What Runners Need to Know about Nutrition & Inflammation with Dr. Peter Brukner
The Run Smarter Podcast
Peter Brukner is a Medical Doctor and Sports Medicine Physician who has worked with elite national and international sporting teams. After a revolutionary personal experience, Peter shifted his career focussing on the role of carbohydrates in our bodies and how the experts got food and diet so wrong. He published a book titled 'A Fat Lot of Good' and is on a mission to better educate the western world about diet and inflammation. I talk to Dr. Brukner about the role of inflammation in relation to healthy and injured recreational runners and explore how an improved diet can help minimise pain, overcome injuries and assist in athletic performance. Defeat Diabetes Website Book: A Fat Lot of Good Run Smarter YouTube Channel Become a patron! Receive Run Smarter Emails Book a FREE Injury chat with Brodie Run Smarter App IOS or Android Podcast Facebook group Run Smarter Course with code 'PODCAST' for 3-day free trial.
Episode 12: Diet and Nutrition in Rehab with Peter Brukner
Clinical Pearls for Graduate Physios
Be sure to follow Clinical Pearls on Instagram for infographics and updates: @clinical.pearlsPeter is a specialist sports and exercise physician and has achieved so much in his career, from authoring Brukner and Khans' Clinical Sports Medicine, to working for Liverpool in the Premier league. However his most recent passion has been around diet, including writing his own book on the topic. This was such an interesting discussion and my top 3 clinical pearls are:1. So many conditions physios see have underlying inflammation; Diet is a hugely influential lifestyle factor that cause and reduce inflammation2. The key for any diet in the long term is that it has got to keep you full and satisfied! This can be achieved through more emphasis on healthy fats and protein, not carbs and sugar3. Physios have a great opportunity to educate and influence patients; including giving education and advice around what our patients are eating. I got so much out of this episode and I hope you do too !
Episode 74. Sports Medicine and Supplements with Dr Peter Brukner
Everyday Medicine with Dr Luke
Dr Peter Brukner OAM is Professor of Sports Medicine at the Latrobe Sport and Exercise Medicine Research Centre and is one of Australia’s most respected and best-known specialist sports physicians with a wide breadth of knowledge of the subject. He has extensive experience, having enjoyed a stellar career with elite sports teams and Olympians over multiple decades in his professional capacity. In this episode we discuss, several questions related to commonly used supplements taken by amateur and high-level athletes as well as delving into the darker realm of banned substances including anabolic steroids such as DHEA, testosterone and growth hormone. This is a tremendous conversation with master raconteur and communicator. Please enjoy the episode. Useful references include: - www.lowcarbdownunder.com.au - peterbrukner.com - youtube Professor Tim Noakes – “Medical aspects of the low carbohydrate lifestyle” - ods.od.nih.gov – National Institutes of Health, Dietary Supplements for Exercise and Athletic Performance (the fact sheet for health professionals) To be a guest on the show or provide some feedback, I’d love to hear from you: email@example.com Dr Luke Crantock MBBS, FRACP, is a gastroenterologist in practice for over 25 years. He is the founder of The Centre for GI Health, based in Melbourne Australia and is passionate about educating General Practitioners and patients on disease prevention and how to manage and improve their digestive health.
Episode 73. Sports Medicine and Low Carbohydrate Diet with Dr Peter Brukner
Everyday Medicine with Dr Luke
Dr Peter Brukner OAM is Professor of Sports Medicine at the Latrobe Sport and Exercise Medicine Research Centre at Latrobe University and is one of Australia’s most respected and best known specialist sports physicians. He has a deep breadth of knowledge and experience and was a founding partner at the Olympic Sports Medicine Centre in Melbourne as well as a sports physician to the Collingwood and Melbourne AFL clubs, Liverpool Football Club and has served as team doctor to the Australian cricket team, Socceroos and several Olympic teams. He has authored multiple best-selling books on sports medicine and more recently has become interested in the important relationship between lifestyle and health and after determining that he was pre-diabetic he embarked on a low carbohydrate ketogenic style diet. He has subsequently become a strong advocate of the low carbohydrate diet both in managing a healthy BMI and avoiding development of the metabolic syndrome and all its consequent health effects and authored the very popular and best-selling book A Fat Lot of Good. He energetically has also established the not for profit campaign Sugar By Half. He joins us today to discuss his experience and journey to a low carbohydrate diet and how such an approach may be highly beneficial to athletes of both amateur and elite persuasions. Please enjoy this podcast. Useful references include: - www.lowcarbdownunder.com.au - peterbrukner.com - youtube Professor Tim Noakes – “Medical aspects of the low carbohydrate lifestyle” To be a guest on the show or provide some feedback, I’d love to hear from you: firstname.lastname@example.org Dr Luke Crantock MBBS, FRACP, is a gastroenterologist in practice for over 25 years. He is the founder of The Centre for GI Health, based in Melbourne Australia and is passionate about educating General Practitioners and patients on disease prevention and how to manage and improve their digestive health.
Dr Peter Brukner on High Performance in Business & Sport and Exposes the Secrets Weight Loss
LITTLE FISH PODCAST
This week on the Little Fish Podcast we sit down with world-leading sports scientist and nutritionist Dr Peter Brukner, team doctor to some of the world’s most elite sporting people and teams including the Australian Olympic team, Collingwood FC and Melbourne FC in the AFL, and Liverpool in the English premier league. Being one of the most respected leaders in sports medicine all around the globe, Dr Peter Brukner has been awarded the Order of Australia Medal for his service. He talks about sports in the ‘good old days and what makes good players great. Dr Peter Brukner also shares why we’ve been wrong about good nutrition for over 50 years and the simple secrets to losing weight. 👉 Defeat Diabetes . WATCH ON YOUTUBE: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCB8ebahuOX20nLt0zbZiHsg . FOLLOW LITTLE FISH PODCAST: INSTAGRAM | https://www.instagram.com/littlefishpod TWITTER | https://twitter.com/littlefishpod_ TIKTOK | https://www.tiktok.com/@littlefishpod FACEBOOK | https://www.facebook.com/littlefish.podcast LINKEDIN | https://www.linkedin.com/company/little-fish-podcast/ WEBSITE | https://www.littlefishpodcast.com . FOLLOW PETER KELLY: INSTAGRAM | https://www.instagram.com/peterkellyofficial/ . FOLLOW DAN REILLY: INSTAGRAM | https://www.instagram.com/foreman_danreilly/ . LITTLE FISH PODCAST: Peter Kelly, Dan Reilly and Ben Drohan. Property, construction, business, mindset and life. . New episode every Wednesday. . #littlefish #podcast
Thank you for joining us for another episode of the Low Carb MD Podcast. Dr. Peter Brukner is a medical doctor and specialist sports and exercise medicine physician. He is the founding partner at the Olympic Park Sports Medicine Centre in Melbourne and is Professor of Sports Medicine at the La Trobe Sport & Exercise Medicine Research Centre at La Trobe University. More recently Peter has become interested in lifestyle issues and their relationship to health. In particular he is interested in the role of diet, especially a low carb diet, in both health and athletic performance. In this discussion, Drs. Brian, Tro, and Peter talk about how the low-fat dietary philosophy took root and flourished for so many years, the wide array of disease factors impacted by diet, the effect of the low-carb diet on chronic pain, the phenomenon of patients educating their doctors about low-carb, and the danger of standing up for positions contrary to the prevailing medical dogma as doctors. For more information, please see the links below. Thank you for listening! Links: Dr. Peter Brukner: Book Twitter Website Defeat Diabetes Dr. Brian Lenzkes: Website Twitter Dr. Tro Kalayjian: Website Twitter Instagram
Dr Peter Brukner - The Effect of a Low Carbohydrate High Fat Diet on Pain in Osteoarthritis
Journal Club with Randall Cooper
Randall Cooper is joined by Dr Peter Brukner to discuss the effect of a low carbohydrate high fat diet on pain in people with osteoarthritis. Peter is an Australian sports physician, author and real food advocate. He's recently been doctor to the Australian cricket team and Liverpool Football Club, is the founding partner of Olympic Park Sports Medicine Centre in Melbourne and Professor of Sports Medicine at La Trobe University. Peter is the co-author of the widely used text book 'Clinical Sports Medicine', Chair of the non-for-profit charity 'SugarByHalf', and chairperson at the app-based program 'Defeat Diabetes'. You can find Peter on the following social media handles: Twitter - @DrPeterBrukner LinkedIn - Peter Brukner You can find Randall on the following social media handles: Twitter - @RandallCPhysio Instagram - @RandallCPhysio LinkedIn - Randall Cooper
#577 Down the Nutrition Rabbit Hole - Professor Peter Brukner OAM
The You Project
Professor Peter Brukner OAM, is a specialist sports and exercise physician and the founding partner at the Olympic Park Sports Medicine Centre in Melbourne. He is a world-renowned sports medicine clinician and researcher. His most recent team appointments have been Head of Sports Medicine and Sports Science at Liverpool Football Club and, until 2017, Team Doctor for the Australian cricket team. He is Professor of Sports Medicine at La Trobe University, Melbourne and other than that (and a few hundred other things), he also co-hosted a show on Melbourne radio with me for a few years. Despite all the ‘medical stuff’, this conversation is actually about his current passion (obsession?); nutrition. Keep in mind that this information is not a personal prescription or program; just two blokes chatting. Enjoy.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.