They aren’t wrong because they’re vegan, they’re wrong because they push a vegan agenda when plenty of evidence is against that agenda.
And their bias shows through the words they use:
The lowest-ranked overall diets were the Dukan diet, the Body Reset diet, the Whole30 diet and the popular keto diet, which all focus on high-protein or high-fat foods with minimal carbohydrates.
“Those are diets that have few substantiated claims, are extremely restrictive, harder to follow, and they eliminate entire food groups, which is really not something that’s substantiated by science,” Bergquist said.
“What do all of these diets have in common? They require the use of minimally processed foods and focus on fruits, vegetables, beans, lentils, whole grains, nuts and seeds”
Aren’t these diets “extremely restrictive” and don’t they “eliminate entire food groups” (note the complete lack of meat)? Aren’t these diets harder to follow? And yet they are the best and diets like low carb aren’t, solely because they believe in plants and don’t believe in meat.
This is vegan bias if I’ve ever seen it. It imbues their whole philosophy.