182: Kathryn Kos And Jay Sinkovitz Discuss How Dietary Fat Is Making A Huge Comeback

182: Kathryn Kos And Jay Sinkovitz Discuss How Dietary Fat Is Making A Huge Comeback

Nutritional Therapy Practitioner and real food blogger Kathryn Kos and Ketogenic dieter and low-carb, high-fat advocate Jay Sinkovitz join our hosts Jimmy Moore and Jenna The Paleo PA today in Episode 182 of “Low-Carb Conversations With Jimmy Moore, Jenna The Paleo PA & Friends!”

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WOULD YOU USE A SALT-FLAVORED ELECTRIC FORK?

Japan invents electric ‘salt-flavoured fork’
In today’s episode, our hosts Jimmy Moore and Jenna Lightfoot (aka Jenna The Paleo PA) are joined by Nutritional Therapy Practitioner and real food blogger Kathryn Kos from Primal Bliss Nutrition and ketogenic dieter and low-carb, high-fat advocate Jay Sinkovitz on Facebook. Jimmy and Jenna talk at the beginning about how Jimmy almost pulled an April’s Fool joke on Jenna last week, how Netflix did a joke with John Stamos last Friday, the new Fuller House show on Netflix, and a special thanks to our listeners who have helped support the show, including Brady, WYSIWYG Cabins, Carla, Karen, Dr. Wilson, Aino, Alison, Ron, Graham, Gregory, Michael, Clive, Katia, June, and Zeph. THANK YOU THANK YOU THANK YOU! You can join the Low-Carb Conversations supporters by leaving us a donation HERE.

CAN EATING FISH RAISE A PREGNANT WOMAN’S OBESITY RISK?

In pregnancy, eating too much fish can raise a child’s obesity risk, study says
Listen in as Jimmy, Jenna, Kathryn, and Jay talk about a new electric fork that stimulates the taste of salt while eating, a new Cornell study that some people are genetically programmed to be vegetarian, another study claiming long-term vegetarian diets increase inflammation levels changing human DNA, the pros and cons of four different popular diets, how saturated fats like butter and lard are making a huge comeback, a column questioning the abundant use of statins for heart attack prevention, a new study stating that eating too much fish during pregnancy could increase their child’s obesity risk, an article pushing people to eat more bread again, and the world’s first “poop bank” for treating gut health issues. Plus, don’t miss Kathryn’s Tuna Zoodle Casserole with Smoked Paprika and Jay’s health tip at the end of the show. So pull up a chair, grab a cup of coffee, and let’s talk!

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– SECRET HEADLINE: Japan invents electric ‘salt-flavoured fork’
Cornell study finds some people may be genetically programmed to be vegetarians
Long term vegetarian diet changes human DNA raising risk of cancer and heart disease
Which diet is best for YOU? From low-fat to Mediterranean, weight-loss expert examines the pros and cons of 4 popular diets
Butter, lard, more make a big, fat comeback
Heart attacks could be reduced by rethinking the way we prescribe statins
In pregnancy, eating too much fish can raise a child’s obesity risk, study says
Bread is back on the menu and here’s why you should tuck in
Dutch open their first ‘poop bank’ to treat gut diseases
Kathryn’s Tuna Zoodle Casserole with Smoked Paprika

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