Food & Exercise

“Food is the most widely abused anti-anxiety drug in America, and exercise is the most potent yet underutilized antidepressant.” ~Bill Phillips

Having an active lifestyle is no doubt a good thing, and it can help some people, but the evidence for anti-depressive effects of exercise is both tenuous and overstated.

Saying that exercise is the most potent anti-depressant is not only demonstrably and unequivocally false, but it is also dangerous.

Bill Phillips is NOT a scientist, and he makes profits by selling nutritional supplements which have no proven health benefits.

 

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