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In Episode 441 of “The Livin’ La Vida Low-Carb Show with Jimmy Moore,” we have quite the philosophical conversation to share with you from Todd Becker from the “Getting Stronger” blog. Todd is a big believer in the philosophy of Hormetism, based on the application of progressive, intermittent stress to overcome challenges and grow stronger physically, mentally and emotionally. Yes, you heard that right–he thinks we should be ADDING more stress to our lives in order to have better overall health. It sounds like that would be counterintuitive to optimal health, but Todd makes a compelling argument for the use of Hormesis as a means for making your health the best it can possibly be.
Listen to Todd Becker share about what first got him interested in low-carb nutrition back in the 1990s, why he thinks the common dietary theories are too narrowly focused, the frustrating trend of seeing so many low-carb dieters stall and even gain weight, what Hormetism is and why it’s so important, how the body adapts to measured amounts of stress, the story about the time he forgot his glasses on vacation and how he improved his eyesight naturally, what he means by the idea of “controlled stress,” why barefoot running is better for you than wearing sneakers, how Hormesis relates to the low-carb/low-insulin diets, why a high-carb diet makes it difficult to shed body fat, the main problem that people run into when they start low-carb diets, the real benefit of a low-carb/low-insulin diet that is missed by too many low-carbers, the benefit of going longer and longer between meals (intermittent fasting), his “Deconditioning Diet,” why you should deliberately expose yourself to pleasurable food smells but not eat the food to lower insulin levels, how we’ve become conditioned by our regular routine and why we shouldn’t eat when we’re hungry, the purpose of using a blood glucose monitor to stabilize blood sugar levels, the personal changes he’s seen in his weight and health doing this concept, the importance of getting the fasting insulin levels as low as possible, what his menus look like, why having an occasional “treat” is a positive part of being successful in your diet, why it’s important to consume carbohydrates sometimes on your low-carb diet, how going too low-carb for too long can make you glucose intolerant, how a cold shower can help with weight loss and depression, why adaptation is so beneficial to your health, and the physiologist side vs. the Paleo/primal/evolutionists in the low-carb community. Todd certainly gives you a lot to think about regarding improving your low-carb lifestyle.
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What did you think about the Hormetism concept promoted by Todd Becker? Give us your feedback about what you heard in the show notes section of Episode 441. Go check out his “Getting Stronger” blog to keep up with the fantastic work Todd is doing promoting healthy living principles. Coming up next week we’ll have a couple of super podcast interviews to share with you. On Monday, we’ll hear from Deborah Krasner who authored a tasty new book called Good Meat: The Complete Guide to Sourcing and Cooking Sustainable Meat. If you’re into cooking and eating grass-fed and pastured meats, then you will want to get a copy of this amazing recipe book for your low-carb kitchen. We’ll have a great interview with Deborah about this topic. Then on Thursday, we will be privileged to have the world’s foremost authority on the subject of Vitamin D named Dr. Michael Holick who has a new book about this subject called The Vitamin D Solution: A 3-Step Strategy to Cure Our Most Common Health Problem. Be sure to read my review of this book and listen to the man himself talk about his work in next week’s interview. Tune in!
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