Ketonix breath ketone analyzer inventor Michel Lundell and author, designer, health enthusiast, and voiceover artist Leslie Klenke are our interview guests today in Episode 835 of “The Livin’ La Vida Low-Carb Show.”
We’ve got a special doubleheader podcast for you today with two great interviews you’ll enjoy hearing. The first one features a Swedish engineer named Michel Lundell who was diagnosed with epilepsy and discovered the ketogenic diet as a means for controlling his seizures. But when we became disappointed with blood and urine ketone testing, Michel started investigating breath ketones and invented the world’s first commercially available breath ketone analyzer he calls Ketonix. Hear him share about this amazing new device that is perfect for people doing nutritional ketosis. Then in the main interview, we’ve got an author, designer, health enthusiast, and voiceover artist named Leslie Klenke who was given an opportunity by Mark Sison’s Primal Blueprint Publishing to write a book for teenaged girls called Paleo Girl: Take a Leap. Empower Yourself. Be Awesome! Listen in to hear Jimmy and Leslie talk all about this exciting new book that has been sorely needed in the community.
Physician and ketogenic diet advocate for epilepsy Dr. Deborah Snyder and low-carb, ketogenic diet researcher Dr. Eric Kossoff are our guests today for this LLVLC Show Classic from our golden archives in Episode 786 of “The Livin’ La Vida Low-Carb Show.”
It’s Wednesday again and you know what that means while Jimmy has been away writing his next book, Keto Clarity. We’ve enjoyed featuring these LLVLC Show Classic episodes from deep within our golden archives of hundreds of health-enriching conversations Jimmy has had with various people over the years. Today we have a special double-feature for you on the topic of ketogenic diets and epilepsy. The first interview features Dr. Deborah Snyder, author of Keto Kid: Helping Your Child Succeed on the Ketogenic Diet, whose son Bryce was cured of epilepsy after going on a two-year stint following a low-carb, ketogenic diet. Although ketosis has long been known as an effective therapy for controlling seizures, it’s people like Dr. Snyder and the work of The Charlie Foundation who have helped to promote this cutting-edge, science-based treatment and the positive effects it is having on epileptic children.
Then in the second interview, we have a legendary epilepsy specialist and Johns Hopkins researcher named Dr. Eric Kossoff, author of Ketogenic Diets: Treatments For Epilepsy And Other Disorders. Do not miss this exciting chat that Jimmy had with Dr. Kossoff about his “modified Atkins diet” as a treatment for epilepsy. Listen in as they discuss other illnesses that could stand to benefit from a ketogenic diet, how to make a 5 grams of carbs daily diet work for a kid, and so much more!
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Hello and welcome back to The Livin’ La Vida Low-Carb Show with Jimmy Moore!
Today Jimmy talks with legendary epilepsy specialist and Johns Hopkins researcher, Dr. Eric Kossoff. Do not miss one second as they compare notes on the latest in research of the ketogenic diet as a treatment for epilepsy. Also discussed are other illnesses successfully treated or under investigation for response to low-carb diets and how to make a 5-grams-of-carbs-daily diet palatable to children! This is a podcast every parent who deals with a child suffering from seizures needs to hear.
Hello and welcome back to The Livin’ La Vida Low-Carb Show with Jimmy Moore! Today Jimmy shares his conversation with Dr. Deborah Snyder, whose son Bryce was cured of epilepsy by a two-year stint on a low-carb, ketogenic diet. Relatively unknown by the general public, ketosis has been used by some doctors to treat seizures for many years now. Tune in to listen in to hear the details of this cutting-edge, science-based treatment and its positive effects on epileptic children.
ALSO: Today’s episode is brought to you courtesy of our sponsor Truvia, the natural low-carb sweetener made from the stevia plant.