94: Brian Klein And Naomi Most Examine The Biggest Calorie Mistakes People Make

94: Brian Klein And Naomi Most Examine The Biggest Calorie Mistakes People Make

Self-described “nutrition nerd” Brian Klein and cyclical ketogenic diet blogger Naomi Most join our co-hosts Dietitian Cassie and Jimmy Moore today in Episode 94 of “Low-Carb Conversations With Jimmy Moore & Friends!”


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Where else can you hear educated opinions that match what you believe about the health headlines of the day than on this podcast? If you’re like most of us in the low-carb community, it probably drives you nuts when you see a crazy headline claiming that low-carb, high-fat diets are killing you because you’re living proof that this is simply not true. In fact, it could be argued that you are a million times healthier now than you were before you started low-carb, Paleo, primal and real food living. This is why we think “Low-Carb Conversations” is so important to stay on the air to directly challenge the negative headlines and to shine a light on those headlines that are showing how this message is penetrating into our culture. If you want to see this show continue to take on the conventional wisdom of the day, then CLICK HERE to financially support the work we are doing. THANK YOU FOR YOU SUPPORT!

This is what Jimmy and Cassie talked about at the beginning:

“Brown Rice Recipes In Under 5 Minutes” by Dani Spies


“Eat Fats, Cut Carbs to Reclaim Your Skinny Self”
“Pat Robertson: Low-carb diets violate God’s principles”

Jimmy and Dietitian Cassie are so thrilled to welcome two amazing guest friends on the show today, including a Minneapolis, MN-based musician, tech geek, and nutrition nerd named Brian Klein as well as cyclical ketogenic diet expert and post-pregnancy fitness advocate Naomi Most from the “Postpartum Punk” blog. Tune in to hear informed thoughts and ideas from our fabulous foursome as they take on some interesting health headlines, including the shocking truth about the so-called “healthy” Nutella product, the biggest calorie mistakes people make, an open letter to a fast food chain about ignoring the low-carb consumer, the freaky scientific experiment being done to our processed food supply, some nutritional truths being shared by the Harvard School of Public Health, a family doctor tells us exactly what we should be eating for optimal health, biochemistry professor Dr. Richard Feinman’s thought-provoking column entitled “Health Risks of Low Carbohydrate Diets,” and so much more! You know what to do by now–pull up a chair, grab a cup of coffee and let’s talk!


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Register to attend Sean Croxton’s “Real Food Con” starting on Sunday
Brian Klein on Twitter
Naomi Most at the “Postpartum Punk” blog
One Serving of Nutella has as much sugar as Five Oreos
9 Low Calorie Mistakes You’re Probably Making
My Open Letter to a Fast Food Joint
Why Doritos Are so Darned Addictive
From Harvard School of Public Health: Fats and Cholesterol: Out with the bad, In with the good
What the Heck Should I Eat?
Health Risks of Low Carbohydrate Diets

  • Jack Yee

    Great video on Jimmy’s life. Very moving and inspiring.

    Must see for all Jimmy Moore lovers.


    • LLVLCBlog

      THANKS buddy!

  • Jack Yee

    You’re welcome!

    What am I going to do now that the world best health podcast is on vacation for 2 months? Counting the days to episode #97.

    In the meantime, I wishing you two a great and restful time off.


    • LLVLCBlog

      THANK YOU Jack! Gotta get Keto Clarity written and ready to release next summer.

  • Jack Yee

    More lives to save when that book comes out!

    When’s the audio version of C.C ready? I still want to be the first person to purchase it, plus it will make a fantastic Xmas presents for my lazy ass first that don’t like to read. LOL!

    • LLVLCBlog

      LOL! I’m waiting to get the final manuscript back from my publisher and will start reading soon. Hope to have it out by the end of the year.

  • Jack Yee

    Great and thanks!

  • MarkBousquet

    Engineering food is not “weird”. It’s profitable. But we all know the personal costs of consuming those engineered foods, don’t we?

  • Kristy Powell

    Nutella makes me angry! I am an RD too. When my clients ask about Since Nutella reminds me of chocolate frosting, I once researched the nutrition info on each. Nutritionally, they are remarkably comparable. Thank you Cassie. Nutella is NOT similar to peanut butter or any other nut butter!