482: Sarah Fragoso From ‘Everyday Paleo’

Sarah Fragoso, Ep. 482


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Paleo fitness trainer, podcaster, author and mom Sarah Fragoso is our guest on today’s episode of The Livin’ La Vida Low-Carb Show with Jimmy Moore!

Sarah has her hands quite full with so many commitments, but we are pleased to have her visit with us today to share her remarkable story of weight loss and fitness success using the basic principles of Paleolithic living. And now she has taken her success and parlayed it into a very popular web site, iTunes podcast and brand new book using the principles she called Everyday Paleo. Listen in as she and Jimmy discuss raising your kids Paleo, the vital importance of exercise in a healthy lifestyle change, Paleo in the kitchen, making nutritious desserts, and so much more! Don’t miss this fantastic episode with one of the real sweethearts of the Paleo movement!

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Sarah Fragoso bio
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– RELATED PODCAST: ‘Encore Week’ 2011: Robb Wolf (Episode 433)

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4 Responses to 482: Sarah Fragoso From ‘Everyday Paleo’
  1. Lawrence Louis
    June 23, 2011 | 3:05 pm


    That was a great interview. I immediately ran out and bought Sarah Fragoso’s “Everyday Paleo”, when it was first released to the bookstores. It is certainly packed with some very great information. Dr. Loren Cordain and Robb Wolf have done a superb job in enumerating the scientific evidence for the efficacy of the Paleo diet in increasing longevity, staving off many of the degenerative diseases we experience in western culture, and increasing athletic performance. But Sarah’s work on her podcast, and now in her book, provides that one big missing component – the knowledge to apply such concepts in a practical familial setting. If more parents in the United States were like Sarah, I could bet a large sum of money that we would not have the burgeoning obesity epidemic that our children are currently experience. In fact, if we were to follow Sarah’s advice, we would probably produce the healthiest generation of kids America has ever seen. In a perfect world Sarah Fragoso’s book would outsell anything JK Rowling wrote.

    • Jimmy Moore
      June 24, 2011 | 2:12 pm

      Indeed Lawrence. And it helps greatly that Sarah is such a personable messenger. :)

  2. Mary Titus
    June 26, 2011 | 9:53 am

    Hi Jimmy,

    I loved this interview. Not surprised since I pretty much love all of your interviews, more or less ;-). It is sobering to look back on how I raised my kids and how frustrating it is to know that I ‘shouldda,couldda,wouldda” done things so much differently. I see how diet is central to good health and that doctors do not have to agree with it,in order for it to be healthy.

    Sarah is very funny and I really enjoyed listening to her story. One thing that I must share is that weightloss, at least for women, goes through many changes as we get older. For me, I can tell you that my body does not WANT to get smaller in the least. It is fighting me tooth and nail which brings me to the conclusion that I must fight harder. Paleo seems to be the perfect fit for me since I eat very similarly to that anyway.So again , thanks for another great podcast show.

    • Jimmy Moore
      June 26, 2011 | 11:43 am

      Thanks! She is awesome. Keep fighting Mary.

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