Why Health Authorities Position MDs, Nurses and Pharmacists as Experts in Nutrition

Executive Summary

  • Health authorities constantly propose that people obtain approval on nutrition supplements from professions that lack expertise in nutrition.
  • This is part of a strategy to keep people from taking supplements.

Introduction

A primary strategy used by health authorities to keep people from taking nutrient supplements is to position medical professions that know little about and are trained by pharmaceutical companies to denigrate nutrition supplementation. This article explains how this strategy works.

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