14: Danna Seevers And Kathyne Jackson Discuss New High-Fat, Low-Carb Heart Health Study

14: Danna Seevers And Kathyne Jackson Discuss New High-Fat, Low-Carb Heart Health Study

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Danna Seevers and Kathyne Jackson are here to chew the fat with Jimmy and Mindy this week. These two ladies chime in on that new study showing a high-fat, low-carb diet isn’t so bad for heart health after all, some really fabulous recipes for you to enjoy on your low-carb lifestyle, and whether we should be counting sugar alcohols in our carb counts or not. Enjoy spending some time on the Virtual Porch where every week we have Low-Carb Conversations With Jimmy Moore And Friends!

LINKS MENTIONED IN EPISODE 14
– Support our sponsor: Low-Carb LifeShotz
Danna Seevers blog
Kathyne Jackson’s web site
Dear Diary: What My Doctor Never Told Me About Dieting
New York Times column “Eating Fat, Staying Lean” on new study of high-fat, low-carb diets not being a culprit in heart disease

Dana Seevers sent these food ideas and a recipe along:

“My latest favorite low carb trick is to pour coconut milk over frozen blueberries and then stir peanut butter into it. I know that sounds gross, but it is amazingly delicious, satisfying and FAST. A small amount can be a snack or more makes a perfect breakfast or lunch!”

“Also, when we entertain and I feel pressure to provide some sort of bread or cracker, I use the Spicy Herbed Cheese Crackers from the SCD (Specific Carbohydrate Diet) cookbook by Raman Prasad (p.40). They can be served with a steak dinner in place of rolls or used as an appetizer with a dip. They are the bomb and people rave! (As you can see, I’m still “Paleo, plus dairy!)”
Crackers:

5 oz. shredded cheddar

1 cup almond flour

¼ cup olive oil

3 T water

½ t. salt

1/8 t. dried dill flakes

3 cloves garlic (peeled and minced)

Herb Mix:

1 ¼ t. dried oregano

1 ¼ t. dried dill

1 t. salt

Preheat oven to 350. Grease a baking tray (I use parchment paper). The mixture should form a moist but firm dough. To make the herb mix, combine the ingredients in a small bowl. Make small dough balls, roll them in the herb mix, and flatten on the greased baking tray at even intervals. (I also sprinkle more shredded cheese on top)

Bake 15-20 minutes until crackers are golden brown. Yield 30-35 crackers, depending on size.

Can be served with a dip. Our favorite is cream cheese with garlic, salt and dill stirred in!

Danna Seevers

My New Health Blog: www.goodlifenaturals.blogspot.com

Family blog: www.seevers.blogspot.com

  • Gayle

    Great show as always! Looking for the recipe for Ms. Seevers’ crackers mentioned at the end. Thank you!

    • It’s in the show notes above! Thanks for listening.

  • Jill

    Thank you Danna, Kathyne and Jimmy. I am not keen on medical tests involving radiation. I haven’t had trouble giving up sweet foods. I replace them with delicious savoury recipes. Cream is wonderful in coffee. I don’t beel deprived because my diet is more delicious than the average Australian diet. Carrots taste sweeter these days. It is past my breakfast time. Take care. Jill