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Thursday, May 01, 2008

'Livin' La Vida Low-Carb Show' Episode 134: Face-To-Face With Protein Power's Drs. Mike And Mary Dan Eades (Part 2)


The Eades at the 2008 Nutrition & Metabolism meeting in Phoenix

After being surrounded by a virtual who's who of low-carb royalty at the recent American Society of Bariatric Physicians and Nutrition & Metabolism Society conference in Phoenix, Arizona in early April 2008, it's now time to share a few of the interviews I conducted while I was there. I shared Part 1 of my chat with Protein Power authors Drs. Mike and Mary Dan Eades on Monday and can't wait for you to hear Part 2 today.

In Episode 134 of "The Livin' La Vida Low-Carb Show with Jimmy Moore," the Eades talk about some of the more absurd dietary delusions of one Dr. Dean Ornish, the bias that exists from people when looking at the latest scientific studies, Dr. Mike's response to the brouhaha that arose between him and Anthony Colpo a few months back, and the tortuous yet effective intermittent fasting concept. This podcast is chock full of a goldmine of content that I hope you will absorb and enjoy!

Click on the "LISTEN NOW" link below or download it to your iPod to hear Episode 134:

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I probably could have gone on for hours upon hours talking to this remarkable couple about livin' la vida low-carb. They are living legends in the world of low-carb living and I appreciated their gift of time to me so I could share their wisdom with you in these podcasts this week. THANK YOU Dr. Mike and Dr. Mary Dan for this opportunity and I hope to see you again at future Nutrition & Metabolism Society meetings.

Get amazing interviews like this one anytime by:

1. Listening at the official web site
2. Calling (818) 688-2763 to listen via Podlinez
3. Subscribing to the RSS feed
4. Going to iTunes--Click here to subscribe!

Do you have any response to what you heard from the incredible Mike and Mary Dan Eades this week? Share whatever is on your mind in the show notes section of Episode 134. Be sure to stop by the blogs of both Dr. Mary Dan Eades and Dr. Mike Eades for even more inspiration and scientific analysis of the latest research. They are low-carb national treasures.

Coming up next week on "The Livin' La Vida Low-Carb Show with Jimmy Moore" is another interview from Phoenix with biochemistry professor and co-editor of the Nutrition And Metabolism journal Dr. Richard Feinman. I did a blog interview with Dr. Feinman in 2006, but this was the first time I got to sit down with him for an audio interview. He's a fascinating intellectual and I think you'll enjoy what he has to say in next week's two-part podcast on Monday and Thursday. See you then!

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4 Comments:

Blogger Tara said...

Great interview - the egg diet is awesome!

5/02/2008 1:42 PM  
Blogger swatkins said...

The Eades always have insightful information. Their dedication to helping others become healthy - clearly comes across in all the different things they do, from books, tours, interviews. Thanks for providing us with quality interviews like this one.

5/02/2008 3:47 PM  
Blogger Amy Dungan (aka Sparky's Girl) said...

Fantastic interviews Jimmy! The Eades are two of my favorite people and I enjoyed this very much.

5/03/2008 2:49 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Thank you so much for listing the House Tofu Shirataki noodles. Although my niece, who has Juvenile Diabetes, is not on a low carb diet because it is not healthy for a growing child, and she must use insulin for the rest of her life anyway, she often cannot have the amount of pasta she likes. We do have a carb total the nutritionist does not want us to exceed per day, as well as a carb amount we should not go over for meals. I can either mix the Shiritaki noodles with regular pasta or even use alone. We also have a need for low/no carb products for snacks in between meals if she is hungry. And deserts are so very high carb sometimes that I do have a need for low carb pastries, cookies and pies . We would only use these on special occasions as it is best to discourage her sweet tooth in general. So I do hunt around on the low carb diet sites for ideas. Your site is top notch! Any noodles that are 3 grams carbs for 4 ounces will be a huge help for these children.

5/07/2008 9:06 PM  

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