Coke. You can’t get less paleo than the brown sticky junk drink company that is hated by actual nutrition experts and dietitians across the globe.
But it has come to my attention that one of our The Paleo Way experts actively promotes their products for money.
Yes it is sad but true that the hypocrisy of my non-expert experts continues.
Charlotte Carr (co-author of the potentially baby-killing formula cookbook Bubba Yum Yum) has not only taken lumps of money from this mega multinational company, but she also promotes their products to the Australian public.
Yep, Charlotte Carr hides behind her maiden name Charlotte Gregg when promoting junk food in their advertisements. And here she is:
You can even listen to some of her best work promoting some of the biggest junk food manufacturers in the country:
Others say she has also promotes KFC on your favourite radio stations!
In fact her promo company says quite plainly that if you pay her enough money she’ll promote anything!
Talk about being a shill for the fast food industry!
Now, as we all know paleo pontificators say all of these products are verboten - even in moderation. And none of them have nearly enough vitamin A to be fatal to your baby, so we simply cannot endorse them.
Sorry, Charlotte Carr/Gregg, your junk food cash just ain't paleo. You're going to have to recite Rob Wolff's entire blog say 20 Hail Lorens.
And remember, you can't trust anyone that has been paid by a pharmaceutical comany (except my mate and paleo expert Luke Hines) and you can't trust anyone that has been paid by food industry (except my mate Charlottee Carr nee Gregg). FACT.
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