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The Five Types of Multivitamins

The Five Types of Multivitamins

We do not suggest taking ANY multivitamin because studies are showing that they are not helpful and can actually be harmful. Almost one-third of all Americans take multivitamins and yet the nutrient-packed pills continue to be gravely misunderstood. This article is meant to clear up the fog regarding the process by which different types of multivitamins are made and the resulting effects on the body. Not all multivitamins are synthetic but they are all made in labs to some degree. What's In A Multivitamin Multivitamin is a loose term as it does not have a singular definitive meaning. For example, you may have...

Mar 04, 2018 0 comments

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Why Centrum?

CentrumI bring up several companies but the main one is Pfizer with their multivitamin Centrum. Here's why:1. Centrum is full of toxins (see articles 1, 4-7).2. Centrum is the number one selling multivitamin in the U.S.3. All grocery stores, drug stores, and general stores copy Centrum's ingredients for their own multivitamin.*4. Millions of Americans are paying money to consume known toxins. And health professionals, reviewers, and respected organizations are promoting it (see articles 1-3).   *Store brand multivitamins are collectively the most popular type of multivitamin. Most store brand companies became so popular by copying the ingredients of the #1 Selling Multivitamin Brand on the market (Centrum)....

Jan 16, 2018 0 comments

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Key Terms

Key Terms:Dietary Supplement(s) and Supplement(s): For the purpose of these articles, this refers to multivitamins unless otherwise stated.Heavy Metals: Metals that are non-beneficial and/or known to be toxic to humans such as nickel, aluminum, and tin.Toxin: Here are some examples of what myself and the U.S. Government consider toxins: lead, asbestos, nickel, talc, mercury, formaldehyde, trans fats, sodium metavanadate, and aluminum. (5-6 of them are in Centrum.)Store Brand: They are almost all modeled after Centrum and are very popular.

Jan 16, 2018 0 comments

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What is "DFE"?

Dietary Folate Equivalent¬†(DFE) In this article, I will attempt to explain Dietary Folate Equivalents (DFE) and I will ask why the FDA permits its existence. I will be putting "DFE" into quotes because I think it is a sham concept designed to make certain companies money. While I have spent many hours trying to find an explanation as to why "DFE" was allowed to exist, I really do not understand the decision that the FDA made regarding labeling. It is important to understand ‚ÄúDFE‚ÄĚ because it¬†helps paint a clearer picture of the FDA, labeling, Big Pharma, and how they love...

Dec 12, 2017 0 comments

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Refuting Arguments

"The Dosages Are Too Low To Harm Us" A completely empty statement. Health products should never have to be clarified by the phrase, “the doses are too low to harm you." One exception that comes to mind is the addition of fluoride into toothpaste and mouthwash. I will briefly compare the toxin known as fluoride with the toxins found in multivitamins. Fluoride is known to be a toxin in higher doses; this is why products that contain Fluoride always warn us against swallowing them. Fluoride is added to toothpaste and mouthwash because it is generally accepted to have benefits to our...

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