Stress can maim, even kill. People who work under tremendous pressure get sick more often. They’re human time bombs waiting to explode.
Department of Justice enters war against dietary supplements
What is happening here is part of the Department of Justice’s clamp down on dietary supplement companies that do business online. Cloaked as a consumer protection plan, in reality, the online supplement industry is being dismantled one vendor at a time. New online supplement companies are scrambling to find merchant account services that will accept their business.
William Faloon, April 2009
Near the end of 2008, the media ran headline news stories claiming that vitamins C, D, and E do not prevent heart attack, stroke, or breast cancer. Within five days, we posted a rebuttal on the home page of our website.
Susan Perry | 10/15/15
In 2007, Americans spent $14.8 billion of their own money on dietary supplements.
Citzens for Health, 5 Nov. 2015
Big Names; Big Mistakes, Consumers Misled by Supplement Bashing
Dr. Geller, October 15, 2015
Dietary supplements, such as herbal or complementary nutritional products and micronutrients (vitamins and minerals), are commonly used in the United States, yet national data on adverse effects are limited.