Enlightened Planet – Bias and Credibility

Factual Reporting: Mixed - Not always Credible or Reliable


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Factual Reporting: MIXED

According to their about page “Enlightened-planet loves spreading our message of positivity to the world through social media. We are consistently trying to turn the tide of negative media by highlighting the good inside mankind.

In review, Enlightened Planet publishes a mix of positive stories as well as quackery level pseudoscience. For example, they promote miracle cancer cures such as this: Vitamin b17 is prohibited because is the cancer cure! And destroy any malignant tumor that the whole world knows! In these foods you will find this vitamin! They also have a story claiming that soaking your feet in vinegar will cause all of your diseases to disappear. Overall, this is a quackery level pseudoscience website. (D. Van Zandt 2/18/2018)

Source: https://enlightened-planet.com

Last Updated on May 24, 2023 by Media Bias Fact Check

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