Taking all the science in the world of food and nutrition, how do we now create better food companies and tools that would focus on human health rather than be another catastrophe for humanity?
In early 2015 Marty started blogging at OptimisingNutrition.com. He tries to provide clarity around many of the confusing and conflicting issues in nutrition, often using a quantitative approach.
While his blog posts can sometimes go deep on a topic, he has also worked to develop a shortlist of optimal foods to suit different goals by balancing the sometimes-competing parameters of nutrient density, insulin load and energy density.
His most recent project is the Nutrient Optimiser which consolidates his thinking into an automated system that reviews a person's current diet to provide a shortlist of recommended foods to provide the nutrients they are not getting enough of while supporting their goals
6:15 – The Colosseum of Optimising Nutrition
8:15 – How type 2 diabetes evolved and began
12:07 – Blood test results on carnivore diet
17:07 – Nutrient dilution in agriculture
19:14 – Building a better food company for the future
22:10 - Signs you are diabetic
27:27 – Any evidence on nutrient driven satiety?
30:07 – How is research carried out in food and health industry?
33:00 – Complete transparency in business infrastructures
37:02 – How does a dummy learn about nutrition
41:30 – Dealing with dogmatic intellectuals
43:28 – High fat, low protein and fat loss?
47:22 – Are benefits of keto from elimination or because of ketones?
54:14 – How do I know my diet works?
55:30 – Fat loss stall while still in energy deficit
57:40 – The positives and negatives of bulletproof coffee
1:00:00 – What drives you?
1:05:21 – Food tolerances and intolerances
1:11:11 – Bioavailability of foods
1:12:08 – What Would Marty Kendall Do?
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Fahad is the founder of Ketogeek and hosts the Ketogeek Podcast, a world class health show about food, nutrition and health. He is into resistance training, Ashtanga yoga, calisthenics and various forms of training styles. Armed with a idealistic goals distilled in a world of realism, his goal is to help the world make a better place. He leads a life of extreme generalism or as he describes it, 'The Renaissance Lifestyle'.