Oh. I see how this works now. I'm a liar when I state an opinion that you disagree with, but when you make a factual statement that's not actually a fact, it's not called lying, it's called misspeaking. You labeled dietary expert Dr Stephen Phillips as a Type II diabetic, which was false, and which a number of people read, and probably believed to be factual. At least you had the decency to go back and edit your post before too much damage was done.
So let's talk about your two experts, Anthony Colpo, who you used as a reliable resource for information on Tim Olson, and Harley Johnstone aka Durian Rider or DR, who you claim has all kinds of credentials that make him an expert on nutrition and health. I'll come back to your reliable resource, Anthony Colpo soon enough, but please list the races in which you claim that "elite runner and cyclist" DR has finished "in the top". Were these "elite" races? Were his times "elite"?
I did find an interview where he claims to have a personal best 5K of 16:19 and a personal best 10K of 37:22. He doesn't say whether these times were official, or unofficial. But I was unable to find those official times for him in any race. I did find two Marathon results run by Harley Johnstone in 2010 at the age of 30 both in Australia. His times were 3:33:23 and 3:48:49. Neither of those times would even get him into the Boston Marathon. For someone that cycles and runs as much as he claims, those times are downright pathetic. But perhaps it's another Harley Johnstone in Queensland Australia that was 30 in 2010 and ran two marathons.
At the tender age of 44 and as a 4 day a week "casual" runner, I ran my very first official marathon and finished in 3:16:19 (compare to Johnstone's 3:33:23), 21st out of 73 in my age group and 82nd out of 472 overall, fast enough to qualify for the Boston Marathon. My longest training distance was 20 miles prior to the official marathon. The only official 10K I ran that year was a 40:21 finish (compare to Johnstone's PB of 37:22), 13th out of 464 in my age group and 83rd overall out of 2,403 runners . My only official 5K ever was an 18:59 (compare to Johnstone's 16:19) finish, 1st in my age group and 7th overall, but it was a relatively small race with only 73 runners, making it easier to finish at the top. I started running at age 37 for reference. The point is that if you consider him to be "elite" at the age of 30-35, then that places me in the "elite" category for age 40-45. Can I be a nutrition expert too?
That's it on DR’s running prowess. That's all I could find through unofficial (from his mouth) and official (online) channels for Harley Johnstone and Road Race Results. Again for reference, my official results can all be found online.
Regarding his video rants, I could care less if he drops f-bombs twice a minute, 28 times in a 14 minute rant, plus two "jerk-off" gestures into the camera. It doesn't hurt my "little ears" as you call them. The point is that he feels to need to use vulgar language and obscenities, because he doesn't know how to speak as an intelligent human being, which leads one to believe, that he is not an intelligent human being.
With regard to your comment about me being a hypocrite for not defending you against some cyber bully that you couldn’t handle by yourself, too bad. You have no idea whether I reported that person the webmaster or not, but I had no reason to confront that person directly. Ultimately, he/she was banned. What I’m saying is that these forums are no place for vulgarity and obscenities and videos are no exception. That’s it.
We all know that he trains virtually full time AND that he uses Vitamin B12 Supplements in the form of injections…blasphemy! He claims that he has some sort of metabolic disorder that requires him to use B12 injections, but his diet contains zero B12, and the human body doesn’t produce vitamin B12 on its own. Is that his metabolic disorder, or is that a human metabolic disorder? Humans obtain almost all of their vitamin B12 from dietary means.
Back to your other reliable resource, Anthony Colpo, who you suggest is a credible critic of Tim Olson. Well I wonder what he says about Harley Johnstone?
Here’s what your own reliable resource, Anthony Colpo, says about your so called highly credentialed expert and elite athlete, Harley Johnstone:
“66 kilos of unabashed ignorance and arrogance. According to this guy, if you eat meat you’ll end up an obese, caffeine-addicted, walking tumour. Don’t dare question him, because he knows everything. Says who? He does.”
He goes on to say
“Rider (Harley Johnstone) is a vegan; I’m an omnivore who thinks veganism is a load of unscientific bollocks. I’ve presented an extensive amount of published scientific evidence to support my case; from a cursory glance around Rider’s site, all he is able to present in support of veganism is his bike riding mileage, recommendations to read popular format garbage like The China Study and The Skinny Bitch Diet, and a generous serving of caustic ridicule of anyone who dares (correctly) point out that vegan diets have a number of nutritional shortcomings.”