A major pusher of alternative medicine, endorsing remedies such as colloidal silver that clinical trials have established as useless at best. Worse, it heavily discourages the use of conventional medications – advice that's not just worthless, but can be deadly. They also hate psychiatry.
Won't hurt your computer but full of scam medical ads.
They don't research their articles, I have found many which have huge errors.
Mostly just one big advertisment
Quackery masquerading as health remedies.
An alternative health website that heavily promotes misleading and dangerous information and endorses companies that push ineffective and potentially lethal products. Ads typically feature "cure cancer for as little as a day", colloidal silver, and questionable herbal remedies/regimens (I've seen the poisonous plant belladonna being promoted on the ads). The website is heavily anti-vaccine/conventional medicine, and their content is a bunch of lies. Probably most of the medical misinformation that many people believe in came from this website. Don't trust anything that comes from this site.
Medical and nutritional advice given here is rarely correct. Owner of site does not understand science, engages in wild conspiracy theories, and otherwise distorts the truth.
Comparing the comments with the ratings, it is obvious that most WOT voters are uninformed.
Selling stuff that does not work/is harmful/is counterfeit. The advice given at this site could kill or very seriously harm you and the people you recommend this site to.