Ketogenic diet specialist Stephanie Person, Paleo Physician Assistant Jenna Lightfoot, and Registered, Licensed Dietitian Brianna Elliot join our host Jimmy Moore today in Episode 169 of “Low-Carb Conversations With Jimmy Moore & Friends!”
HAPPY NEW YEAR! We’ve been so excited to be back with brand new episodes of this health headlines-driven podcast for you over the past month with a special cohost contest. Our longtime and beloved cohost Dietitian Cassie has decided to move on as she has become quite busy in her Healthy Simple Life business as of late. We can’t wait to say a final goodbye to Cassie on next Friday’s podcast airing on January 8, 2016 as well as announcing the brand new cohost who will be joining Jimmy Moore moving forward. You the listeners have now whittled down the contestants to three amazingly qualified candidates to become the new cohost: ketogenic diet expert Stephanie Person at StephaniePerson.com, Arizona-based physician assistant Jenna Lightfoot from PaleofyingHealthcare.com, and Registered, Licensed Dietitian Brianna Elliot from DailyDoseDietitians.com. These three ladies were the winners of each round and are vying for your vote in today’s final round episode.
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– Stephanie Person at StephaniePerson.com
– Jenna Lightfoot from PaleofyingHealthcare.com
– Brianna Elliot from DailyDoseDietitians.com
– Secret Headline #1 for Stephanie: Forget Paleo, 5:2 and Atkins! Personalized diets based on YOUR genes ‘will be available within 5 years’
– Stephanie’s Headline to lead with all of the panelists: High Fat/Low Carb Diet Could Combat Schizophrenia, James Cook University Study
– Secret Headline #2 for Jenna: Seattle’s Swedish Hospital first in U.S. to take juice off the menu
– Jenna’s Headline to lead with all of the panelists: Anti ‘sweet tooth’ hormone discovered by scientists
– Secret Headline #3 for Brianna: If Doctors Learned To Cook, They Might Give Better Advice
– Brianna’s Headline to lead with all of the panelists: Scientists now think that being overweight can protect your health
– PLACE YOUR VOTE IN THE FINAL ROUND