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The LLVLC Show (Episode 1096): Nell Stephenson Goes From A Lean Meat Paleo To High-Fat Keto Athlete

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In Episode 1096 of “The Livin’ La Vida Low-Carb Show with Jimmy Moore,” we welcome back Paleo-inspired Nutrition & Healthy Living Coach and keto-adapted Ironman triathlete and marathon runner Nell Stephenson as our guest today. There’s a radical shift in thinking happening behind-the-scenes of many elite endurance athletes regarding the optimal nutrition for peak performance. What’s most fascinating about this movement is how many of these athletes are making a 180-degree change in their thinking about diet. For a Los Angeles-based Paleo-inspired Nutrition & Healthy Living Coach and keto-adapted Ironman triathlete and marathon runner named Nell Stephenson from Paleoista.com, the change she has made in the way she eats to fuel her body is like night and day. Nell has been a guest twice previously in Episode 399 and Episode 576 where we discussed her book Paleoista: Gain Energy, Get Lean, and Feel Fabulous With the Diet You Were Born to Eat.

“It really was bothering me that I was eating this manmade sugar from the gels. That started getting me interested in exploring the concept of fat-adaptation.” — Nell Stephenson

But now Nell is back today to discuss how shifting to becoming a fat-adapted athlete has helped her win a couple of races and dramatically improve her race times. Listen in as Nell and I talk about this change that has happened in her, how the Paleo landscape has changed so much in the past few years that it’s become confusing, what it was like for her to start training and racing in a fasted/keto-adapted state, how many people are walking around sub-clinically sick and don’t even know it, and her upcoming 2-Day Women’s Workshop coming May 5-6, 2016. If you or someone you know is interested in ketogenic diets for athletic performance, then DON’T MISS this interview.

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There are three ways you can listen to Episode 1096:

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 1096 [37:06]

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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!

What did you think about what you heard from Nell Stephenson about her shift to becoming a fat-adapted athlete? Tell us about it in the show notes section of Episode 1096. Connect with Nell at Paleoista.com Coming up on Tuesday, we’ll have osteopath Dr. Chad Edwards sharing about the work he is doing with functional medicine, prolotherapy,and ketosis. Then on Wednesday, nutritionist Dr. Jonny Bowden sharing about his brand new book Smart Fat: Eat More Fat. Lose More Weight. Get Healthy Now..

Here’s the upcoming LLVLC Show episode schedule:
4-12: Dr. Chad Edwards
4-13: Dr. Jonny Bowden
4-18: 2015 Cape Town – Dr. Peter Bond – The state of South African health from the perspective of a major life insurer
4-19: 2015 Cape Town – Zoe Harcombe – The Obesity Episode: What caused it? How can we stop it?
4-20: 2015 Cape Town – Gary Taubes – Why We Get Fat: An Alternative Hypothesis for Obesity

4-25: 2015 Cape Town – Christine Cronau – The Fat Revolution
4-26: 2015 Cape Town – Dr. Andreas Eenfeldt – Weight Control: Calories vs. Insulin
4-27: 2015 Cape Town – Dr. Michael Eades – Cognitive Dissonance: The scientific evidence for the LCHF is so strong. Why then is it ignored?

LOW-CARB CRUISE WEEK – NO PODCASTS
5-9: 2015 Cape Town – Dr. Jay Wortman – The low-carb, high-fat diet for obesity, metabolic syndrome, and Type 2 diabetes

5-10: 2015 Cape Town – Dr. Ann Childers – Stone-age body, space-age diet: Nutrition, metabolism, and mental health

 5-11: 2015 Cape Town – Dr. Eric Westman – LCHF treatment of obesity and metabolic syndrome

5-16: 2015 Cape Town – Dr. Robert Cywes – LCHF, hunger management, and limited bariatric surgery in children with morbid obesity

5-17: 2015 Cape Town – Dr. Jeffry Gerber – The lipid hypothesis, diet heart hypothesis, and the 2013 cholesterol guidelines. Addressing treatment and management controversies based on current guidelines.

5-18: 2015 Cape Town – Dr. Jason Fung – Insulin toxicity and how to treat Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus

5-23: 2015 Cape Town – Dr. Gary Fettke – Disease-causing effects of high carbohydrate diets

5-24: 2015 Cape Town – Dr. Aseem Maholtra – How dietary changes can rapidly and substantially reduce risk of cardiovascular death

5-25: 2015 Cape Town – Dr. Stephen Phinney – 30 years studying low carbohydrate diets for athletes
PALEOFX WEEK – NO PODCASTS
6-6: 2015 Cape Town – Dr. Michael Eades – 40 years of flawed nutritional science. What will it take for change to be accepted?

6-7: 2015 Cape Town – Dr. Ann Childers – Nutrition and mental health
6-8: 2015 Cape Town – Professor Tim Noakes – Why did I support high carbohydrate diets for athletes for so long? Review of scientific studies supporting either high or low carbohydrate diets for athletes
6-13: 2015 Cape Town – Dr. Eric Westman – Practical implementation of a low carb diet

6-14: 2015 Cape Town – Dr. Robert Cywes – Carbohydrate addiction: The psychology of obesity
6-15: 2015 Cape Town – Dr. Gary Fettle – Nutrition and lifestyle related illnesses
6-20: 2015 Cape Town – Dr. Jason Fung – Novel management of diabetes and insulin resistance

6-21: 2015 Cape Town – Dr. Jay Wortman – Carbohydrate restriction for Type 2 diabetes
6-22: 2015 Cape Town – Dr. Stephen Phinney – The art and science of low carb living
6-27: 2015 Cape Town – Christine Cronau – Diet and exercise myths

6-28: 2015 Cape Town – Zoe Harcombe – Nutritional nuggets to combat conventional dietary guidelines
6-29: 2015 Cape Town – Dr. Aseem Maholtra – Sugar, advocacy or activism?
7-4: 2015 Cape Town – Jimmy Moore – Cholesterol Clarity & Keto Clarity

7-5: 2015 Cape Town – Dr. Andreas Eenfeldt – Changing perceptions — Global impact of LCHF (Australia, UK and Sweden)
7-6: 2015 Cape Town – Professor Tim Noakes – A worldwide nutrition revolution: What is next?

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 182): Kathryn Kos And Jay Sinkovitz Discuss How Dietary Fat Is Making A Huge Comeback

In Episode 182 of “Low-Carb Conversations With Jimmy Moore, Jenna The PA & Friends,” we welcome in guest friends Nutritional Therapy Practitioner and real food blogger Kathryn Kos and ketogenic dieter and low-carb, high-fat advocate Jay Sinkovitz joining our hosts Jimmy Moore and Jenna The Paleo PA today. It’s another fun-filled Friday for you here on this listener-supported podcast dedicated to highlighting the latest health headlines with educated opinions from people in the low-carb, Paleo, primal, real food community. Do you like what you hear on this weekly podcast? Help keep us on the air by CLICKING HERE to make a donation of any amount to help us towards that goal. THANK YOU FOR YOUR SUPPORT!

WOULD YOU USE A SALT-FLAVORED ELECTRIC FORK?

Japan invents electric ‘salt-flavoured fork’

In today’s episode, Jenna Lightfoot (aka Jenna The Paleo PA) and I are joined by Nutritional Therapy Practitioner and real food blogger Kathryn Kos from Primal Bliss Nutrition and ketogenic dieter and low-carb, high-fat advocate Jay Sinkovitz on Facebook. Jenna and I talk at the beginning about how I almost pulled an April’s Fool joke on Jenna last week, how Netflix did a joke with John Stamos last Friday, the new Fuller House show on Netflix, and a special thanks to our listeners who have helped support the show, including Brady, WYSIWYG Cabins, Carla, Karen, Dr. Wilson, Aino, Alison, Ron, Graham, Gregory, Michael, Clive, Katia, June, and Zeph. THANK YOU THANK YOU THANK YOU! You can join the Low-Carb Conversations supporters by leaving us a donation HERE.

CAN EATING FISH RAISE A PREGNANT WOMAN’S OBESITY RISK?

In pregnancy, eating too much fish can raise a child’s obesity risk, study says

Listen in as Jenna, Kathryn, Jay, and I talk about a new electric fork that stimulates the taste of salt while eating, a new Cornell study that some people are genetically programmed to be vegetarian, another study claiming long-term vegetarian diets increase inflammation levels changing human DNA, the pros and cons of four different popular diets, how saturated fats like butter and lard are making a huge comeback, a column questioning the abundant use of statins for heart attack prevention, a new study stating that eating too much fish during pregnancy could increase their child’s obesity risk, an article pushing people to eat more bread again, and the world’s first “poop bank” for treating gut health issues. Plus, don’t miss Kathryn’s Tuna Zoodle Casserole with Smoked Paprika and Jay’s health tip at the end of the show. 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: Japan invents electric ‘salt-flavoured fork’
Cornell study finds some people may be genetically programmed to be vegetarians
Long term vegetarian diet changes human DNA raising risk of cancer and heart disease
Which diet is best for YOU? From low-fat to Mediterranean, weight-loss expert examines the pros and cons of 4 popular diets
Butter, lard, more make a big, fat comeback
Heart attacks could be reduced by rethinking the way we prescribe statins
In pregnancy, eating too much fish can raise a child’s obesity risk, study says
Bread is back on the menu and here’s why you should tuck in
Dutch open their first ‘poop bank’ to treat gut diseases

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There are three ways you can listen to Episode 182:

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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 182. We’ll be back next Friday with two more amazing guest friends joining us to talk about the latest health headlines. Do you have something to share about what you heard on “Low-Carb Conversations With Jimmy Moore, Jenna The Paleo PA & Friends?” Drop us an e-mail anytime at livinlowcarbman@charter.net. 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.

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Keto Talk (Episode 17): Too Much Fat, Higher vs. Lower Ketones, Cortisol, & Testosterone On Keto

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If you are interested in the low-carb, moderate protein, high-fat, ketogenic diet, then this is the podcast for you. We zero in exclusively on all the questions people have about how being in a state of nutritional ketosis and the effects it has on your health. There are a lot of myths about keto floating around out there and our two amazing cohosts are shooting them down one at a time. Keto Talk is cohosted by 10-year veteran health podcaster and international bestselling author Jimmy Moore from “Livin’ La Vida Low-Carb” and Arizona osteopath and certified bariatric physician Dr. Adam Nally from “Doc Muscles” who thoroughly share from their wealth of experience on the ketogenic lifestyle each and every Thursday. We love hearing from our fabulous Ketonian listeners with new questions–send an email to Jimmy at livinlowcarbman@charter.net. And if you’re not already subscribed to the podcast on iTunes and listened to the past episodes, then you can do that and leave a review HERE. Listen in today as Jimmy and Adam answer more engaging questions about nutritional ketosis from you the listeners today in Episode 17!

KEY QUOTE: “You will quickly see the fat that you ingest in your diet and it will quickly move its way through the body. The thought that you have to burn the fat you consume first before body fat is used is wrong. You burn fat from everywhere uniformly.” — Dr. Adam Nally

Here’s what Jimmy and Adam talked about in Episode 17:

– Can you eat too much fat on a ketogenic diet?
Hello Jimmy and Doc Muscles,

Thank you so much for the great podcast you have put together. I love the focus on the keto way of life. I listen to all of your other podcasts, Jimmy, and this one is my favorite.

So here is my question… I have heard it hypothesized that you can overeat fat on a keto diet. The theory I have heard is before you can burn your fat stores, you have to burn through the dietary fat you have eaten. Is this for real? I’m trying to understand more about exercise and its effects on ketones. When I go for a good long walk, if my ketones go down, is it because they are being utilized more? I’d like to think that I’m really working on burning the stored fat when I go for a walk versus just the dietary fat I have eaten that day but I’m not sure that is the case.

I also conducted my own N=1 experiment on my blood glucose. I used to come home from work and go for a walk, then come back and have my dinner. I would start out before dinner with a blood glucose of 96-104 then do the post-prandial after and it would go up to about 110-114 before coming down again. Then I decided to eat dinner as soon as I got home and go for a walk immediately after. My blood glucose before dinner was 101. Then I went for a 45 minute walk immediately after dinner and tested again at the one hour mark and it was at 96! Do either one of you have any thoughts about the timing of exercise when it relates to eating and its effects on glucose and ketones?

Thank you so much for the great work both of you do!
Shannon in Pennsylvania

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– Do higher ketone levels mean more fat burning than lower ketone levels?

– Does eating ketogenic spike cortisol levels?
I’ve noticed that when I do a strict ketogenic diet and extended fasting, my cortisol shoots through the roof. I have interrupted sleep, wake up at 4:30 or 5:00 am and can’t go back to sleep (which was great at first to get things done! But now is just annoying). I’m wired but jittery, irritable and edgy. I want the benefits of the higher ketones, but without the negatives of high cortisol.  Most of what I’ve read suggests to increase carbs to bring cortisol down. What can I do?
Thanks!
Amberley

– Will eating low-carb keto reduce my testosterone levels?
Hey Jimmy,

I want to say that you have made a huge difference in my life. I switched to keto after listening to your podcasts and reading your book. I have dropped 30 pounds in the first month, and have never felt better. Thanks for all the great info you put out there for us. I do have a question though, I have heard that carbs are necessary for testosterone production. I’m 32 this year and want to make sure that a keto diet won’t have any deleterious effects on it. Do you have any thoughts on this?

Thanks for your time,
Justin

KEY QUOTE: “I think it’s a matter of knowing that you are in the sweet spot (of nutritional ketosis) if you are seeing higher ketone levels. You’ll have higher ketone levels early on eating ketogenic but there’s no greater benefit to having higher levels.” — Jimmy Moore

Plus, don’t miss our featured listener question from this week’s featured Keto Talk Mailbox e-mail at the end of the show:

Hi Jimmy,

Thank you so much for all the hard-to-find information you’re putting out there for the rest of us.  You’re a great resource!  I love all of your podcasts, especially Keto Talk with Jimmy Moore and the Doc.

I am hoping that you will have time and ability to help me get a question answered.  I have been searching all over the net to find some information about whether a LCHF diet should affect liver function tests, and I can’t really find what I’m looking for.  I figured that since you seem to be the king of keto blood test results, you would be just the man to answer my question:

I have been eating LCHF for about a year and a half (and thanks to Dr. Nally’s protein calculator, I’m recently down to 50g protein and under 20 carbs – usually way under – leaving about 85-90% fat).  I am not over-weight, but when I started LCHF had been at the top of the normal range for myself and just heavier than I was comfortable with.  I have recently been having some digestive issues, so had some blood tests including a liver panel.  One of the liver measures (ALT, I think, but it could have been AST – the enzymes) came back slightly elevated, so my doc has ordered an upper abdominal ultrasound.  I am scared to death that my doc is going to say that I need to change my diet, but I really want to stay keto (even though I really haven’t seen the same level of benefits my husband has, I still think it’s so good for me). 
So here’s the question:

I know that some blood tests look different for those on LCHF (such as cholesterol) and that it’s not necessarily a bad thing. Is there any reason to think that elevated liver enzymes is normal for someone on LCHF and not a bad thing?  Or might LCHF cause elevated liver enzymes and actually indicated faulty liver function?  Or are these things completely unrelated.

Thanks for your help!  I have so many keto questions (for someone who is not overweight – which I think is different than the typical situation), but I decided to pick the most pressing one, so I will continue to listen to your podcasts and continue to learn and hopefully get my other questions answered!

Keep up the great work.

Joanne

Here is a new iTunes reviews of Keto Talk this week:

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There are three ways you can listen to Episode 17:

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 17 [42:29]

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WE NEED YOUR FINANCIAL SUPPORT OF THIS PODCAST! Adam and I are committed to answering all of your questions about low-carb, high-fat, ketogenic diets on this podcast. Your financial support and regular listening is sincerely appreciated. If this Thursday podcast helps you in any way, then won’t you consider helping us out by clicking on the DONATE button above? 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!

Don’t forget to check out the show notes section of Episode 17. We’ll be back next Thursday, April 14, 2016 in Episode 17 of “Keto Talk with Jimmy Moore & The Doc” where we’ll talk about more questions about ketogenic living! If you have a question about keto you’d like for Adam and I to address in a future episode of “Keto Talk with Jimmy Moore & The Doc,” then email it directly to me at livinlowcarbman@charter.net. Spread the word about this new podcast and let us know what you think! Be sure to leave us a review on iTunes. THANK YOU for listening!

The LLVLC Show (Episode 1095): Dr. Kirk Parsley On Sleep Hacking, Fasting, Ketosis, & More

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In Episode 1095 of “The Livin’ La Vida Low-Carb Show with Jimmy Moore,” we welcome back former Navy SEAL, medical doctor, and sleep specialist Dr. Kirk Parsley is our guest today. Sleep is such a critically important subject of discussion in the context of healthy living that we address it early and often here on this podcast. Thus, we’ve had fabulous guests like Shawn Stevenson, T.S. Wiley, Dr. Terry Brown, and others articulating the benefits of getting quality sleep. We had former Navy SEAL, medical doctor, and sleep specialist Dr. Kirk Parsley from DocParsley.com on the show back in Episode 883 in October 2014 and now he’s back today to gab a little more with me about sleep, fasting, ketosis, Navy SEAL challenges, his Sleep Cocktail (soon-to-be called Sleep Remedy) supplement, and a lot more. This was an awesome conversation about a wide range of health topics that you’ll certainly find interesting. ENJOY!

“I’ve always been a long sleeper. When I’m well-rested, I’m a nine-hour-a-night sleeper. I’ve been ketotic for the past two years and don’t need as much sleep. Maybe seven and a half hours.” — Dr. Kirk Parsley

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There are three ways you can listen to Episode 1095:

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 1095 [53:04]

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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!

What did you think about what you heard from Dr. Kirk Parsley on sleep, ketosis, and more? Sound off about it in the show notes section of Episode 1095. Connect with him at DocParsley.com and try his sleep supplement at SleepCocktails.com. Coming up next week we’ll have our final week of podcasts before airing the talks from the 2015 South Africa LCHF conference through the early July. Coming up on Monday, we’ll have Paleo blogger and author Nell Stephenson from Paleoista.com sharing about her shift to a low-carb, high-fat, ketogenic approach to fueling her marathon-running. Then on Tuesday, we’ll have osteopath Dr. Chad Edwards sharing about the work he is doing with functional medicine, prolotherapy,and ketosis. Finally on Wednesday, nutritionist Dr. Jonny Bowden sharing about his brand new book Smart Fat: Eat More Fat. Lose More Weight. Get Healthy Now.. DON’T MISS THIS!

Here’s the upcoming LLVLC Show episode schedule:
4-11: Nell Stephenson
4-12: Dr. Chad Edwards
4-13: Dr. Jonny Bowden
4-18: 2015 Cape Town – Dr. Peter Bond – The state of South African health from the perspective of a major life insurer
4-19: 2015 Cape Town – Zoe Harcombe – The Obesity Episode: What caused it? How can we stop it?
4-20: 2015 Cape Town – Gary Taubes – Why We Get Fat: An Alternative Hypothesis for Obesity

4-25: 2015 Cape Town – Christine Cronau – The Fat Revolution
4-26: 2015 Cape Town – Dr. Andreas Eenfeldt – Weight Control: Calories vs. Insulin
4-27: 2015 Cape Town – Dr. Michael Eades – Cognitive Dissonance: The scientific evidence for the LCHF is so strong. Why then is it ignored?

LOW-CARB CRUISE WEEK – NO PODCASTS
5-9: 2015 Cape Town – Dr. Jay Wortman – The low-carb, high-fat diet for obesity, metabolic syndrome, and Type 2 diabetes

5-10: 2015 Cape Town – Dr. Ann Childers – Stone-age body, space-age diet: Nutrition, metabolism, and mental health

 5-11: 2015 Cape Town – Dr. Eric Westman – LCHF treatment of obesity and metabolic syndrome

5-16: 2015 Cape Town – Dr. Robert Cywes – LCHF, hunger management, and limited bariatric surgery in children with morbid obesity

5-17: 2015 Cape Town – Dr. Jeffry Gerber – The lipid hypothesis, diet heart hypothesis, and the 2013 cholesterol guidelines. Addressing treatment and management controversies based on current guidelines.

5-18: 2015 Cape Town – Dr. Jason Fung – Insulin toxicity and how to treat Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus

5-23: 2015 Cape Town – Dr. Gary Fettke – Disease-causing effects of high carbohydrate diets

5-24: 2015 Cape Town – Dr. Aseem Maholtra – How dietary changes can rapidly and substantially reduce risk of cardiovascular death

5-25: 2015 Cape Town – Dr. Stephen Phinney – 30 years studying low carbohydrate diets for athletes
PALEOFX WEEK – NO PODCASTS
6-6: 2015 Cape Town – Dr. Michael Eades – 40 years of flawed nutritional science. What will it take for change to be accepted?

6-7: 2015 Cape Town – Dr. Ann Childers – Nutrition and mental health
6-8: 2015 Cape Town – Professor Tim Noakes – Why did I support high carbohydrate diets for athletes for so long? Review of scientific studies supporting either high or low carbohydrate diets for athletes
6-13: 2015 Cape Town – Dr. Eric Westman – Practical implementation of a low carb diet

6-14: 2015 Cape Town – Dr. Robert Cywes – Carbohydrate addiction: The psychology of obesity
6-15: 2015 Cape Town – Dr. Gary Fettle – Nutrition and lifestyle related illnesses
6-20: 2015 Cape Town – Dr. Jason Fung – Novel management of diabetes and insulin resistance

6-21: 2015 Cape Town – Dr. Jay Wortman – Carbohydrate restriction for Type 2 diabetes
6-22: 2015 Cape Town – Dr. Stephen Phinney – The art and science of low carb living
6-27: 2015 Cape Town – Christine Cronau – Diet and exercise myths

6-28: 2015 Cape Town – Zoe Harcombe – Nutritional nuggets to combat conventional dietary guidelines
6-29: 2015 Cape Town – Dr. Aseem Maholtra – Sugar, advocacy or activism?
7-4: 2015 Cape Town – Jimmy Moore – Cholesterol Clarity & Keto Clarity

7-5: 2015 Cape Town – Dr. Andreas Eenfeldt – Changing perceptions — Global impact of LCHF (Australia, UK and Sweden)
7-6: 2015 Cape Town – Professor Tim Noakes – A worldwide nutrition revolution: What is next?

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 1094): Rachel Straub Gives You Guidance On Weight Training Without Injury

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In Episode 1094 of “The Livin’ La Vida Low-Carb Show with Jimmy Moore,” we have an exercise physiologist, nutritional scientist, biokinesiologist, and author Rachel Straub as our guest today. Perhaps you’ve gotten the bug to start lifting weights for the first time in your life and you find yourself inside one of those big gyms with equipment and free weights galore. What do you do? For most people, they start lifting without any regard to whether they are using good form or not leaving themselves highly susceptible to injury. You could hire an expensive personal trainer for $50-100 an hour to help, but even that isn’t automatically going to make sure you are doing the exercises the proper way. This was the concern of an exercise physiologist, nutritional scientist, biokinesiologist, and author named Rachel Straub from WeightTrainingWOI.com who decided to write a book about this topic with photo demonstrations of what not and what to do regarding most exercises entitled Weight Training Without Injury: Over 350 Step-by-Step Pictures Including What Not to Do. Listen in as Rachel and I talk about where people go wrong in their pursuit of fitness and how she helps fix the most common problems people experience.

“We’re trying to help people know where they can go wrong so they don’t get hurt. It’s worth understanding what to do in the proper way.” — Rachel Straub

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There are three ways you can listen to Episode 1094:

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

3. Download the MP3 file of Episode 1094 [33:02]

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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!

What did you think about what you heard from Rachel Straub about how to do exercise without getting hurt? Give me your feedback about it in the show notes section of Episode 1094. Pick up your own copy of Weight Training Without Injury: Over 350 Step-by-Step Pictures Including What Not to Do and connect with Rachel at WeightTrainingWOI.com. Coming up on Wednesday, former Navy SEAL and sleep specialist Dr. Kirk Parsley will be here to share tips on sleeping better and his Sleep Cocktail supplement.

Here’s the upcoming LLVLC Show episode schedule:
4-6: Dr. Kirk Parsley
4-11: Nell Stephenson
4-12: Dr. Chad Edwards
4-13: Dr. Jonny Bowden
4-18: 2015 Cape Town – Dr. Peter Bond – The state of South African health from the perspective of a major life insurer
4-19: 2015 Cape Town – Zoe Harcombe – The Obesity Episode: What caused it? How can we stop it?
4-20: 2015 Cape Town – Gary Taubes – Why We Get Fat: An Alternative Hypothesis for Obesity

4-25: 2015 Cape Town – Christine Cronau – The Fat Revolution
4-26: 2015 Cape Town – Dr. Andreas Eenfeldt – Weight Control: Calories vs. Insulin
4-27: 2015 Cape Town – Dr. Michael Eades – Cognitive Dissonance: The scientific evidence for the LCHF is so strong. Why then is it ignored?

LOW-CARB CRUISE WEEK – NO PODCASTS
5-9: 2015 Cape Town – Dr. Jay Wortman – The low-carb, high-fat diet for obesity, metabolic syndrome, and Type 2 diabetes

5-10: 2015 Cape Town – Dr. Ann Childers – Stone-age body, space-age diet: Nutrition, metabolism, and mental health

 5-11: 2015 Cape Town – Dr. Eric Westman – LCHF treatment of obesity and metabolic syndrome

5-16: 2015 Cape Town – Dr. Robert Cywes – LCHF, hunger management, and limited bariatric surgery in children with morbid obesity

5-17: 2015 Cape Town – Dr. Jeffry Gerber – The lipid hypothesis, diet heart hypothesis, and the 2013 cholesterol guidelines. Addressing treatment and management controversies based on current guidelines.

5-18: 2015 Cape Town – Dr. Jason Fung – Insulin toxicity and how to treat Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus

5-23: 2015 Cape Town – Dr. Gary Fettke – Disease-causing effects of high carbohydrate diets

5-24: 2015 Cape Town – Dr. Aseem Maholtra – How dietary changes can rapidly and substantially reduce risk of cardiovascular death

5-25: 2015 Cape Town – Dr. Stephen Phinney – 30 years studying low carbohydrate diets for athletes
PALEOFX WEEK – NO PODCASTS
6-6: 2015 Cape Town – Dr. Michael Eades – 40 years of flawed nutritional science. What will it take for change to be accepted?

6-7: 2015 Cape Town – Dr. Ann Childers – Nutrition and mental health
6-8: 2015 Cape Town – Professor Tim Noakes – Why did I support high carbohydrate diets for athletes for so long? Review of scientific studies supporting either high or low carbohydrate diets for athletes
6-13: 2015 Cape Town – Dr. Eric Westman – Practical implementation of a low carb diet

6-14: 2015 Cape Town – Dr. Robert Cywes – Carbohydrate addiction: The psychology of obesity
6-15: 2015 Cape Town – Dr. Gary Fettle – Nutrition and lifestyle related illnesses
6-20: 2015 Cape Town – Dr. Jason Fung – Novel management of diabetes and insulin resistance

6-21: 2015 Cape Town – Dr. Jay Wortman – Carbohydrate restriction for Type 2 diabetes
6-22: 2015 Cape Town – Dr. Stephen Phinney – The art and science of low carb living
6-27: 2015 Cape Town – Christine Cronau – Diet and exercise myths

6-28: 2015 Cape Town – Zoe Harcombe – Nutritional nuggets to combat conventional dietary guidelines
6-29: 2015 Cape Town – Dr. Aseem Maholtra – Sugar, advocacy or activism?
7-4: 2015 Cape Town – Jimmy Moore – Cholesterol Clarity & Keto Clarity

7-5: 2015 Cape Town – Dr. Andreas Eenfeldt – Changing perceptions — Global impact of LCHF (Australia, UK and Sweden)
7-6: 2015 Cape Town – Professor Tim Noakes – A worldwide nutrition revolution: What is next?

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 1093): Misha Sakharoff Combines Ketogenic With Buteyko Breathing For Cancer

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In Episode 1093 of “The Livin’ La Vida Low-Carb Show with Jimmy Moore,” we welcome in Danish health engineer and ketogenic breathing technique creator for treating cancer Misha Sakharoff as our guest today. Cancer is a truly horrific disease that scares most people to their very core. Most people who get diagnosed with some form of cancer believe it is a death sentence. But in recent years, we’ve been hearing from people like Boston College cancer researcher Dr. Thomas Seyfried that this is a metabolic disease treated with a ketogenic diet. And he’s not alone with cancer patients such as Andrew Scarborough and Patricia Daly beating back their brain and eye cancers respectively thanks to a ketogenic nutritional approach being the basis for their healing. For a health engineer from Denmark named Misha Sakharoff at Sakharoff.com, he’s created a powerful combination of the Buteyko breathing technique and a ketogenic diet for cancer in what he describes as the Sakharoff Protocol. His goal for his clients is to help them return to a normal life again with long-term recovery. Listen in as Misha and I talk about how his program is helping people beat back the cancer and other chronic diseases that are plaguing their health.

“The basis for my protocol is the ketogenic diet with breathing techniques.” — Misha Sakharoff


How To Beat Cancer With The Sakharoff Protocol

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There are three ways you can listen to Episode 1093:

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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!

What did you think about what you heard from Misha Sakharoff about his unique combination of ketogenic diets and breathing for treating chronic diseases like cancer? Tell us about it in the show notes section of Episode 1093. Connect with Misha at Sakharoff.com. Coming up on Tuesday, exercise physiologist and biokinesiologist Rachel Straub will be here to share about proper exercise form as outlined in her book Weight Training Without Injury: Over 350 Step-by-Step Pictures Including What Not to Do. Then on Wednesday, former Navy SEAL and sleep specialist Dr. Kirk Parsley will be here to share tips on sleeping better and his Sleep Cocktail supplement.

Here’s the upcoming LLVLC Show episode schedule:
4-5: Rachel Straub
4-6: Dr. Kirk Parsley
4-11: Nell Stephenson
4-12: Dr. Chad Edwards
4-13: Dr. Jonny Bowden
4-18: 2015 Cape Town – Dr. Peter Bond – The state of South African health from the perspective of a major life insurer
4-19: 2015 Cape Town – Zoe Harcombe – The Obesity Episode: What caused it? How can we stop it?
4-20: 2015 Cape Town – Gary Taubes – Why We Get Fat: An Alternative Hypothesis for Obesity

4-25: 2015 Cape Town – Christine Cronau – The Fat Revolution
4-26: 2015 Cape Town – Dr. Andreas Eenfeldt – Weight Control: Calories vs. Insulin
4-27: 2015 Cape Town – Dr. Michael Eades – Cognitive Dissonance: The scientific evidence for the LCHF is so strong. Why then is it ignored?

LOW-CARB CRUISE WEEK – NO PODCASTS
5-9: 2015 Cape Town – Dr. Jay Wortman – The low-carb, high-fat diet for obesity, metabolic syndrome, and Type 2 diabetes

5-10: 2015 Cape Town – Dr. Ann Childers – Stone-age body, space-age diet: Nutrition, metabolism, and mental health

 5-11: 2015 Cape Town – Dr. Eric Westman – LCHF treatment of obesity and metabolic syndrome

5-16: 2015 Cape Town – Dr. Robert Cywes – LCHF, hunger management, and limited bariatric surgery in children with morbid obesity

5-17: 2015 Cape Town – Dr. Jeffry Gerber – The lipid hypothesis, diet heart hypothesis, and the 2013 cholesterol guidelines. Addressing treatment and management controversies based on current guidelines.

5-18: 2015 Cape Town – Dr. Jason Fung – Insulin toxicity and how to treat Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus

5-23: 2015 Cape Town – Dr. Gary Fettke – Disease-causing effects of high carbohydrate diets

5-24: 2015 Cape Town – Dr. Aseem Maholtra – How dietary changes can rapidly and substantially reduce risk of cardiovascular death

5-25: 2015 Cape Town – Dr. Stephen Phinney – 30 years studying low carbohydrate diets for athletes
PALEOFX WEEK – NO PODCASTS
6-6: 2015 Cape Town – Dr. Michael Eades – 40 years of flawed nutritional science. What will it take for change to be accepted?

6-7: 2015 Cape Town – Dr. Ann Childers – Nutrition and mental health
6-8: 2015 Cape Town – Professor Tim Noakes – Why did I support high carbohydrate diets for athletes for so long? Review of scientific studies supporting either high or low carbohydrate diets for athletes
6-13: 2015 Cape Town – Dr. Eric Westman – Practical implementation of a low carb diet

6-14: 2015 Cape Town – Dr. Robert Cywes – Carbohydrate addiction: The psychology of obesity
6-15: 2015 Cape Town – Dr. Gary Fettle – Nutrition and lifestyle related illnesses
6-20: 2015 Cape Town – Dr. Jason Fung – Novel management of diabetes and insulin resistance

6-21: 2015 Cape Town – Dr. Jay Wortman – Carbohydrate restriction for Type 2 diabetes
6-22: 2015 Cape Town – Dr. Stephen Phinney – The art and science of low carb living
6-27: 2015 Cape Town – Christine Cronau – Diet and exercise myths

6-28: 2015 Cape Town – Zoe Harcombe – Nutritional nuggets to combat conventional dietary guidelines
6-29: 2015 Cape Town – Dr. Aseem Maholtra – Sugar, advocacy or activism?
7-4: 2015 Cape Town – Jimmy Moore – Cholesterol Clarity & Keto Clarity

7-5: 2015 Cape Town – Dr. Andreas Eenfeldt – Changing perceptions — Global impact of LCHF (Australia, UK and Sweden)
7-6: 2015 Cape Town – Professor Tim Noakes – A worldwide nutrition revolution: What is next?

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.