Episode #460 The BioEnergetic Approach with Jay Feldman

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LESS is MORE With Jay Feldman

Jay Feldman is a health coach, the host of The Energy Balance Podcast, and an independent health researcher with the goal of providing the tools people need to get their energy back. He has degrees in neuroscience and exercise physiology from the University of Miami and decided to forgo medical school after realizing that the conventional medical approach was not the solution to the health problems that so many of us face.  After deep research, Jay realized that cellular energy is the foundation of our health. He now uses a bioenergetic approach to help men and women worldwide maximize their cellular energy, optimize their health, and achieve freedom from low-energy symptoms.

During our discussion, you will discover how endurance athletes can thrive consuming protein, carbs, and fats, the best way to lose body fat, the benefits of carb timing, metabolic flexibility, and how to improve carb metabolism. You will also learn the best biohacking technique to get the best results and the best ways to improve performance longevity. Tune in to learn more on this and other exciting topics!

 

Resources mentioned

Life is Not a Race…It is a Journey

 

Timestamps

[00:38] Jay Feldman’s background information

[13:35] What drives Jay to continue with his research

[17:20] The personalized approach

[19:14] The best way to lose fat

[21:33] The bioenergetic approach

[22:16] Lab tests to improve the conversion of fuel to energy

[23:35] How endurance athletes can consume proteins, fats, and carbs

[29:08] The benefits of carb training

[33:38] Metabolic flexibility

[36:07] How to improve carb metabolism

[40:40] Fasting for the endurance athlete

[45:52] The best way to improve performance longevity

[51:30] The best biohacking technique to get the best results

[58:07] Nutritional ketosis

 

Notable quotes

  • “Eating every three to five hours including carbohydrates, fats, and proteins in all the meals tends to be a good way to balance blood sugar.”
  • “Cellular energy is the foundation of our health.”
  • “As long as you are creating a little bit of stress, your body adapts to it and gets stronger and healthier as a result.”

 

Connect with us

Jay Feldman

Website: https://www.jayfeldmanwellness.com/

LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/jfwellness/about/

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/jayfeldmanwellness/

Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jfwellness/

YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/JayFeldmanWellness

 

Debbie Potts

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