It’s Gary Null, one of whose quack brews apparently had too much Vitamin D in it. No surprise to me that he’d link up with an incompetent manufacturer. I actually went and heard a talk by this yahoo many years ago when I was at university. I’ve never heard so much arrant nonsense. And for years after I can recall seeing him on our local PBS station in NYC during pledge drives. Fortunately, someone seems to have wised up to his shenanigans and he’s no longer televised on WNET (that I know of), although he still has his store on the Upper West Side of Manhattan.
See the story HERE:
Gary Null suit vs. supplement manufacturer claims Gary Null’s Ultimate Power Meal nearly killed him
BY JOSE MARTINEZ
DAILY NEWS STAFF WRITER
Wednesday, April 28th 2010, 4:00 AM
A controversial alternative health guru is suing after a taste of his own medicine nearly killed him.
Gary Null - described on quackwatch.org as “one of the nation’s leading promoters of dubious treatment for serious disease” - claims the manufacturer of Gary Null’s Ultimate Power Meal overloaded the supplements with Vitamin D.
The buff “Joy of Juicing” author, whose products include Red Stuff Powder and Gary Null’s Heavenly Hair Cleaner, claims he suffered kidney damage and was left bloodied and in intense pain from two daily servings of the supplement. ...
... And what’s the coolest part of this article? They cited Quackwatch.org! Three cheers for Dr. Barrett!