Growing up playing hockey on a boy's team, Jackquie Pierri has never been one to shy away from chasing her goals, even if others try to stand in her way.
In today's episode, Matt Tullman chats with Jackie about how — despite initial pushback — she has proven to her team and community that you can thrive as a plant-based professional hockey player.
As type 1 diabetics, Cyrus Khambatta and Robby Barbaro have an immediate understanding of how foods impact blood sugar levels. And what they've discovered through their own experiences and studies has led them to dedicate their lives to helping people master blood sugar for optimal health.
In today's episode, Matt and Doug chat with Robby and Cyrus as they break down exactly what athletes, health nuts, and pre-diabetics should understand about the relationship between food and blood sugar for short-term gains and long-term health.
They share their stoplight approach to foods, post-workout meals, commonly misunderstood foods, and more.
If there's one thing most of us fear, it's cognitive decline and Alzheimer's disease. So what can we do to prevent it?
In today's episode, Matt Tullman speaks to Dr. Dean Sherzai, a behavioral neuroscientist, on the lifestyle changes you can make to support long-term brain health and help prevent chronic cognitive issues.
If you had a blueprint for going vegan, what would it look like?
In today's episode, Matt and Doug chat with Pamela Fergusson, RD, PhD, about everything from amino acids and visible protein, to whether the vegan diet is truly as healthy as people claim.
What role does nutrition play in medical school? For 4th year medical student, Muzammil Ahmad, not enough. In today's episode, Doug chats with Muzammil about his mission to correct some of the outdated information taught about the plant-based diet in medical school, and highlight nutrition as a critical prevention tool.