The Myths Presented By Paul Offit, M.D. To Falsely Attack Natural Healthcare

By Michael Mooney, July 2013

For those of who are concerned about what is said in the publications released by Paul Offit, M.D.

1. "Do You Believe in Magic?: The Sense and Nonsense of Alternative Medicine", Harper, Hardcover Version, 18-June-2013, ISBN-13: 978-0062222961

2. Offit PA, "Killing You Softly: The Sense and Nonsense of Alternative Medicine", Fourth Estate, Kindle Version, 20-June-2013

3. Offit PA, "Vitamins: stop taking the pills: Vitamin supplements are good for you, right? Wrong, says a new book - they're a multibillion-pound con and in high doses can increase your risk of heart disease and cancer", The Guardian, 7-June-2013

4. Offit PA, "Don't Take Your Vitamins", The New York Times , 8-June-2013

Dr. Offit is both deceptive and incorrect about what he says.

For detailed reviews that debunk the nonsense that he attempts to feed us, please see these three articles:

And to confirm, I have not seen a negative vitamin article that was accurate or true.

Every one of them is easily debunked.

There is a section on my website, called Nutrition In The Press: Corrections that contains over 80 rebuttals to such studies.

It is viewable at:

In health,

Michael Mooney