I am pleased to announce that after our two week break for Christmas and New Years Surviving The 21st Century will be back on the air Saturday Jan/7 at 10am pacific (1pm) eastern.

Joining me to discuss the state of health and nutrition in our modern world will be the writing and research team of Mannie Barling and Ashley Brooks. They have just published their third book It’s Not Your Fault, which takes a long hard look at the causes of obesity in our ‘supersize me’ world. The root causes will shock and horrify you.

2011 is shaping up to be a very interesting year for this program. We have several guests lined up and I am very pleased to say that on Saturday we will be joined by Patrick Kilpatrick. This well known actor has appeared in around 100 movies, and countless TV series. Listing his credits would likely cause me to contract carpel tunnel syndrome from typing, so I will point you instead to iMdb and Wikapedia.

What most people do not know about Patrick Kilpatrick is his dedication to the environment and heath and nutrition. For over four decades he has been committed to an organic lifestyle. He is also an active member of Greenpeace.

A common theme I here from people is that in todays modern world eating well is very difficult, time is at a premium, a fast food Egg McMuffin for breakfast, Whopper and Fries for lunch, and after an exhausting day at the office, who wants to cook? Of course the kids need feeding, so you take the path of least resistance and order a large Pizza and a two liter bottle of soda to be delivered!

Patrick Kilpatrick has spend thousands of hours on Movie and TV sets, I cannot wait to ask him how he deals with the rigors of being on location and still trying to maintain a level of sanity in the area of food consumption.

To listen live on Saturday please use this link. Or point your browser to www.blogtalkradio.com at 10am pacific, 1pm eastern. Our chatroom will be open and we invite you to use that to ask your questions, we will be delighted to answer them on air.

Simon Barrett

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