Body IO® FM #13 | Dr. Dominic D'Agostino

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Dominic D’Agostino, PhD., returns to Body IO FM to discuss what his current studies are revealing about ketogenic diets for performance. He is an assistant professor at the University of South Florida College of Medicine, Molecular Pharmacology, and Physiology. He is also a research scientist working on developing and testing nutritional and metabolic therapies for neurological disorders and cancer. To learn more, please visit:
1. Dr. D’Agostino’s Website


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Physicist turned nutrition and performance scientist. Currently considered one of the industry’s leading experts on human metabolism.

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  • Love listening to this podcast. A lot hit home with the college diet. I was a Div. I wrestler and I messed up SO much with the diet. 4 am alarm for a shake, 7 am breakfast…. As a Pro MMA Fighter I love the CBL, Keto cycles, etc. I destroyed a Large pizza last night actually. I truly appreciate all of your work.

    • Buck-Nasty??? Nice to see these diets surfacing more in the MMA world. I’ve had great success with these protocols, and I make 135 easily.

  • I am so thankful for everything you do Kiefer. Learning how to train for strength and a little bit of hypertrophy properly has become so useful. I’m speaking of shockwave modified a bit for feasibility working out alone.

    I can’t get through to people’s heads how dumb it is to spend 2 hours at the gym. Like you just said, they think their results are because of their efforts, not in spite of them. Even though they probably just have enough T to put on muscle with any stimuli. Whateva. Guess I’ll get the body of a Greek God soon and send them your way once I’m done.


  • Great info once again. I work for the railroad and have a crazy schedule. Basically I am in a permanent state of jet lag. It makes for an ideal state to gain weight. I am a powerlifter switching over to bodybuilding. CarbNite is pure genius. I am having incredible results and am getting a ton of co-workers to follow CarbNite. Thanks again Kiefer for all that you do.

  • They really peaked my interest with their brief talk about muscle maintenance in this episode. I think Kiefer should do an entire podcast/article/something on this subject, ’cause the info floating around is pretty crappy. I’d love to know how to go to the gym once a month and not lose muscle haha


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