I recently interviewed a health guru. I refer to him as ahealth guru because so many people today look to this man for nutritional advice. I didn't know much about him and the few things I did see of his made me take a second look. He seemed to of known what he was taking about. As I was interviewed I was quickly reminded of the phrase, don't judge a book by it's cover.
Not only did this person not truly understand about health, and I am not just talking about, oh I disagree with him, but they clearly were saying things that are incorrect and saying it with confidence.
So much confidence in fact that if a person didn't understand the subject they could easily be fooled. That is one of the major problems in the health world today. So many people are making claims and leading people down a dark path.
I don't claim to know it all. Maybe one reason I seem to know a lot is because I only talk about what I do know. I'm aware all it takes is for one other person to know the truth about health and I'd be exposed easily if I didn't understand a subject but appeared to do so. As for those who didn't understand the subject, I'd seem like I had much knowledge about it.
It's okay to disagree. Opinions about the best diet, how much of a certain food to eat, etc. are based on many different facts. But to make a claim that this way is best and no other way works? You'd better have some good facts and solid information because eventually you will be exposed.
I have to wonder how some people have gotten so well known with their foolish teachings but that answered the questions right there, foolish teaching to fool foolish people.
I can't air the interview I did with this person, it was that bad but I can tell everyone to hang in there. There are still some well trusted knowledgelable people out their. Some of them you can find at this page,
As your health watchman I will keep looking out for you.