File 0045-0047: Cereal Offenders of the Human Race
In this three-part episode our hosts, Cayla, Nathan and Halli take a look a three cases of intrigue:
- The Quackery of Paul Bragg: Everyone has lied at one point in their lives, usually about small inconsequential things whether about your availability on a Friday night or saying we're good even when we feel like crap. But what about people who tell much bigger lies? Like the year and location of their birth? Their medical degree? The health benefits of apple cider vinegar? Time to meet Paul Bragg
- The Kelloggs: A name that exists in nearly everyone's pantry, Kellogg's was a big part of our lives to many of us that grew up with it. Created by two brothers, one often forgotten in the shadows of his much more prolific older sibling, the first flaked cereal was a total accident. But this story doesn't start or end with cereal. It starts with a desire to make a better, healthier world and ends with eugenics
- Young Living: Who doesn't love a good MLM? What could be more empowering than to run your own business, setting your own hours and going bankrupt chasing an impossible standard? There's a reason products end up as part of an MLM scam: they lack quality, function and sometimes even a passing FDA grade. But essential oils are harmless, right?
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