Re: Health Journal: The case against vitamins
This is difficult to read because I am aware that every sentence, for least the first twenty, contains an error. Which begs the question, who is Tara Parker-Pope, and why is she lying? Does she really work for the Wall Street Journal, and if so, what has happened to their "fact checkers?" (A cursory search would have found the initial false new reports regarding these studies, e.g. beta carotene and lung cancer, but not the later FACT that the news reports were found to be invalid.)
So again, we see the Big Lie in action - to the detriment of the public health, but coincidentally, to the economic benefit of those that profit from ill health. Now, who could that be?
Here is an assignment for our clever forum members. See if someone can find a single sentence that is either not a lie or completely factual!
Owen R. Fonorow, Orthomolecular Naturopath
My statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. Any product mentioned is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.”