Dietitian Cassie and her fill-in co-host Kevin-Kennedy Spaien welcome guest friends Gina Reig from “Simplistic Wholistic” and Andrew Weaver of “Doughboy To Ironman” join us in Episode 73 of “Low-Carb Conversations with Jimmy Moore & Friends.”
Welcome back to the Virtual Porch today as your co-hosts Dietitian Cassie and guest co-host (still filling in for Jimmy Moore while he’s writing his book) Kevin Kennedy-Spaien have an awesome conversation with Gina and Andrew about Dr. Oz being up to his usual wacky tricks again, the wisdom (or lack thereof) of adding sugar to your kid’s veggies, the story of a Coca-Cola-induced mortality, the American Heart Association’s refusal to budge on their position regarding dietary fat, taking on the biggest lies told by mainstream nutrition “experts,” the importance of good gut health and a discussion of columns written by Gina and Andrew. Plus, as always we’ve got a super recipe for you at the end of the show featuring a fantastic egg-based dish you’re sure to love! So pull up a chair, grab a cup of coffee and LET’S TALK!
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- Andrew Weaver’s “Doughboy To Ironman”
- Gina Reig’s “Simplistic Wholistic”
- Dr. Oz is up to his old tricks
- How Spraying Vegetables with a “sugar-mist” could help children to eat their greens
- Woman Drank Herself to Death With 2-Gallon-A-Day Coca-Cola Habit
- No change in AHA recommendations on saturated or polyunsaturated fat
- Top 11 Biggest Lies of Mainstream Nutrition
- Is Your Digestive System Making You Sick? (Dr. Mark Hyman)
- Why I Don’t Fret About Burning those Extra Holiday Calories (Written by Gina!)
- Bart Simpson, Coca Cola and the American Heart Association (An Article written by Andrew!)
Gina Reig’s Creative Curry Clafouti
(As we discussed during the show, it is pronounced “cla-FOO-tie,” and it’s kind of like a quiche. It keeps well and is super yummy!)
• 6 eggs
• 6 tablespoons melted grass-fed butter/ghee/coconut oil cooled to room temp. + 1 pat for greasing pan
• 3/4 cup coconut milk
• 4 cups cooked, chopped chicken (optional) You can sub any cooked meat and/or greens, onions, etc.
• 2 tablespoons curry spice, or to taste
• Sea Salt & Pepper to taste
• Preheat oven to 400° F.
• Butter a 10” round or 13×9” baking dish
• Whisk together eggs, fat & coconut milk until frothy.
• Mix in chicken or other meats/veggies and spices and pour into baking dish.
• Bake about 45 minutes or until top is golden brown and puffy.
“BE CREATIVE WITH THIS! YOU COULD USE HERBS INSTEAD OF SPICES. THE EGGS, COCONUT MILK, SEA SALT AND FAT ARE THE NEEDED COMPONENTS. FROM THERE, YOU CAN BE SUPER CREATIVE!”