105: Courtney Locklear And Emily Drews Discuss If Being Paleo Is A Meat Obsession

105: Courtney Locklear And Emily Drews Discuss If Being Paleo Is A Meat Obsession

Registered dietitian and real food blogger Courtney Locklear and professional Paleo chef Emily Drews join our host Dietitian Cassie along with special guest co-host and registered dietitian Denine Rogers, RD today in Episode 105 of “Low-Carb Conversations With Jimmy Moore & Friends!”

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We’ve got another look through the latest headlines today on this listener-supported podcast that stays on the air week after week because of the generous donations of our wonderful listeners like YOU! If you’d like to join in on the fun, then simply CLICK HERE and make a donation of any amount. Your support is greatly appreciated. While Jimmy is still away writing his next book Keto Clarity, our host Dietitian Cassie is joined by her special guest co-host Denine Roger from “HEPSA Living Healthy” along with two amazing guest friends Courtney Locklear from “The Healthy Serving” and Emily Drews from “Mindful Meals Personal Chef”. Listen in as Cassie, Denine, Courtney and Emily discuss their thoughts about whether our meat obsession will lead to the end of Paleo, the World Health Organization recommending limiting sugar intake for health, the nine foods you should never eat again, the problem with antibiotics in our food supply, and how you can distinguish between the good carbs and the bad carbs. We’ve got so much to share, so pull up a chair, grab a cup of coffee and let’s talk!

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Emily Drews from “Mindful Meals Personal Chef”
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WHO-Proposed Sugar Recommendation Comes To Less Than A Soda Per Day
9 Foods You Should Never Eat Again
The Fat Drug
How To Choose Good Carbs vs. Bad Carbs

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