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Coach Robb Podcast - Fighting Disease Through Food

Coach Robb


Nothing drives the volume of emails to my offices like the subject (and frustrations) associated with food. In this podcast, I have consolidated emails from listeners who have asked for help in addressing specific health issues with food.

If you have followed my podcasts or online articles, you know that I don't like the fact that most people feel like a mushroom when it comes to health, wellness and performance: they are kept in the dark and covered in bullshit! In this podcast, I take the Top 10 Diagnosis and discuss ways to offset their associated symptoms naturally!

I also discuss the significance of how burning more calories than you consume (aka the burn rate) can lead to a deficit in essential micro and macro nutrients which can often times escalate into a chronic problem unless identified and addressed.

Grab a piece of paper and get ready to take some notes. For each of the below, I outline the micro and macro nutrients that are necessary to address the SPECIFIC struggles associated with each diagnosis. I then provide you a quick overview of where you can source the necessary elements to begin offsetting your symptoms immediately. The great news is that you can source these products at your local grocery store and/or farmer’s market!

Fighting Disease & Common Symptoms with Food – Offsetting Associated Symptoms of the Top 10 (in alphabetical order):

  • Attention Deficient & Hyperactivity Disorder
  • Anemia
  • Anxiety
  • Adrenal Fatigue
  • Depression
  • Hypertension
  • Immune Deficiency
  • Insomnia
  • Migraine Headaches
  • Muscle Cramping

In addition to breaking down each disease/symptoms, I provide you guidelines of what food categories need be completely eliminated, which categories you can consume occasionally, and what categories need to be your staples for offsetting your symptoms and optimizing your health, wellness and performance!

Listener questions include: Is exercising the day before a big race is better than resting? As a runner, how do I improve my energy to complete speed and hill workouts? Can free spinning rollers improve a cyclists balance? What is the best way to maintain proper hydration levels when working manual labor outside? Why did I lose my appetite after moving to a hotter environment?


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