Fat Head Kids with Tom Naughton
#66 Monday, May 8, 2017
Carl Franklin and Richard Morris welcome Tom Naughton back on the show to talk about his new book for kids (and everyone else): "Fat Head Kids: Stuff About Diet and Health I Wish I Knew When I Was Your Age." Richard reads and comments on a blog post from Prof. Richard Feinman, and the dudes get into a great discussion on Gluconeogenesis prompted by a post in the Ketogenic Forums.
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Tom NaughtonTom Naughton is a health writer, researcher, filmmaker and stand-up comedian. He has a gift for taking complex information and making it both amusing and understandable. Tom’s lectures leave audiences simultaneously laughing, informed, and outraged at the load of bologna that passes for modern nutrition advice.
- CSIRO and the invention of WiFi
- Prof Feinman's post on whistle-blowers
- Fung, et al. fung "Low-carbohydrate diets and all-cause and cause-specific mortality: Two cohort Studies."
- Prominent Harvard prof/researcher Frank Hu solicited European colleagues to sign/circulate demand for BMJ to retract article by author/journalist Nina Teicholz
- Richard makes a lot of insulin thanks to 25g of whey protein
- How protein can raise the demand for glucose production by repleating oxaloacetate
- BOOK: Fat Head Kids
- Richard's Recipe: Taco waffle bowl