Not since What the Health has a documentary piece of Vegan propaganda made such a splash.
The Game Changers is a new film touting the benefits of a plant-based diet (code word for vegan) you can catch on Netflix that is big on sensationalism, short on facts.
I hate to even call attention to films like these because they are so beyond stupid... but so many of my friends reach out to me asking me what I think since they know I am a health coach and I am passionate about human nutrition, and that I recommend a meat-based lifestyle.
The bottom line is this:
Humans have been eating meat for hundreds of thousands of years... and now all of a sudden meat is the cause of our health problems? I don't think so. How does that even make any sense?
It's much more likely that the rise in plant-based foods such as sugar, grains and processed vegetable oils are responsible for our declining health.
James Cameron invested 140 million dollars in a pea protein company (which is conveniently left out of the film). He stands to make massive profits from people giving up meat and looking for alternative protein sources, so you have to consider the source when considering the information they provided in the film.
Here are a few reviews of the film worth reading:
If you'd rather watch videos than read articles, here are several to get you started:
I am proud to be listed as an Associate Producer for "The Game Changers Officially Debunked":
Chris Kresser breaks it down with Joe Rogan for almost 3 hours:
A Vegan Debunks "The Game Changers":
Dr. Westman breaks it down in about 10 minutes:
Real Doctor Reacts to The Game Changers:
Frustrated Response to Game Changers Documentary:
Facts and Fiction: Debunking The Game Changers:
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