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.

We've got another funtabulicious Friday here today in Episode 68 of Low-Carb Conversations with Jimmy Moore & Friends. Your two congenial and lovable co-hosts Jimmy and Dietitian Cassie are in their rightful places ready to tackle the latest health headlines of the day. This podcast is one of the most unique in the low-carb and Paleo communities because you get to hear real opinions from real people living this lifestyle sharing the real deal about the nutrition and health ideas of our day. We give 'em all the white gloves treatment and tell it like it is. If you like what you hear, then remember we are LISTENER-SUPPORTED and your donations really go a long way towards helping us continue bringing you more opinions galore in the weeks, months and years to come. If you enjoy our weekly romp through the health headlines that you hear on "Low-Carb Conversations" and want to help us out, then you can make a donation to keep us on the air throughout 2013 and beyond. THANK YOU for your support!

We've got two more awesome guest friends from the Paleo and low-carb blogging community joining us today as we welcome Sam Feltham from "Smash The Fat" and Jennifer Courtney from the "PaleoMomRx" blog. Listen in as Jimmy and Cassie talk about what foods RDs would eat and wouldn't eat, how so many people are diagnosing their health online these day and how listening to health podcasts can actually lead you to lose more weight than those who don't. Then they invite in Sam and Jennifer to address how a medical doctor gets it all wrong about high-fat, low-carb diets, the absurdity of the new Coke anti-obesity ads focusing on calories, whether "fat genes" determine whether you'll become obese or not, the viability of BMI for measuring obesity, the negative effect of carbohydrates on the brain and the fact that there is 30% more sugar in cereals sold in the UK than in the US. And then our favorite part of the show is the recipe and cooking tips time at the end with Sam and Jennifer featuring a chicken fajita dish. Now you know what to do: pull up a chair, grab a cup of coffee and let's talk!


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Sam Feltham from "Smash The Fat"
Jennifer Courtney from the "PaleoMomRx" blog
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Britain's biggest cereal brands contain 30% more sugar than same products in U.S.


▪ 1 medium chicken breast
▪ 1 lettuce
▪ 2 tomatoes
▪ 1 red pepper
▪ 1 birdseye chilli
▪ 1 small red onion
▪ ½ avocado1 lime
▪ 1 tablespoon of olive oil
Cut 1 tomato, ½ red pepper, birdseye chilli and red onion to make a salsa. Spoon out the avocado and chop up the other tomato, mix those together, squeeze the lime in and mash it up to make a guacamole.
Slice the other ½ of the red pepper and chicken into strips. Fry them in the olive oil. Once cooked put on a separate plate. Now comes the low carb bit. You'll be using the lettuce leaves as tortillas to make the fajitas. With a leaf in hand spread on some salsa, guacamole and place some fried chicken peppers on top. Roll it up and eat it up, but be careful  as I have had salsa juice run down my top on a couple of occasions!
Direct download: LCC-68-feltham-courtney.mp3
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