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LCHF Family 010: Fat Head Kids Released: August 17, 2017 In this episode, Anne and Kai review Fat Head Kids, as well as the documentaries Super Size Me and Fat Head. It's been our experience that the kids were much more willing to stick with low-carb, high-fat eating once they understood the science behind it. Fat Head Kids is a great introduction to the science behind LCHF eating for kids in 4th - 7th grades. Older kids would probably be more interested in some of the popular science books that address the topic, like The Obesity Code, Wheat Belly, or Why We Get Fat And What to Do About It. Because Anne can't let the girls relax on their summer vacation, they were assigned to watch the Super Size Me and Fat Head documentaries back to back one day, and then discuss what they learned. Not only were they able to pick up on some of the misrepresentations made in Super Size Me on their own, but we all had a great discussion afterward about how to spot bias in documentaries and the importance of double checking sources. If you decide to give this a go with your own kids, keep in mind that Super Size Me is rated PG-13 for language and adult conversations. (Clearly, fast food isn't the best food. We hope no one thinks our appreciation for Fat Head is an endorsement for a fast-food based diet.) Speaking of which, much buzz has been made about What the Health? on Netflix. So many people have been accepting it at face value, but there is a lot to question in their methods and reporting. We offer the following links as a sampling of some of the counterarguments made by doctors, nurses, and fitness experts: Podcasts: Vinnie Tortorich interviews Nina Teicholz. Vinnie Tortorich interviews Nicole Recine. Articles: Nina Teicholz on DietDoctor.com. A takedown on Vox. A Vegan dietician's review. YouTube: Debunking What the Health? with Dr. Neal Barnard. A real doctor watches What the Health? Please be aware that some of these links are more child-appropriate than others. Many thanks to Lee Rosevere at Free Music Archive for the music we use in the podcast! Be sure to subscribe to the podcast through iTunes or your podcatcher of choice so new episodes arrive automatically. For more support, like and follow the community on Facebook, and check out our website! Assume any links in the show notes that go to business sites are affiliate links. Purchasing things you find at those links helps us pay for hosting fees and equipment for the podcast. You can see a list of our partners on the Support the Show page.