Monthly Archives: January 2017

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Prof Noakes HPCSA deposition – Part 35

In Part 35 of the HPCSA hearing Prof Noakes talks about Ketosis in Infants & Adults:   https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vKI39cojExE

January 18th, 2017|

Adrenal Fatigue – Is this a physical or emotional condition?

On this episode of the Ask Prof Noakes Podcast James Preston chats to Professor Tim Noakes about Adrenal Fatigue.  Prof Noakes explains that there could be many factors influencing poor recovery and weight gain.  He suggests to examine things like stress levels, sufficient sleep and exercise and reminds us that fatigue is used as a [...]

January 18th, 2017|

The lethal combination causing Type II Diabetes

On this episode of the Ask Prof Noakes Podcast we have an interesting question from Yusuf Minty regarding the explosion of Type II Diabetes in the Indian population. James Preston chats to Prof Tim Noakes to find out what could be the problem causing this epidemic. If you would like to subscribe to the podcast in iTunes, [...]

January 16th, 2017|

Carbohydrates and running – Do you need them?

On this episode of the Ask Prof Noakes Podcast James chats to Professor Tim Noakes about the role of carbohydrates when running if you follow an LCHF Diet. The pair also discuss whether or not your heart rate has anything to do with whether or not you burn fat or carbohydrates when running. If you [...]

January 13th, 2017|

Is fat causing your weight loss plateau on the LCHF diet?

James Preston gets to ask Prof Tim Noakes Shirley Eveleigh’s question on the Ask Prof Noakes Podcast today. Shirley wanted to know if it is possible to eat too much fat on the LCHF diet. Prof Noakes thinks in this case, fat might not be the problem. If you would like to subscribe to the [...]

January 10th, 2017|

Nutrition Myths Debunked – Sugar is bad for you, but only because it contains empty calories

January 10th, 2017|

Does the human brain need carbohydrates to function optimally?

On this edition of the Ask Prof Noakes Podcast, James Preston chats to Prof Tim Noakes about the role of carbohydrates when it comes to brain function in human beings. If you would like to subscribe to the podcast in iTunes, simply click here. Content hosted by iono.fm

January 9th, 2017|

Nutrition Myths Debunked – Red meat is unhealthy and should only be eaten in moderation

January 9th, 2017|
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