What could have I possibly read that would make me wish there was a video like the one below? About 3 years ago I picked up a copy of Good Calories, Bad Calories by Gary Taubes. This is not a casual read you pick up while lounging on the beach. 600+ pages jammed full of science and research that tries to explain how a country with billions (yes with a B) of dollars spent on research in the field of nutrition can triple the obesity rate in 4 decades. Prefer audio books? Me too! The audio version will take a day off your life... no really, it runs 25 hours and 32 minutes. So the problem with this book is it is not for your average person and it is too much of a commitment to those not achieving "Jedi Nerd Status", like myself, when it comes to reading all things fitness and nutrition. Gary Taubes realized this and that is why he wrote Why We Get Fat And What To Do About It. It is a lighter more condensed version of Good Calories... that runs about 250 pages, or 8 hours if you prefer the audio format. After reading both I was left with the huge dilemma of, how do I present this fantastic material to the lay person in the quickest, most efficient way?
I found the answer... just click play and so will you.