37: Dan Pardi And Christine Moore Debate Whether To Eat A Caveman Diet Or Not

37: Dan Pardi And Christine Moore Debate Whether To Eat A Caveman Diet Or Not

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Our hosts Jimmy Moore and Mindy Noxon Iannotti share a fabulous conversation with friends Dan Pardi and Jimmy’s wife Christine Moore in Episode 37 of Low-Carb Conversations with Jimmy Moore & Friends! Listen in as they talk about a column discouraging people from eating a Paleo-styled “caveman” diet and a thought-provoking piece on whether the Paleo diet is actually healthy or not. The special surprise appearance by Christine who adds her own unique contributions as well as Dan from “Dan’s Plan” chiming in on the great work he is doing (including sharing some amazing low-carb recipes) makes this an episode you won’t want to miss. So pull up a chair, grab a cup of coffee and let’s talk about it on the Virtual Porch in the wonderful world of livin’ la vida low-carb!

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Paleo Buffalo Burgers by Daniel Pardi


2 lbs ground organic buffalo meat
1 diced medium red onion
4 crushed cloves garlic
2 organic eggs
1/2 cup flax meal
1/4 cup minced fresh parsley
salt & pepper to taste
2 tbsp coconut oil (refined or unrefined)

1 head of red or green leaf lettuce
1 thinly sliced avocado
1 thinly sliced tomato
homemade mayo (from coconut oil and olive oil), mustard & ketchup


Combine buffalo meat, onion, garlic, eggs, flax meal, parsley and salt
& pepper and knead together until well mixed.
Scoop about 1/2 cup of the mixture at a time and form 8 – 10 patties.
In a skillet melt coconut oil. When hot, lay patties in and cook for
about 5 minutes before flipping and cook for another 5 minutes on the
other side.
Remove and serve patties sandwiched between lettuce leaves. Add
avocado, tomato and condiments to taste.

Serves 6 – 8

Alternatively, this prepared buffalo meat mixture can be made into
meatballs, fried in a skillet, and served over roasted spaghetti
squash and tomato sauce.

  • Jill4535

    Great conversation. Thanks everyone. I read The Sunlight Solution, why more sun exposure and Vitamin D are essential to your health by Laurie Winn Carlson, a while ago. Groups of mice were raised under different lights. I remember the group that lived the longest was the one kept in natural light. Very interesting book.

    • Anonymous

      I’ll have to check it out sometime Jill! THANK YOU for listening!

  • Ignatius Reilly

    If you folks are so happy with LC – and if, ahem, it’s WORKING for you – then why go so far out of your way to trash vegetarians (most of whom arguably to look a lot better than your average LCer).

    • Anonymous

      It’s much less about outward appearances and more about health Ignatius. And on that count, vegetarians can’t hold a candle to the Paleo low-carb lifestyle.

  • Mesmomd

    Jimmy I wondered if you have your chicken recipe posted for the breaded chicken that Christine was saying was delicious on this podcast?
    Thanks, Mickey

    • Anonymous

      Dip the chicken in egg wash, then almond flour, and finally into coconut oil in a pan. ENJOY!