Monthly Archives: January 2011

The Vitamin D Controversy

Many of my patients have raised concerns about the levels of vitamin D supplement they are taking because of the Institute of Medicine report about vitamin D.   The Alliance for Natural Health has a response to their concerns.  The Alliance … Continue reading

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Concerned about chemicals in your child’s school?

Robina Suwol, of California Safe Schools, describes how she became involved in the issue of pesticides in schools.  She has been an untiring advocate for the Precautionary Principle and the Right to Know.  Check out this video she made with … Continue reading

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FDA is Anti Health

The FDA has ruled that small pharmacies now are not allowed to make or distribute injectable vitamin C.  The only possible reason for this is that this substance is not patentable and so no drug company can make money on it. Read … Continue reading

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More Worries about Codex

Codex Alimentarius is a set of laws that isbeing proposed in Europe and isclose to being accepted.  Do you like going to the store to get whatever level of Vitamin C you believe you need?  You would not be allowed … Continue reading

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