Lumen Naturals Asks Is Forskolin Weight Loss Science Being Ignored In Attacks On Celeb TV Doctor?
Peer Reviewed Science On Forskolin Being Ignored By Senate And Media
Senator Claire McCaskill, chairwoman of the Subcommittee on Consumer Protection, accuses Dr. Oz of doing a disservice to his own television show by promoting these products, saying, "I don't get why you need to say this stuff when you know it's not true." She continues to ask, "When you have this amazing megaphone, why would you cheapen your show?"
However, viewers of Dr. Oz's show know that he doesn't expect his word to be taken as gospel. When he endorses a product, he will have other experts on the show to explain why they have proven effectiveness to promote natural weight loss.
For example, when Dr. Oz showcased natural Forskolin root extract, he invited to the show nationally recognized weight loss expert, Lisa Lynn, who claims Forskolin has helped her clients double their weight loss. Lisa featured one of her clients on the show that lost 20lbs in 4 months while taking Forskolin. So, how can Sen. McCaskill accuse Dr. Oz of knowing "it's not true"?
Adam Donahue, the founder of Lumen Naturals, one retail seller of Pure Forskolin 20% Standardized weight loss supplement, supports Dr. Oz's main objective. He says, "Let's remind ourselves of the real goal that Dr. Oz is aiming for, and that is to try to educate and help the American public deal with an obesity epidemic."
Also, entirely unaffiliated with Dr. Oz, Dr. James Meschino gives a detailed scientific breakdown on the natural benefits of Forskolin. Natural, yet still scientific.
In fact, not only are there several other doctors openly detailing the natural benefits of Forskolin, Forskolin has even been clinically studied and a peer reviewed paper has been published by NYU's Langone Medical Center, which suggests, forskolin extract might increase the rate of fat burning, thereby potentially enhancing weight loss.
Donahue wonders, is there a Fog of War blowing in on natural health supplements?
Dr. Oz frequently endorses natural supplements for weight loss and treatments for other common maladies, but Dr. Oz is also vocal about the dangers of GMOs, diet soda, preservatives and chemicals in food, the dangers of living with a weight problem, and he encourages Americans to improve their diet and lifestyle. Is this such a bad thing? Has anyone been hurt by his endorsement of natural dietary supplements? Is Dr. Oz really a dastardly villain?
Or is there something else afoot?
The damaging attack on the character of Dr. Oz for everyone in the public to view is alarming because he promotes only natural products that are by-in-large harmless. However, other weight loss supplements that aren't purely natural can be harmful. Take the popular orilstat, Xenical, which has been shown to have the potential to cause permanent liver and kidney damage, yet has been approved as safe by the FDA.
Could this be an orchestrated attack by Big Pharma and Monsanto to demonize anyone who dare speak about the toxins and poisons in the food supply and the incredible permanent dangers of prescription drugs?
When in doubt, follow the money.
Mike Adams, blogger for NaturalNews.com announced on June 18th that he had pieced together this puzzle. It turns out, unsurprisingly, that attack dog McCaskill has received over $146,000 in campaign contributions from one of the largest pharmaceutical retailers in North America, Express Scripts.
Adams claims additionally she also received $37,000 from Monsanto, as well as a slew of other bizarre donations from the largest and most notorious corporations in the USA, which Adams rightly describes as, a "serious conflict of interest."
Adam Donahue adds, "If you look at the products Dr. Oz has endorsed, such as Forskolin there are literally hundreds of people claiming that it is working for them to ignite their metabolism and help them lose weight. Anything that can do that in a natural way is exciting to me, and I think Dr. Oz should be applauded for his work, not demonized by a Senator who has a record of receiving donations from Big Pharma and Monsanto."
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