Mercola = Health Fraud

By Bob McCauley, ND

mercola-krillFish oil found to cause cancer, which is why ALL my food comes from the plant world, and NOT the animal world.  This is no surprise whatsoever.  Let’s see if the famous Dr. Mercola mentions anything about this since he dr-mercola-antarctic-krill-oil-60ct-650promotes fish oil so heavily.     But krill oil is great, so he says.   Fish oil “heals the brain“, “protects the heart” and “combats ADHD“.  Not to mention that Alaskan Salmon is one of the top 10 mercola-virgin-salmon-oilsuperfoods.  Are you still listening to this guy?  Hope not.

This Mercola fish product is “Virgin”. Wow!  I’m impressed and I don’t even know what “virgin” fish oil is.   Must come from female salmon virgins. Not sure.  !?!?!

There is NOTHING in the way of nutrients found in the animal world that we can get from the plant world.  Where do the fish get their fat?  Mainly from algae, which is why I do the same.  The higher we eat on the food chain, the higher the concentration of toxins we consume.

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About Bob McCauley

Bob McCauley, ND (Robert F., Jr.) was raised in Lansing, Michigan and attended Michigan State University (BA, 1980 in Journalism). He is a naturopathic doctor, Master Herbalist and a Certified Nutritional Consultant. He has traveled extensively, both domestically and abroad, visiting over 32 countries. He published Confessions of a Body Builder: Rejuvenating the Body with Spirulina, Chlorella, Raw Foods and Ionized Water (2000), Achieving Great Health (2005), The Miraculous Properties of Ionized Water, (2006) which is the only book on the market that exclusively addresses Ionized Water, Twelve (Fiction, 2007) and Honoring the Temple of God (2008). He considers himself a Naturalist, meaning he pursues health in the most natural way possible. He studies and promotes nature as the only way to true health. From 2002-2004 he hosted the radio program Achieving Great Health, which was heard by thousands of people each day. His guests included some of the most well-known and respected names in the natural health world. With the help of his father, Dr. Robert F. McCauley, Sr. (Doctorate in Environmental Engineering, MIT, 1953) they started Spartan Water Company in 1992, which sold vended water machines in supermarkets. Robert Jr. founded Spartan Enterprises, Inc. in 1993. He is a Certified Water Technician with the State of Michigan. He is also a Type II Public Water Supply Specialist and has the certifications of S-5 and D-5. The McCauley family has a long history in the water industry. Bob's father pioneered environmental issues regarding ground water and drinking water quality. He received his Ph.D. from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) in 1953 for his thesis on removing radioactive strontium from water. He earned his doctorate in Environmental Engineering in less than 2 years, one of the shortest doctoral studies in the history of MIT. He taught civil, sanitary and environmental engineering at Michigan State University for 18 years before retiring to run Wolverine Engineers & Surveyors of Mason, Michigan, for 17 years. His reputation throughout Michigan as a water quality expert was legendary. Bob worked for his father's company for 12 years learning the water business, which dealt primarily with municipalities, including water quality and sanitary sewer issues. After apprenticing with his father, Bob moved on to the bottled water business. He established greater Michigan's biggest selling bottled water: Michigan Mineral – Premium Natural Water. He was introduced to Ionized Water in 1995 and has done more to promote Ionized Water than anyone else in the industry. Bob often lectures and offers seminars on his Seven Component Natural Health Protocol . Bob is a Certified Nutritional Consultant and a Certified Master Herbalist. He is also a 3rd Degree Black Belt and Certified Instructor of Songahm Taekwondo (American Taekwondo Association).
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3 Responses to Mercola = Health Fraud

  1. Susan says:

    Bob,

    I am a fan of yours and I am also a fan of Dr. Mercola. Quite frankly, you both hawk your products. Dr. Mercola provides excellent information as do you. I don’t find the article persuasive. It reads “fish oils “may” cause cancer.” Then, it clearly appears to be anti-supplement and I’ve seen the difference with supplements. Granted, there isn’t anything that can replace a healthy diet and clean water but Vitamin C has helped me avoid expensive doctor visits. I believe I didn’t catch the flu last winter due to supplements and herbs. I like your passion but I think it’s a little too confrontational sometimes.

  2. Ken says:

    Hallelujah Bob. I completely agree. These fish and krill oil supplements are complete nonsense. If someone truly requires to increase their Omega 3, Deva Nutrition provides a wonderful “delayed release” algae oil that contains 500 mg of micro-algae oil per vegan capsule. Each capsule provides 140mg of DHA and 80mg of EPA. Personally, I take 5-8 of these each day, along with other forms of algae, spirulina, chlorella, and marine phytoplankton. These new algae oil supplements may provide more concentrated amounts of DHA and EPA per capsule as they continue to evolve. The fact that human beings can thrive via a plant-based lifestyle is a wonderful gift from the ancient architect. When we refuse to align ourselves with this natural order, we are literally throwing this precious gift back into the abyss of the infinite mysterious–with serious consequences for all who share this planet with us. http://bit.ly/Axwloa

  3. Marlon Glenn says:

    Hi Bob,

    The validity of this “study” on fish oil has been questioned by many. It is very easy to slant a study to get the outcome one desires. I believe there are questions to be asked.
    1. Who sponsored this study?
    2. What information is left out?
    3. What do we know about the health of the participants?
    4. Are these only Americans or is this worldwide?

    I am sure there are many more questions that could be asked. A grain of salt is often needed with the latest media-trumpeted study. Nice comments Susan. I agree with your points.

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