From: email@example.com (g-perrin)
Subject: Re: Colloidal minerals: more evidence
More on Colloidals:
See the Jan/Feb 1997 issue of Amer. J. of Natural Medicine.
An article, entitled "Colloidal Minerals: Clinical
implications of clay suspension products as dietary
supplements" AG Schauss, PhD
Although this publication isn't a peer-reviewed journal, the
article is none-the-less factually anchored and provides
excellent insight into what colloidals are made from and
physiologically why they can't live up to the MLM claims.
A short excerpt: "In an effort to locate the scientific support
for many of the claims made for colloidal minerals, databases
incorporating nearly 30 million papers published over the last
40 years were utilized, including the well-known Medline. Not
a single reference could be located that could support the claims
being made for these products."
jay perrin, DC