Since I’m re-losing weight after a rather disastrous 2014, I thought I’d go back to some of the books that helped me the first time around. Employing a new tool makes a rehash more fun, so here’s my first ever Sketchnote:
If you’re new to Sketchnoting, check out the Sketchnote Army. It’s mostly used by people to capture conference sessions, but I’m not nearly quick enough to do that (yet). Books seem like a good way to practice without having to worry about speed.
If you’re new to Dr. Kessler and his book The End of Overeating, check out the interview that he did on Science Friday. More recently, he re-worked The End of Overeating as a book for teens that I liked even better for those of us who don’t need a lot of scientific studies to be convinced that the modern food system is broken: Your Food is Fooling You.
Do you believe your brain has been rewired by a food industry run amok? How are you fighting back?
What do you think of sketchnotes as a way of conveying information about a book? I’m trying to decide if I want to make more….
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