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39 minutes | 5 years ago
Episode # 99 Dave Asprey, Biohacker, Anti Aging And Health Advocate
In this week's episode, we talk with Bulletproof biohacker Dave Asprey about a whole host of health topics. Find out how you can get your own health back on track, and what might be making that quest a whole lot harder. How can you make biohacking work for you, and start to reduce your need for conventional medicine? Take control of your own health and discover what makes your system perform at its best. Dave Asprey is the author of New York Times' bestseller 'The Bulletproof Diet: Lose up to a Pound a Day, Reclaim Energy and Focus, Upgrade Your Life'. He is also the founder of Bulletproof Coffee. We discuss how the Bulletproof system works and the difference it can make to your health. Learn more about finding foods which change your hunger hormones and your energy levels -as well as reducing inflammation. We also take a look at the effects of toxic mold in your home, and how the conditions they cause can upset a person's metabolism, energy levels and more. Have your property tested to ensure mold isn't affecting your health - see the link below for details. Further reading: Take a look at Dave Asprey's site here Visit Moldy Movie, and discover more about the ERMI test Twitter: @bulletproofexec Facebook: /asprey.net Order your copy of The Bulletproof Diet: Lose up to a Pound a Day, Reclaim Energy and Focus, Upgrade Your Life
44 minutes | 5 years ago
Episode #98 Dr. Stephan Guyenet - Neurobiology And How Your Brain Can Keep You Fat
Our guest this week is Dr. Stephan Guyenet, a respected neurobiologist, health advocate and author. We discuss the way our brain can affect our attempts at health improvement, and how we can find ourselves fighting against our own body when it comes to fat loss. Junk foods which are calorie-dense can disrupt brain processes and leave the body thinking it needs to increase fat levels. Reducing food intake on fasts and fad diets can therefore leave the body reacting to starvation. Eating healthily should make you feel good, and if you are balancing your nutrients. Adjust your food levels as you go along, and stick with the things that make you feel better. Nutritional diets need to adapt as our circumstances change - and as we get older. With hormonal changes happening when we age, estrogen levels drop in women. This makes it harder to lose fat - especially around the middle. We talk to Dr. Stephan about his work on Dan's Plan - designed to help people become aware of factors that affect health, and to make changes that will have you feeling better. Track your progress towards your goals, and be mindful of the reality of your experience. When you start to find the right levels for you, your cravings should reduce and you should start to enjoy the new foods you are eating. Find Dr. Stephan Guyenet online here Bookmark Dr. Stephan's upcoming blog here Check out Dan's Plan for more information Order Why do We Gain Fat, and How do We Lose it? here Keep an eye out for The Hungry Brain, out in 2016 If you want to win a whole host of goodies from our recent guests, just leave us a review in iTunes. We'll enter you into our prize draw.
55 minutes | 5 years ago
Episode #97 - Dr. Mark Goulston On Becoming Your Own Health Advocate
Our guest for this week's episode is Dr. Mark Goulston, a respected psychiatrist and consultant - and author of several best-selling books. We discuss those reasons why people fall off the wagon when it comes to health and fitness, and how we allow stress to knock us off course. Seeking comfort in food after a difficult encounter or event is often the downfall in many diets. Equally, feeling disheartened with daily stresses and problem people can lead to the use of breaking from goals as a reward. Dr. Mark talks about the techniques we can all use to reassess how we handle impulses, such as taking the time to reflect on choices before we act with an 8-step pause. We also discuss how to overcome obstacles thrown up by difficult people through calm negotiations and helping them to feel important and wanted. We also talk about how you need to be the advocate of your own health if you are going to get results. Don't be afraid to challenge your doctor, and make sure you know what outcome you hope for before you go to appointments - that way you can push for a positive result. Further reading from Dr. Mark Goulston Visit Dr. Mark's website here Find Dr. Mark on Twitter @MarkGoulston Order Talking to Crazy: How to Deal with the Irrational and Impossible People in Your Life Order Just Listen: Discover the Secret to Getting Through to Absolutely Anyone Order Get Out of Your Own Way: Overcoming Self-Defeating Behavior Don't forget to leave us a review in iTunes! All reviewers get entered into our prize draw, with a whole host of goodies on offer.
45 minutes | 5 years ago
Episode #96 - Laura Coe on Emotional Obesity and Emotional Fitness
In this week's episode, we're sitting down with life coach and author Laura Coe to discuss her work on 'emotional obesity' and to discover how positive, healthy thinking can turn our lives around. Getting healthy isn't just a physical process, it's a mental one as well. Laura tells us about her own journey through chronic illness and over-medication, and how changing her diet turned her health around - leaving her looking and feeling better than ever. However, when many of us do win our personal health battles, we can find that we're not actually feeling better. Our health may have improved, but we're still tied to negative choices and thinking negative thoughts. These heavy thoughts weigh us down, leading to a state of emotional obesity. Recognizing and overcoming this is the key to getting the life you want, advises Laura. Becoming emotionally fit is as hard as a physical health battle, but using affirmative exercises and focusing on your goals can unlock your potential and help you discover more about the true and authentic you. You can get yourself back on the right path and start making the changes that will give you the life you want. For more information on the topics we've discussed this week, check out the following links: Order your copy of Emotional Obesity: A Philosophical Guide To Lighten Your Life Follow Laura on Twitter: @laurascoe Read more: http://emotionalobesity.com/ Take the Emotional Weight Scale quiz for yourself and see where you're at Watch the videos at Laura's Youtube channel here Don't forget to tell us what you think of the show! Those who leave us a review in iTunes will be automatically entered into our prize draw, with a whole host of goodies to be grabbed by one lucky listener.
44 minutes | 6 years ago
Episode #95 - K.C. Pomering: G-Free Foodie And Going Gluten-Free
Food specialist, nutritionist, blogger and wellness advocate K.C. Pomering sits down with us this week to talk about her battle with celiac disease, her experiences of going gluten free and the great work she's doing with G-Free Foodie, an online recipe and advice resource. Battling for a diagnosis can be tough, so don't be afraid to challenge healthcare professionals if you feel something is wrong with your body. Through testing and elimination, you can establish which foods are causing you problems, and which you're deficient in. A diagnosis of celiac disease or other digestive issue can seem like the end of the world, but once you find the foods that work for you you'll feel much better. You may even find yourself healthier than before you got sick! There are lots of places to seek advice, help and recipes online - and G-Free Foodie is one of the best places to start. There's video tutorials, recipes and more to help make the switch to gluten-free a little less daunting. We discuss some of the food choices available and how changing your diet could also change your life and your health. For more details, check out these links: Visit G-Free Foodie to explore the site's recipes and blogs, sign up to the magazine and order tasty products Find K.C. Pomering on Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn Win great prizes with our giveaway: leave us a review in iTunes to enter!
32 minutes | 6 years ago
Episode #94 - Lindsey Jean On Tackling ADD, Diet And Medication
Guest Lindsey Jean is with us today to discuss the effects of prescription medication and diet on conditions such as ADD, and how over-medicating can be dangerous to health and cause serious complications. Is our tendency to give out pills to children putting their health at risk, and are there better ways to manage conditions that affect concentration and behavior? Lindsey tells us about her own experiences as a child with hyperactive tendencies, under-encouraged at school and at home, and written off as 'hard to handle' and 'naughty'. Used to a diet of processed food and take-outs coupled with the sedative medications prescribed by doctors, she eventually found herself with liver failure from the pills and battling excess weight from her diet. Making changes in her lifestyle one step at a time, Lindsey has been able to overcome those hurdles and get herself back to peak health. We discuss how people can be distracted from their goals and how commitment is the key. Technology can also be greatly beneficial - make sure to read up on the information available and search for answers to your own health queries. Don't be afraid to challenge your doctor if something isn't working out for you, and always aim to be the CEO of your own health. You can find Lindsey Jean online via Instagram: https://instagram.com/bodyhotty/ If you want to win loads of great prizes, just leave us a review in iTunes! We'll put your name into the draw.
43 minutes | 6 years ago
Episode #93 - Dr. Randy Jirtle On Epigenetics, Diet And Lifestyle
In this week's episode, our guest is Dr. Randy Jirtle. Dr. Jirtle is a respected scientist working in the field of epigenetics, and he called in to tell us all about that work and how it affects our health and our wellbeing. We take a look at how our body's DNA can be modified in the pre-natal phase through dietary supplements and how genetic testing can break down more deeply to give us a clearer picture of our individual health. Dr. Jirtle also talks to us about the influence our diet has on our health and how we need to learn to be flexible, adapting what we eat to our age, our circumstances and our needs. Taking into account our changing needs and striving to maintain a healthy balance is the key to long-term wellbeing. This should also be considered when approaching exercise: small steps build you up and help your body recover, while overdoing things is likely to put you off your quest and leave you feeling demotivated. We consider how changes to your diet and lifestyle, an understanding of your own genetic structure and a willingness to adapt to what your body needs might help reduce the need for artificial medication and lead to better management of enduring health conditions. If you'd like to read more on epigenetics, take a look at these links: Find Dr. Randy Jirtle at randyjirtle.com Read up on genetics at geneimprint.com Don't forget to leave us a review in iTunes: you'll be entered into our draw to win some great prizes!
42 minutes | 6 years ago
Episode #92 Dr. Tami Meraglia Treating Osteoporosis With An Effective New Non Invasive Method: Look Good Inside And Outside
In this week's episode, our guest is Dr. Tami Meraglia. A leading practitioner in the fields of cosmetic and integrative naturopathic medicine, Dr. Tami works with patients and through online services to change how we approach our health and to help us focus on the right areas of wellness. We discuss Dr. Tami's own background as a classical ballet dancer and her route into medicine, and discover more about the personal health journey she has taken. We also look in depth at some common health issues, such as osteoporosis and insomnia, and discuss overcoming stress for better health. By becoming the "CEO of your own health" and taking control of the chemical balances in your body, you can find ways to eat yourself well. Dr. Tami tells us how important the role of hormones is in our wellness quests as well - particularly progesterone and testosterone, which can dramatically affect our metabolism. Levels of testosterone can be affected by sugar, studies suggest. If you balance your hormone levels, you'll be well on your way to managing your health and feeling better. Useful links and further reading: Find Dr. Tami on Facebook here Discover her website here Take the hormone test for yourself Order The Hormone Secret from Amazon Dr. Tami Meraglia will be speaking at the 2015 Biohacking Conference - discover more here Don't miss out on your chance to win some fantastic prizes - leave us a review in iTunes and you'll be automatically entered into our prize draw.
36 minutes | 6 years ago
Episode #91 - Dr. Loren Cordain, The Father Of The Paleo Movement And The Paleo Diet
In today's episode, we're speaking with one of the key advocates of the Paleo diet: Dr. Loren Cordain. If Dr. Loren's name sounds familiar, it's because he's the author of bestseller The Paleo Diet and widely credited as a founding father of the modern Paleo lifestyle. We discuss how Paleolithic eating came about, and just what it means. As a label often attached to modern diets, deciding exactly what is Paleo and what isn't can be tricky. So where should you start? We talk about those four major food groups to avoid: refined sugars, refined grains, oils and dairy products. We also discuss how grass produced meat, seafood, poultry and in-season vegetables and fruit have great health benefits. Beating disease by eating yourself well is possible, and researchers such as Dr. Loren are paving the way with their insightful studies. We also look at Dr. Loren's work in the field of skincare and nutrition, discussing how the right foods can make you feel great both outside and inside. And finally, we tackle the topic of mixing up your diet and combining different food elements - is it dangerous to bring modern foods into a Paleo plan, and how should meal planning be approached if you're trying out Paleo? If you'd like to add to the discussion, get in touch with us and send us your comments. Useful further links Order Dr. Loren Cordain's The Paleo Diet online here Pick up a copy of The Dietary Cure for Acne here Discover ThePaleoDiet.com Read more about Dr. Loren Cordain and his work here Don't forget to leave us a review in iTunes for your chance to win in this month's great giveaway!
43 minutes | 6 years ago
Episode #90 Gerorge Bryant Chef, Marine, Bonus Dad And The Civilized Caveman
We sit down this week and talk with George Bryant, who is the author of New York Times' bestseller The Paleo Kitchen. The chef, healthy eating advocate and former Marine shares his personal health story with us. We discuss how he got on the road to recovery and wellness, and take a look at the changes you could apply to your own diet and lifestyle. Could 'freeform Paleo' be the answer you're looking for? A strict diet is great if you're taking in the right nutrients, but what works for someone might not be right for another. If you feel your body is missing out because of a restrictive diet, introduce things back in that suit you and your needs. Be prepared to try things out, and don't be disheartened if something doesn't work out. Keep trying and strive for your goals. We discuss The Paleo Kitchen and how it could help you with your own health problems. Follow the meal plans suggested or create your own: use the information available and change your own eating habits for the better. Healthy eating is something to be excited about, and if you're doing what works for you and enjoying it, you're much more likely to succeed. Links: You can discover The Paleo Kitchen for yourself here Find George Bryant on Instagram here Read more from the Civilized Caveman here Don't forget to leave us a review in iTunes for your chance to win a FitBit, a copy of The Paleo Kitchen and more! George's Blog Post George's Blog Post About Bulimia Blog The Civilized Cave Man
41 minutes | 6 years ago
Episode #89 - Andrea Beaman On Thyroid Health And Holistic Wellness
Today we're sitting down with Andrea Beaman to discuss the impact of thyroid problems and how a healthy, holistic and nutrition-based management plan can make a bigger difference than medication. The right food and lifestyle can trigger a boost in your immune system and have you feeling better. Some of the key ways you can change your habits include cooking in bulk to save yourself time and keep your diet plan on track, and selecting fresher foods from local farmers' markets to maximize your nutritional intake. You can also find a whole host of spices and condiments at these markets to add flavor to your meals and improve leftovers. Eating right can have such an important effect on your health and wellbeing, and we discuss some of the ways that you can bring healthy eating into your own routine. We also chat about how traditional responses to the discovery of the BCRA gene may be more extreme than is appropriate, and discuss whether there could be more benefit from a change in diet and lifestyle than in irreversible surgeries. A tendency towards an illness is not a guarantee of getting it, and a healthier lifestyle could prevent the problem occurring without the need to go under the knife. As always, please leave us your comments regarding this week's topics and let us know what you think. If you'd like to win some great prizes from our recent guests, leave us a review in iTunes now and we'll add you into this month's prize draw. Find Andrea Beaman online: Visit www.andreabeaman.com for a whole host of blogs, webinars, Q&As and other resources. Follow Andrea on Twitter and Facebook for the latest updates
37 minutes | 6 years ago
Episode #88 - Allison Stevens And The Prep Dish Meal Plan
In this week's episode, talented chef and nutritionist Allison Stevens talks to us about her meal plan system, Prep Dish. We discuss how planning meals ahead of time and prepping your ingredients can change your outlook on cooking, remove the stress of eating healthily and help you fit diet and health plans into the busiest of schedules. We all want to eat healthily, but it's easy to let those good intentions slide when time is short, or when you're feeling uninspired in the kitchen. Allison's plans are designed to fit into just about any lifestyle and to appeal to the laziest of cooks. You can create tasty, colorful and nutritious meals for the whole family with very little effort using these meal plans and the 'prep ahead' method. We look at how Prep Dish can help those who choose Paleo and anyone eating gluten free. The diet plans even come with a shopping list, so there's no distractions when you hit the store, and are color coded to help you find what you need easily. Once you've got the week's ingredients, you only need to spend a couple of hours prepping up your meals - save time, effort and stress when you're cooking. We also discuss some of the benefits of healthy eating, and why it's so important to watch what you eat. If you feel that Prep Dish could work for you, why not take advantage of the special offer for our listeners? Visit www.prepdish.com/fattofit and try out the meal plans for one month at a discounted rate of just $4. Find Allison Stevens and the Prep Dish team online: Follow on Facebook Follow on Twitter Visit the Prep Dish website Don't forget to leave us your review in iTunes for your chance to win a range of great prizes from our special guests.
32 minutes | 6 years ago
Episode #87 Lea Valle Author, Blogger and Health Advocate
In today's episode, we speak with author, blogger and health advocate Lea Valle about her fantastic Paleo recipes - including a whole host of delicious desserts that are gluten-free and dairy-free. We also discuss Lea's personal health and weight loss journey, and what led her to finding the healthy lifestyle she follows today. Following an MS diagnosis, Lea followed an MS-friendly diet she found online but didn't see any real results. On losing weight, Lea's health issues continued - so she looked further into elimination diets and Paleo. A few years on and with a second opinion - coeliac disease - Lea was able to start resolving her health problems through her diet. Today, she is free from pain and feeling fantastic! We discuss those tasty recipes she's been cooking up, too. Many people who restrict their diet for health reasons feel that they can't have treats any more, or that feeding a fussy young family will be difficult. Lea's recipes range from pizza crust to banana bread and from chocolate chip cookies to cashew cheesecake. Have you tried any of these recipes, or do you have your own to add? Leave us a comment and get involved in the discussion below. Further reading: Order the Sweet Paleo cookbook here Discover Lea's blog at PaleoSpirit.com Follow Lea on Twitter @PaleoSpirit Don't forget to leave us your review in iTunes to be entered into our monthly prize draw! Visit our review tutorial now.
48 minutes | 6 years ago
Episode #86 - Sarah Ballantyne The Paleo Mom On Nutrition And Family Health
In this week's episode, we're talking with Sarah Ballantyne about her own health and weight loss journey. A biophysicist, leading academic and popular health blogger, Sarah's whole family have benefited from her wellness discoveries and are firm advocates of the Paleo diet. Just how did Sarah go from being apartment-bound with a chronic and enduring illness to achieving the healthy, full lifestyle she has today? Her journey started like many of ours did - with fast weight loss that uncovered an ongoing range of health problems. A functional medicine advocate and accomplished academic, she used science to tackle her issues and found that through Paleo and elimination diets, certain aspects of her condition could be reduced and controlled: while still keeping her weight down. This enabled her to drop prescription medicines and resume an active life, free from pain and illness. Sarah regularly blogs about her experiences, and has now introduced the rest of her family to Paleo. Her blog has lots of advice for moms looking to help their kids with health issues - or simply to introduce healthy eating habits early in life. We talk about some of the challenges and benefits Paleo diets have for children. Links and information: Find Sarah's blog online at The Paleo Mom Order The Paleo Approach today from Amazon Want to win some great prizes from our guests? Leave us a review in iTunes today!
37 minutes | 6 years ago
Episode #85 - Dr. Lauren Noel On Bio-Identical Hormones, Balancing Your Work And Home Life And More
How does hormone replacement therapy affect your health, and what is the difference between natural and synthetic hormones? The idea of any kind of HRT can be scary - but there are a lot of ways that they can work to balance your body and improve your health. Dr. Lo is with us this week to discuss the importance of hormone balance in successful weight loss and improved health. We take a look at bio-identical hormones, how they match your personal biology and how the right balance can be the key to unlocking good health. Dr. Lo - or Dr. Lauren Noel - is a naturopathic practitioner and health advocate who owns Shine Natural Medicine. How does stress affect your health and fitness? We also take a good look at the effects of sleep deprivation and stress on the body, and talk about setting up the best morning routine to get your day started - and kickstart your body, too. Whether you walk, meditate or do some yoga, a light morning activity gets your body working: shut it down again at night with a good sleep routine. Your medication could also be affecting your health, so look at ways to reduce your reliance on these when possible. More information on Dr. Lo: Follow Dr. Lauren on Twitter with @DrLaurenNoel Discover Shine Natural Medicine here Explore Fix Your Nutrition here Tickets for the Bulletproof Biohacking Conference still available Don't forget to leave us a review in iTunes for your chance to win a load of great prizes from our guests!
17 minutes | 6 years ago
Friend Or Foe ? How Changing Your Diet Can Change Your Friends
In this short in-between episode I talk about the mental game and how friends may not be helpful when you begin to make chnages in your lifestyle. My interview with Charlie Hoehn click here Charlie Hoehn Timothy Ferriss > Quotes Timothy Ferriss quotes (showing 1-30 of 276) “For all of the most important things, the timing always sucks. Waiting for a good time to quit your job? The stars will never align and the traffic lights of life will never all be green at the same time. The universe doesn't conspire against you, but it doesn't go out of its way to line up the pins either. Conditions are never perfect. "Someday" is a disease that will take your dreams to the grave with you. Pro and con lists are just as bad. If it's important to you and you want to do it "eventually," just do it and correct course along the way.”― Timothy Ferriss, The 4-Hour Workweek 138 likes Like “But you are the average of the five people you associate with most, so do not underestimate the effects of your pessimistic, unambitious, or disorganized friends. If someone isn't making you stronger, they're making you weaker.”― Timothy Ferriss,
51 minutes | 6 years ago
Episode #84 - Dr. Tom Malterre On The Elimination Diet, Autism And More
In this week's episode, Dr. Tom Malterre is with us to discuss his work on The Elimination Diet, and we take a look at the effects of gluten and other food products on conditions such as autism. Functional medicine shows us that food is the key to good health, but putting that into practice can be tricky. The Elimination Diet focuses on removing those substances which are harmful to your health and discovering what is causing your health issues. If inflammation and irritation are common for you, food is a powerful medicine that will calm your digestive tract. Dr. Tom uses functional medicine in his role at the Autism Research Institute, and he shares with us some insights into the effects of diet on autism spectrum disorders. Intolerance to gluten and other substances can make aspects of the condition harder to deal with, and changing a child's diet can make a big difference. Adults will also benefit from a functional medicine approach. If you're making your first steps towards going gluten free or trying to figure out what is making you feel so tired and sick, check out Dr. Tom's book The Elimination Diet for information, advice and recipes. Links for further reading: Discover The Elimination Diet and order a copy here Pick up a copy of the Whole Life Nutrition Cookbook here Learn more about Dr. Tom Malterre's work here To win a whole host of great prizes, including books by our guests, leave us a review in iTunes today! Follow our helpful tutorial for details.
52 minutes | 6 years ago
Episode #83 - Shawn Stevenson: Why Sleep Is So Important For Better Health
In this week's episode, Shawn Stevenson is back with us to discuss another aspect of successful weight loss and health: getting enough sleep. It's all too easy to neglect the body's need for sleep, but studies show that a lack of sleep can be catastrophic for the body's healing and detoxifying systems. While we sleep, our brain rests and works on repairing the damage of the day: without sleep, you find yourself burning vital nutrients and setting yourself up for a difficult day. Shawn talks to us about the balance between melatonin and cortisol, and how a lack of magnesium could be affecting your sleep. It has been shown that poor quality sleep makes weight loss harder and exacerbates health problems: if you're looking to get healthy and fit, start with addressing your sleeping habits. Shawn's top tips for getting better sleep include imposing a screen curfew at night, and getting moving in the morning when you wake. Both of these things will help toward improving the amount of deep sleep you get. We also look at the difficulties associated with certain medications and their impact on health: could alternative or functional medicine be the answer to your health issues? Further reading: Check out The Model Health Show today for more information on any of today's topics You can follow Shawn on Twitter using @shawnmodel Discover Oceans Alive and order their product here Orange shades for blue light protection can be found at Amazon
38 minutes | 6 years ago
Episode #82 - Mira And Jayson Calton: The Micronutrient Miracle
In today's episode, we've got two great guests to speak to you about their new book. Dr. Jayson Calton and wife Mira Calton are leading nutritionists who have written two bestselling books on lifestyle and food choices. Their third, The Micronutrient Miracle: The 28-Day Plan to Lose Weight, Increase Your Energy, and Reverse Disease, is now available through Amazon, and the couple spoke to us about what micronutrients are - and how they fit in to your quest for good health and weight loss. Under the guidance of Jayson and through a great deal of research and investigating, Mira was able to overcome her own struggles with osteoporosis and bring herself back to full fitness. This journey together has led to a partnership which now seeks to help others find their own way back to health. Micronutrients are those essential substances the body needs to survive, and include vitamins, minerals, fatty acids and amino acids. Macronutrients, on the other hand, include the carbs and fats that we're often told to avoid. Mira and Jayson advise that finding a balance is essential: much like an orchestra needs the right number of instruments and for all members to be present, the body needs all of the right components and in the correct quantities if it is to do a good job. Having an excess of one nutrient but a lack of another is likely to cause damage, so finding a balance in your diet is vital. Further reading: You can find The Micronutrient Miracle on Amazon here Read about the great work Mira and Jayson Calton are doing here Don't forget to leave us your review in iTunes and you could win a copy of The Micronutrient Miracle, plus a host of other goodies from previous weeks' guests. Visit our quick and simple review tutorial for details.
47 minutes | 6 years ago
Episode #81 Jimmy Moore Why Cholesterol May Not Be The Enemy
In this week's episode, we sit down with blogger and health guru Jimmy Moore to discuss his new Ketogenic Cookbook, and to look at the issues surrounding cholesterol and weight loss. Following his own weight loss experience through the Atkins program, Jimmy has started a voyage of discovery and is a well-known figure in the health and fitness field through his blogs and podcasts. We look at the issues surrounding cholesterol and how doctors' test results can be misleading or wrongly interpreted - especially following a major change in body size and weight. Medication is often better replaced with lifestyle changes, such as selecting the right foods. Processed foods almost always contain refined starches, sugars, salts and oils: reducing or removing the intake of these foods will help those cholesterol levels as well as reducing inflammation. Jimmy also talks with us about the importance of ketone levels, and how encouraging nutritional ketosis through your diet could not only assist you in your quest for weight loss, but could actually work to heal your body - and you could discover some tasty new dishes along the way! Further reading: You can get involved in the Low Carb Conversations here Take a look at Livin La Vida Low-Carb here Discover Jimmy Moore's Keto Clarity here The Ketogenic Cookbook is available now on Amazon - order here You can follow Jimmy on Twitter using @livinlowcarbman Don't forget to leave us a review in iTunes! You could win a copy of Jimmy Moore's new cookbook, plus tons of other goodies. Pop over to iTunes now - or follow our easy tutorial here. You'll automatically be entered into our monthly draw.
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