On the ‘Carbohydrates Can Kill’ Podcast

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Geez, I’ve been so busy lately, I totally forgot to post about my second Listeners’ Roundtable interview on Dr. Su’s podcast.

You can listen to it here.

Speaking of busy, Chareva talked to the renovators and the movers this week, and the upshot is that we’ll be moving from the apartment to the farm house on Monday, with our other belongings arriving from the storage facility on Tuesday.

You can imagine how relieved she was when one of my BMI co-workers invited us over for Thanksgiving on Thursday.  Who wants to make a big dinner two days after a move?

Anyway, I’ll check comments when I can, write a post if I manage to find time, but I may be more or less out of commission for a few days.

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36 thoughts on “On the ‘Carbohydrates Can Kill’ Podcast

  1. Zachary Worthy

    I hope your co-worker is also low carb, or you’ll be stuffing your self with only turkey and ham =D. But to be honest, I use turkey day as an excuse to binge. One day out of the year won’t kill me!

    On Thanksgiving, I eat whatever I feel like eating.

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  2. Dragonmamma/Naomi

    I think you guys are probably going to be expected (by your friends, co-workers, etc) to host a gigantic primal Thanksgiving feast next year. Not too early to start planning on raising the turkeys yourself!

    Chareva wants to celebrate the move with a pig roast.

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  3. Iva

    Tom, this time last year, my family and I moved waaay out into the boondocks. We moved back into town a couple of months after Christmas. I know all too well how much it stinks to move during the holiday.

    Wishing you and the family and peaceful move and a wonderful and blessed Thanksgiving.

    Thank you.

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  4. Charles-Andre Fortin

    Pretty good question in the second round table, next one Novembre 30th!

    Good Thanksgiving to everyone.;) Even if in Canada (at least in the Province of Quebec) it’s not a big holiday, I know it’s a big even in the US! So enjoy all the family time!

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  5. Nina

    Where’s Big Brother when you need him?

    Can’t get the staff, eh.

    Belated happy birthday and all the best with the move.

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  6. Tyson

    Tom,
    Good luck with the move, have a Happy Thanksgiving, and take a couple extra days off for yourself. We all know, you deserve them. Thank you again for all your hard work!

    I’ll probably be unpacking boxes all weekend after Thanksgiving, but it’ll be nice to have all of our belongings in one place again.

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  7. Zachary Worthy

    I hope your co-worker is also low carb, or you’ll be stuffing your self with only turkey and ham =D. But to be honest, I use turkey day as an excuse to binge. One day out of the year won’t kill me!

    On Thanksgiving, I eat whatever I feel like eating.

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  8. Dragonmamma/Naomi

    I think you guys are probably going to be expected (by your friends, co-workers, etc) to host a gigantic primal Thanksgiving feast next year. Not too early to start planning on raising the turkeys yourself!

    Chareva wants to celebrate the move with a pig roast.

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  9. Iva

    Tom, this time last year, my family and I moved waaay out into the boondocks. We moved back into town a couple of months after Christmas. I know all too well how much it stinks to move during the holiday.

    Wishing you and the family and peaceful move and a wonderful and blessed Thanksgiving.

    Thank you.

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  10. Charles-Andre Fortin

    Pretty good question in the second round table, next one Novembre 30th!

    Good Thanksgiving to everyone.;) Even if in Canada (at least in the Province of Quebec) it’s not a big holiday, I know it’s a big even in the US! So enjoy all the family time!

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  11. Tyson

    Tom,
    Good luck with the move, have a Happy Thanksgiving, and take a couple extra days off for yourself. We all know, you deserve them. Thank you again for all your hard work!

    I’ll probably be unpacking boxes all weekend after Thanksgiving, but it’ll be nice to have all of our belongings in one place again.

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  12. Peggy Cihocki

    “I wonder whats worse. Trans Fats Or Sugar?” I avoid both, also, but I would have to say trans fats are worse. No one should eat any trans fats. At all. Except the naturally occurring ones that are in beef fat. Sugar is the lesser of two evils because, in small amounts, most people whose metabolism isn’t messed up can handle a little. Is sugar necessary? No. But gram for gram, trans fats are way worse. And combined with sugar, as it is in so many processed foods, horrible.

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  13. Peggy Cihocki

    “I wonder whats worse. Trans Fats Or Sugar?” I avoid both, also, but I would have to say trans fats are worse. No one should eat any trans fats. At all. Except the naturally occurring ones that are in beef fat. Sugar is the lesser of two evils because, in small amounts, most people whose metabolism isn’t messed up can handle a little. Is sugar necessary? No. But gram for gram, trans fats are way worse. And combined with sugar, as it is in so many processed foods, horrible.

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  14. NM

    “I wonder what’s worse. Trans Fats Or Sugar?”

    If I *had* to choose, I would choose sugar (and lots of exercise to burn it off quickly, to keep it from poisoning my liver).

    The reason I would choose sugar, even with the problems that fructose induces, is that at least we evolved to deal with this fructose (albeit not in the continuous gluts we have at the moment). We did *not* evolve to deal with trans-fats, which are not found in nature except in insignificant amounts. When choosing between too much of a natural thing (sugar), or too much Frankenstein’s monster (transfats), I choose the former!

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  15. NM

    “I wonder what’s worse. Trans Fats Or Sugar?”

    If I *had* to choose, I would choose sugar (and lots of exercise to burn it off quickly, to keep it from poisoning my liver).

    The reason I would choose sugar, even with the problems that fructose induces, is that at least we evolved to deal with this fructose (albeit not in the continuous gluts we have at the moment). We did *not* evolve to deal with trans-fats, which are not found in nature except in insignificant amounts. When choosing between too much of a natural thing (sugar), or too much Frankenstein’s monster (transfats), I choose the former!

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