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The Vegan Body Revolution Show
Achieve your dream body, limitless health, and saving the planet on a 100% plant-based diet.
Category: Fitness
Location: Orange County, CA
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Thomas has been recognized as one of the top 5 trainers in the USA, with his first personal training company, Epiphany Fitness ...

by Thomas Tadlock
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April 12, 2016 04:56 PM PDT

I went off today on a company call, ranting about how utterly useless oatmeal is as part of a nutrition program aimed at improving and generating health. Did you know how useless oatmeal is? Out of all the other nutritious foods you could be eating, did you know oatmeal ranks pretty close to the bottom of the sewer in terms of health generating benefits?

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April 08, 2016 09:05 AM PDT

A fan recently asked "My partner is willing to go vegan, but is very determined to follow his low carb diet. During this spring, he wants to eat 80 grams of carbohydrates a day and 2 grams of protein per kilo of bodyweight. He weights 75 kilos, so that makes 150 grams of protein a day.

I am trying to figure out how this dietary goal could be achieved on a vegan diet, but I am having problems. The amount of carbs is very, very small. Do you know if there is any way in which we could make this work?"

I answer this question and provide the solution in this podcast. Enjoy!

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April 04, 2016 01:57 PM PDT

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Brooke, my wife, AKA The Vegan Medical Doctor, was a keynote presenter at the 2016 Austin Texas Vegfest. In the first 15 minutes she tells her story of how she had lupus, what it was like to suffer through 2 consecutive years of chemotherapy, injecting blood thinners every day, suffering from a TIA, and knowing she didn't have long to live. She shares how she was able to accidentally stumble upon the cure to healing Lupus once and for all with nothing more than super market foods. Please share this to anyone in your life suffering from Lupus or any auto-immune disease. We have the cure, and it's at your super market. Enjoy! -Thomas

April 01, 2016 12:42 PM PDT

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A fan asked "I was wondering about the ketogenic diet. You know, high fat, moderate protein, low carb diet. I don't know much about the state of ketosis and its benefits or otherwise but heard bad things about the Atkins diet and Dr Atkins' health/death. These newer keto diets are supposed to have worked out those Atkins kinks - cleaner fats and proteins I suppose. It reminded me of your "high fat no flab" meal plan which I love btw and it sparked this curiosity. If we ate high fat no flab for say more than 12 weeks would that put us into ketosis and is that a good or bad thing?" so I answered by sharing my experience with ketogenic diets and how I use components of them in my programs to help stimulate faster fat loss. Enjoy! -Thomas

March 31, 2016 05:06 PM PDT

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A fan asked "How about your fav vegan foods that are easy to prepare" so I answered by sharing 4 super easy vegan meals that are designed for lazy people who want to get ripped and muscular. Enjoy!


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