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The LLVLC Show (Episode 521): New Zealand-Based Paleo & Zone Nutritionist Julianne Taylor


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In Episode 521 of “The Livin’ La Vida Low-Carb Show with Jimmy Moore,” we welcome an enthusiastic and unconventional nutritionist from the country of New Zealand named Julianne Taylor. She is a regular blogger at “Julianne’s Paleo & Zone Nutrition Blog” where she shares a rather unique mix of both the Paleo diet and the Zone diet to help her clients (through her nutrition practice) and readers understand nutrition and health that comes at things from the proper perspective. Like in the United States, though, New Zealand is still mired in the high-carb, low-fat dogma and it’s an uphill battle that she willingly takes on to help people be as optimally healthy as possible. Let this awesome voice of reason inspire you in your healthy lifestyle today!

Listen to Julianne Taylor share her nutrition experience:

  • How former guest Jamie Scott recommended her
  • The “big medical background” in her family
  • Her foray into nursing that she didn’t enjoy very much
  • When she went into the design industry studying in the UK
  • How she came across The Zone diet with “severe” PMS issues
  • Her “control” of hypoglycemia that happened immediately
  • The omega-3 fats that diminished her cramps immensely
  • The education she got in the US from Dr. Barry Sears
  • How CrossFit introduced her to the Paleo diet concepts
  • The intrigue she had reading Dr. Loren Cordain‘s work
  • The “stunning” results in her health that Paleo produced
  • Why food quality is “critical” but not acknowledged
  • The 30 volunteer “guinea pigs” that she put on Paleo
  • Removing grains and dairy were the key elements of success
  • How even small amounts of grains led to health problems
  • Dr. Sears promoted using grains “as a condiment”
  • Low-carb diets probably work because of removing grains
  • The focus on food quality has come about because of Paleo
  • How Paleo has soared in popularity on Google since 2006
  • Those lesser-known people who inspire her the most
  • The “mild lupus” she is dealing with and learning about
  • Why doctors don’t treat autoimmune diseases properly
  • Her physician father’s change of heart about Paleo
  • How to get more physicians to be open to learn nutrition
  • Robb Wolf‘s focus on educating physicians on Paleo
  • Her thoughts on the “carb sweet spot” concept
  • Switching people from Atkins to Zone with great results
  • Why adding in more starchy carbs can help certain people
  • The body types that determine how many carbs to eat
  • What her view is about the “safe starches” debate
  • Why she calls them “non-toxic starches” instead of “safe”
  • The starchy foods that she includes in her diet
  • The importance of consuming adequate fat and protein
  • Why she is no longer in agreement with Dr. Sears on diet
  • How the best Zone diet is a “Paleo” Zone diet
  • The Zone products that aren’t Paleo/low-carb friendly
  • Her “dream” of a study linking gluten with PMS symptoms
  • Why so many blood type dieters do well on that plan
  • Lack of attention on health benefits of Paleo/low-carb
  • Her analysis of Durianrider’s diet
  • How Paleo dieters tend to consume too much fish oil
  • How consuming too much almond flour overloads omega-6
  • Why consuming macadamia nuts are better (low phytic acid)
  • Her concern with having Vitamin D levels above 40 ng/mL
  • How supplementing with Vitamin K2 is necessary


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    How did you enjoy the work Julianne Taylor is doing on behalf of Paleo and Zone nutrition in New Zealand? Tell us about it in the show notes section of Episode 521. Bookmark “Julianne’s Paleo And Zone Nutrition Blog” to keep up with her amazing work! We’re winding down the year 2011 and have a few more fabulous interviews to share with you. On Monday, we welcome Conner Middleman Whitney who authored a fascinating book entitled Zest for Life: The Mediterranean Anti-Cancer Diet. She was able to beat early-stage cervical cancer thanks to a healthy low-carb, Mediterranean-styled nutritional plan. This is one inspiring conversation you will thoroughly enjoy. Then on Thursday, we’ve got an awesome Paleo doubleheader for you featuring the brain trust behind Caveman Cooking TV–Andrew Rockoff and Craig Parcells–and Certified Integrative Clinical Nutrition Therapist Neely Quinn telling us more about her brand new Paleo Plan program and accompanying e-book.

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