You should stop sharing posts from: Authority Nutrition.

For some reason this is a wildly popular site that people treat as a credible source of information.

My experience going WAY back whenever I was getting pressured to enforce grain free, clean eating, paleo or whatever other form of restrictive dieting upon my clients, or whenever I came across a clickbait style, pro-orthorexic fearmongering type article about why eating cereal for breakfast was no better than eating confectionery, etc… almost invariably there’d be a link to something on Authority Nutrition to back it up.


A picture is worth a thousand words, so just look at the contradictory posts on sugar, the fear mongering “avoid as if you’re life depended upon it” headlines, the nonsense about wheat, and general orthorexic clickbait nature of it all.

Same author, same website.
Same author, same website.

even-more-authority-nutrition-sugar-trashFor what it’s worth, sugar is NOT an addictive substance and there is more than enough research linked in my masterpost on blogspot (see the link) to support this. But either way, how is this guy going to state in multiple articles that it IS addictive and then also bust that as an “alternative nutrition” myth?


If that wasn’t enough… just look at all this garbage misinformation and fear mongering over wheat and how it is going to “destroy your health”.

Please stop promoting that pro-orthorexic clickbait site.

Author: davehpt

I'm DaveHPT, Maybe you've heard of me? Musician, rock star and recording artist. Published author. Former security industry professional. Personal Trainer, Online Coach and the INNOVATOR in Sports Nutrition.

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