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posted June 21, 2010 01:17AM
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Ayon sa BFAD, wala daw medicinal value ang mga food supplement na tinda ng mlm. Sabi naman ng taga MLM, napagaling daw sila nito sa kanilang matinding sakit na kahit doktor di nabigyan ng lunas.
 
Sino kaya ang tama, yong pahayag ng BFAD o yong mga testimonya ng mga MLMers?
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posted June 21, 2010 10:23AM
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Although pwedeng iwasan sa'min 'yan cause we have
both registered drug and food supplement products,
the truth is...
 
The BFAD announcement is obviously a violation of the
Traditional and Alternative Medicine Act of 1997.
 
Article II contains:
(d) "Alternative health care modalities" ? other forms of
nonallopathic, occasionally non?indigenous or imported
healing methods, though not necessarily practiced for
centuries nor handed down from one generation to another.
Some alternative health care modalities include reflexology,
acupuncture, massage, acupressure, chiropractics,
nutritional therapy, and other similar methods.
 
Pinagtatalunan 'yan.
 
And it is obvious that the BFAD directive favors drug companies,
which, a lot of alternative medicine doctors call "greedy".
 
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posted June 21, 2010 12:15PM
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I agree. Masyado lang pumapabor ang BFAD sa "sickness industry" (drug companies). Siyempre mga BIG time yang mga yan eh sino ba naman si BFAD? =)

Although hindi din maiiwasan na may mga nagsilabasan na talagang ala naman epekto. Pero personally, I've seen a lot of people na gumaling sa alternative methods. Kaya pumili ng tama ang bawat mamamayan.
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posted June 21, 2010 12:20PM
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O di mahirap po yan kapag walang approval ng BFAD
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posted June 21, 2010 01:39PM
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naku mukhang mahirap e market yan eh
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posted June 21, 2010 04:23PM
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its hard to market..pero approve lang lagi sa BFAD kasi economy sickness..
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posted June 22, 2010 12:39AM
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is there anybody here who is questioning the integrity and capability of BFAD? at syang dahilan kung bakit di nakakakuha ng approval para sa mga food supplements ng mlm.
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posted June 22, 2010 12:51AM
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iammarlo posted on June 21, 2010 10:23AM
 
Although pwedeng iwasan sa'min 'yan cause we have
both registered drug and food supplement products,
the truth is...
 
The BFAD announcement is obviously a violation of the
Traditional and Alternative Medicine Act of 1997.
 
Article II contains:
(d) "Alternative health care modalities" ? other forms of
nonallopathic, occasionally non?indigenous or imported
healing methods, though not necessarily practiced for
centuries nor handed down from one generation to another.
Some alternative health care modalities include reflexology,
acupuncture, massage, acupressure, chiropractics,
nutritional therapy, and other similar methods.
 
Pinagtatalunan 'yan.
 
And it is obvious that the BFAD directive favors drug companies,
which, a lot of alternative medicine doctors call "greedy".
 

tama masyado lang silang greedy kaya di nila inaaccept yung ibang nagagaw ng supplements...
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posted June 22, 2010 12:59AM
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vera7 posted on June 22, 2010 12:51AM
iammarlo posted on June 21, 2010 10:23AM
 
Although pwedeng iwasan sa'min 'yan cause we have
both registered drug and food supplement products,
the truth is...
 
The BFAD announcement is obviously a violation of the
Traditional and Alternative Medicine Act of 1997.
 
Article II contains:
(d) "Alternative health care modalities" ? other forms of
nonallopathic, occasionally non?indigenous or imported
healing methods, though not necessarily practiced for
centuries nor handed down from one generation to another.
Some alternative health care modalities include reflexology,
acupuncture, massage, acupressure, chiropractics,
nutritional therapy, and other similar methods.
 
Pinagtatalunan 'yan.
 
And it is obvious that the BFAD directive favors drug companies,
which, a lot of alternative medicine doctors call "greedy".
 

tama masyado lang silang greedy kaya di nila inaaccept yung ibang nagagaw ng supplements...

sino tinutukoy mo sa term mo na greedy? BFAD? can you substantiate your accusation?
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posted June 22, 2010 09:58AM
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oo nga hindi naman sila greedy they just doing there part..kasi approvable naman ang wellness products..
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posted June 22, 2010 07:05PM
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yung bfad kase transparent sila about sa facts eh..
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posted June 23, 2010 04:57PM
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Meron din sigurong criteria ang BFAD
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posted June 23, 2010 04:59PM
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desto posted on June 22, 2010 12:59AM
vera7 posted on June 22, 2010 12:51AM
iammarlo posted on June 21, 2010 10:23AM
 
Although pwedeng iwasan sa'min 'yan cause we have
both registered drug and food supplement products,
the truth is...
 
The BFAD announcement is obviously a violation of the
Traditional and Alternative Medicine Act of 1997.
 
Article II contains:
(d) "Alternative health care modalities" ? other forms of
nonallopathic, occasionally non?indigenous or imported
healing methods, though not necessarily practiced for
centuries nor handed down from one generation to another.
Some alternative health care modalities include reflexology,
acupuncture, massage, acupressure, chiropractics,
nutritional therapy, and other similar methods.
 
Pinagtatalunan 'yan.
 
And it is obvious that the BFAD directive favors drug companies,
which, a lot of alternative medicine doctors call "greedy".
 

tama masyado lang silang greedy kaya di nila inaaccept yung ibang nagagaw ng supplements...

sino tinutukoy mo sa term mo na greedy? BFAD? can you substantiate your accusation?

yes tama greedy sila kaya pinipilit nila kaya nilang magpagaling ng mga vitamins na iyan kahit walang therapeutic claim. 
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posted July 1, 2010 04:21AM
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walang bang kakayahan aNG  bfad at mali ang conclusion nila na walang bisa ang food supplements ng mlm kung paniniwalaan natin ang pahayag ng mga taga mlm mismo? may mga testimonya pa nga sila na napagaling daw ng kanilang food supplement ang cancer, diabetes, sakit sa puso at iba pang wala pang natutuklasang lunas ng mga dalubhasang doktor.
pano yan, tama ba ang mga mlm sa claim nila?
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posted July 1, 2010 04:47AM
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Kung ano anong sakit ang pinapagaling DAW - pero "No Approved Therapeutic Claims"... puro CLAIMS lang.
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posted July 1, 2010 05:26AM
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Syempre, may BFAD approved yun. :)
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posted July 1, 2010 08:16PM
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meron naman..impossible naman na mamarket if wala
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posted July 1, 2010 08:28PM
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tignan nalang yung product kung made in china.. lol

pero ako maghehesitate nga akong bilhin kung di approved ng bfad..
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posted July 1, 2010 09:35PM
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tsk tsk.. masama yang ganyan dapat check niyo ung products na sasalihan niyo
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posted July 1, 2010 09:40PM
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minsan may hiyangan din sa gamot or food supplement......
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posted July 1, 2010 09:43PM
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uhmmm.. minsan kasi kahit aprobado ng BFAD parang wala naman effect.. so mas mabuting magtanong na lang muna sa mga doctor kung ano ba talaga mas mabuting itake..
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