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January 20 2014

09:10

Denise Minger Brings To Light The Shoddy Science Of Nutrition

Nutritional health writer, lecturer, and book author Denise Minger is our special guest host in Episode 766 of “The Livin’ La Vida Low-Carb Show.” LISTEN AND DOWNLOAD AT ITUNES Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 38:39 — 31.2MB) Jimmy Moore is still away from his hosting chair over the next few months while he’s hard at work on writing his next book Keto Clarity set to release on August 5, 2014. This week he will be finishing up the raw recording of his bestselling 2013 book Cholesterol Clarity for the soon-to-be-released audiobook version. We’ll give you full details when that will be available for download to your listening device. But we haven’t left you hanging while Jimmy is away–we continue with the fabulous guest hosts on Mondays and Tuesdays as well as digging through the treasure trove of archived audio for the rebroadcast on Wednesdays of an LLVLC Show Classic. Today’s guest host is someone who has been deep in hibernation researching and writing her book for the past few years. But the long-awaited release of Death by Food Pyramid: How Shoddy Science, Sketchy Politics and Shady Special Interests Have Ruined Our Health by the super-smart former vegan and savvy nutritional health advocate Denise Minger from the “Raw Food SOS” blog is over and the book is ready to rock the health world. Anyone who knows Denise Minger realizes she leaves no stone unturned in keeping the scientific integrity of everything she writes about. Listen in as she shares about the forces that overrode common sense and solid science to launch a food pyramid phenomenon that bled far beyond U.S. borders to taint the eating habits of the entire modern world, how generations of flawed pyramids and plates endure as part of the national consciousness, and how the “one-size-fits-all” diet mentality these icons convey pushes us deeper into the throes of obesity and disease. And you’ll hear it all from the woman herself as she sits in the guest-hosting chair sharing her inspiration and wisdom from this stunning and controversial new book! TRY THE NEW DOUBLE CHOCOLATE CHUNK QUEST BAR NOTICE OF DISCLOSURE: http://cmp.ly/3VITAMIN K2 AND D3 OLIVE OIL-BASED SOFTGEL NOTICE OF DISCLOSURE: http://cmp.ly/3LINKS MENTIONED IN EPISODE 766 - SUPPORT OUR SPONSOR: NEW Double Chocolate Chunk Quest Protein Bars - SUPPORT OUR SPONSOR: Leaner Living’s new K2/K3 Combo supplement - Denise Minger bio - Death by Food Pyramid: How Shoddy Science, Sketchy Politics and Shady Special Interests Have Ruined Our Health - FREE SAMPLE of the first 26 page of Death By Food Pyramid - Denise’s “Raw Food SOS” blog - Denise’s blog post: “I Made A Book” - Mark Sisson’s blog post announcement about Denise’s book: “Introducing Death By Food Pyramid“ - RELATED BLOG POST: 2012 Low-Carb Cruise Lecture: Denise Minger - RELATED PODCAST: Ask The Low-Carb Experts #12: The Fallacy Of Vegan/Vegetarian Diets | Denise Minger - RELATED PODCAST: The LLVLC Show #405: Denise Minger Debunks And Dismantles ‘The China Study’ - RELATED PODCAST: The LLVLC Show #430: ‘Encore Week’ 2011: Denise Minger http://www.thelivinlowcarbshow.com/shownotes/9288/766-guest-host-denise-minger-brings-to-light-the-shoddy-science-of-nutrition/

January 10 2014

03:13

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Nutritional consultant, speaker, educator, and Paleo diet author Nora Gedgaudas is our guest today for this LLVLC Show Classic from our golden archives in Episode 765 of “The Livin’ La Vida Low-Carb Show.” LISTEN AND DOWNLOAD AT ITUNES Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 2:01:45 — 97.8MB) With Jimmy Moore hard at work this week banging out the recording of his upcoming audiobook version of Cholesterol Clarity: What The HDL Is Wrong With My Numbers? (tentatively set to release in March 2014) as well as writing his next book entitled Keto Clarity, we are thrilled to start sharing more LLVLC Show Classic episodes from deep in our golden archives of amazing content that aired many years ago but no longer appears on iTunes. What’s so amazing about these older episodes is how relevant the information is STILL today in 2014. And today we feature two outstanding back-to-back interviews with one of the leading voices in the Paleo, primal and low-carb movement in Portland, OR-based board-certified nutritional consultant and board-certified clinical neurofeedback specialist Nora Gedgaudas from “Primal Body-Primal Mind”, author of the seminal nutritional health book Primal Body, Primal Mind: Beyond the Paleo Diet for Total Health and a Longer Life. Listen in to hear Jimmy’s first exposure to the work Nora has been doing and continues to do so well to this day. Whether you’ve only recently discovered Nora Gedgaudas or if you’ve been a fan for years, you’ll enjoy hearing the passion and enthusiasm for healthy living she brings in spades. ENJOY! COCONUT-BASED REAL FOOD NOGRAINOLA NOTICE OF DISCLOSURE: http://cmp.ly/3VITAMIN K2 AND D3 OLIVE OIL-BASED SOFTGEL NOTICE OF DISCLOSURE: http://cmp.ly/3LINKS MENTIONED IN EPISODE 765 - SUPPORT OUR SPONSOR: PrimalPaleoConcepts presents NoGRAINola - SUPPORT OUR SPONSOR: Leaner Living’s new K2/K3 Combo supplement - Nora Gedgaudas bio - Primal Body, Primal Mind: Beyond the Paleo Diet for Total Health and a Longer Life - PrimalBody-PrimalMind.com - Nora Gedgaudas on Twitter - Nora Gedgaudas on Facebook - Nora Gedgaudas on YouTube - Listen to Nora’s iTunes podcast: Primal Body Primal Mind Radio - VIDEO: Nora Gedgaudas’ 2012 Ancestral Health Symposium Lecture: “The ‘Holy Grail’ of Primal Health: Benefits of a Fat-Based Caloric Intake for Body and Brain” http://www.thelivinlowcarbshow.com/shownotes/9275/765-llvlc-classic-paleo-expert-nora-gedgaudas-extols-low-carb-high-fat-diets/
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December 10 2013

17:17

Untangling the Web: 700 "Friends" on Facebook

How has the most revolutionary innovation of our time - the Internet - transformed our world? What does it mean for the modern family? How has it changed our concepts of privacy? Of celebrity? Of love, sex and hate? In this excerpt from Untangling the Web: What the Internet is Doing to You, author Dr Aleks Krotoski presents the evidence about how the computer has transformed our social world - who we know and how they influence us. "Aleks Krotoski is a rare combination of academic (she has a PhD in psychology), geek, reporter and fluent essayist." - The Guardian "Her combination of cautious academic rigour and geek-like enthusiasm makes a very valuable contribution to the debate" - Financial Times More on this topic at untanglingtheweb.tumblr.com, the reporter's notebook for the Guardian and Observer column and the book. http://soundcloud.com/aktkltd/untangling-the-web-700-friends
17:17

Untangling the Web: A Nation of Narcissists

How has the most revolutionary innovation of our time - the Internet - transformed our world? What does it mean for the modern family? How has it changed our concepts of privacy? Of celebrity? Of love, sex and hate? In this excerpt from Untangling the Web: What the Internet is Doing to You, author Dr Aleks Krotoski presents the evidence about how the computer has transformed our selves - who we are and who we want to be. "Aleks Krotoski is a rare combination of academic (she has a PhD in psychology), geek, reporter and fluent essayist." - The Guardian "Her combination of cautious academic rigour and geek-like enthusiasm makes a very valuable contribution to the debate" - Financial Times More on this topic at untanglingtheweb.tumblr.com, the reporter's notebook for the Guardian and Observer column and the book. http://soundcloud.com/aktkltd/untangling-the-web-a-nation-of

December 05 2013

17:30

Oral history of British science - Oral history | British Library - Sounds

AbstractPart 3: Comments on own photography, late 1940s. Story of Nicholas Temperley’s mathematics supervisions, KC. [2:52] Story of brief period of nuclear research, CL, 1951. [5:56] Story of appointment as research student, Department of Geodesy and Geophysics [DGG], UOC, 1951, through friendship with KC Fellow, Maurice Hill [HM]. Comments on nature of discipline of ‘geophysics’. Description of MH’s seismic studies of the sea floor. [7:29] Comments on close relations between geology and geophysics in DGG; separateness of DGG and Department of Geology [DOG], UOC, in spite of proximity; own lack of geological training. [11:00] Mentions limited contact with other researchers, CL. [12:08] Story of origin of friendship with MH. Mentions ‘Ten Club’; later experience of MH’s parents’ Cambridge home. Comments on MH’s angst concerning level of own success in relation to that of father AV Hill, including possible link with MH’s suicide. Discussion and further comments on MH’s sense of his status in relation to Cambridge intellectual families. [17:14] Comments on status of geophysics, linked to involvement of Sir Edward (Teddy) Bullard [TB]. [17:50] Comments on equal status of science and arts subjects in UOC colleges, early 1950s; relative lack of day-to-day freedom of science students; CP Snow’s ‘two cultures’. [20:49] Mentions room in DGG, Downing Place, early 1950s. Story of assisting with ‘seismic refraction line’ [SFL] on Home Farm [HF], next to DGG’s Pendulum House [PH]; assistance with SFLs to detect coastal ‘drowned rivers’. [24:13] Detailed description of process of creating explosions for SFL; use of ‘geophones’ to receive returned vibrations; operation of recorder. Comments on HF. [29:52] Comments on discussions of geomagnetism work in coffee breaks, DGG. Positive comments on role of bathymetric wall charts of World’s oceans in coffee room, Madingley Rise [MR] (location of DGG from 1955). [32:30] Comments on Keith Runcorn. [33:53] Story of Leslie Flavell’s [LF] assistance in building of geophysical equipment, PH. Comments on research student Reg Gilbert’s work on gravitational measurements. [36:31] Detailed description of own research involving laboratory work on relations between compaction of ocean floor sediments and velocity of sound waves travelling through them, including apparatus used; role of technical assistance in electronic design and construction. Comments on contemporary valve electronics. [41:16] Detailed comments on process of communicating with LF. Comments on role of cathode ray oscilloscope [CRO]. Description of rough mock-ups of equipment. Detailed description/explanation of CRO display; use of CRO in own research. [46:20] Story of 1950s interest in mid-ocean ridges [MOR], with central valley; John Swallow’s [JS] mapping of part of Mid-Atlantic Ridge [MAR] central valley; Bruce Heezen’s [BH] (Lamont Geological Observatory [LGO]) recognition of extension of valley along MORs, associated with seismic activity; Ronald Mason [RM] and Arthur Raff’s [AR] survey of magnetic anomalies [MAs], eastern Pacific. Description of process of surveying and mapping MAs. Story of discussion of such data at MR; use of magnetometer in MH’s cruises. Story of development of/description of ‘proton magnetometer’ [PM], replacing earlier ‘flux-gate magnetometer’; LF’s construction of a PM. Comments on difficulties in use of gravimeters at sea. Mentions ‘routine’ use of echo-sounder, PM and gravimeter at sea; additional ‘seismic refraction shooting’, ‘seismic reflection shooting’, sample dredging. Description of extraction of samples. [57:36] Detailed description of process of deciding where to take research ships (including Discovery II [D2]) to collect data. [1:04:53] Description of survey of ‘Peake Deep’, including difficulties posed by contemporary navigational technology. Comments on name of biscuit manufacturers as inspiration for naming of ‘Freen Deep’ and ‘Palmer’ and ‘Huntley’ ridges. http://sounds.bl.uk/Oral-history/Science/021M-C1379X0029XX-0003V0

September 25 2013

17:56

August 17 2012

21:03

RadioBerkman Podcast 206: Unlocking Research with Peter Suber

Disseminating knowledge was once a costly undertaking. The expenses of printing, distributing, and housing the work of researchers and scholars left most research in the hands of publishers, journals, and institutions in a system that has evolved over centuries. And the licensing model that has arisen with that system butts heads with the quick, simple, and virtually free distribution system of the net. The key to breaking free of the traditional licensing model locking up research is the promise of the “Open Access” movement. And the movement has already made significant strides. Over the summer the United Kingdom was enticed enough by the potential for greater innovation and growth of knowledge to propose Open Access for any research supported by government funds. But Open Access still remains a wonky, hard to understand subject. Today, Peter Suber — Director of the Harvard Open Access Project — shares insights with David Weinberger from his new guide to distilling Open Access, called simply Open Access. Huffduffed from http://blogs.law.harvard.edu/mediaberkman/2012/08/16/rb-206-unlocking-research/

March 09 2012

15:04

January 10 2012

20:24
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January 05 2012

21:51

5 Reasons You Must Learn C++

June 15 2011

20:44

Let's make mistakes - #9 Portuguese inquisition

Mike takes his first steps as an interviewer while Katie sits in the hot seat about research methodology in design. The discussion veers into manipulation vs. getting the best out of people, how research helps talk clients out of bad ideas, and a lot about chocolate brown pants suits.

June 08 2011

08:04

Calories, Energy Balance, Thermodynamics & Weight Loss

The video of a presentation given by Zoe Harcombe at the Premier Fitness conference May 2011. Covering eat less/do more, how to lose weight and more. http://www.zoeharcombe.com/2011/05/calories-energy-balance-thermodynamics-weight-loss/

May 27 2011

08:17

May 12 2011

07:05

April 29 2011

11:40

Paleo Nutrition And CrossFit Specialist Mat Lalonde

March 17 2011

22:46

A window into our technological future: what do kids want? - RN Future Tense - 17 March 2011

A US research company has been asking children aged up to 12 years old 'what's the one thing you wish your computer could do, but can't right now?' The answers provide a window into our technological future. http://www.abc.net.au/rn/futuretense/stories/2011/3164389.htm

February 13 2011

09:21

Back Off Man, I'm A Scientist: User Generated Discovery

Broad access to vast amounts of raw data, along with evermore powerful tools, have given everyday people the ability to make significant contributions to scientific inquiry and enrich our understanding of the Universe. See how passionate amateurs are addressing the fundamental questions of our world. Jon Wiley Sr User Experience Designer, Google Kevin Schawinski Postdoctoral Assoc, Yale University Darlene Cavalier Founder, Science Cheerleader Matthew Shindell PhD Candidate, University of California San Diego From http://2009.sxsw.com/node/1694
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