Science & Chill

Science & Chill

Join me in conversation with interesting researchers in the fields of physiology, biology, nutrition, and health sciences.

Episodes

November 28, 2022 81 mins

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My guest on this episode is Dr. Rick Olderman.

Rick Olderman is a sports and orthopedic physical therapist with more than 25 years’ experience that specializes in helping people with chronic pain experience a pain-free life.

Rick has written the popular Fixing You® series of books -- found on Amazon.com -- to help people with chronic pain or injuries. More recently, Rick has created downloadable video home...

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My guest on episode 55 of the podcast is Dr. Joseph Watso.

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Joe is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Nutrition & Integrative Physiology at Florida State University. Joe directs the Cardiovascular & Applied Physiology (CAP) Laboratory which has the mission to advance knowledge on cardiovascular disease prevention and treatment strategies. His research interests include the role of li...

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My guest on episode 54 is Professor Glenn McConell. Glenn is an Emeritus Professor in Exercise Metabolism at Victoria University in Melbourne Australia.

In this episode, we talk about how the body metabolizes fat and carbohydrate during exercise, and how this changes with exercise intensity and duration, glycogen stores in the body, how long they last, and how carbohydrate ingestion during exercise can buffer muscle glycogen and im...

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My guest on episode 53 of the podcast is Dr. John Hogenesch.

John is a professor of pediatrics and chair of the divisions of human genetics, immunobiology, and pulmonary medicine at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center, where his work focuses on the genetics of circadian timing in humans and other mammals.

John and his colleagues are credited with the discovery of the master regular of the circadian clock known as Bmal1, a...

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Hello everyone and welcome to the Science & Chill podcast, I’m your host Brady Holmer.

Last week, I released part one of my two-part interview that I gave on the Run Smarter podcast a few months ago. The Run Smarter podcast is hosted by runner and physiotherapist Brodie Sharpe. He invited me on his podcast to answer some questions related to endurance exercise and cardiovascular health, a topic that I think all of my audience will ...

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My guest on episode 52 of the podcast is Nick Norwitz, PhD.

Nick earned his PhD from Oxford University and is currently a medical student at Harvard University. He's also a self-proclaimed metabolic health enthusiast.

Nick joined me to chat about continuous glucose monitoring (CGM) and, in particular, a new study that he just published on the use of CGM in medical students as part of a pilot project in "metabolic immersion" educati...

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Hello everyone and welcome to the Science & Chill podcast, I’m your host Brady Holmer.

This week and next week’s episode of the podcast will be a bit different. Rather than an original interview, I’m going to release a two-part interview that I gave on the Run Smarter podcast a few months ago. The Run Smarter podcast is hosted by runner and physiotherapist Brodie Sharpe. He invited me on his podcast to answer some questions related...

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My guest on episode 50 of the podcast is Dave Feldman.

Dave Feldman is a Senior Software Engineer and Citizen Scientist. After seeing his cholesterol skyrocket on keto, he began obsessively researching lipidology and through a series of experiments has demonstrated novel data which is now building toward the larger Lipid Energy Model. This concept is now being explored with collaborating researchers and may potentially help explain...

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Episode webpage: https://www.bradyholmer.com/pod/49

My guest on episode 49 of the podcast is Dr. Drew Schwartz. 

Dr. Schwartz is a chiropractor at The Cleveland Clinic, an avid gamer, and is dedicated to educating gamers and deskers alike about how to work or game more ergonomically to improve performance, enhance comfort, and reduce injury and discomfort.

In this episode, we talk about the importance of proper ergonomics and why ...

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My guest on episode 48 of the podcast is Dr. Howard Luks. Dr. Luks is a board-certified orthopedic surgeon, chief of sports medicine and arthroscopy, and assistant professor of orthopedic surgery at New York Medical College. Dr. Luks's focus is on injuries that involve the shoulder, knee, ankle, and elbow. You can find him on Twitter at the handle @hjluks.

In addition to his expertise in sports medicine, Dr. Luks is an avid communi...

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My guest on episode 47 of the podcast is George Georgallides.

George is the founder and CEO of Basis Health. Basis is a company with a drive to transform how we use our wearable data by turning it into a daily action plan. If you have an iPhone, Apple Watch, Fitbit, Oura Ring, or other fitness tracker, Basis is going to really be something you need to check out. A lot of the time, and this is something I’ve experienced myself, we h...

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My guest on episode 46 of the podcast is Dr. Annet Kirabo.

Dr. Kirabo is an Assistant Professor of Medicine in the Division of Clinical Pharmacology in the Department of Medicine at Vanderbilt University Medical Center. She obtained her PhD from the Department of Physiology and Functional Genomics at the University of Florida College of Medicine.

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My guest on episode 45 of the Science & Chill podcast is Ingri Pauline. Ingri is a weightlifting coach, National Strength and Conditioning Association-certified strength and conditioning specialist, and certified nutrition coach. Ingri is unique in that she only works with women, specializing in fitness and nutrition during different transition periods during women’s lives including fertility, pregnancy, postpartum, perimenopause, ...

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My guest today is Dr. Heather Vincent.

Dr. Vincent is the Director of Research and Director of the UF Health Sports Performance Center (SPC) in the Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation (PMR) in Gainesville Florida. She is an active researcher of the health benefits of exercise, using physical activity to prevent injury and fight diseases like obesity and osteoarthritis. She is active at the national level with organiz...

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My guest on this episode is Dr. Brad Stanfield. Dr. Stanfield is a medical doctor trained in New Zealand who has a particular interest in optimizing healthspan and lifespan through the use of nutritional and lifestyle interventions. Dr. Stanfield is also quite the expert in supplements with the potential to enhance healthspan and lifespan and, as you will hear in our conversation, approaches supplementation in an incredibly evidenc...

In this podcast clip from episode 42, Dr. Charles Brenner explains metabolism.

 

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In this podcast clip from episode 42, Dr. Charles Brenner explains biological aging and ponders whether or not we can significantly extend human lifespan.

 

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In this podcast clip from episode 42, Dr. Charles Brenner discusses his criticisms of the aging field and some of the main problems with a recent book about why humans age and they don't have to.

 

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My guest on episode 42 of the podcast is Dr. Charles Brenner

Dr. Brenner is the Alfred E Mann Family Foundation Chair in Diabetes and Cancer Metabolism at City of Hope National Medical Center.  In 2004, Brenner discovered nicotinamide riboside (NR) to be a vital precursor of nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide (NAD+), which is made available by nicotinamide riboside kinases (Nrks) that are conserved between yeast and humans. In 2007,...

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In this Science & Chill podcast clip from episode 41 (Dr. Kieran Clarke and Brian McMahon from deltaG Ketones), Dr. Clarke explains ketosis and describes how the body uses endogenous and exogenous ketones as an energy source.

 

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