The proper approach for expressing disagreement with a formal scientific paper is writing a formal peer-reviewed rebuttal, in this case to the National Institute of Health standards. There has been no formal scientific challenge to our papers. Those with interests in protecting nutrient-depleting drugs at all cost, independent of the facts, have posted smoke and mirror internet opinions that are not formal scientific writings. We are aware of the embellishment of second-hand facts not related to the science discussed on this webpage that has brought people reading them to anger. Everyone, take a deep breath.
These are important nutritional observations which need attention. Our 22 papers meet the National Institute of Health (NIH) NCBI standards for classification as peer-reviewed scientific medical papers. No one person wrote the last six Parkinson’s disease papers that we published. Publishing these papers required:
- Seven medical doctor authors
- Eighteen medical doctor peer-reviewers
- Two editors-in-chief
All total twenty-seven highly skilled and highly trained people had to approve of each paper’s contents before publication.