Friends and Family

Published: 11/21/2016
58 minutes

Carl Franklin and Richard Morris discuss different approaches for dealing with the natural friction that happens between low-carbers and their friends and family members. With the holidays approaching, many of us are expecting to be thrust into less-than-comfortable social situations. How do you react to criticism by the family 'expert?' What do you do or say to that diabetic uncle who brings a pie to dinner? Are you a militant interventionist? A passive example-setter? Somewhere in-between? Carl and Richard explored these questions by putting them to the community - and the community spoke!


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