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The posts on Axe’s page run the gamut from minor bullshit, like "healthy" recipes, to major bullshit, like the pernicious claims that you can reverse cavities (you can’t, and why is this guy giving dental advice?) and that you can treat some painful and potentially dangerous bacterial infections like UTIs and staph with essential oils and “antiviral herbs” (again, not so much). He also writes that “living a life of purpose” can lower dementia risk. Wouldn’t that be nice? While it might not concern you that a “physician” with nearly two million followers on Facebook is spending his time posting recipes for face wash, it should pique your curiosity that he’s telling people he’s never met they should purchase his products to “support” any number of conditions, from “leaky gut syndrome” (not real) to aging (his bone-broth collagen formula, now available in chocolate, will set you back $37). That’s a funny word, “support.” It’s legal speak for “this product is bullshit.” Beyond his line of snake oils, it should absolutely scare you that Axe has written articles espousing his anti-vaccine views while speaking glowingly of anti-vax queen Jenny McCarthy’s pediatrician. How hippocratic. That’s the word, right?