In this episode of Metflix & Chill, Rachel Gregory interviewed me on the psychology of diet adherence. We go into lots of practical advice and useful theoretical frameworks to know to help you stick to your diet.
- [3:30] The Science of Self Control
- [6:00] Question: How can “empty rewards” help us stick to our diet?
- [9:30] Question: Can you speak to the research out there on artificial sweeteners? Are they bad for you? Do they cause gut issues, etc.?
- [16:00] Are artificial sweeteners bad for your gut bacteria? Is Aspartame safe?
- [17:00] Question: Question: Can you talk about taking work breaks across the day for diet adherence?
- [20:00] Question: Can you talk about the difference between rigid diet control versus flexible diet control?
- [23:00] “Dieting is a skill that you need to learn. Everyone needs a lot of experience doing it, especially when it comes to traveling, social eating events, peer pressure. Just having a good diet at home is one thing, but it takes a lot of skill to master it as a whole lifestyle.”
- [25:00] Protein Sparing Modified Fasts (PSMF) | Robert Sikes & Rachel Gregory
- [26:00] Question: Can you explain what the forbidden fruit effect is?
- [45:30] Question: What is your opinion/perspective on low carb vs. low-fat diets?
- [51:30] Question: In terms of fat intake, what would your general guideline be for the minimum amount of fat that you recommend for clients?
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If you liked this podcast, you’ll probably like my book: The Science of Self-control: 53 tips to stick to your diet, be more productive and excel in life. It’s available as an audiobook as well.
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