FDA did not shut down Jordan Rubin. As far as I've read, the FDA told Jordan Rubin to stop advertising that his probiotics and remedies can treat diseases. He still sells probiotics and digestive enzymes, etc, he just isn't allowed to say they treat diseases like medicine.
(Even though the probiotics really do help CD). This doesn't have anything to do with the actual diet, as far as I can tell.
The Maker's Diet promotes eating natural nutritional food, which is good for people, especially us crohnies who need more nutrition than the average Joe.
It's because of the Maker's Diet that I can actually eat grains and veggies and fruits after years and years of not being able to touch them.
Chronietoo, can you please explain what part of the maker's diet is a scam? and where did you get this info? Thanks!
Post Edited (Roni) : 6/23/2010 7:43:13 PM (GMT-6)