Jimmy Moore Talks About Helping Others and Cholesterol Clarity with Dean Dywer

Cholesterol Clarity

Jimmy Moore, author of the soon-to-be-released book Cholesterol Clarity, was recently interviewed by Dean Dywer for his Make Shift Happen podcast. Dean interviews Jimmy about making a difference, being transparent and the truth behind those cholesterol numbers.

Slater’s 50/50 Restaurant: It’s about the bacon

Slater's 50/50 Restaurant

Slater’s 50/50 Restaurant: The first thing you notice as the food arrives is a steak knife stabbed through the heart of each meal, standing upright and proud. As if it were a message from the chef: “Here’s your damn burger, enjoy.” What a statement! And the only way to back up a statement like is with a great meal.

Teen Health – Making Healthy Low Carb Changes

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As a fourteen year old girl who’s trying to eat healthy, my adventure has had some bumps and rough trials. I’ve done well for a while, then fallen back into the tasty evil world of sugar and starches. Now you may be thinking “Why would a young girl be worried about these kinds of things instead of focusing on boys, or the next party she’s going to? ” I don’t think about boys and parties to begin with, and my {Read full article}

You’re Invited to P3 & BaconPalooza at Polyface Farm September 7-8, 2013

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You’re Invited to P3 & BaconPalooza at Polyface Farm Sept 7-8, 13 in Swoope, VA. Celebrate the mission and vision of the Farm-to-Consumer Legal Defense Fund as everywhere evidenced at the amazing Polyface Farm.

Dana Carpender & Andrew DiMino On The Livin’ La Vida Low-Carb Show with Jimmy Moore Podcast

Dana Carpender & Andrew DiMino of CarbSmart

Dana Carpender and Andrew DiMino were proud to be guests on Episode 688 of “The Livin’ La Vida Low-Carb Show with Jimmy Moore” podcast. Dana & Andrew discussed CarbSmart.com, CarbSmart Magazine & Fat Fast Cookbook.

Bad Things Can Come in Small Packages, Too

CarbSmart Magazine October 2013

The amount of sugar (or really glucose, technically speaking) is tightly regulated in the human bloodstream. A normal blood sugar (glucose) is under 100 mg/dL, and when the sugar rises to between 100 mg/dL to 125 mg/dL the serious medical conditions of glucose intolerance, pre-diabetes are diagnosed. Once above 125 mg/dL diabetes is diagnosed. As more research is done, the optimal blood glucose number goes lower and lower. The bottom line is you want to keep the blood sugar as low as you can for optimal health.