Stopping the Spread of False Information
There’s a lot of nutrition advice that floats around people’s mouths and on the Internet, and it really becomes a pain. It’s hard to figure out what is true and what is just rumors cooked up by people over 50 years ago. I’ve encountered a lot of things that were just pure superstition, but people will swear up and down on them as if they were real. I only listen to science based nutritional advice that has been backed up by data and cold hard facts, because I know that it has been reviewed by multiple qualified scientists and tested in multiple cases.
I felt so strongly about all of the false information being spread around about nutrition that I took it upon myself to help others discover what is true and what is not. I used the Internet to compile a list of all of the true nutrition information, and also found everything that had been debunked. I made a creative animated video with all of this information, which lasted over 30 minutes. I chose an animated video because it seems a lot more interesting to view than some person sitting in front of a camera talking for a long time.
The video gained a lot of positive feedback from viewers. People left comments about how they enjoyed it and how they never knew that some of the things they heard about nutrition weren’t true. Of course, there were a few people who were skeptical of the things I put in the video, and they clung to their beliefs. I included sources in the video and in the description on the video page for anyone who wasn’t willing to believe, but I doubt the people who were in doubt would bother to read the sources. I guess they’ll have to learn the hard way.