Brandy and Alexis have another fun device to share with patients. But first, Alexis tests the device out herself and performs a sugar experiment that ends in some unusual results. Do Low carb or Keto lifestyles affect your blood sugar differently than the Standard American Diet? And are CGM’s (Continuous Glucose Monitors) the next health tracker? Alexis and Brandy certainly hope so. Write us your thoughts at firstname.lastname@example.org or tweet us @ffspodcast_
Brandy, Brad and Alexis spend some time with the King of alternative sweeteners Thom King. He shares his story of how Keto helped him stop yo-yoing his weight and develop a product to share with the world.
Bradley Butterfield, Partner and Behavioral Psychotherapist at ThreeHealth joins us for a conversation we all have been forced to have with the people we live with. Now that we spend much more time at home it is important to discuss the lifestyle changes we have made in pursuit of better health and how our partners in real life can help us make better decisions together.
Brandy and Alexis talk about regenerative agriculture and repairing the land. Discussing a recent documentary by Emmy Award Winning Documentarian John Chester, featuring his wife Molly and their journey from city life to a sustainable future on the farm.
Brandy and Alexis explore Fat: A documentary, a recently released film about how our dietary guidelines came to be and what has or hasn’t changed in the past century. Vinnie Tortorich guides us through the food and fitness industry and why we have only continued to get heavier and sicker despite all of the recommendationsContinue reading “Ep 33 “Fat: A Documentary””
Brandy and Alexis interview founder and CEO of LowcarbUSA, Doug Reynolds. He shares his journey to a low carb and eventually a Ketogenic diet. Doug brings together people from around the world who support and advocate for a low carb lifestyle in an effort to heal the world through food.