Listen in as Jimmy and Maria catch up with each other on what’s been happening over the past year, the distortion that so many people have about what a cleanse or detox program is really all about, how a ketogenic diet is cleansing enough to heal the metabolic damage from inflammation and high insulin levels, why there aren’t that many sweet recipes in her latest book, the familiar look and feel of this book that hearkens back to her collaboration with Jimmy on The Ketogenic Cookbook, and so much more. It’s never a dull conversations when these two keto experts sit down for a chat about nutrition and life. ENJOY!
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.
Voiceover talent, stand-up comedian, actress, food blogger, health podcaster, and cookbook author Anna Vocino is our interview guest featured today in Episode 1193 of “The Livin’ La Vida Low-Carb Show.”
Some of the best people who come into and have a lasting impact on the health community are people who had absolutely no intentions of ever learning and talking about nutrition and healthy living at all. That’s exactly what happened to Anna Vocino, a successful voiceover talent and stand up comedian, who was living her charmed life until the fateful diagnosis of Celiac disease caused her to put every ounce of energy into dealing with this for the sake of her future. After dibble-dabbling in gluten-free for a while and not quite seeing the results she wanted in her pursuit of optimal health, Anna dove into low-carb and hasn’t looked back. You may know her as the cohost of the top-rated iTunes health podcast Fitness Confidential with Vinnie Tortorich, but she is here today to celebrate the release of her brand new low-carb, grain-free cookbook entitled Eat Happy: Gluten Free, Grain Free, Low Carb Recipes For A Joyful Life.
Listen in as Jimmy and Anna have a sometimes silly, mostly in-depth conversation all about the ins and outs of health podcasting, real food, autoimmune disease, cleaning up your pantry, emotional eating, when low-carb doesn’t work right away, preparing your food to be successful, and a whole lot more. It helps Jimmy and Anna are friends which makes for a funny, entertaining podcast for you to enjoy today!
Nutritional Therapy Practitioner and bestseller author Mickey Trescott and Certified Health Coach and Nutritional Therapy Consultant Angie Alt are our interview guests featured in Episode 1192 of “The Livin’ La Vida Low-Carb Show.”
Ketogenic nutritionist, blogger, and international bestselling author Maria Emmerich is our guest today in Episode 1082 of “The Livin’ La Vida Low-Carb Show.” LISTEN AND DOWNLOAD ON ITUNES The ketogenic movement is in full force now as the hunger for more and more information about low-carb, moderate protein, high-fat diets is at an all-time high.… Continue Reading