In this podcast I got to chat with Colin Stuckert, the founder and CEO of Wild Foods, about his journey to the Carnivore Diet. From their I picked his brain about what he did to build Wild Foods from the ground up including how he got his idea for the company, how he went from $0 to $1M in revenue, and how he built a brand that has lasted in a competitive market. If you are an entrepreneur, builder, hustler, or creator, I think you'll take home some gems in this podcast.
In this episode of Kevin Stock Radio, I read the "audiobook" version of the popular article "High Protein Diets." --> https://www.kevinstock.io/health/high-protein-diets/
In Part 1, I discuss the biggest fears around high protein (high meat) diets including gluconeogenesis (GNG), Gout, Kidney and Bone Health and Longevity.
Then in Part 2, I discuss how much protein we should eat, it's role in fat loss and muscle building, and the differences between plant and meat proteins, raw vs cook meat, and more!
I got to chat with Dr. Paul Saladino about his new book, The Carnivore Code, as well a number of other carnivore topics like: "nose-to-tail" vs "muscle meat" carnivore (and deficiency risks), macros (and if I'm pushing the limits of human physiology and protein consumption), his appearance on The Doctors TV show, ferritin, the environment, and what he's going to be doing in 6 months. It was one of the most informative, real conversations I've had about carnivore and publicly talking about health/nutrition.
Dr. Shawn Baker and I discuss his new book "The Carnivore Diet" as well as some of the most hotly debated topics around the Carnivore Diet including:
How does the Carnivore Diet work with training, workouts, anaerobic activity, recovery, strength, power, and body composition?
What about organ meats and micronutrients?
Should I supplement?
Get the details here.
In this episode of Kevin Stock Radio, I got to chat with Scott Myslinski who is the host of the CarnioreCast podcast. Having interviewed many brilliant minds, Scott has accumulated a wealth of knowledge. And I wanted to do a "meta-analysis" review of his learnings. While we did explore the highlights from some of his podcast guests, his personal n=1 experiments stole the show. From eating with 40g of sodium/day to experimenting with 300g of carbs/day Scott has a lot of experience that he graciously shares in this episode.
In this episode of Kevin Stock Radio, I read the "audiobook" version of the popular article "Carbohydrates and the Carnivore Diet" (https://www.kevinstock.io/health/carbohydrates-and-the-carnivore-diet/)
In this episode of Kevin Stock Radio, I sit down with the Strong Sistas, Sarah and Ashley Armstrong, and discuss their Carnivore Diet journey and all things health including the role carbohydrates in their diets.
Sleep is the most under-utilized tool for enhancing performance in life - whether mental or physical. It's also perhaps the most crucial to optimizing health. In this episode we talk about the 3 Steps getting your best sleep.
This is the second episode in "Mini-Season 2" of Kevin Stock Radio, specifically dedicated to the Carnivore Diet.
When most people think of endurance training they think marathons. In this episode I chatted with Zach Bitter who is an ultramarathoner, holding the American World Record in the 100 mile race.
Not only can Zach do the equivalent of 4 straight marathons at a Boston Marathon qualifying pace, he does this by being fueled almost entirely on meat.
Tune in to see how meat (not carbs) power a World Record holding endurance athlete.
This is the first episode in "Mini-Season 2" of Kevin Stock Radio.
In this mini-season we're talking all about the Carnivore Diet.
When most people think of a diet, fat-loss comes to mind. In this episode we discuss a side effect of diet that goes beyond what you can see on the outside and how food can influence mental health.
This episode is a story.
A story dedicated to the dreamers.
This is for the believers.
This is for the difference makers who dare to cause a raucous and challenge the status quo.
This is for the outliers who risk imagining, exploring, and creating.
This is for the bold, the inventors, the achievers; those who pick themselves.
This is for the unconventional, the non-conformists; those courageous enough to stand on the other side of the majority.
This is for the remarkable.
This is for you, the engine, the power, the force that carries the world forward.
This is for you who are unapologetically – You.
For the few people who dare to step up to the plate, dare to swing, dare to miss - an unseen consequence is "laying down invisible dots." At the time you can't see how these dots can ever connect, but they do and they will - if you keep swinging.
This episode is about laying down dots and creating your future.