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Hello. I'm Michael Mooney. This website is an outlet for free information that I want to share with you which does not fit into the missions of the two primary organizations I have worked with.

These organizations are SuperNutrition, my family's nutritional supplement company, where I am Director of Science and Education, and Medibolics, an information outlet for PoWeR (Program For Wellness Restoration), where I donated five years time as Director of Research and Education.

PoWeR is a non-profit research and educational organization that provides information about hormonal, nutritional, and exercise therapies to improve well-being for people with HIV. Click here to learn about Built To Survive, my co-authored book about complementary medical and nutritional approaches to HIV well-being.

The information and opinions I present on this site are my own and are entirely independent of these other two organizations. They do not necessarily represent the opinions of the people I work with in these other two entities or any others that I work with.

On this site you will find ideas and information that I hope will spark you to think more about things that are sometimes assumed to be true. I will be digging away at some commonly assumed notions and assumptions to get to the truth. This is what I have a passion for.

If there is a misunderstanding about a subject, and the truth will help you be healthier, I will provide details that I hope can help clear up the misunderstanding. I will name the names of people and products when I review an issue.

For instance, articles in the biased newspapers, such as the New York Times, and incorrect statements by well-known people who are supposed to be nutritional experts like Dr. Andrew Weil and Dr. Mercola raised unjustified concerns about vitamin A supplements being "toxic."

Vitamin A is an essential nutrient, which means that you must have it for normal health and well-being and even to stay alive. Vitamin A is critical for the health of the eyes, lungs, bones, skin and immune system.

Some sources of information began to say that people should not take vitamin A because vitamin A can be toxic (but only at doses much higher than contained in any multivitamin in the USA). They began recommending that people take beta carotene, a precursor to vitamin A instead, which could cause serious vitamin A deficiencies.

A critical look at the science confirms that beta carotene does not absorb or convert into vitamin A in the body adequately for most people, therefore beta carotene cannot be relied on to substitute for vitamin A. If you are concerned about the health of your eyes, lungs, bones, skin, immune system or you are pregnant and want to deliver a healthy full-term baby you should consider taking true vitamin A, as retinol, and not rely on beta carotene for your vitamin A needs or you risk a vitamin A deficiency, which can cause serious health problems.

For instance, there's a 74 percent increased chance of preterm delivery with vitamin A deficiency, during pregnancy.

Another big misunderstanding generated by negative sales tactics from "whole-food-grown-type" vitamin marketers is to say that isolated USP (United States Pharmacopeia)-type vitamins are toxic or that the body doesn't recognize them, because they are "synthetic." This is silly nonsense (non-science). Click here to read why.

It is also clearly a ripoff of the public, because these companies sell "whole-food" multivitamin products that deliver small doses of vitamins and minerals that all available published studies show to be too low to provide optimal health benefits. While they are using the same naturally-sources vitamins and minerals as other companies, the products are disguised as being derived from organic whole foods. This is deceptive nonsense. Analysis shows that people are paying over $150 a pound for what are purported to be "organic whole foods" in tablets when they buy these products.

It's better to get organic foods in the produce department and take real higher potency multivitamins.

There has been another misunderstanding about iron, with some well-known nutrition "gurus," like Dr. Mercola and Dr. Andrew Weil, telling people that we shouldn't take iron, saying it is "toxic."

Iron is an essential nutrient, required for life and health. Reading published medical journal studies confirms that the potential for iron toxicity is highly exaggerated.

A significant number of men and post-menopausal women should consider taking supplements that contain iron. In fact, iron deficiency is associated with more deaths from heart attack and hair loss for males and females.

Additionally, higher dietary iron has been associated with improved bone density in several types of bone in post-menopausal women and a potential reduced risk of colorectal cancer.

In general, post-menopausal woman (and men) may need iron supplementation.

For best long-term health, one should ask their doctor for a "ferritin" blood test to find out if you do or don't need to take supplemental iron.

If it is real, and it is good for you and it is something you should consider using for your better health, I want you to know about it. If it is a sham, or if its main purpose is to gain profit, with little regard for the integrity of the product or information delivered to you, I want you to know that, too.

If you have questions, please send them to me.

Sincerely,
Michael Mooney

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An Excellent Article On Circumcision

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British Medical Journal Fraud About Dr. Andrew Wakefield's Study Showing Vaccines Can Cause Autism

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Government Report Confirms Again No Deaths From Vitamins

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FDA Scientists Complain About Corruption To Obama

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Diet and Food
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GMOs
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Health Insurance
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Food

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Nutrition Science
Vitamins
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Minerals

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Iron Improves Bone Density for Postmenopausal Women

Moms Who Take Iron and Folic Acid Have Smarter Kids

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Half of Senior Women (And Men) May Need Iron Supplementation

Iron Toxicity is Highly Exaggerated and Rarely Occurs

Calcium Carbonate: Carbonate Is Naturally Made And Contained In Human Bone

Nutrition Science
Antioxidants

N-Acetyl-Cysteine Supplementation Reduces Flu 54 Percent

Nutrition Science
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Omega-3 Fats Reduce The Potential for Dementia

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Fish Oil Prescribed After Heart Attacks in Europe, But Not USA

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Politics
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Morning in America by Michael Moore

Stop The Failed War On Drugs

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US Public Libraries Censor Nutritional Research

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Boycott The Union-Busting Koch Brothers - Don't Buy Their Products

Tax Cuts for the Rich

Save Access to P5P Vitamin B6: Petition to FDA

Dietary Supplements ARE FDA Regulated

GOP Sex Scandals: Is The Current Republican Party Inherently Riddled with Hypocrits?

'Vitamins: They Really Don't Want You To Have Them

How Big Pharma Distorts Science to Get FDA Approval for Dangerous Drugs

Politics: Not Going Into Iraq - Dick Cheney Was Right

Shocking Story About Bush and Rice: White House Ignored 9/11 Terrorist Warnings

Luise Light, Former USDA Nutrition Director Says USDA Is Corrupt

Products
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Products To Avoid: Dr. Mercola's Whole Food Vitamins

Ostivone (Ipriflavone) For Bone: Not!

Tests Show 2/3 Extra Virgin Olive Oil Is Not

Progressive Medicine
Multivitamins Shown to Prevent Cancer in Men

Alzheimer's Recommendations

Banning Circumcision

Nutrients for Osteoarthritis by A Brilliant Nutritionally-Oriented Medical Doctor

Major Review Raises Questions About Statin Use

The 18 Biggest Problems With Modern Medicine

Insulin Is MORE Anabolic Than Testosterone

Low Testosterone Increases Mortality Risk in Men

Cancer Risk Soars In HIV-Infected People: Study

Get A CRP Blood Test - A Best Test For Arteries

CRP Predicts Heart Attacks

Can Nutrients Reduce Cravings and Brain Damage For Drug and Alcohol Abusers

Red Cross Calls For Drug Decriminalization

New Book On Obesity: Why Are Men Getting Pregnant (Looking)?

Vitamin C And Cancer: Government Researcher Says Too Much Evidence To Ignore Anymore

Progressive Nutritional Information
Salt Your Way To Health

Famed Discoverer of HIV Virus, Dr. Luc Montagnier Strongly Supports Homeopathy

Science
Scientists Say Birds, Bees And Animals Are Gay: It's A Normal, Natural Occurance

New York Times: Can Animals Be Gay

An Answer To Global Warming: Cars Can Now Run On Water

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