We’re moving right along with my cholesterol book with over a dozen recorded interviews under my belt and another dozen or so to go with the cream of the crop on this topic. It’s been fun listening to all of these different experts who come at this from different angles and most of them come to some of the same conclusions. It’s gonna be fun putting it all together for people to understand in the book. And check it out–the book is already available on Amazon.com for pre-order (we’re still working on the cover art which will be uploaded in the next couple of weeks). As we get closer to the release of Cholesterol Clarity: What The HDL Is Wrong With My Numbers? on August 27, 2013, we’ll share more about it with you. In the meantime, I need to get back to the interviewing and writing. I’m grateful to my special guest hosts on Mondays who have been amazing so far. Then on Wednesdays, the classic episodes that aired many years ago and have been lost on iTunes have been a big hit. Don’t miss these oldies but goodies from the LLVLC Show archives. And then on Fridays, Dietitian Cassie chats with some guest friends on the various health headlines of the day. Check back all week for links to these podcasts! ENJOY!
In Episode 658, guest host Dave Asprey from the “Bulletproof Executive” invites Ashley Tudor from “Sweet Potato Power” along as they explore themes of high-fat, low-carb diets, self-experimentation, fertility and much, much more! Among the many topics discussed is an in-depth look at the circumstances leading up to Dave and his wife Lana writing The Better Baby Book. Ashley shares why she’s cutting way back on the kombucha and how her follow-up book to Sweet Potato Power will look at the importance of being discerning about your choice of probiotics. There’s a lot of great information and opinions in this episode, including a look at epigenetics and the role that stress and diet play in fetal development not just for mothers, but for fathers as well!
FEBRUARY 27, 2013: Listen to The LLVLC Show Classic Episode 659 With Kat James
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It’s Wednesday, so that means we’ve got another LLVLC Classic to share with you again in Episode 659. As a highly-sought after beauty expert to the Hollywood stars, Kat James (that’s her before and after photos 20 years apart above) knows a thing or two about looking good. But the amazing thing about Kat, who has a fabulous web site called “Informed Beauty,” is that she understands the dietary component to beauty that is often ignored by those who don’t get the connection between sugar and carbohydrates and how you look. If you are a fan of “The Livin’ La Vida Low-Carb Show” podcast, then this 2008 interview I did with Kat James will bring a big smile to your face. Kat shares the cold hard facts about why fat consumption in conjunction with a low-carb diet is an awesome way to take care of your body and make yourself truly beautiful inside and out. She has invested her entire life into helping others overcome their food addictions and it starts with getting them off of the sugar/carb roller-coaster ride. Let Kat inspire you anew in your low-carb lifestyle today. Whether you care about beauty or not, isn’t it good to know that this way of eating we are engaged in is precisely how to look your very best? ENJOY this special LLVLC Classic episode today!
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Welcome back to the Virtual Porch today as your co-hosts Dietitian Cassie and guest co-host (still filling in for me while I’m writing my book) Kevin Kennedy-Spaien have an awesome conversation with guest friends Gina Reig from “Simplistic Wholistic” and Andrew Weaver of Doughboy To Ironman in Episode 73 of “Low-Carb Conversations with Jimmy Moore & Friends.” Listen in as the panel discusses Dr. Oz being up to his usual wacky tricks again, the wisdom (or lack thereof) of adding sugar to your kid’s veggies, the story of a Coca-Cola-induced mortality, the American Heart Association’s refusal to budge on their position regarding dietary fat, taking on the biggest lies told by mainstream nutrition “experts,” the importance of good gut health and a discussion of columns written by Gina and Andrew. Plus, as always we’ve got a super recipe for you at the end of the show featuring a fantastic egg-based dish you’re sure to love! So pull up a chair, grab a cup of coffee and LET’S TALK!