Nutrition with Judy | Carnivore Diet

201. Exposing Widespread Myths and Lies Regarding 'Healthy' Eating - Vinnie Tortorich

November 07, 2022 Judy Cho
Nutrition with Judy | Carnivore Diet
201. Exposing Widespread Myths and Lies Regarding 'Healthy' Eating - Vinnie Tortorich
Show Notes

I'm excited to sit down with Vinnie Tortorich. We talk about how No Sugar No Grains started, his movies, and much more. Make sure to listen to the full interview to learn more.

Vinnie Tortorich, is an American businessman, author, podcaster, and health and fitness expert who promotes the 'No Sugar No Grains’ (NSNG) lifestyle, a low-carbohydrate diet way of eating. He was a strength and conditioning coach at Newman School in New Orleans.

After moving to Los Angeles where he became a "trainer to the stars," Vinnie began a podcast around 2012 called the Angriest Trainer Podcast. It has since been renamed the Fitness Confidential Podcast. Vinnie has written two books: Monty, a successful children's book, and Fitness Confidential, which tracks his life, including his ultra-cycling career, his battle with Leukemia which began in 2007, and contains his fitness advice, as well. He has founded three companies: Pure Vitamin Club, Pure Coffee Club, and NSNG Foods. He also has three movies: FAT: A Documentary, FAT: A Documentary 2, and Beyond Impossible.

We discuss the following:

  • All about Vinnie Tortorich
  • How No Sugar No Grains started
  • Plant-based foods in Hollywood
  • Beyond Impossible movie
  • Lies from the food industry and the demonization of fat
  • Thoughts on Big Food controlling science and research studies
  • Thoughts on the plant-based food industry
  • Is being vegan healthy?
  • Recommended nutritional guidelines
  • Thoughts on adding carbs for training
  • The most beneficial training for longevity
  • Thoughts on low-carb diet affecting our health
  • Foods they prioritize at home
  • Where to find Vinnie Tortorich




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