LOL. I'd welcome seeing an "ECHINACEA HEALS!!" poster in their office, and samples of vitamin C.
But sadly, they seem to just have bland posters of waterfalls or sunsets (at least the ones I've been to) and no samples to hand out.
Well it looks like some doctors and the pharmaceutical and restaurant industries in Massachusetts didn't like it so much.
Ban on pharma meals for physicians overturned
Massachusetts, the first state to ban all gifts from industry, says “modest” food and drinks are OK.
You're welcome. Yes, I have tried the cinnamon one. It's the best-tasting IMO. Here's their test data: http://www.greenpasture.org/public/Products/TestData/index.cfm To be honest I think it has far too little D to be relied on as your sole source if you're living in places that suffer from "vitamin D winters." There was a thread posted here recently where a couple of people said that they were shocked at how low their levels were after taking it. I think you...
2009 isn't that long ago. And it's only a voluntary ban. Yes. It certainly has undermined doctors' credibility in my eyes the times I've seen this junk in their offices. So much so that I've paid out-of-pocket to see holistic doctors rather than use my insurance to cover the mediocre ones. It's a good thing I had the money to do it. I feel sorry for people who don't have a choice.