Thanks to a viral YouTube video, a best-selling book, and countless media appearances, Robert Lustig has become a widely-quoted and highly influential anti-sugar commentator. Which is a pity, because most of what he says is complete garbage.
With every passing year, the claims of diet gurus and health ‘experts’ seem to get more and more ridiculous. Today we examine the especially moronic claim that table sugar is as addictive and destructive as alcohol, cigarettes and even cocaine and heroin!
Thanks to his outlandish claims, Dave Asprey has been described as a “21st Century Snake Oil Salesman”. After having delved into the science behind his claims about “Bulletproof” coffee and mycotoxins, I have to agree.
When independent researchers recently reanalyzed the results of a trial involving the widely-used anti-depressant paroxetine (Paxil), they uncovered some very disturbing results.
A simple challenge to my haters: Prove your bullshit allegations about me, and I’ll give you lots of money!
Congratulations people, on being so incredibly dumb and gullible. Those after your money and freedom are so proud of you!
Cyber-bully and pretend health writer James Fell proudly continues his quest to make a complete ass of himself. And in the process, might just have endowed us with an “alternative” cure for insomnia!
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.