190: Suzanne Ryan And Sarah Fragoso On The Failure Of Eating In Moderation

190: Suzanne Ryan And Sarah Fragoso On The Failure Of Eating In Moderation

Triple-digit ketogenic weight loss success story and health blogger Suzanne Ryan and bestselling author, podcaster, and health blogger Sarah Fragoso join our hosts Jimmy Moore and Jenna The Paleo PA today in Episode 190 of “Low-Carb Conversations With Jimmy Moore, Jenna The Paleo PA & Friends!”

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WHAT? MARS MOVES TO REMOVE M&M’S FROM MCFLURRY

Mars Weighs Pulling Iconic Candies From ‘Too Sugary’ McFlurrys, Blizzards
In today’s episode, our hosts Jimmy Moore and Jenna Lightfoot (aka Jenna The Paleo PA) are joined by a triple-digit ketogenic weight loss success story and health blogger named Suzanne Ryan at KetoKarma.com and bestselling author, podcaster, and health blogger Sarah Fragoso at SarahFragoso.com who has a brand new podcast called Better Everyday Podcast with Sarah Fragoso and Dr. Brooke on iTunes. Jimmy and Jenna talk at the beginning about Jimmy’s sinus infection that impacted the quality of his voice in today’s episode, the value of weighing the decision to take antibiotics or not, and a great news story feature billionaire Bill Gates recommending poor people keep chickens to improve their life.

WOULD YOU EAT 2,000-YEAR OLD BUTTER FOUND IN IRELAND?

Ancient, still-edible chunk of butter unearthed in Irish bog
Listen in as Jimmy, Jenna, Suzanne, and Sarah share their thoughts on the Mars company’s shocking decision to pull M&M’s from the McDonald’s McFlurry and Dairy Queen Blizzard because they’re too sugary, a new study claiming whole grains leads to a longer life, a doctor who says low-fat diets and exercise are futile for weight loss, the shame of a former Biggest Loser winner who has gained back her weight, why eating in moderation is a failed nutritional concept, the controversial new obesity report promoting more fat consumption in the UK causing an uproar, and 2,000-year old bog of butter uncovered in Ireland. Plus, don’t miss Suzanne’s Keto Twice Baked Cauliflower Casserole recipe and Sarah’s recommendation to make your own bone broth at the end of the show. Now you know what to do–pull up a chair, grab a cup of coffee, and let’s talk!

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Suzanne Ryan at KetoKarma.com
Suzanne on YouTube
Sarah Fragoso at SarahFragoso.com
Better Everyday Podcast with Sarah Fragoso and Dr. Brooke on iTunes
Keep CHICKENS if you want a better life, billionaire Bill Gates tells poor people
– SECRET HEADLINE: Mars Weighs Pulling Iconic Candies From ‘Too Sugary’ McFlurrys, Blizzards
Read the National Obesity Forum report from the Public Health Collaboration that’s been making waves in the UK
Whole grain intake tied to longer, healthier life
Low-fat diets and exercise are pointless for losing weight, warns surgical expert
‘I feel embarrassed’: A ‘Biggest Loser’ winner confesses her weight-gain shame
“A Little Bite Won’t Hurt”: The Failure of Moderation
– Read Sarah’s related blog post: Eat Food That Doesn’t Hurt – And That’s Just The Beginning
Obesity campaign in crisis: Four outraged board members resign over controversial report advising us to eat MORE fat
Ancient, still-edible chunk of butter unearthed in Irish bog
Suzanne’s Keto Twice Baked Cauliflower Casserole recipe

  • A.J. Hulsey

    It is still up to the consumer on what they “consume”. I think the key is continued education on the harmful effects of sugar.

    • LLVLCBlog

      TOTALLY agree, A.J.!