It’s the Holiday season and time to start fretting about diet and weight gain, right? Not so fast. Healthy diet psychology celebrates and embraces food during the Holidays.
A study published in the European Journal of Applied Physiology in 2017 found that training to failure slows down recovery, supporting the key tenet of recovery emphasized in Hardgainer Solution 2.0.
Scott’s said for years that calorie restriction diets set in motion a metabolic cascade that make a person fatter over the long term. A study published in the New England Journal of Medicine in 2011 comes to a similar conclusion.
Scott makes some high-level observations about health, longevity and integrity following his interview with Dr. Thomas Colin Campbell.
Scott shares personal stories from his bodybuilding past to illustrate techniques the fitness and supplement industries use to create the illusion that their products work.
Scott compares repeated diet failures common with fad dieting to the cycle of unhealthy romantic relationships.
Scott reacts to a recent podcast featuring a debate between plant-based diet advocate Dr. Joel Kahn, and alternative medicine practitioner Chris Kresser who promotes paleo and a line of supplements.
Coach Scott shares the specifics of his own recent medical lab results to demonstrate how his body has responded to a vegan diet.
Best-selling author and nutrition scientist Dr. T. Colin Campbell joins Coach Scott Abel for a conversation about whole food-plant based diet, as well as commentary on the myths, business, and politics of nutrition.
Scott’s clients are frequently asked what they eat to get so lean and stay that way. Their “high-carb diet” answer often surprises people. Scientific research exposes that fat makes you fat, not carbs.