We’re excited to bring you Episode 157 of The BibRave Podcast! This week’s episode is brought to you by our friends at SABRE, the brand that keeps up safe when we run – save 20% on your personal self-defense items using “SABRERUN” at checkout. Episode 157 is also brought to you by The DC Wonder Woman Run Series. Use the code “BIBRAVE10” and save $10 on any of their nationwide Wonder Woman running events 🌟.
This week Tim and Julia are speaking with Dina Griffin. Dina is a Sports Dietitian who specializes in optimizing health to prevent disease, deficiencies, and breakdowns via personalized sports nutrition coaching in Boulder, Colorado. They talk with Dina about using foods as medicine, prevention, and even how they impact our hormones and sex drive.
Have you checked out our latest podcast special series? 😍 Check out Making It: an AfterShokz Podcast Series by BibRave with PGA golfer, Jim Knous, in Episode 2! Jim was the LAST golfer to earn his PGA Tour card last year, and his story of making it as a pro golfer is super inspiring.
And, if you enjoyed this episode, we would love it if you could leave us a review on iTunes! Want to join the podcast conversation? Message us on social – Twitter, Instagram, or Facebook – and don’t forget to use the hashtags #BibChat & #BRPodcast!
- SABRE – Save 20% using “SABRERUN”
- DC Wonder Woman Run Series – Save $10 using “BIBRAVE10”
- The Nutrition Mechanic: TW, IG, FB
- Tim’s favorite brand of eggs: Pete and Gerry’s
- Food as medicine
- Keto and low carb diets
- Diet and Sleep
- Follow Team BibRave on social!
For those digging the sweet ukulele intro music, that comes to us from the talented musician and running coach, Matt Flaherty. Check out his site for more audio goodness!
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Thanks, and hope you enjoy!
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