Netflix has also been criticized for hosting What The Health. This vegan documentary alleges (among other things) that eating one egg is the equivalent of smoking five cigarettes, drinking milk causes cancer, fish are loaded with toxins, and prominent health organizations like the American Diabetes Association and the American Heart Association are covering up these inconvenient truths on behalf of Big Animal Products. (We were going to say "Big Meat," but that's the name of our stripping troupe.)
There's also Root Cause, a documentary about how root canals supposedly cause cancer -- a claim which is so extremely not true that anyone spouting this nonsense should automatically be suspected of Cavity Creeping. The movie caused such a panic among paranoid tooth-owners that the American Dental Association lobbied Netflix to take it down, which they eventually did.
Then there was Heal, a two-hour opus "investigating" the idea that it's possible to cure any illness, including cancer, with positive thinking. One of the subjects is a woman whose bowel and liver cancer disappeared after she underwent therapy to deal with being bullied in kindergarten ... after a course of chemotherapy and radiography.
We choose to think of it as a historical documentary, detailing a time when people still listened to Deepak Chopra's foaming shit.