Contact: Julie W. Robinson 415 451-4566
Know Where Your Vitamins Are Made? China, Most Likely
New website www.doctorspicks.com features safest,
highest quality brands used by medical professionals.
Let the Global Medicine Hunter® guide your selection.
SAN FRANCISCO (August 6, 2007) — Poisonous pet food. Toxic toothpaste. Drugs masquerading as harmless herbs. Do you know what you’re swallowing?
“When it comes to ingestibles, it is more important than ever to rely on trustworthy companies with long-standing reputations for providing the safest, highest quality ingredients,” says Dr. Meg Jordan, PhD, RN, a medical anthropologist known as the Global Medicine Hunter®. Peter Kovac of The Washington Post reported last week that it’s “not just pet food.” Most of the world’s vitamins are imported from China. And now government regulators are scrambling to avert even more serious public health risks.
Dr. Jordan announces the launch of a new website designed to take the confusion out of choosing safe and effective dietary supplements and other health products. “I select only products that meet the strictest standards for quality, effectiveness and safety,” explains Dr. Jordan. “Brands on doctorspicks.com work exclusively with medical professionals, but through a special arrangement, we’ve been able to create this consumer site that requires a registered log-in.”
It’s not always possible to bypass food ingredients made in China these days, but I know the founders of the companies associated with Doctorspicks.com, and can attest to their integrity and dedication in manufacturing the absolute finest natural health products, said Dr. Jordan.
Doctorspicks.com is organized according to health challenges such as bone and joint, heart health, menopause, and so on, explains Julie W. Robinson, president of doctorspicks.com. “Our research found that people go to health food stores for something they had read about, whether it’s for memory, or for grandpa’s prostate, or their teenagers skin problems. But because of the strict FDA labeling laws, they don’t find what they’re looking for, and are overwhelmed by so many choices.
“At www.doctorspicks.com, Dr Jordan has grouped together the most superior, targeted supplements for each condition.” Robinson said that visitors are also surprised to find they can find these superior brands at a discounted price, and enjoy the convenience of home delivery within 1-3 business days.
Featured products will be accompanied by educational news every month. This month’s pick is Complete Life™ is a Food Compound Vitamin specifically designed to provide superior nutritional support from a unique combination of essential nutrients and whole foods, to promote optimal health and well-being.
The website launch was assisted by Michael Murdock, an Internet marketing consultant (www.docmurdock.com).
Medical anthropologist Dr. Meg Jordan, PhD, RN, the Global Medicine Hunter®, is on faculty at San Francisco State University and California Institute of Integral Studies. She is host of the nationally syndicated “Dr Meg Jordan Show” on Health Radio, hosts a weekly newscast on Global TV in Canada. She is also the product spokesperson for Holista USA, and editor in chief of American Fitness Magazine.
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