.......interesting things about fitness, strength, diet and performance.
fantastic video!Will be forwarding that on to loads of people
Great work, "Meth," and thanks for forwarding along this fine AM, Chris. First thing I looked at and set the stage for a great day.I think you're gonna get a good run out of that one, Methuselah. I'll have the video up at my place shortly (bacon, eggs & a spot of fruit first, though :).
wow, awesome video. this might be saving me a lot of explaining too ;) thx for pointing it out Chris
I like the video for sure. It takes some very drastic shortcuts. For instance the influence of pharma co. on medical doctors and on research is not quite correct. However, there is some good stuff.
It's a logical argument, but don't overlook the benefits of technology. Just because humans did not start out using pesticides or GMOs doesn't necessarily mean they are bad for us. Medicine is not the only reason we live so much longer these days...
Actually, the human body is incredibly able to adapt. Although it is clear that some things are really not good for us, it's wrong to discard anything produced in the past 200yrs (or 10,000 for that matter) simply because the paleo man didn't eat it or use it.
Great video! :-)I'm going to have to pass it out, unfortunately so many people are stuck in their ways and believe that what they know has to be right ( or else they'd have to... change... ::shreeks::)just thinking about this though... what a scary, scary would we live in. Where scientists and professional's can be bought out and the average citizen knows nothing without their own research and curiosity.
Rayna,the world is not as dark as the video portrays. Unlike what the video says, most of the funding for medical research (not drug development) comes from federal agencies (NIH mostly, but also EPA, NSF to some extent). And most people are very careful to publish unbiased medical research.I'm not saying that people cannot be bought. This is actually a fact, and in every domain. But the vast majority of researchers remain ethical folks...that comes from someone with 15yrs of research experience, in several countries.
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