Office Hours: How bad is diet soda, healthy potatoes and how to eat on airplanes

by | Jul 14, 2011

We had a fantastic office hours discussion last week about diet soda, the health advantages/disadvantages of potatoes, sushi, eating on airplanes/in airports and more. Thanks to those of you who participated.

The next live event is scheduled for next Tuesday, July 19 @ 6pm PST, and we will be discussing Soy: Good or Evil? To participate and learn more about the exclusive Tomato Slice newsletter check it out here.

Go here to see previous episodes.

Show notes:

How To Break A Diet Soda Addiction: Tips From A Former (Diet) Cokehead

Questions and comments welcome below.

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3 Responses to “Office Hours: How bad is diet soda, healthy potatoes and how to eat on airplanes”

  1. baahar says:

    Totally agree that KettleBells are awesome. I started with a 12 kg and got a 16 kg one at my vacation spot. Unsurprisingly, the bigger one yielded faster results with less effort. I couldn’t even swing 4 minutes with that one and kept loosing weight despite all the carbs my grandma was force-feeding me with.

    About pistachios and nuts … these days we try to get every kind of nut shelled. They are higher in nutrients and we can be sure that they were not treated with chemical preservatives.

    Thanks for putting these videos online

  2. baahar says:

    Correction: I should have said “kept burning fat” instead of “kept loosing weight”. My overall weight loss is not that much because I must have build up some muscle. I burned fat and dropped a size.

  3. Bradley says:

    Aspertine will give you diabetes. My mother drank diet coke for 30 years, happen to have diabetes for 29 of those years, plus her body is so disproportional ( tiny head/huge waiste) it not even funny.

    The last i looked 70% of all her food she ate had aspertine in it.

    Now she has spinal sircrosis and many other “unexplained” health issues.

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