A diet and health-centered "Kids Say The Darndest Things"
One of my favorite television shows of all time was the classic Ark Linkletter program called "Kids Say The Darndest Things." Bill Cosby took over hosting duties in recent years for this popular show asking kids to provide their own unique answers to some questions with obvious answers. And yet those answers were always so creative as fans of the show would quickly attest to. It's what made watching the show so much fun!
In Episode 26 of "Livin' La Vida Low-Carb On YouTube," I embark on my own version of "Kids Say The Darndest Things" by asking some children to tell me what think about diet, healthy eating, and unhealthy eating. Their answers may just surprise you and are likely atypical of what most kids of today's generation would have to say about this subject. But I'm encouraged that there is some hope for our future with answers like the ones provided in today's video.
Hear what these kids had to say in today's video:
Again, I used our new FLIP camera to do the videotaping of the segments with the kids outside of the studio and it worked fabulously. The only problem was the audio when you don't speak up. That's why I turned the background music OFF during the interviews with the kids so you could hear what they were saying. I've got a big mouth (no comments from the peanut gallery), so you can usually hear my voice over the bed of music. The kids did an AWESOME job and I was so proud of them.
Go back through our archives of YouTube videos and catch up with any you may have missed. We changed the way the videos are listed at YouTube by including the subject matter in the title now so it's easier to find past episodes by topic. THANKS for the suggestions everyone. Keep them coming by sending an e-mail to us anytime at email@example.com and be sure to subscribe to our videos so you'll always get the latest videos as soon as they are uploaded. We welcome comments about how to improve our videos and gladly take proposals for future topics to talk about. THANK YOU for supporting our "Livin' La Vida Low-Carb On YouTube" video series.