The Game Changers is a vegan ‘documentary’ that claims to be “Fueled by the Truth.” In reality, it is fueled by pseudoscience, dodgy anecdotes and rampant bias. It is quite possibly the worst nutrition documentary I’ve ever watched – and I’ve watched some stinkers.
The medical profession grudgingly admits (some still deny it) that SSRI antidepressants raise suicide risk in adolescents, but claims they pose no such risk in adults. They’re wrong – SSRI and the newer SSNRI drugs do indeed increase suicidal behaviour in adults. Drug companies have done all they can to hide this, but here’s the evidence that gives up their sleazy game.
In Part 1, I shared with you the story of ‘Adriano’, who went through hell after taking the SSRI antidepressant fluvoxamine. As you are about to learn, Adriano is hardly the only individual who experienced frightening personality changes after taking this supposedly ‘safe’ drug. Numerous medical papers have documented fluvoxamine-induced aggression, mania, violence and suicide. Fluvoxamine was also involved in the most famous school shooting of all time.
Think for yourself. It’s not that hard, really.
An Australian woman attempting to prove “vegans can do anything” has died while climbing Mount Everest.
If, after recent events, you thought Gary Taubes could not possibly sink any lower, then … you thought wrong.
For years, low-carb author Gary Taubes has been belittling and snidely dismissing those who disagree with his nonsensical claims about carbs, insulin and obesity. A couple of days ago, at an obesity conference in Canada, researchers announced the results of yet another metabolic ward study debunking Taubes’ claims. But this was no ordinary ward study – it was a study that Taubes himself helped conceive!
Polyunsaturated ‘vegetable’ oils have long been promoted as “heart-healthy”. Researchers recently presented yet more data showing these oils are in fact more likely to increase cardiovascular and overall mortality!
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.