Eat Agave, Get Fat. Learn the shocking truth about Raw Agave Syrup Nectar

Eat Agave, Get Fat.  Learn the shocking truth about Raw Agave Syrup Nectar

Alright this is John Kohler with
Today what we’re going to talk about is the agave. Did you know that agave can make you
fat? So eat agave and get fat. Why are so many raw foodists literally fat and overweight?
Well one of the reasons may be that they eat too much agave.
Yes, agave can make you fat and here is the reason why. The reason why is that basically
it’s metabolized by your liver and not metabolized in your normal digestive process. So basically
you can get what it’s called fatty liver, it’s like what alcoholics get and it can cause
psoriasis and other problems. The reason why it does this, and yes even if it’s raw, just
because it’s raw doesn’t mean it’s healthy is actually a talk I give and not everything
that’s raw is healthy for us. So the reason why agave’s so bad is the fructose
content. It’s between seventy percent to ninety-seven percent fructose and that’s just whole extracted
fructose. So you might ask well hey fructose isn’t that just fruit sugar, you know fructose-fruit?
Well yes, it’s true that there’s fructose in fruit like an apple or an orange, banana.
It has fructose but guess what the percentage of fructose is in those kinds of fruits? They’re
usually in five, six percent range. Never as high as seventy to ninety-seven percent
and even high fructose corn syrup has fifty-five percent fructose, not seventy percent fructose.
So there’s a big sham going on and you are the guinea pigs you’re basically being taken,
your money’s being taken, you’re being fed a product that’s not good for you that’s going
to sabotage your health. While it is true that agave is low glycemic
it still does raise your blood sugar and I did do a test on that personally to check
it out. But the real problem is that it increases your insulin resistance which is probably
even worse than being low glycemic just because it’s low glycemic doesn’t mean it’s healthy.
So anti-freeze is low glycemic but if dog’s drink anti-freeze they’ll lose their lives.
So we need to be really aware. I can sit here and talk to you for a while
about agave and I do want to bring up one quick point before I forget. I learned about
agave, and I’ll tell you the history about how I learned about agave and my teachings
on agave. I first learned about agave in about the year 1999 or 2000 year at the natural
products expo. It’s a trade show for the health food industry that I attend every year to
keep up to date with all the new happenings. There was one company selling agave and when
I found it I’m like wow this could possibly be a new raw foods sweetener and I’ve discovered
it because I found it here at the trade show. But after further research I found that actually
it was made with high heat and actually it went through a really, I mean literally a
chemical process to make it and adding enzymes and charcoal and filtering and all these other
things. So as people enter into raw foods, into health,
we want to be eating, we want to be eating real foods and we want to get away from things
that have labels and ingredient lists and all that kind of stuff. My friend Paul Nisson
says if it has an ingredient list you shouldn’t be putting it into your body.
I’m sitting here in my garden with collards and kale and lettuce behind me, these things
we look at we know what it is, we need no ingredient labels. A non-descript bottle of
agave, I mean, what is this. This could be tequila if it was allowed, if this was allowed
to ferment more. So that being said agave doesn’t contain any enzymes because they have
to stop the enzymatic activity otherwise the tequila would ferment into agave. Just another
reason. So anyways, back to the story. I found the
agave in 1999 or 2000 and I determined it wasn’t a viable raw food. Then somebody else
found it and figured oh yeah we could market this as raw or even not as raw and it came
out for whatever reason. Because you know why the reason is the all mighty dollar that
so many companies and people selling you raw food products that may be labeled raw that
might not even be raw, that might not even really be healthy for you because they want
to make a buck. So you know what I’m teaching you? I have
a YouTube channel Growing Your Greens to teach you how to grow your own food at no charge.
There’s nothing in it for me, but what’s my goal? My goal’s to teach people how to grow
their own food and eat their own food and then they’ll be a lot healthier because they’re
eating whole foods that’s fresh picked. We want to be eating whole foods that are
fresh picked because there’s more life force parna, chi, whatever you want to call it as
well as enzymes, nutrients and you put rock dust minerals in the soil, it’s going to be
fully mineralized so we don’t need to take a mineral supplement and that’s the best food
in the world is the food that you could grow in your front yard.
So back to the story. So basically agave came out, I’d done a lot of research on it and
actually updated my research and in 2006, yes year 2006 I started educating people in
the raw foods community that agave was not good for us. So it’s now been four years and
finally some people are listening and now people like Brian Clement and Joseph Mercola,
Kevin Gianni and a whole bunch of other people are now finally saying don’t eat agave. I’m
like duh I’ve been telling you guys, I’ve been telling everybody since 2006. Finally,
they believe me. So this agave incident and other incidents
has spawned me to make a, give a talk I give called “Just because it’s raw doesn’t mean
it’s healthy.” I can sum that a few sentences. Basically, we want to be eating whole, fresh
fruits and vegetables. There’s a lot of things being sold to us as raw such as agave’s one
of them and cacao’s another big one and there’s other things that maybe aren’t so
good for us. So now the question is John so if agave’s
not that good for us what do I use for sweetener? Okay, well that’s definitely a good question,
so here’s the answer. The answer is this. So when we come from a standard American diet
we come from a culture based on eating foods that are really high in sugar with, used to
be like sugar from sugar cane which they processed down and they fed that to us.
Then it was like high fructose corn syrup and most standard Americans eat a diet really
high in high fructose corn syrup and it’s causing the obesity, one of the causes of
the obesity and a lot of the other health challenges in today’s society. So you could
basically substitute the high fructose corn syrup with high fructose agave syrup. Why
we don’t call that, why don’t we call agave syrup high fructose agave syrup. Actually,
I picked up an agave at the last trade show and it says high fructose agave syrup on it.
I should have that out for a prop here. But I will use that for a prop at some of my talks
I give. But so just because it’s raw it doesn’t mean
it’s healthy. So just because agave’s raw, high fructose corn syrup or I mean raw high
fructose agave syrup doesn’t make it any healthier for us. It could cause liver damage, increases
your insulin resistance, it’s really high in fructose, it’s highly processed, it’ll
make you fat, has no enzymes and guess what, it’s also addictive. So you’ll go back and
buy more and those companies will keep making the money off you at the expense of your health.
That’s not cool. So let’s get down to alternatives. So alternatives
basically, if you’re not a true vegan and you’re not concerned about that stuff, which
I’m not going to talk about I think honey is a much better alternative to agave. At
least it naturally occurs in nature. Bears, there’s honey hives and you could stick your
hand in a honey hive and get stung to hell but you’d be able to get the honey and there’s
no factories, enzyme inhibitors or in actually I even heard that there’s genetically modified
things in the agave that they use to ferment it to make it happen. So that’s, we don’t
want to be eating that stuff. So honey’s a good viable alternative if you’re
not a true vegan. Although, honey’s also really high in fructose. It’s about seventy percent
fructose but it’s in a little bit different form, so it’s not quite as bad plus honey
has a lot of other benefits. So that’s probably a better alternative, but that being said
we really, really, really want to get away from eating those high sweet, sugar foods.
As I said before we’ve been brought over from a standard American diet which is really high
in sugar and that’s what you’re used to. So once you start eating nature’s sugars and
the natural sugars that are in naturally occurring and fresh whole fruits for example, then once
you start eating more fresh fruits you’re going to get to know that that is the sweetest
things that we should be eating and you’re going to be more happy with that.
So the best sweetener in my opinion is fresh fruits, the next best after that would be
something like dried fruits. So that’s fresh fruit less only the water. Then after that
maybe something like stevia and I grow actually stevia over there in my garden, in my herb
bed. So fresh stevia leaves are the best followed by the dried green powdered and then I’d probably
go down to the more highly processed stevias. Then I’d maybe say something like honey and
then the rest, we could go down the line from there and most things down the list wouldn’t
be raw. So another question’s going to be well John
what about yucca syrup or Jerusalem artichoke syrup or whatever other syrup they’re going
to making next year. You know what, once again it’s all being made in a factory and let’s
not use those kinds of things because there haven’t been any research problems with those
now, but you know what always when we’re messing with mother nature there’s always going to
be some problems and repercussions. Don’t mess with Mother Nature.
So hopefully you’ve learned more about agave and some of the alternatives today and hopefully
you will no longer be eating agave so you will no longer be fat and be able to live
healthfully on a raw foods diet. So this is John Kohler with We’ll see you
next time.


  • StarFlower99654 says:

    Thanks John, great video.

  • Sam Nabors Drums says:

    Great, another Cacao basher! Cacao can be extremely healthy when used appropriately.

  • Adventure Is Out There says:

    I really needed this video, I was buying this Agave necter online by the case.Thanks.

  • Debbie P says:

    Thank you John for all the free information, I am new to raw living and I wish I saw this video before I went to whole foods. I wish you would have a receipe series and save me from making more mistakes. Thank you 🙂


    Ahhhh wasted money at trader joes


    hey how about the agave juice aka "pulke" ? my grandfather he said it was healthy

  • honeywaterlily says:

    Besides fruits, honey has always been my #1 choice for a sweetener, but I wanted to try agave and bought some but now that I finally finished the bottle I don't plan on buying anymore. I'm going back to good old raw honey.

  • chickenbonewatt says:

    Our sugar 'addiction' is one of the biggest cause of depression in this country. As soon as I learned that and began controlling/diminishing my intake, my own depression problems came considerably under control.

  • AOLDIEH says:

    thank you very much for the clarification

  • Cherlynn Bell says:

    I guess I can't have any type of sweetener! I got a fatty liver from just plain sugar & honey. so guess I give up all sweeteners. I go into grand Mal seizers with artificial sweeteners. I do grow and use a little stevia. Can't handle any refined simple sugars or starches now.

  • sivtyra369 says:

    i have something called yacoon sirup, wery sweet

  • evi410 says:

    What about rapadura?

  • somedude712 says:

    Very informative video. Thank you sir.

  • hollykarlsen says:

    Thank you for spreading the truth, John! You rock!!!!!!! No more agave for me.


    I would have never known, thank you for the heads up!! Watching more videos now.

  • Kc King says:

    LOL funny and informative. thanks

  • Darqhadouken says:

    What alternatives sweeteners besides Stevia or honey would you suggest? What about juicing sugar cane?

  • Dana W says:

    Darnit!!! Just finished off a bag of agave sweetened granola i got from wholefoods last week. Why didnt i watch this video sooner!?!


    @3721marina From what I understand, maple syrup is cooked for a long time to concentrate the sap substantially. Have never heard of it done any other way.

  • hallhiireke says:

    What about dates?

  • KungFuChess says:

    Agave is ok in moderation. So is rice, cocao, nuts seeds etc. Your body uses those calories. Get up sweat and work and everyday too.

  • PC Fast says:

    Still MUCH better than HFCS. I only use honey, agave or maple.
    Due to GMO corn!! Wont touch gmo items.

  • PC Fast says:

    well.. unless they do do some sort of process that's bad in agave..
    Vegan people.. lol. honey yes for sure!

  • Newtonip says:

    The other thing about the fructose in fruits is that fruits contain a lot of fiber. Fiber slows down the absorption of the sugar so your blood-sugar levels don't peak all of a sudden when you eat them. This is why any kind of refined sweetener is not good for you.

  • Elvegetariano says:

    I keep myself in pretty good shape working out every week, when I tried agave for a while. I wasn't able to lose any weight. I was actually gaining weight back the exact same thing is happening with cocoa so I'm stopping that immediately. Thanks for the info sir

  • jizzterrace says:

    i love how in many of your videos you get frustrated that these other prominent guys are taking away they spotlight for what you have discovered..haha..well not laughing in a bad way just saying…by the way i really love your videos thank you so much for all your work.

  • henning flat says:

    You don't have to believe. just know that its a big rip-off business model.
    You pay $100 – production cost $2.
    Or the gold plated one, $1799 – production cost $10.
    There's a lot of money to make with bullshit. Why?
    Because there's enough stupid, brainless believers.

  • NutriFIT nutritie si fitnes says:


  • kidmedia1 says:

    dear john… it is a DIFFERENT complex of sugars , corn been hybridized SO much , it is fuul of starch .
    the sugar complex in the agave is occur natural , non hybrid … no man made .
    check it for yourself 🙂

  • Brandi S says:

    lol, Love the description cus that is what I call it. High Fructose Agave syrup.

  • Brandi S says:

    Dont worry, you caught it soon enough ;3 lol

  • ladiegata says:

    My husband just showed me this video. & right on time. Thanks so much for always giving good information! We love your Channel

  • Jesse Villalobos says:

    What do you think about coconut palm sugar?

  • Jesse Villalobos says:

    it says its high in trace minerals

  • Dj VanaDee says:

    I went to the store and I saw a product called date sugar how doe's that rate as far as being healthy? Another question is if you are raw what would put the agave on any way?

  • Sharleena Freeman says:

    I recently saw carob syrup on a site while researching where to buy a carob tree in Australia after watching your awesome carob videos. Another excellent video thx John. I was always suss about Agave.I tried it years ago and found it an unpleasant strong sweetener but with no flavor.

  • Sharleena Freeman says:

    people put in "raw" desserts, or should I say "supposed raw" desserts like cheesecakes etc

  • Evan Black says:

    I didnt know this about agave so thanks I use agave in my teas. So what do you recommend I use in my tea?

  • SeeMeRot says:

    thx for the info…i gotta show my mom this video…she has type 2 diabetes and just bought the stuff cause she heard it doesn't spike blood sugar levels…that may be true but the cons of this stuff make that one benefit null and void imo.

  • samhain93 says:

    If you research the amount of fructose (like on the FDA website) you will learn that it only has ~1% fructose…. There is only 2-3% total sugar in the entire thing!
    I may be doing my math wrong, but I doubt it… @okaw, where did you get your facts from?

  • Jojoangel1205 says:

    Look into Panela sugar. Best in my opinion.

  • elmoswansong says:

    Yep yore right john agave is a raw shit lie. Dangerous even if yore diabetic. Yacon seems better. But scarce. Blend some dates. Still better than any refined processed syrups. For gi index and gi load palmsugar or stevia is best.

  • Blended Vitamins says:

    @samhain93: the real question is where exactly are you getting YOUR info? Even if you e-mail many of the Agave manufacturers, they will tell you themselves that their products contain 70%+ fructose. So you're either not reading about Agave nectar/syrup, or your math is way off.

  • Blended Vitamins says:

    What John says he is mostly true. However, not all Agave is the same. Search hard enough, and you'll find Agave Nectar that is certified USDA Organic, raw (as in cooked in temperatures that do not exceed 118 *F), and have no more than 50% fructose in the final product. It is rare, however. Everyone needs to do their own due diligence if they are going to use Agave.

  • mzbarbiie bella says:

    But what can I use for a healthy sugar ?


    Great video. I have a large agave and I wanted to find if they were edible. Im soo glad I found this video, especially since Ive had a gastric by pass and certain sugars are Bad for me and make me horribly sick.

  • Watchman79 says:

    Glad I saw this….Thanks John.

  • toohip1959 says:

    Hi John, just planted a garden so I can start juicing this summer. I bought my juicer last year and I was shocked how much kale alone costs at my local market… so of course I decided to grow my own vegies this year. Talk about gaining weight, I was given two major narcotics due to a medical mishap.. and that's putting it lightly! Had a scalpal "accidently" dropped in my body during a routine hernia repair thus nicking my intestine. It's truly a long drawn out story. Here I am 7 years later on the highest dose (100 mcg) duragesic patch given along with a 60mg dose of morphine on the side as needed. When being scanned to take a look at the damage, I am told they don't see it anymore so I had to ask myself.. why am I still on these drugs? My docs response is that I'm a chronic pain sufferer now and always will be. I had to call BS on this and I didn't want to be labeled as such. I went cold turkey last month with the patches, omg such a painful process! I'm in the process now of ridding myself of the morphine which has caused me to gain at least an uncomfortable 20 lbs. One of the side effects is painful tummy growling, almost spasm like. Sounds odd I know and naturally I tend to want to eat to make it stop. Is there a particular juice cocktail to clense the bodies of these toxins and or lose weight? Thanks John, I want to be healthy again. ~Shine~ from WA, State  🙂

  • Venus Psychic says:

    great stuff


    good info, try Kithul palm syrup from Kandy mountain, sustainably harvested and equal portions of glucose to fructose, taste like heaven!!

  • Dear God, the Drama Mama. says:

    Don't you point your finger at me! 

  • poolahpot says:

    maple syrup straight from the tree???

  • Daniel Heller says:   <—- This guy uses agave. Does he look fat to you?..

  • Anthony James says:

    Here is my research on the issue. I compared white sugar, coconut sugar, and agave. This is going off equivalent sweetness to 21 grams of Agave. Agave is 25% sweeter than sugar and coconut sugar is equivalent in sweetness to white sugar. White sugar is 50% fructose, agave is (usually) between 75-85% fructose and coconut sugar is 70-80% sucralose (which is 50% fructose) and 3-9% fructose, so averaging the two i rounded up to 45%.

    White Sugar
    Calories: 60
    GI: 64
    Fructose: 13.13 g

    Calories: 60
    GI: 30
    Fructose: 17.85g (@85%) or 15.75g (@75%)

    Coconut sugar
    Calories: 56
    GI: 35
    Fructose: 11.81g

    The pretty clear winner appears to be coconut sugar, but they are all close and coconut sugar is expensive. From what I have researched online, as long as you stay under 50g of fructose a day there are no proven ill effects though most places say to stay under 25g. If all you have a day is 2 tablespoons of agave you will probably be ok. For each person it probably hinges mostly on cost and whether or not glycemic index is important to you.

  • TruthInjector says:

    The TRUTH is way more COMPLEX than the group-think of the healthy lifestyle community.  Because a few or a great many people say something is one way does not mean it is true.  Agave is perfectly healthy and safe used in moderation. Used in moderation it will not make you fat. The info in this video is not accurate regardless of his insistent hand gestures 🙂 This is the one time in a million John is not perfectly correct.. John is fantastic and organic food gardeners know it all around the world. He is literally helping to save the world with his efforts to promote food growing.

    People on raw food diets commonly get FAT because they EAT TOO MUCH. There is this notion that is FALSE that you can eat as much as you like.  There are researchers who just pulled out all the stops and at as they willed and they got FAT eating nothing but raw fruits and vegetables.  Just like with cooked food you have to watch your total calories and activities you engage in to consume those calories. 

    Agave is a very high fructose sweetener.  THIS IS ACTUALLY VERY GOOD FOR YOU. With sucrose the blood sugar rises to very high levels then plummets.  The problem is when people overdose on agave or high fructose corn sweetener, you are pushing too much of a good thing. Fructose eaten in moderation, we should not be drinking 16 sodas a day. Maybe one to three tops. If you drink and consume fructose in moderation you won't have any problems. The problem arises when people overdo a good thing. Fructose is low hypoglycemic so it does not wake up insulin production so you end up with excess sugars. The easy way to fix it is to simply add a boost of sucrose to the mix. A level teaspoon in a drink is ok. Even less will probably work. The sucrose will activate insulin production and prevent this adverse consequence of excess usage of a good thing.  It is much better to drink soda or beverages or pies sweetened with agave or enzymatically extracted fructose(high fructose) than it is to eat them sweetened with a high sucrose sugar which.  If you do OD on agave add a little sucrose. But it's best to use a moderate amount of a very good thing. AND YES HIGH FRUCTOSE CORN SWEETENER IS WAY BETTER FOR YOU THAN TABLE SUGAR– just not if you want to guzzle down 16 sodas a day- then add some sucrose.  You will get FAT whether you consume too much sugars or too much fruits and vegetables(even with no agave). It's the total calories that matter.

  • Uh Ohh says:

    I give up damn what to use I know put berries in a blender and put them in tea cereal and coffee or forget and just use nothing

  • Robert Henry says:

    Good stuff John. Although I'm not raw or vegan, you bring up a lot of good issues. Yes, I had to give up my favorite dessert (a popular brand of coconut ice cream) due to it containing agave. I do believe it was effecting my blood sugar negatively.
    @ Elizabeth Algazi, our bodies were designed 100% organic, so putting anything other than organic into our bodies goes against nature. The body doesn't know what to do with chemicals, fluoride, chlorine, vaccinations, processed foods, and other poisons we're being bombarded with. I'll take nature over faulty "science" any day.

  • MightyMite says:

    We've all been duped and I heard about this a couple of years ago, but I blew it off.
    So now I used dates if I want to sweeten a smoothie or something.  Don't like the taste of Stevia.

  • Ace Spa says:

    Thank you for making this video 🙂

  • demi rich says:

    OMG I just purchased some Blue Agave "organic" sweetener the other day. I am 42 and overweight. I realized a little late that my body is a temple and I need to treat it as such. So I have began juicing and doing a lot of research about juicing. I stopped all junk foods and sodas. I drink at least 10 cups a water or more a day now. I don't use any white sugar at all. I purchased the Agave to put in my oatmeal in the mornings because I thought it was healthier than the honey that I was using. Thank you so much for this video. Next time I will research before I purchase.

  • kent7927 says:

    Thanks for the info.
    I just tossed half a bottle of Agave syrup out.
    p.s. nice garden!

  • Damian Marley says:

    damn that's crazy. the memo must of not gotten to a lot of people cause I just started trying to eat more alkaline based and everywhere says agave is a raw healthy sweetener. I've been putting it in my smoothies and stuff.. What a shame people give information to others w/o knowing all the information or do it for profit. throwing my agave in the trash. thanks for the information man.. peace and love

  • eat shit says:

    this guy is a manipulator wtf. . .it really fits your background lol maybe i should try agave syrup.

  • Havad says:

    I've researched and researched. My personal experience, raw agave in particular, has had no effects on me, no jolts like other sugars. Something to consider, perhaps there IS a good fructose v. other fructose, similar to some carbs v. other carbs.

  • THEBIGMEOW says:

    eat agave get fat
    you should become the president

  • Linda Javier says:

    Imagine, if we could mass produce agave, like corn fructose? Yes, it has a higher concentration of fructose, but, it is sweeter, so use less! Farmers in deserts could grow this stuff, WITHOUT Momsanto, and all of the poisonous sprays that go into so many products in corn fructose! 
    Please, please do not let this video discourage you from using agave! Try watching the Netflix documentary "omg" We could feed the world with this stuff. Instead of two spoons of honey in your tea for example, use one spoon of Agave. It is delicious, AND your body digests it better. Sorry cute guy, who means well. But give Agave a chance!!!

  • Cory Pickerign says:

    look into Xylitol sugar (if u decide to get some, try n get the kind from Birch trees)

  • CYRINTHIA212 says:

    awe damn. i just bought a bottle today 😥 darn it. just waste my money today😞

  • Masmotors says:

    Great info

  • Sean Finkel says:

    great information!!!, thank you. I'm a diabetic, trying to grow as much of my own food for me and my 6 year old daughter as I can. Again, thank you!!!

  • next universman says:

    what do u recommend?

  • next universman says:

    agave has been used for years especially in mexico

  • OverChill says:

    I must be fat to survive the winter.

  • Jax Bravo says:

    The reason why is that it's metabolised by the BUCKET LOAD when you consume WHOLE BOTTLES in a week. Just chill out everyone, he's chatting about if you have agave for lunch breakfast and dinner, by the Kilos.

  • Lamont Moye says:

    Agave is one of the foods that has been around before most of our foods were created (Hibrids/cross-brids) by man.  All Agave  does not have the same high fructose corn syrup as do juices.  Also, honey is not natural in tress, but put there by bees for a different purpose, not for us to consume.  The bee vomit (honey) is don't for there use not ours.

  • A.C. says:

    high fructose corn syrup is bad for you. There's plenty of info on it not from this video. don't believe someone just because they wright a long paragraph on it. look it up for your self.

  • bashy fashion says:

    moderation is the key to life. One fact is that it is very sweet so you don't need a lot

  • Deon Van der Westhuizen says:

    And you can smoke it.

  • Video Quoter says:

    Here's where my bullshit meter went off. It's not xx% fructose. It might be x% fructose.

  • Raja Rizwan Mushtaq says:

    Waoo after sometime I have seen talking sense 👍

  • Rodolfo Valencia says:

    Just eat honey, the bees make heaps of it, and don't need all of it. They live for a week or 2, they don't mind. They always make more. But of course, never kill a bee, we need more of them. More sanctuaries. Thank you Morgan Freeman for your hundreds of acres new sanctuary.


    You are so high that you can even talk

  • momo 53664 says:

    Thanks.My dumbass just ate a whole bottle.

  • Gasana Jacques says:

    In my village we goy plenty of them but we don't know that they are useful oh my God

  • Jay oakland says:

    so r there any healthy agaves

  • Herbal Hair Food says:

    are you drunk or high off something

  • kickn-aDead-cat says:

    This year I decided to tap a couple of maple trees in my yard. So far I have about a half a gallon of maple syrup and the season is an over. What’s interesting is that besides being delicious it also seems to be good for your liver according to some articles I’ve read.

  • Yiniva Uribe says:

    Um yea.. everything in excess is bad.

  • Roxanne Haynes says:

    your smoking dope dude!!!!
    look at him he look sick, #get help 🤢🤡
    😈no Mercy 😈

  • Simple Dreaming. Soñando Fácil. TTYL says:

    Hello John. In your previous videos you looked STRONGER.
    Hope everything is ok . 👍

  • Simple Dreaming. Soñando Fácil. TTYL says:

    How about MAPLE SYRUP?

  • Valken says:

    Damn, you look better in 2018 than 2010. You rejuvenated.

  • Quallibur says:


  • Sheila Dang says:

    Please don't jump on this mans band wagon. It's the way agave is being processed that makes it dangerous.

  • Drowned Sword says:

    3:46 Tequila ferments to agave???

  • MARIA SAMMY says:

    Yes agave is not perfect but its still better than using white sugar. If you eat agave sparingly its still a better alternative.

  • MARIA SAMMY says:

    Youre awesome John but way too strict! lol

  • Sequoiah Dreams says:

    i'm pretty sure you have an eating disorder…

  • BroccoliQueefed says:

    John, excuse me, but the test you did….1. You drank agave that was almost clear, not raw. 2. You drank 35 teaspoons of it in one sitting! Who does that? OMg!

  • BroccoliQueefed says:

    Dates, fresh stevia from the plant, maple syrup, coconut sugar. Those are healthy sweeteners if used in moderation.

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