People May Call Me Crazy but…


These types of articles are scary. As a “fitness person” I’ve know for years that the business world has more interest in disease than in health. There is lots of money in sickness (junk food, drugs, surgery’s, tests etc.) and very little in health. Take a second and read this.

Seasoned Investigative Journalist Exposes Inside Strategies to Censor the News

2 Responses to “People May Call Me Crazy but…”

  1. mboyle1959 Says:

    AJ- as you can see, I’m a Mercola fan. I think he is much like me in that he really doesn’t care what people think. There is no shame in selling supplements. I often buy from them. In fact, I just bought 4 Vit D test kits. I post Mercola articles because I find them interesting and or thought provoking. Please forward me anything that you think readers might find interesting. I’m not married to the Mercola stuff but he consistently takes on tough topics which I really admire.

  2. Hi Mike thanks for your continued work in educating and training all the professionals in our industry, including myself. You have a refreshing and endearing attitude about your growth as a professional and I appreciate your willingness to freely and selflessly share with others.

    I created a WordPress account today to reply because I’m getting a little frustrated by how often you post Mercola articles. I think you can do better than a website that sells dietary supplements and writes articles on the side. I come to you to learn practical knowledge about coaching and training and would appreciate more reputable sources that match your role as an industry leader.

    I apologize if this post comes across as rude or disrespectful. I have a very high opinion of all that you do–just not posts like this.

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