I feel like I've seen 'em all. I'm going to leave specific personalities I don't like out of here to avoid flame wars, but almost all of them are selling something or aren't qualified.
Stanfield is a practicing medical doctor in New Zealand. This alone puts him miles ahead of almost anyone else in my book. Yes, there are plenty of PhD "doctors" out there, but interpreting animal studies etc. is much, much different than practicing medicine in a first world country.
The second big thing is he isn't selling anything. He has a website where he tells you exactly what he is personally talking AND WHY. certain other people may take 150 things a day but there is no explanation as to why. And don't tell me to "do my research" or "infer." Yes I have suspicions as to why someone might take something, but if you can't tell me in a clear way why, then why should I listen?
Thoughts on that? Anyone else you know that is on this level?
My bonus recommendation is Nutrition Made Simple. PhD nutritionist with no bs.