July 15, 2010 at 2:36 am
“I’ve read in a statement that ANH is making unfounded and sensationalist claims. Your response?”
July 16, 2010
“We have never made any unfounded claims, much less unfounded sensationalist claims. This is totally false. We have also discussed these rumors in our newsletter. Please see the links below:
Rumor No. 1
That the Comparative Effectiveness Research (CER) provision we got into Obamacare mandating an integrative doctor on the CER and advisory panel was pointless.
Rumor No. 2
That there is no evidence Congressman Waxman authored the FTC expansion provision and in addition the provision is not (now was not) a threat to supplements.
Rumor No. 3
That ANH-USA did not get the supplement protecting language into the Senate Food Safety Bill to ensure protection from Codex, and that this provision went into the bill long before we said it did.
Jun 23, 2015 3
With your help, we can stop them from gagging free speech about nutrition. ANH-USA has identified seventeen states with the most monopolistic scope-of-practice laws, and has sent letters to those states’ dietetic boards, their attorneys general, and key policymakers warning them that they are vuln...
Jun 20, 2018 1
Will we let FTC bureaucrats decide what “science” is, and how it can be interpreted? Action Alert! The legal claims that supplements can make are repeatedly attacked and restricted by federal regulators. This is a great situation if you’re a drug company selling expensive, dangerous drugs, ...
Apr 12, 2016 19
These drugs are dangerous enough for adults—so why are we giving them to two-year-olds (and even younger) children? Who exactly has the mental problem here? A story published in The New York Times documents the rising trend of conventional doctors prescribing antipsychotic and psychotropic drugs t...
May 22, 2015 0
The Alliance for Natural Health- USA has been very vocal in its criticisms about the 21st Century Cures Bill that has been introduced. The fact that the bill exists shows a recognition of the broken nature of our medical system, but its contents demonstrate an inability to look for innovative approa...
Dec 10, 2013 6
There’s still a small window to make the FDA listen to reason. Action Alert! “Medical foods,” by the federal government’s definition, aren’t simply a diet plan prescribed by a doctor. They are foods that are specifically formulated and processed for a sick patient. They are intended to mee...
Sep 1, 2015 2
Armed with this precedent, it’s time to roll these anti-consumer laws back in other states. State-based Action Alert! Recently, a judge in the federal District Court for Idaho ruled that the state’s so-called “ag-gag” law was unconstitutional on First Amendment grounds. Idaho’s bill was si...
Mar 7, 2017 6
Conventional medical doctors are lagging behind on the science, and it’s costing lives. A new report from ProPublica details how conventional doctors continue to use certain drugs and medical procedures long after their appropriateness has been contradicted by research. This means that patients ar...
Jul 8, 2014 23
And instead use pro-biotics for the skin? Meanwhile, must we try to kill every germ on us, good or bad, with triclosan? Action Alert! The New York Times Magazine recently ran a story about a fascinating new product, a spray called AO+ Refreshing Cosmetic Mist, from a small biotech company AOBiome. T...
Aug 20, 2013 23
The FDA allows manufacturers to add potentially toxic nanomaterials to any food without notifying anyone, or even putting it on the label, even organic food. Action Alert! (more…)...
Apr 3, 2012 4
Our campaign is catching fire, and Congress is continuing to drive the message home to the FDA. Action Alert! (more…)...