The Bodybuilding Dietitians Podcast – Episode #7 – Why You Will Never Hit Your Macros Perfectly, Training vs Rest Day Nutrition AND WAY MORE - VPA Australia

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The Bodybuilding Dietitians Podcast – Episode #7 – Why You Will Never Hit Your Macros Perfectly, Training vs Rest Day Nutrition AND WAY MORE

July 04, 2019 1 min read

The Bodybuilding Dietitians Podcast – Episode #7 – Why You Will Never Hit Your Macros Perfectly, Training vs Rest Day Nutrition AND WAY MORE


Episode #7 – Why you will never hit your macros perfectly, Training vs Rest Day Nutrition + more!


Welcome Back For Episode 9 Of The Bodybuilding Dietitians Podcast!

On this week’s episode Tyarra and Jack give a life update after finishing their Masters of Dietetics degree and answer a bunch of great listener questions relating to nutrition!

Topics covered include:

  • How do you know if you’ve gone hypoglycaemic during a workout? How do you avoid hypoglycaemia?
  • Are nutrient information panels accurate?
  • Apple cider vinegar and “The Mother”
  • Training vs rest day macros – should your ratios change?
  • Do potatoes cause weight gain?
  • Alternative cereals to oats if you dislike porridge
  • Does the liver process protein powder differently to meat?
  • Should you eat white rice instead of brown rice due to the phytic acid content?
  • Does macro timing peri-workout influence muscle hypertrophy?
  • Intermittent fasting vs distributed meals
  • Will eating fats with you protein shake slow down digestion?
  • Does cooking time influence the fiber content of vegetables?
  • Recommended ratios of carbs and protein during a cut and a bulk
  • Recommendations for vegans aiming to build muscle
  • Are there certain types of bread that make you bloat?
  • Is creatine heat sensitive? Is it okay to add it to cooked food?

The Bodybuilding Dietitians

Here you will be joined by your hosts Tyarra Nelson and Jack Radford-Smith, two passionate coaches, Nutrition and Exercise Scientists, future Sports Dietitians, qualified personal trainers and physique competitors from Australia.

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