There are lots of testimonials from people who say they lost weight with GOLO, but its effectiveness is not supported by any scientific evidence.
Most of what Steven Gundry says in his book The Plant Paradox is demonstrably wrong. There is no science-based reason to avoid lectins.
Routine multivitamins are likely not the best strategy for cognitive effects.
A study found that olive oil increased longevity and reduced the risk of cardiovascular disease, cancer, and other chronic diseases, but it only showed correlation, not causation.
An updated review of the evidence reinforces that routine vitamin use is mostly worthless.
Diet recommendations based on DNA are not based on good science.
A large clinical trial shows vitamin D supplementation had no effect on COVID-19.
The word "organic" has a precise definition in chemistry. It has been hijacked to refer to organic farming. Good communication requires that both parties use the same definition.
Vaping vitamins is a bad idea.
Joel Fuhrman thinks his Nutritarian diet will increase longevity and prevent or treat most chronic diseases. He claims it is based on science, but his evidence is far from convincing.