Please read the following before emailing: I know it sounds strange, but I try to spend as little time on the Internet as possible, preferring to go outside and do stuff in the real world (a place where they have these things called “streets”, “trees” , “movies”, “beaches”, “comedy clubs”, “cafes”, and “libraries” – you folks over 30 might remember some of those things). What time I do spend on the net is divided between researching, shopping for boots/bike parts/discounted dimethylaminoethanol (try saying that backwards ten times quickly), and keeping tabs on the rapidly imploding world of finance.
As such, my time is limited and a response to any email correspondence cannot be guaranteed. There is an especially awesome chance your email will go unanswered if you’re asking for free advice, pissing and moaning about something I wrote, or trying to convince me to run an ad for your new-improved colon cleansing kit. If lack of response to your email communication tends to trigger psychotic episodes and uncontrollable fits of rage, it’s probably best not to write me in the first place.
If your email attempts to belittle me, my intellectual prowess and/or my writings (“You suck, you are unqualified, who do you think you are to point out the many failings of [insert name of clueless vegan or low-carb guru here], blah, blah, blah”), but fails to cite anything even resembling valid scientific evidence to back up your antagonism, I will automatically assume you are yet another impotent little piss-ant who feels threatened by what I say yet cannot produce even a skerrick of actual evidence to dispute it. What you need to do in this instance is look at your reflection in the mirror and repeat 10 times, morning and night, “You are a pathetic little troll with no worthwhile purpose in life!”
Also, please note I am not a doctor and not licensed to give medical advice. The content on this website is for informational and educational purposes only. As such, I can not and will not answer emails requesting personal advice on medical matters. So again, please don’t write asking me what to do about your low testosterone, man boobs, back pain, or if you should stop taking that fungal medication that was featured in a scary CNN story last week. That’s what you pay your doctor for, so please ask him. If you suspect your doctor doesn’t have a clue, then here’s a revolutionary idea: find another one. Also, you could do what some independent thinking adults have been known to do: use the information and citations on this website as a springboard for your own research. That, my friends, is what this website is actually here for.
That said, if you have something really truly earnestly interesting, important and non-moronic to tell me (i.e. you came across an interesting study you’d like to share, you want information on my books, or your sister looks the spitting image of Sara Varone and has a massive crush on me but is too shy to do anything about it), then by all means use this addy:
anthonycolpo [@] thefatlossbible.net