499: Jamie ‘That Paleo Guy’ Scott And YouTube Star Green Deane On Suburban Foraging


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New Zealand Paleo blogger Jamie Scott and YouTube sensation and foraging expert “Green” Deane join us today on The Livin’ La Vida Low-Carb Show with Jimmy Moore!

Jimmy welcomes to the podcast Jamie Scott who he recently met in person at #AHS11 in Los Angeles during the Ancestral Health Symposium. Jamie is arguably one of the biggest advocates for Paleolithic living in his home nation of New Zealand and is spreading the word to as many of his clients as he possibly can. We could all learn a lot from the enthusiasm he shows about health and fitness.

We also have a unique character in “Green” Deane joining us to talk about how and why it is important for people to forage for their food regardless of where they live–even in the city! Green has made a name for himself on YouTube through his wildly popular “Eat The Weeds” show and you’ll hear why in this intriguing interview today. Although he advocates for eating wild plants, you’ll be pleased to know Green is all about healthy low-carb living. DON’T MISS THIS FASCINATING INTERVIEW!

Special thanks to our wonderful sponsors: Pure Indian Foods and QuestBars

LINKS MENTIONED IN EPISODE 499
- Support our sponsor: Pure Indian Foods Grass-fed Organic Ghee
- Support our sponsor: Low-Carb Quest Protein Bars
- Jamie Scott bio
- “That Paleo Guy” blog
- Jamie Scott on Twitter
- Jamie Scott and Dr. Emily Deans #AHS11 Lecture: “Resiliency: Human-Friendly Pathways to Optimal Physical and Mental Health”
- RELATED PODCAST: 490: Evolutionary Psychiatrist Dr. Emily Deans And Primal Nutritionist Cate Munroe Bring A Double-Dose Of Paleo!
- Green Deane’s “Eat The Weeds” YouTube Channel
- “Eat The Weeds (And Other Things, Too)” web site
- Green Deane Facebook Fan Page
- Green Deane on Twitter

  • Catherine

    Jamie Scott is so inspiring.  Thank you.

    • Anonymous

      Love that Kiwi!

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Kem-Johnson/100001811404457 Kem Johnson

    Jaimie is a mine of information on training for bicycle racing.  A little on the techy side, but happy to explain those points.  He was a bit coy, though, on the wonders of food in NZ.  All dairy cows are primarily or exclusively pasture based and you would have to look pretty hard to find beef that wasn’t wholly raised on pasture. 

    • Anonymous

      Alright, I’m moving there! LOL!

  • Jillm

    Really interesting interviews.  How do I convince my family and friends to look at low carbing?  It is rare to read any articles or see anything on TV about low carb here in Australia.  I recently said I render fat from organic meat to use instead of vegetable oil.  The conversation stopped dead.  Thanks for the interviews.

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

      There’s hardly any mention of anything about low-carb here in America too. That’s why I do what I do.





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