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Re: re vitamins, herbs, muscle testing stjames

Posted by Cindylou on January 2, 2002, at 17:17:47

In reply to Re: re vitamins, herbs, muscle testing, posted by stjames on January 2, 2002, at 15:01:23

> this persons chiropractor
hit all the marks that indicate a quack.

Hi James,
"This person" is me, cindy. I appreciate your remarks -- and really respect the comments you make on this board.

I have been struggling with whether or not to trust this chiropracter, since he has a PhD in clinical nutrition and is somewhat of an alternative medicine "celebrity" in my area.

You and IsoM have helped affirm my initial skepticism of him, and I thank you for that. Now I can move ahead and not worry about whether this guy can help me or not.


> James here....
> I am GLAD you spoke up. I get tired of refuting
> every quack concept posted here. Chiropractor's
> are not per-se bad, but >
> On can look these things up on the internet; ie research. here is one:
> The keys to calling this doc a qwack were: 1) Muscle testing 2) selling herbs and vitamins 3)
> Saying all mental illness is caused by lack of
> vits or mins.
> As always, extreme claims require extreme proof.
> Take a look at:




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