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In Episode 571 of “The Livin’ La Vida Low-Carb Show with Jimmy Moore,” we welcome back a cardiovascular and thoracic surgeon who bucks conventional wisdom regarding heart health named Dr. Dwight Lundell who wrote a book about it that we discussed in Episode 280 in August 2009 called The Cure For Heart Disease. In March 2012, a column was published online at a web site called Signs Of The Times entitled “Heart Surgeon Speaks Out On What Really Causes Heart Disease” that totally took Dr. Lundell by surprise. It was based on a newsletter he had sent out and someone at Signs Of The Times decided to publish it under his name and put it out there on the Internet. I probably received the link to this essay by Dr. Lundell from literally hundreds of people through my e-mail, Facebook page and on Twitter. In fact, several people asked me if I would interview him on my podcast–I already had in 2009! But now Dr. Lundell is back for another visit to talk about this newfound fame that got him noticed quite prominently in the media, including Rush Limbaugh reading Dr. Lundell’s column on the air to his millions of nationwide listeners. Listen in as I speak with Dr. Lundell about how all of this transpired literally out of nowhere to help put the message that saturated fat and cholesterol aren’t the causes of heart disease–but rather carbohydrates are. ENJOY!
Listen to Dr. Dwight Lundell react to recent publicity about his work:
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How did you like what you heard from Dr. Dwight Lundell today? Give us your thoughts about it in the show notes section of Episode 571. Pick up a copy of Dr. Lundell’s The Cure For Heart Disease and learn more about his work at TheCureForHeartDisease.net. Coming up next week we keep the podcasts rolling along with three more fabulous interviews for you to enjoy! On Monday, we welcome a singer named Anthony D’Amato who has lost a whopping 200 pounds following a low-carbohydrate nutritional plan. Be prepared to be inspired! Then on Tuesday, I’ll have an author named Nancy Kennedy on to discuss a book that features my story and other weight loss success stories in it entitled How We Did It: Weight Loss Choices that Will Work for YOU. And then on Wednesday, I’m pleased to share with you the work of Dan Pardi from “Dan’s Plan” who is helping people learn to eat, sleep and move better in order to maximize their health. It’ll be another fun set of interviews to share on “The Livin’ La Vida Low-Carb Show” next week!
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