For your sure-fire way ta make damn-dee certain of your vitamin D needs, even though the research is crystal clear that tannin beds cause skin cancer, buy Dr. Mercola's tanning bed! He's knocked a full $1225 right off the cost of your death bed. That's right, soak in the vitamin D and you increase your chance of skin cancer! Not to worry, though, cuz, ya will be a right brown cancer patient. Can I get a dumbass? And all for the low, low, low price of $2997. Damn fool is what ya are if ya buy that.
Lookee here,Thelma gets the whole idea of the internet bein a grand way ta learn about all sorts of things. Why ain't I been usin it to good avail ta find out more about the dumbasses that abound out there in the world and use the internet ta spread their particular variety of crazy woobatness?
Ya know what else tha internet is grand for? Conmen. Ya hear me. Wherever the dumbasses are, conmen are bound ta be as well. An lordamighty, this alternative medicine quackery is right full of it. Now, I ain't sayin Mercola is a con man, lordy no. Sure'n he ain't. Full of woo and the crap and the buy my product mayhap. But nah, sure an he be a true believer. Why watch his videos, he ain't quite got that informercial look ta him. Not yet anyway.
Tryin ta convince people ta part with three grand of their money for their own tannin bed even as he says best way ta get the vitamin D is ta get out in the sun, now that ain't connin anyone is it?
Now, Mercola has this seal of approval thing, the Vitamin D Council stamp of approval on it, so I went a searchin for it. When I google the Vitamin D Council, this pops up: http://www.vitamindcouncil.org/vitaminDToxicity.shtml. Lookee, it's an org ending, so it has ta be reputable, righteeoh? Sure an it is. Who'd doubt that, darlins? Mh-hmm. Is what I'm sayin. There's a link ta some tannin systems ifn you're worried about the vitamin D toxicity. Click on the link, darlins! http://tanningbeds.mercola.com/tanning-beds/standup-tanning-systems.aspx And where is ya at? Ya gots it! Mercola!
Do some more diggin on this Vitamin D Council and ya see they even got a vitamin D theory on autism. Kidya not. http://www.vitamindcouncil.org/health/autism/
Now this Vitamin D Council is a non-profit organization, it says so. And it solicits donations. Whatever the hell for, Thelma, despite my prodigious and formidable powers of insight, ain't got no idea why a fool would support a site that sends ya to Mercola for a tannin bed, to some guy names Sorenson ta buy his book on how Vitamin D will cure all that ails ya, or ta its own store that will sell ya 65 dollar test kits ta see if ya are low on the vitamin D.
Lordamighty, take ya damn laptop on outside and sit on ya porch ta read this, get ya some vitamin D and some edification at the same time, is what I say.
Mighty damn suspicious is what it all is and gotta love the it's all the vitamin D deficiency explaining the autism: "The theory that vitamin D deficiency, during pregnancy or childhood, causes autism is just a theory. However, the theory has a plausible mechanism of action, explains all the unexplained facts about autism, subsumes several other theories, implies simple prevention, and is easily disprovable—all components of a useful theory."
Hah and hell's bells, don'tcha reckon Kim'll run with this when she sees it?
Now, what I'm gettin ta, is this here little Vitamin D Council which has given the tannin bed a stamp of approval ta Mercola an a link back is more than a bit hokey.
It's takin a real issue, folks gettin enough Vitamin D so that their bodies will have the right amount of calcitriol, which helps calcium absorption (ain't the legite use of google an amazin thing?), and messin it all ta hell to put out some crazy ass theories an piggybackin back to Mercola ta line his pockets. Cuz, lordy, dontcha just reckon if ya will stay an spend three grand on a tannin bed cuz of that stamp of approval, you'll stay a bit longer an buy some other stuff as well.
Beware doctors who are tryin ta sell ya shit, is what I'm sayin. An Mercola is tryin ta sell ya a whole bunch of shit. In more ways than one. An if ya are a buyin inta it, ya might just be misinformed, but if ya stick around long enough and engage them brain cells up there, ya otta be able ta see a hookncrook man. An if ya don't, if ya stick, an accept his brand of woo, an lordamighty, buy his products, sure ya are jus tryin ta be healthy an proactive, but ya is still a class-A dumbass.