Anyway, I do consider him as someone with no qualifications, and am moving onto better resources.
The videos do serve and important purpose: clearing up misinformation given out by the proponents of high-fat diets (Masterjohn, The Weston A Price Foundation, Dr. Eades, Taubes)
About a year ago, one member of my family sent other members of my family (including me) a copy of a DvD titled "Fathead."
A comedian was the main focus of the film and the film showed this comedian losing some weight in 28 days while eating at McDonald's every day.
The film demonized scientist Ancel Keys as someone who rigged the Seven Nations Study and fooled the whole world into thinking that saturated fat was bad for our health. The film showed a graph of 22 countries
and implied that had Ancel Keys relied on the 22 countries, our perspective regarding fat would be much different from what it is today.
I had wondered about that 22 countries
study for a long time. So, had other members of my family. I know that one member of my family had actually become convinced that Ancel Keys was a dishonest scientist. She was pretty convinced that Dr. T. Colin Campbell's book "The China Study" was "debunked" by Denise Minger, even though this relative of mine had never read "The China Study."
I believe that the 4 videos on Ancel Keys (Primitive Nutriton 36-39) and the 4 videos on the China Studies (Primitive Nutrition 62-65) do a great job of giving people an alternative point of view of both Ancel Keys and Dr. Campbell.
Yes. The advocates of the high-fat animal based diet probably don't appreciate this 71 part video series. They probably think the author of these videos is being dishonest by hiding his identity. But many people will learn what a scam Denise Minger and Chris Masterjohn have been playing on people.