In the last few weeks I've seen some behavior that I find worrisome. I have developed some real reservations about some of what happens on the site.
I've seen people who are showing signs of eat disorders being encouraged to fast.
I've seen people who are losing hair and having sleep problems being coached to lift weights more often and at higher-rep ranges.
I see people suggesting Keto-dieting to people who are asking questions about low-thyroid.
I know "Caveat Emptor" applies to any sort of Life Hack but some of what I've seen strikes me as possibly dangerous.
When you answer someone's question do you look at their previous questions? Do you ask questions before telling them to do your favorite Hack? Do you care if someone gets hurt screwing around with things they shouldn't or are we so interested in pushing the boundaries and experimenting that we are willing to risk our, or other peoples lives for the sake of 1% more? When does the community cross the line into behavior that's really unethical or is it the nature of the site to just not sweat it and let the buyer-beware?
EDIT - Removed snarky comment about Jack Kruse. I meant every word but he wasn't the point of the post.