Dr. Anthony Gustin (founder and CEO of Perfect Keto) believes the natural state of an organism is health. In this podcast he explores how we can reclaim our health. The Natural State features interviews with health and nutrition influencers, world-class thought leaders, and industry experts. With exclusive content that breaks down complex ideas to make them simple and digestible. We cover topics like ketosis for weight loss, intermittent fasting, low carb and ketogenic diets, nutrition, healing chronic conditions and hormones.
Have you heard of red light therapy? Wondering if there’s any truth, backed by science, to prove its legitimacy? We’ll explore everything you need to know in this podcast episode with Joovv co-founder Scott Nelson.
Join Alex Cunningham and Dr. Anthony Gustin as they answer some more of the most common keto questions. They’ll chat about how much sun exposure is too much, going into and out of ketosis, carnivore vs keto, and more.
Do exogenous ketones or MCT oil stop fat burning? Is keto a possibility for wine lovers and drinkers? Is it bad for you to keep going in and out of ketosis? We’ll tackle these top keto questions and more in this podcast episode.
Dr. Anthony Gustin invites keto expert Chris Irvin back to the show to uncover the exact strategies you need to bust through a keto plateau. You’ll also learn the telltale signs of one and why plateaus are bound to happen on your keto journey.
With so much emphasis on macronutrients, many people often miss out on important micronutrients, which is a huge mistake. Find out why these are just as essential on keto in this episode with Chris Masterjohn, PhD, a former assistant professor of Health and Nutrition Sciences at Brooklyn College turned entrepreneur.
Dr. Jesse Chappus and his wife Marni Wasserman talk about their health journey, what brought them together, how to create an emotional support system for your health and well-being, and what it takes to run an online health business together.
Author, entrepreneur and keto expert Craig Emmerich explains how to formulate your ketogenic diet for optimal weight loss results, how to get over plateaus, make keto healthy, and avoid common mistakes.
Nora Gedgaudas, a board-certified nutritional consultant, neurofeedback specialist and expert in primal eating explains the key nutrients we need for optimal health and the best food sources to get them from.
Sports nutritionist and founder of The Natural Nutritionist Steph Lowe explains how you can use a low carb, high fat ketogenic diet to increase your athletic performance, optimize your metabolism, and reduce inflammation.
Tweaking your lifestyle with biohacks (small but significant healthy habits) can upgrade your health and performance. Tony Wrighton breaks down game-changing biohacks for improving your energy, sleep, stress, gut health, relationships, and more.
Mainstream nutrition advice gets a lot of things wrong, including our relationship with food. Chris Dufey explains why having a healthy relationship with our food is necessary for optimal well-being and how to develop one.
Insulin sensitivity is essential for optimal health, yet most people don’t even know how to track it. Dr. Brian Lenzkes explains why it’s so important and how to optimize it. Meanwhile Rachel Gregory, who published the first human trial about the effects of keto on CrossFit, breaks down how a ketogenic diet can improve workout performance and recovery.
If you struggle with acne, gut issues, and fatigue, a high fat diet can help. In today's episode, famous personal trainer and serial entrepreneur Emily Schromm explains how she used the paleo and ketogenic diet to heal herself.
In the early 2000s, Jimmy Moore weighed over 400 pounds, struggled with high cholesterol, high blood pressure, and wheezing, and consumed 16 cans of sugary soda and 1700 grams of carbohydrates per day...
Until he stumbled across the low carb Atkins diet in 2004.
Jimmy lost 100 pounds in the first 100 days of the low carb, high fat diet, came off cholesterol and blood pressure medication, and fixed his nutrition. He's never looked back.
Ever wonder how eating a low carb ketogenic diet can affect longevity?
Ryan Lowery, the co-author of The Ketogenic Bible: The Authoritative Guide to Ketosis and the President of the Applied Science and Performance Institute did the research to answer that question and more.
In this chat, we're talking about how ketosis can promote peak performance (not just athletic) and brain function, as well as longevity.