Jimmy Moore’s 6-Month Nutritional Ketosis Lecture In Brisbane With Slides
It’s been several weeks since I have returned home from my glorious 3-week lecture series through Eastern Australia and I’m almost all the way back in the groove again syncing my body clock with Eastern United States time. But the entire “Low Carb Down Under” (LCDU) Tour experience (listen to my retrospective LLVLC Show podcast about my trip to Oz) was magical in ways that I won’t soon forget. I was privileged to share with the beautiful people in Melbourne, Fish Creek, Byron Bay, Sydney, Adelaide and Brisbane about my personal low-carb journey as well as a 6-month update on my current n=1 experiment of “nutritional ketosis” (NK) which curiously enough has been getting quite a bit of attention in the blogosphere as of late surrounding whether it is the ketosis or calorie reduction that has helped to bring about the improvements in my weight and health. I’ll be exploring this topic further in my upcoming CarbSmart column publishing soon.
One of the conveners and hosts of the back end of the LCDU Tour was a fitness industry veteran from Brisbane, Australia named Jamie Hayes (who did a fabulous job with his own nutritional health and fitness “rant” lecture). His sons took some fabulous professional video footage of the talks in Brisbane and Jamie inserted the slide show presentations into the video footage, including prominent ones from a few names you’ll recognize: David Gillespie, Dr. Anastasia Boulais and Jamie Scott. My final Australian talk on my 6-month update of “nutritional ketosis” was captured on video along with the slides from that presentation and I wanted to share that 39-minute video with you in this blog post along with detailed bulletpoint notes below to recap what I shared with the Aussies:
I’m considering given my data to a researcher for a case study
I want to show people eating this way isn’t a crazy diet
This can be implemented in a sustainable way
I probably won’t need to stay at 85% fat forever
I’m already seeing better insulin sensitivity from doing NK
Feel free to share your feedback about my 6-month nutritional ketosis n=1 experiment update lecture in the comments section below. I look forward to sharing even more updates about my testing in 2013 as I continue to gather data about how this is going. If you want to hear more about my NK experience, my friend and fellow health podcaster Abel James interviewed me on his “Fat Burning Man Show” today. Take a listen!