47: Dr. Joe Leonardi And Tara Grant Dig Into The Disconnect Between Medical Care And Chronic Disease

47: Dr. Joe Leonardi And Tara Grant Dig Into The Disconnect Between Medical Care And Chronic Disease

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We’re back before we’re gone again today in Episode 47 of Low-Carb Conversations with Jimmy Moore & Friends featuring chiropractor Dr. Joe Leonardi from “Fat Then Fit Now” and Tara Grant from the “Primal Girl” blog! Jimmy enjoyed being away at the Nutrition & Metabolism Society Symposium in Denver last week, but wanted to sneak one more episode into the schedule before taking off the month of May for the Low-Carb Cruise and just some time off (five days a week of podcasting since the beginning of the year is relentless). And we’re still missing our co-host Mindy Noxon Iannotti who should be better by the time we come back with brand new episodes beginning in June. But we’ve got a great one to share with you today featuring commentary from Joe and Tara on whether high-fructose corn syrup is really bad for you or not (this isn’t a trick question), what role sugary soda plays in the obesity epidemic, an honest discussion of the disconnect between medical care and common chronic diseases, and a surprising call for cutting carbs in school lunches happening in Australia. It’s a fantastic episode with some yummy recipes (including a Cauliflower Pizza Crust from Tara) at the end. So pull up a chair, grab a cup of coffee and let’s talk.

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LINKS MENTIONED IN EPISODE 47
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Dr. Joe Leonardi’s “Fat Then Fit Now” blog
Tara Grant’s “Primal Girl” blog
“Is High Fructose Corn Syrup Really Bad for You?”
“Sugary soda increases risky fat deposits”
“The Disconnect, or why modern medical care is not effectively treating chronic disease”
“Call for kids to curb carbs with their school lunches”
Tara’s Cauliflower Pizza Crust recipe

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