What Four Low-Carb Experts Should We Interview Next?

Who do you want us to interview next? We asked our members and got more than 1,200 replies.

The four winners are…
 

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1. Dr. Jason Fung

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Our members simply can’t get enough of the outstanding Dr. Jason Fung and it’s not hard to understand why. His presentations and video courses on the membership site are excellent and his new book, The Obesity Code, is great.

Jason is a nice guy too. He loves learning and is massively passionate about making a change in the world. In short, we love him and we’ll try to get him to come back to Sweden and do lots more videos with us!

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How to Reverse Diabetes Type 2 – Dr. Jason Fung
What is Fasting? – Dr. Jason Fung
The Key to Obesity – Dr. Jason Fung

2. Gary Taubes

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In second place comes the man who was Dr. Andreas Eenfeldt’s gateway drug to low carb; the ever-impressive Gary Taubes.

We are huge fans of Gary and his books Good Calories, Bad Calories and Why We Get Fat. Did you know that he has a new book coming out in December this year? Be sure to check it out.

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The Cause of Obesity and Diabetes – Gary Taubes
Why We Get Fat – Gary Taubes
Why We Get Fat – Gary Taubes

3. Dr. Mark Hyman

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In third place comes a man we haven’t yet had the chance to meet, Dr. Mark Hyman. He’s an interesting doctor who recommends eating low carb, high fat, and you can check out some of his books here.

We’ll find a way to interview him!

4. Professor Tim Noakes

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In fourth place, just ONE vote behind Dr. Mark Hyman, comes the South African LCHF-flag bearer, Professor Tim Noakes. Tim is one of the main reasons why two to three million South Africans are Banting (their word for LCHF). He has become so influential that he’s ridiculously being prosecuted by people wanting to stop him. Listen to his story here.

He’s written some great books too, check them out.

We have only great things to say about Tim and we’re trying to get him to Sweden sooner rather than later!

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Why I Supported High Carb – Professor Tim Noakes
A Worldwide Nutrition Revolution – Prof. Tim Noakes
I Knew Nothing – Professor Tim Noakes
 

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7 Comments

  1. Dirk
    I am so inspired by LCHF and the dietdoctor.com website that I would like to share the information in my country. I already have struck a wall of ignorance once (by an opinionated nutritionist) and this thought me a very important lesson: never give up and stay focussed on the truth.
  2. Adam
    We love Drs. Steve Phinney, Jay Wortman, and Eric Westman too!
  3. Nani
    I am a proud member and thank you, diet doctor team, for your work! Your web site inspire me every single day, and I'm neither overweight nor diabetic (I "only" have migraine!). Thank you!
  4. Nani
    ... what about having Dr Eenfeldt be interwied??? ; )
  5. Apicius
    Ok, I'm going to be very cheeky now and tease my fellow LCHF online friends....here is the score:

    Canada = 1
    USA = zero
    South Africa = zero

    Canada is very lucky to have a brilliant young doctor like Dr Fung!

    Ok, so maybe one thousand points goes to to Sweden...for the brilliant Dr Eenfeldt for starting this website and the greatest force behind the global LCHF movement to begin with.

  6. Apicius
    I'd like to see Dr Fung have a meeting with Canada's Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau. I realize Honourable Trudeau has some issues he's focusing on, like legalizing marihuana, but I think his time would be much more well spent learning from Dr Fung to understand how to stop the escalating numbers of obesity and diabetes in Canada. I am willing to bet that this cause is far much greater than any other Honourable Trudeau is looking at!!!!
  7. Janet Hunter
    I would like you to interview diabetes Australia and Dieticians association of Australia and national health and medical research council of Australia. A list of questions for them.

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