Episode 2 – May 9, 2016

00:03:25 – Why is it important to breathe through the nose all the time?
00:08:50 – Physiology of breathing
00:17:00 – Physiology of breathing – vasodilation, nitric oxide
00:21:20 – What is the differece between keto adaption and being in ketosis?
00:25:27 – How to track protein/fat intake
00:31:00 – Monitoring fooed intake – suggested apps.
00:32:35 – It it true that if you eat too much protein it will be converted to fat?
00:34:25 – What is the daily recommended amount of protein for athletes?
00:37:00 – Do you need protein and carbs for muscle building?
00:37:57 – Do I need to go to stage 2 or 3 of ketoadaption before stopping using carb gels?
00:40:05 – Can you push yourself into ketosis, for example, by fasting?
00:42:25 – Electrolyte issues in keto transition.
00:44:00 – Natural sources of minerals vs. supplements
00:46:30 – Making bone broth
00:48:00 – Are saturated fats converted immediately to ketone bodies?
00:50:00 – What is the optimal period for keto adaption?
00:53:00 – Do Buteyko breathing and keto have a synergistic effect?

Episode 1 – May 2, 2016

00:00:22 – How does the athletes’ course differ from the regular Lifesaver course?
00:00:40 – Defining fitness vs. health
00:03:00 – Avoiding injury
00:07:25 – What is the Lifesaver protocol?
00:13:06 – Validity regarding all sports
00:15:50 – Listening to your body
00:21:00 – Specific information to cyclists
00:26:00 – Mouth taping
00:27:50 – Misunderstanding of exercising harder to improve performance
00:28:30 – lifespan by target-orientated exercise
00:30:00 – “85% of the population has a breathing dysfunction”
00:32:50 – Don’t push pulse rate to the maximum!
00:33:50 – Biomechanics – sitting optimally on a cycle
00:35:00 – Mechanotransduction
00:39:00 – Investing in your body instead of your cycle