Media

Radio:

Good Food on KCRW

Think with Krys Boyd

MPR News with Kerri Miller

Forum with Michael Krasny

Fresh Air with Terry Gross

Radio New Zealand with Jim Mora

Tech Nation with Dr. Moira Gunn

Weekend Edition with Susan Stamberg

Please Explain with Leonard Lopate

NPR’s All Things Considered

Agony Column review and interview by Rick Kleffel

Think with Krys Boyd

 

TV and video:

Today Show review by Nancy Snyderman

Authors@Google

Rubin Museum, Brainwaves: Sacred Science, with Julie Taymore

 

8 thoughts on “Media

  1. Could you please make available the study mentioned in your TED Global talk that shows the decrease in mortailty/morbidity when changing lifestyle (drinking/smoking/fruits & vegetables/exercise). I would like to see the data in detail.

  2. Aloha Sandra,

    I read your New York Times article and immediately pre-ordered your book. I was transformed and healed when I read it. Thank you from the bottom of my heart!

    Like many of my fellow Baby Boomer girlfriends, I have never been satisfied with my weight. Ever since I say Twiggy on the cover of Seventeen magazine in the mid-1960s, I believed I wasn’t thin enough. Underweight or overweight, it didn’t matter. If only I could lose another ten or fifteen pounds.

    Although my weight has been stable for several years on a low-sugar diet I was always fighting my set point. Always hoping to be just a little bit thinner.

    Your book has cured all those feelings and more. I immediately changed my behavior into someone eating for fun, nutrition and taste. I no longer have shame and guilt when I eat. I mindfully eat until I am full and then I stop. I am cooking and baking up a storm. No longer am I worried about calories, scales, weight loss and trying to look like some under-weight supermodel.

    My pre-frontal cortex functioning is now free to concentrate on things of importance like my work, family and friends.

    It is an absolute miracle! I am telling everyone about your book. I hope it is a huge best-seller. I will re-read and study it for the rest of my life. I consider it my nutrition Bible.

    Most of all my husband says I am happier. The truest test of any transformation.

    Thank you again. God Bless. You have done a great service to mankind in the early 21rst century.

    Peace, Love and Mahalo, Donna

    • I’m so glad you found the book helpful! Thanks for letting me know. One way you could tell people about it is by posting a review on Amazon, if you feel so inclined.

  3. Dr. Aamodt my name is Davinia and I just finished reading your book. I find it groundbreaking. It has changed my perspective totally. I am a third year resident at the Federico Gomez children’s hospital in Mexico city. Before reading your article and book I was considering making a master’s degree in pediatric nutrition after finishing my residency. But your chapter about child’s education and intuitive eating changed all that. I would like to share this knowledge with my patients, their parents, my family.
    Is there any way you recommend for me to share or apply this principles?
    Thank-you very much.

    • Getting a degree in nutrition and then working with patients and their parents using the principles of intuitive eating sounds like a good plan to me. Thanks for letting me know that the book changed your perspective!

    • My publisher, the Current imprint of Penguin Random House, has the foreign rights to Why Diets Make Us Fat. I’ve passed your contact information along to them. Thanks for your interest!

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