155: Mike & Deanna Mutzel Get Their Nerd On Talking Gluten, Fat, And Sugar

155: Mike & Deanna Mutzel Get Their Nerd On Talking Gluten, Fat, And Sugar

Nutritional health, functional medicine expert, and author Mike Mutzel and his chiropractor and real food enthusiast wife Deanna Mutzel join our hosts Jimmy Moore and Dietitian Cassie today in Episode 155 of “Low-Carb Conversations With Jimmy Moore, Dietitian Cassie & Friends!”

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After taking last week off for the 4th of July holiday weekend, Jimmy and Cassie are back today with another fabulous excursion through the latest health headlines with two more incredible guest friends. Even when they’re away, our cohosts are constantly scouring the Internet to find the latest and greatest information making news in health. We always try to stay on top of what’s happening and bring it to you with educated opinions each and every Friday. If you like what you hear, then CLICK HERE to make a donation of any amount to give financially towards this listener-supported podcast. THANK YOU FOR YOUR SUPPORT!

KRISPY KREME SELLING A DOZEN DONUTS FOR 78 CENTS

Krispy Kreme Celebrating Birthday Selling Dozen Donuts For 78 Cents
In today’s episode, our co-hosts Jimmy Moore and Dietitian Cassie are joined by nutritional health and functional medicine expert Mike Mutzel from “High Intensity Health”, author of the new book Belly Fat Effect: The Real Secret About How Your Diet, Intestinal Health, and Gut Bacteria Help You Burn Fat and health podcaster at “High Intensity Health Radio with Mike Mutzel” on iTunes as well as Mike’s chiropractor and real food enthusiast wife Deanna Mutzel. Listen to Jimmy and Cassie banter at the beginning about Cassie spending time with world-traveling LCHF nutritional health expert Emily Maguire from “Low Carb Genesis” this past week in Minnesota and Krispy Kreme Celebrating Its Birthday By Selling A Dozen Donuts For 78 Cents today in case you noticed there were a lot more donuts in the break room at work today.

IS THE LOW-FAT DIET FINALLY COMING TO A MERCIFUL END?

2015 US Dietary Guidelines: Lifting the Ban on Total Dietary Fat

Listen in as Jimmy, Cassie, Mike, and Deanna express themselves about the latest health headlines, including an op-ed denying the problem with gluten in our diet (Cassie’s new word “sensitivitive” talking about gluten), a new proposal by Dr. Dariush Mozaffarian and Dr. David Ludwig proposing lifting the ban on total dietary fat in the 2015 Dietary Guidelines for Americans, the ramifications of the FDA calling for the removal of trans fat in food within the next three years, new proposed sugar listing changes on nutrition labels in Canada, General Mills deciding to remove fake colors and flavors from their cereals, a case study of how a 19-year old Type 1 diabetic restored his beta cell function with a Paleo-styled ketogenic diet, and the powerful benefits to brain health of taking regular nature walks. And don’t forget to stick around for nutrition tips at the end of the show. So pull up a chair, grab a cup of coffee and let’s talk!

DEANNA LOVES PUTTING A DOLLOP OF COCONUT OIL IN HER COFFEE

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Mike Mutzel from “High Intensity Health”
Belly Fat Effect: The Real Secret About How Your Diet, Intestinal Health, and Gut Bacteria Help You Burn Fat
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Deanna Mutzel on Instagram
– SECRET HEALTH HEADLINE: The Myth of Big, Bad Gluten
JAMA: The 2015 US Dietary Guidelines: Lifting the Ban on Total Dietary Fat
FDA orders food manufacturers to stop using trans fat within three years
Proposed new nutrition labels would offer more info on sugar
General Mills cereal to drop artificial colors, flavors
Type 1 diabetes mellitus successfully managed with the paleolithic ketogenic diet
New research suggests nature walks are good for your brain

  • Nicole

    Enjoyed the show! I read the case study about the type 1 diabetic. You guys mentioned how they determined if whether the diet was truly ketogenic vs. low carb. vs very low carb. Here is a description of the diet from the text:

    In his diet, red and
    fat meats dominated over lean meats. He was eating
    vegetables in insignificant amounts. His diet had a
    ketogenic ratio (fat : protein + carbohydrate) of at least
    2:1. No oil of plant origin or artificial sweeteners were
    allowed. The patient was under our close control and
    reported daily food records and blood glucose levels.

    Seems kept to me!
    I also suspected the honeymoon phase since he was newly diagnosed. The authors addressed this in the text as well. I love hearing stories about diabetics, especially type 1, who successfully get off meds on a keto diet. So many diabetics think they HAVE to eat carbs..but the only reason they have to is because they are taking exogenous insulin that will drop their blood sugar dangerously low if they don’t eat carbs. It’s a viscous cycle that is completely unnecessary and ultimately harmful.