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In Episode 506 of “The Livin’ La Vida Low-Carb Show with Jimmy Moore,” we have two extraordinary interviews to share with you today starting off with an engaging physician from the UK named Dr. Sarah Myhill. She’s been a leading voice for a low-carb, Paleo-styled living in Great Britain appearing on television and other parts of the British media eschewing excessive carbohydrates, sugar, and gluten contained in the modern diet. She has poured herself into learning everything she could find about the health ailments her patients have been dealing with, including diabetes, obesity, chronic fatigue, food allergies and many more. As you listen to Dr. Myhill, you’ll quickly discover that she clearly understands the vital importance of carbohydrate-restriction and paying attention to what is happening in the gut as the wave of the future in treating patients for chronic diseases and obesity. I’m so glad to be able to share this treasure of an interview with you today!
Listen to Dr. Sarah Myhill explain how she educates patients about low-carb:
Next up we hear from one of the most interesting podcast interview guests I’ve ever had on my show. His name is Seth Roberts, Professor of Psychology at Tsinghua University in Beijing and an Emeritus Professor of Psychology at the University of California at Berkeley. His work in self-experimentation has led to the discovery of the unconventional dietary principles that he outlines in his bestselling book The Shangri-La Diet: The No Hunger Eat Anything Weight-Loss Plan. I’m gonna warn you ahead of time before listening to this one–keep an open mind as you hear Seth describe some pretty off-the-wall-sounding stuff as it relates to nutrition and health. Much of it will seem counterintuitive until you understand the psychologic connection to implementing these sometimes strange (i.e. plugging your nose when you eat!) and unorthodox means for producing effective changes in body weight and health. This interview will blow your mind–listen if you dare!
Listen to Seth Roberts discuss his unique approach to weight loss:
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What were your impressions of the “Stone Age diet” promoted by Dr. Sarah Myhill? And are you convinced by the experimental nutritional ideas espoused by Seth Roberts? Tell us what you thought about these interviews in the show notes section of Episode 506. Check out Dr. Myhill’s Wikipedia-styled web site to access her vast wealth of information about low-carb nutrition. And pick up a copy of Seth’s The Shangri-La Diet and visit his popular Seth’s blog and accompanying forum. Coming up on Monday we’ll hear from veteran health writer Martin Zucker who will be here to discuss an interesting concept known as “earthing” as outlined in the book Earthing: The Most Important Health Discovery Ever? We’ll also have registered Physician Assistant Karen Paris who currently works with former interview guest Dr. Fred Pescatore and spent two decades working with the late, great Dr. Robert C. Atkins in his complementary medicine practice in New York City. Then on Thursday we’ll have Paleo fitness trainer Jason Seib with us who is a frequent guest blogger at Sarah Fragoso’s “Everyday Paleo” blog. Plus, don’t you dare miss my conversation with a famous professional opera singer named Othalie Graham who struggled with morbid obesity in the ultra-competitive opera industry and turned to livin’ la vida low-carb to help her slim down and find her “voice” again. It’ll be an inspiring week of low-carb podcasting to look forward to next week!
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