Hello and welcome back to The Livin’ La Vida Low-Carb Show with Jimmy Moore!
In Episode 339, Jimmy is happy to present a very distinguished and legendary cholesterol skeptic guest, the great Dr. Uffe Ravnskov who is the author of a brand new book entitled Fat And Cholesterol Are Good For You.
First, though, Jimmy brings you a brief chat with Collette Heimowitz from Atkins Nutritionals to explain the flaws behind the protocols and approach taken in a March 2, 2010 study claiming to refute the efficacy of the healthy low-carb lifestyle. Next, our friend Amy Dungan returns for today’s CarbSmart Minute to tell us all about another great high-fiber, low-carb food, GG Scandinavian Bran Crispbread!
Then on to the main event: Dr. Ravnskov talks to Jimmy about the lack of any studies that prove any benefit for fat restriction or supporting the cholesterol theory of heart disease. Also discussed is the Cholesterol Skeptics group called THINCS, trying to advocate low-carb in an environment where health professionals fear getting in legal trouble because of it, and so MUCH more! Don’t miss a single moment!
ALERT: Next week will not have any podcasts airing as Jimmy and 100 low-carbers will be attending the third annual low-carb cruise to the Bahamas…and Kevin is going fishin’ for a well-deserved time off! We’ll be back on March 15, 2010 with new low-carb podcasts! SEE YA!
LINKS MENTIONED IN EPISODE 339
- “Long-Term Effects of Low-Carbohydrate Versus Low-Fat Diets in Obese Persons” published in the March 2, 2010 issue of Annals of Internal Medicine
- New Atkins For A New You by Dr. Eric Westman, Dr. Jeff Volek, and Dr. Stephen Phinney
- Carbsmart Minute Featured Product: GG Scandinavian Bran Crispbreads
- Dr. Uffe Ravnskov bio
- Dr. Ravnskov’s “Cholesterol Myths” web site
- Fat And Cholesterol Are Good For You book
- The International Network of Cholesterol Skeptics
- RELATED PODCAST: Chris Masterjohn On The Health Benefits Of Cholesterol (Episode 314)
- RELATED PODCAST: Dr. Annika Dahlqvist Starts A Low-Carb, High-Fat Explosion In Sweden