Mon, 23 July 2018
This week on Low Carb Conversations with Leah Williamson NTP and Guests, Leah is joined by special guest host Shelley Gawith. Leah and Shelley take an in-depth look at the latest health news headlines.
This week on the podcast Leah and Shelley discuss mould and it's impacts on health. Shelley shares her journey of being exposed not once but twice with mould. They then take a look how fungus in the caves might impact the trapped thai soccer team and their health. Moving on Leah is trying to find Shelley a boyfriend who farms giant avocados :), Shelley takes a look at smoothies and how much sugar they contain. Leah discusses whether marketing can help children eat veggies and lastly a look at cannibalism and how this might help unlock some clues to diseases today.
Here is the joke Leah was trying to mention in the podcast about Avocados :)
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