their better health MAY simply be due to the Budwig protocol they admit to doing--how can you say its the Miracle-Mineral-Supplement if theyre doing other more documented alternatives???
while I dont get how the flax/cottage cheese works--I do know that many claim results and have some drs tests to show for it
I too dont begrudge anyones healing--as long as they dont promote something probably risky to others based upon faulty ( and even FALSE) science
they should say " it helped me but may be dangerous and I dont know how or why it worked for me" to be ethical and honest
you think anyone would buy this junk if they adverted it " we dont know how or why but its magic"??? all the marketing classes and entrepreneurial sites teach to throw a bunch of words at the public and hope no one will understand enough to refute
and so of course thats whats happening here, and then those gobbledygook words get passed along until its gospel--