33: Hunter Copeland and Gary Drisdelle Address Whether Obesity Should Be Treated As A Disease

33: Hunter Copeland and Gary Drisdelle Address Whether Obesity Should Be Treated As A Disease

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Today Hunter Copeland and Gary Drisdelle join Jimmy and Mindy on the Virtual Porch to discuss whether obesity should be treated as a disease and a controversial judicial ruling about the right to raise your own food. It’s another great episode, so pull up a chair, grab a cup of coffee and let’s get ready to talk about it on Low-Carb Conversations with Jimmy Moore & Friends! 

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Tortilla Wrap (Without the Tortilla!) by Gary Drisdelle
One large head of leaf lettuce or romaine lettuce
1 cup of Shredded organic cheese
1 ea Diced red and yellow peppers
1 Diced cucumbers
4 Shredded carrots
1/4 Diced red cabbage
One large lightly fried onions
2 Sliced Avocados
Medium size jar of organic salsa sauce
Small tub of organic sour cream
6 Scrambled eggs
Pre wash and dry the lettuce
Lay out all ingredients in separate dishes on table each with own spoon
Pile leafs of washed lettuce on separate plate
That’s it.
About 8 servings
Kids love this! You can go wild with this and add just about anything. If you are vegetarian, add more veggies and make a guacamole as an additional binder.

Tossed Spice Chicken Thighs by Hunter Copeland

I’m  in favor of folks eating more fish as well as red meats, but this is an easy chicken recipe that my family seemed to like and I thought I would share.

1 pound of chicken thighs (works w/ chicken legs)
dried rosemary
sea salt
black pepper
garlic powder
melted butter or coconut oil
Preparation: Preheat your oven to 375 degrees. Pat the chicken legs dry. Brush with either melted butter or coconut oil and sprinkle with each spice. You may vary them depending on your taste preferences.  We have tried it with different spices and diffeent amounts.  It is good regardless. Sage and rosemary work well.  Bake the chicken in a shallow baking dish and when you notice liquid flowing from it, baste the droppings back over the top of the chicken.  Also,this recipes isn’t as good with breast meat.  Use the fattier chicken parts -thighs or legs. http://www.huntingforhealth.com/2011/05/tossed-spice-chicken-thighs.html

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