For those who don't follow my Twitter account (@whsource), here are links to my two most recent interviews.
Smash the Fat with Sam Feltham. We discuss the eternally controversial question, "is a calorie a calorie"? Like many other advocates of the low-carbohydrate diet, Feltham believes that the metabolic effects of food (particularly on insulin), rather than calorie intake per se, are the primary determinants of body fatness. I explain the perspective that my field of research has provided on this question. We also discussed why some lean people become diabetic. Feltham was a gracious host.
Nourish, Balance, Thrive with Christopher Kelly. Kelly is also an advocate of the low-carbohydrate diet for fat loss. This interview covered a lot of ground, including the insulin-obesity hypothesis, regulation of body fatness by the leptin-brain axis, how food reward works to increase calorie intake, and the impact of the food environment on food intake. I explain why I think proponents of the insulin-obesity hypothesis have mistaken association for causation, and what I believe the true relationship is between insulin biology and obesity. Kelly was also a gracious host. He provides a transcript if you'd rather read the interview in text form.