The Unknown Genius Of Michael Greger – Vegan Vs Carnivore Diet


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The Unknown Genius Of Michael Greger – Vegan Vs Carnivore Diet

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Dr. Michael Greger from just recently was a guest on the London Real show and one of the most hilarious scenes was when he was asked about the carnivore diet. This vegan vs carnivore diet battle is getting hilarious.

I think no interviewer really got a comprehensive answer from Dr. Greger thus far but Brian from London Real just kept on pushing and pinching until Michael gave in.

Today I’ll break down the carnivore part of the London Real interview so you’ll learn new stuff about Dr. G and how he thinks. This is not Dr. Greger said that and this, I’m analysing the micro parts of this interview so even if you’ve seen this interview before, you will likely learn something new.

One thing that is very unique about Dr. Greger is his rambling.

Now I personally find this to be very appealing and personal. While a lot of youtube commenters claim that this is because of his diet, this guy for example writes that Dr. Greger has late stage veganism, we have to understand that intelligence and the ability to articulate are two abilities that are not correlated.

For example we see the same thing in Elon Musk. Elon Musk is a brilliant business guy and inventor, yet somehow reminds of this very smart guy in class that couldn’t explain anything.

If at all an intuitive ability to articulate well is probably a sign of decreased intelligence.

Because what we’ll see from the smart guy in class, Elon Musk and in Michael Greger is that there’s a drastic knowledge gap between the sender of the information and the receiver.

A knowledge gap is a difference of the individual level of knowledge of two individuals when engaging in a discussion.

The bigger this knowledge gap is between two people, the harder it is to communicate properly.

For example my knowledge when it comes to fitness and nutrition is on a very decent level. Let’s imagine I have 3 layers of knowledge.

So if I talk with a QualityGains client, who likely has less layers of knowledge than I have, I have to adapt my communication. For example while I might talk about essential amino acids, leucine and other cool stuff with a fellow trainer, I’ll talk about dietary protein or even potential lego blocks with clients.

The knowledge of Brian vs. the knowledge of Michael Greger, when it comes to nutrition, is obviously not on the same level.

Brian raises his eye lid at some point in the michael greger interview and tenses his facial muscles which is usually a sign of stress. And the reason he behaves this way is because he was genuinely interested in an answer and was unsure about that topic, while for Michael Greger it was obviously a stupid question or a joke.

The same thing happens later. Brian Rose is posing a serious question about lime juice for Vitamin C and Michael Greger, thinking it was a joke, cracks up. You see Michael Greger adjusting his behavior later, becoming more calm and serious to not seem disrespectful to Brian.

You can actually see how Michael Greger is trying not to crack up in the future and calm his demeaner because he realized that Brian is obviously not on the same nutritional knowledge level.

At one point in the interview Michael Greger is aiming to say “of course”, then cuts his words off and says: “I mean right”. Saying of course to a person unsure about a certain topic can seem threatening and unempathetic. That’s why he’s using the word “right”. Because the words ‘of course’ implies that the question you asked should be general knowledge.

We see the same thing later when Brian Rose suggests that there might be positive studies about the carnivore diet in the future.

Because he realizes that Brian Rose doesn’t have the same level of fundamental knowledge that he has, and this is hard when it comes to communicating your message. You also realize that Michael Greger is trying to adopt here instead of debate.

Because MIchael Greger knows that a vegan vs. carnivore debate is pointess.

The message for you here, fellow vegans, is that the same thing happens when you’re talking with an unsuspecting omnivore. While you know the ins and outs of protein, factory farming and global warming and the ties to livestock, they might NOT.

In these discussions that you have in your life, there’s an obvious knowledge gap. So we need to make sure that we stay respectful and kind.

Remember that if you want to spread a message of compassion, it helps to be compassionate as well.

Thank you for your time and thank you for your trust. I hope you have a great day. 🙂

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