New Podcast: Living The Smarter Science of Slim

I’m delighted to announce the release of the new Living The Smarter Science of Slim podcast. In this weekly show my friend Carrie Brown and I will simplify and apply the single largest scientific analysis of health and fitness ever conducted, and show how contrary to what the food, fitness, and pharmaceutical industries tell us, eating less and exercising more harms our health and leads to fat gain 95.4 percent of the time. We’ll then show how wellness is simple and sustainable as long as we focus on the quality of food and exercise and then eating more and exercising less – but smarter.

And we’ll keep it fun and scientific–an odd couple, I know :) –and you can join the conversation via iTunes, Stitcher, RSS, and on this site.

Please help share this science by taking thirty seconds to:
1. Follow the link below to the iTunes show and leave a quick rating/review
2. Share the link on Facebook & Twitter

The show: http://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/living-smarter-science-slim/id541602331

Here’s the show notes and transcriptions, and I hope you find the show useful and fun.

Here’s to living better through science vs. being continuously frustrated by health and fitness fiction.

Jonathan Bailor
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6 replies
  1. Grok
    Grok says:

    Great series so far (3 episodes in), I’ve read and enjoyed the book and am looking forward to future episodes.

    I am absolutely on board with the whole ‘start with the metabolism’ angle and the sooner we collectively discard the bad advice and Conventional Wisdom the better.

    I think the inclusion of Carrie in the podcast is an excellent idea who helps to voice the thoughts that most people would have and stops the series getting dragged down into the biology (as interesting as that is for geeks like me!).

    There is a rising tide of good nutritional information based on solid science coming through (not, uh, the Ancel Keys kind …), thanks for being part of that.

    • Jonathan
      Jonathan says:

      Grok – Thank you for your kind words and it’s absolutely my pleasure. Thank you for supporting the science! – Jonathan Bailor

      PS I’ll be sure to pass your kindness along to Carrie :)

  2. Sandy dickerson
    Sandy dickerson says:

    Help— what is the password for the July 9 success story? I used the password for the exercise videos, but it does not seem to work, I also used my sign- in password, no luck… Thank you, I am “chomping at the bit”
    Ready to devour this info….

  3. Sandy dickerson
    Sandy dickerson says:

    Hi how do I get into the newest blog/ I’ve entered the password for the exercise videos, it does not work. Is there another one from the book that you are using? I’ve also entered my sign in password, and that does not work…. Puh- leeze! I am so eager to read and study this posting…..

  4. Sandy dickerson
    Sandy dickerson says:

    How do I look at the newest blog– I’ve entered the secret password from the exercise videos and it does not work, also have tried my sign in password, no go. Is there a link or instructions that I’m missing?.

    • Jonathan
      Jonathan says:

      Hi Sandy – So sorry for the confusion. That post will be publicly available tomorrow and should not have been posted privately yesterday (mistake on our end). Sorry about that and please let us know what you think when the post goes public tomorrow :)

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