485: Nora Gedgaudas Is Back With The Re-Release Of Primal Body Primal Mind


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Primal diet blogger, speaker and author Nora Gedgaudas returns today as our guest on this episode of The Livin’ La Vida Low-Carb Show with Jimmy Moore!

Nora’s fantastic, self-published book about healthy high-fat, low-carb primal living entitled Primal Body, Primal Mind has just been picked up by a major publisher in 2011 and it’s been extensively re-worked and polished bringing the principles of Paleo living to modern society. Nora is back today as one of our favorite all-time interview guests to tell us all about what’s new in the book, what she’s been up to the past couple of years, and a healthy discussion of primal/Paleo nutrition and fitness. DON’T MISS THIS FANTASTIC EPISODE!

ALSO: Special thanks to our brand new sponsor, LC Foods at HoldTheCarbs.com! Check out their spot at the beginning of today’s show for a special discount code!

LINKS MENTIONED IN EPISODE 485
- Support our sponsor: HoldTheCarbs.com
- Nora Gedgaudas bio
- Primal Body Primal Mind
- Primal Body Primal Mind official web site
- RELATED PODCAST: Get Primally Healthy With Nora Gedgaudas (Episode 295)
- RELATED PODCAST: Best of 2009 ‘Encore Week’: Nora Gedgaudas (Episode 323)

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  • Shannon

    I loved this interview! I think Nora is such a powerful speaker and conveys her message very well. And I agree with it.

    The one issue I have is that I don’t feel like eating much fat anymore. It doesn’t appeal to me at all. I realize it’s the way we are “supposed” to eat. But what if you don’t feel like eating that way? I used to have a taste for fat, but I no longer do. I don’t have a taste for red meat or animal fat anymore and only want to eat poultry and seafood. This all started after a viral gastroenteritis episode that followed grassfed steak. Nuts are okay, but I don’t eat many because they’re full of omega-6. Olive oil is okay. I guess animal fat is just repulsive to me at this point. Not really sure what to do.

    • http://www.livinlavidalowcarb.com/blog Jimmy Moore

      How about coconut oil? Butter? Ghee? Lard? And what happens when you try to eat a fatty piece of meat? Do you throw it up or get nauseated? Strange.

      • Shannon

        When I try to eat fatty meat, I get very nauseated. It actually does not smell or taste good to me at all (like it used to). Butter and coconut oil are okay; that’s pretty much what I use. It’s terrible. I made a taco salad tonight and had to use ground turkey breast — I used to use that when I was trying to be “good!” Now I know I should eat beef instead, but I just cannot bring myself to do it. The thought alone makes me nauseated. I don’t throw up, but I get very nauseated thinking about or smelling beef, lamb, or pork. (And I have wonderful pastured lard in the fridge that I used to eat). I hope this goes away soon.





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