Saturday, March 16, 2013

Saturday Stories: Convenience, Losers and Low-Carb Athletics

A must read piece from the Atlantic looking at whether or not convenience meals actually save families time.

This one's an oldie, but an interview with yet another Biggest Loser alumnus on just how awful life on the Biggest Loser ranch is and more behind the scenes dirt regarding injuries and weights.

Here's Alan Aragon recounting his recent debate with Jeff Volek regarding low-carb's value to high level athletes (and in so doing tweaking my own personal confirmation bias that while low-carb may be great for some, one size certainly doesn't fit all when it comes to diets)

[And if you don't follow me on Twitter or Facebook, here's the interview I did on Air Talk with Larry Mantle regarding the ethics of kids being on the Biggest Loser with executive producer David Broome, and here's my weekly column for US News and World Report and what I see as the inconvenient truth of healthy living.].