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LCC (Episode 107): Tammy Credicott & Steve Parke On Why Canola Oil NOT Optimal

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In Episode 107 of “Low-Carb Conversations With Jimmy Moore & Friends,” we’ve got a Paleo blogger and cookbook author named Tammy Credicott and health enthusiast Steve Parke joining our host Dietitian Cassie along with her special guest co-host and registered dietitian Eliana Witchell. Today is 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!

I’m steadily making progress on my 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 Are, Paleo 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!

Here are links to the health headlines discussed today:
- 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

There are four ways you can listen to Episode 107:

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We’d love to know what YOU thought about what you heard in today’s show in the show notes section of Episode 107. Coming up next week in Episode 108, Dietitian Cassie will be joined by guest co-host and registered dietitian Laura Acchione from “The Sassy Dietitian” along with guest friends Paleo fitness guru Grant Hill from “Paleo Nutrition Certified” and clean eating aficionado Kayla Kulans. We can’t wait to take another look through the latest health headlines next Friday!

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The LLVLC Show (Episode 807): LLVLC Classic – Dr. Robert Lustig Gives Us The Bitter Truth About Sugar

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In Episode 807 of “The Livin’ La Vida Low-Carb Show with Jimmy Moore,” we’ve got an incredible two-hour interview neuroendocrinologist, anti-sugar crusader, and New York Times bestselling author Dr. Robert Lustig as our special guest in this LLVLC Show Classic from our golden archives. Today’s episode guest is someone who initially told me he didn’t want to be on the podcast when he was asked. But thanks to my fellow health podcaster Sean Croxton from “Underground Wellness” who told University of California San Francisco professor of pediatrics Dr. Robert Lustig that my show is open-minded and I’m honest in my interviews, he agreed to be on my podcast. At the time, his infamous viral YouTube video lecture “Sugar: The Bitter Truth” was all the rage. In 2014, that video is still going strong at 6.5+ million views and counting. And the conversations I had with him was such a hit that he was back for another interview soon thereafter before the release of his bestselling books Fat Chance: Beating the Odds Against Sugar, Processed Food, Obesity, and Disease and Fat Chance Cookbook: More Than 100 Recipes Ready in Under 30 Minutes to Help You Lose the Sugar and the Weight.

Listen in as Dr. Lustig and I discuss why he thinks a total “low-carb” approach misses the boat, why the vagus (or pneumogastric) nerve and insulin metabolism are forcing us to store more fat and be less active, the results of his studies that show fructose is metabolized more like alcohol than glucose, and therefore contributes to liver damage, and a whole lot more. These back-to-back interviews aired long before the world really knew who Dr. Robert Lustig was, so enjoy this very special LLVLC Show Classic episode with the man himself.

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WE NEED YOUR FINANCIAL SUPPORT OF THIS PODCAST! We’ve got lots of exciting interview guests for you in the coming months discussing the very latest in nutrition, health and fitness. Your financial support and regular listening is sincerely appreciated. If these podcast interviews on Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays from the most provocative and thought-provoking experts in diet and healthy living have helped you in any way, then won’t you consider helping us out by clicking on the DONATE button? Or you can USE OUR AMAZON.COM LINK to make your regular purchase and we’ll get a small portion of your purchase. THANK YOU!

How did you like these back-to-back interviews with Dr. Robert Lustig? Provide your reaction to what you heard in the show notes section of Episode 807. Pick up Dr. Lustig’s books Fat Chance and Fat Chance Cookbook, keep up with him at UCSF page, and watch his viral YouTube video “Sugar: The Bitter Truth”. Coming up next week, we’ve got guest host Erin Chamerlik from “Get Better Wellness” on Monday, guest host Jennifer Matthews (aka “Naturopath Jen”) from “The Wellness Empire” in Australia on Tuesday, and an LLVLC Show Classic episode with former Atkins nurse Jackie Eberstein from “Controlled Carbohydrate Nutrition” on Wednesday.

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Here’s the upcoming guest host/LLVLC Show Classic episode schedule:

4-21-14: Guest Host Erin Chamerlik
4-22-14: Guest Host Naturopath Jen
4-23-14: LLVLC Classic–Jackie Eberstein
4-28-14: Guest Host Richard Nikoley
4-29-14: Guest Host–Kendall Kendrick
4-30-14: LLVLC Classic–JJ Virgin

If you have something to share about what you heard on “The Livin’ La Vida Low-Carb Show,” then drop us an e-mail at our dedicated podcast e-mail address–LLVLCShow@gmail.com. We’d love to hear from you about what you think about the show, interview guest suggestions, show topics, and anything else you want to share! I LOVE hearing from my listeners, so share what’s on your mind. And we’d so appreciate it if you left us a review for the podcast on iTunes–just CLICK HERE and leave us a few sentences about what impact the podcast has made on your life.

Dreamfields Offers $7.9 Million Lawsuit Settlement Over Low-Carb Pasta Claims

The company that has been pushing their pasta product as being good for diabetics and people following low-carb diets for over a decade has settled a class action lawsuit filed on July 22, 2013 to the tune of $7.9 million this week, according to a report published on Law360. People in the low-carb community rejoiced back in January 2004 during the heyday of the low-carb product explosion when Dakota Growers Pasta Co. released their brand new “healthier” version of pasta they called Dreamfields Pasta boasting that it had fewer digestible carbohydrates than regular pasta while still maintaining that familiar and enjoyable pasta mouth feel that low-carbers used to love before their carb-cutting days. The product was prominently featured on The Food Network’s popular show Unwrapped and it was a perfect match made in low-carb heaven–but, unfortunately, it was all predicated on a lie from the very beginning. The tragic demise of this deceptive product has been been in the process of unfolding since 2011.

The rumblings about the potential fraudulent nature of this product heavily marketed to people restricting their carbohydrate intake all began in May 2011 right after the Low-Carb Cruise that year when my Swedish physician friend Dr. Andreas Eenfeldt decided to test this theory of “low-carb pasta” for himself. He had read this February 2011 Diabetes Care study conducted by diabetes researcher Dr. Mary C. Gannon from the Minneapolis Veterans Administration Medical Center and the University of Minnesota that attempted to confirm the claim that there are only 5g digestible carbohydrates in the Dreamfields pasta. So she and her research team put it to the test.

Here were the results of Dr. Gannon’s blood sugar testing of Dreamfields:

When Dr. Eenfeldt tested his blood sugar after consuming Dreamfields pasta, he got similar results as Dr. Gannon:

All of this caught my attention at the time as I was already interesting in conducting n=1 tests of various “low-carb” products to see what impact they would have on my blood sugar levels. So in May 2011 I decided to put the Dreamfields pasta to the test. Here were my shocking results comparing what my blood sugar did eating regular high-carb pasta and this supposed “low-carb” pasta:

In the days that followed, I remember receiving an e-mail from the President of Dreamfields Foods Mike Crowley who wanted to do an interview on my podcast about these allegations regarding his company’s products which aired at the beginning of Episode 475 of “The Livin’ La Vida Low-Carb Show” podcast on May 30, 2011. You can listen to the interview in its entirety in the videos listed below:


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5HUqybUr9bI


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=axfmH-dmMVM


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a3iIXN6eNbE

In the interview, Crowley noted that the Dreamfields pasta product was made with a patent-pending formula and unique manufacturing process that created a “matrix” within the product and prevented 31 grams of carbohydrates per serving from being digested, resulting in a glycemic index 65 percent lower than its peers. But lab tests conducted by Dr. Gannon, Dr. Eenfeldt and others comparing Dreamfields to regular pasta revealed this was just not the case. This made what Crowley had to say during my interview less than believable.

After this interview aired, a Portland, OR-based Type 2 diabetic named Deborah Krueger started doing her own independent investigation into Dreamfields and other “low-carb” scams like Julian Bakery breads (who ironically has attempted to rebrand themselves in recent years by producing a series of so-called “Paleo” breads with full-page marketing on the back cover of Paleo Magazine–but it’s hard to believe lying liars who lie about their products). Deborah has spent thousands of dollars of her own money to expose the flaws in the nutritional labeling on products like Dreamfields. My low-carb blogging friend Laura Dolson, the Low-Carb Diets Guide for About.com, has written about the concerns over the low-carb claims of Dreamfields. And a pasta insider shared his concerns with me in January 2012 about the reliability of the claims made about Dreamfields.

When last year’s class action lawsuit was filed, the jig on this “low-carb” pasta was up. Now they’re on the hook for paying out reimbursements to anyone who purchased Dreamfields pasta since February 2004. The total claims will be limited to $5 million with $2.9 million going to pay for attorney fees for the plaintiffs Joseph Mirakay, Louis Messina, Michael Elefterakis, and John Gembinski. If the full $5 million is not claimed by consuemrs, then the remaining funds will be equally distributed to the people making claims as well as a donation made to the American Diabetes Association (not ideal, but better that the money goes somewhere). The specifics of the lawsuit claim there were violations of the New Jersey Consumer Fraud Act, breach of contract and breach of express and implied warranty and on behalf of various subclasses under other state consumer protection laws.

The company that makes Dreamfields decided to agree to this deal after realizing they would very likely lose badly if this went to court. As part of their settlement, the company agrees to remove all the health claims like “Healthy Carb Living” from the front packaging of their products for a period of one year. The fact that they charged over double what regular pasta costs for this “healthy” pasta was a big part of what makes this a tragic story. Sadly, there are a lot of low-carb dieters who still eat this stuff thinking it’s a good part of their diet none-the-wiser of its impact on their blood sugar and insulin levels. Of course, Dreamfields still stands behind their own research that claims this pasta is what they say it is. But that data has never been released to the public.

There are no details at this time about how to make a claim for your portion of the $5 million settlement, but I’ll post that information here as soon as it becomes available. What are your thoughts about this lawsuit settlement? Do you think it’s fair? Or is this much ado about nothing? Share your thoughts in the comments section below.

4-17-14 UPDATE: The preliminary class action settlement has been announced and it looks like everyone who makes a claim against Dreamfields will receive a total of $29.85 each. That comes out to roughly 167,504 claims to exhaust the full $5 million. They won’t even come close to that. It’ll likely be at most around 25,000 claims that will kick in the 50% extra for a total of about $45 for each claimant. And the remaining several million dollars will all go to the ADA. Here’s the actual wording from the preliminary settlement:

When they post a link for how to make your claim, I will share it here. Stay tuned!

The LLVLC Show (Episode 806): Guest Host Cassie Bjork Interviews Michelle Tam From ‘Nom Nom Paleo’

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In Episode 806 of “The Livin’ La Vida Low-Carb Show with Jimmy Moore,” we’ve got Registered, Licensed Dietitian, health coach, blogger and podcaster Cassie Bjork serving as our special guest host interviewing Paleo blogger and author Michelle Tam. Today’s guest host is a familiar name to fans of my work. She is the amazing Cassie Bjork from “Dietitian Cassie” and serves as the enthusiastic co-host on my Friday podcast “Low-Carb Conversations With Jimmy Moore & Friends.” Cassie is incredibly passionate about exposing people to healthy nutrition with real food. Through her work as Dietitian Cassie, she focuses on debunking rumors, diet myths and fads while teaching clients how to eat healthy by breaking down research-based material into practical forms that can be implemented into any lifestyle. Cassie is an ardent believer in using real food for optimal health and performance and strives to live a balanced lifestyle while helping others do the same.

Cassie invited on Paleo blogger and New York Times bestselling author of Nom Nom Paleo: Food for Humans Michelle Tam from “Nom Nom Paleo.” In partnership with her husband, Henry Fong, Michelle developed the top-selling Nom Nom Paleo iPad app as well as their new book. When she’s not cooking or writing, Michelle can be found working graveyard shifts as a hospital pharmacist, chasing her two young sons around the house, or passed out cold (yes, she’s got quite the quirky sense of humor, but that’s why we love her!).

Listen in as Cassie and Michelle discuss how she balances the many important roles in her life, how she prioritizes each of those duties to stay sane through the busyness, what she feeds her kids in their school lunches, how she transitioned her kids to embrace and love the Paleo diet, the importance of being realistic and listening to your body, the critical impact of exercise on health, not falling for “Paleo Perfectionism,” her recommendations for stress management to prevent stress eating, and how the idea of treats fits into a Paleo template. And don’t miss hearing Michelle shares her kitchen staples and what she does when she doesn’t have a lot of time to cook. This is a fun episode with two amazingly spectacular leaders in the Paleo/real food community.

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There are four ways you can listen to Episode 806:

1. Listen at the iTunes page for the podcast:

2. Listen and comment about the show at the official web site for the podcast:

3. Download the MP3 file of Episode 806 [48:54]:

4. Listen on the Stitcher app–NO DOWNLOADING!

WE NEED YOUR FINANCIAL SUPPORT OF THIS PODCAST! We’ve got lots of exciting interview guests for you in the coming months discussing the very latest in nutrition, health and fitness. Your financial support and regular listening is sincerely appreciated. If these podcast interviews on Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays from the most provocative and thought-provoking experts in diet and healthy living have helped you in any way, then won’t you consider helping us out by clicking on the DONATE button? Or you can USE OUR AMAZON.COM LINK to make your regular purchase and we’ll get a small portion of your purchase. THANK YOU!

How did you like what Michelle Tam had to share with guest host Dietitian Cassie in today’s show? Give us your feedback in the show notes section of Episode 806. Get Michelle’s new book Nom Nom Paleo: Food for Humans and keep up with her work at NomNomPaleo.com. And check out more about Cassie at DietitianCassie.com. Coming up on Wednesday, we’ll have another stupendous LLVLC Show Classic episode featuring the man who initially refused to come on my podcast because he didn’t believe in a low-carb diet–Dr. Robert Lustig of “Sugar: The Bitter Truth” viral YouTube video fame (garnering over 4.5 million views and counting).

Here’s the upcoming guest host/LLVLC Show Classic episode schedule:

4-16-14: LLVLC Classic–Dr. Robert Lustig
4-21-14: Guest Host Erin Chamerlik
4-22-14: Guest Host Naturopath Jen
4-23-14: LLVLC Classic–Jackie Eberstein
4-28-14: Guest Host Richard Nikoley
4-29-14: Guest Host–Kendall Kendrick
4-30-14: LLVLC Classic–JJ Virgin

If you have something to share about what you heard on “The Livin’ La Vida Low-Carb Show,” then drop us an e-mail at our dedicated podcast e-mail address–LLVLCShow@gmail.com. We’d love to hear from you about what you think about the show, interview guest suggestions, show topics, and anything else you want to share! I LOVE hearing from my listeners, so share what’s on your mind. And we’d so appreciate it if you left us a review for the podcast on iTunes–just CLICK HERE and leave us a few sentences about what impact the podcast has made on your life.

The LLVLC Show (Episode 805): Guest Hosts The ‘That Paleo Show’ Podcast Gang On 30-Day Challenges

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In Episode 805 of “The Livin’ La Vida Low-Carb Show with Jimmy Moore,” we’ve got Aussie health podcasters and Paleo enthusiasts Sarah Stewart, Steve Hayter, and Dr. Brett Hill filling in as our special guest co-hosts. We go all the way down to the land down under of Australia today with Sarah Stewart, Steve Hayter and Dr. Brett Hill from the “That Paleo Show” iTunes podcast guest hosting today’s episode. And this episode is dedicated to the idea of doing 30-day challenges and how important they can be to get you motivated to get moving in your weight and health goals. A full transcript is listed below for your convenience, but you won’t want to miss this incredible podcast from three of my Aussie friends.

TRANSCRIPT:
Hi Everyone, Welcome to another awesome episode of Jimmy Moore’s Livin La Vida Low- Carb. I’m Sarah Stewart, I’m Steve Hayter, and I’m Dr. Brett Hill and we are the co-hosts of That Paleo Show.

We are super pumped to be your guest hosts on today’s show and have put together a special episode with you all specifically in mind. We can’t wait to get stuck in and share with you an amazing strategy that has brought us bucket loads of fun, pushed us to our limits and given us many personal insights. It’s helped to keep us inspired and has also given us the kick in the pants that we all sometimes need when constantly striving to be the healthiest versions of ourselves possible. Today we are talking–30 DAY CHALLENGES!

We know the Livin La Vida Low-Carb tribe are a switched on crew and we wanted to bring you something new and fresh that you can apply to your own lives regardless of where you are in your journey of transitioning to being the best and most vibrant you possible.
No surprises here, we’re human too and we know what it’s like to experience a lack of motivation. We get how challenging and frustrating it is to be unsure of how to kick your health up to the next level and we know what it is like to feel lacking in confidence or certainty when it comes to trialing new approaches in health.
Today we are going to give you all the information you need to challenge yourselves in a structured and purposeful way that is easy to achieve and a powerful agent in arriving at your own conclusions for what works best for you.

Before we get to the, how and the what, Brett could you get the ball rolling by telling us why you think it’s important for us to be challenged and what role this can play when it comes to our health?
Continue into following points:

• Why being challenged is important
• Why 30 days
- It takes about 30 days to form a habit long enough to make an impact, short enough to be attainable- bite size chunks
- Do it for 30 days, review results and incorporate positives as new habit
• What level of challenge is good i.e. types of challenges we have done (needs to be doable- Steve can talk about SMART Goals)
- Whole 30
- 30 days raw
- 30 days of no social networking
- 30 days of no swearing
- 30 days of meditation morning and night
- 30 days of push-ups
- 30 day squat challenge
- 30 day Arise and Shine detox, fruit and veggies with supplements and bentonite
- 30 days of cold showers
- 30 days of Bikram yoga
• Set yourself up for success. Letting the people you spend time with know what you are doing and more importantly the WHY behind it. Don’t be afraid to tell them exactly what you need. I.e. I get up early for training and therefore need to go to bed by 10am each night to get my 7 hours sleep.
• When/if to stop a challenge (discuss that this is not a failure, knowing your limits is a smart thing)
• What we have learnt in the process from our challenges i.e. 30 days raw resulted in us incorporating more fresh veggies into our daily nutrition as well as upping the amount of raw food we consumed. Outcome was that we realized that even though we were eating pretty clean and sticking to Paleo principles we were lacking appropriate quantity of vegetables in our food and relying too much on sweet potato and broccoli
• The importance of reflecting on the challenge and working out what was good and how it can compliment your daily life–review, keep and discard

Here’s the thing, the next 30 days are going to happen regardless, that’s a fact. So why not take action and try something new for the next 30 days. You can make an impact by creating a new habit. You’re in control so why not take positive steps that will improve the quality of your health and your life. That Paleo Show are here to help. We want to motivate and inspire you. We would like to invite you all to join our 30 day challenge group on our face book page “That Paleo Show” Here you will be able to participate in one or all of our 30 day challenges in a supportive and positive environment with people that genuinely want to see you succeed.

Steve are you happy to tell our listeners what our challenges will be?
30 days of gratitude
30 day squat challenge
Increase consumption of veggies daily and start each day with a glass of water for 30 days

We cannot wait for you all to join us and to start seeing notable changes in your daily lives and you’re ready to take it to the next level Brett is going to tell you all about a special event coming up very shortly.

Well there it is thank you for letting us bring a little piece of Aussie wellness to you all today. We hope you all enjoyed the show as much as we did, make sure you tell us what you think and find out more about Paleo Café Cave Camp at www.thatpaleoshow.com Get involved by liking us on Facebook and following us on instagram, and we’ll see you on our 30 day challenge face book group. Share your story and help to grow the Paleo tribe worldwide.

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Listen to Sarah, Steve and Dr. Hill on the “That Paleo Show” podcast:

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There are four ways you can listen to Episode 805:

1. Listen at the iTunes page for the podcast:

2. Listen and comment about the show at the official web site for the podcast:

3. Download the MP3 file of Episode 805 [35:05]:

4. Listen on the Stitcher app–NO DOWNLOADING!

WE NEED YOUR FINANCIAL SUPPORT OF THIS PODCAST! We’ve got lots of exciting interview guests for you in the coming months discussing the very latest in nutrition, health and fitness. Your financial support and regular listening is sincerely appreciated. If these podcast interviews on Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays from the most provocative and thought-provoking experts in diet and healthy living have helped you in any way, then won’t you consider helping us out by clicking on the DONATE button? Or you can USE OUR AMAZON.COM LINK to make your regular purchase and we’ll get a small portion of your purchase. THANK YOU!

What did you think about what my Aussie friends Dr. Brett Hill, Sarah Stewart and Steve Hayter had to say about 30-day challenges? Tell us what you think in the show notes section of Episode 805. Check out their “That Paleo Show” iTunes health podcast and interact with them on their official Facebook page. Coming up on Tuesday, my “Low-Carb Conversations” podcast co-host Dietitian Cassie will be interviewing the incredibly awesome Michelle Tam from “Nom Nom Paleo” about her New York Times bestselling book with Henry Fong entitled Nom Nom Paleo: Food for Humans. Then on Wednesday, we’ll have another stupendous LLVLC Show Classic episode featuring the man who initially refused to come on my podcast because he didn’t believe in a low-carb diet–Dr. Robert Lustig of “Sugar: The Bitter Truth” viral YouTube video fame (garnering over 4.5 million views and counting).

Here’s the upcoming guest host/LLVLC Show Classic episode schedule:

4-15-14: Guest Host Dietitian Cassie
4-16-14: LLVLC Classic–Dr. Robert Lustig
4-21-14: Guest Host Erin Chamerlik
4-22-14: Guest Host Naturopath Jen
4-23-14: LLVLC Classic–Jackie Eberstein
4-28-14: Guest Host Richard Nikoley
4-29-14: Guest Host–Kendall Kendrick
4-30-14: LLVLC Classic–JJ Virgin

If you have something to share about what you heard on “The Livin’ La Vida Low-Carb Show,” then drop us an e-mail at our dedicated podcast e-mail address–LLVLCShow@gmail.com. We’d love to hear from you about what you think about the show, interview guest suggestions, show topics, and anything else you want to share! I LOVE hearing from my listeners, so share what’s on your mind. And we’d so appreciate it if you left us a review for the podcast on iTunes–just CLICK HERE and leave us a few sentences about what impact the podcast has made on your life.

LCC (Episode 106): John Pierce And Ciarra Hannah Examine Why Americans Are Obese

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In Episode 106 of “Low-Carb Conversations With Jimmy Moore & Friends,” we welcome in a low-carb diet enthusiast in John Pierce as well as Paleo blogger Ciarra Hannah joining our host Dietitian Cassie along with special guest co-host and registered dietitian SaVanna Sims, RD. What a show we have in store for you today featuring more of our great friends from the low-carb, Paleo, and real food community. There’s no other podcast out there right now that gives you such instant access to educated opinions and viewpoints from such a wide variety of voices week after week on the latest health headlines of the day. Although I’m still away for a big longer finishing up my next book Keto Clarity slated to release on August 5, 2014, this podcast continues on strong thanks to the faithful support of YOU our listeners. If you like what you hear and haven’t yet showed your financial support for “Low-Carb Conversations,” then won’t you consider doing that? CLICK HERE to make your donation of any amount that will help us keep sharing this amazing podcast with you throughout 2014 and beyond. THANK YOU SO MUCH!

Our lovely and talented host Dietitian Cassie has once again tapped into her great Rolodex of contacts to find a very special guest co-host to join her in fellow registered dietitian SaVanna Sims, RD from “The Nutrient Dense Dietitian” blog as well as two amazing guest friends in low-carb diet supporter John Pierce and Ciarra Hannah from the “Popular Paleo” blog. Listen in as this foursome tackles some of the most recent health headlines, including the lasting metabolic impact of a crappy carbage breakfast on kids, a new study that questions the role of saturated fat in heart disease, how standing up at your job can affect your blood sugar levels, some rather surprising reasons why Americans are obese, why most of the things we’ve been told about “unhealthy” foods is just plain wrong, what we can all learn from the Paleo diet whether we love it or hate it, and so much more. We’ve got a good show in store for you today, so pull up a chair, grab a cup of coffee and let’s talk!

Here are links to the health headlines discussed today:
- Poor breakfast in youth linked to metabolic syndrome
- Study questions fat and heart disease link
- How Standing up at work affects blood sugar
- Surprising Reasons Why Americans Are Obese
- Why Almost Everything You’ve Been Told about Unhealthy Foods is Wrong
- Things Everyone Can Learn from Paleo (even if you hate it)

There are four ways you can listen to Episode 106:

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