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The LLVLC Show (Episode 643): Zoe Harcombe Discloses What Drives People To Overeat

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In Episode 643 of “The Livin’ La Vida Low-Carb Show with Jimmy Moore,” we are pleased to welcome back a British low-carb nutrition advocate and obesity expert named Zoe Harcombe! We’ve long been told by the so-called health “experts” that the reason why so many people are dealing with a weight problem is because they simply eat too much and don’t exercise enough. This notion has been repeated so often that it has just become generally accepted as fact without anyone ever looking into whether it’s actually true or not.

That’s why we invited back Zoe Harcombe (listen to my previous interview with her in Episode 427) to share about her brand new 2013 book revealing the truth about why weight gain happens (and it has very little to calories). It’s called Why Do You Overeat? When All You Want Is To Be Slim and it pulls the curtain back on the conventional wisdom that continues to plague those who are desperately seeking a way to lose weight and get healthy for good. Listen in as Zoe and I have another delightful conversation about the reality of obesity and how low-carb living can help reverse it. ENJOY!

Listen to Zoe Harcombe share why people want to overeat:

  • How she overcome 20-year vegetarianism
  • Why her diet has changed so dramatically to eat more meat
  • Follow @ZoeHarcombe on Twitter for health headlines
  • Once enlightened, how you see headlines changes
  • REAL Mediterranean diet nothing like it’s portrayed
  • Paleo/Atkins top the search engines in 2013
  • UK dietary guidelines should be the “Eat Badly Plate”
  • People are confused about what they should be eating nowadays
  • How she spent her 20s understanding why she ate so much
  • She came across books in America that she can’t find in the UK
  • People haven’t made the connection with food addiction and metabolic issues
  • Calorie counting actually leads to the development of food addiction
  • She thinks Dr. Robert Lustig and Gary Taubes don’t go far enough on calories
  • The basic flaws she sees in the calorie hypothesis
  • Listen to Dr. Robert Lustig in Episode 640 of The LLVLC Show
  • Why do we overeat? It’s the hormonal connection that’s ignored
  • #1 reason why we overeat is calorie-counting
  • Candida, food intolerance and hypoglycemia make overeating happen
  • We eat “pointless” low-fat foods as a normal part of diet
  • The six basic emotions involved in overeating
  • There are physical and emotional issues in overeating
  • Anger drives you to eating more junk food
  • When you’re down and depressed, you want to eat
  • Food makes “a nice time better” by eating awful food
  • Fear can drive people to hoard up food
  • We’re not going to die if we don’t eat for a day
  • Lack of surprise is driving a lot of bad eating
  • People are eating mindlessly because they’re bored
  • If eating is most fun thing, we need to get a life
  • There’s so much more to an enriched life than food
  • How you help people dealing with emotional eating?
  • Eliminate processed foods and fix candida
  • You’ve got to be very honest with yourself (food diary)
  • Write down the trigger for why you want something
  • Once adults get fixed, helping children easier
  • The bad childhood messages surrounding food
  • Parents don’t really think through these messages
  • Anorexia starts off with wanting to grab control
  • Personal responsibility needed with overeating
  • Once you get the knowledge, it’s up to you
  • If you don’t have the good info, you can’t know
  • There’s huge sympathy for people who just don’t know
  • When she got serious about this, then change happened
  • You don’t get less addicted to food as time goes by
  • When changes start happening, you keep it going
  • The feeling from real food makes you never go back
  • The “two pieces of paper” concept in her book

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    How did you like what Zoe Harcombe had to say about why we overeat and what it going to take to fix that? Share your thoughts about it in the show notes section of Episode 643. Pick up a copy of her new book Why Do You Overeat? When All You Want Is To Be Slim and keep with what’s happening with Zoe at ZoeHarcombe.com. Coming up on Tuesday, we’ll travel all the way to Australia for a quick mini-interview with an anti-sugar activist from Brisbane named David Gillespie who will share about the new UK version of his Sweet Poison Quit Plan that just released as well as hear from an Adelaide-based chiropractor in Australia named Dr. Brett Hill (who co-hosts an amazing podcast called “The Wellness Guys”) who will tell us about the healthy living principles he wrote about in his book How to Eat an Elephant: Simple solutions for lifelong energy and vitality. Then on Wednesday, the big daddy of primal living Mark Sisson gives us a fabulous one-hour peek inside of his hot-off-the-presses new book The Primal Connection: Follow Your Genetic Blueprint to Health and Happiness (read my review of this book).

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