By Bob McCauley
Dr. Greger says: “People sure love their pond scum”. Here we go again. When someone is determined to prove a point in the health world, they cherry-pick a study or two to “prove” what they already believe. Dr. Greger of NutritionFacts.org is typical example of this kind of irresponsible presentation of the facts. I show in this video that anyone can quickly present a study, take a couple of quotes out of context, and call it good. What this does is confuse everyone about what is actually healthy, and what is not.
I don’t know Dr. Greger, and I’m sure he’s a nice guy. But we when it comes to chlorella and spirulina, he is clueless. He proclaims they are “pong scum”, throws up a study or two to prove it then it’s on to the next half-truth and innuendo. When it comes to Spirulina and Chlorella, I’m having none of it.
Yes, I undoubtedly do love my pond scum, but I am smart enough not to refer to them as “pond scum”, but rather explain to people how and why Spirulina is one of the most powerful foods on earth. Maybe you should take closer notice to Dr. Bob since Naturopaths tend to actually know something about health and don’t dismiss the world’s most nutritious foods as the scum that floats upon water.
Dr. Greger’s video: