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Dr Caryn Zinn is a senior lecturer at Auckland University of Technology. She is a New Zealand Registered Dietitian and teaches/researches in the area of nutrition, both from a public health and a sports performance perspective.

Her current research (and that of her students) includes applying the Low Carbohydrate, Healthy Fat (LCHF) nutrition paradigm as a tool for losing weight, improving health and optimising sports performance in a variety of different population groups.

Dr. Zinn is also the co-author of the books ‘What The Fat?’, 'What The Fat?: Sports Performance', 'What The Fast?' and the recently released 'What The Fat?: Recipes'.

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Caryn Zinn
Senior Lecturer в AUT’s Human Potential Centre

Caryn Zinn is a Senior Lecturer at AUT’s Human Potential Centre. She is also a NZ Registered Dietitian with a private practice focussing on whole-food, low carb, healthy fat (LCHF) eating for different client groups. She has recently co-published two books called What The Fat? (WTF?) and WTF? for sports performance, both of focus on the whole-food LCHF philosophy.

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Good morning, everyone. I just want to reiterate what Jeff said and I want to congratulate you for being here. This is a story of an incredibly busy conference. We all live streaming this so you could be sitting in bed with a cup of tea, but you are here and support. So I just want to thank you, and I actually think it's pissed event the passion and the dedication that usually comes in the local community. I'm not to receive this at other conferences. So it's lovely to see if you want I can see it's a fool to thank you.

Forever as a South African Kiwi from Auckland New Zealand. I'm going to be talking to you about building healthy athletes and I just like to say that when I use the word athlete, I am referring to the beginner to the winners. So your weekend warrior athlete who just wants to work American right through to Elite athletes. This is a beautiful picture of the south island of New Zealand. What is the closest I'll talk to being an academic at University and Oakland. I am involved in clinical practice and consultancy. I'm also a book of

books which is what this a serious and proud to say that we've just released this week actually book which is what the fit recipes so consider that. And I don't like to say that I'd like to disclose that. I don't have a personal health story that laid me to log hard. So I'm not coming from a it's weird for me. Therefore it should work for you to special. What some of you might be is still asleep and considering it is actually 6:30 in the morning. So I'm not judging here. So I thought I'd like to take a look at the screen and

see if you can recognize any of these people and I'd like you to use your big voices and just shout out anyone who you might recognize so I would to you tonight. Venus Williams religion saying thank you. Muhammad Ali. Thank you. top top list I'm hearing all the right now. I'm so weak. Phil Mickelson. Did someone get that? Thank you, Martina, Navratilova pet Summit professional basketball team that we could use for the best cousin South African rugby player who passed away two years ago. I said leads we have Muhammad Ali Cassius Williams we have those who is a basketball to

from the 60s to a piece. That's when his career was preaching King David Wells baseball de we have tile love who is American American football. And the first name that I heard people shut out Professor Tim noakes. Thank you. Well done, you are awake enough to Warrant being him. Okay, so what aren't you say is this all these people have something in common and that famous athletes? Well, maybe not Tim noakes. He's not a famous athletes, but he's famous in the world and he's an essay to Samaritan right now or was so I just use a little bit of tired of your license and throw

up on my screen because it's always great to see a smiling Some Nights on a like a presentation. But in general there is a point of that as well in general these athletes on on nose speed by being afflicted by conditions. We have a range of chronic conditions that we see in these athletes when you can see speakerphone. Sorry, I strike us wine system into a person can too much and you aren't arkansans and stockmen's disease right through to the bottom that I can anyone tell me what the common chronic condition my feet.

Hot 2 diabetes my point here is that while exercise absolutely gives you a protective element against disease compared to a couch potato athletes are not immune and I think I want to make this Slide the basis of my toe Sports Nutrition today has been very very focused on optimal Sports Performance and a key element and that is building healthy athletes along the way to look at the the more recent scientific literature, which is supposed to expose this issue as healthy as we think they are particularly in the area of for oral health, which is often

the Forgotten chronic disease, and of course his wife because of all the sugar that we get down get down in the mainstream situation. So I think that this is with lchf really comes into its own many athletes and and cultures and athletic teams believes that you actually can't merge the two efforts about sports performance. It's only about sports performance and I totally disagree. I think that's lchf does a fabulous job at creating between being a high performer and whatever you do and say the quiet

optimal body composition that you might need for your support and find anything healthy another loss of engineers in the Lockhart Community there any Structural Engineers you will know that to build a house you need very strong foundations and that's exactly the way I see it for a slate and health should be that strong foundation. And if you are healthy the rest will come of course if he has the talent to sew lchf. When you look at the Sun so I'm going to talk to you about the sign from the practice of Elsia to look at the history of the sign for the first

few dick has which was 70 to 80 80s. The ancestors of lchf was really apply to in June sport predominantly, why is urine sport was actually the surface because we need to do is look at the size of the fuel sources within the body and you will say that glycogen stools with carbohydrate is stored. Very limited surround 2000 calories a 500g a pretty much endless in comparison to carbohydrates does even the famous athlete has an endless amount of fat straws compared to how much muscle glycogen they have and when the scientists look today, Reliance on this. How

come you utilize how can I tap into this set that's going to provide us with a lot of calories because at the moment we exist in a very called Centric environment, Main Street nutrition guide us to eat carbs carbs carbs. Now I know that the goal of the essay is to achieve something called metabolic flexibility of this conference in the context of his 206 ability refers to be flexible enough to switch between these lies ation of fat and carbohydrates as needed. It's not about using one flew explicitly or another few exclusively. Is

it most of the time Do you want to burn fat when you sleep in sure you want to go to check when you sitting here listening to me not moving when you exercise at low intensity. Of course you do and then you want to be able to tap into that carbohydrates and glycogen when you need it on high intensity exercise sessions. So that is really the goal. What it looks like in the largest athletes that way and you can see that this person is very miserable in the flexible with the calories that I burn in

a, pretty much exclusively from carbohydrate even as low intensity power outputs. They just burn in Cobb. So very very few calories from fat so they're not particularly flexible compare that to someone who has been set a different table and the person is Mission BBQ flexible. So this is a runner and we put them on a treadmill and you can see as we ramped up the intensity on the treadmill that were able to sit for longer periods at a high intensity and then carbohydrate comes in as

needed. The Griffon you write is the aim for athletes to become metabolic reflex about an interchangeable switch between carbs and fat as needed. Tyson is not only about fuel utilisation health and benefits health and performance benefits as well. And a lot of set of the last couple of days enough to summarize this in a little little diagram when you have a lot of security key turns you get arrange a whole range of signaling effects and widespread systemic effects in the body, and these ones are particularly relevant to athletes production of oxidative stress

brain cognition. People know this and fast on La Cava teacher is is a lot easier than high carb and prevent couch right white ratio is important immune function cell membrane metabolism protection as face resistance and particularly for athletes improve recovery and reduce inflammation, so I don't need to sell this Because you know and I have put the references at the bottom, but this is the range of a benefits that we looking at over and above that of just pure

fuel utilisation. Tell me you should be actual studies. I'm just going to summarize as sweet as we go along and I want to start with Cesar Altieri athletes the endurance research. What if we got so I can advise them into three key groups. The first group. This is in the light 70s. The first series of studies was undertaken on endurance athlete way. They would adopt a project called with that would fit a deputy athletes between 1 and 7 days to put them on keto and then the day before the exercise taste feed them at some carbohydrates and then make them perform and what this

group of studies found collectively. Was that a yes that was an improvement in set utilization affect oxidation performance decrease particularly at the point where the athletes and we're trying to get into the highest intensity of the Top Gear. The next series of studies of Oz into the medium-term protocol. So then research to survive in 4 weeks. Once again, we see what device is an oxidation and it was a mixed effect on performance and what I mean by mixed effects is that some of the studies showed that

there was a performance increase in the lock on this relative to the high Converse and some studies show the officers and what's in the positive or negative study of individual variation and outcomes. So you can put it at the bottom line on that decides. It's mixed and take me to the study at your house was a bit longer than we found exactly the same as performance performance about Maltese has decreased. Let me get the number to Methodist research has decided. What what is try The Sparticle for longer than 4 weeks range of Studies have come through and

what is an improvement centralization service and we also found finding that's it in some cases. The power is increasing. So the ability to tap into the high-intensity if it is improving I won't be finding is that the low carb fruits are showing an equal a positive effect relative to high Cobb? So if anyone just looked at that didn't really know the background you can see it rained and what is the trains the trend is time and the longer you should have definitely the most likely to get the

beneficial impact on overall performance from an endurance perspective and also from a high intensity perspective. Looking at strength of high-intensity. These Studies have any really been love looked at in the last few years and if in some really good ones that have come out. I'm just lost some mixed out on Central in terms of performance at we have some that favor strength some that shows a maintenance of intensities. And in the main point here is that we find in the most benefit in the longer Trials of the trials that have

applied a fit at a tizen 4 4 9 12 weeks. And of course we sing reduce body fat in these trials as well to the trolls came out last year cyprian and McSweeney and then I found we had a full week study in a 12-week study and we found some parts of central improvements in the table is compared to the high, so very very encouraging. There was one study that I want to talk about empaths and this is the worth of Eric and Stephanie and his crew and Steve come see if you sitting here or maybe what

I can do it justice, maybe you can jump in if I did anything wrong, but this study the Foster study was groundbreaking for the exercise signs low carb Community if it really was an tinh hoc have x-rays and they put them through 3 hours submaximal test. But the key difference between the study and pretty much any other study that has been done is that the study was done on S plates that have been set it for 9 months and Beyond so I think the range was between 9 months and

City 2 months with an average of 20 months at a Tyson to set at a time and place and I seen what they did was they took muscle biopsies and they took my exercise after 3 hours and then again 2 hours that I sure wouldn't you have wanted to be a subject in that study science. Wonderful. So as you can see on you on your right. Referral traffic at the high top roof and we cut the lock off roof. And what is most interesting about this and it is groundbreaking was that it said muscle glycogen is a limiting factor as to why we see some of the performance drops early on an exercise

and individual responses of the free just after and letter on receipt at the muscle glycogen concentrations were almost identical between the groups. So that was a bit of a head-scratcher and it was explained really well with us and it really excellent study for physiology. So I would encourage everyone to read I'm also so, you know immediately post-exercise the high carb has got high tops shake and low carb has got a knife it said so it was ready mix to you know, what what's a dietary preferences will a protocols with and even with recovery not eating carbohydrates in muscle

glycogen stores were able to recover as well as the high Converse and I didn't have any power. I don't jealous or anything. So well, these guys didn't actually Misha performance. It was Brett Brown's wrecking in terms of a physiology and it was certainly inform future studies. And I'm sure the performance studies will come. But did you take a hit song? This is one slide involving some by chemistry. This is one of the components of of energy systems and at the top left you can see glycolysis. That is the First Response wild carbohydrate metabolism.

And the in point of glycolysis is pyruvate. And then I think it's converted into something cool desotell power. And what does is it inches into the Krebs cycle or the TCA cycle? And that does a few rounds and a generator metabolites, which then goes on to the electron transport chain, not shown here and the doll of these Energy Systems is pretty is to produce ATP and that's what I was talking about. Yesterday ATP is the energy currency is what fuels us. These are some of the pond

supplies and what we are what we know about. Attention of low carb is that we in some people infected most people we see if performance drop when it comes to high intensity area on so what is happening? And what we believe is happening is that it seems to be at the level of this enzyme Called Paradise dehydrogenase. So it's preventing the infant of glycolysis from entering the Krebs cycle to the to the point. We its optimal for for energy production to to facilitate tapping into that that Top Gear

What we also know about short vs. Long-term asset allocation is that we know that Harvest is converted to letters what we seeing those studies that have you spell adaptacion particles that are quite lengthy what we saying is an increase in lifetime, you would ordinarily assumed that they would be a decreased because carbohydrates not really being used if you're not eating it. So what was saying, he has an increase in like to see some of these like to study. So what might be happening is that part of

it is it's not able to go to a store carrots. So it's been shunted in selected which is then used to regenerate glucose in processes. But what is also happening is that part of that is being converted to another metabolites code of seller acetate. So in other words Sunset at attention the physiology to buy chemistry is altering or decton so that any any performance different is avoided special physiology is sitting around but it's definitely related to longer-term studies, which allow the body to experience the full rotations of these headed episode.

That's in all the signs of promise. I'd like to to my attention to practice and I know a lot of people criticize and it was one experiments in the context of Sports Nutrition particularly large have practice is way ahead of the science and it has been for a little while. So I think we can't ignore the initials one experimental experience. We all know if people recreational that have been incredibly successful using official to enhance the performance and hopefully you can recognize some people that I do want to give it a little mention to dance lose who's the guy in the middle of a

super super happy running through the Iron Man, He is an exercise physiologist that works with acid IUD and he just is it is not a professional but he just lets the record The Edge grouper at Kona Ironman and he is yet. He did a great job. He's been locked up since 2012 and it's texting him a long time to find out the Fist Way that works for him. So that's up to him. But I'm not going to look at a few definitions. This is what mainstream carbohydrate recommendations are for sport. If you doing a little sport is

still need between 3 and 5 grams of carbs per kilogram of body weight today. And if you doing very high amounts of sports you need and you have extreme commitment according to do you need to have somewhere between 8 and 12 gram to kilogram body weight to die during amount of carbohydrate that we all got the text about it if you don't getting on a bike for for 5 hours and you are you just been into your glycogen. So every time you see places you need to replace it. So it makes sense why

you need that amount so very much about Italy in flexible. So they have to see that carbohydrate line all the time. So then what's my car for like a spot of Falls trying a. To the dog food? You can see that the low carb is pretty much anything less than 3 grams to kilograms per day and in the Sports World and 150 grams to die. How did I get to that number? Well, it's it is a little bit like throwing a. If you weigh and have 3 grams of carbohydrates today that is

210 grams of carbohydrates is still not an owl's not gods. Ended up with Keisha and keto was a lot more well defined in terms of its macros because the goal is nutritional ketosis, so I went well on this anymore. Parts of an essay comes into my office. Where would we replace them? And I do want to say to you that the N equals one is not only affects the S8. It's about the practitioner to we are not what we do it. We don't have to start and we do if we don't have the signs to

guide us o the protocols are not ready it is which is quite disconcerting for some people but I think it's really exciting because it puts the onus on the athlete announced that working relationship to to optimize working together to find the best outcome office with an imminent events in the next two weeks. What would I do with eating 500 grams of carbohydrate? Nothing nothing. I wouldn't touch with my grandparents and and and continue to tell them, you know, how much called I need per hour of exercise maybe

focus on hydration and perhaps is is tidy up Jacobs. So I might look at some carbohydrate Quality Inn n Wickham and Did you have an endurance athlete coming in? I was going to be in stats stats between now and 3 months. What would you do with it? And well, I'm not sure that that's enough time for optimal outcomes of Montclair around and dropped low carbs, but more gradually and Saturday so that you don't get the keto flu and you might possibly not get the decrease in performance filion NH down regulation of Pediatrics. An

endurance athlete that has got something planned for later in the year. That's enough time so we can actually go but its end. Start your body adapt and get the kids are smarter chondral at a tie shoes during your training sessions and a new experience the benefits of the time you get you if you're not going to have any problems with being able to tap into that top again. I've got an event in a month's time and I want to do keto I'm going well. I'm not sure if I'd recommend it and it said what I'm going to do it anyway, so I'll

support you and I don't experience a drop off in performance. There is a very individual night today. Strength power athletes, maybe put them somewhere around a hundred grams. What about a young athlete of the month in a mainstream audience and kind of freaked out runs around and needs lots of energy and carbohydrate is only one energy source looking just looking around and sterilization of blood sugar and Worcestershire to during the day in the community good I should be doing.

Then of course we get a therapeutic so athletes with diabetes and to be honest major difference between type-1 or type-2. I fits you just one condition when you were logical conditions end and that's when you can really hard in on those therapeutic benefits of of times. I've had a good amount of success with my with my athletes with concussion using keto which is very interesting and untapped intuitive research. What my way to try to call again is my Wiccan protocol

does need to be your comfort of campy S8 comes into my office get this headed after this. I want to do a lot of Cobb we can do this one of two ways. We can go straight to Quito 2250 grams carbohydrate context in your situation at the price. So drop carbohydrates in a little bit more tragedy. Quick keto space what might happen short-term certificate see what happens in a range of a message is that they got Keisha's I feel amazing the report the sense of clarity the endurance II get on

a bus and just go on forever, but the minute says go to have a quick print out the hills that can keep up. So they lose their topping performance. You see it in practice. It's nice to see a mechanism for word. What happens they what do you say to that? I say this word I say Have to eat some concrete in hot enough and it'll come right. Let's integrate a little bit of carbohydrate in small quantities at specific times and those times we need to negotiate what size times and I found that even 10 gram

increments tangram tangram tangram set 20 or 30 grams of carbohydrate allows s place to find The Sweet Spot relax and enjoy the benefits of of endurance and I also able to tap into the top-end along with getting the benefits of that sweet spot candy found long time again cycling in and out of ketosis if they want to you'll find that SEC wanted to fix s various things longer while looking at dance lose to eat around a hunting Sushi grams of carbohydrates in general, so it's okay, but is Sydney heater for a long time to get free fat

adapted? Why do some athletes suffer with a performance drop and others Giant? I have no idea and that's where we need more research. Essential tools for my athletes. I tell athletes that if they're going to be in case they need to monitor. So you shouldn't say things like that about in terms of the effects of high intensity vs. Endurance and what it shows on on keto and so we need more research their friend and you can choose any Fu like let's go to make sense to you you

going to be able to use it and cross economy to the outside as a as a try display. So I took them I should be happy. I said that you like some of the daughter of Isis off country-specific and someone will plenty than others but athletes need to take Apollo's does Edward come with Omeprazole to get to where they want to be. What about nutrition free doing in post-exercise stream and make sure they are rules and again to see what these rules are before you exercise. Do you need between

1 and 4 grams of carbohydrates for every kilogram of your body ride somewhere between one and four hours before you exercise sufficiently bag ready to turn into what you want. But am I even in sign that we took him for someone lets his arm reset 50 kilos that's between 50 and 200 grams of carbohydrate efficient. That's that's a lot. Do it again and Rangers based on what sort of timeframe directions of God and you can see when you get over an hour. You got some quite aggressive carbohydrate recovery statistics degree, and even up to 90

grams per hour and then if it is all about restoring muscle glycogen as quickly and as efficiently as possible and it's not all about replenishing muscle glycogen Christine stefanik Anthony, we know that I can do it on its own. 34 people exercise it might be that you have not a carbohydrate what might be that he has a little if you never have a lot during training and racing and that's an important point in late as it is, so I'm training that's what you want to get to Optimal mitochondria meditations and feta passion has little

carbohydrate is possible during training right thing as a different story. When you look at the mainstream rules and you look at the log have rolls, you can see that some of them can match up and some athletes can get away with having a quarter of the mainstream recommendations for 15 grams of carbs per kilogram body weight 60 and for very long without Ranger even after 90. That sounds a little bit counterintuitive, but they are many athletes that have found out that if they try and love

and complete high that is something that works for them. You have little risk of missing out of the adaptations that you spent so long doing on one rice. Is that going to be healthy? So I'm all that sugar minott, but you anyway I said once every now and again, so all that sugar in one rice. It's not going to be what you doing most of the time for Recovery. What do you have for this not aggressive muscle glycogen replacement needed. So that's what you want to have a low carb Meal have if nothing ever have a little bit if you are

recreational a Vienna sausage. Okay, I wanted to mention cookie the types of food and fluids of people might have during again. I'm referring to endurance because that's what is the time Factor this and you might be surprised by what you see here. What electrolytes pessimist but for those people who need a bit more carbohydrates where they're going to get it from water? What's the difference? Not a whole lot Jose vs. Dice commercial sports sports bars versus

her meds the spools. What is the difference the bodies? She said as the same Sugar Sugar song Shu quadratus when they're having whole food and that's okay because there's so much more that goes to a good performance and also said how you feel the major aspects is huge. And if you are feeling good, so what do you think that can contribute to enhance performance? Sonic I need people choose again you look at some of the some of the top athletes some of this we said we were to visit New Zealand have chosen to use sports drink and

gels on the hour every hour during an armed man that got no particularly healthy. That's what they found works best for them. MCT powder first people who actually won set instant hit of effect that you can that you can also buy squared away and see if it starts which was mentioned yesterday by but I'm not convinced him of the superstars when it comes to General low carb is best for diabetes. Absolutely. So I having having a sports drink that doesn't innocent an incident response is Stephanie going to be a good idea. But so to conclude the

take-home messages from this as far as time and time is everything and I think if you communicate with an SAT, even if they do find a drop in performance, at least I will know about it and it's not going to it's not going to be a surprise to them. So timing is important and time is everything. It's not just about still utilisation and Cobbs. There was a dinner could bet on Sports Nutrition was between coordinating a mekras. My Citi Trends on Creative important. And those are the things that towel the metabolic

processes in the body. So I was just letting their father might not be necessary for the body issue is a grite deliver a vehicle to deliver micronutrients. So I'm not going to throw it out just yet people need to make sure the energy is coordinated ultimate to facilitate the body composition changes that they need in relation to their performance. And finally, I just want to say that the initials my next experiment is so potent as guiding us Summit, but it's also really nice to see the signs catching up princess for you and thank you very much.

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