Dr. Bill Campbell is back for part 2! In this episode, we get into the nuts and bolts of fat loss. Dr. Cambpell reveals the one thing the very lean women he’s studied have in common, the connection between muscle mass and hunger (this one may surprise you!), and what he learned about hormones when he intentionally gained 50 pounds.
If metabolism doesn’t slow down til your 60s, why can’t you lose weight now?
Look no further than your hormones. These messengers control hunger, how much fat you hold onto, where you store it, how hard it is to burn it, and so much more. In this episode, I’m explaining which hormones you need to keep an eye on, how they interact with each other, and what you can do to maintain balance.
How can the average person get and stay in shape without living at the gym? That’s the question Dr. Bill Campbell, fat-loss expert and professor of exercise physiology, has dedicated his career to answering. He joins me in this episode to share the essential lessons he’s learned while running the University of South Florida’s Physique & Performance Lab.
I’ve spent years figuring out sensible strategies that work, and in this episode, I’m sharing my best travel health tips. With a little motivation, some creativity, and a bit of dedication, you can sail through your trip feeling strong and fit.
What would happen if you followed a ketogenic diet, but increased the protein? That’s the question biomedical scientist Vanessa Spina set out to answer, and in this episode, we’re exploring her absolutely crazy results and what they taught her about energy, body composition, and lifelong health.
Before you go to extreme measures, listen to this episode. In it, I’m giving you seven easy changes to things you’re already doing that you can implement right away to get your metabolism moving and your fat loss fired up. Let’s dive in!
JJ has a fun attitude and the podcast is relatively short and concise, but always packed with amazing info!!! And she includes a free gift from each of her guests. Highly recommend!!
This is the best podcast ever! Love you, JJ, and love all the guests! I am a nutritionist, but still learn a lot!
JJ hosts an incredible podcast. Her episodes are the perfect length, just right for a commute to work. I have learned so much in the car since subscribing and tuning into her show. I highly recommend ALL of her episodes. Thank you, JJ, for sharing your love of health and nutrition with us.
I stumbled upon JJ on one of the very first podcasts I listened to, on which she was a guest. I immediately fell in love with her story, her personality, and her lifestyle. She is the only podcast I subscribe to, and I listen to her while running, as I always find her motivational, inspiring, and just wonderful to listen to.
Running Mom Of 2 Boys
Hey JJ! This is an amazing podcast and so informative. I listen to different episodes and can’t help but realize how closely it all pertains to me, literally every single episode. All I have to say is to please keep the positively motivating, super informative and helpful podcasts coming!
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