Given the contrarian nature of much of my content, I don’t expect everyone to like me or my work. However, using half-truths, outright lies and personal attacks to discredit me or anyone else with the temerity to go against the grain is not cool. Today, I sink my teeth into the two 1-star reviews of The Great Cholesterol Con that appear on Amazon.com.
Real meat is a natural, nutrient-dense product fuelled by solar-powered bio-mass. Fake meat is a heavily industrialized, unnatural and nutritionally inferior imposter.
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.
Notorious Internet troll Harley Johnstone, a.k.a. Durianrider, has embarked on a shady new business venture: Selling overpriced Chinese bicycle frames to unsuspecting buyers, and asking them to do so in a manner that removes some of their consumer protections.
Harley “Durianrider” Johnstone loudly proclaims himself to be a diet and fitness ‘expert.’ In reality, he is a nasty stalker and cyber-bully. Here are six reasons, backed by plenty of evidence, why you should be extremely wary of this abhorrent character.
Think for yourself. It’s not that hard, really.
Vegan ex-restaurant owner Dan Hoyt has been arrested yet again for public lewdness, after he pulled his pants down and exposed himself to a female at a Manhattan subway station. And ex-vegan restaurateur Sarma Melngailis has been arrested after a year on the run with her husband, charged with stealing $844,000 from investors and failing to pay $40,000 of wages owed to their employees.
An Australian woman attempting to prove “vegans can do anything” has died while climbing Mount Everest.