In today’s episode of the ATP Project, the team discusses parasites. A creepy-crawly type of episode that can leave some feeling squeamish, but we are into that kind of thing… They cover off on the types of parasites we can find in nature, in ourselves, and what they can do. Are there some positive parasites, or are they all opportunistic pests? We hope you enjoy it!
In today’s episode of the modern woman’s podcast – the ladies discuss body image, social media comparison, body composition competing on stage, restricted eating, and more. The ladies get personal on their thoughts as well as an inside view of clinical experience across these areas. A great, touching, and personal podcast, and the passion for health and well-being shines through!
In today’s episode of the ATP Project, we have athlete and superstar James Newbury talking… everything! From the most recent Torian Pro event, Bob Sledding and the reach for the upcoming CrossFit games around the corner. We ask James some deeper questions on diet, training, and the one question he wished he got asked more by up-and-coming athletes on sacrifice. A deeply personal and motivating episode, always a pleasure to have James on the show. We hope you enjoy it as much as we did.
In today’s episode – We have our behind-the-scenes artist, director and branding ninja Toni Doidge.
Toni very openly discusses her journey leading up to the founding of ATP Science, and her plans for the future of branding and design for the company, especially with regards to sustainability, and our environmental footprint. A rare and very insightful episode that had everyone in the room with their jaw dropped in some parts.
As always, this information is not designed to diagnose, treat, prevent or cure any condition and is for information purposes only – please discuss any information in this podcast with your health care professional before making any changes to your current lifestyle.
In today’s episode of the ATP Project, the team is revisiting MTHFR with fresh eyes – The genetic polymorphism involved with the breakdown of homocysteine, and the role of our diets in aiding or impeding its function. The team reviews what MTHFR (Methylenetetrahydrofolate Reductase) is, how folic acid vs folate is utilised, and dietary components that can best support the processes involved. We hope you enjoy this episode, it’s jam-packed with crucial information and take-home assets.
In today’s episode of the ATP Project, we have a special guest and long-time friend of ATP Science, Simon Hill from Plant Proof joining us to discuss his long-awaited book; “The Proof is in the Plants”. The team discusses the origins of Simon’s decisions to take a more extensive view on health and nutrition from a traumatic event as a child, to becoming one of the most educated individuals on the topic now as an adult. Simon has dedicated many years of research and discovery to this book and it was an honor to break down the “why” behind everything with him. We are excited to be working with him again, and in the future hope to pick his brain on business concepts for the Raw CEO Podcast too! We hope you enjoy the show!
In today’s episode of the Modern Woman’s Podcast, Nicole and Elizma discuss the topic of ‘healthy aging’. Something many of us at some point raise a concerning eyebrow with, “are we aging with longevity and health in mind?” The ladies cover off dietary lifestyles, genetics, environmental exposure, and the importance of resistance exercise for all ages. Easy and simple things that we often forget and can easily incorporate into good healthy habits for the long term.
In today’s episode of the ATP Project, Steve, and Elizma combine their extensive knowledge and research on genes. Genes don’t have to be your destiny; in this episode the crew cover epigenetics – which is how genes as individuals can be expressed (switched on) or bypassed depending on the environment they are placed in. Through diet, stress, external environment, exercise, drugs, and sleep hygiene, you can alter how your genes function and how you as an individual function optimally too.
In today’s episode of the ATP Project, Nicole and Elizma interview Marty Kendall – an engineer turned nutrition nerd. Marty, for most, comes from a very perplexing background in that he is an engineer by trade; however after his wife was diagnosed with Type 1 diabetes, the numbers he dealt with all day every day became personal and useful in assisting his wife’s health. Over the last 18 years, Marty has excelled in his field with the analytics of diabetes, what works and what doesn’t, and how this changed his wife’s life dramatically. Marty is now a well-renowned author of several books within this niche and continues to bust myths, many on the keto diet front in this industry, with data-driven insights. It’s a great listen and filled with so much rich information.