You’re passionate about eating “right,” exercising “right,” and staying healthy. You want to live longer, lose the belly fat, avoid cancer and other diseases, etc. So what should you do? What should you stop doing? And how should you make those changes simply, cheaply and safely, while maximizing your results? Ask twenty people those questions, you’ll get two hundred answers. It’s super frustrating!
The contradictory advice and glut of ideas makes it hard to focus. And I’m right in there with you. I often get confused, scared and frustrated. I wish we had clearer answers. Confusion abounds at the “macro level” — for instance, should our diet consist of mostly carbohydrate or mostly fat? Confusion abounds at the “micro level” — for instance, how much Vitamin D should we take, if any, and what’s the best type of Vitamin D? Even our society’s most trusted filterers of advice about diet, health, and nutrition struggle to make sense of the chaos.
So how do we filter “signal from noise” with so much “signal” coming at us?
“Diet Information Overload Syndrome” attempts to derive principles and supply tactics and strategies to answer this question. The book features original interviews with blogger and bestselling author, Jimmy Moore, as well as exercise and nutrition expert, Bob Kaplan.