Episode 5: Today we are joined by the one and only Justin Manning, AKA Cavemanning. Justin Manning is a certified trainer and functional movement specialist, with over 15 years of experience as a coach and personal trainer in Washington, DC. His passion for health began nearly 20 years ago, when he dealt with disordered eating and overtraining as a teenager and young adult. Over time, these problems led to adrenal fatigue, hormone dysfunction, and an unhealthy relationship with food and exercise.
His own struggles eventually brought him to the Paleo diet, primal exercise, and a more simple approach to life. Along the way, he discovered travel hacking and a love for helping others – and rediscovered a healthy mind and body.
Today, Justin enlightens us on how he’s been able to eliminate the biggest culprits of energy, digestion and aesthetics from his diet so he can become the absolute best version of himself. If you’re tired of feeling bloated and crappy all the time, listen in because Justin will tell you why it’s not always from what you eat, but when you eat it.
I absolutely loved this episode with Justin and I’m so pumped for you to listen in.
Here’s what we discuss:
- The eight foods that cause 90% of all food-related allergies
- Why eliminating the main culprits of your diet can lead to better energy and digestion
- A half of a cup of coconut oil is not a good idea (not joking)
- Why intermittent fasting is best accompanied with a stress-free lifestyle, physically and mentally
- Walking: the best way to connect with nature, bond with a friend or just develop your own thoughts
- Creating a gym routine that’s fun and flexible
- Travel Hacking
- Food combining can be the key to fixing digestive problems
Articles mentioned in this episode:
- MayoClinic- 8 Foods that Cause Allergic Reactions
- Example food combining chart here
- Chase United Airlines
Check out CaveManning’s website here: http://cavemanning.com/
P.S.- Here’s the ice cream we promised to eat.
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