130: Gerard Pinzone Comments On Impact Of South Park’s ‘Gluten Free Ebola’ Episode

130: Gerard Pinzone Comments On Impact Of South Park’s ‘Gluten Free Ebola’ Episode

Engineer and low-carb ice cream recipe blogger Gerard Pinzone join our hosts Jimmy Moore and Dietitian Cassie today in Episode 130 of “Low-Carb Conversations With Jimmy Moore, Dietitian Cassie & Friends!”

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South Park Season 18 Episode 2: “Gluten Free Ebola!”
In today’s episode, our co-hosts Jimmy Moore and Dietitian Cassie are joined by someone who is such a great gabber that he could handle being our only guest friend in an engineer from New York named Gerard Pinzone from “The not-so-dangerous adventures of an autodidact” blog where you will find low-carb ice cream recipes galore. Listen in to hear Jimmy, Cassie, and Gerard discuss why Washington state is forcing skim milk on people receiving government assistance, a so-called “study” showing that whole grains fight insulin resistance, new research on mice that claim artificial sweeteners raise blood sugar levels, the low-carb, high-fat message on full display in a recent episode of South Park, why the FDA has no clue whether our food is safe despite their “generally recognized as safe” (GRAS) designation, a decent article from Harvard Health regarding various myths about heart disease, and why the common perception that Whole Foods is too expensive may not necessarily be true anymore. Plus, don’t miss Gerard’s EXCLUSIVE low-carb ice cream recipe (he will be sharing on his blog soon) and Cassie’s fat bombs recipe from Keto Clarity at the end of the show. So pull up a chair, grab a cup of coffee and let’s talk about it!

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LINKS MENTIONED IN EPISODE 130
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Gerard Pinzone at “The not-so-dangerous adventures of an autodidact”
Gerard on TWitter
– SECRET HEADLINE: No more 2% milk for Wash. moms on assistance
Whole Grains Help Fight Insulin Resistance
Research Shows Zero-Calorie Sweeteners Can Raise Blood Sugar
‘South Park’ recap: Buttery fat for everyone!
– WATCH: South Park–“Gluten Free Ebola”
The FDA Doesn’t Really Know If Our Food Is Safe
5 myths about heart disease
Forget ‘Whole Paycheck’—This Grocery Chain Now Beats Many Competitors’ Prices

  • Benjamin Pack

    For the Keto bombs, Any particular reason for using unsalted vs salted butter? Is it taste or is there a health reason?

    • LLVLCBlog

      Taste only.

    • Jimmy is right. I recommend using unsalted butter purely for taste, so if you like salted then go for it! No need to fear salt 🙂