Episode #41 Die Healthier Podcast – interview with Joy Kiddie RD
The Die Healthier Podcast
On Thursday, June 20, 2019 I was invited to be a guest of Daniel Flahie and Scot Gubbels on the Die Healthier Podcast and this is how they introduce the episode;
“Joy Kiddie is a Registered Dietitian offering both in-person and distance -based consultations. She is registered with the College of Dietitians of British Columbia and the College of Dietitians of Alberta as well as a member of the Canadian Clinicians for Therapeutic Nutrition. She currently resides and practices in Vancouver, British Columbia.
We discuss several topics surrounding low-carb-high-fat eating, including ketogenic diets and vegetarian approaches. Joy does a great job of leading us through a lot of the prevailing dogma surrounding nutrition on both sides of the aisle. We also discuss her personal nutrition journey and how sleep, circadian rhythm, and blue light exposure plays a major role in our overall health and well-being.”
You can follow her and read her blog on her website: www.lchf-rd.com
You can find her on Facebook and you can follow her on Twitter @lchfRD
As always, follow us:
Scot Gubbels on Twitter @Gubbsco and on Instagram @Scottyg17
Daniel Flahie on Twitter and Instagram @danielflahie
Satchin Panda, PhD – The Circadian Code
Matthew Walker PhD – Why We Sleep
Note from Joy: I hope you enjoy the interview and many thanks to both Daniel Flahie and Scot Gubbels for inviting me to be a guest. Just click the MP3 player bar below to listen to the interview.
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