Convinced that the means of super, good health is a detox of white food or processed food or what have you, I’ve tried to detox and quit as after a couple days I feel weak and feeble. I always feel I’ve failed.
Thus I couldn’t be happier to learn that you don’t need to detox. The whole idea is a myth because your body gets rid of toxins anyway. It’s an attractive idea, but there’s no science behind it.
Seems all we need to do is eat well.
For the whole truth on the legendary lawsuit against McDonald’s watch the video above. As with all the Adam Ruins Everything videos’ Adam Conover will see that the scales fall from your eyes and the truth comes to light.
I’m not kidding, you should see this and spread the truth.
I had heard that giving low income people clothing hurt their developing economies. Also, often if a charity gives people free shoes or clothes, they may turn around and sell them since they didn’t really need or want shoes.
This short video confirms those notions.
So while I’ll still donate to charity, I’ll be less likely to give to “hot” charities or to faux charities like Tom’s Shoes that have a new cool idea.
(FYI in China Tom’s $4 shoes are sold for $90 in their stores — and much less on the street.)
How is this legal? We should get this monopoly broken up.
I have contacted my senators.
I learned about this YouTube channel which led, evidently, to a TV show. Adam Ruins Everything is a must see program if you want to see what lies and myths we’re fed as consumers and citizens.
Guess, what? You don’t need to drink 8 glasses of water or liquid a day.
Adam loves research and he uses that to ruin everything so I’ve subscribed. I will still tip, but I’ll relax about drinking 8 glasses a day, a goal I’ve never attained.