I posted this in your last shitty shill thread, but I'll do it again here.
First of all, he was (and is apparently) an alcoholic at the time of the first movie which he has flat out admitted to, which meant a lot of his health issues he blamed on McDonalds probably had more to do with his drinking. His liver issues, mood swings, and weight gain all point to his alcohol use. Furthermore, a group of scientist in Sweden tested a 6,000 calorie diet of fast food and the first and second batch of test subjects yielded none of the results. Spurlock also never released any of his data logs, meaning there's no credible data suggesting he in fact followed his own rules and actually went about doing things the way he claimed he did. He also didn't eat a normal diet if he ate what he claimed. He claimed to consume 6,000 calories a day, something that would make ANYONE become a disgusting shit even if they were eating 6,000 calories in lean protein and broccoli. If you eat 6,000 cals with no physical activity, you're going to gain weight, but this guy was doing it with soda, fries, burgers and ice cream. What does that prove? That if you eat like you're trying to die, you might die? It's just bad science. Also, no one in their right mind thinks fast food is healthy or an appropriate diet choice, but Spurlock loves to shit all over poor people for trying to feed their families in any way they know how.
But really, how did you fall for this? A not-scientist makes a not-scientific documentary about being a fat shit and trying to die via fastfood just to vilify people with no other choice or hell, even people who want to eat a big mac?