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- Overall, this is a health and nutrition website that promotes pseudoscience quackery.
Bias Rating: PSEUDOSCIENCE
Factual Reporting: LOW
Press Freedom Rank: MOSTLY FREE
Media Type: Website
Traffic/Popularity: Medium Traffic
MBFC Credibility Rating: LOW CREDIBILITY
Natural Health 365 is a health news and opinion website that is very heavy on pseudoscience. The website was founded by Jonathan Landsman, who does not disclose his education or profession, although he describes himself as a “health and fitness writer” on social media.
Funded by / Ownership
The website does not clearly describe ownership and therefore lacks transparency. Jonathan Landsman appears to be the owner. Advertisements and a shop that sells supplements and pseudoscience products generate revenue.
Analysis / Bias
Natural Health 365 promotes miracle cures through food and herbs, anti-vaccination propaganda, GMO fear promotion, and big pharma conspiracies. The majority of articles focus on anti-GMO propaganda such as this GUILTY: Appeals court slams Bayer, says Monsanto acted with reckless disregard of safety
In 2020 – 2021, the website frequently published misinformation regarding the coronavirus and vaccines such as this BOMBSHELL testimony: COVID shot equals genocide and famous doctor slams government leadership for “following orders” and this Coronavirus UPDATE: Massive coverup exposed by bioweapons expert. The ladder article promotes a conspiracy theory that Covid-19 is a bioweapon. While it may have been created in a Wuhan lab, there is zero evidence to indicate it was willfully created as a weapon.
Failed Fact Checks
- Cheap soy sauce is made from the hair of Chinese convicts. – Unproven
- See above examples
Overall, this is a health and nutrition website that promotes pseudoscience quackery. (D. Van Zandt 8/22/2017) Updated (10/08/2022)
Last Updated on October 8, 2022 by Media Bias Fact Check