Trimming Fat and Keeping Muscle – Podcast Ep. 45

Trimming Fat and Keeping Muscle – Podcast Ep. 45


We’re “Trimming the Fat and Keeping the Muscle” on today’s episode of the Living Healthy Podcast!

On this episode of the Living Healthy Podcast, just in time for Thanksgiving, we learn about trimming or “cutting” the fat after you finish the bulking phase. This is the second part of our “Bulking Up and Trimming Down” series where we talk with Master Trainer Jordan Jones about how to shed the fat but keep the muscle. Have a listen and then subscribe to the show so you can get our new episodes delivered right to your phone when they release.

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Myth Busters: Gym Edition – Ep. 44

Myth Busters: Gym Edition – Ep. 44


Welcome to our Gym Myths episode of the Living Healthy Podcast. 

Today’s episode is all about Busting Gym Myths! Does spot training really work? Is Cardio the best way to burn fat? We talk to Master Trainer Jordan Jones about all sorts of Fitness Myths to find out the answers. Prepare to have your bubble popped on a few. Sorry/You’re Welcome!

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This was recorded pre-pandemic.

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Is Sugar Bad For You? – Podcast Ep. 43

Is Sugar Bad For You? – Podcast Ep. 43


Welcome to the 43rd episode of the Living Healthy Podcast.  

On this week’s episode of the Living Healthy Podcast, we ask Registered Dietitian Debbie James the question “Is sugar bad for you?” This episode was recorded remotely right when the pandemic hit, but we are finally releasing it just in time for Halloween! As we enter the holiday season where sugary treats are all around us, it’s more important than ever to understand how sugar works with your body. On today’s episode, our guest Debbie James answers your burning questions including:

  • “Is Sugar Bad For You?” 
  • “How is Sugar Connected to Diabetes?”
  • “How Much Sugar Should We Include in Our Daily Diet?”

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Timecard Markers – Is Sugar Bad For You? – Podcast Ep. 43

Show Open 

 0:01  

Introduction of RD Debbie James 

0:45 

Is sugar bad for you? 

0:52 

Are there different types of sugar?  

3:03  

Are some sugars healthy for you?  

6:15 

How much sugar should be in your daily diet? 

8:50 

How much sugar for kids? 

11:30  

How many grams of sugar per day?  

12:51 

New Nutrition Label Item: Added Sugar?  

14:02 

How does our body break down and use sugar? 

17:30 

Does our body need sugar?  

18:47 

How is sugar connected to diabetes?  

20:27 

When should you go with a sugar free food or -drink? 

20:11 

Actionable Advice 

25:45 

Outro 

26:55 

 


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Cancer Screening and Prevention – Podcast Ep. 42

Cancer Screening and Prevention – Podcast Ep. 42


WE’RE BACK!!! Welcome to the 42nd episode of the Living Healthy Podcast, presented by LA Fitness. 

On today’s episode of the Living Healthy Podcast, we’re talking about Cancer Screening and Prevention with Dr. Rick Van Etten! Whether you’ve survived cancer, or you’ve known a loved one or friend who hasn’t, most likely cancer has impacted your life in some way. The good news is that we are starting to see and hear more and more stories of survival and with technology and medicine continuing to advance, we gain new allies in the fight every dayBut it is a battle that is ongoing, and one that needs funding and education to continue. So today on the show, we’re going to be talking about what you can do to prevent cancer and why it’s so important to get screened regularly. We’re also going to touch on a very special virtual fundraising event that is coming up on October 3rd – the UCI Anti-Cancer Challenge.  

Visit www.anti-cancerchallenge.org to get involved!

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This podcast should not replace any exercise program or restrictions, any dietary supplements or restrictions, or any other medical recommendations from your primary care physician. Before starting any exercise program or diet, make sure it is approved by your doctor.

Timecard Markers – Cancer Screening and Prevention – Podcast Ep. 42 

COLD OPEN: Back After Pandemic

 0:01 

Show Starts

0:49 

Introduction of Dr. Rick Van Etten 

2:15 

Cancers Impact Every Year

2:40 

What types of cancers are the most prevalent today? 

4:23 

Do genetics contribute to getting cancer?

5:18 

Stages of Cancer: What does stage 1-4 mean? 

11:19 

Chemotherapy and Radiation Explained

16:00 

Why is it important to get screened for cancer regularly?

19:03 

Why is 50 the age we begin screening for cancer?

23:14 

What role does diet and exercise play in cancer prevention?

25:57 

When should people start getting screened?

27:48 

Comprehensive Cancer Center

31:08

UCI Anti-Cancer Challenge Event

35:43 

2020 Virtual Cancer Challenge Event

38:30

Actionable Advice 

41:08 

Outro 

42:23


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Food Safety and Sanitation – Podcast Ep. 41

Food Safety and Sanitation – Podcast Ep. 41


Welcome to the 41st episode of the Living Healthy Podcast, presented by LA Fitness.  

This episode is a bit unconventional. COVID-19 is affecting people on a global scale and we are no exception. So, this episode is recorded and brought to you from Andrew’s home office (aka his living room).  

Today, Registered Dietitian Debbie James phones in to bring us her expert opinion on food safety and sanitation, along with information on how you can eat well if you have to shelter in place.  

You can continue to expect more podcast episodes from the Living Healthy Blog over the next several weeks. So stay tuned, and we hope to see you in the gym in a few weeks! 

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This podcast should not replace any exercise program or restrictions, any dietary supplements or restrictions, or any other medical recommendations from your primary care physician. Before starting any exercise program or diet, make sure it is approved by your doctor.

Timecard Markers – Food Safety and Sanitation – Podcast Ep. 41

Intro  

 0:01  

Introduction of Today’s Guest: Registered Dietitian Debbie James 

1:05 

What Do We Need to Bear in Mind in Terms of Food and Illness with the COVID-19 Virus? 

2:15 

What Kind of Foods Will Get You the Needed Vitamins? 

3:40 

Should I Stop Eating Out? 

6:08 

Are Canned or Frozen Foods Safer Than Fresh Foods Right Now? 

9:08 

Do I Need to Wash My Food and Cook Everything? 

11:23 

What are Good Sanitation Practices in the Kitchen? 

12:56 

Plastic vs. Wood Cutting Boards – Which One Should I Use? 

14:43 

If I Need to Shelter in Place, What Should I Eat First and Save for Last? 

18:13 

How Can You Still Eat a Balanced Diet if You’re Sheltering in Place? 

21:50 

What are Healthy Foods to Have in an Emergency 3-Day Supply? 

24:40 

Actionable Advice 

27:07 

Outro  

28:47  


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