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February 04, 2009


Jim Gillespie

Their study doesn't appear to trustworthy, as it appears like it's based on outdated information, and that information isn't that significant. There's mercury everywhere, and no matter what you eat you're going to get some of it. I wouldn't worry about this. Keep eating corn syrup and corn syrup based products, and don't be a worrywort or a tin-foil hat wearer.


HI Jim,

On what do you base your conclusion that the study is not trustworthy?

Precisely how does the tin-foil-hat metaphor dismiss concerns of people who are familiar with the food and drug industries' penchant for cutting corners and our FDA's penchant for protecting industries' interests over consumers' interests?

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