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Episode 500: THANKS TO ALL OF YOU WHO LISTEN!!!

James and Mike celebrate their 500th, YIKES, podcast episode. You get to hear the entire intro song (Some People) written and recorded by Pete McCormack. We talk about the history of the podcast, thank a lot of people, and talk about the key messages and the philosophy we have tried to impart over the years. We then discuss a few cases that bring all these ideas into focus. THANKS SO MUCH FOR LISTENING and going on this journey with us. We have had a blast.

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Episode 499: No Gain, No Pain? – Diet-induced weight loss for OA knee pain

In episode 499, James and Mike invite Tina back again to discuss the evidence we have for dieting to lose weight and the impact of that on osteoarthritis knee pain. Overall, there isn’t a lot of evidence but some observational data suggests a benefit Unfortunately the relatively small weight loss achieved from most diets in RCTs did not demonstrate a difference on OA pain.

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No Gain, No Pain? – What is the effect of diet-induced weight loss on osteoarthritis-related knee pain?

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THE NUTRITION PROPOSITION BOOK HAS JUST BEEN RELEASED

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