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Lifting and Running

Run Lift Mom is an audio podcast uplifting women and guiding mothers through their fitness journey. Episodes feature expert interviews in the topics of running, strength training, and motherhood.

S2, E18: Micronutrient Gaps in Popular Diets with Katie Danger of Red H Nutrition

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This Run Lift Mom Podcast Episode is an interview that explores micronutrient gaps in popular diets with Katie Danger, Founder of Red H Nutrition. We explore paleo, primal, vegan, vegetarian, and carnivore (aka keto) approaches.

Show Notes

2:00 review of past episode and personal background 4:00 defining macronutrients and impact on health 6:00 micronutrients and role in overall nutrition 6:30 risk of following paleo 7:30 fiber intake and concerns for digestion 9:00 risk of following primal 10:00 Mark Sisson’s work 12:00 importance of gut health

13:00 risks of following vegan 14:00 B12 is more important than protein 15:00 what vegan and paleo have in common 17:00 importance of Collagen Type II 19:00 risks of following vegetarian 21:00 on fruit and the importance of following “came from the ground or had a Mama” 23:15 risks of following carnivore/going keto 23:45 insight on digestive load

25:30 more on gut health and the synergistic effects on body 27:30 probiotic versus prebiotic 31:00 filling in micronutrient gaps with supplements 35:00 rapid fire

Products mentioned in this episode

B12 Drops

Super Flexy

Adaptogenic Symbiotic (probiotic)

Super Greens

Competition Nutrition Guide

Get Katie’s free guide to prep for functional fitness (eg, CrossFit) competitions HERE

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