121: Kelsey Albers And Alice Russell Question Whether Taco Bell Went Paleo

121: Kelsey Albers And Alice Russell Question Whether Taco Bell Went Paleo

Holistic health coach Kelsey Albers and ketogenic diet success story Alice Russell join our hosts Jimmy Moore and Dietitian Cassie today in Episode 121 of “Low-Carb Conversations With Jimmy Moore & Friends!”

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In today’s episode, our co-hosts Jimmy Moore and Dietitian Cassie are joined by holistic health coach Kelsey Albers from “Ignite Nourish Thrive” and a ketogenic diet success story Alice Palmer Russell both featured in Jimmy’s new book Keto Clarity. Listen in to hear Jimmy, Cassie, Kelsey, and Alice sound off on the latest health headlines, including a recent Gallup poll on what Americans really think about fat and carbs, whether Taco Bell has shifted their menu items to be more Paleo-friendly or not, a silly column about a silly interpretation of a recent brain health study, a new eye test that spots for Alzheimer’s Disease early, the delusion kids have of not realizing they are obese or overweight, the horrible effects that come from sleep deprivation, and a woman who actually misses some aspects of weighing over 300 pounds. Don’t miss the recipe and cooking tips at the end. So pull up a chair, grab a cup of coffee and let’s talk!


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Kelsey Albers from “Ignite Nourish Thrive”
Alice Palmer Russell on Facebook
– SECRET HEADLINE: Americans Still Avoid Fat More Than Carbs
The same Gallup poll from 2012
Taco Bell New Menu Ups the Protein and Goes Paleo
Anyone Silly Enough to Think Fat Is Good for You Needs to See This Brain Study
Eye Test Could Spot Early Alzheimer’s Disease
Many Kids who are obese and overweight don’t know it
25 Horrible Things that Happen if you don’t get enough sleep
5 Things I miss about weighing more than 300 pounds


  • junkgrl

    Once a week I work late and that’s when I pick up the nearest to healthy food in my SMALL town. I will certainly add the Taco Bell Power bowl because, heck, once a week won’t hurt and I top most of my fast food salads with a good sour cream. A teaspoon of corn? A teaspoon of beans? A quarter cup of rice? Most of us can eat that just fine. That’s what’s in those things so I applaud Taco Bell for moving somewhat in the right direction. Let’s give them a break for trying. and, frankly, it tastes pretty good. I thought you were all very condescending and just a bit self righteous, guys. Sure, if there was a Chipotle in town I would get it, but not out here in the way-out-land. To be honest, I have added some safe carbs back and I feel much better and have actually leaned out some plus sleeping better.

    But, thanks for all you guys do. Just my opinions, anyhoo.

  • This Old Housewife

    Taco Bell gone Paleo–HOW? Did they manage to get rid of the tortillas and beans?