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Macronutrient Consumption vs Weight Loss over time while on LCHF

By | October 19th, 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|

Hydration strategy for long runs

On today's edition of The Ask Prof Noakes Podcast, Brad Brown chats to Prof Noakes about athletics and hydration. Alex wants to know how to find the correct hydration strategy on his long runs. He's left feeling drained, with no energy and cramping often on his long runs. He also finds that he perspires profusely. [...]

By | March 31st, 2017|

How stress affects your weight loss efforts

Welcome to this edition of The Ask Prof Noakes Podcast. Today, Brad Brown raises the question of whether stress could be a factor in preventing weight loss. Debbie has been on the LCHF diet for 2 years and has lost 23kg. However, over the last 12 weeks, she hasn't lost a kg or cm. Debbie [...]

By | March 29th, 2017|

Is dairy preventing your weight loss?

Welcome to today's edition of The Ask Prof Noakes Podcast. Brad Brown has an interesting question today from Diane. She has been banting for about 4 years but hadn't lost any weight on the diet. Her blood sugars and cholesterol levels however, did normalise. Was dairy preventing her weight loss? A month ago she put [...]

By | March 27th, 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|

The real deal on protein

On this edition of The Prof Noakes Podcast, Brad Brown gets the low down from Prof. Noakes on the real deal with protein. There is some controversy over whether 1.5g per kg lbm is sufficient or whether o.6g per kg is the correct quantity. We find out if a low protein status affects the immune function and does [...]

By | March 13th, 2017|

The balance of Calories in versus Calories out – does it work?

On this edition of The Prof Noakes Podcast, James asks Prof Noakes about the calories in vs calories out theory no longer applying. He questions if it means that as long as calories are made up from fat and protein, and carbs are below 25g, it doesn't matter if you exceed your recommended calorie intake [...]

By | February 8th, 2017|

Does a high carbohydrate diet prevent gout?

On this edition of The Prof Noakes Podcast, James chats to Prof Noakes about high Uric Acid (Gout) in the blood.  Is prescribed medication for 6 months with a high carbohydrate diet the way to go to prevent outbreaks of gout? We find out here if there is an alternative way to lower uric acid [...]

By | February 3rd, 2017|
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