Monthly Archives: July 2018

Episode #264: Q&A From Facebook Live

Description: Host Brad Kearns records this podcast as a Facebook Live for the Keto Reset Facebook Group, hitting some very complex and thoughtful questions from the email inbox and taking some questions on the fly from Facebook Live participants. One longtime chronic exerciser/carb addict struggled with the initial foray into keto, so it’s time to back off, recalibrate, be patient—and get stuff handled in the exercise, sleep and stress management categories. Another question wonders if the Keto Reset Mastery Course is worth it? (yeah mon, broaden your horizons, deepen your education!). Discussion ensues about leptin resistance, what it is and can you test for it? At the end, a question about Vitamin D gets Brad revved up for a full discourse on the importance of regular, strategic sun exposure, how diet is an insignificant contributor to Vitamin D needs, how skin cancer prevention strategies are misguided, how Vitamin D experts believe the “normal” range cited by mainstream medicine is too low, and how low Vitamin D (an epidemic in today’s indoor dominant lifestyle) greatly increases your cancer risk. Expose large skin surface areas of your body to direct sun during times of day and year of peak solar intensity in your area…or else!!

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Episode #263: Tania Teschke: The Liver Show!

Bordeaux Kitchen author Tania Teschke returns to the show to detail some important matters relating to consuming the most nutrient-dense diet possible. Tania and host Brad Kearns discuss Brian McAndrew’s observation that vegetarianism/veganism might be effective for a small percentage of people with distinct genetic attributes–and how these folks might be the ones who are evangelizing! There is also some conjecture that veganism works because any departure from Standard American Diet with junk food and oxidized oils will improve health, but that over time a diet restricting animal foods can result in depletion and health problems.

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Episode #262: The Fantastic Four Keto Show

Description: Join this dynamic roundtable of kool keto kids Brad Kearns (co-author of Keto Reset Diet and Instagram @bradkearns1), Brian McAndrew (KetoReset.com success story, the filmmaker and audio master for all primal content, and Instagram @wholedoods), Layla McGowan (co-author of Keto Reset Instant Pot Cookbook and Instagram @strong.and.wellfed), and Dr. Lindsay Taylor (co-author of Keto Reset Instant Pot Cookbook and Keto Reset Cookbook and Instagram @theusefuldish) 

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Episode #260: Layla McGowan

Description: This week, host Lindsay Taylor sits down with her coauthor on The Keto Reset Instant Pot Cookbook, Layla McGowan. Layla shares her 10+ year journey from vegetarian to keto. As an avid strength athlete, Layla had trained and (mis)fueled herself into a variety of health issues that she has resolved with the help of a low-carb, nutrient-dense diet. She shares how keto fits with the traditional Korean foods of her childhood and how she currently eats to fuel her physical pursuits. Check out Layla’s enviable food photos and even more impressive feats in the gym on Instagram @strong.and.wellfed, and find her in the Keto Reset Facebook Group, where she is one of our expert moderators.

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Episode #259: Dr. Erin Fall Haskell

Elle Russ Chat with Dr. Erin Fall Haskell (“Dr. Erin”) – the creator and host of Good Morning LaLa Land.  She has been featured on the cover of magazines, radio, and ‘as seen on’ NBC, CBS, FOX, and ABC. She is the author of Awakening: A 40-Day Guide to Unleashing Your Spiritual Powers, Life’s Purpose, and Manifesting Your Dreams! Her mission is to awaken a billion people globally to their divinity while teaching them how to reprogram their subconscious, align with their personal truth and universal laws, and create a daily spiritual practice.
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