Ben Coomber: The Paleo Diet, Why The Perfect Body ≠ Happiness, and What it’s Like to be Fat

Ben Coomber on The Fat-Burning Man Show

Ben Coomber is a performance nutritionist, coach, writer, and host of “Ben Coomber Radio” – another #1 rated health podcast on iTunes in the UK.

Ben and I just kept on rolling and did a “show swap” this week. So if you enjoy this, head on over and check out my appearance on Ben’s show.

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On today’s show, we talk about:

  • Sneaky tips from an actor on how to be a more effective personal trainer
  • What it feels like to be fat (and why losing weight makes you feel like less of a man)
  • Why getting a terrific body doesn’t make you happy
  • And tons more…

Here’s the show.

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  1. Ben is awesome and your questions were both leading and penetrating. The lump is still in my throat because of your comment that your dad worked hard and dedicated the time (late in life) to became a banjo player …….who ” rocks”! Thanks!

  2. Interested in the blog post about looking back at pictures from 60’s 70’s 80’s! and the change in our shapes because of food and portions. I was just talking with someone today who had observed the same thing. Timely)!!

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