‘Livin’ La Vida Low-Carb Show’ Episode 340: Tracey Rollison Delivers Healthy Low-Carb ‘Good Life Menus
Posted Mar 16 2010 3:24pm
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Tracey Rollison helps you slow down and learn to cook healthy low-carb menus
We all live busy lives and are constantly hustling and bustling to do this, that, and everything else. It’s been that way since I was a kid in the 1980s, but it wasn’t that many decades ago when families actually sat down together to eat meals in the dining room together. What happened to those “good old days?” Well, when you desire to live healthy like those of us on the low-carb lifestyle, it is a necessity to add homemade, fresh, local, low-carb meals with real, whole foods that taste good and are good for you. Today’s podcast interview guest is now providing an amazing low-carb menu service that will help you do just that!
In Episode 340 of “The Livin’ La Vida Low-Carb Show with Jimmy Moore,” we hear from Tracey Rollison who created a low-carb menu planning service called “Good Life Menus.” She realizes most people are utterly clueless about how to cook good meals on your low-carb life. We’re such a fast-food-focused society that the art of made from scratch healthy low-carb food is archaic. Listen to Tracey talk about how her allergy to mold as a child impacted her diet growing up, how she found the low-carb diet, the effect of her third pregnancy on her metabolism, why she started her low-carb menu planning business, what’s wrong with other so-called low-carb menu services, how she got so frustrated looking for the service she now provides and why she decided to take the plunge and do it herself, why she decided to stick with foods people could recognize and use all of, whether this menus plan is easy enough for novice cooks to do, her aversion to soy and artificial sweeteners in her menus, how she keeps her menu preparation and cooking time to less than 20 minutes, the color-coded grocery shopping list, why her menus don’t contain grains, high-glycemic foods, or fake foods, how they can sign up for her menus service, and what the feedback from kids are to these menus. If you struggle with coming up with healthy low-carb menus, then let Tracey Rollison help you out with her “Good Life Menus” meal planning service.
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What did you think about the low-carb menu planning service from Tracey Rollison? Talk about what your reaction to it in the show notes section of Episode 340 . Check out GoodLifeMenus.com if you need help with YOUR low-carb menu planning. Coming up on Thursday, I’ve got a very special 15-minute interview with The Vegetarian Myth author Lierre Keith who was attacked with a cayenne pepper pie on Saturday to let her respond to those who assaulted her. She has some eye-opening comments to make about what happened both before and after the incident that you will want to hear. Then the primary interview is with Susan Siljander from GrassrootsHealth who tells us about the work her company is doing with educating the public about the benefits of Vitamin D. They have a public health project called D-Action which brings together the best and brightest scientists examining Vitamin D to educate the public, regularly test real people, and do a long-term study on this all-important hormone. Make it a point to listen to this podcast on Thursday!