In this episode, Bitte and Hanna tell the whole story about The Low Carb Universe!
Because The Low Carb Universe has recently gotten a lot of new followers (yay, welcome!), an update on the how, why and what of the operations would be appropriate.
The ladies discuss the following, and much more, as usual:
- Their respective backgrounds, reasons for going low carb and how they got where they are today
- How do they work together, despite living far apart from each other?
- Why did they start The Low Carb Universe?
- What is the concept of The Low Carb Universe events?
- How do they choose locations?
- What is the best, and most goosebump, moment?
Did you perhaps learn something new from this episode? Leave a comment below!
In this week’s episode, Hanna chats to gynaecologist and internationally acclaimed women’s health expert, Dr Anna Cabeca.
Dr Cabeca just published her new book, The Hormone Fix, which is a wealth of knowledge about women’s health, hormones, menopause, sexual health and so much more. Order your copy today!
Listen in as Dr Anna and Hanna talk about this (and much more!):
- How Dr Anna got started?
- The importance of women’s health
- Menopause needs to be renamed!
- Hormones & imbalance
- Struggles and their lessons
- Peaceful transitions
- Lifestyle and attitude
- Power of community
- Keto-Green concept
- Sexual health
What was your biggest take away form this episode? Leave a comment below!
Today, Bitte and Hanna discuss a new idea presented in one of the largest newspapers in Sweden as a debate article. And, sure enough, there is enough to debate about it!
The idea is to add a sign of approval to health and science books by an “independent source” to show which ones follow “science” and not, as there are potentially harmful advice in some books. This has been brought forward but five professors and medical doctors, clearly worried about this issue.
Bitte and Hanna discuss this, rather censorship-like, idea through the points of:
- what has happened to common sense and thinking for yourself?
- how will science evolve if people aren’t allowed to think outside the box anymore?
- isn’t this essentially censorship?
- the value of N=1 (or thousands)?
- what science would this stamp of approval be based on? And who interprets it? And what’s the criteria?
- the importance of individual research.
Bitte and Hanna’s conclusion? Everyone should have a choice of trying what improves their health – you do what works for you!
Would you be in favour of something like this? Leave a comment!