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Gary Discusses FDA Food Policies, Corruption And More On The RT News Network “Breaking The Set” Show

My segment starts at 6:26 and ends at 14:05

Recently, I was a guest on the RT News Network “Breaking the Set” show to discuss my experience and expertise, as a former Food and Drug Administration (FDA) Special Agent, concerning food policies and more. In this interview I get into some down and dirty topics that I have never discussed in public before.

Some of the topics covered are:

  • GMO’s
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In a recent article in the New York Times:

“With names like Jack3d and OxyElite Pro, the popular products contain a stimulant known as dimethylamylamine, or DMAA for short. In a public warning late Thursday, the FDA said that the stimulant did not qualify as a legal dietary supplement ingredient and that it could raise blood pressure, potentially causing heart attacks and other health problems.”

According to WebMD:

“Dimethylamylamine is a drug made synthetically in a laboratory. It was originally used as a nasal decongestant. Today, dimethylamylamine is sold as a dietary supplement used for attention deficit-hyperactive disorder ADHD, weight loss, improving athletic performance, and body building.”

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