Dr. Scott Rigden says low-carb is PERFECT for the "carb-sensitive"
It's sad that today is my 8th and final podcast interview with a bariatric physician from the American Society of Bariatric Physicians (ASBP) obesity conference in Nashville, Tennessee last month. But Dr. Scott Rigden out of Chandler, Arizona brings an end to the series of interviews with a bang by promoting livin' la vida low-carb as a means for weight loss and improved health.
In case you missed any of the previous ASBP interviews, here they are:
- Dr. Mary Vernon
- Dr. Denise Bruner
- Dr. Eric Westman
- Dr. Kurt Kraft
- Dr. Joan Temmerman
- Dr. Larry Richardson
- Dr. Mike Kennedy
Tune in today and learn from Dr. Rigden in Episode 64 of "The Livin' La Vida Low-Carb Show with Jimmy Moore":
As a long-time bariatric physician over the past three decades, Dr. Rigden has seen all the weight loss trends come and go. But when it comes down to a healthy dietary approach to dealing with obesity, he knows that the low-carb lifestyle fits the bill and will help the overweight and obese shed the pounds and get their life back!
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Do you have any reaction to Dr. Rigden's weight loss approach? It's very methodical and purposeful to treat the cause rather than the symptom. Tell me what you think about Dr. Rigden today.
Now that the bariatric physicians interviews are done, we'll be getting back to topical-based podcast shows on Mondays and Thursdays again. Let me know if there are any specific issues you would like for me to address in future podcasts and we'll do our best to get to those. E-mail me your suggestions at email@example.com.
Incidentally, I have been invited to the ASBP obesity conference in Las Vegas, Nevada this fall, so perhaps we'll have more interviews to share again later this year. Plus, I have a few surprise interviews in store for you in the coming months...KEEP LISTENING! :)