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Well, that totally applies to the food you put in your fridge. Prairie Prof is correct. For an in-depth discussion consider discussing with your medical provider or asking a provider on Healthtap Prime or Concierge. Please have your dr evaluate the nutritional content. The truth is, should you be serious about cleansing up your eating routine, I persuade you to definitely discuss using a well-trained nutritionist or wellbeing care professional.
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Myths Uncovered - Don't eat before bed It's all about the calories Here's A Quick Summary of the Cookbook! My comments about the Trump Network are not at all related to my opinions about dietary supplements. However, your comments about the lack of nutrients in our food supply is right out of the MLM playbook. Sales reps are often trained to undermine the confidence in real food…otherwise, why would so many supplements be needed! And as Carol says above, countless studies have documented that the same level of protection is NOT shown with supplements.
I personally think the path to better health is paved with real food, not pills and potions. My other BIG problem with the Trump Network is that I firmly believe any diagnostic test should be conducted by a qualified health professional, and not a sales rep who is financially motivated by the results.
This is great free advertising. Plenty of people who never heard of this will now go research on their own, and many of those will get it —both the nutritional boon, and the business opportunity.
Plenty of nutritionists, dietitians, physicians and other health care professionals are seeing the value and opportunity presented by the Trump Network. I am not the least worried about the credibility of the products or the business model.
This debate only confirms to me how big this is going to be. I cannot imagine that many would trust him as a source, especially at that price. As a medical professional I also have a serious gripe with anyone providing nutritional advice that is not qualified. I recently overheard a conversation in a health food store between a customer elderly woman and a male employee. She was asking him what type of tea she should drink to regulate her blood sugar, and he was giving telling her which tea she should purchase.
So this extends beyond wealthy influencers into many realms, and is always wrong none the less. First of all you obviously group everything in the network marketing world as a ponzi scheme, or a pyramid. Do you even know what a ponzi scheme really is? Second, there is constant verbiage about Donald Trump giving nutritional advice. The qualified people who were part of this company long before Donald Trump came on board are the ones giving the advise.
Not some financially motivated sales person. This business will take off initially because of Trump, but then because of the products themselves. But you know what really is something to take in? Opinions based on mindless chatter. Experts can take a vacation from research just like anyone else and start relying on their titles to support their uneducated responses.
I have no trouble with MLM in general. But I wish the sales people would stick with makeup and kitchen gadgets. No, my site does not exist for controversy. I consider this article to be misleading, misguided and ill-informed. Before writing anything about anyone or anything the writer should do research.
First, network marketing has been around for decades. All these companies provide quality products, in fact, far superior to what can be bought in corporate department stores, of which, by the way, someone there is certainly capitalizing on everyday purchase. As for nutritional advances — check your resources, do some decent research, discover that your world is changing around you and people need solutions — chronic illness, long term illness, obesity, diabetes, childhood ailment and disease are on the rise.
At least there are socially conscious, scientific minded people out there seeking answers to these problems. These Trump angels are helping those in the field of nutrition to get to people who may otherwise be unable to afford a nutritionist or environmental doctor. Most health insurances do not include these types of medical services in health policies. You fail to mention the fact that the Trump product has been disbursed through nutritionist and chiropractor offices over the past 12 years… now, because of Don Trump, Americans have access sooner and can be affordably helped.
In fact, I believe your site borders on the edge of defamation of character and slander. So, sad, that you would choose to tear down, rather than build up, especially when there is testimony contrary to your statements. Oh, by the way — Quackwatch — — the writer of this site was thrown out of court for his unfounded claims against Ideal Health. Bring on the magic little pills that are going to cure every ailment known to man.
Stunning that some people here would think that Janet, or most registered dietitian who are indeed nutrition experts, would place a post such as this without doing her homework or research. The only thing these big NAME supplements will be better at than the ones I get at my regular big box store is at draining their bank accounts. Consumer Lab consistently reports on independent testing of supplements that are tainted, containing things that are not labeled, or not containing what the label states.
When people have told me that they have done a urine or hair test, most of the time I have been able to predict what the report will state even before the test has been conducted. Dietary supplements are far different from eye shadow or pizza stone.
People not only put these things in their mouth, they assume that they will help them and not harm them. In an unregulated industry, people put these items in their mouth at their own risk. With that, I mean ANY dietary supplement. As with anything that sounds too good to be true…it probably is. Oh, yes in our profession which take years of education, we make great friends and network with each other. All high level, unsubstantiated claims that benefit her product.
Janet, thank you for revealing this scam for what it is. Healthy food, healthy lifestyle not some get well quick schemes that have been going on for decades and take advantage of those who are not informed.
The American way of the easy way out is how these companies exist. They are are fat because they eat high calorie food and snacks. While urine tests may be able to determine levels of certain trace minerals and select vitamins in individuals with normal kidney function, fat-soluble vitamin specifically A, E, D and K levels in the urine are not an accurate representation of what is actually going on in the body.
The excretion of these vitamins is not proportional to intake or absorption. In addition, urine should not be used as a predictor of chronic nutritional status. Even for acute nutritional status, other nutrient levels in the urine may be affected by current oral intake, fluid consumption or even physical activity.
And, for individuals with certain diseases, nutrient levels may be falsely elevated in the urine despite deficiency. He is not even the most accomplished TV personality. Nor the most accomplished real estate mogul. Certainly not the most accomplished casino exec. A starry eyed devotion to his brand does not lend a lot of credibility to a defense of his new marketing scheme.
He is in the vitamin biz to make money, not to bring health to the masses. Kudos to all my colleagues!! You all sound so professional. Notice how crazy, irrational and emotional all the supporters of this product sound. Not one of them has posted with poise or knowledge. Why is it that because people eat, they think they know something about nutrition? I think the word Trump is clouding the issue here. His name is for business purposes only.
The company that sells the products that will be sold by the Trump Network is Ideal Health which has been around for 12 years. I look at the products to be sold, and listen to the words of the nutrition experts here, and I feel there is a disconnect. Not everybody goes to a nutritionist for a diet plan, whether they actually need it or not.
And, not every diet plan works for everybody. I lost 30 pounds without any special diet — I changed my eating habits to more healthy foods and now exercise regularly.
There are diet drinks, bars, meal plans, etc, sold by a multitude of companies. Centrum has many versions of their vitamins with many different formulations for active people, over 50, etc based on what I assume is research of the median person in the group the vitamin is designed for.
Why not a urine test? Maybe the vitamin that comes from it will be tweaked a little more for me as opposed to me purchasing from the shelf. But these are wellness products that already have stiff competition from a multitude of sources. Read the Trump Network website along with the Ideal health products again.
The same goes for nutritionists, fitness experts, etc. So why all the upraora? Becuase every buman body is unique and there is no such thing as one size fits all.
In no way am I making light of nutritionists and the scholling necessary to become one. If I have offended anyone I apologize. The general point I was trying to make is there are different methods for people to be healthy and of course many people choose none of those methods.
For me, I was able to adjust my eating habits and bring regular exercise into my regime. But it took discipline which not everybody has. Not everybody will get a nutritionist. Maybe and I stress maybe they are not as beneficial as advertising may lead people to believe, but first of all who really knows, and secondly this is what marketing is all about. But vitamins and nutrition bars, etc? I think Trump and his MLM associates are treading in some seriously dangerous waters.
I prescribe drugs and the truth is, we have no idea how these supplements will interact with other medications because they are not studied, approved or regulated by the FDA. What a bunch of junk! The foods are terrible, the drinks gagworthy I had to brush my teeth for 10 minutes to get rid of the disgusting taste , the vitamins have less nutrients than One a Day cheap brand at the drugstore.
As is, there is no way they can get repeated business — who in the world would pay so much to get such hideous products amd then. That leaves the only true reason to do this at all — multi-level earnings. Sounds like you have a personal problem.
Nutritional MLMs have worked and can be done responsibly. The industry is rapidly becoming more regulated globally. I think your argument is really one sided. In the age of mass layoffs, foreclosures and no access to healthcare, perhaps the message of taking charge of your own health works. People can not afford nutritionists. Heck, they barely have a place to live and food to eat. If his business starts to generate supporters, I hope that you learn to be more objective when writing about it.
You hurt the people who are struggling to make money in a broken economic and health care system. The best thing to do is to guide them from a false cures or claims and help them help their customers pick the most sound products in the product line to focus their business on. Did your Pharmacology only training not tell you about the results of the research done by Dr McCully at Harvard University, which by the way the Pharamcutical industry tried to suppress as it was conflicting wth their marketing, that there is NO relationship between cardiovascular disease and Cholesterol!
You would then work on the root cause of problems, and not selling dangerous drugs. You probably also have know knowledge of L-Arginine which you should be giving all your patients, which by the way received a Nobel prize for medicine. Preventable drug-related morbidity and mortality represent a serious medical problem that urgently requires expert attention. The costs to society of the misuse of prescription medications, in terms of morbidity, mortality, and treatment, can be immense.
To develop a conceptual model of drug-related morbidity and mortality, and to estimate the associated costs in the ambulatory setting in the United States.
A probability pathway model was developed to estimate the cost of drug-related morbidity and mortality in the United States. Pharmacist practitioners were surveyed to determine conditional probabilities of therapeutic outcomes owing to drug therapy. Health care utilization and associated costs owing to negative therapeutic outcomes were estimated. The largest component of this total cost was associated with drug-related hospitalizations. The cost of drug-related morbidity and mortality in the ambulatory setting in the United States is considerable and should be considered in health policy decisions with regard to pharmaceutical benefits.
Policies and services should be developed to reduce and prevent drug-related morbidity and mortality.
Thanks for this article and all the comments. My sister has bought in and is gungho about it and wants me to get in but I was very reluctant. Now there is no way I would get into it. First, I know I am not a salesman. I hope my sister makes a killing. She is even going to the launch party in Miami.
But I will stay out of it. Opinions, misinformation, blah ,blah ,blah. You will all have to wait to be educated and will be, before Thanksgiving. By then million people will get the story from Mr.
When he tells Larry King to get his family tested and get involved you can be the only ones still denying the facts. Ideal health has been making these functional urine tests based on the fact that improper Nitrate levels in the urine are markers for NO2 pathways having to do with how our cells use NO2 to destroy pathogenic cells. Altered levels indicate that Immune System nutrients would need adjusting in the formula. How well do you know your NO2 metabolic pathways? Sulphates a marker for Liver detoxification pathways and lipid peroxidase is a marker of free radical damage and helps customize the supplement to have proper antioxidant levels.
How do nutritionists and Dietitians base their recommendations on? None of you are rich enough or well connected enough to know that these tests have been used by the elite of our society and none of you are have the buying power to reset the price point like he has. Now because of the Donald the ave. Joe can pee in a cup, no doctor required send it into the lab and get a custom formulation that would blow away any Nutritional analysis that some MD, Nutritionist or Dietitian could ever formulate.
Basically if you are in the Nutrition industry and are not using these tests you will still be guessing like most people do when they stand at their morning sink and try to decide, What should I take today, the clear yellow ones or the white and blue ones.
Stop using your damn initials behind your names to give advice way out of your league. At least Check out the companies before you blab on with your opinions and misinformation. Quackwatch is a well known front for the Pharmaceutical industry, and of course the drug pusher doctors will support quackwatch. Quackwatch only go after the companies that the Pharmacutical industry see as a threat to their drug business. So this is a great reverse endorsment for Donald!
Come on people, can we get back to integrity and honesty when it comes to health. Everybody needs to form their own opinion about health issues, and realize that our creator gave us a wonderful thing called the immune system which when in great shape can protect the body from anything.
This is why people who are winning against deseases such as Cancer do it nutritionally or using processes that support the immune system, and those that are using Chemo are poisioning the immune system. Thank you for maintaing this forum. Some of these comments function as a desperate sales push, are defensive and inappropriately aggressive.
The bottom line is that there are no randomized control clinical trials to support the Trump diet. This means there is no scientific evidence to support the exorbitant cost behind the purchase.
For too long we have folks who believe that because they are paid to prescribe drugs they hold the truth to knowledge in medicine. Lets not forget conventional medicine is only very new, and that traditional treatments have been around for thousands of years.
The true practitioner embraces knowledge of all approaches, and looks at the body holistically, as do many of our integrative colleagues, that use the depth of knowledge to select the right prescription for health, not just based on an single narrow domain of understanding, Pharmacology. To suggest that some drug company, that not only created a drug for profit, but also provided the clinical test results, somehow makes the prescription the only right approach is ridiculus.
Far beit for me to say any particular nutrition is right for any particular individual, which is why a personalized test driven custom approach is far superior and certainly less prone to damage to the human environment than many pharmaceuticals which invariably come with unwanted side effects many very serious.
Just read the accompanying notes! Physicians with multimodal knowledge are best placed to trade off pharmaceuticals vs natural approaches. Such cardiologists like Stephen Sinatra , and his ilk can perhaps inspire others to extend their breadth of knowledge and evolve. But are we just playing with symptoms here, if we really want to understand the body and its needs, perhaps we should go back and look at Pasteur, and consider that Beauchamp actually had it right, that the key to health comes from within and our cells act in a pleomorphic environment, excellent book by philosopher Douglas Humer which by the way Pasteur acquiesced to on his deathbed.
Others such as Naessans that endorsed these theories provide us with significant knowledge and practical results based treatments. Its not a matter as to how nutrition interacts with drugs that is the issue, its how much damage drugs are doing to our bodies natural ability to take care of itself.
The value of nutrition is in supporting the immune system and biological health. Ladies and Gentlemen, can I suggest if any of this seems alien to you, study.
Education will set you free. Is this established science, and are these levels as found in urine significant in any way? I bought in as a marketer months ago, but havent done anything to grow into the network and make money…Im still on the fence and thats why Im here reading and listening.
Oh, One thing I did learn is that the nutritional drinks that came with my initial kit were disgusting! I would however like to comment on a couple of points.. For those who are interested in doing there own research the lab can be found here http: For more info on the formulary you can find this info here http: Ideal Health has been around succesfully for over 12 years and quite honestly have an impressive reputation..
I would put my money on Ideal Health. Someone earlier mentioned FDA and I believe this was a health professional?? There is quite a bit of misinformation regarding this subject. I would challenge those that mentioned FDA regulations to go to the drug store and look at say..
In fact what you will find is a a statemtent saying that thse have not been evaluated by the FDA… You will find a USP stamp which simply means that it was produced under United States Pharmacopeial standards. For more info http: I like the idea of being tested before supplementing..
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