Thursday, June 26, 2008

'Livin' La Vida Low-Carb Show' Episode 153: Atkins Diet Expert Jackie Eberstein (Part 2)

Jackie Eberstein answers YOUR questions about the Atkins diet

If you missed Part 1 of my podcast interview with Jackie Eberstein, then you really need to go back and take a listen. She is the foremost authority on the Atkins nutritional approach today having worked alongside the late great Dr. Robert C. Atkins for nearly 30 years and continues extending his legendary low-carb legacy at her fabulous "Controlled Carbohydrate Nutrition" web site long after his death. Jackie is a real asset to the low-carb community and I am thrilled to have had the chance to share just a few short moments of her with you this week.

In Episode 153 of "The Livin' La Vida Low-Carb Show with Jimmy Moore," we pick up with Part 2 of my interview with Jackie and she continues answering questions from readers and listeners about the Atkins low-carb lifestyle. When you've been around patients for as long as Jackie has seeing many of them going through all the ups and the downs that come from any weight loss and health experience, you get a sense for how to help people when they run into difficulty during their own low-carb journey. She hopes through this podcast interview that people will be encouraged to know that they are doing something positive for the sake of their long-term health by being on Atkins.

Click on the "LISTEN NOW" link below or download it to your iPod to hear Episode 153:

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Jackie Eberstein gets into the nitty gritty of Atkins low-carb living in today's portion of the interview talking about inflammation, the criticisms of low-carb, the perfect way to combat metabolic syndrome, her work with Dr. Jay Wortman and filmmaker Mary Bissell on the low-carb documentary called My Big Fat Diet, and what she is doing on her web site as well as The Veronica Atkins Foundation web site to share the TRUTH about what the Atkins diet is REALLY all about.

If you have never been to Jackie's site, then you have to look at her responses to the Atkins myths, her recap of what the Atkins lifestyle is all about, and stay up-to-date on all the latest low-carb research. This is the kind of information that has unfortunately been removed from the Atkins Nutritionals web site in recent years, so Jackie is helping to restore this information for the benefit of those people looking for reliable information about this healthy way of eating.

Go back and listen to interviews like Jackie Eberstein 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!

Jackie Eberstein is one of the most intriguing podcast interview subjects I've ever had on my show and I'm glad you were able to hear from this amazing woman with so much knowledge about the Atkins diet. In fact, she's agreed to come back as a regular guest to answer your questions for her about the Atkins low-carb approach. Go ahead and start sending me your questions via voicemail by calling (206) 202-6516 or by e-mail at Then we’ll have Jackie answer them in an future podcast. Here's your opportunity to have ANY question about livin' la vida low-carb answered by a REAL expert.

What did you think about my interview with Jackie Eberstein? Did what she say make sense to you and were you helped at all by the things she shared? Tell us what you thought about it in the show notes section of Episode 153. Be sure to check out her "Controlled Carbohydrate Nutrition" web site as well as the book she co-wrote with Dr. Mary C. Vernon entitled Atkins' Diabetes Revolution to learn more about the work Jackie is doing to further the Atkins low-carb message to the masses. And if you'd like to meet her in person, then go sign up for The 2nd Annual Low-Carb Cruise coming up in January 2009. Jackie will be there along with Dr. Jonny Bowden, Dr. Eric Westman, low-carb recipe author Dana Carpender, and many others (yep, I'm going too!). :D

Don't you dare miss next week's podcast interviews with Cassandra Forsythe, author of Women's Health Perfect Body Diet on Monday and the "Diet Detective" Charles Stuart Platkin on Thursday. You're gonna enjoy these and I've got plenty more coming in July, including Christin Sherburne talking about life after being the Kimkins cover girl of Woman's World magazine one year later, Dana Carpender, Dr. Jonny Bowden, Colette Heimowitz from Atkins Nutritionals to talk about the changes happening there, and my follow-up interview with Dr. Keith Berkowitz answering your questions about reactive hypoglycemia. THANKS so much for listening to "The Livin' La Vida Low-Carb Show with Jimmy Moore."

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Blogger Jennifer said...

Excellent interview and very interesting! I enjoyed listening to Jackie and your leading questions were great, Jimmy. She is so very articulate and knows a lot about a number of subjects. I'm going to start taking a probiotic daily, just as she does. I've just done a post on Candida, so that was an interesting talk. Also, her thoughts on saturated fat and inflammation, and Diabetes 3 (Alzheimer's). She looks amazing too! :-) Your blog and podcasts are such fun! I'm addicted. Thanks a lot!! ;-)

6/28/2008 10:55 PM  
Blogger Jimmy Moore said...

THANKS Jennifer! Jackie will be doing regular podcast updates every month or so to answer reader questions, so I'm happy to have her on our side. :D I appreciate your support!

6/28/2008 10:57 PM  
Blogger Jennifer said...

That's great! I look forward to listening to those as well as some of the others you mentioned that are coming up soon. You're welcome re the support. :-) You deserve the support of the low-carb community.

6/28/2008 11:12 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I don't see this episode on ITunes. Am I missing it? I listen to all your Podcasts on my IPod while driving to work!

6/30/2008 2:20 PM  
Blogger Jimmy Moore said...

THANKS Cindy! I've alerted my producer about this. In the meantime, you can access the interview at my podcast show web site. :)

6/30/2008 2:23 PM  

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