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I wish the people who wrote the reviews complaining about the production quality would update their comments because Joe has already addressed and fixed the issue. I understand constructive criticism but the man heard your suggestions and responded, we should do the same. Anyway, this is my new favorite podcast and i look forward to it every week. Keep up the good work Joe and Brian.

Episode 1267

In listening to these two men discuss reasons for obesity, I became very frustrated. First, one, Gary, seems to be focusing on weight gain and weight loss in general, whereas, Stephan is focused on chronic obesity ( not just being overweight , or out of shape). Looking at two different issues and problems will result in different finding and information and a lot of crosstalk.
Secondly, both seem to propose an “either/or” reason for weight gain or loss. To Gary, it’s the body, hormones, and sugar/carb intake. To Stephan it is the Brain’s regulation of the body as a whole, and the amount of calories, not what type.

I cannot understand why the “reason” for excessive weight gain and/or chronic obesity cannot be seen as a combination of both the mind AND the body. The last time I checked, the brain is in charge of most interactions in the body . Even those “ programmed” to function automatically are in many ways “ controlled” by the brain. There is a huge disconnect in the discussion in terms of the human body and intricacies of it as a whole. So many factors go into simple functions like breathing, or walking... it seems clear to me( as a non doctor and non scientist) that something such as weight gain or loss likely is influenced by almost all systems of the body. Yet, in the first hour of this podcast , I heard nothing about this.

I’m also perturbed by the competitiveness and “ one-up-manship” of the debate. Why can’t they be more civil to someone who is also working on solving a very important problem? They should be on the same team. Instead, they seem to be competing for some unknown prize that the rest of us are not aware of. Was there a $200 gift card to Blue Apron as the Grand Prize? Who knows.

In any case, it was interesting to listen to , but after so long, I had to give up. The tension turned me off, so I turned it off.

None diverse and self centered

Only white men are guests and Joe talks more than the guests .

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