Bigger Plates, Bigger Bellies. ~ Alex Bogusky

Via on Jul 15, 2010

“When was the last time you took a good hard look at your dinner plate?”

Alex Bogusky is a troublemaker, creative and modern Mad Man of the first order. He’s also been a great elephriend, advising us here and there and recently featuring our editor, Waylon Lewis, on Alex’s Fearless Q&A talk show. We’re psyched psyched to be able to share his writings along with our other Featured Columnists, who you’ll see listed at the bottom of every page of this site.

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NBC’s Tom Costello is doing a series on obesity. They included a bit on the 9-inch diet book I wrote with Chuck Porter and friends. Some good info on portion control and portion distortion in here. Good to see NBC getting into this.

As originally seen on Alex Bogusky’s Posterous

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2 Responses to “Bigger Plates, Bigger Bellies. ~ Alex Bogusky”

  1. david ross says:

    great book to read about just how predatory the food industry really is…

    “The End of Overeating: Taking Control of the Insatiable American Appetite” by David Kessler.

    read it and i promise you’ll forver change the way you eat and look at food.

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