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Originally posted by troubleshooter
Getting all ninety essential nutrients was one part of a successful alternative treatment.
[edit on 8/1/10 by troubleshooter]
Originally posted by TheScribe
I think the article is well done. The author backs up every statement with a link to the article she is citing, which are found in reputable, scientific journals. These journals aren't normals mags; all articles are filtered through a peer reviewal process before being published. What is she saying that is so conspiratorial? I think she is making a great point questioning the effectiveness of vitamins, as many Americans include them in their everyday diet. I agree that, "we should stop treating supplements like health candy and more like prescription meds, to be used only when there's a demonstrated need." Props to her for great research.
Originally posted by Chett
reply to post by TheScribe
Well after climategate peer review and science don't mean much. Of course its better to get the vitamins in natural ways from food, but that is not always an option. (especially if try to eat local as we all really should)