In "You Are What You Eat," Adams says he didn't take medication for type 2 diabetes and instead reversed it with diet—a dangerous recommendation at odds with what he's said in the past.
They’ve promptly spun the situation into more bait for their fans, support from a senator, and a new hashtag.
Facebook says it enforces policies against medical misinformation, yet the platform is full of what it claims to prohibit.
The social network is also riddled with people giving extremely specific advice on the use of veterinary drugs.
Plenty of people believed the stunt thanks to surging coronavirus fears—which the video's creator later said was his Big Point About Society, though most viewers probably missed that part.