February 17, 2009
In this February 17, 2009 free audio podcast, I interview Joe Stout about some very interesting properties of goat's milk that make it much, much different than cow's milk. During the discussion, Joe includes information on five compelling reasons to think a bit more about adding goat's milk into a diet for lean muscle, fat loss, or sports performance. Included in this talk:
1. The difference in allergic reactions between goat's milk and cow's milk, and why the difference exists.
2. What happens to cow's milk during homogenization that might make it especially dangerous for athletes and people worried about cancer.
3. Why the body absorbs goat's milk protein at a much, much faster rate than cow's milk protein.
4. What causes lactose intolerance, and why this rarely happens with goat's milk.
5. Why goat's milk “matches up” to the human body better than cow's milk.
6. Where you can get goat's milk if you don't have access to a raw, local source. Just click here.
If you listened to Podcast Episode #16, you heard my previous interview with Joe. Joe received his Bachelors of Science degree in Human Nutrition and Food Science from Washington State University, where his coursework included Organic Chemistry, Inorganic Chemistry, Physiology, Anatomy, Biochemistry, Physiological Nutrition, Life Cycle Nutrition, Microbiology, Medical Nutrition Therapy, Clinical Nutrition Therapy, and Intermediary Nutritional Metabolism as well as many others. He is currently in the research field pursuing a Masters Degree in Clinical Human Nutrition studying among other things, Pathophysiologic Basis of Metabolic Diseases, Biochemistry of Nutrition, Clinical Biochemistry, Nutritional Therapeutics, and Evidence Based Nutrition. Joe is the editor of The High Road to Health newsletter, and he can be reached at[email protected]
Also In This Podcast:
-Link to Ben Greenfield's Training Blog
-Link to the powdered goat milk from Mt. Capra
Calendar of Events:
Saturday, May 9 – Thursday, May 14, 2009: The Critical Speed Coeur D' Alene Triathlon Camp – Come train on the Ironman Coeur D'Alene course for 4 days. The timing of this camp, just six weeks out from race day, cannot be better for those training for Ironman CdA. Race strategy, nutriton lectures, physiology testing, biomechanical analysis, and much, much more from American and Canadian coaches, physicians, and sports scientists.
Sunday, February 22nd: “Pill Poppin' With Ben – LIVE ONLINE TV SHOW AND Q&A”
In this FREE live video Q&A, Ben Greenfield will demonstrate to the audience the exact pills and dietary supplements that he takes on a daily basis. He'll explain how they work, what they do, and whether or not they would be recommended for your needs. Followed by a comprehensive Q&A where you can ask your personal questions about nutritional supplements. On February 22nd, Sunday, at 6pm Pacific time, you can click here to participate in this special program.
Tuesday, February 24: “Can Exercise Give You a Heart Attack?” – Exercise can decrease your risk of heart attack and cardiovascular disease, but it can also be risky if you don’t know what you’re doing. Whether your personal heart disease risk is purely genetic, or due to poor dietary and physical habits, you’ll discover from Ben Greenfield how to take the guesswork out of exercising for heart health, and learn how to stay safe during physical activity. 6-7pm at Pilgrim's Health Education Center in Coeur D' Alene, Idaho.
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That's all for this episode! In the future, we have upcoming episodes on maximizing swim performance, a fat burning fitness secrets seminar, and a featured podcast with Lance Armstrong's personal physical therapist…
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