406: Josh Trent & Dr. Martha Howard: Take Back Your Health & Beat The Winter Blahs

Josh Trent, weight loss success and personal trainer, as well as naturopathic physician Dr. Martha Howard are today’s guests on The Livin’ La Vida Low-Carb Show with Jimmy Moore!

Dr. Martha Howard of the Wellness Associates of Chicago is Jimmy’s first guest and their topic du jour is ways to prevent the winter blahs, including some great advice on supplementation. Next Josh Trent tells about his personal journey to become a personal trainer and fitness instructor, including his philosophy of health and advice for anyone who wants to embrace a life full of health and vigor and low on carbohydrates!

Also, don’t miss the special offer from our sponsor Quest Bars to get some FREE samples! Listen in for the details!

LINKS MENTIONED IN EPISODE 406
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Martha Howard bio
Wellness Associates of Chicago
Josh Trent bio
WellnessForce.com
Josh’s famous McDonald’s pullups video
– RELATED PODCAST: Wellness Goes Underground With Sean Croxton (Episode 260)

6 Responses to 406: Josh Trent & Dr. Martha Howard: Take Back Your Health & Beat The Winter Blahs
  1. Erin
    October 1, 2010 | 11:15 am

    Great interview. Hopefully you can have Dr. Martha Howard back again for a full show – maybe on bioidentical hormone replacement?
    Thanks Jimmy.

  2. James Hansen Trent
    October 1, 2010 | 5:22 pm

    Hi Jimmy, thanks for the information about GMO foods and the neurotoxic “low-fat” or “sugar-free” foods. I’ve heard of criticisms of these types of foods from other sources as well and I think the general public isn’t as aware of the detriments of these foods as they probably ought to be. Cheers!

    • Jimmy Moore
      October 2, 2010 | 8:08 am

      You’re right, it’s not well-known.

  3. Jimmy Moore
    October 2, 2010 | 8:07 am

    Maybe Erin! Had a full schedule for 2010 but I wanted to have her on quicker. :)

  4. Rob
    October 2, 2010 | 8:18 am

    Hey Jimmy
    I have a question about phosphatidylserine. It used to be distilled from cow brains but due to the concerns about mad cow disease they switched to distilling it from soy.

    Soy is a swear word around my house.

    If there is concern that BSE *might* be transmitted from distilled PS, shouldn’t I also be concerned that all the bad stuff associated with soy might also be transmitted?

    Thanks

  5. Jimmy Moore
    October 3, 2010 | 3:41 pm

    Rob, great question! Haven’t heard about the soy derivative of that brain nutrient, but that’s a fantastic topic for me to ask one of my experts sometime.





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