146: Dr. Jen Landa And Lily Nichols Explain Why Diabetics Tend To Earn Less Money

146: Dr. Jen Landa And Lily Nichols Explain Why Diabetics Tend To Earn Less Money

OB/GYN, Preventive and Regenerative Medicine physician, and author Dr. Jen Landa and Registered Dietitian, Pilates enthusiast, and author Lily Nichols join our hosts Jimmy Moore and Dietitian Cassie today in Episode 146 of “Low-Carb Conversations With Jimmy Moore, Dietitian Cassie & Friends!”

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WOULD YOU EAT MCDONALD’S NEW ARTISAN GRILLED CHICKEN?

McDonald’s moves toward simpler ingredients
In today’s episode, our co-hosts Jimmy Moore and Dietitian Cassie are joined by two inspiring medical and nutritional health professionals who have a lot to say in an OB/GYN and Preventive and Regenerative Medicine physician named Dr. Jennifer Landa from “Endless Energy Boundless Possibilities” who has authored a book on female sexual health entitled The Sex Drive Solution for Women: Dr. Jen’s Power Plan to Fire Up Your Libido as well as a Registered Dietitian and Pilates enthusiast named Lily Nichols from “Pilates Nutritionist” who has a passion for real food nutrition sharing about it in her new book Real Food for Gestational Diabetes: An Effective Alternative to the Conventional Nutrition Approach. These two ladies have so much knowledge and experience to share about today’s health headlines.

DO YOUR FRUIT AND VEGETABLES HAVE TO BE PERFECT?

We’re throwing away tons of fruits and veggies for not being pretty enough
Listen in as Jimmy, Cassie, Jen, and Lily talk about the new version of chicken that McDonald’s will serve with simpler ingredients, why the federal government wants to start weighing kids in daycare, an elementary school student who got a letter from school stating she’s fat, why people with diabetes tend to earn less money than non-diabetics, someone who claims she needs gluten to function, an op-ed on why red meat is not the enemy in our health it is made out to be, and why millions of pounds of fruits and vegetables are removed from the food supply because they’re not pretty enough. Plus, don’t miss the nutrition tips at the end of the show! So, pull up a chair, grab a cup of coffee and let’s talk!

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LINKS MENTIONED IN EPISODE 146
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Dr. Jennifer Landa from “Endless Energy Boundless Possibilities”
– Dr. Landa’s book The Sex Drive Solution for Women: Dr. Jen’s Power Plan to Fire Up Your Libido
Lily Nichols from “Pilates Nutritionist”
– Lily’s book Real Food for Gestational Diabetes: An Effective Alternative to the Conventional Nutrition Approach
– SECRET HEADLINE: McDonald’s moves toward simpler ingredients
Feds to Weigh Children in Daycare
Parent outraged over school fitness letter
If You’re One Of The World’s 382 Million Diabetics, Your Wages May Dip
I Need Gluten! And My Body Loves It!
Red Meat Is Not the Enemy
We’re throwing away tons of fruits and veggies for not being pretty enough

  • Brian

    Hey Jimmy, I love your show and the info it has provided me. I have three heart attacks and a bypass in my past and have been low carb for three years odd and I’m sold; I’ve lost weight and stayed out of hospital since.
    You raised a great point with the superiority of grass fed meat but, as a New Zealander and ex butcher, I know this country is virtually completely fed on grass fed beef and lamb yet our heart disease rates are very bad. I think it’s the whole food package that has the most impact and if what I see in most supermarket trolleys here is anything to go by no one quality item will compensate for poor food choices in other areas.