Sigma Nutrition Radio
Summary: Sigma Nutrition Radio provides unbiased, evidence-based information on nutrition and related areas through interviews with academic researchers, world-class coaches and athletes.
SNR #204: Greg Nuckols - Research Breakdown: Concurrent Training & Fat Free Mass Index
SNR #203: Arthur Lynch - FFM for Strength & HMB vs. Leucine
SNR #202: Andrea Valdez: Insights About Coaching, Training & the Fitness Industry
SNR #201: Eric Helms - Anabolic Sensitivity & High-Protein Bulking [Research Breakdown]
SNR #200: Saturated Fat Panel Discussion - Nadolsky, Guyenet, Masterjohn & Dieter
SNR #199: Ciaran Fairman - Exercise-Oncology: Effects of Exercise in Cancer Treatment & Survivorship
SNR #198: Richard Nikoley - Ketosis: A Call For for Context & Sanity
SNR #197: Kyle Mamounis, PhD - Fatty Acid Metabolism & Implications for Health
SNR #196: Rob Wildman, PhD - Nutrient Timing & the 24-Hour Approach to Workout Nutrition
SNR #195: Brendan Egan, PhD - Exogenous Ketone Supplementation
SNR #194: Daniel Davey - Applied Performance Nutrition for Team Field Sports
SNR #193: Lyle McDonald - Nutrient Partitioning & Fuel Utilization
Dr Shona Halson is the Senior Recovery Physiologist at the Australian Institute of Sport and an Associate Editor of the International Journal of Sports Physiology and Performance. Her work involves providing athletes with advice and assistance to minimise fatigue and maximise recovery, she is responsible for conducting applied research to evaluate techniques to reduce fatigue and increase recovery.
SNR #191: How to Build a Career in Nutrition Coaching
Mike Israetel, PhD discusses the relative importance of carbohydrates for strength athletes, planning nutrition periodization for strength athletes and how to structure mesocycles for strength gain.