Naomi Whittel – Real Skinny on Fat Docuseries 2018
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Naomi Whittel shares her first documentary in a series of nine episodes. The first one includes interviews from Cate Shanahan, MD, author of Deep Nutrition; Nina Teicholz, author of The Big Fat Surprise; Angela Poff, PhD, research associate at the University of South Florida; Dr. Jennifer Hays-Grudo, Regents Professor at Oklahoma State University; and Dr. Joseph Maroon, Neurosurgeon at the University of Pittsburg.
The question is how do fats really affect us? How have we been mislead for so many years? What is ketogenics and why is it important?
To help spread this cutting edge research far and wide, The Real Skinny on Fat is 100% free for you to watch starting on July 17, 2018!
THE REAL SKINNY ON FAT THE TRUTH ABOUT WEIGHT LOSS EPISODE 1
The Real Skinny on Fat
Join Naomi for a brand new episode premiering every single day for nine full days and learn what it takes to once and for all take on one of the biggest challenges facing modern humans.
Each episode is available for you to watch for a full 24 hours before the next is released, and you’re not going to want to miss a single minute of this exclusive world premier. Learn more at the The Real Skinny on Fat website.
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