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Jimmy Moore
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Livin' La Vida Low-Carb--it's what I am, live and do!
Livin' La Vida Low-Carb--it's what I am, live and do!

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Keto Talk with Jimmy Moore & The Doc (Episode 55): High vs. Moderate-Fat For Weight Loss, Testosterone Replacement Therapy, Swollen Lymph Nodes, Ideal Carb Intake, Dehydration, Sleep And Ketosis: http://livinlavidalowcarb.com/blog/keto-talk-episode-55-high-vs-moderate-fat-for-weight-loss-testosterone-replacement-therapy-swollen-lymph-nodes-ideal-carb-intake-dehydration-sleep-and-ketosis/27545

If you are interested in the low-carb, moderate protein, high-fat, ketogenic diet, then this is the podcast for you. Keto Talk is cohosted by 10-year veteran health podcaster and international bestselling author Jimmy Moore from “Livin’ La Vida Low-Carb” and Arizona osteopath and certified bariatric physician Dr. Adam Nally from “Doc Muscles” who thoroughly share from their wealth of experience on the ketogenic lifestyle each and every Thursday. Listen in today as Jimmy and Adam answer all of your low-carb, high-fat, ketogenic diet questions in Episode 55.

*Special THANK YOU to Ronald, Tina, and Susan (Thanks Jimmy and Adam. Your time spent has greatly encouraged me. No time to read a book these days so podcast fits my busy schedule.)*

Go to PayPal.me/KetoTalk to make a donation. You can set up automatic monthly payments there.

KEY QUOTE: “The calorie argument has been drilled into our heads for over 50 years, but I truly believe that there will come a point where we recognize that our weight gain and loss is driven specifically by hormones.” – Dr. Adam Nally

Here’s what Jimmy and Adam talked about in Episode 55:
– Is it high-fat or moderate fat for weight loss on a ketogenic diet?
– Does taking TRT injections inhibit your ability to get into ketosis and lose weight?
– STUDY DISCUSSED: Low-carb diets should be reinstated as pillars of diabetes control, suggests new study
– Is there something about ketosis that causes lymph nodes to swell?
– What can I do to determine the ideal level of carbohydrates I should be eating on my ketogenic diet?
– Can dehydration give you a false boost in your ketone production?
– How does lack of sufficient sleep impact your ketone levels?

KEY QUOTE: “Sometimes people hear high-fat and they gorge themselves. That’s not what we’re saying. Eat fat to satiety in conjunction with moderating the protein and eating less carbohydrate.” – Jimmy Moore

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The LLVLC Show (Episode 1224): Gary Taubes Dishes On The Current State Of Nutritional Health Research: http://livinlavidalowcarb.com/blog/the-llvlc-show-episode-1224-gary-taubes-dishes-on-the-current-state-of-nutritional-health-research/27538

In Episode 1224 of “The Livin’ La Vida Low-Carb Show with Jimmy Moore,” we bring you an interview with science journalist, co-founder of NuSi, and New York Times bestselling author Gary Taubes as our interview guest featured today. Today’s episode is Part 3 of a special three-part interview with bestselling author Gary Taubes from GaryTaubes.com. Jimmy and Gary continue the conversation that began in Episodes 1 and 2. In this final segment, Gary shares his thoughts on the current state of nutritional health research. Listen in as Jimmy and Gary discuss the challenges facing researchers that seek to change the dogma associated with nutrition, as well as Gary’s take on the Kevin Hall study that NuSI helped organize and fund.

“I am optimistic about this. If you look at where we were 10 years ago, you realize that the thinking is slowly changing.” – Gary Taubes
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One of my followers decided to try the Bacon, Egg, & Cheese Biscuit from QuestKeto.com to see how it would impact her blood sugar levels. She started at 82 mg/dL and saw a slight but not statistically important drop into the mid-70's in her testing up to two hours post-prandial. In other words, there was no negative glucose response eating this food. Plus, she reported to me that she didn't feel bad in any way (which would DEFINITELY happen if she had hypoglycemia). Have you tried the Quest Keto products yet? They're the real deal you guys. 
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The Livin' La Vida Low-Carb Show (Episode 1223): Gary Taubes Shares An Update On The Future Of The Nutrition Science Initiative (NuSI): http://livinlavidalowcarb.com/blog/the-llvlc-show-episode-1223-gary-taubes-shares-an-update-on-the-future-of-the-nutrition-science-initiative-nusi/27532

In Episode 1223 of “The Livin’ La Vida Low-Carb Show with Jimmy Moore,” we bring you an interview with science journalist, co-founder of NuSi, and New York Times bestselling author Gary Taubes as our interview guest featured today. Today’s episode is Part 2 of a special three-part interview with bestselling author Gary Taubes from GaryTaubes.com. Jimmy and Gary continue the conversation that began in Episode 1, this time focusing on the history and future of Nutrition Science Initiative (NuSI). Listen in as Jimmy and Gary discuss the accomplishments and lessons learned from co-founding an ambitious initiative that seeks to get to the truth about nutrition by using sound scientific principles.

Be sure to listen in on Wednesday as Jimmy and Gary continue their conversation and hear Gary’s analysis of the state of nutritional health research including commentary on the Kevin Hall study that NuSI helped organize and fund.

“In nutrition science, our job as researchers is to generate a signal that will stand out from the noise.” – Gary Taubes

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The Livin' La Vida Low-Carb Show (Episode 1222): Gary Taubes Shifts From Low-Carb And Instead Makes The Case Against Sugar: http://livinlavidalowcarb.com/blog/the-llvlc-show-episode-1222-gary-taubes-shifts-from-low-carb-and-instead-makes-the-case-against-sugar/27527

In Episode 1222 of “The Livin’ La Vida Low-Carb Show with Jimmy Moore,” we bring you an interview with science journalist, co-founder of NuSi, and New York Times bestselling author Gary Taubes as our interview guest featured today. Today’s episode is Part 1 of a special three-part interview where Jimmy and bestselling author Gary Taubes from GaryTaubes.com talk about Gary’s brand new book entitled The Case Against Sugar, the follow up to his 2007 New York Times bestseller Good Calories, Bad Calories and his 2011 book Why We Get Fat and What To Do About It. Listen in as Jimmy and Gary discuss the science behind sugar addiction and the role it has played in our culture’s increasing prevalence of diseases, including obesity, diabetes, and non-alcoholic fatty liver disease. Gary asks the hard questions about our obsession with sugar and clarifies misconceptions about this food by studying what happens to societies that abandon their natural diets and adopt a more Western way of eating. Like a good defense lawyer, he makes the case that all of the chronic diseases of modern society can be traced back to sugar consumption.

Be sure to listen in on Tuesday as Jimmy and Gary continue their conversation with updates from Gary about what’s going on at Nutrition Science Initiative (NuSI). Then on Wednesday, don’t miss Gary’s analysis of the state of nutritional health research including commentary on the Kevin Hall study that NuSI helped organize and fund.

“We don’t counsel people to smoke in moderation. We say cigarettes cause cancer. So if it’s true that sugar is the agent of Type 2 Diabetes and obesity, then it changes the discussion.” – Gary Taubes

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‘WE SHOULD FAT-SHAME PEOPLE’ Controversial weight loss guru Steve Miller thinks body acceptance campaigns are ‘poisonous’ and overweight nurses should wear ‘I’m fat’ badges: https://www.thesun.co.uk/living/2826291/steve-miller

I don't know if you've heard about some rather incendiary comments from a British TV weight loss personality and hypnotherapist named Steve Miller. He hosts a show called "Fat Families" on Sky 1 and combats the current fat acceptance movement by promoting shaming of people with excess weight, including having overweight nurses wear buttons that say "I'm fat." That's right, he's completely fine with fat-shaming as a means for bringing about change. Grrrrrrr.

Here's how he says it:

“'Package it right, and fat shaming can be really constructive – because shame has been proven to be an emotion that can really motivate people. It creates the ‘ouch’ factor, but then what we do is give some aspiration to the person to drive them forwards. Should we be doing it with our friends and family? Yes we should, if it’s appropriate. So it’s not appropriate to do it with people that are in a vulnerable position. But with the dad at home, their partner should be saying, ‘You are becoming so fat that you need to get off your backside and take action and sort this out.’ The tough love, the honest truth, triggers often action in a lot of people.”

Let me offer up my unique perspective as a former 410-pound man who was able to shed 180 pounds in one year as well as someone today who still has extra weight on his body in the midst of dealing with severe insulin resistance. This is utterly disgusting. Do you assume that people who are obese don't have any clue that they are? That's completely absurd. We know and are either working at it harder than most people or just don't care at all. There's rarely middle ground on this subject.

Someone who has actually has empathy for others in this situation would ask why those who don't care are not doing something about it. And here's where we get to the root of the mindset of a huge segment of the population who are obese--they've become incredibly frustrated by the failure of conventional wisdom about how to best lose weight and that can wear on your mentally thinking what's wrong with you. I got there in 1999 after gaining back all of the weight I had lost on my basically no-fat diet very quickly and I wrote off dieting as a futile task resigning myself to being fat forever. It was a dangerous mindset to be in and thankfully the healthy low-carb lifestyle saved me from that five years later.

People need ENCOURAGEMENT and the best information about how to eat and live for health. The obsession with weight loss over health gain is what has helped fuel the failed calorie hypothesis for far too long. If we shifted the conversation from calories to hormones and the role food and lifestyle play in controlling them, then we might actually get somewhere in bringing about REAL change in the lives of these people you now want to shame into submission to your arrogant philosophy. You're blaming people who are fat for being that way and it's not always their fault my friend. This is what's wrong with so many of these smug weight loss "experts" who think they've figured it all out. They're not even close.

There are sick, metabolically-damaged thin people and yet nobody every bats an eye at them because of their lower weight. Why aren't we shaming these people for being a drag on the healthcare system, Mr. Miller? I'd love to know how he'd respond to this question. And it's even possible to be higher in weight than "normal" and still have excellent health markers. That's where I am right now in my life and no amount of fat-shaming would make me change what I'm doing to be healthier than I've likely been in my entire life. I'm eating to control blood sugar, insulin, and inflammation levels and a ketogenic diet is doing that well. How else would I eat?

Miller claims people who are overweight or obese are being "irresponsible." Sigh. Is this really where we're at in 2017 with all we know about the challenges for people with extra pounds? Sadly yes. If you're dealing with weight and have become frustrated by the judgmental attitude of people like Steve Miller, then here's some advice: know yourself, do what's right for you, and embrace the benefits that are happening in your health even if your weight isn't cooperating. I am DEFINITELY writing a book about this next year because this issue is far too important to keep letting this negative thinking on weight set the tone for what people think. He's wrong--DEAD WRONG!
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Keto Talk with Jimmy Moore & The Doc (Episode 54): Keto Talk Mailbox Blitz Special Edition – Cholesterol: http://livinlavidalowcarb.com/blog/keto-talk-episode-54-keto-talk-mailbox-blitz-special-edition-cholesterol/27506

If you are interested in the low-carb, moderate protein, high-fat, ketogenic diet, then this is the podcast for you. Keto Talk is cohosted by 10-year veteran health podcaster and international bestselling author Jimmy Moore from “Livin’ La Vida Low-Carb” and Arizona osteopath and certified bariatric physician Dr. Adam Nally from “Doc Muscles” who thoroughly share from their wealth of experience on the ketogenic lifestyle each and every Thursday. Listen in today as Jimmy and Adam blitz through the Keto Talk mailbox and dedicate this episode to answering your cholesterol questions in Episode 54.

*Special THANK YOU to Marcus, Monika, Andy, Eduardo, and Tim*

Go to PayPal.me/KetoTalk to make a donation. You can set up automatic monthly payments there.

KEY QUOTE: “Triglycerides are the fuel of life when you’re on a ketogenic diet.” – Dr. Adam Nally

Here’s what Jimmy and Adam talked about in Episode 54:
– Nation’s bacon reserves hit 50-year low as prices rise
– HOT TOPIC: LDL-P vs. Small LDL-P—which matters more?
– How do I explain to my doctor why my very high total cholesterol isn’t cause for concern?
– Can I take a low-dose statin to help lower my high LDL-P from eating a ketogenic diet?
– How is it possible that your triglycerides can go up when you eat keto?
– Why do keto-adapted athletes see rises in total, LDL, and HDL cholesterol levels?
– How can people outside the United States convert cholesterol numbers from American units?
– Can blood pressure lowering medications reduce your total cholesterol?
– Can BCAA’s and sweeteners be the culprit in rising cholesterol levels?
– Does eating keto eventually lead to the development of higher levels of Small LDL-P?
– Is having high HDL cholesterol a cause for concern when you’re eating a ketogenic diet?
– Why would eating carbs like bread decrease LDL-P and LDL-C?
– Does knowing your Apo E genotype determine what kind of fats you can consume for ketosis?
– What can a Ketonian do to lower Lp(a) and is it something to be concerned about?
– Will a ketogenic diet raise low cholesterol levels to help restore proper hormone levels?
– Why do middle-aged women see a dramatic rise in their cholesterol and is it a cause for concern?
– Are triglycerides a good or bad thing when you are consuming a ketogenic diet?
– Should I be concerned by my own test results if I have a family history of high cholesterol?
– Can a ketogenic diet help reduce or completely eliminate calcified plaque?

KEY QUOTE: “There is strong evidence that cholesterol to triglyceride ratio is something to really pay attention to, more so than other indicators.” – Jimmy Moore

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The Low Carb Breckenridge conference is happening next weekend with a full slate of some truly amazing guest speakers, including Dr. Jason Fung, Dr. Eric Westman, Dr. Mike Eades, Nina Teicholz, Maria Emmerich, Zoe Harcombe, Dr. Ted Naiman, Dr. Ron Rosedale, Dr. Gary Fettke, and many more (including ME!). Check out the full list of speakers here: http://denversdietdoctor.com/low-carb-breckenridge-2017-conference-schedule

You might be wondering, "Why do I care who is speaking or what the schedule is since I can't make it to Breckenridge, Colorado on February 24-26, 2017?" Well, you might not be there in person like the several hundred who will be, but you CAN access these awesome lectures from the all-star #lowcarb #highfat #ketogenic speakers when you sign up for the exclusive online live streaming of the event. And here's the best part: it's JUST $20! That's insanely cheap you guys, so please take advantage of this to feel like you're there with us.

Access the Low Carb Breckenridge 2017 Online Live Stream HERE: https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/low-carb-breckenridge-2017-online-live-stream-tickets-31988888627
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The Livin' La Vida Low-Carb Show (Episode 1221): Dr. Cate Shanahan Digs Deep Into The Nutrition Science Of Traditional Diets: http://livinlavidalowcarb.com/blog/the-llvlc-show-episode-1221-dr-cate-shanahan-digs-deep-into-the-nutrition-science-of-traditional-diets/27495

In Episode 1221 of “The Livin’ La Vida Low-Carb Show with Jimmy Moore,” we bring you an interview with LA Lakers PRO Nutrition program director and author of Deep Nutrition: Why Your Genes Need Traditional Food Dr. Cate Shanahan as our interview guest featured today. Cate Shanahan M.D has over two decades of clinical experience and expertise in genetic and biochemical research, and specializes in helping patients to reverse metabolic disease and reshape their bodies. She is a board-certified family physician who trained in biochemistry and genetics at Cornell University before attending Robert Wood Johnson Medical School. For ten years, Dr. Shanahan practiced medicine in Hawaii, where she studied ethnobotany and the culinary habits of her healthiest patients. She currently serves as the Director of the Los Angeles Lakers PRO Nutrition Program and in March 2017 will be working in Newtown, CT. Dr. Shanahan’s new book Deep Nutrition: Why Your Genes Need Traditional Food shows us how the campaign against saturated fat initiated sweeping dietary changes that affect our gene expression and replication. Dr. Cate illustrates how the modern diet has affected our health over the past few generations, delving into the science behind altered expression of our DNA, our predisposition to disease, even our physical appearance. She lays out the essential elements all traditional diets share in common, a road map in the form of traditional recipes, showing you your clearest path back to optimal health.

“A lot of doctors feel that change will be grass-roots instead of hearing from Harvard or from the government.” – Dr. Cate Shanahan

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It's gratifying to know all three of my podcasts are ranked in the Top 20 of Fitness & Nutrition category in the Health iTunes podcasts. Keto Talk at #13, The LLVLC Show at #15, and Fasting Talk at #17. COOL! Thanks to everyone who regularly listens to my podcasts.

LISTEN ANYTIME to all of my podcasts here:

Keto Talk: http://www.ketotalk.com
The LLVLC Show: http://www.thelivinlowcarbshow.com
Fasting Talk: http://www.fastingtalk.com

Listen, learn, laugh, and live by example what you glean about #lowcarb #highfat #ketogenic diets with #fasting. 
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