#70: Hack Your Thanksgiving

Hack Your Thanksgiving

This is episode 70 of Evil Sugar Radio. We’re covering a variety of topics in current events and listener questions. This week, we’re going to talk about biohacking, autoimmune diseases, and a couple of new documentaries about sugar. A couple of weeks ago, we asked a question about the expert complex and had a great […]

#69: Dave Dellanave – Biofeedback, Eustress vs Distress Training, & Tips For Beginners

Eustress, Distress, Biofeedback, Training

This is episode 69 of Evil Sugar Radio. In this episode, we interview Dave Dellanave. Dave is a strength and fitness coach and owner of the Movement Minneapolis gym. Dave’s website is Dellanave.com. You can sign up for Dave’s free Gym Movement eCourse at his site. As always, if you’re enjoying the show, please rate […]

#68: Holiday Diet Tips, Stress Management, & Internet Activism

Healthy Holiday Tips, Social Media Management, Weight Loss, Dieting

This is episode 68 of Evil Sugar Radio. We’re covering a variety of topics in current events and listener questions. This show talks about sugar addiction, new information on the real Paleolithic diet, and how to survive “Survive the Holiday” messages. From our listeners, we have questions on how to give advice to people that […]

#67: Tamara Reynolds – PE Teacher on Training Kids & Body Image

PE Teacher on Training Kids & Body Image

This is episode 67 of Evil Sugar Radio. In this episode, we interview Tamara Reynolds. Tamara is a PE teacher and weightlifting coach. She is also the owner of Asheville Strength, as well as Weight Lifting Academy. Tamara is USAW-certified and has lots of tips for coaching young athletes, simple changes for impressive weight loss […]

#66: Pilar Egüez Guevara – Food Politics, Cultural Appropriation, and Food Anthropology

Pilar Egüez Guevara - Food Politics, Cultural Appropriation, and Food Anthropology

This is episode 66 of Evil Sugar Radio. In this episode, we interview Pilar Egüez Guevara. Pilar has a Ph.D. in Anthropology and is a post-doctoral fellow in the Department of Kinesiology and Community Health at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Her research currently focuses on the relationships between nutrition, lifestyle factors and chronic […]

#65: Body Image, Obesity Panic, Diet Hyperbole, Alpha Males

Obesity facts & fiction

This is episode 65 of Evil Sugar Radio. This week, we’re providing prospective on the health and fitness industry. We’re going to talk about what the world eats, Bob Harper’s Skinny Rules, and overnutrition versus undernutrition. We love getting your questions, so keep sending them to us through Facebook or at icecream@evilsugarradio.com. As always, if […]

#64: Food Politics, The Diet Expert & Why We Believe

Sugar Addiction & Diet Purity

This is episode 64 of Evil Sugar Radio. This week, we’re covering a ton of current events, from South Park making fun of the gluten-free fad to caffeinated underwear. As always, we have plenty of discussion of food politics and diet prejudice, mixed with some crazy claims from chefs and other celebrities who should probably […]

#63: Food Babe, Artificial Sweeteners, & Eating Cheap

Food Babe Fear Mongering

This is episode 63 of Evil Sugar Radio. We have a lot of things to discuss in this episode, including the recent fiasco with Food Babe and Experience Life Magazine. We have some information on the recent study on artificial sweeteners and your gut health, as well as the science of the midnight snack, and […]

#62: Greg Nuckols – Stress, Recovery, & Strength

greg nuckols jts strength

This is episode 62 of Evil Sugar Radio. In this episode, we interview Greg Nuckols. Greg is a strength coach and content manager at JTS Strength.com. He also blogs at Greg Nuckols.com. As always, if you’re enjoying the show, please rate us in iTunes. Episode 62 Overview Here’s an overview of what we’ll be talking […]

#61: Todd Hargrove – The Science of Better Movement

Todd Hargrove of Better Movement.org

This is episode 61 of Evil Sugar Radio. In this episode, we interview Todd Hargrove. Todd recently co-published a new book titled A Guide to Better Movement: The Science and Practice of Moving With More Skill And Less Pain, available in both paperback and e-book formats. You can keep up with Todd at BetterMovement.org. As […]