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Dr. Joseph Campbell: Minerals and Health


V1N9c - Guest
Dr. Campbell is a retired University of Manitoba Professor. He earned his degrees form the Universities of Saskatchewan, Western, McGill and Michigan State. Dr. Campbell has worked primarily in the field of agriculture, plant nutrition and soil chemistry and more recently, has specialized in diet, lifestyle and hair analysis.

Udo Erasmus, PhD - Fats That Heal Fats That Kill

V1N8c - Guest
For almost two decades Udo Erasmus has dedicated his time to understanding the effects of fats and oils on human and animal health as well as the nature of health itself, additionally working with phytonutrient-rich greens, digestive enzymes, fiber-rich whole foods, friendly bowel micro-organisms, herbs, minerals, vitamins and antioxidants.

Brad King - Fat Wars & Raising Serotonin Levels with Protein


V1N7c - Guest
Brad King, MS, MFS, is a nutritional researcher who is considered one of Canada’s most sought after authorities on nutrition, obesity and longevity. He is the author of 10 books, including the International best-seller Fat Wars, Bio-Age, Awaken Your Metabolism, Conquer Inflammation and Losing Fat 4 Life.

The Politics of Coaching Kids

V1N6b - Topics
What's Cookin? Volunteering: The Politics of Coaching Kids in after School Sports Teams
Hot Topic: Being a Physical Role Model for Kids


The Importance of Water

V1N6a - Topics
Clean Filtered Pure Water is Absolutely Essential
Don’t Base Your Water Consumption on How You "Feel"
Distillation, Ozonation, Natural Spring Water
Carry Filtered Water With You Everywhere You Go

Nutrition For Kids

V1N5b - Topics
What's Cookin? Attitude and Wholefoods for Bodybuilding Competition
Hot Topic: Nutrition and Lifestyle for Kids


12 Variables That Influence Human Performance

V1N5a - Topics
What the Term “Athlete” Actually Means
Proper Nutrition Forms the Foundation for Every Cell
The Price Athletes Pay for Eating Junk
Drugs, Genetics, Youth, Desire, Pain, Coaching, Equipment, Training, Skill, Weights, Psychology, Nutrition

Female Bodybuilding

V1N4b - Topics
What's Cooking? Tracy’s Experience Preparing for Master’s Level Female BB Competition
Hot Topic: Blood Type Diet for Clients


Creatine is Safe and Effective

V1N4a - Topics
Training and Optimum Nutrition: A Means to an End
The Origin and Purpose of SNU as an Educational Tool
Dr.C's First Time Use of Creatine Monohydrate
The Chemistry and Function of Creatine "The Strong"

Brian Kline - Little People, Big Muscles!


V1N6c - Guest
Brian Kline, film star and celebrity, is a 'little person' who trains routinely in the gym as a powerlifter and bodybuilder. Pound for pound, he's one of the strongest men in the world, as he can bench press more than 3 times his own bodyweight. Recorded live on location in Kahala, Oahu, Hawaii.

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