So what's the purpose of consulting with their doctor if the doctor is dispensing inaccurate information? Or should people listen to their physicians even if it means ignoring the Brownstein protocol?
Originally Posted by Grizz
Are you really just giving people legal fine print that *wink, wink* they're supposed to ignore? Or do you not really stand behind what you're saying here? Because it sounds as though you're asking people to hop into Cognitive Dissonance Land and buy two conflicting prescriptions, one where the Miracle of Iodine cures all ills, and one where the Conspiracy of Conniving Physicians (who are against iodine) will somehow offer wisdom to guide the true seeker who comes to said physician with questions about iodine.
Let's cut to the chase. You're saying that doctors are worthless and you're just doing a bit of CYA. OK, we get it.
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