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Notes: Global Healing Center is an alternative medicine website that primarily sells supplements, vitamins and nutritional products aimed at improving health. The website was founded by Dr. Edward Group III, a chiropractor (not a medical doctor) who is best known for his relationship to Alex Jones and his Infowars program. According to SimilarWeb, Global Healing Center is a popular website with an estimate of 3 million monthly visitors.
In review, Global Healing Center is primarily a store that sells nutritional and so called alternative medicine products. The website also features a blog that promotes pseudoscience to sell these products. For example, they promote Foot Detox, which has absolutely zero scientific evidence to support its effectiveness. Further, Global Healing Center is on Quackwatch’s questionable organizations list.
Overall, Global Healing Center is a quackery level pseudoscience site that is attempting to sell snake oil to the gullible. While there are certainly products on their site that may be beneficial to some small degree, the majority have zero evidence to support their efficacy. (D. Van Zandt 5/4/2018)