Food Management: Do the Less Normal Thing

New to the show? This one may change your life.

At the beginning of the year, my friend and I were desperate to lose weight. We were eating better but our work didn’t show on the scale. Now it does! New Plan A: If you’re looking for a diet that isn’t a fad, is sustainable and has worked for many people (compete with delicious recipes and real food, I’ll share my experience so far with The Wild Diet. I’m happy and getting slimmer. Thanks to my new nutrition plan, I’m ditching Plan B. My friend and I were just going to hang out with Sumo wrestlers to feel better about our size. Sumo, no more!

Today’s topics:

  1. You know all those things we take for granted? The hopeless wage slavery? Homelessness? High heels? You’re soaking in stress and whatever nasty fluid they use to wash our brains. Time to step back and challenge that.
  2.  Today’s hearty and filling podcast recommendation: The Fat-burning Man with Abel James (winning diet advisor on the show, My Diet is Better than Yours.)  I knew my relationship with food was changing (and quickly) when I started turning into a food snob. After just a few days on the Wild Diet, I started sneering at groceries. You might like Abel James but I bet you’ll love his nutrition plan. Food doesn’t have to be the enemy/seductress/self-medication/secret lover anymore!
  3. Water: do you drink it? Back to basics: drink water because it’s the better choice than all that other crap.

Beyond food, what about your other life management headaches?

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This week’s featured book will be a fine distraction from all that stress you don’t want to think about: Brooklyn in the Mean Time.

This week’s featured book is Brooklyn in the Mean Time. It’s about my criminal history in ’90s New York. Expect action, fight scenes, a sexy little person, a giant and heartbreaking brilliance amid killer family shenanigans. Plus a jewel heist! Enjoy!

*Please note that if you have a health condition or concern, please consult a health care professional before proceeding with any changes to your health maintenance regimen. Don’t take medical advice from a podcast! See your doctor in person for a proper consultation. 

Robert Chute is a massage therapist with 24 years experience who works in stress, pain management and injury rehabilitation. A former journalist, Robert is also the author of many books, ranging from non-fiction to science fiction, horror, fantasy and crime thrillers. If you’re interested in his fiction, you’ll find his books under his pen name, Robert Chazz Chute.

Music credit: 

Floating Cities Kevin MacLeod (
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About Rob

I'm the horror author of This Plague of Days, the zombie apocalypse series with an autistic hero. I also write suspense, crime thrillers and dark fantasy. I'm nice.
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