Last January I reviewed Jonathan Bailor’s excellent book The Smarter Science of Slim, which is very well written and packed with references to research. Bailor will also be a speaker on this year’s low-carb cruise, so I’ll be meeting him in person … after roasting him, of course.
In the meantime, he’s launched a non-profit organization dedicated to providing the public with information about diet and health. Rather than try to summarize their activities myself, I’ll quote Bailor:
Wanted to drop you a quick note as we were fortunate enough to receive VC funding to start up a non-profit ancestral nutrition educational organization we’re calling Slim is Simple. SIS is working to provide compelling multimedia resources—free of charge—that the entire good nutritional science community can leverage to help share the simple lifestyle adjustments that have helped us all help so many people live so much better. We’re working to get this “curriculum” into schools, churches, and etc.
Here’s one of their first videos:
You can visit the organization’s website here and follow them on Twitter at #SlimIsSimple.
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