Nutritional therapist specialising in cancer through the use of the low-carb, high-fat, ketogenic diet Patricia Daly and Irish food writer, restauranteur, and ketogenic cancer survivor Domini Kemp is our interview guest featured today in Episode 1196 of “The Livin’ La Vida Low-Carb Show.”
A cancer diagnosis can be very scary for anyone to deal with and unfortunately it afflicts people of all ages in a wide variety of ways from the benign to terminal. If there’s a way to ready yourself for something like this by instituting a solid nutritional and lifestyle plan for success, then most people would want to know about it. That’s exactly why a nutritional therapist specialising in cancer through the use of the low-carb, high-fat, ketogenic diet named Patricia Daly teamed up with an Irish food writer, restauranteur, and ketogenic cancer survivor named Domini Kemp to write a book offering hope to people with cancer entitled The Ketogenic Kitchen: Low carb. High fat. Extraordinary health. Both Patricia and Domini have had their own cancer scare and share their challenges and triumphs on this journey that led them to the ketogenic diet for help and support. Follow their work at TheKetogenicKitchen.com. Listen in as Jimmy, Patricia, and Domini discuss their amazing stories and how they are now helping others who want to try keto therapy for treatment or prevention of this terrible disease.
What happens when the pastor of a church in a small town in Owenton, Kentucky discovers the low-carb, high-fat, ketogenic diet and finds great success with it? He becomes evangelical about promoting the benefits of keto, of course. And for Trent Holbert from EpochFellowship.org, that’s exactly what he has done. Our host Jimmy Moore was recently invited to come speak at Trent’s church sharing about keto and more. Before that happened, Jimmy pulled out his iPhone to record an impromptu Periscope video interview with Trent. Listen in as Jimmy and Trent have an engaging conversation about why he’s gotten so excited about the ketogenic message.
With so much uncertainty in the scientific literature about the level of importance we should be giving to blood cholesterol, sadly that leaves patients with doubt about what they should be doing in their diet and lifestyle to mitigate their risk for cardiovascular disease. Even with the major advancements in technology from companies like Liposcience, makers of the NMR Lipoprofile particle size test, the science is still not settled on this topic. That’s why a senior software engineer, business developer, and low-carb, high-fat diet self-experimenter named Dave Feldman decided to take matters into his own hands by conducting a series of experiments eating various amounts of fat and other such factors to see what impact it would play on his lipid panel. The results he has seen doing several dozen NMR Lipoprofile tests has been nothing short of remarkable as you will hear in today’s interview. Dave set up a website for all the world to view his meticulous data (what else would you expect from an engineer?) at CholesterolCode.com.
Listen in as Jimmy and Dave dive deeply into what Dave refers to as the Dietary Fat Inversion theory, why the more fat he consumed the lower his LDL cholesterol went, how eating more fat leads to higher cholesterol in some hyper-responders, the direct correlation between fat intake and cholesterol levels, his Twin Diet Experiment that is currently underway with another hyper-responder, why he’s not afraid is the stated risks of high cholesterol with heart disease, why the lack of actual damage to blood vessels makes cholesterol levels irrelevant, and Jimmy’s challenge to do a fasting experiment together (that will likely happen in October/November 2016). Dave is a highly intelligent guy who understands this stuff better than most doctors and might be on to one of the biggest breakthroughs in cholesterol we’ve seen in a very long time. Connect with Dave at his Twitter page.
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One of the hottest sports in America today is mixed martial arts as evidenced by the $4 billion sale of UFC that took place just this week. Today’s featured interview guest is a former MMA fighter and newly-converted low-carb, high-fat, ketogenic athlete named Kyle Kingsbury. He doesn’t currently have an active website, but you can follow him on Twitter. Kyle started his athletic career playing football making it all the way to the collegiate level at Arizona State University before shifting to mixed martial arts. He reached the pinnacle of his fighting career appearing on The Ultimate Fighter Season 8 and The Ultimate Fighting Championship.
After completing his MMA career in 2014, Kyle decided to focus on optimizing his nutrition as a means for improving his athletics. That’s what led him to study and implement the low-carb, high-fat, ketogenic diet into his routine. Now he spreads the word about living better through lifestyle choices. Listen in as Jimmy and Kyle discuss his progression as an athlete, what his old diet looked like compared to how he eats today, his views on and uses of fasting, the practical application of ketogenic diets in athletic performance, and all the amazing benefits that come from eating keto. It’s great hearing from someone like Kyle who is a fabulous advocate for nutritional ketosis!
Nephrologist and author Dr. Jason Fung is our guest today in Episode 1110 of “The Livin’ La Vida Low-Carb Show.” LISTEN AND DOWNLOAD AT ITUNES In late February 2015, an historic conference took place in Cape Town, South Africa featuring 16 of the world’s foremost authorities on the low-carb, high-fat, ketogenic diet, including our host… Continue Reading