Interviewed on SlimKicker

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I recently did a written Q & A with the Slimkicker nutrition site.  You can read the interview here.

When we first released Fat Head, I subscribed to a media contact service and sent out countless emails to try to scare up some reviews and interviews.  I believe that all that effort and expense netted me two online interviews.  It’s quite a pleasant change to have people get in touch with me and ask for interviews instead.

Three cheers for Netflix and Hulu.  That’s when it all changed.

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22 thoughts on “Interviewed on SlimKicker

  1. Jean

    That’s a great interview! They asked the right questions and you have explained it all particularly well. I will be recommending the text as a quick way to explain the ideal diet.

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  2. Alexandra

    A really good interview, and short enough for the uninitiated to read and learn from. I will be forwarding this.

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  3. Liz

    Great interview: to the point and honest. I’m on a film set and snuck a few cookies and tortilla chips. What was my reward? A bloated belly this morning! Stick to lowcarb, people–even a little cheating can give you a negative result!

    Ugh, film-set food. I remember that from when I worked as an extra. Carbs, carbs and more carbs.

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  4. Jean

    That’s a great interview! They asked the right questions and you have explained it all particularly well. I will be recommending the text as a quick way to explain the ideal diet.

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  5. Live Free or Diet

    Matches my experience. A Reason Magazine commenter was the first to recommend I watch your movie. I found it on Hulu.

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  6. Emma

    Good interview! I’m so glad to hear that you are working on a book for kids. My kids are among those you mentioned in your interview who loved your documentary. It really made an impact on them. They already knew about health and sugar not being good for them, but seeing the truth of that visually through your documentary really solidified it even more for them. They are more conscious than ever about what they eat and make even better food choices than they did before. Thank you.

    I’m always glad to hear that.

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  7. Alexandra

    A really good interview, and short enough for the uninitiated to read and learn from. I will be forwarding this.

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  8. Liz

    Great interview: to the point and honest. I’m on a film set and snuck a few cookies and tortilla chips. What was my reward? A bloated belly this morning! Stick to lowcarb, people–even a little cheating can give you a negative result!

    Ugh, film-set food. I remember that from when I worked as an extra. Carbs, carbs and more carbs.

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  9. Live Free or Diet

    Matches my experience. A Reason Magazine commenter was the first to recommend I watch your movie. I found it on Hulu.

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  10. Emma

    Good interview! I’m so glad to hear that you are working on a book for kids. My kids are among those you mentioned in your interview who loved your documentary. It really made an impact on them. They already knew about health and sugar not being good for them, but seeing the truth of that visually through your documentary really solidified it even more for them. They are more conscious than ever about what they eat and make even better food choices than they did before. Thank you.

    I’m always glad to hear that.

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  11. Jenny

    Couldn’t have hurt to have that great shout-out by Treacher, followed by a link at Glenn’s, either!

    That definitely won’t hurt.

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  12. Jenny

    Couldn’t have hurt to have that great shout-out by Treacher, followed by a link at Glenn’s, either!

    That definitely won’t hurt.

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  13. TheFatNurseRN

    Hulu was where I discovered FatHead. Since then, I’ve referred countless people to watch it there as well. BTW, the HULU comments are hilarious…apparently some people think you secretly work for the fast food/ meat industry Tom…

    Yeah, I get that one a lot. Too bad they don’t send me checks.

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  14. TheFatNurseRN

    Hulu was where I discovered FatHead. Since then, I’ve referred countless people to watch it there as well. BTW, the HULU comments are hilarious…apparently some people think you secretly work for the fast food/ meat industry Tom…

    Yeah, I get that one a lot. Too bad they don’t send me checks.

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