Cancer is a truly horrific disease that scares most people to their very core. Most people who get diagnosed with some form of cancer believe it is a death sentence. But in recent years, we’ve been hearing from people like Boston College cancer researcher Dr. Thomas Seyfried that this is a metabolic disease treated with a ketogenic diet. And he’s not alone with cancer patients such as Andrew Scarborough and Patricia Daly beating back their brain and eye cancers respectively thanks to a ketogenic nutritional approach being the basis for their healing. For a health engineer from Denmark named Misha Sakharoff at Sakharoff.com, he’s created a powerful combination of the Buteyko breathing technique and a ketogenic diet for cancer in what he describes as the Sakharoff Protocol. His goal for his clients is to help them return to a normal life again with long-term recovery. Listen in as Jimmy and Misha talk about how his program is helping people beat back the cancer and other chronic diseases that are plaguing their health.
A couple of days before the Low Carb Vail conference began in late February 2016, our host Jimmy Moore was invited to present a joint talk with Dr. Ron Rosedale at the Unitarian Church in Boulder, Colorado. This event was put together by local Boulder radio journalist named Shelley Schlender and Type 1 diabetic Barry Erdman who leads the The Vegetarian Low Carb Diabetic Healthy Diet Society Facebook page and featured around 100 enthusiastic low-carb, high-fat, real food followers excited to hear what Jimmy and Dr. Rosedale had to share. In today’s lecture, you’ll hear the fascinating information that Dr. Rosedale had to share with them going deep into the origins of disease. Plus, don’t miss the special Q&A session at the end with Jimmy.
Weight loss is so incredibly hard as anyone who has tried to make it happen can attest. Part of the problem is the way we have been treating obesity and Type 2 diabetes is almost entirely wrong. Weight gain and the development of obesity is controlled by the hormone insulin and the insulin resistance that is created from chronically elevated levels of insulin. This is something a Toronto, Ontario-based nephrologist and author named Dr. Jason Fung from IntensiveDietaryManagement.com recognized a very long time ago in treating his patients dealing with the frustration of stubborn pounds that refuse to come off. Now he has outlined the principles he uses with his own patients in a provocative new book entitled The Obesity Code: Unlocking the Secrets of Weight Loss. Listen in as Jimmy and Dr. Fung discuss the concepts in his latest book while previewing their upcoming joint collaboration on the subject of fasting in late 2016 called Fasting Clarity: The Definitive Guide to Healing Your Body Through Intermittent and Extended Fasting.
A lot of people believe that as you get older that it’s inevitable that you’ll become old, fat, and sick. Obesity, fatigue, aches and pains, regular bouts of illness, memory loss, low libido, and feelings of depression and anxiety are just naturally assumed to happen when you reach a certain age. But for a New York City-based Integrative and Functional Medicine Doctor named Dr. Frank Lipman from DrFrankLipman.com (listen to Jimmy’s previous interview with him in Episode 907), he believes this isn’t an inevitability associated with age. Dr. Lipman says the human body is resilient enough to be healthy and slim while the mind is meant to be razor sharp and focused if we implement specific diet and lifestyle strategies for making these things happen. He’s outlined all of these things in his brand new 2016 book 10 Reasons You Feel Old and Get Fat: And How YOU Can Stay Young, Slim, and Happy!. Listen in as Jimmy and Dr. Lipman talk about the importance of ketogenic nutrition, why lifestyle factors such as sleep and stress are so critically important, the problem with taking prescription medications to mask the symptoms we feel, how to help the body heal, finding support to make these changes permanent, and more! We always enjoy hearing what Dr. Lipman has to say and we think you will too.
London-based health and fitness expert and Director of the Public Health Collaboration Sam Feltham is our special Periscope interview guest today in Episode 1074 of “The Livin’ La Vida Low-Carb Show.” LISTEN AND DOWNLOAD AT ITUNES Frustration has been building over the current state of nutrition recommendations in the past few years and the concern… Continue Reading