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.

Episode 392

Welcome to Low Carb Conversations with Leah Williamson,Holly Jean Barrett and Amber Horn, Functional Nutritional Therapy Practitioners.

This week on the Low Carb Conversations Podcast the Leah, Holly Jean and Amber are back together for their Co-Host Catch Up.  The ladies recap the following episodes:

The discussion then turns to what has happened to the discussion on food? On social media we see prominent players in the nutrition world digging into deeper even somewhat complicated topics around food and often forgetting the simple things such as the positive impact of drinking water or eating real food.

And even though we have more access to more knowledge about nutrition than ever before our Millennial generation is becoming sicker. The ladies discuss why this might be and then look at making positive choices with the knowledge we have.

Articles:

The Decline In Millennial Health Needs To Be Addressed

Knowledge is power when it comes to ethical food choices

 

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Episode 391

Welcome to Low Carb Conversations with Leah Williamson,Holly Jean Barrett and Amber Horn, Functional Nutritional Therapy Practitioners.

This week on the Low Carb Conversations Podcast Amber and Holly Jean chat with Danette May. Danette is a health and mindfulness expert, founder of The Rise Movement, author of the book The Rise as well as seven health and fitness books and programs, and she is the founder of Earth Echo, a phenomenal superfood company. 

In this episode we talk with Danette about the psycho-emotional roots of disease in relation to our health and wellness and how using different types of stress relief can help us to decrease and manage the stress in our lives. Our last article that we discuss is goal setting for self-improvement and Danette has an incredibly fresh take on this topic that was incredibly fun to talk about!

Articles:

 

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  1. Subscribe to the podcast (if you don’t already) so it automatically downloads for you each week and you never miss an episode.
  2. Leave a review on Apple Podcasts – it does not take very long to do and this really helps get the podcast seen by others.
  3. Recommend the podcast to your friends and family – recommendations from someone you know and trust are always invaluable.
  4. Another way to help if you think the content you are receiving is worthwhile and has helped you is to leave a small donation by clicking the “Donate” now Pay Pal button on the right side of the website.
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Episode 390

Welcome to Low Carb Conversations with Leah Williamson, Holly Jean Barrett and Amber Horn, Functional Nutritional Therapy Practitioners.

This week on the Low Carb Conversations Podcast Leah and Holly Jean chat with Tricia Nelson. Tricia is an internationally acclaimed author, transformational speaker and emotional eating expert. Through her workshops, retreats, books and online content, Tricia has helped hundreds of people overcome a variety of eating disorders and addictions.

Tricia discusses the rise of Emotional Eating due to COVID. We explore whether Emotional Eating a problem and what coping strategies you can put in place. Tricia also explains the difference between emotional eating, hunger and appetite. Lastly we wrap up the podcast with why Tricia believes 98% of diets fail. Tune to hear this and more!

Articles:

  • Emotional Eating During COVID-19 Pandemic
  • What is appetite?
  • From purse strings to waistlines: why budgets and diets both fail

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Ways you can help support the Podcast!

We are truly appreciative of any support you can give to the podcast! Here are some ways you can help us reach more people each week:

  • Subscribe to the podcast (if you don’t already) so it automatically downloads for you each week and you never miss an episode.
  • Leave a review on Apple Podcasts – it does not take very long to do and this really helps get the podcast seen by others.
  • Recommend the podcast to your friends and family – recommendations from someone you know and trust are always invaluable.
  • Another way to help if you think the content you are receiving is worthwhile and has helped you is to leave a small donation by clicking the “Donate” now Pay Pal button on the right side of the website.
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Episode 389

Welcome to Low Carb Conversations with Leah Williamson, Holly Jean Barrett and Amber Horn, Functional Nutritional Therapy Practitioners.

Our Guest today is Elyse Comerford – Integrative Nutritionist and Certified GAPS Practitioner, Holistic Health Coach, Exercise Scientist, Keynote Speaker, Mentor, and most importantly, a mother!

In today’s episode Elyse shares her health journey with Leah and Holly Jean and does some myth busting on some misconceptions about the GAPS diet. It’s not as big and scary as some people would like to you believe. Spoiler alert: the benefits diet pros can outweigh the cons; the truth lies in the context of bio-individuality and unique healing needs.

The conversation also gets personal as we discuss the pressure of motherhood and our experiences with mom shaming. We think you will enjoy hearing about the importance of self care and the relationships we cultivate to support us in nourishing our bodies and souls.

We wrap up this episode with a chat about how nutrition has changed over the last three decades, including probiotics and the microbiome, whole food diets, omega 3 fatty acids, and the rise of nutrition information in the age of the internet.

Articles:

What is the GAPS diet and why one expert says she wouldn’t recommend it under any circumstances

Parenting: ‘The mom shame is so real’: There’s no way to win in the pandemic

Two veteran nutritionists discuss the seismic shifts in nutrition that have changed the way we have eaten since the 1980s

 

Additional Show Resources:

Book reference discussed: Nutrition for Life by Catherine Saxelyby

Ways you can help support the Podcast!

We are truly appreciative of any support you can give to the podcast! Here are some ways you can help us reach more people each week:

  1. Subscribe to the podcast (if you don’t already) so it automatically downloads for you each week and you never miss an episode.
  2. Leave a review on Apple Podcasts – it does not take very long to do and this really helps get the podcast seen by others.
  3. Recommend the podcast to your friends and family – recommendations from someone you know and trust are always invaluable.
  4. Another way to help if you think the content you are receiving is worthwhile and has helped you is to leave a small donation by clicking the “Donate” now Pay Pal button on the right side of the website.
  5. Join the Facebook Group, like the Facebook Page, and please use any affiliate links we post if you are thinking of buying the book or product we mention.

Please help support the podcast so we can reach those that need help.  Thank you so much!


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