Dietary Supplements are 100% Regulated by Jason J. Duke
September 1, 2019 16:32 2 Comments
Dietary Supplement Regulation †
Widespread Dietary Supplement Regulation Confusion
Although dietary supplements are commonly used ^ for health ^, many people, including doctors, ^ are confused about their use and regulation ^. See how academia, doctors, journalists and search engines 'believe' the farce they create ^!
Search Engines Often Rank Dangerous and Misleading Medical Fraud for Dietary Supplements
One common dietary supplement ^ has dangerous and misleading ^ medically oriented information ^ so that affiliate ^ advertising traffic ^ can direct search engine users ^ on how to improve their diseases ^, and treat ^ their conditions ^, while being marketed as a fake drug, with fake drug side effects and fake dietary interactions ^.
Medical Pharmaceutical Fraud Is Often Confused for Nutrition
A medical fraud website promotes dietary supplements as though they are drugs and falsely makes claims nutrition works like illegal and controversial pharmaceutical drug treatments ^. Deceptive medical promotion of dietary supplements and nutrition is violation of FTC truth-in-advertising law ^.
Search Engines Promote Medical Conjecture in Place of Dietary Supplement Education.
Many times a medical nutrition fraud website writer ^ will state non-consensus medical conjecture that supplements can damage your health, promote illness and have drug side effects and not have have drug side effects at the same time, ^ while ^ making money ^!
Avoid Clickbait Headlines that Promote Drug Use for Health and Well-being
Which One is It? Drugs or Dietary Supplements?
A Pharmacy Professor Can't Tell The Difference Between Drugs and Supplements
A pharmacy professor, who mentions the FDA is failing to regulate drugs in the food supply ^, is ignorant ^ of dietary supplement law ^, He wrongly claims no medical conflicts of interest and suggests that medical professionals break the law by recommending dietary supplements to patients for disease mitigation, treatment, prevention and possibly cure ^.
The Government Falsely Believes People Need Protection from Dietary Supplements
Lunatic journalists spin propaganda that dietary supplements kill people ^ while their state government attempts to restrict the use of dietary supplements ^, but will continue to allow the cover-the-counter ^ worthless and fraudulent promotion of drugs ^ that kill people to be freely accessible ^.
Be Careful of Medical Quackery!
Prepare for the Polarized Clickbait Propaganda Spin
A medically certified ^ medical fraud website loaded with ^ medical quacks ^ publishes contradictory clickbait that fat metabolism supplements have dangerous drug side effects with no evidence that they work ^, yet they also claim that they are proven to work with drug side effects ^.
Medical Propaganda is Created to Confuse You About Dietary Supplements Being Responsible for Healthcare Deficiencies and Medical Risks
The FDA ^ and a medically sponsored clinic confusingly say that because food nutrients and dietary supplements have strong health benefits that they are also harmful, when they spin propaganda that confuse harm from dietary supplements ^ with deficiencies in healthcare ^ and medical errors from surgery and drugs that kill, injure and maim tens to hundreds of thousands of people every year ^.
Read All About It! Biomedical Drug Quacks Prove Nothing Once Again!
Ineffective studies are used by incompetent researchers who waste government funds ^ so that a biomedical drug institute can financially support ^ journalists to spin biomedical drug propaganda ^ and disseminate scientific medical fraud ^ that they proved nutrients do not treat and prevent conditions so that they can falsely conclude nutrients do not promote health ^.
Learn More About the Truth of Dietary Supplements and Health Education Regulation
What is Quackery?
Medical quackery is medical fraud which is fake and unauthorized medical healthcare practice! ^ And many people, such as doctors, medical professionals, government institutions, online journalists, and search engines, all together promote widespread medical quackery concerning dietary supplements ^.
Doctors Commonly Practice Medical Fraud by Blaming Dietary Supplement Regulation for Their Medical Ignorance
Ignorant and speculative ^ journalists report the beliefs of quack doctors as though they are scientific facts, for example, that dietary supplements cause acute liver injury after they are taken for several months to justify dietary supplement regulation ^ when, in fact, the liver injury may have been more likely due to poor nutrition and poor dietary choices ^.
False Reporting by Journalists Promote Medical Conspiracies about Dietary Supplements Harming People to Justify Theories Concerning a Lack of Supplement Regulation
Harm from dietary supplements ^ "is usually unknown or can only be suspected" ^ since research shows that liver injury caused by dietary supplements is unconfirmed and unclear with no specifically known mechanisms of action ^. Medical fraud is based on intuitive fake-science beliefs of dumb doctors; ^ in other words, medical fraud promotes harmful conspiracy theories, while ignoring analytical science, which negatively impacts personal health and appropriate dietary supplement use ^.
Confusing Monetarily Biased Reporting Claims Dietary Supplements Don't Do Anything Except Harm and Kill You!
Journalists ^ with obvious biotech conflicts of interests ^ and a deleted fake news column ^ wrongly claim nutrients from supplements don't do much ^ except that they be blamed as the cause of harm and death ^ without a necessary burden of proof that they do cause harm or death from reasonable use ^.
Medical Fraud and Nutrition Disinformation is No Laughing Matter
Your doctor is dumb about food, nutrition and dietary supplements; they are not educated in nutrition ^. And they actually admit that they are nutritionally confused about food and dietary supplements, due to conflicting biomedical science ^.
Dumb Doctors Demand Drug Regulation for Dietary Supplements
Feel free to laugh at the dumb arrogant doctors and biased medical drug lawyers who can only inject their suspicions ^ about the possibility that dietary supplements cause harm ^ so that they may confuse drug regulation and approval with dietary supplement regulation due to their convoluted logic of "the loophole that swallowed the law" because "it wasn't really a loophole." ^
Big Pharma Projects Their Lacking Drug Regulation Which is Killing People onto Dietary Supplements by Using Dumb Doctors and Lawyers.
They project their demands of increased dietary supplement regulation because of easily accessible drugs due to poor drug regulation. Using sophisticated anecdotal evidence and hearsay for their nutrition science ^, and an "extremely unbalanced medical education" ^ doctors wrongly need government drug regulation to know how people should eat and supplement their health ^!
Does Big Pharma Make Fraudulent Dietary Supplements?
The mega-companies of big pharma produce supplements alongside their drugs ^. Is this a reason why a quack doctor ^, who wrongly think fruits ^ prevent cancer ^, touches on an interesting topic about how some dietary supplements are fraudulent ^ which may be produced by large companies ^ with substituted ingredients ^ and sold in ^ major retail outlets ^.
Beware of Dumb Doctors Who are Clueless about Nutrition Because Nutrition is Not Related to Biomedical Drug Research
Ignorant and biased university quacks still haven't figured out how nutrition works and that nutrition doesn't prevent and treat disease ^ and they join dumb doctors who say they need clinical drug trials and National Institutes of Nutrition ^ to learn what we already know about food and supplement nutrition ^ because their National Institutes of Health (NIH) is not about nutritional health education, but instead about biomedical drug research ^.
Perhaps These Medical Quacks Edit Biomedical Scientific Fraud Into Wikipedia
Indeed, the online Wikipedia page for human nutrition ^ is a cluster of unreliable biomedical scientific fraud ^ and unverified medical quackery ^ which has it's "health information" routinely reviewed by conflicting interests, such as doctors from the NIH ^.
Seriously! You Cannot Make This Stuff Up!
Why Are So Many People Confused?
Search Engines Promote Confusing Disinformation with Ranking Biases
Google adjusts various search results ^ based on opinion, corporate big-business agendas, and profit ^, but algorithms are only as good as the information available to them, the engineers who program them, and the discretion of the people who use their outcomes ^.
Search Engines Define Nutrients From Food and Supplements and Bodily Structures and Functions Using Confusing Biomedical Jargon
Search engines fuel the “War on Gobbledygook” ^ by using medicalese ^ for search query results performed on non-medical searches ^, by surfacing results that are incomprehensible biomedical gibberish, ^ as a specialized jargon to confuse, diminish, and damage the general public's interest ^ in scientific non-medical understanding of food and supplement health education ^.
Search Engines Are a Medical Product That Freely Distributes Non-Consensus Medical Fraud
Search engines are a fraudulent medical industry product ^ with widespread medical industry dissension ^ and non-consensus ^ selective medically biased nutrition ^ 'quackery' ^ conjecture ^. Search engines freely distribute the misinformation that they fight ^, by purposefully spreading contradictory search query results ^ and highlighting contradictory medical information as directly relevant for non-medical health related searches ^.
Are Search Engines Dumb or Are They Doing Medical Fraud on Purpose?
Perhaps there is widespread dangerous medical fraud on search engines because language processing by artificial intelligence can't derive the meaning of what is written ^. Or perhaps, "The use of code as a surrogate for law may mean that certain public goods or moral values once protected by law will now be ignored or compromised by those by those who develop or utilize this code" ^.
Big Tech's Conflicts of Interests to Promote Medical Fraud with Government Assistance and the Manipulation of Academia
With medical bias ^ and big-business conflicts of interests ^, along with disinformation ^, the tech industry has deceptively partnered with the US government ^ and the Department of Defense (DoD) to manipulate academia to avoid existing medical industry regulation ^, with their medically ^ conflicted ^ employees ^, and Artificial Intelligence (AI) DeepMind Health ^ team ^, who falsely categorize health education to promote medical fraud with medically biased algorithms ^, that include the use of personal medical data, which is deceptively called health data ^, to ensure privatized medical industry interests are protected ^ so that health ^ and wellbeing ^ are wrongly included by the definition of biomedical ^.
Google Employees Openly Participate in Medical Fraud Algorithms
One Google engineer says that "medical terms are close to my heart" while suggesting carrot juice cures cancer ^! A Google spam fighter claims to know about medical fraud, but suggests that it is only spammy slang ^. Indeed, Google says that they actively analyze and rank medical fraud concerning dietary supplements with the assistance of medical industry 'quacks' ^. Dietary supplements are considered healthcare and pharmacy in Google advertising ^ and Microsoft advertising policies ^. Search engines have also partnered with third-party websites ^ concerning irrelevant dietary supplement certifications ^ that confusingly mix drugs, dietary supplements, and nutrients from foods together ^.
Clueless Search Engine Optimzation (SEO) Experts and a Search Engine CEO Guide Their Search Industry to Promote Medical Fraud
Search Engine Optimization (SEO) industry experts are able to track the ranking of 'quacks' within the algorithms prepared by Google ^. They notice that fraudulent medical nutritional websites ^, which they mistakenly believe is an industry of "natural medicine" ^, needs scientific sources for unapproved medical use of nutritional supplements ^ that can be somehow approved through expertise, authority and trust ^.
Quack Proof of a Possible Medical Drug and Treatment is Not the Same as Approved Medical Drugs and Treatments
SEOs believe ^; allopathic quack medical pharmaceutical fraud of food nutrients and supplements ^ has the possibility to be substantiated by strong research ^. Even the ^ CEO of a search engine ^ suggests that scientific proof is all that is necessary to quack medical fraud ^, instead of simply using accepted and approved methods of licensure for medical practice ^ by the ^ FDA ^ ! Health fraud with unapproved medical products, devices and drugs, by licensed and unlicensed individuals ^, is readily known to government agencies, so talk to your doctor ^.
Google Patents are Transparent About How They Associate Medical Information with Health Education
Google may use algorithmic patents to rank scientific medical fraud written ^ and promoted by medical quacks and unlicensed individuals as though this information is representative of health education ^.
Bad Actors Abound Throughout the Internet to Confuse and Manipulate Vulnerable People
Other people and organizations also manipulatively use SEO, used in ranking search queries and social media exposure, ^ to play games with the algorithm ^ for filling data voids ^ that exploit missing informational content ^, whereby corrupting the context of keywords and phrasing ^ and in polarizing agendas that result in disinformation ^.
SEO Industry Disinformation is Created on Purpose to Deceive Users
SEO industry leaders ^ promote pseudoscience 'quackery' about search rankings ^ as complex to enforce their own biased opinions and to preserve marketing agendas ^. Purposeful SEO manipulation ^ exacerbates disinformation, known as spam, ^ sometimes through hired trolls ^ who spread false and confusing content ^.
Defend Against Disinformation with Media Literacy
Be Careful of Internet Health Disinformation †
Disinformation Blocks Health Education and Dietary Supplements
Indeed, as algorithmic problems amplify ^ learned ^ biases ^ beyond data science limitations ^, Google fights against disinformation and misleading results in their search ^, such as mixing together dietary supplement health research ^ with unapproved drug disease treatment study conclusions ^; evidence that dietary supplements do not work for the prevention and treatment of diseases ^.
Dietary Supplement Research Contradictions and Medical Ignorance
Biased organizations label food and dietary supplement nutrients as drugs ^ and medical health doctors are ignorant of how to study food and dietary factors ^, due to inadequate nutrition education ^; to the extent of excluding precisely controlled lab rat studies for nutrient science ^ and dietary supplement research in their study conclusions concerning health ^. Some deluded research scientists believe nutrients from food and dietary supplements are dangerous unregulated drugs requiring drug approval ^.
Biased Journalism for Marketing Fake 'Food Drugs' As Dietary Supplements
Biased medical journalism requires that common food nutrients and dietary supplements must be subject to clinical trials for disease treatment and prevention ^, while falsely marketing drugs as food nutrients and dietary supplements ^.
Much More Common is Medical Websites Turning Food and Supplements Into Fake Drugs
Quackery Website Projects Their Own Medical Fraud as More Reliable
While further discussing probiotics ^ as hyped up ^ drugs ^, a medical fraud website says that a study confirms that they promote ^ along with over 150 other websites, reliable dietary supplement fraud which is prioritized in Google search results ^; they suggest that your healthcare practitioner is the most trusted source for medical dietary supplement drug fraud ^.
Biomedical Studies Used as a Scientific Consensus Fraud to Promote Food and Supplements as Unapproved Medical Drugs
Interestingly, while mentioning distrust of medical experts, the above cited study promotes medical drug fraud as health literacy by using probiotics as medical disease treatments ^; a recursive proof that they are an online source of scientific consensus fraud ^.
Big Pharma Uses Search Engines to Promote Medical Dietary Supplement Fraud
Indeed these highly ^ ranked ^ and commonly ^ found ^ medical drug websites ^ about dietary supplement medical 'quackery' fraud are deemed accurate, expert, authoritative and trustworthy by Google's search quality evaluators ^. Medical doctors recommend avoiding many online sources containing medical information since they are "...funded by pharmaceutical sources" ^.
Search Engines are the 'Quack Doctor' of Choice for All Kinds of Medical Fraud
Many people using search engines prefer to make very important trusted decisions using non-consensus allopathic medical fraud websites over 'natural' medical fraud websites ^ for self-research and self-diagnoses of diseases and conditions ^ through a strategically ^ search engine guided ^ 'patient journey' ^, even when it may unknowingly be wrong ^.
Superfoods are Not Medical "Food Drugs" for Preventing or Treating Disease
Nutrient dense foods are called ^ 'superfoods' ^. Amusingly, superfoods are only poorly defined to university nutrition 'quacks' who don't know how food works on a molecular level concerning structure and function health benefits ^. Indeed, according to meaningless journalism, superfoods must wrongly have a medical definition to support health and well-being ^.
How Dumb is Your Doctor About Food and Supplements?
Some dumb doctors promote the idea that eating superfoods means eating only one food to the exclusion of all others ^. Ignorant journalists and dumb doctors promote medical fraud by thinking that ^ vitamin C's properties for 'immune support' mean that it prevents and treats the flu and common cold ^ while hospitals prescribe vitamin C as a "drug" ^!
The Medical Profession Freely Admits Their Non-Consensus Nutritional Fraud.
Indeed, allopathic certified medical nutrition professionals are contradictory, dumb and ignorant ^, since "the medical profession still doesn't know exactly how to influence the immune system...," ^ with nutrient science of foods and supplements ^, but similarly certified medical nutrition professionals ^ quack contradictory scientific fraud that an immune system 'boost' ^ will falsely give you a overactive medical condition ^. One need to look no further for non-consensus dietary medical conjecture ^!
Quackity, quack, quack! Quacks consulting quacks!
One quack expert questions if nutrient benefits are 'real'. Because doctors with a rudimentary nutrition education are dumb about nutrition ^, they are best partnering with contradictory, dumb and ignorant certified medical nutrition professionals who write conflicting non-consensus information on the internet ^.
Dietary Supplement Regulation Myths are Combined with Misinformation
Just because online platforms sell fake supplements doesn't mean that dietary supplements are not regulated ^. Convoluted medical misinformation promoted by ignorant critics promotes the idea of a lightly regulated ^ or unregulated dietary supplement industry that is a myth which has been busted by the government agencies who regulate it ^.
What is Real?
Do Dietary Supplements Need Approval to Be Healthy? †
Dietary Supplements Do Not Need Approval by the FDA to Be Healthy.
Avoid Health Fraud Scams!
The internet is full of disinformation and medical quackery about dietary supplements ^ as quick-fixes for curing, treating, and preventing disease, as well as being falsely approved as drugs to diagnose, cure, treat, and prevent disease ^.
Dietary Supplements vs. Pharmaceutical Drugs †
Dietary Supplements are Safe, whereas Drugs Cause Harm
Drugs Must Be Clinically Trialled for FDA Approval
The Federal Food Drug and Cosmetic Act (FFDCA, 1938)
Drug consumption elicits adverse reactions, side-effects, and interactions with foods and supplements which can harm and kill people; which is why the FFDCA was passed in 1938 to ensure drug safety through testing and medical pharmaceutical regulation ^.
Dietary Supplements are Safe
Dietary supplements, consumed responsibly, are safe and necessary to promote a healthy diet, daily performance and general well-being ^. Taking them as a meal replacement is ill advised since they do not contain a complete spectrum of nutrition that includes protein, fats, vitamins and minerals which are essential to the functioning and maintenance of the human body ^.
What are Dietary Supplements? †
Dietary Supplements Are Not Drugs!
Dietary supplements are nutrient dense non-caloric or very low calorie food like vitamins, minerals, herbs and concentrated food extractions. They often have a broad range of benefits that are intended to supplement the diet with additional nutrition, since they are generally taken with meals ^.
Dietary Supplement Health and Education Act (DSHEA, 1994)
The FFDCA (1938) was further amended by congress in 1994 ^ because of journalistic and medical charlatans ^ who wreck damage on the health education of foods and dietary supplements by disseminating medical drug quackery as though food and supplements treat and prevent disease, have side-effects and are responsible for dietary interactions ^.
Dietary Supplements and Health Education Are Not Property of the Medical Industry
DSHEA (1994) is a regulatory anti-censorship law that clearly defines dietary supplements ^, while also protecting health information and preventing them from becoming unapproved pharmaceutical drugs under the privatized regulation and control of the medical health-care establishment ^.
Dietary Supplements are About Nutrient Density †
Dietary Supplements Are Nutritive
Specifically, they maintain and promote health ^ as food without the calories. Dietary Supplements are concentrated sources of nutrients ^ that support bodily functioning and performance, invigorate well-being and vitality, and promote adaptive stress resistance.
Some Nutrients May Reduce Disease Risk
Nutrition for Healthy Performance
Dietary Supplement Research for Self-improvement
Confusing dietary supplements with drug treatments is a mistake so, get ready to discern between ^, miracle quick-fixes that are full of meaningless medical jargon, false medical or drug disease treatment disinformation and misleading health information ^, instead recognize truthful health information about how various nutrients support the structural integrity and functional performance of the body ^.
A Savvy Researcher of Supplements †
Be Skeptical of All Websites
Confusingly, even the government's own websites falsely compare dietary supplements to drugs and discuss their roles in the treatment and prevention of medical conditions ^. So, the government's own websites and documentation are unreliable since they ^ combine exaggerated and unrealistic information ^ about dietary-supplements, health-information ^, drug-disease-treatment, and medical-information together ^.
Journalistic Sources Create Confusing and Inaccurate Information
Biased journalism questions eating foods and taking supplements as a scam ^ that is risky ^, with falsely attributed reactions that kill people ^. Inaccurate journalism uses selectively biased science and difficult to understand 'quack' thinking from certified medical professionals ^ who are untrained in food nutrition and supplements on health ^. Confusingly, written journalism questions food and supplements as though they are not food, do not work, and are a scam ^, but instead reports them as unproven drugs ^ that help treat ^ or do not treat diseases and conditions ^ while encouraging distressed people to skip a doctor visit ^ and quoting medical 'quacks' and medical sources ^ who ignorantly question the health benefits of nutrients from supplements ^.
Avoid Dietary Supplement Health Misinformation That Compares Them to Risky and Poisonous Drugs
Many dietary supplements have clean safety histories and many benefits ^ for health with little toxicity ^, but some official sources question their safety and efficacy ^ as 'naturally' ^ unsafe and unproven drugs with drug interactions ^ that are ineffective disease treatments ^ which are poisonous ^.
Food and Dietary Supplements Are Not 'Natural Drugs' For Treating Disease
Their own government study finds the use of dietary supplements controversial ^, but the same study shows that they are not harmful when used reasonably, nor are they effective for treating and preventing disease ^.
Journalists and Researchers Confuse Drug Dealers with Dietary Supplement Sellers
Uninformed researchers will make mistaken claims that ^ unapproved new drugs ^ are dietary supplements, because of unscrupulous drug dealers, ^ and further suggest that more FDA regulation for dietary supplements is required to stop drug dealers from selling unapproved new drugs as dietary supplements ^ when FDA drug regulation already exist.
Many Who Write About Dietary Supplements Do Not Know Enough About Dietary Supplements
- Falsely claiming caffeine as being a dangerous drug ^.
- The herb chaparral falsely cures cancer and is a cause of death ^.
- Not differentiating poisonous unprocessed aconite with safe processed aconite ^.
- Comparing a specific constituent derived from the herb yohimbe for disease treatment with the herb itself ^.
- They even believe that a dietary supplement made from commonly used green tea damages the body and causes death as if it was a drug ^, even though a well studied analysis states that "the cause of injury due to [green tea extract] is not known ^."
Dietary Supplement Fake News Agenda †
Dietary Supplement Fake News Health Misinformation Is Written to Be Scary
Exaggerated Research Falsely Concludes Adverse Drug Effects Concerning Dietary Supplements
A dubious website entry ^ and doctoral research make exaggerated conclusions about dietary supplements from limited information concerning a very small amount of emergency department visits where they falsely claim dietary supplements have adverse effects ^ from possible irresponsible lifestyle choices made by patients who were also taking weight-loss and energy supplements ^.
Dietary Supplements Do Not Have Drug Side Effects or Adverse Effects
Ignorant website entries ^, confusing government websites ^ and biased organizations, who cannot read information correctly, wrongly advise that dietary supplements have drug side effects and adverse effects ^, instead of appropriately informing the public that reactions and adverse events may occur from dietary supplements ^; choose and take dietary supplements wisely and report any problems to your doctor ^.
Fictitious Arguments to Promote Contradictions for Confusion
Another Confusing Contradiction About How Supplements Work and Do Not Work At the Same Time
They deceitfully promote dietary supplements as natural cures ^ namely, that they "are as potent as certain prescription drugs," ^ yet, at the same time, they claim they do not have any health benefits ^.
Are We Confused Yet?
Wait, what...? How About One More Contradiction?
These fake news ^ journalistic sources deceptively appear to be supporting the health and wellbeing of the consumer while falsely reporting that a food prevents disease ^, but a dietary supplement made from that food does not treat disease ^.
Medical Drug Quackery Merry-Go-Round
These same unethical journalists will intentionally mislead the general public that medical 'quacks', using snake oil and unapproved drug treatments that make people sick are promoting health with food and dietary supplements ^.
Be Careful of Scary Government Supported Medical Propaganda
A government institution deletes ^ and releases contradictory dietary supplement information, through cleverly written propaganda that also misleads by omission, false claims of serious drug side-effects ^, whereas the dietary supplement is non-toxic when used reasonably ^.
Now You are Becoming Aware of the Fake News Tricks
Deceptive journalism will recommend unreliable government websites for consumer information and claim that dietary supplements are useless, a waste of money, similar to dangerous ^, contaminated ^, counterfeited drugs ^ with side-effects ^ and, all at the same time, will somehow make you healthier with 'disease benefits' ^.
Research Health Benefits, Not 'Disease Benefits'
Dietary supplements support health and may reduce disease risk ^, regardless how the conflict of interest medical 'quack' doctors ^ define 'nutritional support' as drug treatments with 'disease benefits' ^.
Distinguish Legit-Info From Disinfo †
Avoid Learning About Drug and Disease Effectiveness for Dietary Supplements
Conducting scientific research on dietary supplements ^, including their roles in disease treatment and prevention or lack thereof ^ does not necessarily imply that they are either effective or ineffective in treating or preventing diseases or conditions ^.
Health Through Nutrition is Not Synonymous With 'Drug Disease Treatments'
Unlike drug disease treatments, health through nutrition does not require definitive scientific proof or FDA approval through human clinical trials. Instead, nutritional health uses observational studies that show the structure and function of nutritional biochemistry ^. Yet, these inferior medical journal observational studies are deemed appropriate for medical fraud ^.
The Broad Actions of Health Through Nutrition Can Not Be Specifically Proven by the 'Quack' Medical Professionals
The unknowing and uninformed favoritism of some sources of information to combine medical experimentation for specific diseases with the broad actions of nutritional biochemistry research together is very challenging, confounding, and unpractical ^.
Quack Alert! Can the Cause of the Problem of Health be Proven? Is Health a Problem?
Unfortunately, experienced research scientists and quack doctors ^ confuse studies of observational health ^ with irrelevant disease prevention and treatment clinical trials ^ in an attempt to definitively prove the cause of the problem of health through nutritional supplementation ^.
Be Wise and Seek Nutritional Support Information for Your Health
Dietary supplements, through the knowledge of nutritional biochemistry, are meant to be used as supplemental nutrition in one's diet in order to improve and maintain healthy well-being and performance.