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Fat Loss on The "Twinkie Diet" Experiment & Discussing Modern Processed Foods | Mark Haub

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Fat Loss on The

 In this much-awaited podcast, we talk to Mark about his fat loss using an all-processed food diet and address concerns regarding modern processed foods. 

BIO

Professor at Kansas State University. Ph.D. in Exercise Physiology, PostDoc in geriatric nutrition. 15 minutes of fame for "Twinkie Diet" - with appearances on CNN, Fox News, Doctors, NPR, Sottish/British Radio, and several local TV and radio programs. Research grants and publications in areas of metabolism, body composition, sports nutrition, and diabetes.

TIMESTAMPS

9:43: Guest introduction

12:09 How did you get into food science and nutrition?

18:50 How did you conceive the “Twinkie Diet” experiment?

22:00 Concerns with a study showing processed food causes increased energy intake

24:35 How was your experience with legacy media after the “Twinkie Diet”?

30:48 The politics of being a scientist and ties with industry

36:40 Were you tracking calories when on the processed food diet to lose weight?

39:55 What did you eat during the experiment?

44:40 Processing and enhancing nutrient bioavailability

49:19 Were you consuming liquid calories during the experiment?

56:00 The gap between food science, agriculture, and health

1:00:29 What can future nutritionists and food scientists do to navigate the modern world of processed information?

1:07:24 An unpublished study and discussion about food cues

1:11:06 Why don't we have studies that show how food processing can be used to improve modern foods?

1:14:54 Do packaged foods have low-profit margins?

1:16:14 How does inflation impact food costs?

1:20:02 Mark's battle with brain cancer

1:23:57 What was your experience with being exposed to cancer?

1:27:35 The bigger picture and why processed foods are integral to the modern world

1:32:44 Final plugs

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