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Wednesday, November 16, 2011

Another PODCAST interview - this time with Dr. Robert Su



Here is the interview.  Hope you enjoy it.  I have not yet listened to the whole thing.  Our internet has been a bit flaky the last few days.  Hope to get it fixed soon.  This sucks!  It's amazing though how much time is spent on the internet.  It's quite addictive and when one doesn't have it, one misses it, but it's also amazing how many other things I'm getting done!  LOL

8 comments:

buttoni said...

What a marvelous interview, Jennifer, despite the dog incident that had just teerrified you moments before. It's so nice to hear a voice to associate with our conversations. And what a marvelous low-carb and gluten-free spokesman and publisher Ian is! Ian made me LOL several times throughout his comments, but the account of the Egyptian mummy evidence about wheat being damaging to teeth and human systems was great. I follow the Egyptian research TV programs and knew that, but he relayed that in a charming yet convincing way.

His analogy of the low-carb community, though mature now, being "backed up against a wall surrounded by enemies that want to kill just like the Israelis surrounded by enemies all sides" wins the prize for me. I laughed so hard at that point in the interview. What a gem of a husband and publisher you have there. You both did a marvelous job of conveying both the importance of low-carbing and avoiding wheat and at the same time, revealed why this cookbook is truly unique from all those that preceded it.

WELL DONE, YOU!!!

Jennifer said...

You made me laugh too, Peggy. I suspect you would like Ian. :) I will share this neat comment with him. I think you were talking about the previous podcast with Jimmy though? Not this one with Dr. Su. Ian held the floor with Jimmy's interview and I let him because I was so just so out of it after that dog fight incident. Geesh!

buttoni said...

Darn those senior moments are just coming so frequently now for me. LOL Yes, I did post this in the wrong place. Sorry.

Jennifer said...

Hey, no problem. You don't want to know about my senior moments! Eek - makes one worry, doesn't it?

Lizzy said...

How neat! I need to come back when I'm not ready for bed to give it a proper listen.

Jennifer said...

Thanks, Lizzy, for your interest. I need to head to bed as well.

Lizzy said...

Great interview, Jennifer...it reminded me that my hairdresser is feeling SO much better (she had chronic troubles with her thyroid), but limiting her carbs/gluten/dairy. And I never knew where you relocated...you are a globetrotter :)

Jennifer said...

Interesting re the thyroid. If you go back to the podcast, you will see I left a comment there about my own experience with Hashimoto's Thyroiditis. Yep - I've lived in 3 countries - 21 years in South Africa, almost 30 years in Canada and now 6 years in South America (can't say publicly on my blog exactly where).