Medical Quackery Guide: Part 1 - Medical Quack Definition and Characteristics
by Jason J. Duke - Owner/Artisan
Fresh Content: August 24, 2022 00:01
A medical quack is a licensed physician who fraudulently practices allopathic medicine or an unlicensed medical fraudster practicing allopathic medicine.
Nowadays, a quack is any licensed or unlicensed doctor, physician, medical practitioner, and any website making false claims spreading medical misinformation and disinformation.
A Quack Uses Anything for Quackery
A quack uses drugs, surgery, and therapies inappropriately, including any government unapproved medical prescriptions. Additionally they wrongly advise using food, diets, nutrition, nutrients, herbal remedies, dietary supplements, and non-medical devices in the treating, preventing, managing, and curing the causes of diseases that have been diagnosed.
A Quack Uses Wrong Science
A medical quack wrongly uses science unethically and illegally to treat, prevent, manage, and cure diseases and health-related conditions by the use of foods, lifestyles, nutrients, medicinal herbs, and supplements.
In contrast, foods, nutrients, medicinal herbs, and dietary supplements can be used by anyone to support, maintain and promote health, wellness, and well-being.
Quack Turn Food, Herbs, and Supplements Into Quack Medicine
Drugs intervene in the causes of disease, whereas foods, medicinal herbs, and nutrient supplements work to heal the body with biochemistry. Using foods, dieting, vitamins, minerals, and herbs to treat diseases and conditions is liable to be iatrogenic just like drugs, in that they will have unintended effects that cause suffering from their use to treat a disease or condition.
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