My guests today are the runner and biochemist Nikos Goutzourelas together with the runner, biochemist and nutritionist Maria Kanaki from the Fitme Nutrime office.
Nikos is a Biochemist - Biotechnologist, graduate of the Department of Biochemistry and Biotechnology of the University of Thessaly, holder of a master's degree, but also a PhD in 'Biochemistry'. He has co-authored 29 publications in international scientific journals and is co-author of the book "Intermittent Fasting and Disease Prevention". At the same time, he has presented scientific papers at Greek and International scientific conferences.
Since 2009, Maria has been a Biochemist - Biotechnologist, a graduate of the Department of Biochemistry and Biotechnology of the University of Thessaly. Also since 2013 he is a graduate of T.E.I. of Thessaly in the Science of Nutrition and Dietetics and holds a master's degree in "Nutrition in Health and Disease". At the same time, she has published her papers in international scientific journals on topics related to antioxidants, biofunctional foods and the nutritional status of oncology patients.
Both collaborate with sports academies and gyms in the field of nutritional education and monitoring, while in 2020 they founded the Fitme Nutrime office where they daily serve the public as well as performance athletes in live and online sessions.
With Maria and Nikos we will have an interesting discussion, after we will talk about the runner's diet, nutritional supplements, about various ergogenic substances such as caffeine, we will analyze various nutritional terms, while they themselves will answer us various questions you have sent by all you listeners of the show.
Podcast Interview Highlights “It's a long road” with the specialists of the Fitme Nutrime office.
08:00 Would you like to start by telling us once again some things about yourself and professionally where and how you operate?
11:15 In the past, if I'm not mistaken, intolerance tests were widespread, with the result that some who did them subsequently excluded certain food groups from their daily diet. Are these tests necessary or not?
14:25 Some people think they will lose weight by running, but they don't pay attention to it diet their. In percentage form for example and in terms of weight loss how much would you multiply the diet and how much run; Does running help you lose weight?
20:15 Are nutritional supplements necessary?
24:35 We will see some difference if we take food supplements when we don't need them?
26:50 Caffeine improves the sports performance;
29:00 Does anyone have elevated cholesterol levels? Can it be reduced with diet and exercise?
32:15 How important are proteins and fats in a runner's diet?
36:50 Creatine improves the sports performance;
41:45 Lately we hear the terms antioxidants and oxidative stress very often, as well as foods that refer to these terms have become very popular. What are these terms and what do they mean? Can you explain to us?
47:30 Micronutrients and vitamins – what deficiencies can occur in a runner?
53:05 There are differences between gels.
56:35 How do you determine sweating per hour?
1:01:50 What do we mean by that? electrolytes;
1:05:40 In closing, I would like to ask you where and how can someone find you?
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