Join Dr. Kashey on this episode as he explores diet centrism and gets dipper into its origin. He discusses how to resolve diet centrism and what factors determine someone’s best diet. He addresses how personalizing and magnifying prompts diet centrists to label us or any of our ideas globally and negatively and how this leads to the issue of self-esteem. He explores the concept of diet-centric disease-mongering and how people tend to focus on conclusions rather than facts, which can lead to distorted thinking. He also provides insights by comparing the issue of labeling sugar as bad to someone walking on a broken leg who argues that walking hurts and, in turn, labels walking as bad. Dr. Kashey also talks about why it is best when logic hinges on verifiable arguments. He emphasizes the importance of logic and verifiable arguments when understanding the complexities of diet and nutrition.
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Hosted by Dr. Trevor Kashey