508: Paleo Trainer Jason Seib And Professional Opera Singer Othalie Graham



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Today professional opera soprano Othalie Graham talks about the impact a low-carb weight loss and health regimen has had on her singing career and personal trainer Jason Seib talks about Paleo nutrition and fitness on The Livin’ La Vida Low-Carb Show with Jimmy Moore!

ALSO: Be sure to check us out on your smartphone with no synching on Stitcher (available for free at your platform’s app store) and listen in for special news about “A Full Week Of Low-Carb Podcasting” coming weekly beginning in January 2012!

LINKS MENTIONED IN EPISODE 508
Listen to the podcast on Stitcher–NO DOWNLOADING REQUIRED!
New changes coming to the podcast schedule beginning January 9, 2012
Jason Seib bio
“Primitive Stimulus” blog
Jason’s Clackamus Physical Conditioning web site
Read Jason’s guest posts at Sarah Fragoso’s “Everyday Paleo” blog
Jason Seib on Twitter
Jason Seib on Facebook
– RELATED PODCAST: 482: Sarah Fragoso From ‘Everyday Paleo’
Othalie Graham bio
– VIDEO: Othalie singing Isolde’s Liebestod from Wagner’s Tristan und Isolde
– RELATED BLOG POST: “Cells ‘Remembered’ Being Fat Even After Weight Loss, Study Shows”

  • Anonymous

    Thank you Jason, Othalie and Jimmy.  Wonderful interviews.

  • Sigi

    Jimmy, I really enjoyed these interviews, thank you. I’ve long been a reader of Jason’s blog so it was good to hear more from him. And I am now an official Othalie fan too – Othalie, in case you’re reading, you are GORGEOUS and so talented! I look forward to hearing more of your work in future.

    • Anonymous

      Both Jason and Othalie were amazing!  THANKS for listening!

  • Betty

    I am new to Paleo. However, one of my children has severe peanut and tree nut allergies.
    That rules out every single nut. What would I substitute for coconut
    milk and all the nut flours in cooking Paleo. I want to do this as a
    family but am having trouble with how to substitute. Several seeds are
    processed on the same machinery as nuts and thus not suitable for him to
    eat – otherwise I would grind them for flour. Any help would be greatly
    appreciated.

    • Anonymous

      Your child just wouldn’t be able to consume foods with those nut flours in them. This takes out a lot of the baking, but it’s a necessary evil for his health.

      • Betty

        Do you know of a substitute for the coconut milk in fruit smoothies and things like that?





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