Dr. James LaValle Promotes Low-Carb Diet For Healthy Living

Filed under: Health — @ January 9, 2009

Dr. Jim LaValle rounds out “Encore Week” with a great interview

I’m sad to see “Encore Week” has come to a close today at my podcast show, but what a week it has been! We’ve presented FIVE one-hour interviews featuring the best guests of 2008, including Gary Taubes, Dr. William Davis, Dr. James E. Carlson, Dr. Mary C. Vernon, and Dr. James LaValle. This special week of shows was sponsored by Atkins Nutritionals. I look forward to doing this again in 2010 with the best of the best in 2009. It’s gonna be a FANTASTIC year!

In Episode 217 of “The Livin’ La Vida Low-Carb Show with Jimmy Moore,” the last but not least interview of “Encore Week” is with Dr. James LaValle from the LaValle Metabolic Institute who talks with us about such topics as taking control of your health, how health needs change as we age, gluten sensitivity, behaviors that cause carb cravings, sleeplessness, vitamin D insufficiency and so much more! If you missed my May 2008 interview with Dr. LaValle, then be sure to go back and take a listen. That interview actually inspired Dr. LaValle’s own brother to start livin’ la vida low-carb and lose 90 pounds over the past six months. WOW! Enjoy this sixty minutes of information and inspiration for your healthy low-carb lifestyle.

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Did you enjoy my “Encore Week” podcast interview with Dr. James LaValle? Have you learned something from him or any of the other guests this week that you will be applying in your own health regimen? Reveal the lessons you’ve gleaned this week in the show notes section of Episode 217. Check out my “List of Low-Carb Doctors” listing for Dr. LaValle and access the e-book version of his Metabolic Code Diet at Total Health Breakthroughs. Be looking for Dr. LaValle’s book to release in mid-2009.

That’s it for “Encore Week” and I appreciate all the e-mails and feedback so many of you have shared with me about this week. This went so well that I will DEFINITELY be doing it again next January and possibly extending it to the Top 10 interviews of 2009. So as you are listening to the interviews this year, be keeping a mental list of who your favorite ones were so when it comes time to vote for the best you’d like to hear more from you’ll be ready.

I wanted to share one more BIG THANKS to Atkins Nutritionals for sponsoring this week’s special edition of “The Livin’ La Vida Low-Carb Show with Jimmy Moore.” Providing quality interviews like these at no charge to the listeners is difficult to do without our business partners who are willing to make it all possible. Show your support to Atkins Nutritionals by going to their web site and downloading a $1 off coupon. I can’t wait to see what happens in 2009 and look forward to sharing it all with you. Thank you for listening!


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