Real Health Conversations
Real Health Conversations (Formerly Low-Carb Conversations) is hosted by Holly Jean Mullen, FNTP and features a variety of voices in the world of modern nutrition and health science, expressing many different points of view.

Paleo blogger and cookbook author Tammy Credicott and health enthusiast Steve Parke join our host Dietitian Cassie along with special guest co-host and registered dietitian Eliana Witchell today in Episode 107 of "Low-Carb Conversations With Jimmy Moore & Friends!"

It's the special day each week that we set aside to take a closer look at some recent health headlines from a low-carb, Paleo, and real food perspective. There are so many voices out there opining about what you should think about diet and healthy living, but it's good to get educated thoughts and ideas from various people in the alternative nutritional health community. It can get nauseating hearing a monolithic message about health from mainstream news sources. But we are committed to bucking that trend and giving you the "other side" of these stories so you can draw your own conclusions about what these headlines mean for you. If you like what you hear and want to help support us in our efforts here at "Low-Carb Conversations," then CLICK HERE to make a donation to keeping this show on the air. THANK YOU SO MUCH!

Jimmy Moore is steadily making progress on his highly-anticipated August 5, 2014 book release Keto Clarity and can't wait to get back to podcasting again. But in the meantime, our co-host Dietitian Cassie is still doing a spectacular job choosing some pretty amazing special guest co-hosts and today is no different as she welcomes in a real foods-based RD from Toronto, Ontario named Eliana Witchell. These two incredible registered dietitians are joined by guest friends Paleo cookbook author Tammy Credicott from "The Healthy GF Life" (author of Make-Ahead Paleo: Healthy Gluten-, Grain- & Dairy-Free Recipes Ready When & Where You ArePaleo Indulgences: Healthy Gluten-Free Recipes to Satisfy Your Primal Cravings, and The Healthy Gluten-Free Life: 200 Delicious Gluten-Free, Dairy-Free, Soy-Free and Egg-Free Recipes) and Steve Parke who doesn't have a website or any social media pages, but has so many great things to share as you'll hear in today's episode.

Still think canola oil is healthy? Watch this video discussed in today's show:

How It's Made - Canola Oil

Listen in as Cassie, Eliana, Tammy and Steve share their thoughts on why Naked Juice isn't as natural as you might think, a new marketing ad from Mazola claiming canola oil is better than olive oil, a new study stating higher intake of fruits and vegetables will help you live longer, why almost everything you've ever been told about unhealthy foods is probably wrong, and so much more. Plus, we've got a great recipe from Tammy at the end for Prosciutto Olive & Sundried Tomato Turkey Burgers as well as other health and cooking tips just for you. It's time to pull up a chair, grab a cup of coffee and let's talk!


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Eliana Witchell on Twitter
Eliana Witchell on Facebook
Tammy Credicott from "The Healthy GF Life"
Tammy Credicott on Twitter
Tammy Credicott on Facebook
Make-Ahead Paleo: Healthy Gluten-, Grain- & Dairy-Free Recipes Ready When & Where You Are
Paleo Indulgences: Healthy Gluten-Free Recipes to Satisfy Your Primal Cravings
The Healthy Gluten-Free Life: 200 Delicious Gluten-Free, Dairy-Free, Soy-Free and Egg-Free Recipes
- Steve Parke (has no website or social media presence)
- SECRET HEADLINE: Naked Juice Admits It’s Not So Natural
- VIDEO: Mazola TV Commercial - 'Options'
- VIDEO: How It's Made - Canola Oil
- AJCN STUDY: Phytosterols that are naturally present in commercial corn oil significantly reduce cholesterol absorption in humans.
Numerous vegetable, fruit portions reduced risk of dying
Why Almost Everything You’ve Been Told about Unhealthy Foods is Wrong
- RECIPE: Tammy's Prosciutto Olive & Sundried Tomato Turkey Burgers

Direct download: LCC-107-credicott-parke.mp3
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