Feb 21, 2017
I have been working with my guests since June, 2016 to figure out some health issues. They are one of the first to ever see me and not my weight. They didn't just assume that I was heavy because I ate junk all day. After having me log everything I ate for two weeks they informed me I was not eating ENOUGH! It has taken close to 7 months but I am now up to about 1100-1200 calories/day and I have dropped about 20 pounds. It is a struggle each day to remember to eat the right things in the right proportions but it gets a little easier because I have their support and guidance. The right COACHES Matter!
Talk about having to ask the right questions and being willing to let go my own perceptions about eating, food and my beliefs about weight.
On this episode we talk about structured eating, mindset vs willpower, how tracking what you eat puts you on the path to change and how to get some free advice on the next steps you need to take.
Trevor Kashey has a Ph.D. in biochemistry with emphasis on
cellular energy transduction (which he completed at the age of 23).
He began his formal scientific career as a high school student,
doing non-small cell lung cancer research at the Translational
Genomics Research Institute in Phoenix, AZ. He has consistently
been doing research since then, both in academic laboratories and
as a consultant for select research firms, and governments, foreign
Trevor regularly contributes critical analysis of technical research for public and private institutions. Trevor dedicates his life to education and outreach in the realm of nutrition, dietary supplements, and quality of life. This passion manifests itself in multiple venues, as he regularly lectures at colleges and conventions. Trevor writes and edits for various media outlets, and will meet with anyone who is willing to listen! On the athletic side of things, he is a national-level record-holding strongman and recreational athlete in multiple sports.
Trevor utilizes body composition as a fulcrum for longstanding health benefits, with increases in fitness and performance as a side effect. He has consulted Physicians, their patients, World’s Strongest Man competitors, foreign Olympic teams, 150-mile ultra marathon runners, Geriatric populations, and everything in between.
Trevor seeks to blend anecdotal, academic, clinical data, and to harmonize it into practical information. Not only is it important to be stronger and faster; it is paramount to be healthier to succeed, and be happy, in the long term.