'Livin' La Vida Low-Carb Show' Episode 136: Feinman Encourages Low-Carb Diabetics To Contact The ADA, Congress
The brilliant Dr. Richard Feinman with his assistant Lauri Cagnassola
Picking up where we left off in Part 1 of my interview with Dr. Richard Feinman in my series from the American Society of Bariatric Physicians and Nutrition & Metabolism Society conference in Phoenix, Arizona last month, we've got so much more to share with you today from one of the most ardent supporters of the science behind livin' la vida low-carb today.
In Episode 136 of "The Livin' La Vida Low-Carb Show with Jimmy Moore," Dr. Feinman discusses his favorite subject as it relates to carbohydrate restriction--diabetes. You'll hear the fervor in his voice as he speaks about patients sharing their low-carb success stories with the American Diabetes Association and their Congressmen, who he believes should begin immediate hearings on the subject of diabetes care in the United States. Some may think Dr. Feinman is radical for suggesting such a thing, but he may be on to something that you and I can actually help make happen.
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Now that my interview with Dr. Richard Feinman has concluded, are you inspired anew in your low-carb lifestyle and sharing it with as many people as you can? And for those of you who are diabetic, do you now see even clearer what YOU can do to make a difference on the way your disease is treated? Share your thoughts about it in the show notes section of Episode 136. I especially want to thank Dr. Feinman for the generosity of his time for this outstanding interview.
But I'm far from through with my interview series. Next week, we'll be hearing from Mary Bissell, the producer of the hit Canadian documentary My Big Fat Diet (which I have blogged about before) on Monday and then an incredibly amazing weight loss blogger named Jennette Fulda from the "Half Of Me" blog talking about her irreverently-titled, but oh-so-inspiring new book entitled Half-Assed: A Weight-Loss Memoir on Thursday. DON'T MISS IT!!!