Dr. Eric Berg – Scammer Defrauding Thousands

Dr. Eric Berg

In a country where majority of people suffer from obesity and other weight related conditions, a person who offers a solution to such, by giving frequent advices on diet is just what Americans need. A person who will ‘sell’ hope to Americans by giving them knowledge on healthy living and effective weight loss strategies. And who else can do this other than a person whose name has a prefix “Dr”? Someone who will indeed come and treat Americans of all weight related complications and his or her practice will be different and safe from what other health professionals are doing.

This person is none other than Dr. Eric Berg, founder and owner of Health and Wellness center in Alexandria, Virginia. And just so you would not confuse him with someone else, Dr. Eric Berg has his photo, an animated version, as the logo for his business name. Whether or not this is professional is subject to debate.

Who is Dr. Eric Berg?

Chiropract

“The Knowledge Doc” is the slogan used to describe Dr. Eric Berg on his logo, clearly standing out in the Health and Wellness website. And true to this, he has for many years now offered advices and teachings on good living, focusing or change in diet to Keto foods and reducing carbohydrates and wheat. With over 4 million subscribers on YouTube, Dr. Eric Berg is a professional Chiropractor, with over twenty years of experience. Yes, even with all the hype he stumps on the social media, he is not a medical doctor, as most people perceive, but a trained Chiropractor. From a case posted in quackwatch.org, his license number is quoted as License No.: 0104-001851, and he is allowed to practice in the commonwealth of Virginia. https://quackwatch.org/cases/board/chiro/berg/

At the age of 55, Dr. Eric Berg has over 4000 videos on his YouTube page and he teaches on healthy living through change in diet. From his teachings, he claims that the cure to all diseases is through good eating habits and puts more focus on Keto diet with minimal carbs and wheat. Whether or not he provides this information to the public domain for his own selfish gain or for the benefit of others, is still subject to debate because in as much as he claims to change the lives of people through knowledge, he also ‘sells’ this knowledge for monetary gains. In the Health and Wellness company website, which he is the founder, Dr. Eric Berg has books and digital content which he sells. In addition, he has various products, which are food supplements that include vitamins and minerals.

At his Health and Wellness center in Virginia, Dr. Eric Berg claims to offer free consultation services, but from several reviews on yelp, this is just a way to lure clients into buying his products and enrolling into his wellness programs.

Also Read: Ariel Ourian, MD – Posting Fake Reviews to Gain Clients

Is Dr. Eric Berg a Real Doctor?  

Is Dr. Berg a Quack?

Superficially one would think that anyone who holds the title “Dr”, and who consistently talks about health matters is a trained medical doctor. Well that is not the case for Dr. Eric Berg. In RationalWiki website, https://rationalwiki.org/wiki/Eric_Berg, Dr. Berg is portrayed as a Chiropractor and this has been identified in several articles online, with his practicing license number being 0104-001851. Despite not being a medical Doctor, he portrays himself to be one and lures many people into thinking the same. In several instances, he tries to explain some anatomical and physiological concepts in the human body. Dr. Leonardo Venas, a medical doctor in https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Pnix75yLXqE points out that some of the information that Dr. Eric Berg explains in his videos is not grounded on true medical practice. In addition, Dr. Eric Berg puts a disclaimer on his Health and Wellness company website as follows;

“The dietary and other substances, and/or materials, equipment or devices discussed on this site may not have undergone evaluation and/or testing by the United States Food and Drug Administration or like agency of any other country. Risks that might be determined by such testing are unknown” (https://shop.drberg.com/). 

Such a disclaimer on his website would really raise a lot of questions concerning the effectiveness of the products that he sells and even the services he offers.

Do Dr. Eric Bergs Videos make sense scientifically?

Dr. Eric Berg has over 2000 videos in his YouTube channel, where he explains various concepts about health diet and his focus in mainly on Keto diet. One major characteristic about his videos is that he uses simple illustrations that can be easily understood by any layperson, who has no prior knowledge in the medical field. Most critics however have said that Dr Eric Berg’s videos are biased and that most of them are based on mere beliefs and not on scientific research.

For instance, Dr. Leonardo, a medical doctor, criticizes Berg’s remarks about Insulin in one of his videos.

Eric Berg getting exposed

Berg claims that insulin in people with type two diabetes is what causes complications such as nephropathy, neuropathy, and end organ damage and hence should not be used as a treatment option. This according to Dr. Leonardo contradicts scientific studies, which have shown that these complications arise from progressive micro vascular damage resulting from excess blood glucose levels and not from insulin. In the another video, Berg claims that he has no confidence in scientists who depend on observational research for facts. Dr. Leonardo argues that for a scientist, observational research is paramount especially in studies where it is not possible to get ethical approval like most cancer research studies.

Also Read: Eric Berg Reviews at 99Consumer.com

Dr. Eric Berg’s videos have been identified as unscientific in nature and most professional bodies have gone out in public to deny some of the claims made in his videos. For instance, In one video, Berg explains that theory of “adrenal fatigue”, which he claims is the main cause of diseases (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2Mywjn9lT5k). This theory has been criticized by most endocrinology societies, and termed unscientific (http://www.sheilakealey.com/nutrition-experts-shouldnt-trust-2/).

Violation of Professional Ethics

Disciplinary Action against Eric Berg

Just like any other profession, the practice of Chiropractors is regulated by governing bodies and one such body is the Virginia Board of Medicine. As a qualified and licensed Chiropractor, Dr. Eric Berg ought to follow all that the board requires as per specifications of practice. This has however not been the case. In 2008, Dr. Berg faced a disciplinary action by the board whereby he was fined $1500 and subjected to several orders that spoilt his reputation. The main reason for this was that he took part in some irrational practices, which were against his professional scope.

According to the case, posted in (https://quackwatch.org/cases/board/chiro/berg/), Berg practiced four techniques, which according to the Virginia Board of Medicine, was not in the scope of practice for Chiropractors. This included; The Body Restoration Technique (“BRT”), Nambudripad’s Allergy Elimination Technique(NAET), Contact Reflex Analysis (“CRA”) and Acoustic Cardiograph (” ACG”). In addition to this, Dr. Eric Berg violated various practices such as those of good patient record keeping and failure to take patient’s medication history.

While the whole world is trying to control the Covid 19 global pandemic, Berg has definitely not been left out and a video which he published shows his sentiments about Covid 19 and how individuals should respond. In the 5min video, Berg explains that Covid 19 has mainly affected the elderly especially those with chronic diseases. He later on suggests that the only way to gain immunity from contracting Covid 19 is eat foods that will help build your immunity. While this is true, Berg does not mention the importance of Vaccines as a strategy to overcome the pandemic.

This was intentional as in the past Dr. Eric Berg has proved to be against vaccinations. He claims that vaccines bring more harm to individuals and contribute to severity of diseases rather than reduction (https://rationalwiki.org/wiki/Eric_Berg). Berg has publically declared that he is part of the anti-vaccination movement, and by doing this, he goes against his professional ethics by denying scientific evidences related to vaccines.

Berg the Scientology “Bug”

Relations with scientology

One of the greatest supporters to someone’s achievements should be his or her family. However Dr. Eric Berg’s acts have been criticized even by his own family, with his son being on the front line in confessing that his Dad is a scientologist and that he makes frequent contributions towards this course. In an article on Rationalwiki.org, Ian Rafalko, Berg’s son said that his Dad, was a scientiologist with a rank of OT 8 and had contributed over $7 million towards this rather skeptical group (https://rationalwiki.org/wiki/Eric_Berg).

Dr. Eric Berg has over the years rejected his association with Scientologist and whether his son’s sentiments were true or not is just another mystery among many that revolve in the life of Berg. The son also claimed that the profit margins realized by his Dad from the sale of his products were a lot and Berg has not accounted for most of these funds.

Business Fraud

Bad reviews on Dr. Eric Berg

Although most of business fraud cases involving Berg have not been legally reported or posted on the public domain, a number of clients have expressed their negative remarks through bad Google and Yelp reviews. A number of them as seen in (https://www.yelp.com/biz/health-and-wellness-center-alexandria-3), complain that they did not receive good services from the Health and Wellness center. Most of them said that the products they ordered were either not delivered in full or delivered in bad state.

These customers in addition said that their efforts to get a refund from the company was not successful and most of them had to seek legal means to get a refund of their money. One such client explains that he had to go through a lot in order to get a refund and from then he could not trust Berg’s services anymore (http://drericbergscam.blogspot.com/2016/08/dr-eric-berg-scammer-read-this-before.html?m=1). From the main Health and Wellness website, there is no provision of “return money guarantee” which is available in most online shopping platforms.

Whether or not Dr. Eric Berg’s products are effective or not is a 50-50 chance and guess who knows that? Yes! Dr. Berg himself. On the Health and Wellness center website, the following disclaimer appears at the bottom of the page. While the other details in the website are clear, this disclaimer is in smaller font and not easily visible. The reason for this disclaimer is that no complains can be made by clients who use the products on grounds that they are not effective. This disclaimer therefore raises a lot of questions on if Dr. Berg’s theory is genuine or is he using humans as Guinea pigs to prove a point.

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Plagiarism and false misinterpretation

Plagiarism

Plagiarism is the worst form of crime in the scientific research world and every researcher has the responsibility to acknowledge information he or she uses from other researchers. Unfortunately, Dr. Eric Berg has been linked to plagiarism claims following a video he published on YouTube in 2020. In this video, Berg uses information from an article by Chris Kresser’s and fails to acknowledge him in the video. This was plagiarism and Dr. Berg received credit on efforts done by another person. In addition, Dr. Berg misinterpreted the information in the article by explaining the conversion of beta carotene to retinol, while in real sense, the article only talked about bioavailability of beta carotene (https://libredd.it/r/keto/comments/k3a40l/popular_keto_youtuber_dr_eric_berg_is_a_fraud/).

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Summary

This review suggests that Dr. Eric Berg has a lot of influence on many Americans especially the ones having concerns about their weight and lifestyle. While some people have given positive and good rating reviews on Yelp and Google, on the usefulness of his videos, many have also criticized his practice and this has led to many ethical concerns. Enough evidence exists on the public domain to show the good, the bad and the ugly side of Dr. Eric Berg and from this, a person can clearly decide on which side to cling to concerning Berg’s reputation. This review is based on available sources and is open to critique and is not in any way meant to spoil the reputation of Dr. Eric Berg, but to understand the general public opinion about his profession.

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  • False Misrepresentation
  • No Professional Ethics
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References

http://drericbergscam.blogspot.com/2016/08/dr-eric-berg-scammer-read-this-before.html?m=1

http://www.sheilakealey.com/nutrition-experts-shouldnt-trust-2/

https://au.trustpilot.com/review/drberg.com

https://drericbergreviews.blogspot.com/2017/10/dr-berg-scam.html

https://libredd.it/r/keto/comments/k3a40l/popular_keto_youtuber_dr_eric_berg_is_a_fraud/

https://psichologyanswers.com/library/lecture/read/579979-what-type-of-doctor-is-dr-eric-berg

https://rationalwiki.org/wiki/Eric_Berg

https://shop.drberg.com/

https://www.medmalrx.com/?dr-eric-berg-dc-scam/

https://www.yelp.com/biz/health-and-wellness-center-alexandria-3

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  1. If this is a repeat comment, my apologies because I wasn’t sure if my first comment made it through.

    The best way to help Dr. Berg is not to comment on negative articles about him. No response is the best solution. Even my comment doesn’t help but I am trying to advise everyone who admires Dr. Berg. All comments whether good or bad, makes no difference to the writer, the fact that he receives attention is his goal.

    I don’t see another way to put this to rest, except: No comment! Do you?

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    The author of this article has won by the comments he is getting, regardless of their input. Negative or positive makes no difference. He has won out by, even my comment.
    Don’t read negative articles about Dr. Eric Berg. When you read these articles , and commenting on them gives fuel for fire. The authors of these negative statements are getting exactly what they geared for. My advice, don’t read the articles and especially do not write about them even if your intentions are just. Do not comment and they will stop.

    That’s all I have to say because I will never read another negative article on Dr. Berg, and I will certainly not comment on this again.

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  3. Judging by the comments section your hit piece has backfired. GIANT LOL! BTW that so called ‘vaccine’ which isn’t a vaccine did nothing to improve anyones health. Observationally I suspect quite the reverse.

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    I have only just discovered him so it is too early to pass judgement. However, I have a slight leg discrepancy ( amongst other things) and watched his YouTube video which seemed to make sense to me. The normal procedure of putting a wedge in your shoe never worked for my sister who had to have her shoe built up as a kid. She still suffers pain issues from this, despite the yoga sessions she’s done for years. I have had what I believed was hypornatremia for decades, but no doctor or consultant would even test me, telling me to eat more salty foods! I recently had tests done and yes, the endocrinologist confirmed hyponatremia. If this had been picked up decades ago I probably could have saved a lifetime of fractures that I have had. So I don’t trust many registered doctors or consultants out there either.

    + PROS: Seems to talk more sense than a lot of them out there.
    - CONS: None.
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    WOW, sorry but I can’t say enough good things about Dr. Berg! I luckily found him on you tube. I had been trying many ways to lose weight for at least 10 years but to no avail. After watching many many of his video’s, I lost the 40 pounds I needed to in 7 months time. I used to go up stair with only one leg doing the lifting, sometimes with my hands helping out, yes almost a crawl. Now I can almost run up the stairs. Not only did I loose the weight but the inflammation that I had but didn’t realize has also gone. I feel about ten years younger. I’m in my 60’s. Nothing that I got from Dr. Berg cost me a dime!!! I don’t buy his supplements and he has never pushed anyone to buy them. If anyone ask about how I did it, I tell them it was Dr. Berg on you tube. A great big Thank you to Dr. Berg!!!

    + PROS: 1. helped me loose weight and inflammation 2.does all the research for you 3.makes it easy to understand
    - CONS: non
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    Eric Berg is a Scammer
    September 4, 2022 at 4:53 pm
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    Eric Berg was the reason my wife suffered for years. She refused any medical treatment for her condition and whenever I asked her she said Eric’s way is better. This man is a MONSTER and has a special place in h3ll reserved for him.

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    • Let me say, with all of the BS flying around….
      I would choose Dr Berg over Big Pharma any day.
      Currently treating my estrogen driven breast cancer with nutrition and supplements.
      The REAL scammers are the companies who own these “food processing” plants that sell us poisons in our food in the name of profit. Convenience is killing us.
      If you can’t tell that REAL FOOD doesn’t come in a box.
      Besides, my chiropractor has told me much more about nutrition than any other “doctor” I’ve gone to.
      He knew I didn’t have a cold when I went in but had been exposed to mold and told me how to correct it.
      Don’t pass judgement because of a stamp a bunch of other people put on someone.
      Big Pharma doesn’t create cures -they create customers, with side effects and they will discredit whoever they have to to keep the sheeple under their Pharma spell.
      If you are told a lie enough you begin to believe it.

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    I’ve known that beta-carotene is not the true VitA since a Nutrition college class in the 1970’s. Not plagiarism as this review asserts

    + PROS: Gives accurate info, not mainstream propaganda practices . I like his video on Vit Deficiency
    - CONS: None really
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    Let’s leave aside the fact that Eric may or may not be a Scientologist. I am a well educated individual in the Sciences. The fact of the matter is this, Berg does know what he’s talking about. Look at him from 10 years ago and look at him now. He obviously practices what he preaches. I see doctors every day in my work life. Many of them wreak of poor health. Few of them know anything about the relationship between diet an wellness. The general public has been tricked into believing that doctors are some kind of gods. Over the years, they’ve moved further and further away from being any kind of gods, period. Frankly, they get dumber and dumber with every new batch of residents that comes into the hospital. It has been that way for at least the past 25 years. People need to do their own research and draw their own conclusions. I can live with a Scientologist sharing valuable, honest information as easily as I can live with an actor being a Scientologist. What I can’t live with are masses of doctors who are beholden to the pharmaceutical industry, and who base all their decisions and diagnoses on precisely that. Finally, perhaps the “experts” rate Dr. Berg poorly because they feel threatened by someone like him?

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    Dr Berg saved my life that simple…

    + PROS: Everything
    - CONS: Nothing
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    Dr. Berg is so horrible I lost 80 lbs, reversed my pre-diabetes and high bp and I didn’t even buy any of his products. What an awful, awful, man!

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  11. This must be the mad pharma page who hates any common sense preventive approach to sickness.
    Most doctors are just prescribing pills to cure the effect not the cause, and pharma loves it!

    • I completely agree. As a person who attended PA school and dropped out this article wreaks of big pharma brainwashing. The majority of medical professionals are literally trained into the big pharma thinking and the do no harm code goes straight out the window. The vaccine has proved that medical doctors do not do their ish research or even think critically.

  12. ATF appears to be from the same low-level writing school as the author of this ridiculous article about Dr Eric Berg. The writer definitely needs some help with constructing basic English sentences and just writing, in general. No wonder the author didn’t put his name on the article. Actually, it wouldn’t surprise me if they were the same people.

    Also, the article author is probably not aware of a major lawsuit won by the Chiropractic branch against the MD branch (at least 30 years ago); the Chiropractic branch won. In a nutshell: MD’s are not supposed to disparage or belittle that area of expertise as non-doctors. But, we can put that aside. FYI-one reason Chiropractors are more likely to focus on diet and nutrition is because they actually receive more training in that area than an MD does. As a result, they tend to know more about it.

    I have found Dr. Berg’s videos to be helpful.

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    Dr. Berg goes against the recommendations of the Food and Drug Administration by teaching us how to eat meat and to stay away from simple carbs like sugar, wheat, rice, pasta. He tells you to eat protein and vegetables and avoid sugar. This is the same thing my medical doctor has told me years ago when I asked her how I can loose weight. I saw Dr. Berg’s video’s and he explains HOW to go about eating correctly and gives wonderful nutritional advice. The ‘establishmen’ does not like to be contradicted. Our children are becoming more obese because of he sugar and soy hidden in packaged foods. Dr. Berg tells us to avoid packaged microwaveable food and to eat real food. This is still a capitalist country and making a profit is not evil. He is not selling rat poison, and neither is he twisting anyone’s arm to buy his products or follow his advice. I’ve done my research, follow his advice and have lost weight and feel healthier.

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    I took his supplements for months. They don’t do anything. Eric Berg relies on placebo, that’s it. He is not to be trusted.

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    Thank you for finally shining some light on this quack. His advice is harming more people every day. Keto causing high LDL. High LDL is hard on the heart. His studies aren’t “new information” but bunk information just to sell his courses and supplements. So happy to see someone actually telling the truth. Why people get medical advice from YouTube and TikTok is beyond me.

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    I cross reference the stuff he talks about and its spot on. I eat low carbs with vegetables and meats and other dairy products. I take vitamins. First you say he has 4000 videos and then say its 2000.And I have lost weight without exercise. Keep eating your grains and let me know how that goes…

    + PROS: Cross reference if you doubt him.
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    I have to be 100% honest, until I discovered dr bergs methods i never knew what it was like to feel well. Since 6yrs old I’ve been diagnosed with hypoglycaemia and had many doctors and naturopaths put me on strict diets which never helped how I felt. I grew up on a diet without any sugar at all and minimal processed foods but still I would have hypoglycaemic episode’s if I didn’t constantly eat! I felt irritable most days weak and lethargic. If I didn’t have breakfast upon waking every morning I’d have a blood sugar episode. When u watched dr bergs YouTube videos all of a sudden everything started to add up. Adrenal, hormonal, atrophy , insulin – these were all things that effected me over the years and had been told by countless doctors I had these conditions yet they didn’t put two and two together that it was the foods I was being told to eat making my condition much worse!! Dr bergs is LEGENDARY, because without him I would still live a shitty life and accept there wasn’t anything I could do about it

    + PROS: 💯 Dr bergs methods work
    - CONS: Pharma is a con
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    Who wrote this article?
    I don’t know you guys but as soon I stopped taking “medicine” from the pharmaceuticals and start using dr berg advice my health has been improving day after day, I’m an athlete, personal trainer, dr berg is not just for people who has problem with obesity.

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  19. While I only became aware of Dr. Berg recently through YouTube, I have yet to draw a researched opinion on his credibility (in none of the videos I’ve watched, has he hawked any of his services or supplements). I also have no use for Scientology or any of its teachings. On the other hand, when the author of this article writes, “Berg explains that Covid 19 has mainly affected the elderly especially those with chronic diseases….Berg does not mention the importance of Vaccines as a strategy to overcome the pandemic” it’s a weight in Dr. Berg’s side of the scale.

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      Un-Programmable Non-conformist
      August 17, 2022 at 2:00 pm

      Thank you.. I agree for the most part regarding his videos on youtube. I’ll say maybe occasionally I’ll see him promoting something but so what. Atleast it’s always following the video, not frickin’ 2 minutes in or intermission.. and why shouldn’t he? And when the Author stated “not promoting the vaccine” as a con, that’s when the article suddenly made sense. Mostly nonsense still.. but sense, nonetheless.

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    First and Foremost: It is a well known fact that medical doctors went through schooling and training in institutions “Funded by Big Pharmaceutical Companies”! The “Professional Code of Conduct and Rules” are to follow the “Mandated Code of Ethics by the College of Physicians” <<< Of whom are in the pockets and controlled by the "Pharmaceutical Companies"!

    There is little to no profits in "Natural Remedies/Solutions" to a healthy lifestyle for either "Pharmaceutical Companies and/or Doctors". Yet through the ages long before "Chemical Concoctions/Modern Medicines", there were and are "Natural Medicines"!

    It is also a well known fact that "Many" of the doctors and scientists from the period of German/Nazi era went on to be employed by "Big Pharmaceutical Companies" and carried on with their experiments and concoctions.

    The so called science in the recent Covid Vaccines efficacy is now coming to light as manipulation and lies. I would "Speculate" possibly for this WEF Great Reset now widely being exposed!

    At the end of the day/this post, I read into this "unsigned" article that this "Is Clearly An Absolute Attack To Debunk/Discredit Not Only Dr. Eric Berg, But Anyone Else Whom Express's/Practices Natural Health And Benefits!

    I have provided my opinions below as to Reputation, Trustworthiness and Honesty. Since I have not purchased anything, I have left that blank!

    + PROS: Positive for Dr. Berg's research and knowledge "whether or not" if he is a medical doctor.
    - CONS: None yet that I personally have witnessed/encountered!
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    Why isn’t the writer of the article’s name on here? What is the writer’s background? The biggest fraud here is you – you use other reviews to attack someone and then won’t even state your own name. How much is big pharma paying you? Why not post your income and tell us where it came from? Tell us all the other big corporations who have you on their payroll.

    I’ll stick with listening to real doctors like Dr Berg who suggest many natural products rather than chemicals like the fake doctors with MD.

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    I appreciate that critics of Dr. Berg have probably ingested too many sour grapes. I’ve followed his keto and intermittent fasting tips for 2 years, and my health is steadily improving. Don’t care he is into Scientology, just that his advice works. And you can watch his YouTube videos for free; you don’t have to buy his products. Most doctors benefit from keeping their patients diabetic forever, so I always suspect that bias whenever they criticize something that helps.

    + PROS: Free, sound diet advice that actually helps lose weight
    - CONS: He hawks his products.
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  23. Jesus Christ Almighty, what a quack review!!

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    I used to follow his advice but it started damaging my health more. The man doesn’t know what he is talking about. He is not even a real doctor lol.

    And here you have all of his ‘followers’ like he is some sort of messiah. I bet a lot of these people are defending him purely because they don’t want to believe that Eric’s easy tricks are not any useful.

    + PROS: None
    - CONS: Quack Fake doctor Liar Cultist
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    Websites like this are intended to make money by blackmailing people. These sites attract and enflame that small percentage of people who have a bad experience or are outright liers…. Then they charge a fee to the business or subject of the complaint in order to remove it from their website. I worked at a place that was held hostage by a similar website and was going to pay $20,000 to remove the erroneous and inflated complaints from a pathological customer ,,, they hired an attorney instead.. paid money in the end, but didn’t play this game. … readers beware.

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    Men like Eric Berg are responsible for the millions of deaths that happened since the pandemic started. People like him keep telling their followers to avoid the vaccine and scare them into NOT wearing the mask.

    If not millions, then at least thousands have died because of this quack.

    The people supporting him in the comments don’t realize that he doesn’t care about them. He only cares about selling his supplements. The longer you buy his useless supplements, the more you help him spread all this misinformation.

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      Un-Programmable Non-conformist
      August 17, 2022 at 2:15 pm

      Wait, wait, wait..Let me guess now.. you spend most of your free-time, and therefor most of your life, either in front of the tel-lie-vision or ashleep? Huh? Am I right?

    • I’ve chosen to get vaccinated and don’t buy his supplements, but his advice has been more helpful than some doctors I’ve seen. People don’t have to be doctors to give good advice and I haven’t seen videos on him telling people not to wear masks or not get vaccinations, so if those are his personal views on it, he wasn’t going on about it often in his videos. People will choose to get vaccinated or not, that’s their right to do, to say millions have died because of him is erroneous and an exaggeration.

    • The only people responsible for the millions of deaths are the ones pushing the clot shots. Like Fauci, collins, the Dems and the manufacturers of these experimental death jabs. Wake up. Masks don’t work and neither does the gene therapy shots. All proven. The people who are getting sick and causing the sickness to spread are the “vaccinated.” The FDA knew all the adverse effects beforehand and still did nothing about. Check out the CDC’s VAERS report.

    • No, your government is responsible. Wake up to what is really going on. They speak of genocide, they mean it.

      Pfizer paid out the biggest settlement. Moderna never made a vaccine before. You trust these companies?

    • Don’t knock it ’till you try it. This is a lot of unsubstantiated hyperbole and slanted perspective about Berg. If you haven’t tried Keto and intermittent fasting to improve your health, the stay out of the debate. It works. Attacking Dr. Berg,and Chiropractor in general, is a crappy, lame ad hominem argument. This article is useless blather coming from a basement-dwelling teenager.

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    Same here regarding the vaccine. As soon as I read that, I knew that the writer of the this piece was trying to discredit Dr Eric and not to be trusted.
    I have watched numerous videos by Dr Eric and what he says makes lots of sense. Big Pharma would not be happy with him though! 😒

    + PROS: What Dr Eric says makes sense. Do your own research and you will find what he says to be true. Big Pharma love to dish out the pills and jabs thought. All his videos are free to view
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    Eric Berg is a quack. The guy uses jargon to sound like an expert while in reality, he doesn’t know anything about proper medicine. He is a chiropractor, not a dietitian. I have tried out his advice and its bollocks.

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  29. Mic the Vegan debunks this dudes videos all the time. He uses quality researched science to demonstrate the truth, which is generally the opposite of what Eric says & points at on his white board. Wonder how many of his millions came from idiots who think he’s “helped” them. Most likely, what helped these believers is giving up much of the Standard American Diet & lost weight as a result. There are so many scientists, researchers & highly recognized doctors who can prove Eric’s bullshit is bullshit. People who trust this guy are just plain stupid. Good article calling him out on his lies.

    • All I can say, is what his advise has done for me…as you should if you’ve tried it. If you haven’t, and are giving your opinion without having done so, you are as ignorant as you say Dr. Berg is.
      I’ve lost weight, reversed my diabetes..I was on the borderline..lost weight, helped my RA, got rid of the visual migraines I had started to experience, got my blood pressure down drastically with turmeric/curcumin and gotten my memory back with quecertin. I now remember what I was taught as a child regarding nutrition and why my mother cooked the way she did. We never had preprepared foods of any kind.
      I have trouble with articles being written and no name attached! I believe big Pharm and our food industry have set out to keep us eating what hurts us, and to keep us drugged when we need help! The Hippocratic Oath means nothing now!
      Anyone who pushes helping yourself with sound, scientific fact is a proper doctor.
      At the end of his life, my father was on 11 different medications, and after researching their side effects, and confronting his doctor, the doctor took him off of 8.
      The medical profession doesn’t care about us, they only want a steady source of income..just like big pharm. Big pharmaceutical companies wine and dine the medical profession to push their own agenda, and we aren’t on it.
      Forget your lack of approval, if we don’t start taking back our own maintenance, farming and control of our wayward medical profession, we are all going to get sicker!

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      July 18, 2022 at 8:46 pm

      Why so ANGRY Laura, you piece of SHIT!!? Who the HELL are YOU to sit there in judgment of all of the innocent people he has HELPED – by YOUR OWN ADMISSION!!? Even if Dr. Berg was instrumental in having them give up the “standard American diet,” he HELPED them!! You resort to AD HOMINEM ATTACKS, calling those who innocently shared he has HELPED them. The only “BULLSHIT,” is out of YOUR MOUTH, you angry IDIOT BULLY!!

  30. Person who wrote this is out to get attention. If Dr Berg program works ( and it does) then use it. If it doesn’t work for you then don’t. Pretty simple.
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    Dr. Berg’s advice has made me healthier in every way – plus I have lost 20 pounds. This smear piece has only made the author of it look like a quack! They just blew their 15 minutes of fame.

    Thank you Dr. Berg for great advice and helping so many of us!

    + PROS: Brilliant advice that actually works
    - CONS: None whatsoever
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    Eric Berg is a quack. He puts people’s lives at risk by spreading fake medical knowledge and to back himself up, uses unknown researches. In most cases, he doesn’t use any medical evidence at all. The guy is just spreading misinformation, putting countless lives at risk while doing so. The only reason why he has been able to avoid jail is because of he’s extremely wealthy. Maybe, it’s also because he doesn’t belong to a minority. He has created a cult. That’s it. The guy is a quack nonetheless.

    + PROS: rich manipulative
    - CONS: quack spreads misinformation liar heartless
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    • You are the quack. I don’t care if Dr Berg is a garbage man. If you have enough smarts to research what he has already researched for us you would find that he is smarter than 99% of the people who went thru med school and are being paid off by big pharma and the us gubbmint. Guess 8 Million subscribers should tell you something. But you wouldn’t get it would you?

      • I have news for you. More people are dying from this non-vaccine, than from Covid. The non-vaccine, does NOTHING to keep you from getting Covid. The Covid 19 mutations are so weak now that it amounts to nothing but a cold. The non-vaccine, however causes Myocarditis in young men and boys, which never goes away. It damages your immune system and causes blood clots. Taking this shot is like playing Russian Roulette with your health. It is not necessary because if you need help when you do get Covid, there are over the counter supplements that work to get you well. Dr. Berg was very brave to come out with his information regarding how to stay healthy, going against the daily montra from the CDC. This non-vaccine with it’s boosters has made billions and billions for Moderna and Pfizer and should have been pulled as soon as they found out people were being damaged and dying. There are thousands, if not millions of damaged people because of this shot.

  33. 4000 videos and this all you cab come up with?

  34. I like Dr. Berg and agree with a lot of what he has to say. Not everything. That being said I do listen to people who are critical (for example his take on cholesterol which critics have criticized.) Dr. Berg is a good man trying to promote health and although he may not be 100% accurate for everybody, he has a lot of great advice and seems healthy to me with no ill intent.

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    Dr. Eric Berg helped me a lot. We followed his recommendations on improving our immunity during Covid and when my family got it, including my senior parents and a father who’s a diabetic, it was very mild. Also, my “medical doctor” without calling me and discussing my health after having my blood work just sent a prescription for statins to a pharmacy. It’s been 3 months and I still haven’t heard from my “medical doctor”. She only prescribed me statins because of total cholesterol being high. However, I also have an hypothyroid. I have been treated for almost 20 years by a naturopath and she NEVER agreed that I need statins because those who suffer from hypothyroidism usually have higher cholesterol. I am healthy. Many doctors have already spoken against deciding on drugs like “statins” due to high total cholesterol. It’s not an indicative of heart disease. I lost all faith in our traditional “medical physicians”. I love Dr. Berg and this is pure slander. I delves into things that “medical doctors” have no idea about, like- nutrition! Another traditional “medical doctor” once told me that I am “straining” my body by not eating carbs. I’m 5’3 at 115 pounds. I felt the best I ever did in the last 15 years that I’ve fighting to lose weight due to my hypothyroidism. And guess what, that doctor is overweight with a big gut hanging- and he’s not straining his body? Specifically his knees and back from carrying all that weight on his stomach? Ridiculous. Needless to say, I never returned to see him. Then I found the new doctor who seemed promising until she prescribed statins for me. “Medical doctors” all they know is how to prescribe pills for everything. It’s not in their interest to keep you healthy and guide you through your health problems so that you recover and won’t need the pills. Our medical profession has become useless. That’s my rant for the day.

    + PROS: Dr. Eric Berg helped me a lot. We followed his recommendations on improving our immunity during Covid and when my family got it, including my senior parents and a father who's a diabetic, it was very mild. Also, my "medical doctor" without calling me and discussing my health after having my blood work just sent a prescription for statins to a pharmacy. It's been 3 months and I still haven't heard from my "medical doctor". She only prescribed me statins because of total cholesterol being high. However, I also have an hypothyroid. I have been treated for almost 20 years by a naturopath and she NEVER agreed that I need statins because those who suffer from hypothyroidism usually have higher cholesterol. I am healthy. Many doctors have already spoken against deciding on drugs like "statins" due to high total cholesterol. It's not an indicative of heart disease. I lost all faith in our traditional "medical physicians". I love Dr. Berg and this is pure slander. I delves into things that "medical doctors" have no idea about, like- nutrition! Another traditional "medical doctor" once told me that I am "straining" my body by not eating carbs. I'm 5'3 at 115 pounds. I felt the best I ever did in the last 15 years that I've fighting to lose weight due to my hypothyroidism. And guess what, that doctor is overweight with a big gut hanging- and he's not straining his body? Specifically his knees and back from carrying all that weight on his stomach? Ridiculous. Needless to say, I never returned to see him. Then I found the new doctor who seemed promising until she prescribed statins for me. "Medical doctors" all they know is how to prescribe pills for everything. It's not in their interest to keep you healthy and guide you through your health problems so that you recover and won't need the pills. Our traditional medical profession has become useless. That's my rant for the day.
    - CONS: The only con is that Dr. Berg is not in the Chicago area.
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    After 8 months in agony, and an arthoscopy after 4 months, my surgeon mentioned straight after the operation I had gout or psuedogout but it was OK as he had washed it out with saline. After the Op, I was still in constant pain. 4 months later, my surgeon had to investigate further, ordered an MRI and then phoned me to say I had pseudogout. His only suggestion was to eat less protein, duh! The Pain was for 20 hours per day. I seemed OK on rising and then the pain really started about 3 hours later, knee locking up, limping, pain up the back of my thighs, and down to my shin. Couldnt drive my manual car, I was an invalid. Losing weight because I couldnt stand up long enough to cook a decent meal. Eventually my new doctor, decided to give me Colchicine 500 mcg, but only 1 per day, no more, these did help, but they are pretty toxic, they also can destroy B12 in your body and can cause clotting problems. Ive looked at Dr Berg You tube articles before. I googled pseudogout for what must have been the 200th time and a You tube clip game on with him talking about Gout and Pseudogout. Let me tell you, I was suffering from Pseudogout, the pain is shocking. Its like a nerve pain, you never know when its going to hit, then almighty pains (not unlike childbirth pains) in my case in my thigh, knee and shins. I can understand why people suicide when they get no respite. On Dr Berg’s You tube, he suggested 20,000 International units of D3, and 200 mcg K2. I started on this regime, I actually took more than he suggested for 3 or 4 days. This was over 2 weeks ago now. My knee has never locked up since. I have never had a twinge – bear in mind I had been in agony for 8 months misdiagnosed by a MD as having osteo arthritis. I was seriously considering selling my house, as I have a big garden.
    Ive done more in the last 2 weeks, than I have done for 8 months. Im driving my manual car. Its common for people with thyroid problems to get pseudogout, thats me as I have Hashimotos. I didnt order anything from Dr Berg, I got my K2 locally. I dont know why he is being knocked, I can say with hand on my heart that he has changed my life. I also dont find him pushy, he is not a phoney, as so many USA websites and doctors are. Its all sell, sell and more sell and I cant say I trust much coming out of the USA. Im just about to write him a testimonial to him direct!!!!!

    • This is interesting and worth further research on my part. On another note, the fact that the author of this article believes that the COVID vaccine will help reduce the “pandemic” makes me question the legitimacy of this site.

      • You are the quack. I don’t care if Dr Berg is a garbage man. If you have enough smarts to research what he has already researched for us you would find that he is smarter than 99% of the people who went thru med school and are being paid off by big pharma and the us gubbmint. Guess 8 Million subscribers should tell you something. But you wouldn’t get it would you? Talk about a fraud. That’s you!

  37. Well I stopped listening to MDs many years ago and thank God I did. I am now cured from two horrible ailments MDs were treating me for that cost me thousands and did not help me at all and in fact perpetuated my illness as well as feelings of helplessness, hopelessness, and depression. This article is the “scam“ and so are most MDs anymore. YOU who supported the scam of a vaccine and encouraged it being forced on us? YOU who make yourselves out to be heroes? You’ve lost my confidence completely. Your integrity went right out the window for me. You’re indoctrinated by big Pharma end of story. Follow the money people. I’ve gotten nothing but good, free, healthy advice from Dr. Berg that has made my life far better than it was before. I think I’ll go with that. 👍

    • That’s exactly how I feel about the traditional “medical doctors”. I have no faith. They are licensed pill pushers. They don’t know how to heal and they don’t want to heal as it’s not in their best interest. Read my reply below about my experience with 2 other medical doctors. I’m disgusted by them. I rather research and take care of my own health than listen to them.

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    What a load of lying f—ing BS. Dr. Berg has immensely helped millions of people with problems that conventional medicine routinely fails at – and that includes myself and my wife and family. Go take a long walk off a short pier. “Gripeo.com” is the actual fraud here. Stop serving the devil and promoting lies about people who are HELPING millions. Stop serving evil masters for money. You can still repent and not go to hell if you stop now.

    + PROS: Super helpful, backed by real science, angers and attacked by psychopathic devilish frauds. Helps those who actually try what he recommends.
    - CONS: None. Upsetting the devil and his false science frauds isn't a "con."
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    First of all, he is pretty upfront about his past indiscretions. 2nd, he will tell you where to buy the supplements he recommends – he includes information on competitive brands as well as plugging his, and there is nothing wrong with that. 3rd, much of what he talks about is supported by other medical doctors, some is not in line. Having been misdiagnosed 3 times by medical doctors who prescribed crap to me that made me suicidal, I became keenly aware that you cannot blindly trust any medical professional. And lastly, that BS about COVID, the shot hurt me; I’m an adverse effect case; one of thousands of people hurt by the COVID shot.

    Scientology is not something I agree with, but for those blasting Berg over Scientology need to check their fan pages (and their bigotry) for the many celebrities in Hollyweird who are Scientologists, so if Berg is a bad dude for believing in Scientology, then so is John Travolta and Tom Cruise and you should not see their movies if you truly stand by your beleifs.

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    Dr. Berg has many great products that he offers but he doesn’t insist you use his. He says he’s a Chiropractor, he never said he was any other kind of doctor and the suggestions he makes seem to help a lot of people, including myself. And he hasn’t tried to recruit me into Scientology.

    So, hit piece FAIL! LOL!

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    • This site is the fraud. Eric Berg is amazing. I have watched his videos for at least 5 years, it costs nothing, he promotes an amino acid formula to take while fasting, and over the hundreds of videos I’ve seen he probably promoted his product a dozen times at most. Every video he advises what you may want to purchase in generic terms and foregoes promoting his own brand. I am so much healthier and happier because of his videos and I never paid him a cent. He’s a hero not a fraud!

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    This is propaganda from the medical industry that loves to sell you drugs.

    + PROS: This guy is legit or the drug industrial complex wouldn't be going after him
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    whether you like him or not i do believe my own testimony of just 3 days of fasting which he recommeded practically solved a majority of my problems i feel great and have regained my energy

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    • Just the mention of not liking that he says to build immune system and not pushing the vaccine told me all I neeed to know about this trash article. Since watching Dr Berg videos and following his advice I am the healthiest I’ve ever been Thank you Dr Berg for your courage to not be a pill pusher under big pharma thumb. Our doctors today are only trained to match symptoms with pills. At least with Berg you know what is happening with your boby, And it is finally being acknowledged that the immune system is the best defense against the covid.

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    Very saddened to read this scathing review of Dr Berg. Unfortunately everyone still believes the governments assessment of what good health is and how it is achieved and yet the world is getting fatter and sicker, more diabetes, mores cancer……clearly nonsense….allowing big pharma to benefit. Following breast cancer I discovered Dr Berg and follow a ketogenic diet. This was 5 years ago. My health has never been better – I am in remission, lost 4stone weight and sustained the weight loss, no longer have the symptoms of pre diabetes, the postural hypotension, the insomnia, the urticaria…..etc…etc.etc that I used to have. My skin is clean and I have energy. I do use his keto principles and have made some of his recipes and they are good. That is all I can say….. I am a Nurse and nurse prescriber and I previously did not believe or understand all of this but the proof is in the pudding… Recently bought his supplement for my husband without issue. Stop slating Dr Berg please…

    + PROS: Sharing very many principles of good health for free!! His methods do work and are sustainable with effort I am afraid - cannot be lazy
    - CONS: None that I am aware of...
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  44. Thanks for this review. Keto diets high in animal-based foods are shown in multiple studies to have short term weight loss effects but negative intermediate and long term health effects. Several RCTs show that high consumption of animal products cause increased risk of CVD, colorectal, breast, and prostate cancer, along with others. Please for your own sake people, look this up!

    My aunt follows Berg now and has had more health issues and weight gain after switching from a plant-based diet to a keto-diet. While on the plant-based diet, she was doing really well, lost weight and felt better than she had in a long time. She’s had cancer twice and has always been skeptical of vaccines and pharmaceuticals. Unfortunately she tends to fall for these types of salesman quacks and has spent a substancial amount of money on his products and other random health products not scientifically proven. She’s always bouncing around looking for new lifestyles. As she moved from plant-based to keto, she’s going downhill with high cholesterol and random pains, digestive issues, and weight gain, but swears she’s committed to Berg’s suggestions for now. It’s so weird to me how she knows she doesn’t feel better but continues. Dr Berg’s followers follow him unconditionally though. They tend to be anti-establishment and some are anti-science.

    I also am skeptical of many things I’ve been told by typical health media and I don’t trust the mainstream health organizations since they are tainted by corporate food and pharmaceutical companies. I went plant-based eight years ago because of this and now follow The Physicians’ Committee for Responsible Medicine. Much more based on science than this chiropractor Berg. Whole-food plant-based is excellent!

    • Ian, I think your Aunt needs to re-watch some of the videos. While Dr. Berg does recommend eating Salmon & hamburger, his top recommendations are cruciferous vegetables, sauerkraut, arugula, pecans, olive oil in other words a ton of vegetables. Per Dr. Berg and others, your diet should not be more than 25% protein. If your aunt was on a plant based program and happy, why did she switch? I honestly think yours is a “hit” piece. While I independently think and choose what I take from Dr. Berg’s videos, overall I think his information is pretty good. I’m not a doctor, but someone who has worked out my entire life and continues to battle weight gain. Therefore, I’ve read a ton of information on the subject and find Dr. Berg not only speaks to the subject of how to improve health, but also the “why” things work. You can always research on your own. There are many people who are anti-vaccination. I’m not necessarily one of them, but I don’t discount people’s opinions based on that. There are many questions about vaccinations, particularly the Covid 19 vacs. While I’m vaccinated and boosted, I myself have questions and went for the “lessor of two evils”. I’ve researched mRNA, the vax I took, and after that felt comfortable enough. However, many are not comfortable with it including many MD’s.

  45. If dr Berg is a crook i wonder what the rest of the other M.D quacks are???
    Slandering somebody’s reputation doesn’t make it true.
    Accusing him for being a religious person is further proof of bigotism.
    As far as it can be noted, the religious people are far less responsible for crimes against humanity compared to the non-religious.
    Better yet, the advice he gives is free and sound and that’s why it upsets the quacks because they can’t sell their poisons to healthier people.

  46. The haters are always going to hate. Dr Berg promotes health and well being, a naturopathic approach, big pharma will want to shut him up…could this also be His son’s work ? A recent tick tock video suggested he had a big fight and is now ripping him apart on social media, he always label’s him as a fake and a scammer ???

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    DR ERIC BERG DOES NOT RECOMMEND THE DEATH VAXXXXX. NEITHER DO I !!!!! UNLESS YOU ARE A STUPID DUM SHEEPLE, THEN TAKE THIS EVIL POISON, THE WORLD NEEDS LESS STUPID SHEEPLE, LIKE THE PERSON WHO WROTE THE ABOVE ARTICLE.

    + PROS: i believe him, and DON'T BELieVE THE GOVERNMENT TRAINED DOCTORS.
    - CONS: liar wrote the above
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    • this article gives me even more reason to follow him, I’ve been through the established medical mediocrity,mainly in fullerton ca.they don’t give 2 shits..they are going after him because he has legit info, and establishment doesn’t like that.and I hear he doesn’t recommend the vax..so of course they’re going to try and discredit him..they’re so obvious it’s laughable!

  48. I’d rather take Dr Berg’s advice than any of my doctors who only push medication. In fact my cardiologist told me I don’t need CoQ10 when I know I do. He does not push his supplements and if he is a Scientologist, that is his business. His son is very disrespectful to his father. I will continue to listen to Dr Berg. He has helped me reverse diabetes!

    • Quite the contrary.

      After using several of his formulations totaling nearly $300 I had zero effect from any of them and they refuse to take back the products.

      The claims were false and the customer service and response was even worse.

      I never saw a penny back. I just didn’t get an attorney

      • Dr Berg is far from a quack or crook. I am an engineer and attorney who works in this field and others and his research stacks up to my own but he goes much further and has great helpful videos on every angle. Shame on anyone that tries to disparage him for not being an MD. MDs are trained to perform surgery and prescribe pharmaceuticals. They know very little about nutrition and they could care less. The typical “diet” they suggest is the “low fat” diet that has caused so much obesity, diabetes, heart disease and dementia over the last 50+ years since they invented it for their own financial gain. And they have been disparaging chiropractors (and optometrists) as quacks for over 100 years and even been found guilty of antitrust for doing this (look it up). I can assure you that your local chiropractor likely knows far more about nutrition and prevention as they typically have a holistic bias and training. And I can guarantee you that Dr Berg has far more knowledge than most MDs on nutrition and preventive health. The exceptions would be functional health doctors and they basically give the same advice as Dr Berg. Following their advice I am in excellent health. I have no fat, am 56 but look 36, and take no prescriptions. As to Ian, unfortunately your Aunt did not follow his advice or you misunderstood. Dr Berg advocates mostly cruciferous plants and small amounts of protein, listing wild salmon, grass fed beef and farm raised eggs as the best choices as he should.

  49. Article is slander, gossip and maligning

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    The claims of Berg being false or a scammer are by far illogical. If you’re someone who dares to do your research, much of his advice – ADVICE, NOTHING MORE – is in fact backed by peer-reviewed research. Just because you disagree doesn’t mean anything. It means you disagree. There are PhD holding vloggers who offer the science based on facts and past studies that prove the same info Berg shares. It’s just a shame all of you who throw around hate, discrimination, and toxicity are allergic to thinking for yourself and educating yourself on his topics. No, I don’t agree with everything. He’s a scientologist after all. But that doesn’t mean he isn’t savvy in his own right. He offers his information for free instead of hiding it behind a paywall. Many who’ve followed his keto advice have lost 50+ in a faster amount of time than using paid methods.

    So, is he really that horrible? His goal is to help people be healthy. He never actually plugs his work heavily, nor does he beg for YouTube subs. He’s not like Alex Jones who gives commercials on his own show about himself.

    + PROS: Helpful advice, never claims to be an expert.
    - CONS: A misled scientologist.
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  51. Dr Eric Berg is right about vaccines. They are dangerous, especially the covid 19 poison shot, which has killed and caused adverse reactions in the millions.

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    ‘Dr’ Berg seems to be busier than ever on YouTube. His latest foray is to give advice that comes close to outright quackery to those worried about prostate problems The danger is that less-educated people may follow his advice and get useless time-wasting nostrums that prevent them from getting the qualified advice and treatment that might save their lives. A sadly familiar tale.

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    • Friends. This post is a scam and fraud. My reply posts supporting Dr Berg have been deleted. Rest assured this is yet another AMA sponsored takedown of someone (a chiropractor, enemy #1 of pharma supported AMA) that provides excellent advice that will help you truly heal your body and not just mask symptoms with dangerous chemicals. His recommendation of cruciferous vegetables plus high quality fats and limited free range organic protein, plus IMF, is the gold standard. If you follow this you will not be a pharma customer. Hence the takedown attempts. Ask yourself — who has taken the time to explain basic health to you. Dr Berg or your “doctor”. There is no comparison.

    • Friends. This website is a scam and fraud. My posts supporting Dr Berg have been deleted. Rest assured this is yet another AMA sponsored takedown of someone (a chiropractor, enemy #1 of pharma supported AMA) that provides excellent advice that will help you truly heal your body and not just mask symptoms with dangerous chemicals. His recommendation of cruciferous vegetables plus high quality fats and limited free range organic protein, plus IMF, is the good standard. If you follow this you will kit be a pharma customer. Hence the takedown attempts. Ask yourself — who has taken the time to explain basic health to you. Dr Berg it your “doctor”. There is no comparison.

    • LIke the real quacks “saved” my best friend by irradiating him till they burned his guts against the cancer he had???? They killed him in 6 months when he could have lived without such “treatment” for much longer. Imbeciles like you are the reasons quackery is now called medicine.

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