Rebecca Rovay-Hazelton Offers Low-Carb Principles In Her Book ‘Choosing Health’

Filed under: Podcast — @ November 11, 2010

In Episode 418 of “The Livin’ La Vida Low-Carb Show with Jimmy Moore,” we hear from nutrition and fitness expert Rebecca Rovay-Hazelton, author of Choosing Health: A One-Size-Doesn’t-Fit-All Guide To Diet, Exercise & Motivation, who believes in and advocates for a real whole low-carb foods approach to healthy living. Listen to Rebecca talk about how her love of dancing and concern over the weight and health of her family led her to counsel others about living healthy, how her brother’s cancer diagnosis motivated her to go back to school to study nutrition, why she created her web site, the low-carb influences on her nutritional philosophy, the delicious low-carb recipes she offers on her web site, why having alternatives to junk food is a good thing, why monolithic dietary recommendations is dead wrong, how your body will tell you when you feeding it properly, the negative self-talk that people engage in when they begin a new dietary program, the importance of using the SMART goal system, the three stages of going through change, why gyms are so packed after the New Year, what’s wrong with the mass-marketed grain-fed meats, the alleged inaccessibility to get pastured and grass-fed foods, what “metabolic typing” is about, how to determine which of the three metabolic types you are, what the “best” carbs are and why they are important to eat, how the body is able to produce plenty of glucose in their body without consuming carbohydrates, why fats (even saturated fats) are so vital to a healthy diet and the changing tide that’s happening, the misunderstood role of protein in a low-carb diet, why soy is not an optimal protein source, and how the highly-processed soybean made into tofu has been so genetically modified to make it an unhealthy option because they’re not a natural food.

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