The two-time Emmy® Award-winning, critically acclaimed and nationally syndicated “The Dr. Oz Show” has begun its fourth season. What are you hoping to see?
Dan Brown, Rocket Scientist: “Fat ladies in the audience getting aroused and slippin’ out of their chairs when he tells them, ‘Big Pharma discovered a gene that causes you to eat too fucking much.’”
Mary Smith, Nice Old Lady: “Dr. Drew snorting antidepressants. Maybe the audience can guess how long it will take for him to go into a violent, suicidal frenzy. The winner takes home all the cash he got paid by Glaxo to promote SSRI’s.”
Marcy White, Stripper: “Dr. Oz eating food prepared by “Paula ‘I have Diabeedus’ Dean” and watching him become diabetic before the next commercial break.”
The Wizard of Oz was a fraudulent, old man pushing buttons and pulling levers to produce the illusion of power.
…Dr. Oz is a milk toast pussy who pushes the emotional buttons of Americans to grease the pharmaceutical levers of the drug dealing machine. His consistency is unmatched. Every time the pharmaceutical industry gets a profit erection, he’s at the end of it, hence the Stinky Sulfur Award.
As a high schooler, Dr. Oz was the nerd who lacked a prominent chin, always had his shoulders slumped and went after chicks he couldn’t get. He probably liked poking people in class, bragged about being in the Thespian club and got his lunch packed by mom. Now, as a prominent surgeon, he masquerades as a health nut guru who is nothing more than an overpaid doctor from Harvard who panders to the dumbest common denominator…
The show only succeeds because it serves as a mindless diversion in a society that’s been trained to crave entertainment over substance. Instead of highlighting real breakthroughs in health like environmental medicine, natural cures for less than $10 bucks, stent placement and lifesaving surgery techniques for youths in war torn countries, the audience is sold vaccines, hormones, Metamucil and enough crappy vitamins (made by the drug industry) to choke a celebrity rehabber.
Here are four reasons I hate this piece-of-shit-show.
Reason #1: Dr. Oz Warns of Phony Pandemics to Profit from Vaccine Sales
As a corporate con artist, Oz speaks of coming pandemics and outbreaks while urging parents to vaccinate kids. To protect his pro-vaccine stance, he uses idiotic oversimplifications like, “the benefits of vaccines outweigh the risk.” But, he doesn’t vaccinate his own children…His real interest in vaccines stems from greed. The Security and Exchange Commission reports that he owns 150,000 shares in vaccine maker Siga Technologies.
Reason #2 – Dr. Oz Contradicts Himself while Promoting Hormone Use
The TV wizard is wildly confused about The hCG Diet, a weight-loss regimen which prescribes a dangerously low number of daily calories (500) along with injections of synthetic Human Chorionic Gonadotropin (hCG).
Under the heading, “The Shortcuts Dr. Oz Would Never Take!” he writes against it, saying;
“Ultimately, it [hCG Diet] destroys your metabolism, as you are essentially starving yourself. Another negative side effect is the loss of muscle mass, so much that you will no longer be able to effectively burn calories.” – Dr. Oz
High on the stench of his own bullshit, he later promoted The hCG Diet in front of cameras. After expounding on its so-called benefits, he guided viewers to his favorite dealer by saying, “If you find someone like Dr. Emma (the HCG provider he had on his show), I think it’s worth trying.”
Apparently he doesn’t read medical journals. The British Journal of Clinical Pharmacology reported, “We conclude that there is no scientific evidence that HCG is effective in the treatment of obesity; it does not bring about weight-loss or fat-redistribution, nor does it reduce hunger or induce a feeling of well-being.”
Reason #3: TV Wizard Endorses Metamucil
Metamucil is junk. It’s “doctor speak” for chemical Kool-Aid. Nobody would drink this shit on their own. That’s why you need a wizard to trick you into choking it down. Dr. Oz thinks its great for you because it has a pinch of psyllium husk in it.
Metamucil is owned by the drug company Proctor and Gamble. If you want a list of “What Chemicals Not To Drink,” read the label. Carcinogens and excitotoxins are all there. Many of the additives in the chemical soup have been suspected to cause weight gain and symptoms of Alzheimer’s disease. As a paid spokesperson for Proctor and Gamble, Dr. Oz wants you to drink it.
Reason #4: He Promotes Multivitamins that Can Kill You
Dr. Oz insists that multivitamins are a good source of calcium and vitamin D.
A 2011 Women’s Health Initiative (WHI) Study published in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition concluded that calcium, or calcium and vitamin D supplementation, increased the risk of heart attack and stroke. An evaluation of nearly 24,000 individuals who participated in one arm of the European Prospective Investigation into Cancer and Nutrition (EPIC) study found that individuals who took calcium supplements regularly were 86 percent more likely to experience a heart attack than study participants who did not take any supplements at all.
The Illusion of Health is Deadly
Apparently, the intellectual and philosophical ideas required to highlight real discoveries in health require too much work to be absorbed by the average moron. Therefore, The Dr. Oz Show is nothing more than a tool for rich, elitist assholes to sell people more shit they don’t need.
Healthcare is a money vacuum…It’s estimated that by the year 2017, 1 out of every 5 dollars will be stolen from the economy under the guise of “healthcare.” By not confronting the many causes of our declining health, the Dr. Oz show and its illusion of health is making sure this prediction comes true.
It started last night at Corkbar, an over priced, non-organic wine bar that has great food, in tiny portions. Sipping away the dollars and hours, my wife and I made the best of it with Public Displays of Affection (PDA) mixed with discussions on how to teach our kids to be more defiant to organized religion, Big Government and anything else that steals independence and freedom in the name of security. But,the nerds next to me almost ruined it, giving rise to my latest Stinky Sulfur Award and almost a fight gone bad…
All five wore nerd badges like dork pride beacons announcing their employment by a major tech company like Google, Yahoo or Microsoft. And the more sips (not glasses) of wine they had, the louder they got. As a chemist, I get it. Their IQ exceeds their weight, plus they don’t get out much. Add alcohol and you get the perfect nerd storm brewing in a bar: Annoying laughter minced with geek speak characterized by a preference for Greco-Latinate words over Germanic ones (“it’s my observation” instead of “I think”). That’s when I thought of Bill Gates.
My Ego spoke, telling me to “look at the bright side.”
I love Divine Intervention…
I rationalized the annoyance with a creative contrast. These nerds are annoying, but at least they aren’t hurting anyone with forced polio vaccination, like King Nerd Bill Gates.
Thanks to The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, polio vaccines are being widely distributed to poverty-stricken children worldwide under the guise of eradicating the paralyzing virus forever. Stupid.
Just like you can’t get rid of every spec of sand after sex-on-the-beach with one shower, you can’t get rid of every single polio virus on the planet with a vaccine. Never having sex-on-the-beach, Gates doesn’t understand this.
Yea, polio is scary, just like many other possible but preventable infections outlined in my book, Over-The-Counter Natural Cures. It has caused paralysis and death throughout the ages. But a quick history lesson proves that vaccines aren’t the answer to avoiding it.
The world experienced a dramatic increase in polio cases beginning in 1910. Frequent epidemics became regular events. They were the impetus for a great race toward the development of the polio vaccine. It was developed in 1953 and an oral version soon after.
But the vaccines came too late. Polio infection plummeted before they were introduced, thanks to better sanitation and nutrition. That’s right. Just like Black Death – one of the most devastating pandemics in human history – was thwarted with cleaner living conditions, namely the removal of rats from living quarters, so to was polio. Sounds crazy, I know. Who would have thought that cleaner food and homes would lead to a healthier lifestyle? Not nerdy Gates, that’s for sure.
Polio vaccinations are a total failure because they can cause the same infection they’re supposed to prevent—polio. Medical journals around the world were discussing “the relation of prophylactic inoculations [polio vaccines] to the onset of poliomyelitis” as far back as 1951. The trend has only continued.
In a 2007 article entitled “Nigeria Fights Rare Vaccine-Derived Polio Outbreak,” Reuters News showed how polio vaccine programs ignited outbreaks among children in Nigeria, Chad, Angola, and Niger. Vaccine programs continued, thanks to the foundation.
Nerds Miss The Obvious
Nerds always miss the obvious. Gates is no exception and neither were the ones at Corkbar. As they prepared to leave, I positioned myself at the exit, obviously not there to wish them good night. Deer in headlights, they had no idea…
So here’s to you Gates. Your polio motives stink. World Polio Day is a perfect time to grant you with my Stinky Sulfur Award. It’s obvious who benefits from your charity. Big Pharma and your foundation, which has numerous indirect ties to the profits that come from your donations and the vaccine PR it generates. The immune systems of poverty-stricken children don’t need vaccinations, they need clean food, pure water and sanitary living conditions. You could use these to protect against polio. But, you’d still be a nerd.
My own wine consumption forced me to go from a chemist with a bad attitude to a chemist with a bad attitude. Yea, I’m that consistent. And I could’t help but think that bars don’t need nerds. I considered a good old-fashioned bar brawl as they shuffled toward me and the exit. My curse-of-gab could make them swing first, making me look like an innocent bystander after whooping their asses. One man against five nerds – desperate for chicks. They’d be outnumbered. That’s not fair. I happily opened the door, letting ‘em know, “Glad you’re leaving, now I can be the loud obnoxious one.” More nerdy laughs.
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If you post a picture of shoes on my Facebook wall, you’re annoying. If you’re behind me at a red light and honk the instant it turns green, you’re also annoying (unless it’s me, doing it to you). If you think you can tell me how I should speak and behave on my own blog, you’re really annoying, but you’re still not at the top of my “Really Fuckin’ Annoying” (RFA) list. That’s held by celebrities who endorse prescription drugs.
Don’t get me wrong, it’d be amazing if celebs used their platform to hawk emergency medicine. But they don’t. Instead, they push the dangerous crap that can’t be sold on safety and efficacy. It started around 1998 with Joan Lunden pitching Schering-Plough Corp.’s Claritin, it went on to figure skater Dorothy Hamill’s freestyle promotion of Merck’s deadly Vioxx, then to Folksinger Shawn Colvin singing the praises of GlaxoSmithKline’s anti-depression medication Wellbutrin. Then Bob Dole assured us that “the surge was working” in his commercials for Pfizer’s erection pill Viagra.
Today, Big Pharma is getting action from a seemingly trusty, lovable, 62 year old actress who is best-known in her television role, as Sister Bertrille in The Flying Nun. Unfortunately, she’s betrayed that trust by wiping her ass with medical journals and signing on to push Boniva – a “bone building” drug marketed to prevent osteoporosis by Roche and Glaxo.
Boniva is known chemically as a “bisphosphonate.” You don’t need to worry about pronouncing it. But you do need to know that Fosamax also belongs to the same class, which means it “smells just as bad.” These toxins were originally used to clean up calcium deposits in boiler pipes, and an “accidental” discovery showed that they severely inhibit the bones ability to discard old cells. Physicians interpreted this action as leading to “stronger bones,” with a thought process that went something like, “If the skeleton isn’t discarding old bone, then this here drug must help strengthen the bone.”
I couldn’t make this shit up if I was on a two-day bender with Charlie Sheen.
The medical community’s thought process was flawed from the start because its like trying to keep a person’s stomach full by putting a cork in their ass. But, since it was never tested properly, the theory was accepted as gospel, despite the fact that medical journals showed otherwise.
FDA Think Tanks Offer Words Of Wisdom
The New York Times sounded the alarm just last weekend stating, “Women who stop taking the drugs after five years have reduced fracture risk compared to those who continue taking them.”
The FDA told women that, “a drug holiday” may be warranted when writing about the ineffectiveness of bisphosphonates. Is that plagiarism? Sounds like it came right out of the Health Guide For The Lazy – never before has attaining stronger bones been so easy, just trash your pills!
Thank God for the FDA. I feel so safe with those think tanks in charge. But wait, Sally Field tells women otherwise…And, she can’t even spell bisphosphonate. I’ll bet on it, ‘cause even I ‘effed-it-up – only because I’m typing under the influence (TUI) though, not a moron.
Once melded into the skeletal system, bisphosphonates do in fact interfere with the shedding of old bone cells. Rather than “die off,” like sunburned skin, aging bone infected with Boniva and Fosamax freezes cells in place. This prevents them from rebuilding new bone, and like rotting wood, the skeletal system becomes brittle and weak – the exact opposite of what Sally’s stupid, anti-osteoporosis med rants imply.
Bone Building Drugs Shatter Bone
In their article, “Drugs to Build Bones May Weaken Them,” The New York Times highlighted that Boniva users, “show a rare type of leg fracture that shears straight across the upper thighbone after little or no trauma. Fractures in this sturdy part of the bone typically result from car accidents, or in the elderly and frail. But the case reports show the unusual fracture pattern in people who have used bone-building drugs called bisphosphonates for five years or more.”
The Times also tells us that Boniva can cause “jawbones to rot and die!” Physicians are calling this Dead Jaw. I guess Sally won’t be “dropping down” for Big Pharma much longer, especially since the industry is “so big.”
My Beer Gets Warm Listing Side Effects
Some “minor” side effects of bisphosphonates include severe and occasionally incapacitating bone, joint and/or muscle pain, eye redness and/or tenderness…The list goes on but my beer’s getting warm.
So what’s the alternative to anti-osteoporosis drugs? Take a “drug holiday,” on me! Then start taking an all-natural cod liver oil (I recommend http://www.nordicnaturals.com), while doing some resistance training three times per week. It’s the only thing proven to strengthen bones long term. If you’re carrying around excess weight, hello!? Give your skeletal system a break, lose it with Hormone Intelligence Therapy at http://www.ampmfatloss.com.
The Flying Nun – Sally Field – is losing airspeed and I predict she’ll stall and spin. Lawsuits against the makers of “bone building drugs that shatter bones” are on the rise and negative testimonials are popping up as often as you check your Facebook wall.
Secret Fetish Could Have Prevented This Award
I hereby grant a “Stinky Sulfur Award” to Sally Field for “boning up” to the challenge of squandering her public trust and bringing misinformation, deception, and suffering to millions (in exchange for a fat check from Roche/Glaxo). Nobody could do it as “cute” and ruthlessly as her…
Though, I have to admit. If Sally were hot, this award may have never occurred because I have a secret fetish for sexy women talking about “stiffness” and “bones.” But she’s not. So here’s to Sally, who’s RFA!…Maybe she’ll have a future in reality TV as a celeb turned con artist, the cast is growing daily.
The vitamin industry cannot be taken seriously. The well-known Vitamin D Council proves this. Their ability to shove falsified science down the throats of unsuspecting consumers makes even the most scandalous drug reps envious. Anyone who can crank out this much bogus shit without being tagged as con-artists deserves an award. Hopefully, consumers will reject “D propaganda” and regain their health before it’s too late.
The Vitamin D Council states that we need to raise our levels of vitamin D. But what are optimum levels and who defines them?
Thanks to statistical contortionism, the real answers were buried faster than Dr. Oz drops down for pharmaceutical fellatio. But if you can understand “greater than and less than” math, you can cut the crap.
You need sunshine to be healthy, not vitamin D pills
Since 1997, the National Institutes of Health (NIH) has shown that blood levels equal to or slightly greater than 15ng/ml of a substance known as 25-hydroxyvitamin D (25-D) are indicative of a healthy vitamin D level. This can easily be achieved from moderate sun exposure. You can slosh through all the studies that prove this if you want.
The Journal of Clinical Endocrinology Metabolism published the vitamin D levels of 93 healthy young adults who were regularly exposed to sunlight in Hawaii. The median 25-D level was 31.6ng/ml.
The Canadian Medical Association Journal revealed the average 25-D levels of a cross-section of healthy Calgary citizens. It was 23ng/ml.
Another study on healthy Bangladeshi women found that approximately 80% of the women had a 25-D level under 16ng/ml.
A 1992 study of healthy full-term infants from China revealed serum concentrations of 25-D ranging from an average of 5ng/ml to 14ng/ml.
According to Dr. John Cannell, founder and Executive Director of the Vitamin D Council and his colleague Dr. Michael Hollick, these levels are too low. “We have long advocated maintaining a 25-D level of greater than 60ng/ml. But even those suggested levels might be too low, we may need to revise our suggestion to say that a target level of 80ng/ml or perhaps 100ng/ml should be adopted, insisted “D spin docs.”
Are you starting to see the bigger picture?
15, 31, 23, 14ng/ml vs 100ng/ml! Let the beating, I mean the translation begin.
When you translate Cannell’s bullshit logic, it states that “optimal” vitamin D levels should be three times greater than the average level recorded in the blood of healthy, young Hawaiian sunbathers! That means sunshine will never be enough.
Their underlying message is uniquely crafted to convert healthy people into patients. This tactic comes from Drug Pushing 101. Dr. Cannell and the Council are seasoned pros at it, too.
Converting Healthy People into Pill Poppers
The Vitamin D Council has every American, including new born babies, convinced that they don’t have optimal levels of “vitamin D.” And because no amount of sunshine will create those levels, you’re forced into overdosing on a shit sandwich loaded with drugs disguised as vitamin D2 and D3, which are vastly different “biochemically” than food or sunshine-derived vitamin D in your body.
Are you starting to smell the sulfur?
Telling us that we need exorbitant levels of 25-D lurking in our blood, by choking down a man-made pill is like throwing caution to the wind and arrogantly implying you’re more powerful than the sun.
Wait, I can actually relate to that. I wish I could dominate natural law even more so…
I wish I could inhale the sweet smoke of tobacco without trashing my lungs.
I wish MDMA didn’t melt neurotransmitter production.
I wish my kids realized how imagination trumps education to exceed all teachers expectations.
I wish I could drink my body weight in tequila and wake up feeling refreshed, ready to eat a bullshit sandwich without puking.
But it’s impossible. And every now and then, a large group of scientists intervene for a reality check. Enter the Institute of Medicine (IOM).
Commissioning a full-fledged investigation by the Tufts Evidence-based Practice Center, the IOM asked experts to look at all the available vitamin D science to date and measure the validity of the vitamin D claims. After a meticulous examination, the report’s conclusion stated that, “the majority of the findings concerning vitamin D, calcium, or a combination of both nutrients on the different health outcomes were inconsistent.”
Psychiatrists Disguised as Vitamin D Tyrants Fight Back
Tyrants don’t take to science easily. They always fight back. And the vitamin D council is doing so by inventing a new disease known as “Vitamin D Deficiency Syndrome,” or VDDS.
According to Dr. Cannell, VDDS exists for anyone with 25-D blood levels equal to or less than 25ng/ml who also have two or more of the following conditions: osteoporosis, heart disease, hypertension, autoimmune diseases, certain cancers, depression, chronic fatigue or chronic pain. And since sunshine won’t help you meet this artificial level, most of us are going to qualify as patients based on the faulty, 25-D blood test.
Dr. Cannell has been sniffing pharmaceutical cotton for so long, he thinks his shit don’t stink. Did you know that Cannell’s previous gig was as a psychiatrist in a hospital for the criminally insane? Now you do. Psychiatrists are master disease branders and drug pushers. It’s no surprise that once your diagnosed deficient by his standards, he’ll sell you his own “vitamin danger” as, “Dr. Cannell’s Advanced D.”
Truth be told, vitamin D2 and D3 are man-made drugs, suitable for rat poison, not vitamins. And the University of Colorado reminded the scientific community of this danger when they published, “In fact, baits containing large quantities of vitamin D are used very effectively as rodenticides (rat poison).”
Popular poisons Quintox and Rampage prove this. They contain less than 8 percent vitamin D per serving and will kill a rat in 1 to 4 days, which means vitamin D wouldn’t make it past clinical trials if it were treated like the drug it is!
When ingested, synthetic vitamin D products mobilize calcium from the rodent’s bones into its bloodstream, producing hypercalcemia, kidney failure, central nervous system depression and heart failure – all signs of parathyroid dysfunction. Pigs fed vitamin D3 in doses equivalent to human intake suffer the same fate! And humans aren’t immune to “D danger.”
Nutritionists Abandon Science to Join “D Circus.”
Nutritionists are unaware. Male cheerleader turned nutrition guru, Johnny Bowden (Whoops, I spelled his name wrong.), proves it. Vitamin D pills are his crown jewels, and he likes “bromancing the Dr. Cannell stone.” He often uses statistical contortionism to push it as a non-toxic cure-all, akin to water! He doesn’t understand that, unlike water, it’ s a “cumulative poison;” meaning that it’s absorbed by fat cells and festers internally for months. It’s called bio-accumulation. And that’s where small, daily ingestion becomes dangerous, the repeated use over time gives way to side effects – death in slow motion. Water on the other hand gets passed through readily after used, and doesn’t snuggle into the far away corners of our fat cells.
Nutrition clowns who abandon science to join the vitamin D circus always miss that.
Writing for the Journal of Clinical Endocrinology Metabolism, scientists showed that vitamin D consumption, decreases parathyroid function and may depress bone turnover to some degree. Trevor Marshall, PhD, professor at Australia’s Murdoch University School of Biological Medicine and Biotechnology demonstrated that it suppresses the immune system, concluding that, “The comprehensive studies are just not showing that supplementary vitamin D makes people healthier.”
Fortunately, when produced by our skin, in response to sunshine, the intelligence of our hormonal system protects us from toxicity by rapidly breaking down the vitamin D-like compounds, which is why nobody has ever been damaged by sun-induced production. Unfortunately, the same cannot be said for oral ingestion of the franken-chemicals, D2 and D3.
Bullshit logic or nutrient logic? Pills made in a lab, or sunshine? You decide. In the meantime, may this award prove that the Vitamin D Council is nothing more than a thinly disguised veil for a Vitamin D Medicine Show – a scientific pantomime. Sunshine and select, naturally occurring, vitamin D rich foods will always optimize our levels, no matter how “low” they might be according to the ill-found standards of pill pushers.
Thumbing the remote looking for UFC, I came across something appalling – more so than watching grown men bash each other’s skulls in. It almost made me gnaw into my black leather wrist band.
Men’s health editor, David Zinczenko was hawking his latest health abomination, Eat This Not That! For Kids! And when asked by the twit show host, “What’s the best dessert for my kids,” Zinczenko replied, “Have them eat THIS Dairy Queen banana split with only 73 grams of sugar, NOT THAT Baskin Robbins Classic banana split with 125 grams of sugar.”
Do you think Zinczenko wants me to whack his head with THIS aluminum bat or THAT wooden one? Junk food swapping is just as dangerous, albeit much slower in its destruction. But essentially, that’s what he is asking parents to choose between when it comes to feeding kids dessert.
Eat This, Not That is a clever disguise for, Eat Shit, Not Crap.
I suspect his publishers felt the profanity wouldn’t sit well with parents, so they changed it at the last minute to the more politically correct, Eat This, Not That. The sticky sweet, diabetic bombs they call desserts stayed. And Men’s Health has been raking it in ever since.
The stench of Eat Shit, Not Crap blasting through the TV should have been a dead give-away for my Stink award to millions of Americans. The odiferous, sulfur smell penetrated my boob tube faster than Oprah eats dessert courtesy of her “food addiction.”
Eat Shit, Not Crap is a “how to book” for child neglect. It’s 100% nutritionally bankrupt, health advice.
The Zinczenko and Men’s Health publishing game is known as “pandering.” They cater to the lower desires and addictions of the masses by telling them what they want to hear, rather than what they desperately need to hear.
What Parents Want to Hear
“You don’t have to change your kids lifestyle to lose weight. Just make some simple food swaps and they’ll shed pounds, be healthier, feel better, and ultimately be more successful. If not, we have a pill for them, you unlucky son-of-a-bitch.”
Of course, nothing could be further from the truth.
Zinczenko, and his partner in crime Goulding, are fueling the metabolic syndrome epidemic on a mass scale under the pretense of health, while systematically pilfering our nation’s wallets and purses.
What Parents Need to Hear
“You’re feeding your pets better than your kids.”
When was the last time your dog ate Dairy Queen? Or drank its body weight in juice?
When was the last time your dog sucked a bowl of sugary Cheerios down his throat at 7 am, or lapped up a Go-gurt and soda for lunch?
Lancet reports that children who consume even a single sugary soda per day are 60 percent more likely to become obese.
The junk foods recommended by nutrition ignoramuses Zinczenko and Goulding, guarantees that obesity, diabetes, heart disease, and cancer will continue to rise in this country. When your dog outlives your children, you’ll know why. And you can blame Men’s Health for it.
Men’s Health should carry a question mark at the end of their magazine title – “Men’s Health?.” That’s “honesty in advertising.”
Zinczenko has appeared on the Today Show 19 times to push his Eat This, Not That! book series. Impressive. When I wrote my book, Over-The-Counter Natural Cures, I was stoked with one appearance on Fox.
Every time he makes national news, Zinczenko singlehandedly shifts America’s discussion from, “Should we be eating sugar laden foods?” to “Which sugar-laden food will kill my kids slower?”
Sugar is the devil, period.
It’s more addicting than cocaine, and makes you look frumpy, ugly and old. And it makes kids hyper and unruly. In time, they grow obese, and end up watching my kids kick ass on the playing field, while riding the bench.
But never fear, the addiction can be broken, while still getting a “sweet fix.”
Make Picky Kids Skip Dessert
Mouth Watering, Sweet and Moist Desserts That Won’t Accidently Kill Your Kid
Picky kids don’t eat dessert in my house. If they won’t eat a scrumptious, all-natural meal from Mom (usually loaded with grass fed beef, chicken, fish or eggs, and crammed full of real butter, coconut oil, avocados, seeds, nuts and veggies), then they’re not hungry, and dessert isn’t an option. Otherwise, freshly made, quick desserts courtesy of Your Plate, Your Fate are always on the menu at my house.
With less sugar than an apple, our homemade desserts are more popular than anything from the store, especially with the chocolate ganache toppings and more. And it won’t put our kids in The Fat Cow Hall of Fame. Any parent can provide the same.
So, it’s with great pleasure I give my Stinky Sulfur Award to authors David Zinczenko and Matt Goulding for their Eat This, Not That! series. Eat Shit, Not Crap is guiding millions of hapless Americans down the road to sickness and premature death. Crack the book the next time you’re at Wal-Mart. See for yourself. Then put it back on the shelf, wash off the stench, and go post your one-star review at Amazon.com. Drop me an email when you do, with a link to it, and I’ll send you a personal thank you.