Great Janitor: Watched this fool once, realized a can of Doctor Pepper gave out better health advice than this quack.
lelio: I make it a rule to only trust doctors on daytime tv when they wear scrubs.
bwilson27: Dr. Oz vs. Dr. Drew, who's the bigger dipshiat?
stevie1der: lelio: I make it a rule to only trust doctors on daytime tv when they wear scrubs.I only trust daytime tv doctors that have evil twins.
Rapmaster2000: [www.skepticnorth.com image 350x263]You can tell he's a doctor because he wears scrubs at all times. Real doctors always wear scrubs in case they have to perform an appendectomy on a moment's notice.
vabeard: I've never understood the practice of people watching shows about food. Is food really that entertaining?
TDBoedy: He is a real cardiologist in NYC and still practices. He means well but often goes too far with shows like this and the "IS CYANIDE IN YOUR APPLE JUICE?" episode.
Twilight Farkle: That's... terrifying. Having discovered him through idle channel surfing, I thought as you did; that he was just fearmongering for ratings, but still retained a basic grasp of medicine. Since that time, he's gone way off the deep end.I hope for his patients' sake that he remembers enough about medicine to know precisely when and where he's sold out. I suppose if he's a cardiologist, the risk to his patients is probably minimal - there are lots of quack "cures" for cancer and other slow-developing conditions characterized by nebulous symptoms, and relatively few for cardiovascular disease. Attempting to treat a heart attack or stroke with quackery tends to results in a patient who dies before the bill comes due. (Attempting to prevent CV events by natural means like putting down the farking cheezburger and going out for a brisk walk or bike ride is surprisingly effective, but it's hard for quacks to make money off it, so the only people who recommend that sort of thing are actual doctors.)You know what they call alternative medicine that works? Medicine.
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SineSwiper: Thanks for the Meme-ries: Food (network) Porn?[i291.photobucket.com image 175x282]Ahhh, Gianni. AKA "I'm Italian therefore I must be hot and have more than the usual cleavage". Not saying she isn't damn fine, but it's just funny how you can spot the Italian chick a mile away.
HotWingAgenda: Food Network caused me to associate food with sex in my late teens, just as I went off to college. And that's a good thing.The only good dates I've ever had involved me doing the cooking.
wildcardjack: If Food Porn has any of the effects that Porn Porn has it should result in less eating. Or... what's the eating equivalent of masturbation? McDonalds? Briefly satisfying but leaving you unfulfilled.
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