Question and Answer with Elisabeth Akinwale

19 Mar

Elisabeth Akinwale

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Time Stamps for the Video:

01:05 Elisabeth introduces herself, briefly details her career, learning to Eat To Perform, Paleo

05:10 (Elisabeth’s mic cuts out)

05:30 Interview recommences.  Elisabeth talks about leaning out on Paleo, cheating on “almond butter, an apple and diet soda” and “newbie gains”

09:40 Feeling “depleted on a regular basis”, adding fats through clean foods, Vikings or Bears, and “opening the floodgate” to replenish carbohydrate stores

13:35 Carb Back-loading and how it isn’t about eating doughnuts and turnovers, using carbs to speed up your metabolism, altering “The Zone Diet” for performance

16:20 Talking about SPN “Sweet Potato Recovery Fuel” and satiation

18:25 Elisabeth talks about Paleo, Rich Froning’s cookie strategy, and the challenges of being a parent as well as a high-performing athlete

22:30 The differences between male and female athletes, eating on training days, nutrition snobs, and how everyone is different

25:45 Paul talks about an upcoming article about his pizza strategy, inflammation, intuitive eating, and carb/fat cycling, differences between men and women when considering carbohydrate intake

30:50 Elisabeth talks about the cultural perspective of underfeeding for women, how some people wear calorie deprivation as a “badge of honor” and simple dietary modifications to increase calories

32:20 “The Cinnamon Roll Challenge”, losing weight by eating more, the success of Eat To Perform

34:10 Competition day nutrition, the advantages of liquid nutrition, late-night eating and flexible meal timing

38:25 Intermittent fasting, skipping breakfast and intraday hormone optimization, how any diet be harmful if done wrong

41:20 biochemical individuality, aging, being open-minded and continuously adapting your nutrition strategy and the wrap-up

3 Responses to “Question and Answer with Elisabeth Akinwale”

  1. Alexandra March 19, 2013 at 6:48 pm #

    That was great. Thank you. I watched the rest after getting booted off.

  2. markus March 20, 2013 at 4:47 pm #

    AWESOME…I’m learning more and more everyday from these posts!

  3. Kris March 28, 2013 at 11:59 am #

    Awesome video mate!! Learning the whole time, The paleo and zone diet has always been a grey area for me and all my clients but you have just nailed it for me in terms of women and men diffrences! Good job! 🙂

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