Numerous studies claim moderate alcohol consumption may confer health benefits to those over 40-50 (depending on which study you’re reading). This article explains why the alleged health benefits of moderate drinking are a myth, one based on statistical artifact rather than physiological reality.
Pro-abortion activists claim pregnancy termination is all about women’s health, but the data show otherwise. The recent Supreme Court decision has also confirmed that Justin Trudeau is not just Canada’s biggest wanker, but also the country’s most egregious hypocrite.
Fact check websites want you to believe “there are no credible news reports” of over 490,000 paralyzed children in India due to a Gates-funded polio vaccine. The 490,000+ figure is real and has indeed been published, not in the thoroughly discredited mainstream media, but in the peer-reviewed scientific literature.
Along with carb-paranoia and veganism, one of the more popular diet trends in recent times is “intermittent fasting” (IF). Long time readers will know the concept leaves me cold; the research to back all the lavish claims made for IF simply doesn’t exist. More research has emerged indicating IF is not all it’s cracked up to be, in the form of a recent randomized clinical trial that studied the effect of IF in middle-aged participants.
An increasing body of scientific and circumstantial evidence shows COVID-19 almost certainly came from a laboratory and was very likely man-made. The real ‘conspiracy theorists’ are those who continue to push the now-disproved tale that the virus emanated from a Wuhan wet market after “Patient Zero” ate an infected bat/pangolin/snake.
The Game Changers claims a vegan diet is the ultimate for athletic performance and will give you steroid-like muscle growth. The movie even claims animal foods lower testosterone, while eating vegan will make your dick harder! This article explains why these claims are complete and utter horseshit. Oh, and you’ll also learn why Arnold Schwarzenegger is a blatant hypocrite.
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.