Dr. Ryan P. Lowery, PhD, a 2014 national champion baseball player, earned his BS and MS in exercise physiology and exercise and nutrition science from the University of Tampa. Ryan completed his doctorate work at Concordia University in Health and Human Performance with a focus on “The Effects of a Well-Formulated Ketogenic Diet and Exogenous Ketone Supplementation on Various Markers of Health and Body Composition in Healthy and Diseased Populations.” Ryan currently serves as the CEO of Ketogenic.com and the President of the Applied Science and Performance Institute. Over his career, Ryan has published over 150 papers, abstracts, and book chapters on human performance and sports nutrition and is heavily focused on the impact of ketogenic diets and exogenous ketones on performance, cognitive function, and longevity. Ryan has received the Exercise Science Scholar of the Year Award, NSCA Award for Outstanding Presentation of the year award, and the National AAHPERD Exercise Science Major of the Year Award. Ryan co-authored the book The Ketogenic Bible with Dr. Jacob Wilson which focuses on the science and practical application behind the ketogenic diet, exogenous ketones, and all of their potential applications.
8:15 Start of episode.
10:12 Gladiator diet
14:39 Are vegans stronger?
21:05 Performance enhancing substances in plant based supplements.
23:15 Are plant based diets better for endurance athletes?
25:15 Tim Shieff’s story.
28:55 Should you do endurance and weight training on the same day?
30:15 Can you get enough protein from plants?
38:05 Patrick Baboumian.
41:40 Cloudy blood experiment.
50:15 Flow mediated dilatation.
55:15 Is a plant based diet the only diet that has been proven to reverse coronary artery disease?
1:02:55 Are there endotoxins in meat?
1:11:15 Does our brain need glucose?
1:13:25 Is Gluconeogenesis stressful to the human body?
1:21:35 Do plant based diets lead to better erections?
1:23:45 Muscle building and carbohydrates.
1:30:25 Is going plant based better for the environment?
1:45:43 Where to find Ryan.
1:46:05 The most radical thing Ryan has done lately.