Only two people have written to protest my recent “adrenal fatigue” article: not surprisingly, one was James Fell. The other is someone who exhibits the same narcissistic, self-aggrandizing, authority-revering and proudly ignorant mindset he does. Meet Allison Fall, MD, the Colorado IME doctor routinely rated as “poor” by her patients.
This week’s article is a special 2-for-1 deal: You get a peek inside the mind of a loud-mouthed ignoramus masquerading as a health reporter and you’ll learn the truth about “adrenal fatigue”!
They have a lot to answer for, but stupid people do have their uses. In addition to making smart people feel better about themselves, dopey and irrational people often serve important educational functions.
Yours truly recently had the pleasure of being interviewed by Janah, Stephanie and Brett from That Paleo Show, and the entire podcast is now online.
Grab some popcorn and pull up a chair as Danny Albers tries to rationalize away his recent behaviour.
Some guy by the name of Danny Albers loudly calls me out over my claim low-carb diets are inferior for athletes – and makes a complete fool of himself in the process.
In this candid interview, popular author and conditioning wizz Robb Wolf speaks his mind on low-carb, Paleo, CrossFit, and the danger of relying on caffeine to cope with heavy work schedules!
Gee, I just love it when some sleazy, lying dogmatic jerk accuses me of being a fringe lunatic out to rip people off…
Germans are wonderful, friendly, highly educated people with a reputation for precision. Except for this bloke.
Die universell akzeptierte sogenannte Lipidhypothese der Herzkrankheit behauptet, dass gesaettigte Fettsaeuren den Blutcholesterinspiegel erhoehen und dass diese Erhoehungen Herzkrankheiten und Hirnschlag verursachen. Seit Jahren sage ich dass diese Theorie Unsinn ist. Und seit Jahren haben mich die tragisch ignoranten Vertreter dieser unhaltbarenn Theorie laecherlich gemacht.