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A Podcast Designed to Bridge the Gap Between Macros, Metabolism, and Functional Medicine. Here we focus on translating complex concepts into leverage for your health, fitness, and nutrition goals with a special emphasis on content for coaches & health professionals. Sam Miller is a best-selling author in the field of nutrition and metabolism has more than 15 years of experience as a health, fitness, and nutrition coach. His programs help coaches and health professionals improve their clients ...
 
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Through the recent rise of meatless diets, much can be potentially left out of these diet styles from a macronutrient but especially micronutrient standpoint that needs to be talked about and addressed for optimal health. We'll take a look at a very recent 2023 study examining possible associations between meatless diets and depressive episodes and…
 
We hope you're enjoying this series of the top 5 coaching concerns to watch in 2023! Today's installment is gut and microbiome focused as we examine stress and gut issues, circadian rhythms, medication use, and much more. Topics include: - Top 5 Gut Health Considerations - Overview of Today’s Episode - Life Stressors and Gut Issues - Circadian Rhyt…
 
Continuing our top 5 coaching concerns to watch in 2023 series, I wanted to cover a highly requested area and that is adrenal health. We'll discuss the role of stress on the body, acute vs chronic stress, other types of stress considerations, and so much more. Topics include: - Top 5 Adrenal Health Considerations - Why Stressors Have Evolved Over T…
 
Macronutrients are obviously a critical part of optimizing your health but there's a next level that doesn't get enough attention. In this episode, I want to explain micronutrients and why they are a vehicle for energy. I'll talk about some specific food examples and how to think about food in a new way. Topics include: - How to Think About Food - …
 
As online fitness coaches, it's essential to understand the common obstacles that you or your clients may face during their fat loss phase. In this episode, I dive into the 8 most unfortunate but important truths about fat loss, such as hunger, metabolic adaptation and more. Listen in to gain valuable insights and expert tips to help your clients o…
 
Continuing our top 5 concerns to watch in 2023, I wanted to cover a very popular realm in the health, fitness, and nutrition space and that is reproductive health. Not only are reproductive hormones responsible for continuing the human race but they also contribute to quality of life, muscle building, and much more. While there's more than 5, I wan…
 
Starting a new ongoing series in 2023 all around what I believe are the top 5 coaching concerns in different areas of hormones, metabolism, and potentially business. My hope is these top 5 concerns allow for clarity when learning about different topics within metabolism and that you are armed to be the best in-demand coach you can be. Topics for to…
 
In this episode, we dive into the role of digestion and take a closer look at the stomach and its crucial role in the digestive process. We'll explore the mechanics of digestion and the chemical reactions that break down our food, as well as discuss some of the common issues that can arise, like H. Pylori. We'll also talk about how the stomach play…
 
It's the beginning of the year which means weight loss resolutions for many individuals but when is eating less not the answer? If you're an avid listener to the show, you probably know some scenarios where this is the case and I want to remind you today of the importance of true individualized coaching. We'll talk inflammation, micronutrient consi…
 
We all know the flaws that exist when it comes to the western medicine paradigm but instead of calling it out with no action, I want to provide some perspective and potential solutions in this episode. I want to share the importance of preventive health, why lab work is a small investment compared to what could potentially come up down the road if …
 
I was fortunate enough to recently join a long time friend Joseph Sheehey on his podcast, "The Cured Collective" to discuss all things Metabolism Made Simple. Not only do we discuss the process of writing the book and everything that went into it but also share some of the science of metabolism and why I wrote the book. Topics include: - The Proces…
 
Do you or your clients feel like you're doing everything for your sleep including blue light blockers but still struggling with sleep? There are a few reasons for this I want to cover today that are not talked about a lot. I want to review circadian rhythms, how screen time affects sleep quality, GABA signaling, and more. Topics include: - Importan…
 
Today's episode might be a new topic for you so I'm excited that you've heard it here first! Neurosteroids are produced in the brain after local synthesis or by conversion of peripherally-derived adrenal steroids or gonadal steroids. They accumulate especially in myelinating glial cells, from cholesterol or steroidal precursors imported from periph…
 
Do you feel stuck in the middle of not being quite as productive as you want and never feeling at peace? I want to share a perspective building episode all around these two concepts, the dichotomy they present, and share some tips on productivity and limiting distractions. Topics include: - Are Peace and Productivity At Opposite Poles? - Recent Tip…
 
We know how important digestion and gut health are to optimal health and successful transformations and one issue many individuals suffer with is acid reflux or gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD for short). I want to breakdown the physiology of this process, explain many lifestyle and other other considerations, how this coincides with h. pylor…
 
Perspective building episode for you today all around the idea of invisible progress, lagging feedback, and delayed gratification. If you've listened to a few of my more personal development episodes, these terms may sound familiar but, as I returned from a recent event in Nashville, I was reminded of the importance of these concepts and wanted to …
 
Excited to be joined today by one of my FNMS mentees Mauro. Mauro is a former banker turned Founder of Starathletes. He joins me today to discuss his time with Metabolism School and the FNMS program, how his client's benefitted from his expanded skillset and knowledge, and what advice he has for folks on the fence thinking about joining FNMS. Topic…
 
Jam packed episode today covering a popular topic in the health and fitness space: low carb and insulin resistance. I want to share the basis and framework on which this topic was built from and share some of the latest studies and considerations since that time. Topics include: - Low Carb and Insulin Resistance - Dr. Ludwig’s Carb-Insulin Model - …
 
We discuss the "calories in, calories out" camp vs the hormones camp at great length when it comes to fat loss but there are hidden environmental considerations to be aware of as well. I want to discuss some of the major chemicals and toxins our environment possesses that is potentially negatively impacting your health such as BPA and PFOA and how …
 
As we wind down 2022 and look ahead to our lives and businesses in 2023, I wanted to share 23 things for your coaching business in 2023. Most if not all of these are time tested principles and hopefully will set the tone for your best year ever. Topics include: - 23 Things in 2023 - Your Reputation, Compensation, and Problem Solving - Taking Profes…
 
Do you know your ABC's when it comes to your client's journey? Whether you do or not, I'm really excited to share this framework and teach it to you for the first time or remind you of these important aspects of your coaching business. Topics include: - Customer/Client Experience - ABC’s of the Client Journey - Sale to Get a Customer vs Getting a C…
 
We discuss the topic of stress a lot on this show for good reason. This is a large issue in our modern society and one that impacts our physical goals along with reaching our potential physically, mentally, and/or emotionally. I wanted to discuss the role of stress and how cortisol impacts micronutrient status, what specific micronutrients to be aw…
 
Do cooling mattress pad covers actually improve sleep quality? I've received questions on these in the past and recently came across a study I wanted to share on sleep and temperature. Topics include: - Cooling Mattress Pad/Cover - Sleep and Reduction in Body Temperature - Perimenopause and Hot Flashes - 4 Stages of Sleep - Avoiding Eating Before B…
 
I wanted to briefly chat about a few key philosophies and concepts when it comes to coaching, your coaching business, and what I believe are timeless marketing principles that will serve you well. Topics include: - Overview of Distractions - My Enneagram 3 Tendency - Deep Work and The One Thing Resources - My Book Writing Example - Offers and Extra…
 
Wanted to answer a few questions we haven't covered yet on this platform discussing the science of GLP-1, HRT, fertility options and considerations, and more. Topics and questions include: - The Science of GLP-1 - Gluconeogensis - What Concerns Me About GLP-1 Use - HRT, Men, and Fertility - HRT Application Example - Testing and Freezing Sperm Optio…
 
I'm seeing a buzzword being used in the fitness and nutrition industry and many coaches aren't going as deep as they need to be when assessing "root cause" issues with clients. I want to talk about why it's typically a few layers deeper, use inflammation and seed cycling as examples, and more! Topics include: - Recent Popular Buzzword - Defining “R…
 
A popular myth has been cropping up that I wanted to address that involves multiple topics including cortisol, fed vs fasted state physiology, and caffeine consumption. I've seen a lot of advice about consuming carbs before coffee without any nuance or context to the information, so we are going to take a look a few client avatar examples and see w…
 
Two episodes ago, we covered the gut-skin connection and wanted to continue our gut health conversation and talk about the relationship with the liver. I know talking about bile and the gallbladder isn't sexy but these considerations are vital to a successful transformation. Topics include: - Gut-Liver Connection - Other Related Topics and Connecti…
 
You probably know how important your productivity is to the growth of your business but are you aware of all of the distractions when it comes to your day to day work and the structure of your business? I want to share some hidden distractions when it comes to your business and remind you of others so you can head into 2023 on the right foot. Topic…
 
We know the gut plays a vital role in many of our bodily systems and in today's episode, I want to explore the gut-skin axis. We've covered a popular skin and gut health topic in acne before on this platform but I want to explore more considerations in this episode. Topics include: - Gut-Skin Axis - Acne Episode in the Feed - Please Share the Show …
 
If you've ever been curious about FNMS and the experience inside the program with coaches just like you, I have the episode for you today. I want to share 3 of my FNMS student's experiences with the program, how they have benefited from the program and the community, and their advice to you if you're sitting on the fence as they once were. --------…
 
As a continuation to the previous episode discussing satiety, I wanted to cover cravings and look at two methods to be aware of for clients or in your own transformation. These methods are the homostatic and hedonic. I'll break these both down, why it's important to understand, why we must consider the mental and emotional side of nutrition, and mo…
 
Understanding Satiety and satiety signals is critical to the success of a client or your own personal transformation. I want to talk about how satiety acts as a multilayer system, what components exist in that system, and hopefully help you understand it from a new lens. Topics include: - Talking Satiety - Please Share, Rate, and Review - Satiety i…
 
In today's episode, I wanted to discuss the interplay between two important women's health topics in PCOS and autoimmunity. Typically when we discuss autoimmunity, we are referring to Hashimoto's Thyroiditis. There is surprisingly a good amount of overlap between these two subjects and we'll discuss that along with other related topics. Topics incl…
 
Received a few great questions recently I wanted to cover in today's episode that span from metabolism, thyroid health, mentorship, and more. Topics and questions include: - My New Book Metabolism Made Simple - Mental Health and HPA Axis Connection - Thyroid Health, T3, and Gaining Weight - Metabolism School Instagram Account - Bodybuilding Clients…
 
I've had the pleasure of being on Cody's show many, many times (278 according to Cody... seems high) but today we are talking about all things metabolism and my new book Metabolism Made Simple. If you haven't been following along on social, it has become a #1 best seller in 3 different categories and #1 new release in 5 different categories so than…
 
We know that sleep is important but how important is it as a coach when cognitive demands are high? Problem solving takes cognitive abilities that poor sleep just doesn't allow for so I want to set the baseline for what cognitive functions during a good night's sleep entail, explain the different sleep cycles and stages, share consequences of poor …
 
Had the pleasure of joining Lindsay Parker AKA @liftinglindsay on her show The More Than Fitness Podcast. We discuss many topics around metabolism, dieting, metabolic health, and a lot more! Topics include: - Defining “Metabolism” - Addressing Chronic Dieting - Sliding Down to Autoimmune Issues - Big Rocks for Metabolic Health - Going Beyond the Be…
 
Today is the day! Today officially launches my new book Metabolism Made Simple! To celebrate, I wanted to share the introductory chapter of the book and explain what this book is, what it's not, and how long it took to ditch the yogurt and walnuts for lunch Men's Health magazine lifestyle early on in my journey. Topics include: - Metabolism Made Si…
 
I've received a few great questions when it comes to my new book Metabolism Made Simple that officially launches in one day as of the release of this episode. I wanted to share some of the thought process that went into the book along with some behind the scenes commentary I think you'll enjoy. Topics include: - Metabolism Made Simple Releasing Nov…
 
A nice variety of questions submitted by you all around the subjects of supplementation, nutrition, and business specifically when it comes to sales. Topics and questions include: - Creatine with Hyperthyroid? - Stereotypes Around Creatine - Ultimate Guide to Creatine Episode - Helping People After Initial Certification - Solving Problems and Gaini…
 
We are heading into the cold and flu season and there are time tested strategies to help avoid getting sick. No guarantees here obviously but I have 7 helpful strategies to focus on over the next few months to combat flu season but first, I want to explain why sickness is more prevalent during the fall and winter months. Topics include: - 7 Things …
 
We received so much positive feedback on last episode's preview that we wanted to bring you another Metabolism Made Simple preview which will be hitting digital and physical bookshelves on November 1st, 2022. This excerpt is from Chapter 9: Managing Appetite and topics include: - Metabolism Made Simple Preview - Managing Appetite - Protein and Sati…
 
I am more than a little excited about my new book Metabolism Made Simple which will be hitting digital and physical bookshelves on November 1st, 2022 and I wanted to give you a sneak peek into a few select chapters of the book. Today's excerpt comes from chapter 4 and topics include: - Excerpt From Metabolism Made Simple - Chapter 4: More Than a Ca…
 
Did you know that every 3.2 seconds, there's an internet argument going on about whether something is true or not? That statistic is not evidence based but I see it far too much. I want to create some context around being an evidence-based coach, some issues when it comes to research, the hierarchy of research, and more! Topics include: - Evidence-…
 
Overdue for a Q&A episode and wanted to shed some light on some coaching tools and bust a much about the periodized approach vs habit stacking and share why they are not mutually exclusive. Topics include: - Q&A’s on Our Team Page - Please Share, Rate, and Review - Transition Mode Disclaimer - Periodized Approach vs Habit Stacking? - Value from Hea…
 
There's a concept that explains the endocrine system's functionality that I'm excited to share on today's episode and that is the concept of the negative feedback loop. I'll give you a real life example of the in's and out's of this system, discuss some unique considerations, and give you a reminder about the thermostat. Topics include: - Negative …
 
Understanding the anabolism-catabolism spectrum when it comes to metabolism is key in client or your own transformation. I've covered similar topics before including fasted vs fed state but really wanted to look at this through a metabolism lens and show the potential consequences of swinging too far in either direction. Topics include: - Anabolism…
 
The new sexy things coming out like genetics testing and nutrigenomics are easy to market but are they a scam? I was recently chatting in the DM's about genetics and nutrition and wanted to share what I believe should come before genetics testing. Topics include: - Scams in Science - Genetics and Nutrition - In the DM’s - What Should Come Before Ge…
 
If you're an OG listener or follower, back in the day I introduced a framework called the P3 model. One of those P's stands for Perception and I wanted to revisit that, specifically a recent milkshake study with some astounding results. Topics include: - Perception in P3 Model - Belief Effects Study - Please Keep Sharing, Rate, and Review - The Mil…
 
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