THE LINK DIRECTLY BELOW LEADS TO THE ORIGINAL NEW YORK TIMES ARTICLE. ONCE YOU READ IT LISTEN TO DR. WALD'S REBUTTAL! YOU WILL NEVER THINK THE SAME ABOUT USING VITAMIN SUPPLEMENTS.
The New York Times just came out with two stories that strongly deny any benefit of the use of nutritional supplements. Dr. Wald will review every major point contained within these articles. According to Dr. Wald, "Well there you have it! I am not undeniably convinced that there is an actual conspiracy regarding the use of vitamins and the medical profession"! Furthermore, Dr. Wald explains, "I know this because it is a very simple thing for a health professional to search one of the two large data bases that contain all of the proof and research...proof that supplements do in fact help to prevent and treat countless disease processes. The naysayers count on the fact that most of the American public is ignorant of the science and facts that support the use of nutritional supplements and bank on their belief that the average person is simply not smart enough to know the difference between the truth and lies". Join Dr. Michael Wald, The BloodDetective, as he takes on every major point regarding those that says supplements do not work and those that know they do. Dr. Wald is the supervisor of nutrition at Integrated Nutrition of Mount Kisco. Dr. Wald can be reached at: 914-552-1442/website: www.IntegratedNutritionNY.com/email: info@BloodDetective.com