You're Smarter Than That
Here's some healthy skepticism about Keto, colonics, charcoal, and more.
Here are the very few uses that can actually benefit your health.
They've been around for years (see: Kim K getting a Vampire Facial in 2013), but a new study tries to determine just how effective they really are.
There’s almost no proof that going gluten-free will do the average person any favours.
The belief that the colon needs to be cleansed recurs throughout history, but there's no reliable evidence that colonics have any health benefits, and they do come with risks.
"Doesn’t smelly sweat mean something evil is leaving my body?"
Depending on the product you buy, each one may contain 1000 mg (or more) of sodium.
No one, not the Red Cross nor Dr. Henry Heimlich himself, ever completely proved its effectiveness.
Psychologists recently studied the eerie phenomenon and came up with a plausible explanation.
There have been surprisingly few studies on the ingredients and production methods that define different brands of alcohol.
It's not just mind over matter.
People take probiotics for digestion, immunity, depression, you name it. We looked into whether they're worth it.