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Some Health At Every Size advocates violate core principles of health care ethics

Reading Time: 8 minutes Below is a discussion with Michelle Allison. Because I thought this was an interesting discussion from which I learned much, because I think Michelle is wrong, and because there are still some details to be worked out, I have challenged Michelle to a debate on my new podcast co-hosted with Avi Bitterman. On this podcast, Avi and I will challenge individuals to debates who are prominent on social media in the nutrition science space. We will have a Challenge List that will provide for the reasons for these challenges, including posts documenting the reasons why we think the people that…

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I have no words #7. I have no words.

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I have no words #6. The cooked meat carnivores have betrayed the movement.

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I have no words #5. They want you to be miserable. They want you to eat soy. That is how they exert control.

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I have no words #4. Don’t eat soy

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I have no words #3. Why do we need peer-reviewed science if we can just tweet instead?

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I have no words #2. Vaccine #MeToo, cancer smoothies, calorie counting causes bone loss, and plant-based keto keto lean keto keto

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I have no words #1: Treating heart disease by taking vitamin K2 and increasing LDL

Reading Time: < 1 minute The “I have no words” series will consist of tweets in the online health space for which I have no words. This introduction will be the only part of the series for which I have words. Subscribe to Blog via Email Enter your email address to subscribe to this blog and receive notifications of new posts by email. Email Address Subscribe Producing high-quality scientific work like this takes many hours of work. This is made possible through the support of readers and viewers like you. Please consider donating below. In just a few clicks, sign up to donate $5 monthly…

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A debate on science? An open letter to Garth Davis about science communication and unhealthy vegan diets.

Reading Time: 7 minutes I received the following comment, I assume, from Dr. Garth Davis. If this is Garth, great. If it is a troll, also OK, as this gives me the opportunity to fully discuss important issues about science communication and poor quality vegan diets. For context, my disagreement with Garth started over the plant-based diet documentary film The Game Changers. I have been very disappointed in the reception of The Game Changers by the plant-based community. I have a lot of respect for James Wilks–he is both well-meaning and clearly very intelligent–as well as many of the other people involved in the…

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Grains are more nutritious than meat

Reading Time: 6 minutes As a former Paleo dieter (for 10 years!), the ideas that grains are nutritionally deficient, meat nutritionally rich, and carbohydrates inherently harmful were deeply engrained in my habits of thinking. So much so that my first forays into eating whole grain bread after learning about plant-based diets were marked by an anxiety that lasted for years–“am I eating carbohydrates instead of fats for an ideological reason, at the expense of my health? Surely these plant-based writers cannot be right?” Well, certainly the plant-based writers are not right, as I understand now that they could not impartially analyze their way out…

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