What’s “good” and “bad” in the name of health? Three accomplished physicians (Frank Lipman, Mark Hyman, and Joel Kahn) duke it out over the right way to eat for optimal health.
Why do the vast majority of weight loss diets fail? New discoveries are overturning the conventional wisdom that beating obesity is all about eating less and exercising more. Is it because of the so-called famine response? Can obesity be treated as a chronic inflammatory disease? Does chronic exposure to synthetic chemicals in our home environment affect the obesity risk for our kids?
To answer the question – Why am I still fat? – Mark Horstman explores these emerging fields of science, and meets ordinary people in their daily struggle with obesity.
Author Michael Pollan, Tom Colicchio, Jennifer Pelka, Dan Barber, Katie Lee and Crazy Legs Conti weigh in on Pollan’s book, THE OMNIVORE’S DILEMMA, and the current state of the American food industry.
This video with author Gary Taubes examines nutrition, and how it came to be that everything the average person knows about nutrition is fundamentally wrong. We learn how this misinformation has persisted, why it has been so detrimental, and how things are starting to change all over the world. We talk about paleo nutrition, common dietary misconceptions, and a criticism of crappy science.