Royal Jelly what is it? Is it another superfood scam? Why do Matt Monarch and David Wolfe sell it? Is royal jelly ethical? Does Royal jelly give you a bloate...
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Informative - Thanks D.
there's no magic potion that can account for a lifestyle that doesn't promote health and all the effects thereof. even if it masks the negative effects in one area, they will show up elsewhere, whether that's in your own health, or in the lives of others.
im starting to see every "health food" as a scam ! unless its fresh fruit and veggies or even dried fruit with nothing added and also nuts and seeds ofcourse.... everything else i feel is a scam now :D it feels great!!
"to produce one kilogram of royal jelly, at least 2000 queen cups have to be emptied" apparently they just do it flats and the bees instinctively feed the larva. Soon they'll figure a way to market the maggot corpses.
Yuck, Thanks DR, Poor Queen Bees, That's so mean.
The predatory raw faux gurus in their wizardly clothes seem to say anything they can to make money selling their magic potions. They fling around their "superfood" and "longevity" terminology to sell stuff people don't need, and at the highest prices possible. They are traveling huckster scam artists always on the lookout for the next products they can sell using outlandish and unfounded claims, and the next innocent heath-seeking audience to sell them to. It's amazing people still listen to these salespeople and refer to them as "gurus." People would be better off avoiding their products of questionable origin and unproved benefit (Google Adya Clarity Black Mica Extract), and their overpriced seminars. Instead, grow food and support local organic farmers, that is where you will get superfoods - in the form of raw fruits and raw vegetables. David Wolfe walked into Euphoria raw vegan cafe in Santa Monica last April (2011) and requested that they remove my books from their shelves. Hmmm. Could the motive be an attempt to hide what I say about traveling raw salespeople in my books? When I was writing "Igniting Your Life," he asked me if he could have the manuscript so he could publish it with his name on it as the author, with me listed as the co-author. He said, "I need another book to sell." He said he would share the profits with me. No, David. That was at the time I was beginning to find out about his true nature, after spending years helping him write his books. He never wrote a book until after he met me, and even then, barely. Could scam artistry be a genetic predisposition, or simply part of family heritage? http://nationalmortgageprofessional.com/news21065/california-attorney-indicted-fraud-scam-purchase-homes-inflated-prices; http://www.healthgrades.com/physician/dr-gerald-wolfe-ycxhg/background-check; http://www.nytimes.com/1995/09/10/us/whistle-blower-suit-says-doctor-bilked-government-of-millions.html;
Another great video DR. Thanks for debunking the crap out there. I told Freelee once what I clicked with me about your approach is that you'll aren't trying to market any snakeoil products. Ironically, his partner's story once featured on CNN was amongst the stories that made me read about raw food but when I logged onto their website, the sheer magnitude of the marketing on that page just set all my alarm bells off. I wish people would see these guys for the liars they are. Disgraceful.
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