In this week’s show, we feature an opening with George Carlin riffing on food advertising. Then, we discuss the recent HBO documentary, “The Weight of the Nation.” Sugar, omega 3s and saturated fats have been in the media big time, and we talk about why. Then we weigh in with Dr. Emily Deans regarding sugar, fat, and cognitive functioning. Next, it’s J. Stanton at Gnolls.org discussing nutritionism and n=1 experimentation. We also have a Moment of Paleo segment and an After the Bell featuring Dr. Satoshi Kanozawa, an evolutionary psychologist.
Links for this episode:
- George Carlin On a Bullshit Hunt Describes Food Advertising Bullshit – YouTube
- Why the Campaign to Stop America's Obesity Crisis Keeps Failing – The Daily Beast
- HBO: The Weight of the Nation: Films: Main
- Page Not Found – Yahoo!
- Can sugar make us dumb? – YouTube
- Red meat and butter 'could raise Alzheimer's risk' – Telegraph
- Evolutionary Psychiatry: Do Sugar and/or Saturated Fat Make You Stupid?
- Anti-Nutritionism, L-Canavanine, And The Limitations of N=1 Self-Experimentation – GNOLLS.ORG
- Study: Buying Organic Food May 'Harshen Moral Judgments' | NewsFeed | TIME.com
- Satoshi Kanazawa: We Haven't Evolved in Over 10,000 Years – YouTube
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