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In Episode 727 of “The Livin’ La Vida Low-Carb Show with Jimmy Moore,” we have an interesting conversation with a couple of intelligent and innovative Duke University medical school students who support a low-carb nutritional approach named Peter Wei and Alex Chamessian. If you’ve been listening to this podcast over the years when I have had conversations with medical doctors, then you already know these physicians are lucky if they received one, maybe two weeks worth of nutritional education as part of their formalized training for treating their future patients. This doesn’t sit too well with a future generation of medical professionals who are rising up to take a stand for the integral role diet plays in overall health. These medical school students at Duke University named Peter Wei And Alex Chamessian discovered the power of low-carb living and are now trying to communicate that message with their fellow students. They’re doing this through a new book entitled Learning Medicine: An Evidence-Based Guide as well as connecting with their fellow medical school students who are also supporters of a low-carb/Paleo/primal diet at AncestralMed.org.
Listen in as I speak with Peter and Alex about why it’s probably a good thing that they don’t teach a lot about nutrition in medical school, this critically important endeavor to teach medical school students about the effectiveness of nutritional health protocols, why they decided not to do what everyone else has done in their education, how the future of medicine is going to be patient-driven (i.e. Scanadu Scout), finding balanced between “cowboy medicine” and evidence-based medicine, doctors have the best intentions for their patients but aren’t getting the best education, gaining intellectual modesty like Dr. Eric Westman has is the model for changing, the “spacing” effect on how much information is absorbed, how the Internet has changed the way we have learned about nutrition, and their targeted audience for the new effort to bring medical professionals and interested laypeople together all in one place.
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How did you like what you heard from Peter Wei and Alex Chamessian regarding their thoughts on the state of modern medicine? Tell us what came to mind while listening in the show notes section of Episode 727. Get your own copy of Learning Medicine: An Evidence-Based Guide and learn more about their new effort to connect with their fellow medical school students who are also supporters of a low-carb/Paleo/primal diet at AncestralMed.org. Coming up next week, we’ll have three more outstanding podcasts to share with you. On Monday, we’ll welcome back an amazing Paleo couple named Charles & Julie Mayfield from the “Paleo Comfort Foods” web site who are back with a brand new recipe book entitled Quick & Easy Paleo Comfort Foods: 100+ Delicious Gluten-Free Recipes, on Tuesday we welcome in a Certified Health Coach and fitness blogger named Madelyn Moon from “Moon Fitness”, and on Wednesday we’ll have the SCD Lifestyle (Specific Carbohydrate Diet) guys Jordan Reasoner and Steve Wright to talk about the “perfect poop” and more! It’s yet another fabulous week of podcasting to share with you.
We’ve got an awesome show for you this Thursday night beginning at 7PM ET for Episode 46 of “Ask The Low-Carb Experts” addressing the issue “Functional Fitness Medicine.” One of the major flaws in the way traditional medicine is practiced these days is this over-obsession on treating symptoms and lab panels rather than getting to the heart of what is causing chronic disease in the first place. Rather than seeking out preventative modalities that include nutrition, fitness and lifestyle changes, many doctors are opting for pharmaceutical and surgical answers first without ever giving a second thought to alternative treatment options. Thankfully, there is a ever-growing number of medical professionals who are bucking that system by zeroing in on what just plain works for their patients. That’s exactly what this week’s guest expert has done and the lives of his patients are being changed on a daily basis as a result. He is a Utah-based Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation specialist named Dr. Jacob Egbert, DO from “PrimalRx” and the “Primal Mountain Strength and Conditioning” gym. Dr. Egbert has seen firsthand how debilitating physical weakness is for most people and is committed to improving their functional fitness level to coincide with a rock-solid Paleo nutritional plan. Here’s your chance to speak directly with the expert to ask YOUR questions. Start getting me your questions on this topic NOW by e-mailing them to AskTheLowCarbExperts@gmail.com no later than 3PM ET this Thursday. You can also ask your question LIVE on my show by calling (712) 432-0900 or Skype the show for FREE by calling the username freeconferencing.7124320900. Whether you call or Skype, be sure to use the access code 848908. Listen LIVE and leave us a review at iTunes if you like what you hear. This is golden opportunity to interact with the best nutritional health experts in the world, so don’t be bashful. We look forward to sharing this brand new episode of “Ask The Low-Carb Experts” with you later this week.
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