Mark Bell’s Power Project with Greg Glassman – The Broken Science of Health & Nutrition
Mark Bell’s Power Project Podcast ep 1002. Greg Glassman, Mark Bell, Nsima Inyand, and Andrew Zaragoza talk about how and why Greg created CrossFit and why Greg believes science is broken.
Ep 3: Gary Taubes – How Broken Science Led to an Obesity Epidemic
Emily: Welcome to the Broken Science Podcast where we consider what happens when predictive value is replaced by consensus in […]
Empowered Health | Ep. 17: Gary Taubes Pt. II: Challenging dogmatic nutrition wisdom | Empowered Health
This episode is a continuation from episode 16 of our conversation with investigative reporter Gary Taubes, author of “Good Calories, Bad Calories”, […]
Empowered Health | Gary Taubes Part I: How bad science led to an obesity epidemic
Gary Taubes is an investigative science journalist who has spent the last 40 years covering controversial science. Back in 2002, his New York Times Magazine piece “What if It’s All Been a Big Fat Lie?” led Taubes to gain recognition as one of the few reporters taking on the challenge of questioning the conventional dietary wisdom. The article turned into a deeper investigation of the medical science establishment, resulting in his best-selling books “Good Calories, Bad Calories” and “Why We Get Fat: And What To Do About It.” In the first episode of a two-part series, Taubes discusses how questioning “pathological science” has caused him to bump heads with the scientific community. Pathological science is a term used when scientists trick themselves into believing what the want the result of their studies to be, not what the results show.