Science & Chill

Episode 6: Exogenous Ketones for Health and Performance with Dr. Brianna Stubbs

April 2, 2020

In episode 6 of Science and Chill, I interview Dr. Brianna Stubbs, a translational scientist at the Buck Institute.

Dr. Stubbs earned her PhD from Oxford University in metabolic biochemistry, where she began her work on studying the effects of exogenous ketones in health and performance. She continues this work at the Buck and has published many studies on how exogenous ketone supplements might be used for athletic performance, metabolic diseases, and neurological conditions.

We talk ketosis, nerd out on endurance performance, and talk about her rich history as a world-champion rower and her current interests as a triathlete.

I hope you enjoy this wide-ranging conversation with a fascinating researcher!

Relevant links:

Follow Dr. Stubbs on Twitter @BriannaStubbs

Dr. Stubbs' Wikipedia 

Dr. Stubbs Research (Research Gate)

Buck Institute Website 

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