Jul 23, 2020
Juma is a certified personal trainer from the Norwegian School of Sport Sciences and holds a Master’s degree in Sports Nutrition at the University of Stirling. Juma has also completed his IOC diploma in Sports Nutrition through the International Olympic Committee. He is the CEO of Iraki Nutrition AS and Head of Nutrition at AFPT in Norway where he lectures in Sports Nutrition.
In the episode we spoke about:
- When wanting to lose weight and build muscle, how many meals should you eat in regard to your scientific paper (Iraki et al., 2019)?
- Why not whey? (As marketing would indicate using Casein before bed)
- Why is reduced kidney function an issue with taking creatine?
- Why do you think dietary fibre gets overlooked?
- What is the basis behind water intake of 35ml/Kg/daily?
- Are active women more susceptible to iron deficiency in regards to the scientific paper done by (Alaunyte et al., 2015)?
- It is often claimed that too much protein can be harmful to the kidneys in regard to the scientific paper done by (Antonio et al., 2014)?
- Protein quality (Plant vs Animal) and getting to a Leucin fresh hold which is better, whey, rice protein or soy?
- Down regulation of Basal Metabolic Rate due to yo-yo dieting (Lowest case Juma has seen is 65% BMR which is really bad)
And if you wanted to listen to his previous episode, you can do so here
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