‘Livin’ La Vida Low-Carb Show’ Episode 399: Paleo Nutrition & Fitness Expert Nell Stephenson
Posted Sep 07 2010 8:59am
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In Episode 399 of “The Livin’ La Vida Low-Carb Show with Jimmy Moore,” I’m pleased to share with you an interview with Paleo nutrition and fitness expert named Nell Stephenson . I found out about Nell through one of your fellow podcast listeners who asked me, “Have you heard of Nell Stephenson?” As it turns out, no I hadn’t–but I have now! What a delightful find she was and I am thrilled to share her with you today. Listen to Nell share about her passion for physical activity since the age of 4, her love for running in triathlons, the influence her mom had on what “healthy” nutrition is, her journey from working as a personal trainer in a gym to working with clients on her own, the parasite that led her to learning about Paleolithic nutrition for health, her personal discovery that wheat, legumes, and dairy were causing more harm than good, the lessons she learned from Dr. Loren Cordain’s Paleo Diet, the amazing endurance she’s felt eating Paleo during ironman competitions, why there is no such thing as a one-size-fits-all diet, how you can do Paleo nutrition incorrectly, the importance of getting the proper balance of macronutrients, a sample menu of what she eats in a day, why she chooses to eat egg whites instead of the whole egg, how she trains clients to achieve the fitness goals they desire, the percentage of ironman competitors who use low-carb Paleo nutrition to fuel their body, the various customized nutritional plans she uses with clients, and her motivation to start blogging on a regular basis. You’ll quickly see why Nell is so beloved by her clients around the world when you listen to her interview today.
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What did you think about what you heard from Nell Stephenson? Share your response to what you heard in the show notes section of Episode 399 . Visit her official web site at NellStephenson.com and her accompanying blog to learn more about this world-class athlete who just so happens to use Paleo nutrition to fuel her body. Coming up on Thursday we are super-excited to reach a major milestone in the history of “The Livin’ La Vida Low-Carb Show” podcast–400 EPISODES! We’ll have some of your fellow listeners share how the podcast has impacted their lives over the past few years. It will be a memorable episode for sure. And don’t forget about my brand new interview with New York Times science writer Gary Taubes about his much-anticipated December 28, 2010 release of Why We Get Fat And What To Do About It coming up in Episode 401 on Monday, September 13, 2010. So many of you have been asking when Gary is coming back to the show and it’s now less than a week away! DON’T MISS THIS ONE!!!
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