Chiropractor discusses diet

Apr 28, 2011 Full story: Medford Mail Tribune 15

Miven Donato, a Medford chiropractor and raw foods advocate, will discuss sugar in the American diet at a lecture that is part of the Rogue Valley Health Fair series.

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Wisdom

Newark, NJ

#1 Apr 28, 2011
During their schooling, chiropractors do NOT get actual clinical experience in dietary or nutritional work. So, how exactly do these quacks claim to be qualified to do just that?

An investigation needs to be done.
Aerial View

Buffalo Grove, IL

#2 Apr 28, 2011
Wisdom wrote:
During their schooling, chiropractors do NOT get actual clinical experience in dietary or nutritional work. So, how exactly do these quacks claim to be qualified to do just that?
An investigation needs to be done.
Yes, the above jackass (wisdom) should certainly know. Afterall, he's never been to chiropractic school, never attended medical school and doesn't have a license to practice any sort of health care. But, hey, take his word for it. And while you're at it, take his word for what he said about nurses. In wisdom's own words: "All nurses are quacks since they didn't need to take an entrance exam to get into nursing school."
What a dumb ass.
Aerial View

Buffalo Grove, IL

#3 Apr 28, 2011
What the perpetual liar and fraud, wisdom. keeps lying about, is chiropractic education.
One of his favorite lies is, "Chiropractors don't get any training in diet and nutrition in chiropractic school." Well, dumb ass, I graduated from chiropractic college, and yes 'expert'(he he) we DO get training in diet and nutrition.
What wisdom does not know (as any REAL chiropractic expert should) is that there are over 50 different post graduate chiropractic certification/and or board certification training programs (with extensive clinical experience) available to licensed chiropractors.
See, the fraud, wisdom, would like you to believe that chiropractic education ends on graduation day.
Let's see here. When an MD graduates from medical school, does his/her education stop there? Say, I think any MD is capable of performing open heart surgery with no additonal training after graduation. This is what wisdom begs you to believe. He knows nothing about medical and/or chiropractic education.
See? Wisdom is a dumb ass. He does NOT know about post graduate chiropractic training. He has NO clue.
This is the same dumb ass who called all nurses 'quacks'. And not just once. Wisdom has referred to nurses as 'quacks' dozens of times.
factual

Saint Paul, MN

#4 Apr 29, 2011
Wisdom wrote:
During their schooling, chiropractors do NOT get actual clinical experience in dietary or nutritional work...<snip>..
I will ignore your pathetic, desperate Ad Homs, and ask you for your evidence supporting your above 'claim'.
Thank-you in advance.
Wisdom

Newark, NJ

#5 Apr 29, 2011
Here's the evidence knucklehead. There is NO actual clinical experience that any chiropractor gets in treating, "patients" with nutritional therapy. NONE.

You're free to claim otherwise, its a free country. Chiropractors are notorious for making up claims and cures, You are no different.

I'm more than familiar with the "nutritional" training that chiropractors receive in chiropractic school. A couple classes in basic nutrition is all. Period.

You want to claim that some chiropractors take classes in nutrition "after" graduation. Fine. Again, NO actual clinical experience.

You want nutritional advice, see a registered dietician. They receive both didactic training and ACTUAL clinical training.

Gee, did I just expose another chiropractic myth? Too bad.

And gee "factual" did you just defend your lying quack colleague "aerial"? You must be very proud.

Aerial View

Buffalo Grove, IL

#6 Apr 29, 2011
Wisdom wrote:
Here's the evidence knucklehead. There is NO actual clinical experience that any chiropractor gets in treating, "patients" with nutritional therapy. NONE.
You're free to claim otherwise, its a free country. Chiropractors are notorious for making up claims and cures, You are no different.
I'm more than familiar with the "nutritional" training that chiropractors receive in chiropractic school. A couple classes in basic nutrition is all. Period.
You want to claim that some chiropractors take classes in nutrition "after" graduation. Fine. Again, NO actual clinical experience.
You want nutritional advice, see a registered dietician. They receive both didactic training and ACTUAL clinical training.
Gee, did I just expose another chiropractic myth? Too bad.
And gee "factual" did you just defend your lying quack colleague "aerial"? You must be very proud.
See? The 'great deceiver', wisdom, just lied again. And yet again he would rather I not post the truth. The truth is that chiropractors DO get extensive nutritional training IN chiropractic school (look at the course outlines at any chiropractic colleges--it's that easy to expose wisdom as a liar) and chiropractors can also take extensive post graduate courses in clinical nutrition and become board certified. Wisdom, who claims he's an 'expert on chiropractic' did NOT know this. In fact, he's just about completely ignorant of ANYTHING dealing with chiropractic. He doesn't know about post graduate training. He said so himself.
Let's also not forget it was wisdom who called all nurses 'quacks'. So yeah, take this jerk's word on everything.
factual

Saint Paul, MN

#7 Apr 30, 2011
Wisdom wrote:
Here's the evidence knucklehead. There is NO treating, "patients" with nutritional therapy. NONE.
You're free to claim otherwise, its a free country......snip< inflammatory ad homs<.......
Really? Seriously?? UMMMM---let's be perfectly clear Wizzy--- it is YOU that is making claims, not I.

Why do you feel so threatened when asked to provide evidence supporting your claim? Your reply provides NONE. Why? Are you adverse to objective, citable, academic exchange? Can you not support your claim(s)? Why?
Wisdom

Newark, NJ

#8 Apr 30, 2011
Oh please, as if you have any facts to support the claim that chiropractors get actual clinical experience with nutrition.

I've been to chiropractic schools and their clinics. At best, they get some rudimentary classroom instruction in general nutrition.

Get your fact straight before you go defending the indefensible.

Chiropractic is filled with unfounded and bizarre claims. your protestations not not change those facts.

And really, here we have aerial, a "licensed chiropractor" blatantly lying about nurses. And you are deafly silent. Gee, what a surprise.
Wisdom

Newark, NJ

#9 Apr 30, 2011
It looks like I was giving chiropractors a liitle more credit than they deserve.

At "life chiropractic school" one of the world's largest which has produced more chiropractors than just about any chiropractic school,.....

has as their nutritional education "requirements", just 1 and 1/2 classes in nutrition.

See for yourself.......

http://www.life.edu/Requirements_to_Become_a_...

And then, notice how all their students are required to learn "LIfe toggle".

life toggle is a bizarre chiropractic treatment in which the chiropractor will tweak/"toggle" the side of your neck to treat every disease/ailment/illness that their patients present with. There is NO evidence that toggle is good for anything. Period.

These people are bizarre. in this day and age to even imagine that this kind of quackery is taking place, well, frankly, is very disturbing. These people should be investigated and prosecuted.

Don't ever forget, I am one of the world's foremost experts on chiropractic. it is my pleasure to help put an end to chiropractic quackery.
Aerial View

Buffalo Grove, IL

#10 Apr 30, 2011
Wisdom wrote:
Oh please, as if you have any facts to support the claim that chiropractors get actual clinical experience with nutrition.
I've been to chiropractic schools and their clinics. At best, they get some rudimentary classroom instruction in general nutrition.
Get your fact straight before you go defending the indefensible.
Chiropractic is filled with unfounded and bizarre claims. your protestations not not change those facts.
And really, here we have aerial, a "licensed chiropractor" blatantly lying about nurses. And you are deafly silent. Gee, what a surprise.
Wisdom just lied. He just lied so I must repeat. He clearly is not an expert on chiropractic--only in his own mind. No one, and I mean NO ONE else except his creepy self thinks he's an expert. Oh, pardon me, and the creepy posters like "callahan" he makes up.

See? The 'great deceiver', wisdom, just lied again. And yet again he would rather I not post the truth. The truth is that chiropractors DO get extensive nutritional training IN chiropractic school (look at the course outlines at any chiropractic colleges--it's that easy to expose wisdom as a liar) and chiropractors can also take extensive post graduate courses in clinical nutrition and become board certified. Wisdom, who claims he's an 'expert on chiropractic' did NOT know this. In fact, he's just about completely ignorant of ANYTHING dealing with chiropractic. He doesn't know about post graduate training. He said so himself.
Let's also not forget it was wisdom who called all nurses 'quacks'. So yeah, take this jerk's word on everything.
DrCallahan

Rockville Centre, NY

#11 May 1, 2011
Wisdom has only posted facts. One need only read the life cc link that he posted. In truth, chiropractor receive very little nutritional training, at least compared with nutritional experts like registered dieticians.

And please aerial, I know you once claimed to be a chiropractor. Wisdom never said nurses were "quacks". That kind of dishonesty does not serve our profession well.
Aerial View

Buffalo Grove, IL

#12 May 1, 2011
DrCallahan wrote:
Wisdom has only posted facts. One need only read the life cc link that he posted. In truth, chiropractor receive very little nutritional training, at least compared with nutritional experts like registered dieticians.
And please aerial, I know you once claimed to be a chiropractor. Wisdom never said nurses were "quacks". That kind of dishonesty does not serve our profession well.
Whenever the loser, and perpetual liar, wisdom, loses the argument he break out "callahan" to agree with him.
Fact: No matter how many made up posters wisdom gets to agree with him, he's still a fraud. Wisdom IS "callahan" and, well, "callahan" IS wisdom. Doesn't get any more pathetic and desperate. Thus, I repeat:

Wisdom just lied. He just lied so I must repeat. He clearly is not an expert on chiropractic--only in his own mind. No one, and I mean NO ONE else except his creepy self thinks he's an expert. Oh, pardon me, and the creepy posters like "callahan" he makes up.

See? The 'great deceiver', wisdom, just lied again. And yet again he would rather I not post the truth. The truth is that chiropractors DO get extensive nutritional training IN chiropractic school (look at the course outlines at any chiropractic colleges--it's that easy to expose wisdom as a liar) and chiropractors can also take extensive post graduate courses in clinical nutrition and become board certified. Wisdom, who claims he's an 'expert on chiropractic' did NOT know this. In fact, he's just about completely ignorant of ANYTHING dealing with chiropractic. He doesn't know about post graduate training. He said so himself.
Let's also not forget it was wisdom who called all nurses 'quacks'. So yeah, take this jerk's word on everything.
Wisdom

Newark, NJ

#13 May 1, 2011
Looks like chiroquacker aerial has very little respect for his own colleagues. What a surprise.

And now I'm Dr. Callahan? Gee, not too delusional. Not to mention paranoid.

Here is another little factoid for you all.

A lot of chiropractic nutritional "training" is gotten in "Applied Kinesiology" seminars. "AK" as it is known in chiropractic was founded by one of the most bizarre scam artists ever born, George Goodheart.

For example, chiropractors are taught that you can determine "nutritional deficiencies" by "muscle testing". Ex. Put a little zinc on the tongue and push down on the arm while the patient resists. If the muscle is "weak" or "strong" the chiropractor claims that you need this mineral and sells you the supplement.

Beyond stupid and bizarre.

Understand, NO actual clinical training in nutrition.

Gee, did I just expose more chiropractic quackery? Sorry ..

Lock these quacks up.
Wisdom

Newark, NJ

#14 May 1, 2011
Maybe I'll expose the bizarre chiropractic practice of "surrogate testing".

It involves determining nutritional deficiencies of a child, for example, by muscle testing a mother while the child sits on the mother's lap.

This is a widespread practice within the chiropractic enterprise.

Lets put it bluntly. There is no evidence that supports any of this nonsense.

the chiropractic diaper has to be emptied. Too many innocent people are being defrauded.
Aerial View

Buffalo Grove, IL

#15 May 1, 2011
Wisdom wrote:
Looks like chiroquacker aerial has very little respect for his own colleagues. What a surprise.
And now I'm Dr. Callahan? Gee, not too delusional. Not to mention paranoid.
Here is another little factoid for you all.
A lot of chiropractic nutritional "training" is gotten in "Applied Kinesiology" seminars. "AK" as it is known in chiropractic was founded by one of the most bizarre scam artists ever born, George Goodheart.
For example, chiropractors are taught that you can determine "nutritional deficiencies" by "muscle testing". Ex. Put a little zinc on the tongue and push down on the arm while the patient resists. If the muscle is "weak" or "strong" the chiropractor claims that you need this mineral and sells you the supplement.
Beyond stupid and bizarre.
Understand, NO actual clinical training in nutrition.
Gee, did I just expose more chiropractic quackery? Sorry ..
Lock these quacks up.
AHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH HA AH AH HA HA HA! Good one, loser! No, great one!
Wisdom, the loser who calls all nurses 'quacks' wrote: "Looks like chiroquacker aerial has very little respect for his own colleagues."
I sure do, loser, but not you. Nice try, though. Callahan IS wisdom. The fraud, wisdom, has been beating this dead horse now for quite some time. Give it up, fraud.
Folks, wisdom made up callahan, he was exposed as such, and is, well, you know, doing something all liars do--sticking to their original story no matter how big the lie.
Yes, I have respect for my REAL colleagues, not the made up 'wisdom idiots'.
I have no respect for wisdom. None. He's a liar and a creep and to top it off, he called all nurses 'quacks'. Wisdom's own words: "All nurses are quacks since they didn't need to take an entrance exam to get into nursing school." Wisdom's EXACT words on nurses.
And, yes, please google chiropractic and nutritional training for yourself. Don't take the liar's word for it. See for yourself. Thousands of chiropractors are board certified in clinical nutrition and received hundreds of hours of actual hands-on training.
Wisdom is a liar. He simply does not know about chiropractic post graduate training. He said so himself.
And don't forget, wisdom called all nurses 'quacks'. Take my word for this--I won't let anyone forget that.

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