‘Bloggeranza Week’ Interview With ‘Kelly The Kitchen Kop’

Filed under: Health — @ April 8, 2010

This is Day 3 of “Bloggeranza Week” and it’s been so much fun sharing with you the leading nutrition and health bloggers out there. We’ve already heard from Matt Stone from “180 Degree Health” and Richard Nikoley from “Free The Animal” and again today I have yet another enthusiastic health blogger to bring to you. In Episode 348 of “The Livin’ La Vida Low-Carb Show with Jimmy Moore,” we welcome Kelly The Kitchen Kop who is a passionate follower of a real whole foods way of eating after changing her life through the teachings of The Weston A. Price Foundation. Listen to her discuss why her weight change in her 30s got her to finally think about healthy eating, her concerns with trying Dr. Arthur Agatston’s The South Beach Diet, the specific criteria she uses about who to believe regarding health information, why she delayed getting into blogging about her new beliefs, why she wrote her Real Food Ingredient Guide, how her children respond to eating real food, why she’s not a food snob, what a typical day’s worth of meals look like for her and her family, why fresh food is superior to canned and processed foods, how she can afford to eat healthy, the reason she tries to keep it simple for people with the information she provides, and what her target message is with all that she is doing.

Click here to listen to Kelly who will make you just want to run out and buy some real whole foods after listening to this sweetheart mother of four from Michigan tell her story.

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