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Public isn’t buying lamestream media’s contrived attack on multivitamins

by PF Louis, Natural News:

Once again, the lamestream media habit of completely accepting commentary from mainstream medical “authorities” has resurfaced as part of an anti-supplement campaign. Recently, they’ve take a fistful of press releases from medical mafia agents to attack multivitamins, most other vitamins, herbs and Dr. Linus Pauling.

The smear campaign’s major contributors were The Week, Time Magazine, The New York Times and England’s The Guardian. Here’s the title from The Week: “How the vitamin industrial complex swindled America: Blame money, politics, and a flawed genius named Linus Pauling.”

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3 comments to Public isn’t buying lamestream media’s contrived attack on multivitamins

  • AC

    Are you going to believe a genius chemist, or a bunch of media prostitutes?

  • Troy

    Multi-vitamins are for the most part, highly toxic and full of synthetic chemical copy’s of real vitamins…so, actually they are correct. The best way to get all your nutrition is to eat whole organic foods. Energy Essentials “Caties Greens” “Caties Vitamin-C”, and Beach Body “Shakelogy” are two products that I use. They are powdered form of the most nutritious plants on earth. And to get your minerals, you should add a teaspoon of Himalayan salt to a gallon of your drinking water. Also eat flax seeds, and soaked in water chia seeds. I also take organic turmeric a few times a week in gel caps…cause it tastes bad. Raw organic garlic is great also. I eat mostly all organic foods…and don’t forget to eat an organic apple or two everyday. Bragg apple cider vinegar added to drinking water is great also…small amount, cause it also does not go down good, very strong.

    • jonathan

      If you get quality natural sourced vitamins they are not toxic or synthetic and unless you have your own garden or farm your food the nutrients in your food have degraded by time you eat it everyone should take vitamins just take high quality ones.

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