It’s Thursday and that means another action-packed episode of the realest talk on the internet–Real Talk with Jimmy Moore and Dr. Will Cole. Dr. Cole is taking a few weeks off so today Jimmy is joined by Dr. Carolyn Ross.
“Each new generation tries to excuse abuse when we realize that a lot of times it is generational in nature.”
- Jimmy Moore
“It’s unusual for people to do the hard work to deal with trauma in their life.”
- Dr. Carolyn Ross
Dr. Carolyn Coker Ross is a nationally known author, speaker, expert and pioneer in the use of Integrative Medicine for the treatment of Eating Disorders, Obesity and Addictions. She is the former head of the eating disorders program at Sierra Tucson. Dr. Ross consults with treatment centers around the country to help them develop successful eating disorder programs with the focus on treating dually diagnosed eating disorder clients.
She currently has a private practice in Denver and San Diego specializing in treating eating disorders, addictions, and obesity.
Listen in today to hear this fascinating conversation between Jimmy and Dr. Ross as they peel back the layers of childhood trauma and look at how these early experiences tend to affect people well into adulthood.
For more information: www.carolynrossmd.com and www.findingyouranchor.com.
It’s Thursday and that means another action-packed episode of the realest talk on the internet–Real Talk with Jimmy Moore and Dr. Will Cole. Dr. Cole is taking a few weeks off so today Jimmy is joined by Primal Play creator Darryl Edwards.
“When we first met Crossfit and others were popular, focusing on elite athletes. I connected with your work because you focused on people like me, regular people.”
– Jimmy Moore
“One of the downsides of this aspirational attitude on social media is that we only see success and not the real-life struggles that people have.”
– Darryl Edwards
After almost two decades working as a technologist in investment banking, and suffering from chronic lifestyle disease, Darryl Edwards from PrimalPlay.com transformed his health after adopting an ancestral model to well-being. Darryl now advises people on maintaining a healthy lifestyle – amidst the epidemic of obesity and other chronic lifestyle diseases. As the founder of the PRIMAL PLAY methodology, he makes functional fitness activity fun, effective and engaging while getting individuals healthier, fitter and stronger in the process. He specializes in working with children from 4 to 94 – fitness for those who hate to exercise – as well as for those who love it but relish a new challenge.
Listen in today as Jimmy and Darryl talk about staying healthy while locked down during this pandemic, as well as Darryl’s thoughts on the current state of race relations.
It’s Thursday and that means another action-packed episode of the realest talk on the internet–Real Talk with Jimmy Moore and Dr. Will Cole. Dr. Cole is taking a few weeks off so today Jimmy is joined by Dani Hamilton to talk about everything from PCOS to counting macros.
“Write down your response to eating at certain places. Use that to make better choices the next time.”
– Dani Hamilton
“We can’t really address any of the elephants in the room until we deal with the fact that this is insulin resistance.”
– Jimmy Moore
Dani Hamilton (@daniellehamiltonhealth) was a typical kid with a sweet tooth. In 2012, in an effort to improve her health, she adopted a real food, paleo diet. She saw huge improvements with her health but after a stressful period in her life, she started gaining weight, getting cystic acne, and she lost her period.
She realized she had PCOS and that the PCOS was a hormonal imbalance that caused weight gain and weight loss resistance, cystic acne, and missed periods. No matter how “healthy” she ate, and no matter how much she worked out, she couldn’t drop a pound and actually seemed to be gaining. she tried to balance her hormones and increase her progesterone but nothing seemed to be working. She was crushed.
After graduating as an NTP, she decided that her mission is to help women discover and improve their blood sugar issues. Research suggests that 1 out of 3 adults has prediabetes. Of this group, 9 out of 10 don’t know they have it. 29.1 million people in the United States have diabetes, but 8.1 million may be undiagnosed and unaware of their condition.
Listen in as Jimmy chats with Dani about her incredible story of overcoming her health issues and how she is using that story to empower people everyday.
It’s Thursday and that means another action-packed episode of the realest talk on the internet–Real Talk with Jimmy Moore and Dr. Will Cole. Dr. Cole is taking a few weeks off so today Jimmy is joined by Dr. Cecily Anne to talk about fasting and pregnancy.
“We can all agree that we should avoid alcohol and drugs while pregnant, but because sugar and refined carbohydrates are so common, it’s difficult to talk about the negative effects of this food.”
- Dr. Cecily Anne
“I have a theory; fasting fits nicely with just about every diet plan.”
- Jimmy Moore
Dr. Cecily Anne Clark-Ganheart, MD, FACOG is a maternal-fetal and obesity medicine physician and speaker, located in the Kansas City Area. She became interested in obesity medicine after her struggles with weight loss. Like many of you, Dr. Cecily Anne would experience temporary weight loss, only to regain much of what she lost.
At the time of the birth of her second son, she reached her highest adult weight of 264 pounds. That was in 2014. After that time, she had multiple attempts at weight loss. Dr. Cecily Anne reached a weight of 202 pounds through an employer-sponsored weight loss program at the time. However, the weight began to return, though she followed the plan.
In 2017, Dr. Cecily Anne came across a book recommendation, entitled, The Obesity Code by Dr. Jason Fung. It discussed intermittent fasting and presented obesity as a disease, rather than a lack of will power. The next book I read was Deep Nutrition by Dr. Cate Schanahan, which talked about a more ancestral approach to eating involving whole, real foods.
Listen in today as Jimmy is joined by Dr. Cecily Anne as they talk all about the topic of fasting, especially as it intersects with pregnancy and how weight loss factors in. This is a REAL TALK you definitely don’t want to miss!
It’s Thursday and that means another action-packed episode of the realest talk on the internet–Real Talk with Jimmy Moore and Dr. Will Cole. Dr. Cole is taking a few weeks off so today Jimmy is joined by Dr. Ted Naiman to talk about the controversial topic of protein consumption.
“I tried replicate my protein experiment from last year, and once again I had a horrible case of hypoglycemia. We have to find ways to bring protein into balance.”– Jimmy Moore
“If you’re overfat and you try to do the same things as people that are naturally thin, you will probably not have the same results.”– Dr. Ted Naiman
Ted Naiman is a board-certified Family Medicine physician in the department of Primary Care at a leading major medical center in Seattle. His research and medical practice are focused on the practical implementation of diet and exercise for health optimization. He has an undergraduate degree in mechanical engineering and an addiction to Ultimate Frisbee. He is a pro-level bassist in his spare time.
Listen in today as Jimmy welcomes co-host Dr. Ted Naiman to talk about the proper balance of protein VS. fat, and maybe even small portions of carbohydrate in your diet. Especially in the Keto community, the arguments about protein vs. fat, and their proper place in the human diet has been the source of many an argument, but does it have to be that way? Are the theories about macro balance we spout set in stone for everyone? Find out in this explosive and sometimes controversial special episode of REAL TALK!