Taubes Book Shaking Conventional Wisdom To The Core

Filed under: In The News — @ October 2, 2007


Gary Taubes spreads carbohydrate-restriction message on ExtraTV

In an extended version of “Gary Taubes Week,” the embattled Good Calories, Bad Calories author has done an admirable job of defending livin’ la vida low-carb as a means for reducing weight and health risks with appearances in the media over the past week.

He appeared on the ExtraTV program on Monday discussing his new book. It took five years and over 600 interviews to make Good Calories, Bad Calories come to fruition, but it is here now and all the evidence is there in black and white for anyone to read. But don’t expect the so-called health “experts” to embrace it because they are not.

And you’ll DEFINITELY want to see the video debate between Taubes, low-fat guru Dr. Dean Ornish, and Dr. Barbara Howard from the American Heart Association. This was on the Charlie Rose program and guest hosted by Dr. Mehmet Oz. Click here to see for yourself the stark difference between the high-carb, low-fat side, the “eat in moderation” side, and the high-fat, low-carb side.

Gary Taubes deserves our continued support and prayers during these attacks against his reputation because he had the courage to publish the truth.

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