15 thoughts on “A Political Lesson on the Power of the Food Industry”

  1. I’ve talked specifically about the sugar industry in Sugar Industry Attempts to Manipulate the Science (https://nutritionfacts.org/video/sugar-industry-attempts-to-manipulate-the-science/). This is part of an on-going series I’m creating about breakfast cereals, and is a follow-up to The Worst Food for Tooth Decay (https://nutritionfacts.org/video/the-worst-food-for-tooth-decay/).

  2. I don't know the market in the US, are there whole grains you can buy at the supermarket to make your own oat meal type of breakfast? Is it sensible to just advise ppl to avoid giving that poison to their children from the start?

  3. I like how you layout your videos Dr. Greger, certainly can't listen to the government on nutrition, it's great that you're so committed to bringing people real information and exposing the propaganda. You've also turned me on to some interesting info. thanks!

  4. Obama was a man of and for the people, this can't be…
    He only hangs out with the uber-rich now that the charade is over.

  5. Hi, could you make a video about the meta-analysis Dr Barnard is talking about so we can have more details about why it was rigged (in order to write "butter is back").
    Here : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bFb7_6N_GaI

     I'd like to know more about the different methods which were put together.

  6. We never ate sweet cereals growing up. My mom just didn't buy it. Even as a kid in the 70s and 80s I was actually bewildered that some kids were eating this every day for breakfast. Just seemed wrong.

  7. I'm not a vegan but liked this video.
    US politics is just run by money, which half the time they still need to print more of…

  8. One more reason to try to get money out of electing our representatives. Citizen's United made the problem even worse.

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