Beware of journalists using words like “Quack” to discredit other doctors
I recommend if you want to live longer do not trust any journalist who uses the word “Quack” or “Racist” to discredit Medical Doctors or Activists who speak of the dangers of things like MSG, Sodium Fluoride, Aspartame, Splenda and Vaccines… Also I wouldn’t trust references to ” scientific consensus” which basically means damage control doctors for dangerous products released anyway for profit or malpractice (ie eugenics). It should be called “political consensus” because it is rarely based on science when referenced.
EXAMPLE : ASPARTAME – TODAY YOU DRINK IT IN DIET SODA THANKS TO CEO OF COMPANY THAT MADE IT SELECTING THE FDA COMMISIONER – IT IS A GENDER SPECIFIC SOFT KILL WEAPON THAT MOCKS ESTROGEN AND ALTHOUGH LOWER CALORIE MAKES FEMALES LARGER DUE TO ORGAN INFLAMMATION. IT WAS FOUND UNSAFE BY NUMEROUS STUDIES AND WAS PASSED WITH POLITICS NOT SCIENCE.
Originally a failed Ulcer Medicine that was later marketed as an artificial sweetener product. They realized hey this is sweet we can sell it as a sugar alternative. Donald Rumsfield, who was CEO of GD Searle advised using politics to get it passed rather than honest science, Dr. Arthur Hull Hayes, Jr., which was appointed by Rumsfield in 1981 to be the new FDA commissioner in charge of FDA, who ignored Public Inquiry Safety Board tests and over rode several independent studies showing adverse effect such as brain tumors to legalize a poisonous artificial sweetner. It was sold to Monsanto in 1985. After Hayes left the FDA under allegations of impropriety, he was hired as senior medical advisor with Burson-Marsteller, the chief public relations firm for both Monsanto and GD Searle. Today “scientific consensus” calls people that bring this up “Quack”, and it its dangers and history are all documented and easy to prove.