loader from loading.io

Dr. Adele Hite - Clinical Guidelines for Therapeutic Carbohydrate Restriction: Episode 5

LowCarbUSA Podcast

Release Date: 08/05/2019

Arthur Agatston, Inventor of the Coronary Artery Calcium Score & South Beach Diet: Ep 74 show art Arthur Agatston, Inventor of the Coronary Artery Calcium Score & South Beach Diet: Ep 74

LowCarbUSA Podcast

Arthur and his colleague Warren Janowitz, MD, a radiologist, did early work on quantifying calcium in the coronary arteries as a measure of arteriosclerosis. He is one of the developers of the electron beam tomography scan, or EBT, which are given a score on the “Agatston Scale,” to gauge the severity of the disease.

info_outline
Struggle Giving Up Bread And Chips?  There May Be A Solution: Ep 73 show art Struggle Giving Up Bread And Chips? There May Be A Solution: Ep 73

LowCarbUSA Podcast

Do you miss bread, or crunchy ships, when you adopt a ketogenic lifestyle? Uprising Foods has the solution. Their "Sour Dough" cube. is inspired by the sour dough concept allows you to make French Toast and grilled cheese and all the things you were used to pre-low carb lifestyle. Their Freedom Chips provide the sensation of crunch that so many people really desire. It took them a year to come up with something that delivered the crunch they were looking for: https://www.uprisingfood.com/

info_outline
Meditation - Stress Less, Accomplish More: Ep 72 show art Meditation - Stress Less, Accomplish More: Ep 72

LowCarbUSA Podcast

Emily Fletcher has done great things by learning about meditation in detail (including a 3 year period in India) and then developing a whole new practice which she calls the Ziva technique.  What sets the Ziva technique apart from others is the fact that it teaches us to be self sufficient and enables us to be able to do it anywhere, in an airport, on the train, anywhere (just not while we're driving).  There no reliance on funky positions or meditation apps that have become so popular these days. 

info_outline
RD Beats Anxiety And Gets Her Life Back on a Carnivore Diet : Ep 71 show art RD Beats Anxiety And Gets Her Life Back on a Carnivore Diet : Ep 71

LowCarbUSA Podcast

Michelle Hurn was a Registered Dietitian trying to qualify for the Olympic Marathon team. As her training increased everything started to shut down. She was breaking out in cold sweats and developing severe muscle pains getting to a point where she couldn't even run 2 or 3 miles. After adopting a pure carnivore diet for a month she started to feel better almost immediately and noticed that the chronic anxiety she had faced her whole life disappeared. Her book, The Dietitian's Dilemma and is a great read.

info_outline
Robb Wolf Talks About his Collaboration on the Book and Movie 'Sacred Cow': Ep 70 show art Robb Wolf Talks About his Collaboration on the Book and Movie 'Sacred Cow': Ep 70

LowCarbUSA Podcast

Robb Wolf.  talks about his most recent book and movie project, 'Sacred Cow'.  He and Diana went to great pains and have done such a magnificent job at representing the science so accurately that none of the would be haters in the vegan community have dared to try to discredit the book.

info_outline
Blinded By Sugar - Dr. James Muecke, 2020 Australian Of The Year: Ep 69 show art Blinded By Sugar - Dr. James Muecke, 2020 Australian Of The Year: Ep 69

LowCarbUSA Podcast

Dr. James Muecke, ophthalmologist and Australian of the Year for 2020, teaches we can prevent diabetic retinopathy using a low carb diet.

info_outline
Diana Rodgers on Cow Farts and Sustainable Agriculture : Ep 68 show art Diana Rodgers on Cow Farts and Sustainable Agriculture : Ep 68

LowCarbUSA Podcast

Diana Rodgers is a Registered Dietitian, a farmer, an author, a filmmaker and a mom!  We talk to her about her new book, and movie, Sacred Cow.  The book goes into the science behind her rigorous defense of the beef industry with respect to the animal cruelty argument, the fear mongering around red meat causing cancer, cow farts destroying the environment and sustainability. 

info_outline
Andrew Oswari, MD becomes one of the First to be SMHP Accredited : Ep 67 show art Andrew Oswari, MD becomes one of the First to be SMHP Accredited : Ep 67

LowCarbUSA Podcast

Two years ago, Dr. Andrew Oswari, a family medicine doctor practicing integrative medicine, now includes therapeutic carbohydrate intervention in his practice with amazing success.

info_outline
Keto Kind - Medical Grade Meal Replacement: Ep 66 show art Keto Kind - Medical Grade Meal Replacement: Ep 66

LowCarbUSA Podcast

Keto Kind is for medical practitioners who are using therapeutic carbohydrate deduction as an intervention in their practice to feel comfortable recommending to their patients to use as a convenient replacement to take to work, or to somewhere where they did not think a keto option would be available, or even just if they didn't feel like cooking. 

info_outline
Nick Norwitz Finds Keto, Solves Severe Colitis, Becomes an Advocate: Ep 65 show art Nick Norwitz Finds Keto, Solves Severe Colitis, Becomes an Advocate: Ep 65

LowCarbUSA Podcast

What a treat to spend some time with Nick Norwitz PhD.  He just graduated from Oxford with a PhD in neuro-metabolism and now he is about to embark on his MD at Harvard.  But this is not about his academic achievements, impressive as they are, rather it is about his immense battles with numerous chronic conditions that led him down the path to discovering keto. 

info_outline
 
More Episodes

Today we talk to Dr. Adele Hite about her herculean effort to co-ordinate the compilation of the document outlining Clinical Guidelines for Therapeutic Carbohydrate Restriction for us.  Once we established the panel of advisers she set about creating the draft of the document and then bouncing it off the panel over and over until we were happy that we had it to the point where it could be published.  This is a massive step towards establishing the Standard of Care for the prescription of Carbohydrate Reduction as a Therapeutic Intervention.  That has been our main focus since about April 2018 and this document is a brilliant starting point for the conversations that will eventually lead to a consensus and an SoC for practitioners using this lifestyle intervention in their practice.

What's more exciting is that we have been approached by numerous people to translate it into several different languages.  At this time we have published the Clinical Guidelines for Therapeutic Carbohydrate Restriction in German and Portuguese and Spanish, French, Dutch and Indonesian are close behind.  We envisage translation into many other languages in the future.

We plan to never insert commercials in our podcasts, but the work we do to put on these educational events, build the community and develop and maintain the Clinical Guidelines is not sustainable without your support.  Please consider becoming a patron.  Even the smallest contribution helps! Please, also, subscribe to us on Stitcher and iTunes to help us reach more people.

Support Us On Patreon