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Screenwriters are often not the healthiest folk. We do our work at computers, surrounded by snacks, so it’s no surprise many of us get fat. But it doesn’t have to be that way.
This week in the podcast, we talk about how to not be fat. We’re not doctors or nutritionists, but we’re relatively healthy members of a cohort that is relatively unhealthy, so our advice might point you in useful directions.
Craig lost a ton of weight on a very low calorie diet, supervised by a doctor, and felt it was the only way to hit his healthy target weight. That was several years ago, and he’s kept the pounds off through sensible eating and exercise.
For the last eighteen months, John’s been eating a slow-carb diet much like that outlined in The 4-Hour Body. It’s been remarkably easy to keep up, with its restrictions offset by one cheat day each week.
In addition to the fat talk, we discuss the upcoming WGA Board elections, sumo wrestlers, head tits, Jaclyn Smith and secret e-smoking.
All this in more in the new Scriptnotes.
- Conehead leads to sumo rule change
- Jaclyn Smith at the premiere of Charlie’s Angels: Full Throttle
- Frankenweenie trailer is cute
- CDC: Pretty Much Everyone is Fat, from Wired
- P90X DVD set on Amazon
- The 4-Hour Body, by Tim Ferriss on Amazon
- Jambox wireless speaker on Amazon
- Big Jambox wireless speaker on Amazon
- INTRO: Fat Albert opening theme
- OUTRO: Baby Got Back, covered by Jonathan Coulton
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UPDATE 8-17-12: The transcript of this episode can be found here.