Category Archives for Podcasts

Episode 71: The Calorie Myth With Jonathan Bailor

In this episode we’re joined by fitness and fat loss expert Jonathan Bailor, author of the book, The Calorie Myth. In this riveting interview Jonathan debunks the myths surrounding calories and explains the concept of “set point”, a system within the body that prevents you from losing weight and maintaining those weight loss results. This […]

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Episode 70: Becoming A Weight Loss Pro Part 1 – The Secret To Weight Loss Success

In this episode of Cut The Fat Podcast, we’re going to discuss a philosophy that is critical to your success with burning fat and achieving a lean body this year! Based on the concepts taught by Steven Pressfield in his amazing books, The War of Art and Turning Pro, we’re going to show you how […]

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Episode 69: Weight Loss Motivation Tips

During this podcast episode, Blythe and Ray discuss the true purpose of motivation and how to apply it in real life so that you get the most benefit from the fleeting sensation of motivation. As you’ll learn in this episode on weight loss motivation, you can’t just focus on what motivates you, you must also […]

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Episode 68: Making Fat Loss Stick

In this episode Dr. Ray gets interviewed by Jonathan Bailor on his excellent podcast, The Smarter Science of Slim. The discussion for this episode is centered around the mindset needed for long-term fat loss success.

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Episode 67: Crazy Things Fat Loss Experts Say

In today’s episode Blythe and I do a little “Fat Loss Free-styling” where we “chew the fat”, so to speak, about fat loss. We discuss a number of things that we hear “fat loss expert” say that we feel is not entirely accurate or is actually downright wrong. So, today’s episode is about doing a […]

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Episode 66: It’s NOT All About Carbs!

Recently a listerner, Sam, wrote us about our position on low-carb eating. He referenced an article on leangains.com that seemed to contradict our approach to fat loss. In the article, titled Low-Carb Taliban, the author goes on to equate the low-carb movement to religious fundamentalists who preach unproven concepts and refuse to sway from their […]

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