Weight Loss

TMHS 222: The History Of Sugar: Sex, Drugs, And Entertainment

Pretty please with sugar on top. Who could resist a request like that? Sugar does, indeed, make everything sweeter. Whether it’s a cake, a cup of coffee, or a deal brokered by a 5-year old, when sugar is added to the mix, things can become irresistible. I’ve loved sugar as far back as I can Read More

TMHS 211: The Great Cardio Myth – With Craig Ballantyne

If I had a dollar for every time I’ve heard a professor, a trainer, a coach, a well-meaning gym buddy, a special news report, or a random passerby say that you need to do more cardio to burn more fat, I’d have Scrooge McDuck level cash in my account. If so many people say it, Read More

TMHS 177: Metabolic Multitasking, Spot-Treating Fat, And The Laws Of Fat Loss – With Dr. Jade Teta

How can a society with access to infinite information struggle so mightily with an issue like weight loss? I think that one major reason is that knowledge of the body and how it works is advertised to be complex and difficult to understand. We, as a society, are led to believe that our own bodies Read More

TMHS 174: Good Sleep Nutrients And The Gut-Brain-Sleep Connection

There are tons of great tips out there making waves for improving your sleep quality. Many of these tips are life-changing. But for some people, sleeping in a cooler, darker, tech-free room, might not be enough. I have to say, I was absolutely floored when I found out just how much our gut health impacts Read More

TMHS 161: Creating Health Transformations And The Power Of Juicing – With Drew Canole

What separates those who lead lives of great success, and those who lead lives of great struggle, are things that are so small that you can likely write them all on a tiny post-it note. Success starts with ritual. It’s the things you do consistently, not every now and then, that tells the real tale Read More