Meet Your Host

Low Carb Conversations is a health and wellness podcast that runs a format unlike any other that you have heard before. The podcast airs weekly on a Monday in the US and focuses each episode on taking a critical look at the latest health news headlines.

The format of the shows features personal commentary from the host and the episode’ s guest(s) who are hand selected from all facets of the low carb community, including Paleo, Keto and Nutritional Therapy Practitioners among others. These special guest experts, or ‘friends’ as we like to refer to them on air, facilitate what is a robust and diverse panel of opinions that share thought provoking insights and analysis through a healthy low carb/healthy fat living lens. Low Carb Conversations is the podcast that helps its audience look objectively at the news they are bombarded by, of which the aim of the podcast is to reduce overwhelm and confusion that exists when trying to understand what to eat and live a healthful life.

Let’s meet the Host of the show:

Leah Williamson

Leah Williamson, Co-Host of Low-Carb Conversations

Your host, Leah Williamson, is a Nutritional Therapy Practitioner (NTP), Autoimmune Paleo Certified Coach, RESTART instructor, a real food advocate and the found of Brisbane Paleo Group – one of Australia’s largest Paleo communities. Leah resides in Brisbane, Australia with her husband, two children and fur baby.

All her life she has struggled with weight and health issues, digestive issues, extreme fatigue and fluctuating moods.  In her early twenties she was diagnosed with Hashimotos, an autoimmune condition and thought this would be the answer to her health issues but in fact it was not and her symptoms continued worsen.   After the birth of her son, she gained a significant amount of weight, had no energy and did not feel like herself anymore. She discovered Paleo and a real food approach to eating and went on to lose 30kg and never felt better. She started a community meetup group of like minded people following the paleo lifestyle to help support, encourage and motivate each other on their real food journey.  The group was so well received that there is now over 1000 members and similar groups being created around Australia and New Zealand.
She runs an active facebook page called Brisbane Paleo Family   to help inspire others with meal ideas for busy people.  Her philosophy is that if a busy mum with 2 children, a husband that works away, and runs a large community group can do this then she believes anyone can.  Her mission is to help people reconnect back with their kitchen.

Connect with Leah:

Facebook www.facebook.com/brisbanepaleofamily   | Instagram @nourishingconversations

On The Web www.nourishingconversations.com  | www.brisbanepaleo.com.au