Interval Show #10: Transitioning to a Nutrient-Dense Diet

The Primal Endurance podcast Interval shows are published in between our full-length feature episodes published on Fridays. For the Interval episodes, podcast host Brad Kearns discusses various elements of the Primal Endurance approach, pulling from topics in the book/digital course and adding some candid and fresh insights. The Interval shows will keep you focused and purposeful with all of your workouts and lifestyle decisions.

More details about the why’s and how’s of transitioning to primal-style eating. Beyond the Paleolithic rationale, sugars and grains are bad for you, period. Even if you are at optimal body fat, there is no justification to ever consume nutrient-devoid refined carbohydrates. 

Dialing in carb intake depends on a variety of variables, especially whether you have excess body fat or not. Females also have some hormonal concerns when quickly reducing carbs, because this dietary transition might be challenging to the genetic hard-wiring toward reproductive fitness. 

Gordo Byrn (Family, Fitness, Finances) epic soundbite “If you need sports nutrition, you’ve maximized your cardio benefits and are possibly risking your health and immune function.” The big secret to going primal is to liberally consume more natural, nutritious fats that provide high satiety and help you become better at burning fat. Make a firm 21-day commitment because sugar and wheat have serious addictive properties.

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