The (Third) Big Q&A Episode


You’ve got questions, we’ve got answers … or attempt to have answers, anyway.

After last week’s massive podcast extravaganza with Sid Garza-Hillman, Matt and I decide cool things down a bit with our third installment of the Big Q&A Episode. If you’re a new listener, you may also want to check out with the first and second.

This time we tackle running injuries, the ketogenic diet, a vegan pregnancy, ultramarathon nutrition, and several other great topics.

Here’s what we talk about in this episode:

  • Running and plant-based eating while pregnant
  • Should knee pain keep you from ever running again?
  • Matt’s take on the CRON-O-Meter (BTW, Doug has no take)
  • Fueling an ultramarathon on sugars
  • The health benefits of sprouted grains

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  1. Madison says:

    About the KT tape…it really depends what you are using it for. KT tape itself, I am not a fan of. I prefer Rock tape. I suffer from a Patella/Lateral Tilt on both knees, I was unfortunately born with it and my life as an athlete made it worse. My athletic trainer started using Rock tape on my knees to help hold my kneecaps in the proper position. You can actually see the difference of my knees with the Rock tape on and off. It helps. It’s not perfect, but it makes the pain more tolerable for sure.

  2. Cronometer is really useful for tracking micronutrients. It showed me that my diet was woefully low in selenium, vitamin E and zinc. Even if you don’t plan on using it long term it could give you some general pointers on what foods to include more of in your diet.

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