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Old 08-10-2003, 04:38 AM
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Thats right Ted, the only people that can be trusted are the drug lords
producing the healthy chemicals you tell everyone are safe to consume. Man,
you're a real piece of work. You're on Springer next week aren't you?

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Health food "sup0-plements" can't be trusted. They may not evne have





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Old 08-10-2003, 04:41 AM
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But buy anything MONSANTO can throw at you right? Ted, I'd really like to
meet you. You have really sparked my curiousity, along with a few others
here. I can honestly say that of all the Usenet groups I've read in the last
15 or 20 years, this one has the least amount of intelligence in it. Its
almost comical...

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The FACT that health food store "supplements" are all snake oil scams
They are not required to meet ANY standards, are peddled by ignorent
idiots who are a danger to people who buy there crap


"supplement" meand "scam"
"Natural" means "worthless, but we ned a marketing term to push this carp"

and the bucks are so big that they buy enough influence to keep
themselves from all regulation.

LETTECE has to meet standards, and actually contain lettece - If I call
it "Lettece supplements" and sell it at a scam General Nutrition store,
I can merely use green sugar
Ray wrote:
And you base this on?


"Ted Rosenberg" wrote in message
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Health food "sup0-plements" can't be trusted. They may not evne have
ANY of the advertised ingredient in them


Dazey wrote:


Sorry, my mistake. I usually trim the messages, this time I didn't, I


had a

little guy tugging on my sleeve.

Do you know the answer to my question?










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