GI Issues in Ultrarunning. Problems and Solutions with Jamie Pugh PhD | Koopcast Episode 91
Jamie Pugh is a researcher, coach, and athlete with a specialty in GI issues in endurance sports. He is the co-author on the recent paper- Gastrointestinal pathophysiology during endurance exercise: endocrine, microbiome, and nutritional influences. Information on coaching-www.trainright.comKoop’s Social MediaTwitter/Instagram- @jasonkoop
12. Dr Jamie Pugh (Researcher) Probiotics for endurance athletes
Gemma Sampson Nutrition
Dr. Jamie Pugh (PhD) is a post-doctoral researcher at Liverpool John Moores University who has looked at the effect of exercise on the gastrointestinal system and the effects of probiotic supplementation for endurance athletes. In episode 12 with Advanced Sports Dietitian Gemma Sampson, Jamie explains how probiotics can benefit endurance athletes, when to use them and what to look for when choosing a probiotic supplement.
"Probiotic Supplementation and Athletes" with Dr Jamie Pugh
"We Do Science" - The Performance Nutrition Podcast
Episode 155 of the Institute of Performance Nutrition's "We Do Science" podcast! In this episode, I (Laurent Bannock) discuss "Probiotic Supplementation and Athletes" with Dr Jamie Pugh PhD (Liverpool John Moores University, UK).Discussion Topics Include:Overview of Probiotics, Prebiotics, Gut Microbiota, the Microbiome etc: from general population to elite athletesHow probiotics can benefit the host, and why this potentially matters to some athletesProbiotic supplementation and GI distress and dysfunctionProbiotics and impact on carbohydrate metabolism Practical considerations for probiotic supplementation and athletesPodcast Episode Transcript: Download PDF CopyKey Paper(s) Discussed / Referred to:International Society of Sports Nutrition Position Stand: ProbioticsThe athletic gut microbiotaProbiotic supplementation increases carbohydrate metabolism in trained malecyclists: a randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled crossover trialFour weeks of probiotic supplementation reduces GI symptomsduring a marathon raceRelated Podcast Episodes:#143 - "The Athlete's Gut" with Patrick Wilson RD PhD#135 - "The Microbiome: Mind the Gap" with Jens Walter PhD and Orla O'Sullivan PhD#69 - 'Immunological Aspects of Training & Sports Nutrition' with Professor Michael Gleeson#63 - 'Probiotics and Athletes' with Professor David PyneCheck out our other podcasts, publications, events, and professional education programs for current and aspiring sports nutritionists at www.TheIOPN.com and follow our social media outputs via @TheIOPN
FTP #26: Jamie Pugh, PhD - Probiotic supplementation for health and performance: a balanced overview
Fuel The Pedal podcast
In the last years, research in the area of probiotics has progressed considerably and significant advances have been made in the selection and characterization of specific probiotic cultures. As expected, a growing number of dietary supplements containing probiotics are commercially available worldwide, and the number of products being marketed and claiming to improve the health and performance of athletes continues to increase substantially with common oversimplifications and generalization of a complex topic. In this episode with Dr. Jamie Pugh we’ll present a balanced overview on Probiotic supplementation while recognising how complex the gut microbiota is and the common misinterpretations and limitations of the current research on probiotics use in athletes.
Episode #2 - Jamie Pugh: Probiotics, A New Player In the Sports Supplements World?
The Nutrition, Health and Performance Podcast
Dr Jamie Pugh (PhD) is a post-doctoral research at Liverpool John Moores University. After graduating from world-renowned Loughborough University with first class honours in Sports and Exercise Science, Jamie spent time as a sports science intern with Swansea City FC. After this, Jamie spent time working with PRP Supplements and Aliment Nutrition while studying for a PGCert in Exercise and Nutrition Sciences at University of Chester, before eventually beginning his PhD at Liverpool John Moores University.In this episode we discuss:- How Jamie came to start his PhD and the journey to get there- Working with world-leading experts like Prof. Graeme Close- Common causes of gut symptoms in runners- Jamie's most recent studies including a new study looking at the effect of probiotics on gut symptoms in marathon runners- The Lab4 probiotics used in the study, why these were chosen and what to look for in a probiotic- The most memorable moments of working at Liverpool John Moores University- What's next after completing his PhD, including future studies looking at the effects of probiotics on exercise metabolism
FTP #6: Jamie Pugh, PhD - Feeling lighter from start to finish: Minimizing gastrointestinal symptoms in cyclists
Fuel The Pedal podcast
As Sports Nutritionists besides having to properly fuel cyclists during training and racing, there is also an additional challenge we often face. And that challenge is to try our best to minimize GI symptoms in cyclists. We can prepare a rider for months but if one key meal in a moment surrounding or during the race goes wrong, we can jeopardize months of preparation and condition the rider’s performance for that day. On the other hand, we must make sure these athletes ingest a rather high amount of CHO-rich foods while on the bike in order to be able to sustain higher intensities in latter stages of the race. But this high exercise intensity and high quantity of ingested CHO are also some of the main factors that can also limit gastric emptying, CHO absorption and lead to some GI symptoms to occur, which may have serious consequences for cyclists. On this episode Dr. Jamie Pugh helps us understand the main causes and practical strategies to minimize GI symptoms in cycling. That is why the name of this episode is "Feeling lighter from start to finish..."
SNR #246: Jamie Pugh, PhD – Gastrointestinal Symptoms in Athletes
Sigma Nutrition Radio
Jamie Pugh is a post-doctoral research at Liverpool John Moores University. During his PhD and current work, he has looked at the effect exercise can have on the gastrointestinal system and in more recent work, looked at the effects probiotic supplementation can have on endurance athletes. He has also worked as a consultant nutritionist and physiologist for a number of professional teams and extreme endurance athletes. In This Episode We Discuss The range and severity of symptoms athletes experience Causes of symptoms: physiological, mechanical and nutritional Individual variation in susceptibility to symptoms Lack of association between gut “damage” and symptoms experienced GI distress outside of endurance sport Maximal rates of glucose ingestion: higher than previously thought? Effect of glutamine supplementation Effect of probiotic supplementation Effect of low FODMAP diets Practical steps for practitioners and athletes to mitigate risk JOIN ME IN DUBLIN! Come to Sigma Nutrition Radio LIVE on November 24th. Tickets on sale now: http://sigmanutrition.com/snr-live/