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276: Dr. Ryan P. Lowery on all things Keto
This week on Low Carb Conversations with Leah Williamson NTP and Guests, Leah is joined by special guest host Shelley Gawith and guest Dr. Ryan P. Lowery  Ryan is Co-Author of The Ketogenic Bible which focuses on the science and practical application behind the ketogenic diet.   Sit back and relax while Leah and Shelley discuss the latest health news headlines with special guests. This week on the podcast Leah, Shelley and Ryan discuss the latest news headlines on Keto.   8 Common Keto Diet Mistakes You Could Be Getting Wrong This is Why You’re Not Losing Weight on the Ketogenic Diet Top Keto Supplements You Need for Your Workout Your brain absolutely cannot resist doughnuts – here’s why Vancouverites are freaking out over this $38 hot dog water Ryan is a wealth of knowledge on a Ketogenic lifestyle so do not miss this episode! In this episode Leah mentions she has started work at My Keto Clinic.  If you are in the Brisbane area - come in and try a Keto coffee at My Keto Hub and take a look at the programs My Keto Clinic has to offer. Leah will be seeing clients there and is still available for online consultations for those that do not live near Brisbane. Work with Leah! Leah is a Nutritional Therapy Practitioner and has appointments available for online consultation – one on one or in small groups. This is available to anyone looking to improve their health through low carb real food principles for themselves and their families (Australia, USA). If you would like to chat before making an appointment then please email Leah at info@nourishingconversations.com Join our Facebook Community! Looking to become a Nutritional Therapy Practitioner? You can find the list of upcoming courses here: https://www.nutritionaltherapy.com/locations Make sure you put Low Carb Conversations in the referral and let us know so we can give you a shout out on the podcast!
166: Round 1 - Cohost Contest With Noelle Tarr, Jamie Koonce, and Stephanie Person
Nutritional Therapy Practitioner and Certified Personal Trainer Noelle Tarr, Certified Functional Medicine Practitioner and Licensed Acupuncturist Jamie Koonce and ketogenic diet specialist Stephanie Person join our host Jimmy Moore today in Episode 166 of "Low-Carb Conversations With Jimmy Moore & Friends!"   After being gone since September from this listener-supported podcast dedicated to sharing cutting-edge news and educated views on the latest in the world of health, we are back with a whole lot of changes happening. The most significant change is our longtime and beloved cohost Dietitian Cassie has decided to move on as she has become quite busy in her Healthy Simple Life business as of late. We are so proud of Cassie and wish her well in the next chapter of her life (she'll be back one last time as a guest friend on January 8, 2016). With the absence of a cohost for veteran health podcaster Jimmy Moore, we decided to let YOU the listeners help us find a brand new cohost to join Jimmy on Fridays beginning in 2016. Over the next three weeks, we will be conducting a Low-Carb Conversations cohost contest featuring nine incredible candidates from a wide variety of backgrounds in the low-carb, ketogenic, Paleo, and the real food movement. We'll feature three contestants per week for the first three weeks of December and the winners of those three episodes will return for one more final showdown on Friday, January 1, 2016 where you and your fellow listeners will decide who you want to be the brand new cohost. Sound like fun? We can't wait to watch all of this unfold in the coming weeks. Here are the first three contestants we have for you in this week's episode with Jimmy's Periscope video feature on each of them: CONTESTANT #1 - Noelle Tarr from CoconutsAndKettlebells.comhttps://vimeo.com/145174371CONTESTANT #2 - Jamie Koonce from Energized.Lifehttps://vimeo.com/145327006CONTESTANT #3 - Stephanie Person from StephaniePerson.comhttps://vimeo.com/145444941CLICK HERE to vote for your favorite contestant in Round 1--Voting will end on Tuesday, December 8, 2015! In today's episode, Jimmy, Noelle, Jamie, and Stephanie discuss the fine line between eating clean and becoming orthorexic, the rise in cash-only concierge healthcare from doctors fed up with the system, a survey of vegetarians who admit they eat meat when they get drunk, a columnist's claim that Paleo didn't work for her, the addition of real butter to the McDonald's Egg McMuffin and what that means, and whether a new mother nearly died from eating a low-carb, ketogenic diet. Don't miss the closing statements from each of the contestants where they share why they should be Jimmy's new cohost. VOTE HERE NOW! LOW-CARB CONVERSATIONS IS LISTENER-SUPPORTED!:CLICK HERE to support this podcast! LINKS MENTIONED IN EPISODE 166- We’re LISTENER-SUPPORTED: DONATE HERE!- Noelle Tarr from CoconutsAndKettlebells.com- Jamie Koonce from Energized.Life- Stephanie Person from StephaniePerson.com- Secret Headline #1 for Noelle Orthorexia: the clean eating obsession that makes you dangerously ill- Noelle’s Headline to lead with all of the panelists: Cash-only doctors abandon the insurance system- Secret Headline #2 for Jamie: Survey: 1 in 3 vegetarians admits to eating meat when drunk- Jamie's Headline to lead with all of the panelists: Why Paleo Didn’t Work For Me- Secret Headline #3 for Stephanie: McDonald's added butter to one of its most popular menu items — and sales are soaring- Stephanie's Headline to lead with all of the panelists: New mother nearly DIES from a low carb diet: 32-year-old developed life-threatening condition after ditching bread, rice and pasta while breastfeeding- PLACE YOUR VOTE IN ROUND 1
147: Kerianne 'Boston' Crandall And Dana Monsees Question FDA Targeting Kind Bars
Integrative Nutrition Health Coach Dana Monsees and a scientist looking to change medicine through research named Kerianne "Boston" Crandall join our hosts Jimmy Moore and Dietitian Cassie today in Episode 147 of "Low-Carb Conversations With Jimmy Moore, Dietitian Cassie & Friends!"   Friday, Friday, Friday! It's that special day of the week where we get together for a romp through the latest health headlines with some of our favorite friends in the low-carb health community. We work hard to find articulate and gabby people willing to share from their experience eating and living a healthy lifestyle. What do you think about what you've been hearing on this podcast? If you like what we're doing here, then consider making a financial contribution to help keep this listener-supported podcast on the air. CLICK HERE to make a donation of any amount to join the Conversations Club. THANK YOU FOR YOUR SUPPORT! WHY IS THE FDA GOING AFTER THE MAKERS OF KIND BARS?The FDA Would Love It If Kind Bars Could Stop Pretending They're Healthy In today's episode, our co-hosts Jimmy Moore and Dietitian Cassie are joined by an Integrative Nutrition Health Coach named Dana Monsees from "Real Food With Dana" and Clean Eating, Lifting, Rugby, Scientist, Educator and Survivor living with PCOS, IBS and autoimmune stupidity looking to change medicine through research named Kerianne "Boston" Crandall from "This Ordered Life." Listen to Jimmy and Cassie banter at the beginning about what's up in their world. DR. JASON FUNG ASKS WHY MONEY TRUMPS HEALTH IN RESEARCHFollow the research money: why some doctors betray patients’ trust on diet Listen in as Jimmy, Cassie, Boston, and Dana talk about the FDA going after Kind Bars for claiming they're healthy because they contain 1g saturated fat, a new study about why more than two-thirds of people taking antidepressants may not actually need to, how the pope and UK's prime minister have cut carbs in their diet to lose weight and get healthy, a column by Dr. Jason Fung about the indelible tie between Big Food/Big Pharma and medical research, new research shows DNA in mice controls hunger and appetite, comparing the high-carb vs. high-fat diets of two elite athletes, and why an omelette is a better option for breakfast than coffee cake. Plus, don't miss Dana's Avocado Crack Sauce recipes and other nutrition tips at the end of the show! It's time to pull up a chair, grab a cup of coffee and let's talk! “LOW-CARB CONVERSATIONS” PODCAST IS LISTENER-SUPPORTED!:CLICK HERE to support this podcast! LINKS MENTIONED IN EPISODE 147- We’re LISTENER-SUPPORTED: DONATE HERE!- Dana Monsees from "Real Food With Dana"- Kerianne "Boston" Crandall from "This Ordered Life"- SECRET HEADLINE: The FDA Would Love It If Kind Bars Could Stop Pretending They're Healthy- More than two thirds of people taking antidepressants 'may NOT actually have depression': Doctors discover many do not meet the official criteria- Doctors Tell Pope Francis To Cut Back On Pasta- Cameron's breadmaker gathers dust as PM gives up carbs in the 'great patriotic struggle' with his weight- Follow the research money: why some doctors betray patients’ trust on diet by Dr. Jason Fung- RELATED PODCAST: The LLVLC Show #945: Dr. Jason Fung Exposes Two Big Lies And How To Reverse Type 2 Diabetes- Tiny Bits Of DNA Control Hunger Neurons- Cristiano Ronaldo's Carb-Based Diet vs. Tim Howard's Fat-Based Paleo Diet- At brunch next time, pass on the coffee cake and have an omelette- RECIPE: Dana's Secret Recipe GUACAMOLE! (Avocado Crack Sauce)
146: Dr. Jen Landa And Lily Nichols Explain Why Diabetics Tend To Earn Less Money
OB/GYN, Preventive and Regenerative Medicine physician, and author Dr. Jen Landa and Registered Dietitian, Pilates enthusiast, and author Lily Nichols join our hosts Jimmy Moore and Dietitian Cassie today in Episode 146 of "Low-Carb Conversations With Jimmy Moore, Dietitian Cassie & Friends!"   It's a privilege to bring you news, views, opinions, and talking points to what's going on in the world of health. The headlines in the mainstream media can sometimes be frustrating and we're here to help you make heads and tails of what they mean to you. We're grateful for all of our amazing listeners who support us in this effort to educate, entertain, and inspire you to keep your head held high in this journey to optimal health. If you'd like to join your fellow listeners in supporting us, then CLICK HERE to make a donation of any amount to help keep us on the air. THANK YOU FOR YOUR SUPPORT! WOULD YOU EAT MCDONALD'S NEW ARTISAN GRILLED CHICKEN?McDonald’s moves toward simpler ingredients In today's episode, our co-hosts Jimmy Moore and Dietitian Cassie are joined by an OB/GYN and Preventive and Regenerative Medicine physician named Dr. Jennifer Landa from "Endless Energy Boundless Possibilities" who has authored a book on female sexual health entitled The Sex Drive Solution for Women: Dr. Jen's Power Plan to Fire Up Your Libido as well as a Registered Dietitian and Pilates enthusiast named Lily Nichols from "Pilates Nutritionist" who has a passion for real food nutrition sharing about it in her new book Real Food for Gestational Diabetes: An Effective Alternative to the Conventional Nutrition Approach. These two ladies have so much knowledge and experience to share about today's health headlines. DO YOUR FRUIT AND VEGETABLES HAVE TO BE PERFECT?We’re throwing away tons of fruits and veggies for not being pretty enough Listen in as Jimmy, Cassie, Jen, and Lily talk about the new version of chicken that McDonald's will serve with simpler ingredients, why the federal government wants to start weighing kids in daycare, an elementary school student who got a letter from school stating she's fat, why people with diabetes tend to earn less money than non-diabetics, someone who claims she needs gluten to function, an op-ed on why red meat is not the enemy in our health it is made out to be, and why millions of pounds of fruits and vegetables are removed from the food supply because they're not pretty enough. Plus, don't miss the nutrition tips at the end of the show! So, pull up a chair, grab a cup of coffee and let's talk! “LOW-CARB CONVERSATIONS” PODCAST IS LISTENER-SUPPORTED!:CLICK HERE to support this podcast! LINKS MENTIONED IN EPISODE 146- We’re LISTENER-SUPPORTED: DONATE HERE!- Dr. Jennifer Landa from "Endless Energy Boundless Possibilities"- Dr. Landa's book The Sex Drive Solution for Women: Dr. Jen's Power Plan to Fire Up Your Libido- Lily Nichols from "Pilates Nutritionist"- Lily's book Real Food for Gestational Diabetes: An Effective Alternative to the Conventional Nutrition Approach- SECRET HEADLINE: McDonald’s moves toward simpler ingredients- Feds to Weigh Children in Daycare- Parent outraged over school fitness letter- If You're One Of The World's 382 Million Diabetics, Your Wages May Dip- I Need Gluten! And My Body Loves It!- Red Meat Is Not the Enemy- We’re throwing away tons of fruits and veggies for not being pretty enough
151: Kiersten Peterson Examines What Happens To Gut Bacteria Eating McDonald's
Nutritional Therapy Practitioner and foodie blogger Kiersten Peterson joins our hosts Jimmy Moore and Dietitian Cassie today in Episode 151 of "Low-Carb Conversations With Jimmy Moore, Dietitian Cassie & Friends!" We've come to our final Friday episode for a few weeks while our hosts Jimmy Moore and Dietitian Cassie (as well as our podcast producer Kevin Kennedy-Spaien) set sail on the 8th Annual Low-Carb Cruise. The health headlines never stop even when we are away, so we'll keep a close eye out for the ones that warrant our attention and promise to get to the best of the best (or worst of the worst!) when we return in mid-June. THANK YOU for your listening and supporting us with this podcast and CLICK HERE to make a donation of any amount to give financially towards this listener-supported podcast. THANK YOU FOR YOUR SUPPORT! WHAT'S THE APPLE WATCH LIKE FOR HEALTH ENTHUSIASTS? In today's episode, our co-hosts Jimmy Moore and Dietitian Cassie are joined by Kiersten Peterson from the "Vibrant Life Army Wife" blog who authored an incredible ebook entitled Butter Your Broth. Listen to Jimmy and Cassie banter a bit at the beginning about Jimmy's new Apple Watch with all the health features it has and Olive Garden's new Breadstick sandwiches introduced in an effort to boost sluggish sales. HOW QUICKLY CAN GUT BACTERIA CHANGE EATING MCDONALD'S?Here’s What Eating Nothing But McDonalds for 10 Days Does to Your Gut Bacteria Listen in as Jimmy, Cassie, and Kiersten give their thoughts on how quickly gut health changes can happen on a fast food diet, why childhood obesity has become a concern for national security, why the FDA wants to go after natural health product makers, another study showing the connection between Alzheimer's and diabetes, five dubious carbohydrates that are supposed to help with weight loss, the rise in the scientific interest of n=1 experiments, the impact of switching to an all-organic diet, and the powerful effects of fructose that make you choose it over a monetary reward. Plus don't miss Kiersten's Anti-Inflammatory Bone Broth recipe from Butter Your Broth to help end this episode. So it's time to pull up a chair, grab a cup of coffee and let's talk! NOTE: There will be no Low-Carb Conversations podcasts the next few weeks as Jimmy and Cassie are on the Low-Carb Cruise. We'll return with brand new episodes on Friday, June 12, 2015. “LOW-CARB CONVERSATIONS” PODCAST IS LISTENER-SUPPORTED!:CLICK HERE to support this podcast! LINKS MENTIONED IN EPISODE 151- We’re LISTENER-SUPPORTED: DONATE HERE!- Kiersten Peterson at the "Vibrant Life Army Wife" blog- Butter Your Broth ebook- SECRET HEADLINE: Here’s What Eating Nothing But McDonalds for 10 Days Does to Your Gut Bacteria- Retired Generals Say Kids Today Are Too Fat To Fight- Lawmakers want FDA to crack down on soap makers- New link between diabetes, Alzheimer's found- 5 Carbs That Can Actually Help You Lose Weight- Personalized medicine: Time for one-person trials- The Organic Effect: What Happens When You Switch to Organic Food- This Type Of Sugar Will Make You Choose Food Over Money- RECIPE: Anti-Inflammatory Bone Broth from Butter Your Broth
155: Mike & Deanna Mutzel Get Their Nerd On Talking Gluten, Fat, And Sugar
Nutritional health, functional medicine expert, and author Mike Mutzel and his chiropractor and real food enthusiast wife Deanna Mutzel join our hosts Jimmy Moore and Dietitian Cassie today in Episode 155 of "Low-Carb Conversations With Jimmy Moore, Dietitian Cassie & Friends!"   After taking last week off for the 4th of July holiday weekend, Jimmy and Cassie are back today with another fabulous excursion through the latest health headlines with two more incredible guest friends. Even when they're away, our cohosts are constantly scouring the Internet to find the latest and greatest information making news in health. We always try to stay on top of what's happening and bring it to you with educated opinions each and every Friday. If you like what you hear, then CLICK HERE to make a donation of any amount to give financially towards this listener-supported podcast. THANK YOU FOR YOUR SUPPORT! KRISPY KREME SELLING A DOZEN DONUTS FOR 78 CENTSKrispy Kreme Celebrating Birthday Selling Dozen Donuts For 78 Cents In today's episode, our co-hosts Jimmy Moore and Dietitian Cassie are joined by nutritional health and functional medicine expert Mike Mutzel from "High Intensity Health", author of the new book Belly Fat Effect: The Real Secret About How Your Diet, Intestinal Health, and Gut Bacteria Help You Burn Fat and health podcaster at "High Intensity Health Radio with Mike Mutzel" on iTunes as well as Mike's chiropractor and real food enthusiast wife Deanna Mutzel. Listen to Jimmy and Cassie banter at the beginning about Cassie spending time with world-traveling LCHF nutritional health expert Emily Maguire from "Low Carb Genesis" this past week in Minnesota and Krispy Kreme Celebrating Its Birthday By Selling A Dozen Donuts For 78 Cents today in case you noticed there were a lot more donuts in the break room at work today. IS THE LOW-FAT DIET FINALLY COMING TO A MERCIFUL END?2015 US Dietary Guidelines: Lifting the Ban on Total Dietary Fat Listen in as Jimmy, Cassie, Mike, and Deanna express themselves about the latest health headlines, including an op-ed denying the problem with gluten in our diet, a new proposal by Dr. Dariush Mozaffarian and Dr. David Ludwig proposing lifting the ban on total dietary fat in the 2015 Dietary Guidelines for Americans, the ramifications of the FDA calling for the removal of trans fat in food within the next three years, new proposed sugar listing changes on nutrition labels in Canada, General Mills deciding to remove fake colors and flavors from their cereals, a case study of how a 19-year old Type 1 diabetic restored his beta cell function with a Paleo-styled ketogenic diet, and the powerful benefits to brain health of taking regular nature walks. And don't forget to stick around for nutrition tips at the end of the show. So pull up a chair, grab a cup of coffee and let's talk! “LOW-CARB CONVERSATIONS” PODCAST IS LISTENER-SUPPORTED!:CLICK HERE to support this podcast! LINKS MENTIONED IN EPISODE 155- We’re LISTENER-SUPPORTED: DONATE HERE!- Mike Mutzel from "High Intensity Health"- Belly Fat Effect: The Real Secret About How Your Diet, Intestinal Health, and Gut Bacteria Help You Burn Fat- Mike on Twitter- Mike on Facebook- "High Intensity Health Radio with Mike Mutzel" on iTunes- Deanna Mutzel on Instagram- SECRET HEALTH HEADLINE: The Myth of Big, Bad Gluten- JAMA: The 2015 US Dietary Guidelines: Lifting the Ban on Total Dietary Fat- FDA orders food manufacturers to stop using trans fat within three years- Proposed new nutrition labels would offer more info on sugar- General Mills cereal to drop artificial colors, flavors- Type 1 diabetes mellitus successfully managed with the paleolithic ketogenic diet- New research suggests nature walks are good for your brain
161: Jess Paige And Theresa Kavouras Look At That Recent Low-Fat vs. Low-Carb Study
Low-carb, high-fat Paleo blogger Jess Paige and former meteorologist and ketogenic marathon-running blogger Theresa Kavouras join our hosts Jimmy Moore and Dietitian Cassie today in Episode 161 of "Low-Carb Conversations With Jimmy Moore, Dietitian Cassie & Friends!"   Headlines, headlines, headlines. They are seemingly endless in the world of health pumping out information to the masses who generally buy them at face value without digging deeper into what the real story is all about. The media is quite savvy in their ability to craft a compelling headline to capture eyeballs, but they don't always represent the real deal when it comes to the overall message being conveyed. That's why we're here to provide you with educated news and views to know how to respond to the headlines people are talking about. If you like what you hear, then CLICK HERE to make a donation of any amount to give financially towards this listener-supported podcast. THANK YOU FOR YOUR SUPPORT! WHAT'S WRONG WITH THAT RECENT LOW-CARB VS. LOW-FAT STUDY?Low-fat diet better than low-carb diet for trimming body fat In today's episode, our co-hosts Jimmy Moore and Dietitian Cassie welcome in an amazing young Canadian low-carb, high-fat Paleo blogger named Jess Paige from "JessPaigeLCHF" and a former meteorologist and ketogenic marathon-running blogger named Theresa Kavouras from "Neon Is My Color". Listen to Jimmy and Cassie banter a bit at the beginning about how Jimmy's brand new book with Maria Emmerich called The Ketogenic Cookbook has officially become an international bestseller hitting #3 on the Cooking and Food category in The Globe and Mail this week and Cassie announcing she is definitely doing that webinar class she recently talked about. IS THE SCALE YOUR FRIEND OR FOE IN YOUR WEIGHT LOSS PURSUIT?Don't fear the scale: Why you may want to weigh in daily Listen in as Jimmy, Cassie, Jess, and Theresa talk about what's wrong with that recent low-fat vs. low-carb fat loss study, an encouraging new paper examining the evidence behind whether cutting saturated fat improves heart disease risk, the "evidence" that artificial sweeteners are better than sugar, the pros and cons of weighing yourself daily, how a compelling Australian television report on cholesterol resulted in less statin drug use, and five amazing tips for maintaining a low-carb lifestyle. Plus, don't miss the nutrition tips and recipes like Bulletproof Chocolate Avocado Pudding at the end. So it's time to pull up a chair, grab a cup of coffee and let's talk! “LOW-CARB CONVERSATIONS” PODCAST IS LISTENER-SUPPORTED!:CLICK HERE to support this podcast! LINKS MENTIONED IN EPISODE 161- We’re LISTENER-SUPPORTED: DONATE HERE!- Jess Paige from "JessPaigeLCHF"- Theresa Kavouras from "Neon Is My Color"- SECRET HEADLINE: Low-fat diet better than low-carb diet for trimming body fat- Cutting saturated fat doesn't necessarily reduce heart disease risk- Soybean oil causes more obesity than coconut oil, fructose- The Evidence Supports Artificial Sweeteners Over Sugar- Don't fear the scale: Why you may want to weigh in daily- RELATED BLOG POST: Skip the Scale- Australians cut back on or stopped taking statins following ABC Catalyst story, researchers find- RELATED BLOG POST: ABC’s ‘Catalyst’ Program Gets To The ‘Heart Of The Matter’ On Cholesterol- Five Tips for Maintaining a Low Carb Lifestyle Bulletproof Chocolate Avocado Pudding2 Ripe Haas Avocados2 Tbs MCT Oil3 Tbs Dark Cocoa Powder2-3 Tbs Birch based Xylitol1/2 tsp espresso powder or Dynamic Greens Espresso Flavor1/4 tsp Sea Salt Place all ingredients into a food processor and process about 3-5 minutes until smooth. Refrigerate and enjoy!
142: Emma and Carla Papas On McDonald's Trying To Get Healthier Serving Kale
Australian health and wellness sister bloggers Emma and Carla Papas join our hosts Jimmy Moore and Dietitian Cassie today in Episode 142 of "Low-Carb Conversations With Jimmy Moore, Dietitian Cassie & Friends!" It's time for another fun-filled Friday through the health headlines with another dynamic duo of guest friends bringing their passion and enthusiasm for low-carb nutrition, healthy living, and being a bit goofy, too. Laughter is good medicine for the soul and we try to deliver it in spades each and every week for you our listeners. Along the way, we get out some great opinions on what's making news in the world of diet, fitness and health. What do you think about this podcast? If you like the format, then CLICK HERE to make a donation of any amount to help keep us on the air. THANK YOU FOR YOUR SUPPORT! WOULD YOU GO TO MCDONALD'S IF THEY SERVED KALE?McDonald’s is so desperate it’s thinking about selling kale In today's episode, our co-hosts Jimmy Moore and Dietitian Cassie are joined by a delightful pair of amazingly energetic sisters from Australia named Emma and Carla Papas from "The Merrymaker Sisters" blog. Listen to Jimmy and Cassie talk about 2015’s Metro Areas with the Biggest & Smallest Weight Problems where Jimmy's area of Greenville/Spartanburg, South Carolina came in the fourth worst for obesity and diabetes. Jimmy heard a local talk radio show host sharing about how people need to eat less and exercise more to deal with this problem and he had to call. Listen to our hosts share about how that all went down.Jimmy and Cassie share about CAN YOU BELIEVE STATINS CAN CAUSE HEART DISEASE?Statins stimulate atherosclerosis and heart failure Listen in as Jimmy, Cassie, Emma, and Carla talk about how desperate McDonald's is to revive their sluggish sales that they're considering adding kale to their menu, a new way to predict Alzheimer's disease at 20, a new study that argues statins actually lead to atherosclerosis and heart disease, a Joslin Diabetes doctor shares his concern over high-carb diets for diabetes, the unintended health consequences of putting fluoride in drinking water, a new World Health Organization edict to cut added sugars in diet of adults and children, an Elle magazine story about the problem with the low-fat diet, and a Minneapolis public school district serving locally-sourced, grass-fed beef in school lunches. Plus we've got a fantastic sweetener-free Chocolate Coconut Raw Cake recipe from the ladies at the end. So time to pull up a chair, grab a cup of coffee and let's talk! “LOW-CARB CONVERSATIONS” PODCAST IS LISTENER-SUPPORTED!:CLICK HERE to support this podcast! LINKS MENTIONED IN EPISODE 142- We’re LISTENER-SUPPORTED: DONATE HERE!- Emma and Carla Papas at "The Merrymaker Sisters"- SECRET HEADLINE: McDonald's Reports Global Comparable Sales For February- SECRET HEADLINE: McDonald’s is so desperate it’s thinking about selling kale- Early Signs Of Alzheimer's Disease Found In Patients As Young As 20- STUDY: Statins stimulate atherosclerosis and heart failure: pharmacological mechanisms.- Nutrition Revolution: The End of the High Carbohydrates Era for Type 2 Diabetes Prevention and Management- Fluoride in drinking water may trigger depression and weight gain, warn scientists- WHO calls on countries to reduce sugars intake among adults and children- If The Low-Fat Diet Is A Lie, What The Hell Should We Eat?- Grass-fed beef from Spring Grove on menu for Minneapolis students The Merrymaker Sisters' Chocolate Coconut Raw CakeBASE:2 cups walnuts1/2 cup unsweetened shredded coconut1/4 cup raw cacao powder2 tbs. ghee or coconut oil1 tsp. 100% vanilla extractpinch of salt FILLING:1 1/2 cups unsweetened dessicated coconut1 1/2 cups coconut milk1/4 cup ghee or coconut oil1/4 cup raw cacao powder1/4 cup organic coffee beans (optional)1 tsp. 100% vanilla extractpinch of salt Line the base of an 8-inch spring form cake tin with baking paper and grease the edges with a little coconut oil. Place all of the base ingredients into your food processor. Whiz these ingredients until a smooth paste forms. Press the base in to the cake tin, making sure you press it out evenly, covering the entire base. Place in to the freezer. For the filling, place all the filling ingredients into the food processor and whiz. Whiz until completely smooth, this will take around 5 minutes. Take the base out of the freezer and pour the filling on top of the base. Shake the tin to even out the top and place the cake in to the fridge for around 1 1/2 hours or until set. Rub the outside of the cake tin with a hot cloth and release the spring form slowly. Cut into slices with a hot knife and store any left overs in an airtight container in the fridge or freezer.
139: Maggie Quinn And Kelly Covert Discuss The First Plus-Size SI Swimsuit Model
Health podcasters Maggie Quinn and Kelly Covert join our hosts Jimmy Moore and Dietitian Cassie today in Episode 139 of "Low-Carb Conversations With Jimmy Moore, Dietitian Cassie & Friends!" We're back yet again for you on this Friday diving deeply into all the latest headlines making news in the world of health. It's always fun to get various perspectives from people in the low-carb, Paleo, primal, real food movement and that's what we strive hard to present to you each week on this podcast. Real people who are living this day by day and sharing the knowledge and experience they have on what healthy living really looks like. If you enjoy what we do here on "Low-Carb Conversations," then we'd appreciate it if you CLICK HERE to make a donation of any amount to support us. THANK YOU FOR YOUR SUPPORT! CHECK OUT CASSIE'S NEW DO-IT-YOURSELF STANDING WORK DESK In today's episode, our co-hosts Jimmy Moore and Dietitian Cassie are joined by two amazing health podcasters who focus on emotional health named Maggie Quinn And Kelly Covert from "Strong Body Whole Heart" (listen to their podcast on iTunes). DO YOU THINK ROBYN LAWLEY LOOKS LIKE SHE'S A PLUS SIZE?Meet the First Plus-Size Model in Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Edition History Listen in as Jimmy, Cassie, Maggie and Kelly discuss the first plus-size model featured in the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Edition, 8 sneaky foods that can make you fat, Dr. Oz' "heart-healthy" grocery choices, new research using probiotics to cure peanut allergies, the dubious nature of the supplement industry, and a fantastic perspective on loving relationships. Plus, don't miss a fantastic Paleo pancakes recipe at the end of the show. So pull up a chair, grab a cup of coffee and let's talk! NOTE: No podcast next Friday, but we'll be back with a new episode on February 27, 2015! “LOW-CARB CONVERSATIONS” PODCAST IS LISTENER-SUPPORTED!:CLICK HERE to support this podcast! LINKS MENTIONED IN EPISODE 139- We’re LISTENER-SUPPORTED: DONATE HERE!- Maggie Quinn And Kelly Covert from "Strong Body Whole Heart"- "The Strong Body, Whole Heart Podcast" on iTunes- SECRET HEADLINE: Meet the First Plus-Size Model in Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Edition History- 8 sneaky things that may feed obesity- Heart-Healthy Grocery List- Researchers Tout Possible Breakthrough on Curing Peanut Allergies- New York Attorney General Targets Supplements at Major Retailers- All You Need Is Love- RECIPE: Best Ever Paleo Pancakes from "The Spunky Coconut" blog
123: Courtney Ferreira And Peggy Holloway Examine The 5 Metabolism Death Foods
Future real food-based registered dietitian Courtney Ferreira and low-carb, high-fat, ketogenic diet enthusiast Peggy Holloway join our hosts Jimmy Moore and Dietitian Cassie today in Episode 123 of "Low-Carb Conversations With Jimmy Moore & Friends!" We are ALWAYS grateful for the amazing support we get for this podcast because we sincerely enjoy taking a stroll through the health headlines to give you the full she-bang on what is REALLY happening in the world of health. Sometimes it can seem like a lonely island out there supporting real food, low-carb, Paleo, primal living. But that's why we're here to provide comfort and solace that YOU ARE NOT ALONE and we are in this battle to change the future course of how the world looks at food, nutrition, and health. If you'd like to help us keep that mission alive, then CLICK HERE and make your donation to support our efforts here on Fridays to change the world one listener at a time. THANK YOU FOR YOUR SUPPORT! WILL LEBRON JAMES POPULARIZE LOW-CARB IN THE MAINSTREAM?LeBron James on no-carb diet to prepare for upcoming NBA season In today's episode, our co-hosts Jimmy Moore and Dietitian Cassie are joined by RD-in-training Courtney Ferreira and a ketogenic diet advocate Peggy Holloway whose success story on a low-carb, high-fat diet was one of the featured ones in Jimmy's bestselling new book Keto Clarity. Listen in to hear Jimmy, Cassie, Courtney and Peggy talk about a columnist who completely misrepresents the low-carb, ketogenic diet in a mainstream health article, the video that went viral on the Internet showing a 32-year old man on an operating table with a heart attack with a flashback in his life about how he got there, new statistics from the Centers For Disease Control predicting 40% of Americans will get diabetes, a mostly pro-Paleo article in Runner's World magazine, Dr. Josh Axe's list of "death foods" on The Dr. Oz Show website, and how NBA superstar LeBron James may help put low-carb living on the map to a young generations of fans who desperately need his inspiration to eat better. Now pull up a chair, grab a cup of coffee and let's talk! “LOW-CARB CONVERSATIONS” PODCAST IS LISTENER-SUPPORTED!:CLICK HERE to support this podcast! LINKS MENTIONED IN EPISODE 123- We’re LISTENER-SUPPORTED: DONATE HERE!- Courtney Ferreira on Twitter- Peggy Holloway on Facebook- Keto Clarity: Your Definitive Guide to the Benefits of a Low-Carb, High-Fat Diet- SECRET HEADLINE: Why it’s a bad idea to cut out food groups for weight loss- Jimmy's blog post: Philly.com Columnist Totally Misrepresents The Low-Carb, Ketogenic Diet- Powerful video may change the way you view healthy eating- 40 Percent of Americans Will Develop Diabetes, CDC Projects- Runner’s World - The Paleo Proposal- 5 Metabolism Death Foods- LeBron James on no-carb diet to prepare for upcoming NBA season Courtney's Snackmonster (Grain-Free) Granola Dry ingredients:1c almond meal (coarse ground such as from Trader Joes)½ c flaxseed meal1 Tbsp cinnamon2 tsp sea salt- more to taste1 c shredded unsweetened coconut¼ c sunflower seeds (or any other seeds/nut of a similar size such as pumpkin seeds, cashew pieces, slivered almonds)~2 c mix unroasted, unsalted nuts (combo of almonds, pecans, walnuts is my favorite)1 big handful of dried wild blueberries (or other dried fruit diced up) Wet ingredients:1 Tbsp vanilla½ c coconut oil in solid form¼ c + 1 Tbsp honey 1. Preheat oven to 300 degrees and line a large baking sheet with foil (this makes for easier clean up). 2. Mix all dry ingredients (EXCEPT dried fruit) in a large bowl. 3. Melt coconut oil in microwave. Mix in the honey and vanilla and then stir into the dry until everything is moistened. 4. Use a spatula to spread granola evenly on the baking sheet. 5. Bake for 15 minutes. Remove from oven. Gently stir and flip in sections. 6. Increase temperature to 325 degrees. 7. While oven temp increases sprinkle your dried fruit over the just flipped granola and press down into the granola with a spatula. 8. Return to the oven for about 10 minutes. Keep an eye on it, you don’t want it to darken too much and taste burnt. 9. Once removed from the oven let it cool, this is what will let it get crunchy. 10. Enjoy over full-fat yogurt, cottage cheese, with almond milk, or just by itself!
129: Jennifer Robins And Adrienne Navarro Discuss Negative Impact Of 'Biggest Loser'
Paleo blogger Jennifer Robins and primal, real foods-based nurse Adrienne Navarro join our hosts Jimmy Moore and Dietitian Cassie today in Episode 129 of "Low-Carb Conversations With Jimmy Moore, Dietitian Cassie & Friends!" Good things are happening in our culture right now regarding nutritional health, although those changes can sometimes seem to move at a glacier's pace. For those of us who are enthusiastic about the low-carb, Paleo and primal lifestyles it can seem that genuine change may never come. But little by little, moment by moment, the paradigm shift is underway and will be here in full force before you know it. We hope that this podcast examining the latest health headlines and sharing educated opinions about it is encouraging you to stay strong in your resolve about this way of eating. If you like what you hear, then we'd love to have your support to continue providing these great podcasts each and every Friday. CLICK HERE and make a donation to help keep this listener-supporter podcast on the air. THANK YOU FOR YOUR SUPPORT! WHY IS PAUL MCCARTNEY PUSHING VEGAN PROPAGANDA?Paul McCartney Launches Meat-Free Monday Campaign In today's episode, our co-hosts Jimmy Moore and Dietitian Cassie are joined by two amazing women in Paleo nutritional health blogger Jennifer Robins at "Predominantly Paleo" and a registered nurse who supports real food-based primal principles named Adrienne Navarro at "The Primal Nurse". Listen in to hear Jimmy, Cassie, Jennifer and Adrienne talk about whether the Biggest Loser model for weight loss is healthy for the contestants and television viewers, the boy who was given detention for sharing his lunch with a classmate, the overweight mother of two who thinks the government should give her more benefits so she can afford to eat healthier, the desperate commitment of the soda companies to lower the sugar content of their products, a catchy new song from a former member of the Beatles promoting veganism, and the impact of sleep on your job. Plus, don't miss Jennifer's Paleo Empanadas and cooking tips at the end of the show. So pull up a chair, grab a cup of coffee and let's talk about it! “LOW-CARB CONVERSATIONS” PODCAST IS LISTENER-SUPPORTED!:CLICK HERE to support this podcast! LINKS MENTIONED IN EPISODE 129- We’re LISTENER-SUPPORTED: DONATE HERE!- Jennifer Robins at "Predominantly Paleo"- Jennifer on Twitter- Jennifer on Facebook- Adrienne Navarro at "The Primal Nurse"- Adrienne on Twitter- Adrienne on Facebook- SECRET HEADLINE: Is 'Biggest Loser'-Style Weight Loss Healthy?- Boy gets detention for sharing lunch with hungry classmate- It's not easy being overweight and on benefits, says 25 stone mother-of-two who wants MORE money from the government to help her diet- Drink Soda? Take 12,000 Steps- Paul McCartney makes video for Meat-Free Monday campaign- VIDEO: Paul McCartney's "Meat-Free Monday" song- 7 Ways Sleep Affects Your Work- RECIPE: Jennifer's Paleo Empanadas
133: Jean Burke And Daniele Della Valle Concerned About 300-Pound Health Minister
Cassie's all-star former PFC client Jean Burke and Nutritional Therapy Practitioner and low-carb, high-fat diet blogger Daniele Della Valle join our hosts Jimmy Moore and Dietitian Cassie today in Episode 133 of "Low-Carb Conversations With Jimmy Moore, Dietitian Cassie & Friends!"   Today is the final episode of the year for "Low-Carb Conversations" as Jimmy Moore embarks on his 10-city Keto Clarity speaking tour through New Zealand and Australia in the coming weeks and then begins collaborating with Maria Emmerich on their new ketogenic diet cookbook coming next summer. As for Dietitian Cassie, she will be continuing to grow and expand her Healthy Simple Life health coaching business as well as being engaged in the upcoming busy holiday season. But don't worry--they'll both be back with many more fascinating and interesting guest friends in 2015 who will be ready to take on the health headlines each and every Friday. The interest and support in one of the most unique podcasts in the low-carb, Paleo, primal, real food community continues to build and we are incredibly appreciative for the fans who help us keep this listener-supported show going, including recent donations from June, Richard, Vincent, Cas, and Halley. CLICK HERE if you would like to join them in support of "Low-Carb Conversations" and we'll vow to keep bringing you quality content in the months and years to come. THANK YOU FOR YOUR SUPPORT! IS THIS WOMAN QUALIFIED TO BE BELGIUM'S HEALTH MINISTER?Is she too fat to be a Health Minister? In today's special extended final-show-of-2014 episode, our co-hosts Jimmy Moore and Dietitian Cassie are joined by another one of Cassie's all-star clients Jean Burke (she doesn't have a website or social media to connect with her) as well as a Vancouver, Washington-based nutritional therapy practitioner named Daniele Della Valle from "Skinny Girl Eats Fat" who is a bona fide foodie who had to overcome some nagging food sensitivity and digestive issues that were plaguing her health thanks to a low-carb, high-fat diet. BRITA'S CREATIVE NEW SUGAR BUILDINGS ADBrita's "Sugar Buildings" Ad Listen in to hear Jimmy, Cassie, Jean and Daniele give their thoughts and opinions about whether the nearly 300-pound new Health Minister of Belgium is the right choice for that position, why The Chocolate Milk Diet is probably a very bad idea, the supposed list of eight carbs that you should be eating, push back from some scientists about the recent pro-fat studies, a new marketing ad from Brita pointing to the shocking sugar content in sugary soda, why hearkening back to the lifestyle habits of our grandparents could fix food allergies, whether cooking, cooling and then reheating pasta turns it into a resistant starch, an insightful op-ed column from the incredible Kelly Coffey (gotta get her on as a guest friend in 2015!) about the way we perceive ourselves in this weight and health journey, and a column that asks whether we should all be eating more fat in our diet. This special extended episode of the podcast ends with some great health tips from our guest friends. So, for one last time in 2014, pull up a chair, grab a cup of coffee and let's talk! “LOW-CARB CONVERSATIONS” PODCAST IS LISTENER-SUPPORTED!:CLICK HERE to support this podcast! LINKS MENTIONED IN EPISODE 133- We’re LISTENER-SUPPORTED: DONATE HERE!- Jean Burke has no online presence- Daniele Della Valle from "Skinny Girl Eats Fat"- SECRET HEADLINE: Is she too fat to be a Health Minister? Critics attack 20-stone woman leading Belgium's battle against obesity- BONUS SECRET HEADLINE: The Chocolate Milk Diet: No kidding, it really works- 8 Carbs You Should Be Eating- Studies saying fat is not that bad are misleading, scientists say- See the Spot: Brita Attacks Big Soda With Sugar Cube City Ad- VIDEO: Brita's "Sugar Buildings" Ad- Why your grandparents didn’t have food allergies...but you do- Is reheated pasta less fattening?- Maybe Obesity Isn't the Problem by Kelly Coffey- Should people be eating more fat?
121: Kelsey Albers And Alice Russell Question Whether Taco Bell Went Paleo
Holistic health coach Kelsey Albers and ketogenic diet success story Alice Russell join our hosts Jimmy Moore and Dietitian Cassie today in Episode 121 of "Low-Carb Conversations With Jimmy Moore & Friends!" Do you like this show and find benefit in hearing people articulate their opinions about the latest health headlines? That's what this show is all about and WE NEED YOUR HELP to keep that going. Consider making a donation if you want us to continue to bring this podcast to you each and every Friday. CLICK HERE to donate your gift of any amount to help us provide new episodes for months and years to come. THANK YOU FOR YOUR SUPPORT! GALLUP: ARE AMERICANS BECOMING LESS FAT-PHOBIC? In today's episode, our co-hosts Jimmy Moore and Dietitian Cassie are joined by holistic health coach Kelsey Albers from "Ignite Nourish Thrive" and a ketogenic diet success story Alice Palmer Russell both featured in Jimmy's new book Keto Clarity. Listen in to hear Jimmy, Cassie, Kelsey, and Alice sound off on the latest health headlines, including a recent Gallup poll on what Americans really think about fat and carbs, whether Taco Bell has shifted their menu items to be more Paleo-friendly or not, a silly column about a silly interpretation of a recent brain health study, a new eye test that spots for Alzheimer's Disease early, the delusion kids have of not realizing they are obese or overweight, the horrible effects that come from sleep deprivation, and a woman who actually misses some aspects of weighing over 300 pounds. Don't miss the recipe and cooking tips at the end. So pull up a chair, grab a cup of coffee and let's talk! “LOW-CARB CONVERSATIONS” PODCAST IS LISTENER-SUPPORTED!:CLICK HERE to support this podcast! LINKS MENTIONED IN EPISODE 121- We’re LISTENER-SUPPORTED: DONATE HERE!- Kelsey Albers from "Ignite Nourish Thrive"- Alice Palmer Russell on Facebook- SECRET HEADLINE: Americans Still Avoid Fat More Than Carbs- The same Gallup poll from 2012- Taco Bell New Menu Ups the Protein and Goes Paleo- Anyone Silly Enough to Think Fat Is Good for You Needs to See This Brain Study- Eye Test Could Spot Early Alzheimer’s Disease- Many Kids who are obese and overweight don’t know it- 25 Horrible Things that Happen if you don’t get enough sleep- 5 Things I miss about weighing more than 300 pounds
127: Sean Coonce And Alix Hayden Debate Whether Or Not Raw Sugar Is Better For You
Paleo and ketogenic diet blogger treating epilepsy Sean Coonce and Canadian cancer survivor and nutritional health blogger Alix Hayden join our hosts Jimmy Moore and Dietitian Cassie today in Episode 127 of "Low-Carb Conversations With Jimmy Moore, Dietitian Cassie & Friends!" We've hit our stride here on this Friday podcast giving you quality information, informed opinions, and something to talk about with your friends and family who are curious about health real food, low-carb, ketogenic and Paleo living. The information you hear on this show each and every week isn't mainstream yet, but we're seeing signs of change already underway. It's our honor and privilege to bring you the latest health headlines through the prism of this wonderful whole foods approach to nutrition. Since we are a listener-supported podcast, please CLICK HERE to help us keep the show going strong. THANK YOU FOR YOUR SUPPORT! CAN YOU BELIEVE THE CARBAGE BEING SERVED IN MICKEY'S HOUSE?The Macaroni And Cheese Bread Cone Is Taking Over Disney’s Theme Parks In today's episode, our co-hosts Jimmy Moore and Dietitian Cassie are honored to have two of the most inspiring guest friends we've ever had on the show in Sean Coonce from "Pastured Kitchen" who suffers from what's known as absence seizures and now controls them with a ketogenic Paleo diet and Alix Hayden from "GreyMadder" who is managing a cancerous tumor in her brain with a ketogenic diet. Listen in to hear Jimmy, Cassie, Sean and Alix sharing their thoughts and opinions about why there is a macaroni and cheese bread cone being served at the concession stands at Disney parks, the New York school that decided to reject federal school lunch mandates because their kids were too hungry, a new study of the ketogenic diet for Parkinson's disease coming in early 2015, the question of whether raw brown sugar is any better than refined white sugar, and the lack of science involved in creating the Dietary Guidelines for Americans. Plus, don't miss Sean's Chorizo Stir Fry recipe and Alix's Keto Old Fashioned Cream Soda recipe at the end. It's time to pull up a chair, grab a cup of coffee and let's talk! “LOW-CARB CONVERSATIONS” PODCAST IS LISTENER-SUPPORTED!:CLICK HERE to support this podcast! LINKS MENTIONED IN EPISODE 127- We’re LISTENER-SUPPORTED: DONATE HERE!- Sean Coonce from "Pastured Kitchen"- Sean on Twitter- Alix Hayden from "GreyMadder"- Alix on Twitter- SECRET HEADLINE: The Macaroni And Cheese Bread Cone Is Taking Over Disney’s Theme Parks- New York school drops Michelle Obama lunch standards: Kids too hungry- Eating 80 percent fat? Legacy and College of Natural Medicine will study the diet on Parkinson's patients- Sorry, Raw Sugar Is No Better for You Than Refined- Dietary Guidelines for Americans: We don’t need no stinkin’ science- RECIPE: Sean's Chorizo Stir Fry Alix's Liquid Fat Bomb - Keto Old Fashioned Cream SodaOne can of club soda1/2 cup of full fat whipping cream (more if you like!)1/2 tbsp all natural vanilla flavouring (I order from Arizona Vanilla Co.), OR a few drops of vanilla stevia (I use Sweet Leaf), to taste1 tbsp. MCT oil OR coconut oil for some added zip Mix and add tons of ice. DONE!
106: John Pierce And Ciarra Hannah Examine Why Americans Are Obese
Low-carb diet enthusiast John Pierce and Paleo blogger Ciarra Hannah join our host Dietitian Cassie along with special guest co-host and registered dietitian SaVanna Sims, RD today in Episode 105 of "Low-Carb Conversations With Jimmy Moore & Friends!" AUDIO What a show we have in store for you today featuring more of our great friends from the low-carb, Paleo, and real food community. There's no other podcast out there right now that gives you such instant access to educated opinions and viewpoints from such a wide variety of voices week after week on the latest health headlines of the day. Although our co-host Jimmy Moore is still away for a big longer finishing up his next book Keto Clarity slated to release on August 5, 2014, this podcast continues on strong thanks to the faithful support of YOU our listeners. If you like what you hear and haven't yet showed your financial support for "Low-Carb Conversations," then won't you consider doing that? CLICK HERE to make your donation of any amount that will help us keep sharing this amazing podcast with you throughout 2014 and beyond. THANK YOU SO MUCH! Our lovely and talented host Dietitian Cassie has once again tapped into her great Rolodex of contacts to find a very special guest co-host to join her in fellow registered dietitian SaVanna Sims, RD from "The Nutrient Dense Dietitian" blog as well as two amazing guest friends in low-carb diet supporter John Pierce and Ciarra Hannah from the "Popular Paleo" blog. Listen in as this foursome tackles some of the most recent health headlines, including the lasting metabolic impact of a crappy carbage breakfast on kids, a new study that questions the role of saturated fat in heart disease, how standing up at your job can affect your blood sugar levels, some rather surprising reasons why Americans are obese, why most of the things we've been told about "unhealthy" foods is just plain wrong, what we can all learn from the Paleo diet whether we love it or hate it, and so much more. We've got a good show in store for you today, so pull up a chair, grab a cup of coffee and let's talk! “LOW-CARB CONVERSATIONS” PODCAST IS LISTENER-SUPPORTED!:CLICK HERE to support this podcast! LINKS MENTIONED IN EPISODE 105- We’re LISTENER-SUPPORTED: DONATE HERE!- SaVanna Sims from "The Nutrient Dense Dietitian" blog- John Pierce on Twitter- John Pierce on Pinterest- Ciarra Hannah from the "Popular Paleo" blog- Ciarra Hannah on Facebook- Ciarra Hannah on Twitter- Poor breakfast in youth linked to metabolic syndrome- Study questions fat and heart disease link- How Standing up at work affects blood sugar- Surprising Reasons Why Americans Are Obese- Why Almost Everything You’ve Been Told about Unhealthy Foods is Wrong- Things Everyone Can Learn from Paleo (even if you hate it)
98: Kyle & Julia Visser Look At 9 Foods An Athlete Would Never Eat
Professional basketball player Kyle Visser and his holistic nutrition student wife Julia Visser join our host Dietitian Cassie along with guest co-host and fellow registered dietitian Aglaee Jacob today in Episode 98 of "Low-Carb Conversations With Jimmy Moore & Friends!" We'll rolling along again on "Low-Carb Conversations" and we hope you'll plan on sticking around with us on Fridays for the foreseeable future. Jimmy will continue to be away for a while (except for the epic Episode 100 coming on February 28, 2014) writing and going through the editing process with his next book Keto Clarity: Unleash The Health Benefits Of The Low-Carb, High-Fat Diet, but Dietitian Cassie will keep things rolling along with guest co-hosts and amazing guest friends. If you enjoy hearing these educated opinions about the health headlines of the day, then we'd be honored to have your support. CLICK HERE to help us keep this show going. THANK YOU FOR YOU SUPPORT! Dietitian Cassie has invited yet another one of her fellow RDs to be her special guest co-host today. Her name is Aglaee Jacob from the "Health With Real Food" blog and these two incredible Paleo/low-carb dietitians compare notes on how they became advocates for real food living. Before getting to their guest friends, Cassie and Aglaee chat about the article Why Are So Many Dietitians Critical Of The Low-Carbohydrate Diets? by another fellow RD named Franziska Spritzler. Cassie and Aglaee are joined by a sensational pair of guest friends in husband-wife team Kyle and Julia Visser. Kyle Visser is a professional basketball player living and playing in his 5th season of the New Yorker Phanthoms team in Germany. His wife Julia is the founder of "Jules' Fuel" dedicated to sharing the benefits of real food, fitness, travel, and purpose in life, including how she convinced Kyle to give a Paleo-styled nutritional approach a try. Listen in as Cassie, Aglaee, Kyle, and Julia give their take on the latest health headlines, including the 9 foods an athlete would never eat, the Coca-Cola ad that was banned in the UK for being misleading, the negative implications of consuming gluten on brain health (explained well in the YouTube video "The Truth About Gluten"), how exercise can be used therapeutically to minimize stress in your life, and a wonderful TEDx Youth talk by Dr. Katherine Reid called "UnBlind My Mind: What Are We Eating?" Plus, don't miss Julia sharing two of her sensational recipes--3-Layered Paleo Shepherd’s Pie and Easy Egg McNothin’. So why don't you go ahead and pull up a chair, grab a cup of coffee and let's talk about it! “LOW-CARB CONVERSATIONS” PODCAST IS LISTENER-SUPPORTED!:CLICK HERE to support this podcast! LINKS MENTIONED IN EPISODE 98- We’re LISTENER-SUPPORTED: DONATE HERE!- Aglaee Jacob from the "Health With Real Food" blog- Aglaee on Facebook- Aglaee on Twitter- Kyle Visser's Athlete Speaker Coach web site- Kyle on Facebook- A Professional Athlete’s Journey to a Whole Foods {Gluten-Free, Dairy-Free} Diet- Julia Visser from "Jules' Fuel"- Julia on Facebook- Why Are So Many Dietitians Critical Of The Low-Carbohydrate Diets?- 9 Foods An Athlete Would Never Eat- Coca-Cola Ad Banned In UK For Misleading Customers- This Is Your Brain On Gluten- VIDEO: The Truth About Gluten- Stressed By Work/Life Balance? Just Exercise- TEDx Youth talk by Dr. Katherine Reid: UnBlind My Mind: What Are We Eating?- Julia's column 7 Ways you might be inadvertently sabotaging your weight loss- Julia's recipe 3-Layered Paleo Shepherd’s Pie- Julia's recipe Easy Egg McNothin’
83: Clark Danger Warns Of The Damage Of Developing Stronger Antibiotics
Passionate Paleo podcaster and healthy living rebel Clark Danger joins our co-hosts Dietitian Cassie and Jimmy Moore today in Episode 83 of “Low-Carb Conversations With Jimmy Moore & Friends!” Hang on to your hats today folks as we welcome in a bright young member of the Paleo community in Clark Danger. Yes, that's his real name and for a 21-year old he exhibits a maturity and knowledge base that will give you confidence about the future of the real food movement. Clark is already doing some amazing work at his "Dude! Where's My Health?" blog and as the host of one of the top-rated health podcasts on iTunes called "The Paleohacks Podcast." As you will hear, he is quite an articulate and opinionated voice--which makes him a perfect fit to talk about the health headlines of the day here on "Low-Carb Conversations!" Listen in as Jimmy, Cassie and Clark discuss the role your dental health can play on your cholesterol levels, the unintended consequences of developing super-antibiotics to combat the new "superbugs," nutritional myth busting hijinks, the influx of vegan propaganda in public schools, the "healthy" snacks you can consume in airports, whether America is ditching sugar at last, the effectiveness of 12 minutes of intensive sprint exercise weekly and so much more! So why don't you pull up a chair, grab a cup of coffee and let's talk. “LOW-CARB CONVERSATIONS” PODCAST IS LISTENER-SUPPORTED!:CLICK HERE to support this podcast! LINKS MENTIONED IN EPISODE 82- We’re LISTENER-SUPPORTED: DONATE HERE!- Clark Danger's "Dude! Where's My Health?" blog- Clark Danger on Twitter- Clark Danger on Facebook- The Paleohacks Podcast by Clark Danger- Jimmy's blog post: "Could Your Poor Dental Health Be A Hidden Cause Of High Cholesterol?"- 'Superbugs' push effort to approve new antibiotics- Busting Nutritional Myths- Meatless Monday May Be On The School Menu- 10 Healthy Snacks You Can Buy At The Airport- Is USA Finally Kicking Its Sugar Habit?- Twelve Minutes Exercise Per Week Enough To Stay Fit
73: Gina Rieg and Andrew Weaver on Bitter Veggies, a Broken Gut and More
Guests Gina Reig of Simplistic Wholistic and Andrew Weaver of Doughboy To Ironman join us for news, conversation and a great recipe!   Welcome back to the Virtual Porch as co-host Dietitian Cassie and guest-host Kevin Kennedy-Spaien sit back and chat with two new, great guests: nutritionist Gina Rieg and health blogger Andrew Weaver! Topics discussed include Dr. Oz being his wacky self again, the wisdom (or lack thereof) of sugaring your kid's veggies, Cola-induced mortality, a fantastic egg-based recipe and much, much more! “LOW-CARB CONVERSATIONS” PODCAST IS LISTENER-SUPPORTED!:CLICK HERE to donate and keep this show going! THANK YOU for your support!   LINKS MENTIONED IN EPISODE 73 - We’re LISTENER-SUPPORTED: DONATE HERE! - Andrew Weaver's blog, Doughboy To Ironman - Andrew's Bio - Gina Reig's web site: SimplisticWholistic - Gina's bio - Dr. Oz is up to his old tricks - How Spraying Vegetables with a "sugar-mist" could help children to eat their greens - Woman Drank Herself to Death With 2-Gallon-A-Day Coca-Cola Habit - No change in AHA recommendations on Saturated or Polyunsaturated fat - Top 11 Biggest Lies of Mainstream Nutrition - Is your Digestive System Making you sick? (Dr. Mark Hyman) - Why I Don't Fret About Burning those Extra Holiday Calories (Written by Gina!) - Bart Simpson, Coca Cola and the American Heart Association (An Article written by Andrew!) Recipie: Gina Reig's Creative Curry Clafouti (As we discussed during the show, it is pronounced "cla-FOO-tie," and it's kind of like a quiche. It keeps well and is super yummy!) Ingredients: • 6 eggs• 6 tablespoons melted grass-fed butter/ghee/coconut oil cooled to room temp. + 1 pat for greasing pan• 3/4 cup coconut milk• 4 cups cooked, chopped chicken (optional) You can sub any cooked meat and/or greens, onions, etc.• 2 tablespoons curry spice, or to taste• Sea Salt & Pepper to taste Directions: • Preheat oven to 400° F.• Butter a 10” round or 13×9” baking dish• Whisk together eggs, fat & coconut milk until frothy.• Mix in chicken or other meats/veggies and spices and pour into baking dish.• Bake about 45 minutes or until top is golden brown and puffy. Gina elaborates: "BE CREATIVE WITH THIS! YOU COULD USE HERBS INSTEAD OF SPICES. THE EGGS, COCONUT MILK, SEA SALT AND FAT ARE THE NEEDED COMPONENTS. FROM THERE, YOU CAN BE SUPER CREATIVE!"
61: Orleatha Smith And Chris Crotty Counter The Misconceptions About The Paleo Diet
It's another great week of opinion-making podcasting in Episode 61 of Low-Carb Conversations with Jimmy Moore & Friends! Our dynamic duo of co-hosts Jimmy and Dietitian Cassie always have plenty to say about the health headlines of the day along with two of their friends from the Paleo and low-carb communities. This LISTENER-SUPPORTED podcast is only made possible through the generous donations of the people who listen and love this show. We are incredibly honored and privileged to provide it to you on a weekly basis every Friday and hope that it encourages you in your healthy lifestyle change. If you are enjoying what you hear on this Friday podcast, then won't you consider making a donation to continue providing this level of excellence in health and nutrition information to you? As always, we are so thankful for the support you have given us by listening, leaving us a comment at iTunes and your financial donations. We love you guys! Today we bring to you two more super guest friends on the Virtual Porch with Jimmy and Dietitian Cassie as we welcome the inspirational life-changing story of Orleatha Smith from "Level Health And Nutrition and the talented and ever-shrinking Chris Crotty from "ComedySportz" Sacramento. Listen in as we hit on some hot headlines, including discussion of the good and bad about history repeating itself in diet trends, whether the Paleo diet is a health panacea or a hoax, a dietitian's attempt to be objective about Paleo, the soaring obesity rates taking us to 50% obesity by 2030, the failure of the low-fat food industry, why exercising less may be a better option for shedding pounds, the emergence of the high-fat avocado as a true superfood and a new review article published in the medical journal International Journal of Breast Cancer from Dr. Colin Champ and others about whether the current dietary guidelines for controlling weight, metabolic syndrome and breast cancer are best. What a fantastic show we have for you to listen to and enjoy! So pull up a chair, grab a cup of coffee and let's talk! "LOW-CARB CONVERSATIONS" PODCAST IS LISTENER-SUPPORTED!:CLICK HERE to donate and keep this show going! THANK YOU for your support! LINKS MENTIONED IN EPISODE 60- We're now LISTENER-SUPPORTED: DONATE HERE!- Orleatha's "Level Health And Nutrition"- Chris Crotty on ComedySportz Sacramento- History keeps repeating itself by Dr. David Katz- Paleo Diet: Healthy Or A Hoax?- Going Paleo by NC dietitian Michelle Rockwell - Training & Conditioning- Fat and getting fatter: U.S. obesity rates to soar by 2030- Many 'low fat' foods have similar calorie count to standard products, study finds- For Weight Loss, Less Exercise May Be More- Breaking Out of Guacamole to Become a Produce Star- Weight Gain, Metabolic Syndrome, and Breast Cancer Recurrence: Are Dietary Recommendations Supported by the Data?
81: Karen Parrott Helps Evaluate Breakfast Options
Nutrition and weight-loss blogger Karen "Garden Girl" Parrot joins Dietitian Cassie and guest co-host/producer Kevin Kennedy-Spaien today in Episode 81 of “Low-Carb Conversations With Jimmy Moore & Friends!” Episode 81 is a very special milestone! It is our last pre-cruise episode as well as marking the beginning of what we hope will be a brief hiatus. After the Low-Carb Cruise, Jimmy will start returning to his regular podcast schedule, and with a combination of luck and listener support, we're hoping for Jimmy to take up his seat on the Virtual porch this summer! In the mean time, today's episode has some great topics, including Gary Taubes' take on metabolism, Nonsensical yogurt ads, the dangers of a Ramen addiction and a ton more, so pull up a chair, grab a cup of coffee and let’s talk! “LOW-CARB CONVERSATIONS” PODCAST IS LISTENER-SUPPORTED!:CLICK HERE to donate and help this show come back! THANK YOU for your support! LINKS MENTIONED IN EPISODE 81:- We’re LISTENER-SUPPORTED: DONATE HERE! - Karen's bio - Karen's blog - Karen on Twitter - Karen on Pinterest - Yoplait: More like pudding than yogurt - Some Familiar Diets Still Get High Marks - Healthy Breakfast Ideas: What Nutrition Experts Eat in the Morning - Teen’s Strange Ramen Addiction - The Legal Perils of Giving Medical Advice on the Internet - The Science of Obesity: What Do We Really Know About What Makes Us Fat? An Essay by Gary Taubes - No One Thing: Dr. David Katz
49: Roger Dickerman And Emily Maguire Take On NYC Soda Ban & More!
We’ve got a fabulous show in store for you in Episode 49 of Low-Carb Conversations with Jimmy Moore & Friends with our co-hosts Jimmy Moore and Mindy Noxon Iannotti rockin’ it with two more fabulous low-carb friends. If you missed the BIG NEWS last week that we’ve decided to go to a LISTENER-SUPPORTED format with this podcast, then I wanted to invite you to make a donation to help keep this show on the air. We were blown away by the outpouring of love and financial support after making this announcement last week and we are so grateful to each and every one of our incredible listeners who have told us how much this podcast means to them. THANK YOU from the bottom of our hearts for helping us continue providing new episodes of “Low-Carb Conversations” and we’ve got another spectacular hour-long episode to share with you today! We feature a Philadelphia, PA-based Paleo fitness expert named Roger Dickerman(who Jimmy met at PaleoFX in March) from Relentless Fitness and the Senior Nutritionist at the UK-based low-carb GoLower company Emily Maguire who works with the incredible low-carb advocate Hannah Sutter who Jimmy has interviewed previously on “The Livin’ La Vida Low-Carb Show.” Listen in as our prestigious panel chimes in on the recent sugary soda ban in New York City, a new study that says being obese doesn’t necessarily mean you have heart health risks, a history lesson on how highly-processed omega-6-rich vegetable oils replaced natural animal fats, whether too much Vitamin D can be as problematic as too little, and the notion that once you’ve been fat people will always look at you as being fat. It’s a full slate of interesting topics for you today, so sit back, relax and enjoy the conversation! NOTE: Apologies for the “rumble” during this podcast. We had a poor Skype connection with one of our guests. THANK YOU for your understanding! LINKS MENTIONED IN EPISODE 49- We’re now LISTENER-SUPPORTED: DONATE HERE!- Jimmy’s n=1 Nutritional Ketosis Experiment Day 1-30- Philly Paleo fitness expert Roger Dickerman- Roger’s Relentless Fitness gym in Philadelphia- Roger’s Relentless Transformation program- Relentless Roger and The Caveman Doctor podcast on iTunes- Senior Nutritionist Emily Maguire from the UK’s Go Lower- “Bloomberg’s Nannyville: Do Big Soda Ban’s Benefits Exceed its Costs?”- “Obesity not always tied to higher heart risk: study”- “How Vegetable Oils Replaced Animal Fats in the American Diet”- “Too Much Vitamin D Can Be as Unhealthy as Too Little, Study Suggests”- “No Matter How Much Weight You Lose, Everyone Will Still Think You’re Fat”
53: Margaret Tosi And Dr. John Mitchell Combat The 'Just Eat Less' Message
It's time for more fun here in Episode 53 of Low-Carb Conversations with Jimmy Moore & Friends as your enthusiastic co-hosts Jimmy Moore and Mindy Noxon Iannotti enjoy another hour-long chat about this, that and everything in between in the world of low-carb and Paleo living. If you like what you hear in this listener-supported podcast, then why not be a part of helping to keep it on the air by making a donation of any amount? We've been overwhelmed with the outpouring of love and support you all have given us and we sincerely appreciate the investment you have made in making this show possible week in and week out. THANKS so very much for supporting us and we look forward to bringing you many more excellent episodes in the months and years to come! Today we have two more awesome low-carb friends to share some room with Jimmy and Mindy on the Virtual Porch in registered dietitian Margaret Tosi and chiropractor Dr. John Mitchell. Listen in as our distinguished panel discusses the folly of "just eat less" for weight loss, what real Olympians say they eat, actor Alec Baldwin making the switch to low-carb Paleo, the real dangers of junk food (and it ain't the fat in it!), another positive Paleo diet success news story, a new study showing better blood sugar control with a low-carb diet than a low-fat one (DUH!) and an awesome compilation of the research supporting low-carb diets from former guest Tom Nikkola. Plus, both Margaret and Dr. Mitchell have some delicious low-carb recipes to tickle your taste buds and nourish your body well. So pull up a chair, grab a cup of coffee and let's talk about the health headlines of the day! "LOW-CARB CONVERSATIONS" PODCAST IS LISTENER-SUPPORTED!:CLICK HERE to donate and keep this show going! THANK YOU for your support! LINKS MENTIONED IN EPISODE 53- We're now LISTENER-SUPPORTED: DONATE HERE!- Margaret Tosi does not have an online presence- Dr. John Mitchell's Facebook Page- "The magic formula to losing weight: Just eat less"- "Performance enhancers (What Olympians are eating)"- "Here's The Thing with Alec Baldwin: Interview with Dr. Robert Lustig"- "Junk food inflames fatty tissue more than lard"- "The caveman diet: Getting to the meat of Paleolithic nutrition"- "Research Update: Low-carbohydrate diet improves glycaemic control compared with advice to follow a low-fat diet"- "The link to the actual August 2012 Diabetologia study"- "Low-Carb vs. Low-Fat — What Does Research Show?" RECIPES From Dr. John Mitchell: Protein Bar 1 cup macadamia nuts 1 cup almonds 1 cup chopped dates 4 Table spoons coconut butter 3 Tablespoon coconut oil 2 eggs 2 scoops protein powder 1 tablespoon butter 1/4 teaspoon cinnamon 1 teaspoon vanilla 1/4 cup shredded coconut 10 drops Stevia In a food processor, put both nuts and chop into small pieces In a large bowl, put nuts, dates, protein powder....mix throughly In a small sauce pan, melt the butter, coconut butter, and coconut oil together using low heat. When dissolved, add vanilla, Stevia, and cinnamon. Pour into nut/date/protein powder...mix throughly. Put eggs into mix, and stir throughly. In 8x8 pan, coat bottom and sides with butter. Put mixture into pan, press firmly into pan, sprinkle shredded coconut on top, and press/work that into the mixture. Bake at 300 degrees, covered with foil, for 25 minutes Then remove foil, and bake for 5-7 minutes until lightly toasted on top. Veggie Dip 1 pint of sour cream 1 heaping tablespoon Better Than Bouillon (chicken flavor is best) 1/3 squeezed lemon 1 T dill powder 1 T onion powder 1/4 c feta cheese pepper for taste Mix all together. Use as veggie dip, sauce for any meats, just about anything! This one I use for dipping into with veggies:(not really "paleo", but it is all dairy fat, so no issues with milk lactose, milk proteins, etc. Another recipe (one of my "favorites"...lol): -Large skillet -6 slices of bacon -Cook, eat, and enjoy!!! From Margaret Tosi: GEORGE STELLA'S EASY CHEESY CHILI CHICKEN 2 tablespoons olive oil 2 tablespoons cilantro 1 tablespoon chili powder 1 tablespoon cumin 2 teaspoons salt 1 clove garlic, chopped 1/2 teaspoon pepper 1/8 teaspoon cayenne 4-5 boneless chicken breasts 1/4 cup green pepper, julienned 2 tablespoons red onion, diced 1/4 cup Roma tomato, diced (about 1/2 small) 4 ounces colby-jack cheese, shredded from Linda's low carb recipes at http://www.genaw.com/lowcarb/index.html
227: Naomi Feresta and Warren Hepworth on the great Coconut Oil debate and Cereal sales declining
Exercise physiologist/exercise scientist, lecturer and nutritionist, Naomi Feresta is joined by star of the Australian film "Fat Chance" Warren Hepworth, for Episode 227 of “Low Carb Conversations with Leah Williamson and Kara Halderman”  Sit back and relax with a HUGE tablespoon of coconut oil to this new episode where co-hosts Leah and Kara chat with health and nutrition experts on the latest health headlines! Coconut oil isn't healthy & it never has been   Cereal could be over with declining sales forcing companies to think of new products On this week’s episode we talk with Naomi Feresta, who when she found out she was having twins at an older age researched as much as she could about how to main health and discussed fat was the key.  We also talk to Warren Hepworth who cycled from Perth, Australia to Melbourne, Australia on a low carb healthy fat lifestyle and documented it all in his movie Fat Chance. Naomi, Warren, Kara and Leah discuss the great coconut oil health debate and how snackification is becoming tastier for breakfast than cereal.  But wait the secret headline is bananas! JOIN OUR FACEBOOK DISCUSSION GROUP: https://www.facebook.com/groups/1211230155655018/ Links Used: Support Fat Chance: https://fatchancethefilm.wixsite.com/fatchance http://naomiferstera.com/ Some of the resources on heart disease: Dr Natasha Campbell McBride's Book "Put your Heart in your Mouth": http://www.doctor-natasha.com/heart-in-your-mouth-book.php Dr Jeffery Gerber: http://denversdietdoctor.com/ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eii1zqQq8TM&t=140s Dr Aseem Malhotra: http://doctoraseem.com/ Ivor Cummins: http://www.thefatemperor.com/ See some great talks at the Low Carb Down Under You Tube page: https://www.youtube.com/user/lowcarbdownunder
Episode 222: Dodier and McLagan
Episode 222 features Kara and Leah's guests, Dodier and McLagan
230 Syanna Wand and Stuart Gadenne on Campbell's Acquiring Pacific Foods and Eating Natively
Nutritional Therapy Practitioner Syanna Wand, is joined by founder of Cave Foods Stuart Gadenne for Episode 230 of “Low Carb Conversations with Leah Williamson and Kara Halderman”  Sit back and relax with a bowl of (not Campbell's) soup while co-hosts Leah and Kara chat with health and nutrition experts on the latest health headlines! Campbell's to Aquire Pacific Foods for $700 Million Deal The Australian Paleo Diet: What Native Animals Should We Be Eating? On this weeks episode Nutritional Therapy Practitioner Syanna Wand talks about how taking control of her stress evolved her health as well as sharing her new natural skin care business. Stuart Gadenne talks about his strong athletic background, how changing his diet changed his performance and his company Cave Foods. Leah, Kara, Syanna and Stuart start the chat with Campbell's soup company acquiring Pacific Foods a whopping $700 million deal. They debate if this new purchase will come with a sacrifice in quality as well as the possible benefits. Leah's article provides an interesting look into local meat. Could eating your regions native animals be beneficial to health? And don't forget the secret health headline! Organic water has officially hit the market. Links used: http://www.syannawand.com/ http://cavefoods.com/    
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Mar 11th, 2011
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Nov 11th, 2019
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