Documentary filmmaker Morgan Spurlock caused waves with Super Size Me, the 2004 film in which he claimed eating McDonald’s gave him multiple health problems — but his recent admission to decades of heavy drinking call into question his dramatic claims about his health ailments being the result of fast food.
But after a full month of eating fast food, Spurlock insisted that his health took a dramatic, downward turn.
Phelim McAleer found that Spurlock himself recently made a statement that seems to put his earlier health claims in doubt.
McAleer also pointed out that Spurlock’s admission about his drinking raises a question about earlier claims:
Morgan Spurlock’s recent admission about a possible chronic alcohol problem appear to be at odds with the claims he made that eating fast food damaged his health.