157: Kinsey Jackson And Elizabeth Benton Question Why A Dietitian Is Promoting Sugar

157: Kinsey Jackson And Elizabeth Benton Question Why A Dietitian Is Promoting Sugar

Functional and Integrative Nutritionist Kinsey Jackson and triple-digit weight loss success story and fat loss coach Elizabeth Benton join our hosts Jimmy Moore and Dietitian Cassie today in Episode 157 of “Low-Carb Conversations With Jimmy Moore, Dietitian Cassie & Friends!”

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It’s another great day delving deeply into the latest health headlines with news and views from great voices in the Paleo and low-carb community. We are booked up for the next several months with some truly remarkable people who we can’t wait to share with you giving their thoughts and opinions about the latest and greatest in nutrition, fitness, and health. 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!

FDA WARNS OF HEART HEALTH CONCERNS WITH PAIN RELIEVERS

FDA Strengthens Heart Risk Warnings for Common Pain Relievers
In today’s episode, our co-hosts Jimmy Moore and Dietitian Cassie are so happy to welcome in Kinsey Jackson from “Paleo Plan” and Elizabeth Benton from “Primal Potential” and the accompanying Primal Potential podcast on iTunes. Listen to Jimmy and Cassie banter at the beginning about Jimmy’s vacation last week when he lost half of his home garden along with his new July 28, 2015 book release The Ketogenic Cookbook which will be in all Costco Canada stores and in major bookstores around the world and Cassie’s upcoming new proprietary product line at RFVitamins.com.

IS A DIETITIAN SERIOUSLY PROMOTING MORE SUGAR CONSUMPTION?

Four Reasons Why You Shouldn’t Quit Sugar
Listen in as Jimmy, Cassie, Kinsey, and Elizabeth share their thoughts about the tragic deaths of several outspoken members of the alternative health community, the new FDA heart health warnings with popular over-the-counter pain relievers like Aleve and Advil, a registered dietitian who think you shouldn’t quit sugar, the letter U.S. Right To Know sent to the FDA about Coca-Cola illegally making obesity health marketing claims, the new Runner’s World column on the rise in keto-adapted athletes, how the rejection of unhealthy foods by consumers is making the food companies change, the powerful impact of healthy bacteria on mental health, and General Mills deciding to go cage-free with the eggs used in their products. And don’t you dare forget about the health tips from our special guest friends at the end. So pull up a chair, grab a cup of coffee and let’s talk!

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Kinsey Jackson from “Paleo Plan”
Elizabeth Benton from “Primal Potential”
Primal Potential podcast on iTunes
– SECRET HEALTH HEADLINE: 3 Alternative Health Doctors Found Dead In the Last 2 Weeks After Run-Ins With The Feds
FDA Strengthens Heart Risk Warnings for Common Pain Relievers
Four Reasons Why You Shouldn’t Quit Sugar
Coca Cola’s Apparently Illegal Claims That Its Artificially Sweetened Sodas Prevent or Treat Obesity
Adapting to Burn Fat as Fuel
A Powerful Consumer Reaction to Unhealthy Food Is Changing an Industry
Prozac In The Yogurt Aisle: Can ‘Good’ Bacteria Chill Us Out?
General Mills goes cage-free as better animal welfare moves mainstream

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