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LCC (Episode 118): Joe Salama And Jason Goldberg On Why Cereal Companies Secretly Cut Sugar


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In Episode 118 of “Low-Carb Conversations With Jimmy Moore & Friends,” we’ve got an attorney-by-day, Paleo enthusiast by night named Joe Salama and Paleo blogger/author Jason Goldberg joining me and Dietitian Cassie today. Thanks so much for being here for another great show today and we appreciate the fact that you listen to this podcast. It gives us great joy and pleasure to find good health headlines to talk about and then share what we think about those headlines on a weekly basis. We try to stay on top of all the big stuff and throw in a few things here and there that you might not have known about before. If you enjoy what you hear, consider making a donation to help us keep this thing going. CLICK HERE for a contribution of any amount that will ensure this show keeps rolling along. THANK YOU FOR YOUR SUPPORT!


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In today’s episode, me and Dietitian Cassie welcome in Joe Salama and Jason Goldberg, the coauthors of a unique new Paleo book called The Tao of Paleo: Finding Your Path to Health and Harmony, to chime in on the recent health headlines. Listen in to hear me, Cassie, Joe, and Jason give their opinions about a new TIME Magazine column on calories not meaning as much as we once thought, why calorie counts can be off by a significant amount on any given day, why cereal companies began secretly cutting the sugar in their products, a cool new cortisol test for your smartphone that is in the works, some honest truths about how snack foods are made and marketed to the public, key buzzwords in nutrition that the experts wish would stop being used to describe food, and the accuracy of the blood pressure kiosks in stores is called into question. It’s always a fun time on this podcast, so pull up a chair, grab a cup of coffee and let’s talk!

Here are links to the health headlines discussed today:
– SECRET HEADLINE: You Asked: Are All Calories Created Equal?
Science reveals why calorie counts are all wrong
Cutting out sugar? Food makers do it in secret
A Cortisol Measuring Stress Test could be coming to smartphones
10 Things Snack Food companies won’t tell you
8 things nutrition experts wish you would stop saying about food
Blood pressure kiosks may not always give accurate readings

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