Low-Carb Physician Education Program From Dr. Mary C. Vernon Kicks Off In 2009

Filed under: Health — @ January 8, 2009

Dr. Mary C. Vernon is a low-carb fireball of energy and knowledge

“Encore Week” at my podcast show this week has been a phenomenal success with FIVE one-hour interviews featuring the best guests from such stellar guests like Gary Taubes, Dr. William Davis, Dr. James E. Carlson, Dr. Mary C. Vernon, and Dr. James LaValle sponsored by Atkins Nutritionals. The feedback for these interviews has been extremely positive as people have learned from the wisdom and experiences of these bona fide experts in the field of low-carb nutrition.

In Episode 216 of “The Livin’ La Vida Low-Carb Show with Jimmy Moore,” we hear from the incredible Dr. Mary C. Vernon, co-author of Atkins’ Diabetes Revolution, who has been a fabulous guest on my podcast show twice before–August 2008 and May 2007–and now she’s back yet again. Of all the podcast guests I’ve ever featured, Dr. Vernon is the one people consistently want to hear more from as exemplified by the questions they have for her.

In today’s podcast, she answers such topics as is low HDL be genetic, how can I approach a doctor about using a low-carb approach to health, what can be done about a high fasting blood glucose level, can saturated fat raise insulin levels, how do you motivate your clients on a low-carb plan, and so much more! You never have to worry about what Dr. Vernon thinks about an issue–she’s gonna tell you and back it up with the facts!

And don’t miss her announcement at the beginning of the podcast about a new program she and Dr. Eric Westman at Duke are implementing in 2009 to educate physicians across America about how to implement low-carb nutrition with their patients. GET INVOLVED WITH THIS PROGRAM! You can contact Dr. Vernon directly about signing up your family doctor in this program by e-mailing mvernonmd@yahoo.com. If you wanted to know how to get more doctors to start promoting livin’ la vida low-carb to their patients (like these doctors do!), then this could be just what we need to make that happen.

There are FOUR ways you can listen to Episode 216:

1. Listen and comment about the show at iTunes:

2. Listen and comment about the show at the official web site:

3. Download the MP3 file of Episode 216 [60:18m]:

4. Calling (818) 688-2763 to listen via Podlinez

Subscribe to the RSS feed or you can click on the “Subscribe” button at iTunes. If you are having trouble, then watch this video tutorial from my producer Kevin Kennedy-Spaien.

Are you a fan of my podcast and feel compelled to help spread the word to more people who need to hear it? If so, go to the iTunes page for “The Livin’ La Vida Low-Carb Show with Jimmy Moore” and leave your own comment about the podcast. How has it impacted your life? Have you learned anything from what you have heard on the show? SHARE YOUR FEEDBACK! This is the very best way to give access to the show to those who have never heard of it before. THANKS for sharing with others about my podcast and keeping low-carb on the forefront of the diet and health conversation.

How about this “Encore Week” podcast with Dr. Mary C. Vernon? Did she put to rest some of those burning questions you had about livin’ la vida low-carb? If not, then what questions are still left unanswered? Tell us what’s on your mind in the show notes section of Episode 216. Check out my “List of Low-Carb Doctors” listing for Dr. Vernon and be sure to get your own copy of Atkins’ Diabetes Revolution. And e-mail Dr. Vernon at mvernonmd@yahoo.com to get involved in helping spread the low-carb message to physicians across America in 2009 and beyond.

There’s just one more interview left in “Encore Week” and I encourage you to listen to it on Friday featuring Dr. James LaValle. I hope you’ve enjoyed all these great podcast interviews and continue to support the work we’re doing in 2009. THANKS again for listening to “Encore Week” and be sure to visit the Atkins Nutritionals sponsor link to show your appreciation to them for allowing this special week of shows.


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