by Sean Croxton & Morley Robbins
Introducing my main man Morley.
How could you not love the guy?
I first met Morley last year in Vernon Hills, IL as I was co-teaching the Functional Diagnostic Nutrition live course with Reed Davis.
My first recollection of Morley is of him standing up during a break and educating the entire class on the injustices of the FDA.
Right then, I knew he was my kind of guy.
To say he is passionate about real health is an understatement.
If you listen to UW Radio you likely know him as a frequent caller from the 847. Over the last 2 years, I have received many emails from listeners wondering just who Morley is. So, I thought it would be a good idea for you to get to know him.
A couple of months ago, we got together to record a podcast. But since I was so busy finishing my book, I didn’t have a chance to get this out to you. And I was also having a tough time finding a free podcast player that didn’t bombard you with cheesy ads. I finally found one.
This was actually supposed to be an email-list-only podcast. But since there is no UW Radio show scheduled this week due to the Thanksgiving holiday, I decided to make it available to everyone. To receive future exclusive podcasts, enter your email address in the upper right corner of this page.
In this podcast, Morley Robbins and I discuss:
* The roots of his strong passion for health and wellness.
* What he means when he says we have been “misled…and misfed”.
* The issue/item in our food industry that keeps him awake at night.
* The one thing he would change about the American diet if he had a magic wand.
* How, as a health coach, he changes the dietary perspectives of his clients.
Morley and I also discuss the interesting concept behind his forthcoming book. I can’t wait to read it! We’ll definitely have him on UW Radio once it hits the shelves.
Click HERE and meet my main man Morley.
Author, The Dark Side of Fat Loss
Great interview – thanks! Nice to hear about his inspiration and transformation, and good introduction to your main man. Morley mentioned somebody whose name I can’t quite figure out. Sounded like Stephen or Stefan “DNA”, PhD from University of Washington. What is his name??
@Sarah – I think you are asking about Stephan Guyenet – His blog is:
He also spoke at the Ancestral Health Symposium in August – http://vimeo.com/27927729