Veteran health podcaster, blogger, and international bestselling author (Keto Clarity and The Ketogenic Cookbook) Jimmy Moore from "Livin' La Vida Low-Carb" discusses the current health headlines, dissect the latest medical and nutritional health research studies, and answer listener-submitted questions about the low-carb, high-fat, ketogenic diet. Submit your keto questions at KetoTalk.com.
Nancy Childress Shares Hope For Staying Keto When Struggling Towards Menopause
Guest Nancy Childress provides motivation with a positive mindset, education via collaboration with keto health experts, support for staying the course, and teaches how to eat, cook, and understand the Ketogenic Diet.
Dr. Tyna Moore On Being Brave Enough To Stand Up For What’s Right
On this episode of REAL TALK with Jimmy Moore, Jimmy welcomes Dr. Tyna Moore to talk about standing up for truth.
Lillie Kane Overcomes Childhood Trauma To Become A Vibrantly Positive Keto YouTuber
YouTube low-carber Lillie Kane discusses the adversity she has overcome in her childhood to get to where she is today in a gripping and sometimes emotional interview.
Logan Delgado Demonstrates How And Why To Live Positively And Authentically
Guest: Longtime keto OG Logan Delgado discusses the judgmental nature of the online keto community, the power of living a positive life, why being authentic in your work is crucial, and so much more!
Kelly Troup Is Bringing The Real Food Revolution To The Masses
Today, Jimmy speaks with Primal Health Coach Kelly Troup (@therealfoodrevol) who is an advocate for good healthy fats, real Whole Foods, and believes a carnivore, primal, keto lifestyle is one of the healthiest ways to eat on the planet.
Dr. Raymond Nichols Champions Taking Personal Responsibility For Your Health
Dr. Raymond Nichols is a holistic, health-minded chiropractor joining us for a conversation all about healthy living, getting in the proper mindset, and self-empowerment.
Plant-based doc dipping a toe into the world of ketosis
I am physician practicing in Canada and I have been following a plant-based diet for nearly three years. I used to cringe when I heard the word “keto”, but I have been trying to keep an open mind and have enjoyed the content in this podcast. Dr. Will Cole is obviously well informed and I respect his opinion. I am experimenting with increasing the fat in my diet while reducing the carbs to see how it makes me feel (I am hoping it will improve my energy!) My one criticism would be Jimmy calling epidemiological studies “junk science”. I hear this all the time from podcasters without a medical background and it is so frustrating. Observational studies are the foundation of science. Scientists have been learning about our environment through observation for thousands of years and through studying populations we can learn ways to approximate risk. It is true “correlation does not imply causation”, but listen people, you need to stay in Statistics 101 past the first minute of the first lecture to learn a little bit more. Good researchers over-control for confounding variables through the use of multivariate analyses and they are honest about the limitations of the studies. While randomized, double-blinded, controlled trials are the gold standard, is extremely difficult to conduct RTCs when studying diet. Try blinding study participants to whether they are eating a banana or a pork chop... it’s not easy. So as Will would put it “let’s not throw the baby out with the bath water”. Epidemiological studies are fundamental in our understanding of health, well-being, and the world around us as a whole. Thank you both for the entertaining talks and helping me stay open minded to the ketogenic lifestyle.
Dr Dan French
I loved this podcast. It shows how easily we slide into judgements and then believes. How do we take the lessons talked about in the podcast and practice them regularly and consistently.
I love listening to Jimmy and Will. Fantastic information and advice that help add to my keto lifestyle.