Originally published January 17 2004
Bayer Corp would reap tremendous profits by convincing the public to
take an aspirin every day
by Mike Adams, the Health Ranger, NaturalNews Editor
Bayer Corp, the maker of aspirin, is trying to
get the FDA to approve the use of aspirin as a preventive measure
against heart attacks. The ploy, of course, is to get permission to run
TV ads that say, "One aspirin a day will prevent heart attacks, even if
you've never had a heart attack."
Bayer wants every person in the
world to take one aspirin a day. Why? Because it's good for profits, of
course. Very good for profits. Get the entire population believing that
aspirin is good for them, and get the FDA to line up behind it, and
you've got a great racket running.
In reality, eating some chlorella
each day, or flax oil each day, or some fresh fruits and vegetables each
day is probably far better for your heart than an aspirin a day, and
real foods don't cause gastrointestinal scarring, either.
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