Natural News is run by a bang up job that does not provide any evidence whatsoever, I would have let it slide if he did provide something trustable, but this person/organization is feeding on the minds of the gullible. I would need much explaining if any of these claims are right, any single one of them.
Quack health site pushing every dangerous conspiracy theory out there, kind of like an 'Alex Jones of health'. Crossed the line when it encouraged its readers in plain terms to murder biotechnology scientist and supporters, calling it a 'moral obligation'.
These are scary people.
This website perpetuates lies and pseudoscience. Countless times, this website denies science and perpetuates misinformation, sometimes with a dangerous nature. When one sees that they sell alternative "medicine", it becomes clear that this is nothing better than a pure scam.
All natural medicine isn't Quackery. Going natural is one of the ways you can survive in this chemical world....Sites such as natural news are doing their bit to awaken a consumer...However they are a bit too reliant on modern fads and not taking in enough from the ancient sciences of Ayurveda and Traditional Chinese medicine which are in so many ways, way ahead of the chemicals used as medicine today.
Lots of false claims about anything and everything ranging from medicine, to science, to politics.
The site tries to whip people into a frenzy with easily disproven statements and tries to manipulate people for its own political agenda.
One of the least reputable places to get accurate information. The site is run by Mike Adams who is devoid of any integrity whatsoever and makes millions every year playing on the fear of others. He uses fear mongering, misinformation, and scare tactics to sell you bogus products. Mike Adams will post any claim to any conspiracy theory no matter how crazy it is. Mike Adams has even encouraged those on his site to murder people at one point.
He literally advocates murder.
Direct quote from Mike Adams of Natural News, referring to his critics: "it is the moral right — and even the obligation — of human beings everywhere to actively plan and carry out the killing of those engaged in heinous crimes against humanity."
He then went on to list names of his critics on another website he created, none of whom have committed any "heinous crimes" whatsoever.
This is a pseudoscience and conspiracy website. The opinions it publishes go against all of the best scientific evidence available. It's misleading claims are dangerously unethical (following its unqualified medical advice can result in serious health consequences). Natural News provides no evidence to support it's claims. Please at least read the Wikipedia page about this website before you truest anything on it.
Great NATURAL news site that focuses on the real story, not our government-made stories. Example: that Brian anchor guy from NBC recently admitted LYING to the general public, saying things on the news just because he was told so. It won't happen at NaturalNews
Natural News is anything but news. They spread fear, pseudoscience and conspiracy theories that could potentially endanger lives if the wrong person or persons became consumed by it. They also support the use of the so called Miracle Mineral Solution (MMS) which is an industrial strength bleaching compound and it is given orally and rectally to autistic children until they are writhing in agony and vomiting from the toxicity of the bleach. They are slowly poisoning their children with massive amounts of bleach in an attempt to cure something that cannot be cured and isn't a disease, even though it can be very disabling at times due to an inaccessible world. Disabilities, all disabilities, are a normal and natural part of the human experience. To discriminate against someone because of a disability (and yes, I think slow poisoning with bleach because you can't accept that your child is different is discrimination against him because of his disability) is trying to make us less than human, which is wrong and hurtful.
This video is an example of what happens when people follow the advice of websites like this.
Anti-vaccine, anti-science, anti-medical treatment.
This site encourages parents to not vaccinate their children, effectively encouraging a drop in herd immunity and putting all babies under 1 year of age at risk for a range of infectious diseases like measles.
The site promoted psuedo science scam books that mislead people away from sound nutritional and medical research and treatments.