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Should birthday cakes be allowed at school?

Welcome onto this edition of The Ask Prof Noakes Podcast. Brad Brown has a good question regarding birthday cakes for kids. He finds out from Prof Noakes what his view is on kinder gardens and junior schools allowing parents to bring cakes for every child's birthday. Could this be part of a bigger problem? Are [...]

By | April 14th, 2017|

Sleep and Stress – how this affects your health

Welcome to this edition of The Ask Prof Noakes Podcast. Today, Brad Brown discusses a question with Prof Noakes, something that affects us all at some stage, regarding sleep and stress. Everything works together when staying healthy. Nothing works in isolation. A listener wants to know what effect does sleep quality have on insulin metabolism [...]

By | April 12th, 2017|

Sugar-free drinks and Insulin – how they work together

Welcome to today’s edition of The Ask Prof Noakes Podcast. We've spoken about sugar and sugary drinks a lot on the podcast. Also, we’ve chatted about diet sugar-free drinks, the fizzy drinks. Brad Brown finds out from Prof Noakes if there is an insulin response when drinking sugar free fizzy drinks? If you would like to [...]

By | April 10th, 2017|

In Ketosis vs fat adapted – What’s the difference?

Welcome onto this edition of The Ask Prof Noakes Podcast. Today Brad Brown discusses with Prof. Noakes, the question of  being in ketosis and being fully fat adapted. Is there a difference or is it the same thing? Prof. Noakes sheds some light on this interesting question. Listen to this podcast to find out how you [...]

By | April 7th, 2017|

Get creative with alternatives to expensive Banting products

Welcome onto this edition of The Ask Prof Noakes Podcast. Brad Brown has a fabulous question for Prof Noakes today. Les wants to know why are the banting products on sale so expensive. She's a pensioner and can't afford the Banting products that they sell. There is knowledge that the Noakes Foundation is working on [...]

By | April 5th, 2017|

Arteries and calcium buildup

On this edition of the Ask Prof Noakes Podcast, Brad Brown chats to Prof Noakes about a question submitted by Jerome. He wants to know whether there is a way one can be on the lookout for signs of calcium buildup in your arteries. Jerome recently completed 10km in 58 minutes thanks to LCHF. He also [...]

By | March 22nd, 2017|

Breakfast – how necessary is it really?

Welcome onto another edition of the Ask Prof Noakes Podcast. Today Brad Brown has an interesting question for Prof Noakes.  We find out if breakfast is the most important meal of the day. How necessary is breakfast really? What are the pros and cons of eating or not eating breakfast? If you would like to [...]

By | March 20th, 2017|

Can a dietary change cause hair loss?

On this edition of the Prof Noakes Podcast, Brad Brown chats to Prof Noakes regarding an interesting question. Dorothy says she's been banting for just over a year now and loves the lifestyle. However, she's experienced hair loss and wondering if a dietary change could affect the thyroid?  She was following the blood group diet but [...]

By | March 15th, 2017|

The relationship between insulin resistance and gut biome

Today on The Prof Noakes Podcast edition, Brad Brown finds out from the Professor what the latest research on gut biome and insulin resistance is. Prof. Noakes shares this exciting area with us and reveals that although gut biome may be a major factor in insulin resistance, we don't have data to support that yet. With [...]

By | March 8th, 2017|

Good Cholesterol vs Bad Cholesterol – what does it really mean?

On this edition of The Prof Noakes Podcast, we briefly look at what the purpose of the Noakes Foundation is and learn how they are trying to change nutrition and dietetics teaching around the world to become evidence based, as well as looking at the reversibility of Type 2 Diabetes. Brad Brown also chats to [...]

By | March 6th, 2017|
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