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27
MAR
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 herself on a challenge to drop all dairy products and sweeteners and lost 4kg in the first 2 weeks and another 2.5 in the following 2 weeks. Diane never dreamt she could live without those foods. Her arthritic thumbs are no longer painful and no longer suffers with fibromyalgia. Her energy levels have also increased. Due to no longer having dairy, does Diane need to supplement with calcium and vitamin D?
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24
MAR
2017

More carbs or more fat to stop weight loss?

On this edition of the Ask Prof Noakes Podcast, Brad Brown has a question from Driekie. She wants to know how to stop weight loss. Being active and cycling 4 days a week, she's feeling concerned about losing much more weight. She really gets hungry and has been eating more carbs to prevent that. However, there is some concern that extra carbs will affect her energy levels. Prof Noakes comments on what she can do and what she should eat to prevent further weight loss and avoid the hunger. Find out on this podcast what the most addictive fat is that will sort out Driekie's problem.
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22
MAR
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 listened to a talk on minimal training given by Prof Noakes,which he found very informative. Jerome eats himself fit and his diet consists of 3 eggs during the day. 2 for breakfast with a tomato and coffee. Lunch will be the previous night's supper which is protein and veggies. He rounds it off at about 3pm with some double cream yoghurt and a banana, but sometimes he changes that up. He wants to know if there is a way to look out for signs if you have calcium buildup in your arteries or do you need to have tests done? Should you be worried about the calcium buildup if you are on LCHF.
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20
MAR
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?
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17
MAR
2017

Will dietary guidelines fall away in the future?

Welcome to yet another edition of the Ask Prof Noakes Podcast, another great question in today. Brad Brown chats to Prof Noakes about today's question which has got to do with government dietary guidelines. A few days ago Prof Noakes was talking about the hearing that he's been involved in, and today someone is asking if it is possible to predict the way government dietary guidelines is going to go? With the power and pervasiveness of the internet, will dietary guidelines become irrelevant in the future? You need to hear this.
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15
MAR
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 finds that the foods she increased for the banting diet, like cauliflower, avo more eggs than before and pork, are listed as being possibly bad for the type O-group people because they induce hypothyroidism. Is that fact, and what can she do to replace these foods? She also wants to know what can be done for her hair loss? Go to the Banting Facebook page to find out if other banters have experienced the same problem https://www.facebook.com/groups/Banting7DayMealPlans/ .
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13
MAR
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 protein status affect bone health? Prof. Tim Noakes goes into detail of why a low protein diet could be a problem.
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10
MAR
2017

Is it too late to start the LCHF diet just before a Cycle Tour?

On this edition of The Prof Noakes Podcast, we have a question in from a cyclist wanting to know if it is too late to change your diet to LCHF. Brad Brown finds out from Prof Noakes what the ideal time period is to make changes in your diet before embarking on the Cape Town Cycle Tour. We also chat about what can be done to stop the misinformation worldwide around dietary advice and information which is not scientifically based, but put out to the public.
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08
MAR
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 there being a strong relationship between gut biome and the level of insulin resistance, it still has to be shown how we can change it.
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06
MAR
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 Prof Noakes regarding the age old question of Cholesterol. We find out what it really means when your LDL cholesterol is high and if this is due to hereditary genes, and if so, is this a bad thing for your health? Does this mean you need to have an EKG test or other tests done? If your good cholesterol is good and your healthy fat diet isn't causing your bad cholesterol to be high, is it vital that you go onto statins?
13
FEB
2017

What is the risk in taking carbs once fat adapted?

On this edition of The Prof Noakes Podcast, James Preston chats to Prof Noakes regarding a question submitted by Robin Beetge. Robin would like to know what the risk is of a negative glycaemic response of eating or drinking high carb glycaemic foods during a race from the tables for example, once fat adapted. Particularly running ultra trails where there may be dependency on sugary foods at water tables. Whilst adapting to LCHF, is running on little more than a handful of nuts and some salami for 3 or 4 hours sufficient or do you need carbs to get you through?
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10
FEB
2017

Do statins prevent arterial heart disease?

On today's edition of The Prof Noakes Podcast, we probe a question from one of our listeners who have had good blood results and has been advised that he needs to start on statin medication for a 6 month period. James Preston chats to Prof Noakes about the harmful side effects of statins and cholesterol. We find out what it is that causes cholesterol in the arteries and the risk of becoming a candidate for a heart attack or stroke.
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