97: Juli Bauer And Julia Colling Scrutinize 4 Reasons You Shouldn’t Go Low-Carb

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Paleo blogger and author Juli Bauer and Minneapolis-based RD-in-training Julia Colling join our host Dietitian Cassie along with guest co-host and fellow registered dietitian Laura Schoenfeld today in Episode 97 of “Low-Carb Conversations With Jimmy Moore & Friends!”

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It’s been over three months since our last episode of “Low-Carb Conversations” and we’ve so missed being here with you discussing and dissecting all the latest health headlines. Jimmy Moore is away writing his next book coming on August 5, 2014 entitled Keto Clarity: Unleash The Health Benefits Of The Low-Carb, High-Fat Diet that is sure to follow in the bestselling footsteps of his 2013 release Cholesterol Clarity: What The HDL Is Wrong With My Numbers? (the audiobook version will be available within the next few weeks). Just as we did while Jimmy was away last year with his book, we’ll be featuring some guest co-hosts filling the chair with Dietitian Cassie over the next few months (except for our epic Episode 100 that you won’t want to miss coming up on Friday, February 28, 2014–MORE DETAILS ON THAT SOON!).

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With Jimmy away, Cassie invited on one of her fellow RDs to join her in today’s episode in the amazing Laura Schoenfeld from the “Ancestralize Me” blog and a staff nutritionist at ChrisKresser.com. She and Cassie chatted about this blog post from Laura explaining the flaws in that U.S. News & World Report ranking of diets that released last month as well as a SheKnows news story that quoted Cassie responding to what U.S. News considers a “healthy” diet. When you get two real food RDs this riled up, it must be an important topic of discussion!

Cassie and Laura are joined by two incredible guest friends in Juli Bauer from the “PaleOMG” blog and author of the cookbook OMG. That’s Paleo? and real food RD-to-be Julia Colling. This fabulous female foursome had a great time sharing their opinions about some recent health headlines, including four reasons why you shouldn’t go on a low-carb diet, more commentary on the U.S. News & World Report 2014 diet rankings, the critical role saturated fat should play within the context of a healthy diet, the World Health Organization (WHO) deciding to pull back the curtain on the health impact of sugar, seven practical ways to begin reducing the amount of carbohydrate in your diet, and so much more! Plus, everyone’s favorite segment with delicious new low-carb recipes is back at the end of today’s show. I know it’s been a while, but you know what to do–pull up a chair, grab a cup of coffee and let’s talk about it!

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Juli Bauer from the “PaleOMG” blog
– Juli’s cookbook OMG. That’s Paleo?
Juli on Twitter
Juli on Facebook
Julia Colling on Twitter
4 Reasons You Shouldn’t Follow A Low-Carb Diet
US News 2014 Diet Rankings
Saturated Fats Role (or Non role) in the New Year’s Diet Resolution
The World Health Organization has taken a tough stand on Sugar. It’s about time we listened
A Beginner’s Guide To Cutting Carbs: 7 Realistic Tips To Get You Started

  • Jack Yee

    Glad you are back! Missed this show so much!

    • http://dietitiancassie.com/ Dietitian Cassie

      Aww thanks Jack! We missed it too and are SO glad to be back! :)

  • Jack Yee

    Not as glad as I am! LOL!
    #98 rocked. Looking forward to listening to #99 today!