Sep 21, 2015
British dietitian who supports low-carb, high-fat diets Trudi Deakin is our guest today in Episode 1009 of “The Livin’ La Vida Low-Carb Show.”
It's 2015 and the fear of saturated fat is still going strong despite overwhelming evidence showing it is such a healthy part of a nutrient-dense diet. For a dietitian from the UK who specializes in helping people with diabetes named Trudi Deakin, she is sharing this fact with her clients assuring them the negative information about saturated fat on health is just plain wrong. Trudy is the Chief Executive at X-PERT Health specialising in the research, development, implementation and audit of structured education for the public and healthcare professionals internationally to teach others on the front lines of patient education about what the latest science is showing regarding saturated fat in the diet. She's the author of a book about it entitled Eat Fat: A Step by Step Guide to Low-Carb Living and has been getting some amazing mainstream attention for her work, including this Daily Mail column.
Listen in as Jimmy and Trudi talk about the continuing myths about saturated fat that persist, why people erroneously think carbohydrates are essential, how the presence of ketones in the body is not dangerous, what we can do to better educate the public about nutrition and health, the major differences between using nutrition vs. medical management for treating Type 2 diabetes, and so much more. ENJOY!
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- Trudi Deakin at X-PERT Health Diabetes Education
- Eat Fat: A Step by Step Guide to Low-Carb Living
- Daily Mail column: 'My diet is 82% FAT and I've never been healthier', dietitian claims - as research shows it's carbs that fuelling the obesity and diabetes epidemic
- Are Some Diets Mass Murder?