He is a real Doctor, and yes, he's selling his own products here. But he is not a quack and he does quote legitimate, peer reviewed reports. He may be promoting SOME alternative and controversial medicine, but everything he says is backed up with science. I get his newsletters and more than half the time they are filled with suggestions that you can do for free and without his supplements. And if you don't want to buy his supplements, he gives you other options.
One very good way to separate QUACKS from people making legitimate scientific claims is that scientists offer references, to legitimate peer reviewed research backing their claims, they don't just make empty claims like "...the doctors who discovered it won the Nobel Prize in Medicine..", without ever mentioning the "doctors" in question. Another dead give-away is that this quack, and I don't know if the eponymous "Dr" is a REAL doctor as opposed to a fictitious character invented to peddle quackery, very quickly tries to take $500 dollars per bottle off of you for his "elixir of life". Don't forget that a fool and his money are easily parted.
Dr. Sears is a real doctor, and does legit. research on all his recommendations. His site is a venue for selling his products. If you don't realize that by the time you get to the site, then shame on you. The only reason I can think of for someone(s) giving the site a bad rap is because that someone is a competitor, or has some other ax to grind. I, too, am finding that WOT is frequently full of doo-doo. Edward
This is getting ridiculous WOT. I have been with you chaps for years but blackballing a site because some bozo twirp has ethical issues. These are legitimate opinions of a legitimate doctor. McAfee Siteadvisor gives this site a clear standing. This situation is happening way too often. You state that WOT verifies all opinions before blackballing a site. I think not. If I were the owner of this site, I would take legal action.
Dr. Al Sears, MD, is a legitimate doctor, in contrast to the unfortunate linking of his name with the Sears' Warranty customer complaints.
With that aside, he is a bonafide, non-corporate, and legitimate doctor.
Seller has a positive reputation. Is a certified doctor and NOT certified to be a quack. Previous comment is meant to steer away sellers to another site. Basically, trying to "submarine" the health centered buyer to going somewhere else and effectively smear this website.
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