What the Fat, with Professor Grant Schofield
Richard sits down with New Zealand Author and Academic Professor Grant Schofield to talk about his books "What the Fat" and "What the Fast" and how fitness is medicine.
The Grandfather of Nutritional Ketosis - Professor Stephen Phinney
At the Low Carb Down Under conference at the Gold Coast, Richard sat down with Professor Stephen Phinney author of the Art and Science of Low Carbohydrate Living. Dr. Phinney is also a researcher and author of dozens of studies into ketogenic diets.
Joe Kosterich - Low Carbohydrate Physician
Dr. Joe Kosterich is the outspoken Western Australian general practitioner and low-carbohydrate advocate who is changing the medical profession from within. While in Perth earlier this year, Richard sat down with him to talk about how physicians can help their patients with metabolic syndrome using low-carbohydrate diets.
Jessica Turton: Dietitian and Scientist
While in Perth, Richard Morris talked to dietitian and researcher Jessica Turton about her new paper on diet and Type 1 diabetes. Three of her four grandparents had Type 2 Diabetes and her father had a heart attack at a young age. She had no choice but to look into the science behind diet, and discovered that LCHF was the key to treating T2DM. What's remarkable is that Jessica is also a fully qualified APD (Accredited Practicing Dietitian) by the Dietitian's Association of Australia.
Bec Johnson: Type 1 Diabetic Superstar
While in Perth, Richard caught up with Bec Johnson. She is the CEO of the Telethon Type 1 Diabetes Family Centre - a charity that supports families of kids with type 1 diabetes. She has Type 1 diabetes herself, and has been Low Carb/Ketogenic for 17 years. She is also a super woman for whom nothing appears impossible - even ocean marathon swimming.