Realfarmacy is being targeted by big-pharma/petrochem/agriculture for spreading viable alternatives to mainstream's exploitative addictive slavery and subjugation ... take note of the fake-fake-news hysteria by paid for trolls; who cannot supply substantial-factual-unbiased info to discredit ... therefore RF website tagged with slander of "misleading, unethical, suspicious."
This website is well known for "alternative medicine" and conspiracy theories, including anti-vaccination movement, which is far more dangerous to health than any sweeteners, which is one of the topics they're promoting. As it comes to this particular article on sweeteners that has drawn my attention, they are quiting real data but manipulating their outcomes. For example, from the first cited research paper:
"When the 2 cohorts were combined, there was no significant association between soda intake and risks of NHL and multiple myeloma."
The second research paper was re-evaluated with the following conclusion:
"The increased incidence of lymphomas/leukaemias reported in treated rats was unrelated to aspartame, given the high background incidence of chronic inflammatory changes in the lungs and the lack of a positive dose–response relationship"
There is much more of research demonstrating lack of cancirogenic effect of aspartame, which is the reason why it's not being banned - there's not scientific evidence to do this. The website on the other hand is cherry-picking papers that fit their agenda, and completely ignore anything that contradicts their views.
So indeed, do your own research - but use PubMed rather than conspiracy websites.
Good site. Safe for the kids. This website is in no way malicious or obscene.
I disagree with a lot of what they say here, but I also agree with a lot. I'm giving this a trustworthy rating because the stuff I agree with, mostly the anti-Pharma stance needs to be heard.
Did anyone bother to read the disclamer at the bottom or is everyone simply pro-GMOs?
While no site is perfect, it's a shame that professional trolls are allowed to continually smear ideologically-opposed or competitor websites. It is really undermining the intent and effectiveness of WOT.
I Trust this website, but I also take each story with a grain of salt. Still, this website is worth checking out.
I disagree with a lot of what they say here, but I also agree with a lot. I'm giving this a trustworthy rating because the stuff I agree with, mostly the anti-Pharma stance needs to be heard. The anti-vax stance bothers me, but I see a dangerous trend in demonizing people you disagree with. Giving an untrustworthy rating because you disagree with them is just wrong. If we want to fight their arguments lets just use facts and not try censorship. Censorship actually gives credence to conspiracy theories.
This website could get people killed. Their irresponsible and refuted clams of "cures," especially for cancer, could cause desperate people to forego legitimate but expensive treatments that work for teas and make believe that would let the cancer kill them.
The anti-vaccine garbage is inexcusable. NOT SAFE FOR CHILDREN
While no site is perfect, it's a shame that professional trolls are allowed to continually smear ideologically-opposed or competitor websites. It is really undermining the intent and effectiveness of WOT. Most of the yellow-red indicators and negative comments that I've run across lately, including here, seem to be nothing more than whiny, dis-informative hit-pieces. I actually took the time to research 5 random articles here and I found all five to be factual and reasonably objective. Sure, alternative medicine should be met with healthy skepticism because it has its fair share of cons and scams, but major pharmaceuticals are no innocent angels either.
The legal disclaimer sums it up.
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While the site attempts to be as accurate as possible, it should not be relied upon as being comprehensive or error-free.
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Basically, don't trust us, we are unqualfied to talk about this stuff.
--- This website promotes false health information
* Conspiracy theories
* Anti vaccination
* Unscientific information
* Their legal disclaimer on the top says : "for entertainment purposes only.""
The site is a nest of preposterous conspiracy theories -- the most dangerous of which involve convincing people not to vaccinate their children. The site appears to be safe to browse based on McAfee Site Advisor and other similar sources. My Suspicious rating is for the IQ-draining content of the anti-vaxxer disease cult, but not any malware that will infect my computer. In order to protect your children from infection, though, you might want to educate everyone you know about the dangers of the FUD spread on sites like this one.
Much like NaturalNews, which seems to form a substantial portion of the article references, this is a conglomeration of all manner of health, medicine, corporate and government conspiracy.
A full reading of the articles reveals that the One True Cause of autism, cancer, obesity and every other disease known to man is fluoride. And wheat. And pesticides. And GM food, food additives, cell phones, toxins and vaccines.
The Do it Yourself and Grow it Yourself sections might well have some reasonable and useful advice, but anything relating to the above topics is probably only useful as an insight into the minds of conspiracy theorists.
Do not take anything written here as gospel without checking the claims with rbutr, or making a similar comparison.
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