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Natural Cures "They" Don't Want You to Know about Hardcover – January 1, 2004
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On the other hand, there are a lot of suckers in this world. And if they think that they are going to get something for nothing (or cheap), sales will be high. In fact sales are high and that's why Kevin is in the thick of it making all he can while the getting is good.
Bottom line is that Kevin is going to hang that preverbal carrot in front of a lot of people who will follow that carrot with their wallets. And he will continue to dangle that carrot until the preverbal donkeys wises up, gives up or dies.
My suggestion to those who want more knowledge is go to their public library and check out this book first. It's free. Then do what so many others do, use the Internet as a tool and do your own research. Look for things like "Natural Remedies", "Alternative Medicines", "Homeopathic Medicines", "Health Foods", "Natural Health", "Organic Nutrition", "Healthy Nutrition", and so on and so on. Please remember to take everything your read or hear with a grain of salt. With all the information you gather make your own conclusions and you will be the better for it.
The capper was his chapter entitled "A True FDA Horror Story" where he recounts the harrassment that befell a small businessman who'd come up with some kind of cure for some disease. In the story, Mr. Trudeau claims he can't tell you what the disease was, nor what the product was, but he can on his website.
If any of this garbage about not being able to write about this stuff for fear of prosecution and/or harrassment by the FDA were true, writing about it on his website would simply lead to the same eventual outcome. While I believe he probably does offer more info on the website, I believe his real motivation for not putting this info in the book is to make more money from the website.
Another interesing but disturbing revelation is the inexcusable lack of research done by Mr. Trudeau. For example, when writing about Aspartame, he writes that it was originally created by the "Surrell Corporation" which was then acquired by Monsanto. While it's true that Monsanto did buy the company, it was the SEARLE Corporation (then headed by none other than Mr. Donald Rumsfeld...yes, THAT Donald Rumsfeld). Did someone simply tell him this story and he wrote the name phonetically??? Maybe not that big a deal, but definitely didn't help his credibility.
In conclusion, based on the information he DOES offer, it seems Mr. Trudeau does know about the subject matter on which he writes, but it may make more sense to check out his website for $10 rather than spend the $30 for his book (or rather, 273 pg. website ad).
just another snake oil salesman...