Sunday, August 24, 2008
Does Kakadu Juice Cure Cancer?
The official company policy is to not make any health or medical claims on Kakadu Juice and who can blame them for that when governments around the globe will attack any company to make such claims. The above photograph of a news article I found in the daily paper on August 4th, 2008 is a good example of a company being prosecuted for evidently telling the truth.
You be the judge.
Here's some of what the article said...
" A University of Sydney cancer research team last year claimed antioxidants in Dr Red's blueberry punch killed the cells of five different cancers in clinical tests.
Research fellow Jas Singh said prostate, breast, bladder, colon and stomach cancers were all dramatically reduced after two weeks of treatment".
The company is being prosecuted by Queensland Health for alleged breach of Queensland Food Act 2006. Seems they made the mistake of publishing the cancer research teams findings on their website.
The thing I find really odd is that the government does not dispute the claim. Rather it is charging the company with publishing the findings. Since when is speaking the truth a crime?