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The Best Thing Since Sliced Bread?
The latest ad-hyped products and trending fads promise to make us healthier, happier and greener, but are they really 'the best thing since sliced bread'? Greg Foot finds out.
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4.7 stars from 371 ratings
Absolutely love it x
This is brilliant! Love the mix of debunking/ not debunking fads and “facts”! Hope another series will come out soon :)
rutherford and fry fan via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 09/24/22
Sorts fact from fiction
This is an excellent podcast, highlighting just how easily we can be taken in by fads and claims on social media!!! I have definitely bought many of these lies and wasted much money (and possibly endangered my health) in search of a quick and easy fix...This podcast makes me question all those...Read full review »
Nadja Hong Kong via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 08/22/22
Informative and objective
I’m always skeptical for things that sounds too good to be true. Yet the power of marketing means I fall for the gimmick time and time again. This show is informative and easy to understand. It also covers a range of products that I find fascinating. I would recommend it to others.
ml-bxl via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 07/11/22
Recent Episodes
Published 08/25/22
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Published 08/25/22
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Published 08/18/22
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