Certified Nutrition Consultant using Paleo/ketogenic diets Susan McCauley and ketogenic Paleo runner Dane DeValcourt join our hosts Jimmy Moore and Dietitian Cassie today in Episode 125 of “Low-Carb Conversations With Jimmy Moore & Friends!”
These are exciting times for those of us who believe in the healthy low-carb lifestyle. The year 2014 has been a banner one for the message of consuming healthy fats, including saturated fats, limiting carbohydrate consumption as a means for optimizing health, and the rise in popularity in the research realm to much more closely examine the use of ketogenic diets in various chronic diseases. We’ve been chronicling all of these changes here on this podcast providing you with weekly updates on all that’s happening in the wonderful world of health. It remains our passionate desire to give you quality news and views from some of the leading voices in the Paleo and low-carb community each and every Friday, so won’t you join us in keeping this mission alive and well? CLICK HERE and make a donation to this listener-supported podcast so we can continue to do this for many more years to come. THANK YOU FOR YOUR SUPPORT!
Coke Confronts Its Big Fat Problem
In today’s episode, our co-hosts Jimmy Moore and Dietitian Cassie are joined by two truly amazing guest friends who actually both found Paleo through the Whole30 in a San Francisco Bay Area Certified Nutrition Consultant with a fascinating story of overcoming alcohol and smoking addiction named Susan McCauley at “Evolve Nutrition” and an amateur triathlete who was diagnosed with a debilitating condition called “Glycogen Storage Disease Type V” (also known as McArdle’s Disease) and discovered the amazing health benefits that come from eating a ketogenic Paleo diet named Dane DeValcourt (Dane’s story is featured in Jimmy’s new book Keto Clarity). Listen in to hear Jimmy, Cassie, Susan, and Dane give their thoughts about that new low-carb vs. low-fat diet study funded by the National Institutes of Health that published this week, why there is danger to your health when you don’t consume ENOUGH salt in your diet, the desperation by companies like Coca-Cola to revive their brand that has been built on sugary sodas, another vascular surgeon coming out in opposition to statin medications, an op-ed from a frustrated chef who doesn’t think customers should be making so many menu substitutions without a disease requiring it, a registered dietitian (and it’s not Cassie!) sharing why saturated fats and cholesterol are not harmful to consume, and why school districts are making the decision to drop the new federal “healthy” school lunch guidelines because they’re just not working. Plus, don’t miss Susan’s amazingly ketogenic-friendly Rosemary Thyme Butter recipe and Dane’s high-fat tip at the end of the show. It’s time to pull up a chair, grab a cup of coffee and let’s talk!
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– Susan McCauley at “Evolve Nutrition”
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– Dane DeValcourt
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– SECRET HEADLINE: NIH-Funded RCT Study Finds Low-Carb Tops Low-Fat For Weight Loss, Heart Health
– Low-Salt Diets May Pose Health Risks, Study Finds
– Coke Confronts It’s Big Fat Problem
– Ten ways to change your diet after stopping statins
– Menu Substitution Is a Sign of Bad Manners
– HEALTH: SATURATED FATS, CHOLESTEROL ARE NOT EVIL
– District drops federal lunch program
– Susan’s Rosemary Thyme Butter recipe