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The LLVLC Show (Episode 782): Guest Host Ameer Rosic With Dr. Karl Nadolsky On Benefits Of Vitamin K2

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In Episode 782 of “The Livin’ La Vida Low-Carb Show with Jimmy Moore,” we have a fantastic guest host in holistic nutritionist and health podcaster Ameer Rosic as he interviews a nutrition-minded physician named Dr. Karl Nadolsky. Things are still going well for me in the writing process for my next book Keto Clarity and there’s so much to share about the role a low-carb, moderate protein, high-fat, ketogenic diet plays on your health. And for fans of my bestselling 2013 book Cholesterol Clarity, the audiobook version is almost here. The post-production is finished and the final produced cut of nearly 10 hours worth of raw audio that I recorded last month is being sent to Audible and other audiobook outlets where it should be available by early March. I will likely air a sample chapter for you on the podcast when it is released. Stay tuned!

Today we have a fantastic podcaster filling in as our special guest host in Ameer Rosic from “The Optimal Health Show” podcast. He conducts an in-depth interview with osteopath Dr. Karl Nadolsky, DO from “Leaner Living.” Dr. Nadolsky was an All-American college wrestler and is now committed to sharing his passion for fitness and nutrition with the world. Listen in as Ameer and Dr. Nadolsky discuss the myriad of health benefits that come from Vitamin K2 (in case you missed it, listen to my interview on this same topic with Dr. Kate Rheaume-Bleue in Episode 703), including the bone and heart health benefits. Find out what in the world Vitamin K2 is and why you should care about it.

Listen to Ameer Rosic’s “Optimal Health Show” podcast:

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There are four ways you can listen to Episode 782:

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 782 [35:16]:

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 Ameer Rosic’s conversation with Dr. Karl Nadolsky about the subject of Vitamin K2? Give us your reaction in the show notes section of Episode 782. Learn more about Ameer at AmeerRosic.com and subscribe to his “Optimal Health Show” podcast on iTunes. Learn more about Dr. Nadolsky at his “Leaner Living” page. Coming up on Wednesday, we have another compelling LLVLC Show Classic episode featuring a North Carolina-based thyroid specialist named Dr. Jorge Flechas discussing the serious health implications of iodine deficiency.

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

2-19-14: LLVLC Classic–Dr. Jorge Flechas
2-24-14: Guest Host Kaila Prins
2-25-14: Guest Host Laura Schoenfeld
2-26-14: LLVLC Classic–Dr. Deborah Snyder/Dr. Eric Kossoff
3-3-14: Guest Host Sam Feltham
3-4-14: Guest Host Crystal Fieldhouse
3-5-14: LLVLC Classic–Dr. Ron Rosedale
3-10-14: Guest Host Evan Brand
3-11-14: Guest Host Joshua Weissman
3-12-14: LLVLC Classic–Robb Wolf
3-17-14: Guest Host Phil Ferrante
3-18-14: Guest Host Dr. Jerry Kennedy
3-19-14: LLVLC Classic–Dr. Eric Westman
3-24-14: Guest Host Ben Greenfield
3-25-14: Guest Host Dr. Terry Wahls
3-26-14: LLVLC Classic–Dr. Nancy Appleton
3-31-14: Guest Host Angelo Coppola
4-1-14: Guest Host Stefani Ruper
4-2-14: LLVLC Classic–Dr. Stephan Guyenet
4-7-14: Guest Hosts Sarah Ballantyne and Stacy Toth
4-8-14: Guest Host Dr. Brett Hill
4-9-14: LLVLC Classic–Drs. Mike & Mary Dan Eades
JIMMY RETURNS on 4-21-14!

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 781): Guest Host Evelyne Lambrecht & Cynthia Pasquella On Lasting Change

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In Episode 781 of “The Livin’ La Vida Low-Carb Show with Jimmy Moore,” we welcome personal trainer, certified Health Coach, and Paleo podcaster Evelyne Lambrecht filling in as our special guest host interviewing clinical nutritionist, spiritual leader, media personality, and bestselling author Cynthia Pasquella. Today we have a very special episode in store for you with Evelyne Lambrecht from “Elevate Your Energy” and her accompanying iTunes podcast. She interviews Cynthia Pasquella from the “Institute of Transformational Nutrition” who has dedicated her life to helping women who struggle with their weight and self-worth by using an effective plan that combines nutrition, psychology and spirituality so they can finally experience permanent change and radical fulfillment. You may have seen Cynthia as a nutrition expert for The Doctors, The Dr. Phil Show, and The Today Show, among many other media appearances. Listen in as Evelyne and Cynthia discuss the three keys to creating lasting transformation and permanent change, why transformation is such a key piece in the weight loss puzzle, practical strategies for becoming a more mindful eater, why some people seem to struggle no matter what nutritional plan they choose, and the role spirituality plays in your food choices and health. Be inspired and motivated to bring about real change that will last for a lifetime!

Listen to Evelyne Lambrecht’s “Elevate Your Energy” podcast:

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There are four ways you can listen to Episode 781:

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 781 [48:31]:

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 enjoy guest host Evelyne Lambrecht’s conversation with the amazing Cynthia Pasquella? Share your comments about it in the show notes section of Episode 781. Learn more about Evelyne at ElevateYourEnergy.com and listen to her Blog Talk Radio podcast “Elevate Your Energy.” And get more information about Cynthia’s work at TransformationalNutrition.com. Coming up on Tuesday, we’ve got another fantastic guest host for you with health podcaster Ameer Rosic from the “Optimal Health Show” podcast interviewing Dr. Karl Nadolsky from “Leaner Living” on the many extraordinary health benefits of Vitamin K2. Then on Wednesday, we have another compelling LLVLC Show Classic episode featuring a North Carolina-based thyroid specialist named Dr. Jorge Flechas discussing the serious health implications of iodine deficiency.

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

2-18-14: Guest Host Ameer Rosic
2-19-14: LLVLC Classic–Dr. Jorge Flechas
2-24-14: Guest Host Kaila Prins
2-25-14: Guest Host Laura Schoenfeld
2-26-14: LLVLC Classic–Dr. Deborah Snyder/Dr. Eric Kossoff
3-3-14: Guest Host Sam Feltham
3-4-14: Guest Host Crystal Fieldhouse
3-5-14: LLVLC Classic–Dr. Ron Rosedale
3-10-14: Guest Host Evan Brand
3-11-14: Guest Host Joshua Weissman
3-12-14: LLVLC Classic–Robb Wolf
3-17-14: Guest Host Phil Ferrante
3-18-14: Guest Host Dr. Jerry Kennedy
3-19-14: LLVLC Classic–Dr. Eric Westman
3-24-14: Guest Host Ben Greenfield
3-25-14: Guest Host Dr. Terry Wahls
3-26-14: LLVLC Classic–Dr. Nancy Appleton
3-31-14: Guest Host Angelo Coppola
4-1-14: Guest Host Stefani Ruper
4-2-14: LLVLC Classic–Dr. Stephan Guyenet
4-7-14: Guest Hosts Sarah Ballantyne and Stacy Toth
4-8-14: Guest Host Dr. Brett Hill
4-9-14: LLVLC Classic–Drs. Mike & Mary Dan Eades
JIMMY RETURNS on 4-21-14!

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 98): Kyle & Julia Visser Look At 9 Foods An Athlete Would Never Eat

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In Episode 98 of “Low-Carb Conversations With Jimmy Moore & Friends,” we’re pleased to welcome in a professional basketball player named Kyle Visser and his holistic nutrition student wife Julia Visser joining our host Dietitian Cassie along with guest co-host and fellow registered dietitian Aglaee Jacob for a romp through the health headlines. We’re rolling along again on “Low-Carb Conversations” and we hope you’ll plan on sticking around with us on Fridays for the foreseeable future. I will continue to be away for a while (except for the epic Episode 100 coming on February 28, 2014) writing and going through the editing process with my next book Keto Clarity: Unleash The Health Benefits Of The Low-Carb, High-Fat Diet, but Dietitian Cassie will keep things going strong with guest co-hosts and amazing guest friends. If you enjoy hearing these educated opinions about the health headlines of the day, then we’d be honored to have your support. CLICK HERE to help us keep this show going. THANK YOU FOR YOU SUPPORT!

Dietitian Cassie has invited yet another one of her fellow RDs to be her special guest co-host today. Her name is Aglaee Jacob from the “Health With Real Food” blog (listen to my interview with her in Episode 648 of “The Livin’ La Vida Low-Carb Show” podcast) and these two incredible Paleo/low-carb dietitians compare notes on how they became advocates for real food living. Before getting to their guest friends, Cassie and Aglaee chat about the article Why Are So Many Dietitians Critical Of The Low-Carbohydrate Diets? by another fellow RD who is into low-carb nutrition named Franziska Spritzler.

Cassie and Aglaee are then joined by a sensational pair of guest friends in husband-wife team Kyle and Julia Visser. Kyle Visser is a professional basketball player living and playing in his 5th season of the New Yorker Phanthoms team in Germany. His wife Julia is the founder of “Jules’ Fuel” dedicated to sharing the benefits of real food, fitness, travel, and purpose in life, including how she convinced Kyle to give a Paleo-styled nutritional approach a try. Listen in as Cassie, Aglaee, Kyle, and Julia give their take on the latest health headlines, including the 9 foods an athlete would never eat, the Coca-Cola ad that was banned in the UK for being misleading, the negative implications of consuming gluten on brain health (explained well in the YouTube video “The Truth About Gluten”), how exercise can be used therapeutically to minimize stress in your life, and a wonderful TEDx Youth talk by Dr. Katherine Reid called “UnBlind My Mind: What Are We Eating?” Plus, don’t miss Julia sharing two of her sensational recipes–3-Layered Paleo Shepherd’s Pie and Easy Egg McNothin’. So why don’t you go ahead and pull up a chair, grab a cup of coffee and let’s talk about it!

Here are links to the health headlines discussed today:
- Why Are So Many Dietitians Critical Of The Low-Carbohydrate Diets?
- 9 Foods An Athlete Would Never Eat
- Coca-Cola Ad Banned In UK For Misleading Customers
- This Is Your Brain On Gluten
- VIDEO: The Truth About Gluten
- Stressed By Work/Life Balance? Just Exercise
- VIDEO: UnBlind My Mind: What Are We Eating?
- Julia’s column 7 Ways you might be inadvertently sabotaging your weight loss
- Julia’s recipe 3-Layered Paleo Shepherd’s Pie
- Julia’s recipe Easy Egg McNothin’

There are four ways you can listen to Episode 98:

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 98 [57:53m]:

4. Listen on the Stitcher app–NO DOWNLOADING!

Today we heard from Kyle and Julia Visser giving their thoughts on the health headlines, including Why Are So Many Dietitians Critical Of The Low-Carbohydrate Diets?, 9 Foods An Athlete Would Never Eat, Coca-Cola Ad Banned In UK For Misleading Customers, This Is Your Brain On Gluten, VIDEO: The Truth About Gluten, Stressed By Work/Life Balance? Just Exercise, TEDx Youth talk by Dr. Katherine Reid: UnBlind My Mind: What Are We Eating?, Julia’s column 7 Ways you might be inadvertently sabotaging your weight loss, and so much more! We’d love to know what YOU thought about what you heard in today’s show in the show notes section of Episode 98. Coming up next week, Cassie has invited RD-in-training Christin Grettenberger from the “Detective Dietitian” blog to be her guest co-host along with guest friends Mary Shenouda from “The Paleo Chef” blog and Megan Opel from the “Peaches & Cake” blog. And two weeks from now we’ll be sharing a very special 100th Episode celebration that you will NOT want to miss. Stay tuned!

THANK YOU as always for your continued support of this show and MAKE A DONATION HERE if you like what you hear on “Low-Carb Conversations.” If YOU would like to appear as a guest friend on a future episode of “Low-Carb Conversations with Jimmy Moore & Friends” in 2014, then e-mail your Skype username to cassie@dietitiancassie.com. Do you have something to share about what you heard on “Low-Carb Conversations With Jimmy Moore & Friends?” Drop us an e-mail anytime at lowcarbconversations@gmail.com. Tell us your comments about the show, ask any questions you may have for our friends to talk about, pass along your ideas for what you’d like to hear discussed, and let us know if you have any other suggestions about how we can improve YOUR show. Thanks for joining us in the conversation and we’ll talk with you about healthy low-carb living again next Friday. THANK YOU again for making a donation to this listener-supported podcast and leaving us a review on iTunes. THANK YOU FOR YOUR SUPPORT!

The LLVLC Show (Episode 780): LLVLC Classic – Joel Salatin Champions Real Food Access For All

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In Episode 780 of “The Livin’ La Vida Low-Carb Show with Jimmy Moore,” you’re in for a real treat as we share my conversation with an outspoken real food advocate and ethical farmer Joel Salatin. We’ve had a lot of emerging leaders in the real food movement over the past few years, but none as colorful and opinionated as the guest we have for you today in this LLVLC Show Classic episode. His name is Joel Salatin, owner and operator of the famous Virginia-based Polyface Farms, and I had quite the chat with him several years back when he was on the show. If you’ve never heard Joel Salatin before, then get ready to have him knock your socks off. Listen in as he shares his sincere desire for full public access to real foods like raw milk and grass-fed meats, why there is a war against real food, the importance of choosing the best food quality, the personal freedoms that are being taken away from us, the fantastic lineup of books he has written, and so much more. Enjoy this very special episode with a podcast interview guest we will definitely need to get back on for a brand new interview soon.

Watch Joel Salatin’s talk at the 2012 Ancestral Health Symposium:

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Get Joel Salatin’s incredible 2012 book Folks, This Ain’t Normal:

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There are four ways you can listen to Episode 780:

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 780 [45:44]:

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 this look back at my interview with Joel Salatin? Let me know what you thought about it in the show notes section of Episode 780. Pick up your own copy of Joel’s book Folks, This Ain’t Normal and learn more about his work at PolyfaceFarms.com. Coming up next week, we’ve got a guest host named Evelyne Lambrecht from the “Elevate Your Energy” podcast on Monday, guest host Ameer Rosic from the “Optimal Health Show” podcast on Tuesday, and a compelling LLVLC Show Classic episode featuring a North Carolina-based thyroid specialist named Dr. Jorge Flechas discussing the serious health implications of iodine deficiency. DON’T MISS THESE EXCITING EPISODES!

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

2-17-14: Guest Host Evelyne Lambrecht
2-18-14: Guest Host Ameer Rosic
2-19-14: LLVLC Classic–Dr. Jorge Flechas
2-24-14: Guest Host Kaila Prins
2-25-14: Guest Host Laura Schoenfeld
2-26-14: LLVLC Classic–Dr. Deborah Snyder/Dr. Eric Kossoff
3-3-14: Guest Host Sam Feltham
3-4-14: Guest Host Crystal Fieldhouse
3-5-14: LLVLC Classic–Dr. Ron Rosedale
3-10-14: Guest Host Evan Brand
3-11-14: Guest Host Joshua Weissman
3-12-14: LLVLC Classic–Robb Wolf
3-17-14: Guest Host Phil Ferrante
3-18-14: Guest Host Dr. Jerry Kennedy
3-19-14: LLVLC Classic–Dr. Eric Westman
3-24-14: Guest Host Ben Greenfield
3-25-14: Guest Host Dr. Terry Wahls
3-26-14: LLVLC Classic–Dr. Nancy Appleton
3-31-14: Guest Host Angelo Coppola
4-1-14: Guest Host Stefani Ruper
4-2-14: LLVLC Classic–Dr. Stephan Guyenet
4-7-14: Guest Hosts Sarah Ballantyne and Stacy Toth
4-8-14: Guest Host Dr. Brett Hill
4-9-14: LLVLC Classic–Drs. Mike & Mary Dan Eades
JIMMY RETURNS on 4-21-14!

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 779): Guest Host Kevin Geary Unravels Why We Fail At Our Health Goals

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In Episode 779 of “The Livin’ La Vida Low-Carb Show with Jimmy Moore,” we present holistic health coach and podcaster Kevin Geary as our special guest host. I searched far and wide in my Rolodex of incredibly talented and extremely wise potential guest hosts before personally hand-selecting the people who would be filling in for me on my podcast while I am away writing my next book Keto Clarity over the next few months. And today’s special guest host fits the bill as we welcome in Kevin Geary from “The Rebooted Body” and host of his own fabulous iTunes health show called “The Rebooted Body Podcast” (check out Kevin’s interview with me about Cholesterol Clarity from a few months back in Episode 20).

Listen in today as Kevin gives some personal and professional insight into why people continually fail at reaching their health and fitness goals despite having the right information (that’s people like YOU!), the role psychology plays in this happening, what he see are the three major pillars of creating a genuine lifestyle change, the many myths that exists out there regarding the mental aspect of this, identifying and healing the 8 primary unhealthy eating triggers that continue to doom you, and how to best accomplish alignment in pursuit of your goals and the power of margin in getting there. Take it from Kevin who has personally been there with his own weight and health struggles and soak in the many years of trial and error wisdom he has gleaned. And a BIG THANK YOU to Kevin for providing a SPECIAL BONUS TRANSCRIPT (see below) in case you missed a single word of what he shared in today’s episode.

Listen to Kevin Geary on “The Rebooted Body Podcast”:

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There are four ways you can listen to Episode 779:

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 779 [39:39]:

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 the concepts about diet and fitness failure presented by Kevin Geary in today’s episode? Let us know what you thought about it in the show notes section of Episode 779. Keep up with everything Kevin is doing at RebootedBody.com and don’t miss a single episode of his amazing iTunes podcast “The Rebooted Body”. Coming up on Wednesday, our LLVLC Show Classic episode is gonna be a goodie featuring the one and only Joel Salatin from Polyface Farms.

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

2-12-14: LLVLC Classic–Joel Salatin
2-17-14: Guest Host Evelyne Lambrecht
2-18-14: Guest Host Ameer Rosic
2-19-14: LLVLC Classic–Dr. Jorge Flechas
2-24-14: Guest Host Kaila Prins
2-25-14: Guest Host Laura Schoenfeld
2-26-14: LLVLC Classic–Dr. Deborah Snyder/Dr. Eric Kossoff
3-3-14: Guest Host Sam Feltham
3-4-14: Guest Host Crystal Fieldhouse
3-5-14: LLVLC Classic–Dr. Ron Rosedale
3-10-14: Guest Host Evan Brand
3-11-14: Guest Host Joshua Weissman
3-12-14: LLVLC Classic–Robb Wolf
3-17-14: Guest Host Phil Ferrante
3-18-14: Guest Host Dr. Jerry Kennedy
3-19-14: LLVLC Classic–Dr. Eric Westman
3-24-14: Guest Host Ben Greenfield
3-25-14: Guest Host Dr. Terry Wahls
3-26-14: LLVLC Classic–Dr. Nancy Appleton
3-31-14: Guest Host Angelo Coppola
4-1-14: Guest Host Stefani Ruper
4-2-14: LLVLC Classic–Dr. Stephan Guyenet
4-7-14: Guest Hosts Sarah Ballantyne and Stacy Toth
4-8-14: Guest Host Dr. Brett Hill
4-9-14: LLVLC Classic–Drs. Mike & Mary Dan Eades
JIMMY RETURNS on 4-21-14!

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.

SPECIAL BONUS TRANSCRIPT:
What is up “Livin’ La Vida Low-Carb” listeners?

My name is Kevin Geary and today I want to answer the question: why do people who have all of the right information still fail at fat loss, at fitness, at nutrition — at creating a lifestyle out of healthy living?

I am so excited to be here and I can’t wait to share this information with you.

But first, you need to know who I am, right? Why are you listening to me, especially since it’s very likely that you’ve never heard of me before?

I am the founder of rebootedbody.com, the host of The Rebooted Body Podcast which you can get on iTunes and Stitcher Radio, and I do my best work through my online program, called Total Body Reboot, which is a dynamic coaching program that combines an unconventional curriculum with high level coaching and a supportive community.

Now all of this started with my personal journey from 220 pounds to 160 pounds. From high blood pressure and pre-Diabetes to normal blood pressure and metabolic function. And during that journey, I learned one of the most valuable pieces of the success puzzle, which is part of what I’m going to share with you today. And it’s a key piece that not many other people are talking about.

Now, this is a huge, intricate topic. Today, you’re going to get the 101 version. And I want to quickly give a shout out to Jimmy and thank him so much for the opportunity to share some of my ideas with you. I hope you can sense my passion as well as my gratitude toward Jimmy.

So here’s the question — and it likely applies directly to you in some way. (If it doesn’t, then you’re far more advanced than most — or you’re in denial). The question is, “Why do people who have the right information still fail?”

So close your eyes and imagine you’re driving in your car right now (and if you really are driving your car right now, please don’t close your eyes). You pull up to an intersection and you stop. It’s just you on the road — no other cars. Now peer up at the street sign and read the names of the roads. This conversation with me today is taking place at the intersection of science and psychology. And I want you to visualize that intersection because most people never get there. You — today — right now — are at that intersection. Now open your eyes.

Most people have a broke ass GPS and they just keep driving down the science road, endlessly. And that brings us to our first secret: there are no destinations on the science road.

Think about it. How many thousands of research papers are there that contain critical information? How many hundreds of thousands of paleo and whole food blogs are there dispensing life-changing advice? How many hundreds or thousands of truth telling podcasts are there for you to choose from?

The information — the science — is freely available and easily accessible to anyone with an internet connection. And these blogs, these podcasts, these research papers — they have a massive audience of people who still can’t get it together. Who, no matter what they do, can’t succeed long-term.

We always hear people say, “I fell off the wagon” right? Or, “I made it so far and then I relapsed.” Or, “I do pretty well until the holidays, or until social situations, or entertainment events.” Look, if the science road had a meaningful destination, everyone would be there. We’d all be successful. But it doesn’t. And if you keep thinking it does, you’re in for a long trip to nowhere.

So with that visualization we did a second ago, I parked you at the intersection where you need to make a critical turn. If you’ve been listening to Jimmy Moore for any length of time — you have more than enough science to make a ridiculous amount of progress. No more science — no more information — is necessary for you right now. So close your eyes and visualize your car turning down psychology avenue. This is the street that takes you to exactly where you want to go.

So first things first, and I’m not going to spend a lot of time on this — if you made the turn with me, that’s a sign that you’re willing to take action on what you already know. And that’s a good thing, because there’s a lot of people out there frozen in research mode who just keep reading and listening and never apply anything to their life.

Alright, so let’s get to the meat of this. And I’m going to talk to you as if you’re the one struggling right now. If you’re not struggling, this is still valuable to hear, but I’m talking to you so I don’t have to keep referring to “people” in general.

If you have the right information — and you’re listening to Jimmy so that’s probably the case — and you’re still struggling, it’s because of mental and emotional roadblocks and/or a failure to apply the information to your personal situation.

And that’s why we turned off science street and onto psychology street….

So there’s THREE key areas I want to cover today — and please keep in mind that this is just an introduction to this stuff.

The first part is dispelling the myths that impact our mindset, our outlook, and our expectations. I call these mental myths.

For instance, people tend to misunderstand the function of willpower. How many times have you said, “well, my willpower failed me.” I knew what to do, but I couldn’t follow through because my willpower wasn’t strong enough. Or you attribute willpower to an overall failure, such as believing, “well, my willpower held up for three weeks and then I fell off the wagon.”

This is a gross misunderstanding of how willpower works. The notion that you have this muscle called willpower that you can call on whenever you need it and the more you use it the stronger it gets — and so on and so forth — is seriously misguided. The truth is that willpower is more like a cup of tea: you can have a full cup, an empty cup, or any level in between.

The level of your cup is dependent on a ton of factors — things that can deplete it or help fill it back up.

Now even if you’re on board with that understanding, you have to go deeper. Here’s where it gets interesting. If you’re strongly drawn to the chips ahoy in the vending machine in your office, you would think that avoiding the vending machine would be the only thing that depletes your willpower cup. But that’s not actually how it works.

In fact, all mental processing throughout the day depletes your cup as does any event that presents a degree of stress. Now these things have an impact to varying degrees, but let’s say you wake up and have an amazing breakfast (willpower tends to be highest in the morning, by the way) and then hop in the car and drive to work. Like most mornings, you sit in rush hour traffic. This drives your stress up a bit because it annoys you, though you’re far less annoyed because you get to listen to the Livin La Vida Low Carb show. But nevertheless, you’re stressed. That stress depletes your willpower.

When you get to work and start doing a bunch of mental processing for a project you’re working on, that depletes it too. When your micromanaging boss looks over your shoulder and starts asking questions, that depletes it too.

So by lunch you’re a little bit fed up. You arrive at the elevator next to that stupid vending machine and the draw is sooo strong. But you call on that cup and you beat the urge — you jump in the elevator. Yet, at lunch with your coworkers it’s just too much to not spring for the convenience and deliciousness of a sandwich and chips. And what do you think? You think your willpower failed you.

The lesson I teach is a little bit different. Willpower is a useful tool, but it’s not a tool you can rely on. Because, as we know, it’s typically not available when you need it MOST.

Now if you know how to replenish your willpower cup it becomes even more useful. But I still don’t rely on it. I use it as a tool and then I have a plan B and a plan C for when I realize my willpower is too faulty to get the job done. An example of a plan B is to simply not be around what you want to avoid — this is the concept of Rebooting your home so that when your willpower fails, there’s no chips and candy or whatever you prefer to go all out on. Of course, there are other strategies that you can use to stay on track when willpower fails, but I have to move on…

Another myth is that it takes 21 days to form a new habit. And you even see a lot of programs out there based on this 21 day myth. And more often than not, what do you also hear? You hear that people are on their 3rd or 4th round of the 21 day program. Really? Really? False expectations cause failure.

The research is pretty clear: The average time to form a new habit is 66 days and it takes some people much much longer depending on how they approach habit formation, among other factors.

So that’s just another example of a myth that sets you up for failure psychologically. Another one — telling people your goals. That’s a HUGE mistake. Psychologists have found that telling people your goals makes you far less likely to accomplish them. Yet most programs tell you to go find someone to hold you accountable and tell them what you want to accomplish and yada yada. Don’t do it, big mistake.

So that’s the first category. And I could go on for days in that category, but you get the idea.

The next category is what I call unhealthy eating triggers. And there’s some overlap here with the myths we just talked about and with the next category.

So what are unhealthy eating triggers? These are physical, mental, and emotional triggers inside your body that ask you to fail. They linger and linger and linger and just continue to try to pull you backwards until they’re identified and dealt with. One of my favorite quotes is, “nothing ever goes away until it teaches us what we need to know.” And that’s exactly what these triggers do inside us.

So where do these triggers come from? They come from life. They come from your childhood. They come from your relationships. They come from things you experienced or witnessed. They come from the media. I’ll give you a few specific examples as I cover each one of these.

So there are eight main triggers that I’ve identified. There are more, but these are the top eight.

#1: Nutritional Poverty

This is a physical trigger — remember I said some are physical, some are mental, some are emotional — that is pervasive among people that believe calories are all that matter. Or I see it a lot also in low carb people who don’t pay attention to the nutritional value of the foods they eat.

When you pay attention to quantity over quality, you exponentially increase your chances of being micronutrient-deficient and macronutrient-deranged. Now if you’re low carb, you’re probably not having trouble with macronutrients, but you can easily have issues with micronutrient deficiency.

Well, I think we all understand that when your body isn’t getting the nutrition it needs, it makes you hungry. Now this isn’t hunger in your stomach, necessarily. It’s hunger at the cellular level. It’s hunger that creates or exacerbates other triggers. It’s a type of hunger that begs you to stop what you’re doing and eat anything else in the desperate hope that you’ll end up eating something nutritious.

This type of hunger typically takes a lot longer to develop in people who are low carb because the rest of their body feels sated. But it will come after you unless you focus on nutrient density.

#2: Macronutrient Mania

Now if you’re low-carb, this likely isn’t a problem. But one of the main goals of a healthy lifestyle — and Jimmy talks about this all of the time — is hormone regulation. The body is a complex system that’s regulated by multiple hormones and those hormones all interact with each other. Food has a huge impact on hormone function. If you eat the wrong things, you literally break your body’s ability to function properly.

And again, any time you’re breaking your body in some way, it’s going to create side effects. And in this case, the side effects act as triggers. You see this in people with insulin resistance — it doesn’t matter how good their willpower is or how dedicated they are — they’re body screams at them to eat more sugar and the obesity cycle continues. And people like this believe the willpower myth (which is actually so important that it’s a trigger of its own), they’ll think they’re simply not strong enough when the truth is that they’re suffering from a very powerful physiological trigger. And you need to be in the right mindset with the right coaching to overcome that.

#3: Sugar Stressing

If there’s one thing I get asked all of the time, it’s “how do I beat sugar addiction and cravings.” This is one of the most pervasive triggers and conquering it for REAL and for GOOD requires a very specific approach.

For one — and I know this is controversial — but the best way to conquer sugar addiction is to go cold turkey. Now let me add a caveat: if you go cold turkey and you don’t have the right mindset, the right tools, and the right expectations, you will absolutely fail.

This is where we could tie in another myth: the idea that if you quit something cold turkey, the further away you get from using that thing, be it alcohol, cigarrettes, or sugar — the more the temptation to act is depressed. That’s quite wrong. If that were the truth, addiction wouldn’t be a widespread problem.

The truth is that your brain engages in what are called extinction bursts, these are the brains last ditch attempts and getting you to return to the dependence that it was comfortable with. This is a programmed response in human beings and most people don’t know it exists. So if you’re going to successfully go cold turkey, you have to understand how to deal with extinction bursts, among other hurdles. That’s why coaching is so important.

#4: Mindless Madness

Knowing what to eat is important, but knowing how to eat is just as much so. The fact is that most people have poor eating habits when it comes to when they eat, where they eat, and what they do while the eat. These poor habits act as triggers that create various roadblocks to a healthy lifestyle.

So the opposite of mindless eating is mindful eating. Here’s why this is a trigger: I teach an intuitive approach to eating. No counting, no weighing, no tracking, etc. — eat when you’re hungry, stop when you’re full.

The only way to do that is to engage in mindful eating. When you’re distracted by things like driving while eating, watching television, talking on the phone, attending an event or social gathering, etc. you miss important satiety cues and you miss emotional triggers.

Mindlessness makes you oblivious: to how you feel, to how much you’re consuming, to everything. And certain situations promote mindlessness, which begins to act as a trigger for abandoning your goals.

#5: Feeding Emotions

“Food as glue” is the term I use to describe emotional eating. Food often gives us a feeling of control and the sense that we can use it to glue our lives back together when things get tough.

And if you think about it, it feels this way to us because food offers a level of control we can’t get anywhere else. Everything in life is a give or take, except food. We can almost always dictate the who, why, when, where, what, and how of food. It’s really difficult to say that for anything else.

But it’s not real control though, and it’s not really gluing anything together: it’s all an illusion. And it’s a very very strong trigger. This is one that takes a ton of work to overcome, but when you do the work, you return true control to YOU and you gain the ability to feed your physical self versus your emotional self.

#6: Pattern Paralysis

Many unhealthy eating triggers are simply patterns and habits that we’ve been following our entire lives. These habits are hard to break (especially if you believe the 21 day myth and the willpower myth).

So if we look at me personally, I suffered from two big pattern paralysis triggers: eating in front of the television (which also ties in to mindless madness) and eating dessert after every meal. That was something that I felt was programmed into me because my childhood promoted that — we had dessert after almost every meal as a family.

I’ll give you another example, this one happens all of the time and this one exacerbates feeding emotions and sugar stressing: Have you ever seen a child start crying, perhaps they’re frustrated or they fell and hurt themselves and the parent offers them a cookie, or a cracker, or some treat to distract them. What’s happening here? Well first, when you distract children from their emotions they learn that you’re supposed to suppress your true feelings. The second thing they learn is that cookies are a great treatment for pain. Well fast forward to adulthood and you have an individual who doesn’t eat because they’re hungry, but who eats because they’re stressed, because life is hard, because they sat in rush hour, because they have a micromanaging boss — the eat every time they feel pain.

This is a pattern that they learned in childhood that has now morphed into trigger #5, feeding emotions. And if this is one of your main triggers, then it can easily lead to suffering from trigger #3, sugar stressing. So that’s, in a nutshell, where triggers from come, how they develop, and how they play on each other.

Another pattern paralysis example that I use often is Happy Hour. I’ll let you think about that one a little bit on your own — but just notice how it’s a habit that people get together and drink and eat crap food even if they don’t suffer from other triggers, that one gets them simply because it’s a pattern they’ve learned from society.

#7: Ego Depletion

This is basically the willpower myth — the technical term is ego depletion. And the more you believe in the willpower myth, the less work you tend to do solving other triggers because you’re too busy placing blame on your lack of self-control to see that a lot of this goes far far far beyond the realm of simple self control. And that makes this a trigger itself.

#8: Regressive Rewarding

Have you ever made wonderful progress on something and then totally sabotaged yourself? I have. And many of my clients have reported the same thing. I call this regressive rewarding because it often manifests as rewarding ourselves for doing such a great job. That rewarding pulls us into complete self-sabotage and has the power to derail our journey completely.

This one is pretty straightforward but I want you to think about how this also might tie in to another key aspect of childhood, which is the rampant use of food as a bribery tool. I shiver when I hear a mom or dad say, “If you do this, I’ll give you ice cream.”

Aside from the fact that rewards and punishments are highly ineffective leadership tools for children, rewarding with food teaches kids — who obviously grow into adults — that food is a great tool. I had a client recently who told me, “well I let myself have a treat every day I workout. You know, you do a good job and you get a treat.” — Sounds exactly like mainstream parenting to me. I don’t think it’s a coincidence.

So there’s a lot of stuff for you to think about with regard to unhealthy eating triggers and how important understanding the mental side of all of this is. But I’m not finished. There’s one more key area of mindset that you need to tackle.

This last area is what I refer to as “alignment.” And this is the true lifestyle psychology aspect of all of this, which — as you’ll see — also ties back into excuses like, “well I lost motivation” or, “I didn’t have enough willpower” or, “I got busy…”

That’s another great lesson — remember, people have the right information and still fail because information is like 10% of the puzzle. So I’ll say the other 30% of failure comes from the mental myths we talked about. Another 30% comes from the triggers. And the last 30% comes from misalignment.

Now, there’s a lot of working parts within the concept of alignment. I’m going to give you three of the biggest.

The first one is the “big why.” And the big why is critical to creating motivation that doesn’t falter no matter what happens. If you want to avoid saying, “well, you know, I lost motivation” then you need to have a big why.

I use my own example. When I first started my journey my why was very simple — I wanted to look better. I hated how I looked and just wanted to look better. That failed. Then I had a little bit bigger why as I planned to get married. That one was pretty strong, until I actually got married and my why went away and I threw in the towel. So that was another big failure.

Then a couple years later my doctor told me I had high blood pressure and was borderline diabetic. Well damn, that sounds like a REALLY good reason to get fit and healthy. So I started again. And I experienced a huge setback after making a lot of progress — the mental myths and the triggers pulled me off course. That’s where I learned how important psychology is in all of this. So I got back on course — still feeding off my big why, I beat the mental myths, I beat the triggers, and all of that combined is what led to success.

And I noticed that in 2012 when my daughter was born, my big why got even bigger — it got enormous. At this point, I’m unstoppable. Do you see how that works? When your why is big enough, nothing can stop you because you will fight your ass off for that big why. People with big whys don’t just “lose motivation.” People with big whys don’t just “get busy and get distracted.” People with big whys kick ass and take names.

So the first part of alignment is determining your big whys. You have to dig really really deep. The superficial stuff will absolutely NOT sustain you. Setting a goal to lose ten pounds by Summer isn’t a big why. You’ll never create a lifestyle out of that. It won’t put you on a path to health and vibrance. And when the road gets tough, you’re highly likely to jump ship.

Now don’t get me wrong, you can have smaller whys and smaller goals like that. I don’t think there’s anything wrong with that. But they can’t be the core reason you’re doing all of this work. They’re just not a strong foundation for meaningful, sustainable change. There has to be something more.

Another key aspect of alignment is margin. What is margin? Margin is blank space. It’s emptiness. And it’s one of the most powerful aspects of both success and happiness.

Let’s use the finances section as an example. Most people are debt, they have a rent or mortgage payment that’s a significant chunk of their income. They have a car payment. They like to buy things. They live from one paycheck to the next. No margin.

Imagine yourself in this situation (or maybe you are in that situation right now). What does this amount to? It amounts to stress — lots of it. It amounts to having no financial mobility. If one thing goes wrong, the whole shebang comes crashing down. If an opportunity surfaces that you’d like to take advantage of, you’re stuck and unable to act.

After a while you start deciding that you “can’t afford” to eat healthy. Or if something bigger goes wrong, everything about your lifestyle transformation goes out the window because there’s a new massive fire you have to put out in your life.

Now what if you had some margin in your finances? What if you had no debt? What if you simply created a 20% cushion in your budget between spending and income? Less stress, more mobility, and more possibility.

Now think about this — I’m a holistic health coach. I teach people how to lose fat and improve their health markers. So why am I talking about finances? Why do I talk about relationships? Why do I talk about scheduling and organization?

Because finances, relationships, scheduling and organization are all parts of a healthy lifestyle that have a direct impact on whether or not you’ll reach your goals and sustain them year after year.

Do you know how many people tell me they can’t afford to eat healthy? Do you know how many people tell me that the people in their life dragging them below the surface of the water and drowning them relationally? Do you know how many people tell me they don’t have time to be healthy?

That’s because most people don’t have margin in their life. They’re not missing facts, they’re missing margin. Holism is everything. It’s not the whole body, it’s the whole life.

The way I have people identify important areas for margin is I have them perform a lifestyle audit. Basically, you run through key areas of your life — there’s 8 of them — and take simple steps to build in more margin. You can think of this like insurance — you’re insuring against future failure by removing the roadblocks before you even get started.

Career

Does your career take too much attention from other important areas of your life? How can you recapture 20%+ of that attention?

If you’re lacking financial margin, can you set a goal of getting 10-20% more from your salary?

Environment

Are your spaces cluttered or organized? Organization enhances margin elsewhere.

Are your needs met? What’s missing? Needs not being met is the antithesis of margin.

Do you have enough space? If your family doesn’t have enough space, how can you improve that situation?

Finances

Debt is anti-margin: You could tackle debt with baby steps.

Do you have an emergency fund? That’s margin at its finest!

Do you budget? Can you cut 20% from your budget to create automatic margin? Or back to career, can you get that raise (and then not turn around and spend it away)?

Health

Addressing health improves margin in other areas of your life.

Have you had your biomarkers checked? Perhaps there’s some biomarkers you could improve to create more tangible margin in your health.

Relationships

Are there people in your life who are draining margin from other areas?

Are you a people pleaser who can’t create margin in your structure, career, hobbies, or environment because you’re too busy meeting the needs of others?

Healthy boundaries help create margin.

Personal Development

Are you actively reading and learning? How many non-fiction books do you read per month? Functional knowledge improves margin.

How often do you learn a new skill? Becoming more valuable improves career margin.

Developing better relational skills improves margin in many other areas of life.

Fun and Hobbies

How much time do you spend on things you love? This creates automatic margin in your stress level.

What is your art? How often do you do your art? Creating margin in other areas of your life helps you do your art more often, filling your happiness cup.

Do you have a hobby that’s reached an unhealthy level and is robbing you of margin in other areas? Can you work on scaling that back?

Structure

Do you often say, “I’m too busy.” Your schedule is part of your structure. Are you over-scheduled? One of the best ways to create margin in your schedule is to learn how to say no.

Are you unorganized? Like physical disorganization, mental disorganization creates a messiness in life that increases stress and decreases margin in other areas. How can you get more organized?

Those are just some ideas to get you started.

This is a lot of the work that I do. 10% is teaching people what to eat and what not to eat and how to exercise, then 30% is helping them navigate the mental myths, 30% is helping them overcome the triggers, and 30% is helping them achieve better alignment.

Now, I want to leave you with a handy ACRONYM that I use to stay on course with all of this stuff. The ACRONYM is SELDA.

Stop… Listening to the myths. Listening to your negative self talk. Listening to the naysayers. Eating foods that break your body. Doing exercise that tears your body down.

Eat… real food. Enough food. Eat to nourish your body. Eat to nourish your soul.

Learn… to eat intuitively, not obsessively. How to make the best choices in any situation. How to go with the flow. How to stop worrying about being perfect. How to have boundaries in life and especially in your relationships.

Deal… with unhealthy eating triggers. with mental roadblocks and obstacles. with stress. Tackle the stuff in your life that people tend to avoid!

Audit… your life. your finances. your relationships. your job. your schedule. Create margin in every area of your life so you have room to take control and be successful. It’s important that you continue to audit all of the time. Auditing is an ongoing process.

So that wraps up my guest appearance today. Again, I want to thank Jimmy for giving me this opportunity. If the stuff I talked about today jives with you then I’d love to speak with you. I do reply to all emails that come from people on my VIP email list — so if you want to get on that list and get the conversation started — or you simply want to squeeze more information out of me — head over to rebootedbody.com/newsletter/ — and you can do that on a phone or tablet as well for those of you listening on the go. Again, rebootedbody.com/newsletter — talk to you soon.

The LLVLC Show (Episode 778): Guest Hosts Chelsea Prather & Katy Haldiman On The Causes Of Mortality

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