False advertising? The manufacturer of cellfood, Lumina Health, claims on its website ( http://www.luminahealth.com/products/cellfood/history.htm ) that someone named Everett Storey worked with the US government on hydrogen bombs, got radiation poisoning, invented cellfood and cured himself with it. But it seems this is just a tall tale. Sites such as http://www.deuteriumfreedomact.com/ has debunked it. A person named Everett Storey did exist, but he never worked on the hydrogen bomb for the US government, never won the Nobel Prize as some others have claimed, and of course never cured himself of radiation poison with Cell Food. Based on this false advertising I'd say this company and its products are not trustworthy.
asked by keviny01 on March 17, 2011