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He’s yet another example of the old adage, “Just when you think you’ve seen it all, you haven’t.” I’m referring to a guy who calls himself David Avacado Wolfe, who’s shown up in a couple of posts at another blog collective.

The only difference is that this guy is not a physician, which, embarrassingly to me, Chopra is, and he hasn’t tried to turn his woo into a clinical trial yet, which Chopra has done.

Yet he still manages to crank up the pseudoscience to 11 selling everything from a juicer to dear antler extract as magical ways of improving your longevity. If you think Deepak Chopra has a big ego, you ain’t seen nothin’ yet.Just take a peek at Wolfe’s biography: David “Avocado” Wolfe is the rock star and Indiana Jones of the superfoods and longevity universe.I’ve been at this skeptical blogging thing for over a decade now.I realize that I periodically remind you, my readers, of this and that perhaps I do it too often, but my reminders generally serve a purpose.Specifically, they serve to put an exclamation point on my surprise when I discover a new purveyor of pseudoscience and/or quackery that I had never heard of before but who is apparently fairly well known in the quackosphere.Such is what happened this week, when I learned of a man who appears to be challenging Deepak Chopra and Bruce Lipton for the title of most annoying mystical quack in the world.