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Mind Pump on Protein Cycling & Carbs in Context

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Published on Dec 2, 2017

Mind Pump's Adam Schafer and Sal Di Stefano dropped some serious knowledge about why variation in your nutrition and workouts is key to health and aesthetics.


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06:19 Professional body builders, physique pros and women’s bikini athletes very often have disorders. These are often the models you see on magazine covers.
07:52 If you look at food and say “That’s going to make me fat” or “make me skinny” or you cannot part with some kind of food or beverage for your health, that is a poor relationship with food.
14:18 Adam uses a cyclical ketogenic diet. It is a low carb diet with intermittent high carb days.
16:28 Our ancestors had varied diets: high carb, high fat, vegan, or high protein. They ate seasonally. If you eat something in a particular way for a long period, your body becomes desensitized to it, as with insulin resistance/carbs.
20:32 Adam’s first step in teaching a client about nutrition is to have him/her track with they eat. Elimination diet can be illustrative.
25:49 When we fast, we have an increase in cell apoptosis, naturally occurring programmed cell death and stimulates stem cells. With the reintroduction of food, new cells are built.
27:05 The overconsumption of protein may be as bad as the overconsumption of carbohydrates.
29:26 The average American is sedentary, moving less than 4,000 steps a day.
30:26 Gut health and the microbiome impact how you think. Chemicals found in foods were not tested for how they impact the microbiome.
31:53 When you are in optimal health, your body that will be most resilient and adaptive. Building muscle and burning body fat are forms of adaptation that happen because of a stressor.
34:18 Don’t lose weight to become healthy. Become healthy to lose weight.
35:44 Sal and Adam found when fasting, they found that they did not lose muscle, they felt better and, when they did eat, they built more muscle.
43:49 Resistance training signals your body that it is okay to burn more calories a rest. You teach your body to prioritize muscle tissue, mitochondrial density, strength and performance.
47:06 Our ancestors were in and out of ketosis all the time because of fasting caused by an inconsistent food supply. Without occasional ketosis long term, we experience desensitization to insulin and oxidative stress.
48:07 For long low intensity endurance activities ketosis is superior. Even a lean athlete will store 30,000 calories in the form of fats and ketones and at most 6,000 calories of glycogen.

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