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Originally posted by fraterormus
General Mills simply shouldn't be able to peddle their Food as a Drug either.
Originally posted by ravenshadow13
If something can lower health problems like high cholesterol, that means it's technically a drug. In order for it to be marketed as such, it needs to be tested in trials by the FDA to show that it actually does these things and has no horrible risks.
Originally posted by imd12c4funn
This type of public hazard could snowball across all product lines and others may begin claiming benefits of products that only pill producing pharma whores are capable of.
I would technically be correct because when blood is let from the human system, any of these invaders cruising your blood stream are expelled as it is in the blood.
Therefor, any loss of blood is reducing the amount of infection in the body.
This logic is proven.
What is not disclosed is that the infection that is removed via blood letting has no healing value whatsoever.
ok back to reality...ummm....reality....FDA....I'm sorry but I cannot use reality and FDA in the same sentence.
Originally posted by MysterE
I heard that Lucky Charms is also being scoulded since that are yet to produce any viable data to support the claim that they are Magically delicious. Extensive testing at JPL have proven beyond a reasonable doubt that they are artifically delicious.
Real science? IT MUST BE GOOD!
No Gimmick . . . Just Real Science!
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