Low-Carb Conversations
Low-Carb Conversations features conversations with host Leah Williamson, NTP and a variety of voices in the Low-Carb, Keto, Paleo and Real Food movements, expressing many different points of view.

Low-carb health bloggers Ilona Kasza and David Pickholtz join our co-hosts Dietitian Cassie and Jimmy Moore today in Episode 91 of "Low-Carb Conversations With Jimmy Moore & Friends!"

We are incredibly grateful to all our generous listeners who have shown their support for this podcast in recent weeks. Your donations don't go unnoticed and we sincerely appreciate all you have done to help keep us on the air in the months and years to come. If you like what you hear from this weekly podcast dedicated to providing educated opinions about the various health headlines of the day, then consider joining the growing list of people sowing a much-needed donation into this unique show with a format focused on YOU! CLICK HERE to stand with "Low-Carb Conversations" and voting with your dollars to help keep Jimmy, Cassie and their guest friends coming back week after week. THANK YOU FOR YOU SUPPORT!

Here is the Chipotle video our co-hosts discussed at the beginning:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lUtnas5ScSE

Jimmy and Dietitian Cassie are stoked to have two more fabulous guest friends from the low-carb blogging world joining them today in Singapore-based low-carb, high-fat fan Ilona Kasza from the "Big Fat Blog" and 22-year old real food-based low-carber and college student David Pickholtz from the "My Low Carb College Kitchen" blog. Listen in at the beginning as this foursome take on a brand new "Secret Headline" feature that Jimmy and Cassie decided to start doing each week to get a spontaneous reaction from their guest friends. This is the graphic that got the conversation going--Dr. Oz's 500-Calorie Fast Food Meals:


Dr. Oz's 500-Calorie Fast Food Meals

You're not going to want to miss the response to this! Listen in as Jimmy, Cassie, Ilona and David opine on the health headlines, including how researchers try to extrapolate information about high-fat diets on humans from a study on mice, the absurdity of a new research study claiming offering donuts as an incentive for exercising is a good thing, why the interpretation of what constitutes a "quality" diet is important when the subject is pancreatic cancer, whether sugar should have a warning label attached to it or not, new research showing drinking coffee and cutting carbohydrates in your diet can reduce endometrial cancer, the rising online doctor visit trend for cost savings, and so much more! We always have a great time on this show, so pull up a chair, grab a cup of coffee and let's talk about it!

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Ilona Kasza from the "Big Fat Blog"
David Pickholtz from the "My Low Carb College Kitchen" blog
Why Obese People Can't Lose Weight
Swapping Starbucks for sit-ups: Toronto researchers offer coupons as incentive to exercise
Diet Quality Linked To Pancreatic Cancer
Sugar is 'addictive and the most dangerous drug of the times'
Coffee and fewer carbs cut cancer risks
Online doctor visits offer convenience and often lower costs

Direct download: LCC-91-kasza-pickholtz.mp3
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Paleo, gluten-free, low-carb blogger Carol Lovett and professional chef and health blogger Camille Macres join our co-hosts Dietitian Cassie and Jimmy Moore today in Episode 90 of "Low-Carb Conversations With Jimmy Moore & Friends!"

It just feels right having this show back on the air again over the past few weeks dissecting all the latest health headlines out there in the mainstream world to see what kind of messages they are communicating with an unsuspecting public. Yes, we are the great exception to the rule when it comes to reading through the typical editorializing that goes on even in the midst of reporting on scientific studies on diet and health. Make no mistake about it, conventional wisdom on these subjects still rules the day--but we're getting closer and closer to making the messages we communicate on this podcast a part of the debate of ideas...and that's exciting stuff! We need podcasts like "Low-Carb Conversations" to solidify in the minds of listeners what to think about these critical issues that are important to attaining a healthy lifestyle so that they can keep sharing this alternative information to the people within their circle of friends and family who need to hear it the most.

No matter how much you know and believe in the concepts of healthy low-carb, Paleo living, it's nice to have a place of solace, encouragement and reinforcement to help you in this journey. If you'd like to see that continue, then won't you consider making a donation to help us continue to provide a weekly critical look at the health headlines that dominate our modern-day culture. We've been incredibly grateful for the support that so many of you have given us in the past couple of months, but we have tens of thousands more listeners who could help us keep going strong in the months and years to come if most of you shared a very modest donation as little as $5 to carry on. If you like the show and want to keep hearing more of it, isn't it worth a small seed of investment now to reap big dividends in changed lives down the road? CLICK HERE if you want to help us make that dream a reality. THANK YOU FOR YOU SUPPORT!

Jimmy and Dietitian Cassie are thrilled to welcome in a dynamic couple of beautiful peeps to join them in the studio today (it's "Jimmy and the babes"!), including Paleo, gluten-free, low-carb blogger Carol Lovett from the "Ditch The Wheat" blog (author of the Paleo-friendly e-cookbook Indulge: 70 Grain-Free Desserts) as well as professional chef and health blogger Camille Macres from the "Recipe Rx" blog (author of the creatively-titled Paleogasm: 150 Grain, Dairy and Sugar-free Recipes That Will Leave You Totally Satisfied and Begging for More). Listen in as they take on some fascinating health topics, including the sudden rise in Type 2 diabetes that has hit 114 million people in the (rice-loving!) country of China, a confused health advocacy specialist on the subject of carbohydrates, a critical blog post of Paleo, low-carb and primal living with specific digs at Mark Sisson and several others from the ancestral community, a recent paper published in the Journal of the American Medical Association that calls for an end to the diet debates (wishful thinking!), a mainstream column knocking the health halo off of smoothies and fruit juice (FINALLY!), the absurdity of the cholesterol-lowering food products that are marketed to consumers these days, and so much more! This is a fun episode today that we KNOW you're gonna love, so pull up a chair, grab a cup of coffee and let's talk!

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Carol Lovett from the "Ditch The Wheat" blog
Indulge: 70 Grain-Free Desserts
Carol on Twitter
Carol on Facebook
Camille Macres from the "Recipe Rx" blog
Paleogasm: 150 Grain, Dairy and Sugar-free Recipes That Will Leave You Totally Satisfied and Begging for More
Camille on Twitter
Camille on Facebook
China Catastrophe hits 114 million as Diabetes Spreads
Glenn's Strategies for Well-Being: All About Carbs
The Asian Paradox: End of the Line for Low Carb Diets?
A Call to the End of the Diet Debates
Smoothies and fruit juice are a new risk to health, US scientists warn
Can sugary cereal and a chocolate drink REALLY lower your cholesterol?

CAMILLE'S BLAT OMELET WITH GARLIC AIOLI RECIPE

Serves 2

BLAT, if you’re not familiar, stands for BACON-LETTUCE-AVOCADO-TOMATO, and is typically an upgrade to the famous BLT sandwich. Here’s my take using eggs, glorious eggs! This is the best low-carb breakfast on the block.

6 eggs
1/4 cup chopped green onions
Butter, for cooking eggs
6 slices applewood smoked bacon, cooked crispy and crumbled
2 avocados, diced small
1/2 cup grape tomatoes, cut in half
1 teaspoon lemon juice
1/2 teaspoon Spike or other seasoned salt
1 cup arugula
2 tablespoons Balsamic Reduction (Trader Joe’s and some other markets carry a Balsamic Glaze if you want to skip this step)

Heat a 9-10 inch skillet on medium-high heat. Add about a teaspoon of butter. Whisk eggs in a medium bowl. Add half of the eggs to the hot pan and sprinkle with green onion, salt, and pepper. Turn to low and cover, allowing the steam to cook the top of the egg. You can get crazy and try to flip it, but you risk breaking it. Toss avocado, tomatoes, and arugula with lemon and seasoned salt. When top cooked, remove from pan and add bacon, and salad. Fold over, slice in half, drizzle with balsamic glaze and serve with a dollop of aioli.

Direct download: LCC-90-lovett-macres.mp3
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Primal low-carb diet blogger Brian Beaven joins our co-hosts Dietitian Cassie and Jimmy Moore today in Episode 88 of "Low-Carb Conversations With Jimmy Moore & Friends!"

We're THRILLED to have Jimmy and Cassie back on the air again on Fridays taking on the latest health headlines of the day with various peeps from the low-carb, primal, Paleo, real food community. As you know, we are a listener-supported podcast and really do rely on the donations of listeners just like YOU to continue bringing you this weekly excursion into offering up opinions on what's making news in the world of nutrition and health. WE NEED YOU and appreciate anything you can do to financially support the work we are doing. If everyone who listened to this podcast just gave $1 a year, we'd easily be able to cover all of the expenses associated with production, hardware, software and everything else involved with making this show work. If you are a fan of "Low-Carb Conversations" and would like to see it continue to air, then won't you consider making a donation? We are perhaps providing one of the few places where you hear a voice of reason in the insanity that is the subject of health in 2013! CLICK HERE to be a beacon of light to those who are still stuck in the darkness of conventional wisdom regarding diet and living healthy. THANK YOU in advance for your generous support.

Jimmy and Dietitian Cassie are happy to have two podcasting professionals who just so happen to support the Paleo lifestyle as well joining them in this episode. They are Brian Beaven from the "Primal Bodhi" blog

and Roland Denzel from the "Eat Well Move Well" podcast. Tune in to hear this foursome share their thoughts on the recent dust-up regarding the use of Kerrygold butter, whether our pursuit for 100% perfection in Paleo products is wise or not, the practicality lessons learned from the release of the world's first hamburger made in a lab, whether junk food is the answer to obesity, why processed foods will almost always never be healthy, the introduction of egg white options on the menu at the fast food chain Sonic, why some school districts have chosen to opt out of the government-mandated "healthy" school lunch program and more! We've a great show for you today, so pull up a chair, grab a cup of coffee and let's talk!

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Paleo health podcasters Evan Brand and Roland Denzel join our co-hosts Dietitian Cassie and Jimmy Moore today in Episode 88 of "Low-Carb Conversations With Jimmy Moore & Friends!"

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We're THRILLED to have Jimmy and Cassie back on the air again on Fridays taking on the latest health headlines of the day with various peeps from the low-carb, primal, Paleo, real food community. As you know, we are a listener-supported podcast and really do rely on the donations of listeners just like YOU to continue bringing you this weekly excursion into offering up opinions on what's making news in the world of nutrition and health. WE NEED YOU and appreciate anything you can do to financially support the work we are doing. If everyone who listened to this podcast just gave $1 a year, we'd easily be able to cover all of the expenses associated with production, hardware, software and everything else involved with making this show work. If you are a fan of "Low-Carb Conversations" and would like to see it continue to air, then won't you consider making a donation? We are perhaps providing one of the few places where you hear a voice of reason in the insanity that is the subject of health in 2013! CLICK HERE to be a beacon of light to those who are still stuck in the darkness of conventional wisdom regarding diet and living healthy. THANK YOU in advance for your generous support.

Here's a picture of the insane high-carb hospital meal served to a mini-stroke patient that Jimmy and Cassie talk about at the beginning:

Jimmy and Dietitian Cassie are happy to have two podcasting professionals who just so happen to support the Paleo lifestyle as well joining them in this episode. They are Evan Brand from the "Not Just Paleo" podcast and Roland Denzel from the "Eat Well Move Well" podcast. Tune in to hear this foursome share their thoughts on the recent dust-up regarding the use of Kerrygold butter, whether our pursuit for 100% perfection in Paleo products is wise or not, the practicality lessons learned from the release of the world's first hamburger made in a lab, whether junk food is the answer to obesity, why processed foods will almost always never be healthy, the introduction of egg white options on the menu at the fast food chain Sonic, why some school districts have chosen to opt out of the government-mandated "healthy" school lunch program and more! We've a great show for you today, so pull up a chair, grab a cup of coffee and let's talk!

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Evan Brand's "Not Just Paleo" podcast
Evan on Twitter
Evan on Facebook
Roland Denzel's "Eat Well Move Well" podcast
Roland on Twitter
Roland on Facebook
Why I stopped buying KerryGold butter
Kerrygold Butter: To Buy or Not
First test tube ground beef served in London
How Junk Food Can End Obesity
The Myth of Healthy Processed Food
SONIC® Boosts Its Breakfast with New Egg White Option
Some school districts quit healthier lunch program

Direct download: LCC-88-brand-denzel.mp3
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Health blogger and medical school student Kris Gunnars and corporate registered dietitian Paul Krieger join our co-hosts Dietitian Cassie and Jimmy Moore today in this special cholesterol-focused Episode 87 of "Low-Carb Conversations With Jimmy Moore & Friends!"

It's been a little while since we've been on the air, but we're back with a bang today here on "Low-Carb Conversations" celebrating the long-awaited release of Jimmy's brand new book Cholesterol Clarity: What The HDL Is Wrong With My Numbers? (also available in Kindle e-book) with a special edition of the show dedicated solely to health headlines that deal with the subject of cholesterol. And in addition to our fabulous co-hosts Jimmy and Dietitian Cassie, we are pleased to welcome two highly-qualified guests to take on such a complex topic--returning guest friend and medical school student Kris Gunnars from the "Authority Nutrition" blog and registered dietitian Paul Kriegler from "Lifetime WeightLoss." Listen to them take on these cholesterol health headlines along with Jimmy and Dietitian Cassie, including why cholesterol and saturated fat are not the enemy, the role of statin medications in the treatment of cholesterol, the shocking information about cholesterol communicated by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services in a 2013 pamphlet, the new knowledge we have about cholesterol, former President George W. Bush's recent blocked artery story, Paul's column on the real deal on lipids, Kris' column on cholesterol and nutrition myths that pervade our culture and more! So pull up a chair, grab a cup of coffee and let's talk!

Because we are a listener-supported show, we need the donations of listeners like YOU to help keep it going. While we've been gone, we appreciate all the fabulous donations sent in by our faithful listeners, including Shaun, Nicole, Kenneth, Patricia, Kim, Carol, David, Barbara, Margaret, Nancy, John, Kari, Elaine, Karen, Philip, Regina, Nadine, Wendy, Greg, Linda, Penny, Gillian, Janice, Sheila and Jeff! THANK YOU GUYS SO MUCH!!! While a lot of people are loving the weekly look at the health headlines of the day from a real food, low-carb, Paleo outlook we provide on this podcast, the reality is we're not getting the financial support we need to keep this show on the air as often as we'd like. If you've been positively impacted by "Low-Carb Conversations," then consider making a donation of ANY size to help us stay on the air. Jimmy and Dietitian Cassie DEFINITELY want the show to stay alive and continue providing a sane voice of reason in response to the absurdity that tends to happen with health headlines. CLICK HERE if you want to keep hearing "Low-Carb Conversations" in the months and years to come! Your donation is greatly appreciated.

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Kris Gunnars from the "Authority Nutrition" blog
Kris on Twitter
Paul Kriegler from "Lifetime WeightLoss"
Paul on Twitter
The Diet-Heart Myth: Cholesterol and Saturated Fat Are Not the Enemy
Statin Nation: The Great Cholesterol Cover-Up
Do You Know Your Cholesterol Levels?
What we know now about cholesterol that we didn't 10 years ago
Bush's blocked artery a reminder that even fit folks can be at risk
- Paul's column The Real Lowdown on Lipids
- Kris' column Top 11 Biggest Lies of Mainstream Nutrition

Direct download: LCC-87-gunnars-kriegler.mp3
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Weight loss and health blogger Justin "Dez" Dessonville and registered dietitian/real foodie Mary Trenda join our co-hosts Dietitian Cassie and Jimmy Moore today in Episode 86 of "Low-Carb Conversations With Jimmy Moore & Friends!"

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After taking off last week for the Independence Day holiday, we're back today with what could quite possibly be our final episode of "Low-Carb Conversations." Because we are a listener-supported show, we need the donations of listeners like YOU to help keep it going. While a lot of people are loving the weekly look at the health headlines of the day from a real food, low-carb, Paleo outlook we provide on this podcast, the reality is we're not getting the financial support we need to keep this show on the air as often as we'd like. To that end, we'll be taking the next few weeks off to see if interest begins to pick up enough for us to return to the air in August. If not, then this will sadly be the final episode. Jimmy and Dietitian Cassie DEFINITELY want the show to stay alive and continue providing a sane voice of reason in response to the absurdity that tends to happen with health headlines. CLICK HERE if you want to keep hearing "Low-Carb Conversations" in the months and years to come! Your donation of ANY amount is greatly appreciated.

Today we are pleased to welcome an inspiring weight loss success story in Justin Dessonville from the "I Am Dez" blog and registered dietitian and real food advocate Mary Trenda from the "Considering You" blog to chime in with Jimmy and Dietitian Cassie on the various headlines making news in the world of health, including what's behind the new proclamation from the so-called health "experts" that omega-6-rich vegetable oils are healthy, why triglycerides are a much bigger deal than total cholesterol in heart disease, a closer look at why carbohydrates are a culprit in disease, a new study showing the Atkins diet produces the best long-term weight loss success, how marketing foods as "healthy" has actually led to even more obesity and disease, the paradoxical use of high-fat foods in an effective weight loss plan, a public health professor's one-week low-carb diet experiment and so much more! Now it's time (perhaps for the final time) to pull up a chair, grab a cup of coffee and let's talk!

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Justin Dessonville's "I Am Dez" blog
Mary Trenda's RD web site
Mary Trenda's "Considering You" blog
Vegetable oil is good for you, experts say
Triglycerides – not cholesterol – is the bona fide risk factor for coronary heart disease
New diet rule: Play your carbs right
Study shows Atkins diet is effective for long term weight loss
Atkins and the never ending battle over carbs
Healthy Food marketing may lead to weight gain
High Fat Foods that are great for your waistline
"PS from the low carb dabbler"

Direct download: LCC-86-trenta-dez.mp3
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Paleo nutrition experts and health podcasters Mary Vance and Caitlin Weeks join our co-hosts Dietitian Cassie and Jimmy Moore today in Episode 85 of "Low-Carb Conversations With Jimmy Moore & Friends!"

We've got a special treat in store for you in today's show as we welcome fellow health podcasters Mary Vance and Caitlin Weeks from the brand new "Health Nuts Podcast" sharing their nutritional experience with the Paleo way of life. They are happy to join Cassie and Jimmy is discussing the health headlines of the day, including the infatuation with the new watermelon Oreo cookie flavor, the American Medical Association's insane decision to classify obesity as an official disease, how it's possible people in the UK are gaining weight despite eating less calories, what the new calorie counts listed on the menu at Starbucks will mean, the one dietary change various health experts think average Americans should make, whether sitting is the new smoking, a critical look at the low-term effects of the low-fat diet experiment and so much more! Plus, don't miss Mary's "Meat Cookies" recipe that will pique your curiosity. Now it's time to pull up a chair, grab a cup of coffee and let's talk.

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Mary Vance, Certified Nutrition Expert
Caitlin Weeks' "Grass Fed Girl" blog
Health Nuts Podcast on iTunes
Watermelon Oreos Are Real And On Sale At Target For A Limited Time
A.M.A. Recognizes Obesity As A Disease
Britons Getting Fatter Despite Consuming Fewer Calories
Starbucks Is Adding Calorie Counts, But Will It Curb Consumption? 
The Experts: What's the One Dietary Change The Average American Should Make?
Sitting Is The New Smoking
Has Low Fat Failed the Test of Time?

Mary's "Meat Cookies" recipe

Direct download: LCC-85-vance-weeks.mp3
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Low-carb Paleo bloggers Jack Yee and Laura Kaplan join our co-hosts Dietitian Cassie and Jimmy Moore today in Episode 84 of “Low-Carb Conversations With Jimmy Moore & Friends!”

It's another week of checking out the very latest health headlines and dissecting them for you with educated opinions from some of your fellow peeps from the low-carb and Paleo community. Today we have two more fabulous guest friends in Jack Yee from the "Mental Toughness Guy" blog and our Low-Carb Cruise buddy Laura Kaplan from the brand new "N Equals One More" blog (inspired by our very own Jimmy Moore) to jibber-jabber with Cassie and Jimmy about the deceptive marketing used by food companies pushing low-fat products, an NFL defensive lineman who was cut simply for being diagnosed with Type 2 diabetes, what impact consuming Splenda has on insulin levels, what a healthy breakfast looks like in various places around the world, the metabolic difference between a banana and cookies, the skepticism about the scientific validity of blood-type diets and more! Plus, don't miss Laura's mouthwatering low-carb sauced pork chops recipe at the end. So pull up a chair, grab a cup of coffee and let's talk.

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Jack Yee's "Mental Toughness Guy" blog
Laura Kaplan's "N Equals One More" blog
The Low Fat 'Healthy Halo': Fat Labeling More Powerful Than Calorie Information In Consumers Minds
Patriots To Cut Love After He's Diagnosed With Diabetes
Could Artificial Sweetener CAUSE Diabetes? Splenda Modifies The Way The Body Handles Sugar, Increasing Insulin Production By 20%
Breakfast Around The World: Healthy Ideas From Abroad
So Apparently Bananas Are As Bad For You As Cookies And French Fries? 
No Science Behind Blood-Type Diets

Laura's Sauced Pork Chops
Over medium-high heat, place pork chops seasoned with salt and pepper in skillet and cook about 4 minutes each side depending on thickness. Make sure skillet is hot so you can get a good sear. When they're mostly done, remove and cover or put in warm oven.

De-glaze the pan with chicken stock, bone broth, or white wine and scrape up all the bits at the bottom of the pan. Reduce to a simmer and whisk about 1 1/2-2 Tbs of Dijon mustard into about 1/3 cup of heavy cream and then dump that into the pan. The sauce will thicken up in a minute or two and just pour it on top of the meat and steamed veggies.

Direct download: LCC-84-yee-kaplan.mp3
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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.

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Clark Danger's "Dude! Where's My Health?" blog
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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

Direct download: LCC-83-danger.mp3
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Blogger and weight-loss success story Karen Sorenson joins Dietitian Cassie and triumphantly returning  co-host Jimmy Moore today in Episode 82 of “Low-Carb Conversations With Jimmy Moore & Friends!”

 

Karen's blog is Living Low Carb...One Day at a Time (http://lowcarboneday.com) where she blogs about her low-carb, paleo journey and the delicious recipes she makes. She also has an ebook, "Awaken: 30+ Egg Free and Grain Free Breakfasts"  for those low carb/paleo folks that are allergic to eggs or are looking for something different for breakfast. Don't miss this great comeback episode!

 

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Connect with Karen Sorenson on:

Facebook: http://facebook.com/lowcarboneday
Twitter: http://twitter.com/lowcarboneday (@LowCarbOneDay)
Pinterest: http://pinterest.com/lowcarboneday

The 21-day, 5 ,000-calorie-a-day n=1 experiment: http://live.smashthefat.com/the-21-day-5000-calorie-challenge

Why the Paleo Diet and Lifestyle Are Not Based in Scientific Reality: http://io9.com/why-the-paleo-diet-and-lifestyle-are-not-based-in-scien-493239551

How Paleo Date Affects Lipid Panels: http://www.runnersworld.com/nutrition-for-runners/how-paleo-diet-affects-lipid-levels

Teacher's Aide Could Lose Job Over…Her Homemade Lunches: http://www.theblaze.com/stories/2013/05/17/teachers-aide-could-lose-job-over-her-homemade-lunches

Did Mike Huckabee Foreshadow His Journey Back to Obesity? http://www.kevinmd.com/blog/2013/05/mike-huckabee-foreshadow-journey-obesity.html

Why Biggest Loser is Bad for You: http://www.illawarramercury.com.au/story/1533394/why-biggest-loser-is-bad-for-you/?cs=298

Some of My Best Friends Are Germs: http://www.nytimes.com/2013/05/19/magazine/say-hello-to-the-100-trillion-bacteria-that-make-up-your-microbiome.html?_r=0

The Truth About Paleo: http://www.outsideonline.com/fitness/nutrition/Truth-About-Paleo.html

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