He's on tv now; 8:30 am in California. His name is Doug Kaufmann, and he's a "healthy lifestyle" proponent. While much of his info seems right on (organic, lots of veggies, and as unprocessed as possible). Some of it is quite alarming.
For example, on one show he showed us his fridge, and while much was healthy, he opened up a drawer and exclaims, "And this is my favorite section. As many of you who watch the show know, I LOVE MEAT!!!"
He makes food with a chef named Denni, and while the main, meaty course is accompanied by a vegetable, he never even tries the vegetable, just the meat!
And on today's show, he mentioned how, if he had just taken his supplements, then he wouldn't have acquired a recent infection in his lungs.
His shows are peppered by sort of "commercials" that feature the president of some kind of supplement trying to tell us all the health benefits of taking their products. Other parts of the show features these presidents sitting around and talking about their companies. Thing is; honestly, they all look like sh*t! It's like how you'd imagine a meeting to be with a bunch of pharmaceutical big-wigs, except now it's supplements that are being pushed at us.
Now, much of his info seems right on, like I said, but something, just a little "something" seems a bit strange. Anyone heard of this guy? He's also a proponent of the idea that cancer is a fungus, which I can agree with. However, he mentions that sugars (like in fruit) set up conditions in which cancer can thrive, since sugar produces an acid environment that fungi love. And meat doesn't? Doesn't meat set up an acid condition? Oh, AND he does not like grain, since many grains carry fungus.
Any thoughts people?