Monday, May 19, 2008

'Livin' La Vida Low-Carb Show' Episode 139: Talking Low-Carb With Gary Taubes (Part 1)

Gary Taubes sat down with me in Phoenix, AZ to discuss low-carb

One of the most influential voices in the diet and health arena this decade isn't a doctor, researcher, clinician, dietitian, fitness buff, or any of the other so-called "experts" that we usually hear from as it relates to this subject. Nope, it's none of them and instead is, of all things, an American journalist named Gary Taubes. Unless you've been living under a rock for the past year, then you should be very well aware of Taubes and his bestselling book about the unique role of carbohydrates as the root cause for obesity and most diseases called Good Calories, Bad Calories which continues and expands upon the ideas he wrote about in his infamous 2002 New York Times op-ed piece "What If It's All Been A Big Fat Lie?"

In Episode 139 of "The Livin' La Vida Low-Carb Show with Jimmy Moore," you'll hear from Taubes himself in an interview I conducted with him in April 2008 at the American Society of Bariatric Physicians and Nutrition & Metabolism conference in Phoenix, Arizona. Gary is a very personable gentleman who has been dedicating himself to the research behind diet and disease for many years and have decided to dive head first into the debate and arena of ideas surrounding nutrition and health. This is a man on a mission as you will hear in Part 1 of my podcast interview with him today and then in Part 2 on Thursday.

Click on the "LISTEN NOW" link below or download it to your iPod to hear Episode 139:

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Gary Taubes has been traveling around the nation giving a rather succinct lecture on the basic tenets of what he wanted to convey with his book. If you haven't seen the lecture, then you really should check it out for yourself because it is well worth the 72-minute investment of your time to listen to what this man has to say. As he revealed in today's segment, Taubes hopes to convince his publisher to allow him to create a more user-friendly book out of that lecture for the sake of clarity and understandability by those of us who are not medically inclined (which was the primary audience of Good Calories Bad Calories).

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So what do you think so far? Gary Taubes could literally talk on and on for hours about this subject which encompasses so much of his life right now and we need more people like him out there vocalizing what you and I have seen happen in our own lives since we started livin' la vida low-carb. This isn't some dangerous "fad" diet which we've been led to believe by the media and the "experts"--it's a life-changing event that could literally save the lives of millions more if it weren't so vilified. That's why Taubes wrote his book and is lecturing about this so fervently.

Talk about what you heard in Part 1 of the Taubes interview in the show notes section of Episode 139. If you happened to miss any of my blog posts about Gary Taubes and Good Calories, Bad Calories, then you can see them all in one place by clicking here. You can also provide us with your audio feedback about this interview by calling (206) 202-6516.

A special CONGRATULATIONS to Justin Wallraven, Maya, and Steve Whitley for being my three winners of the hit Canadian low-carb documentary called My Big Fat Diet. Last Monday I conducted a giveaway during Episode 137 by requesting a brief essay explaining how a high-fat, low-carb diet has transformed and changed your life forever. There were lots and lots of entries, so THANK YOU to everyone who tried to win. Keep listening for more chances to win FREE STUFF in the future. I appreciate your support! :)

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Blogger JD said...

Would you comment on why you chose IF versus an Atkins fat fast to break your stall?

5/20/2008 2:56 PM  
Blogger Jimmy Moore said...

Sure! The fat fast is for people who are metabolically-resistant to traditional low-carb diets. It can break through when nothing else has worked. However, low-carb HAS worked for me. That's why IF is a better option for me. We'll see how it goes. :)

5/20/2008 4:17 PM  

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