Monday, February 16, 2009
Proud to Be a Fathead
Tom Naughton's new movie, Fathead, is a must-see for anyone who is even remotely interested in the low-carb lifestyle. It should be mandatory viewing for diabetics, too. If any of you were traumatized, as we were, by Morgan "Spurious"lock's Supersize Me, this movie is an antidote. As much as I despise McDonald's food, the corporation did not deserve such vilification. Can you follow a low-carb lifestyle eating at McDonald's, or any other fast-food restaurant for that matter? Yes. Should you make fast food the mainstay of your diet? Nope. If you answered the last two questions correctly, congratulations. According to Tom Naughton, you have a functioning brain, and if you saw Supersize Me, you "have been fed a load of bologna."
Mr. Naughton is a comedian and a former health writer, and he narrates and acts in his own documentary with humor, flair, and too much common sense for the low-fat-foodie who has been brainwashed for years by our misguided government. Everything that we've been told about obesity, the obesity epidemic, and healthy eating is wrong. So wrong that it is making our nation fatter and fatter, and sicker, to boot.
I'm proud to be a Fathead, and, if you read this blog, you probably are, too. We're in good company.
The Bionic Broad out.