In 2017, I was interviewed by the Huffington Post in my home town of Ljubljana, Slovenia. In the interview, I was asked if I'd like to become a "natural product doctor" because I was able to show a lot of evidence of why the mainstream health industry was not able to keep up with scientific evidence that suggests it is safe for you to eat natural products.
That was a very interesting question, but one that didn't really make sense to me at all. I just assumed they were just trying to get a sense of who I am. In the interview, I showed my credentials to them and I really thought I knew what I was talking about. However, I wasn't really sure about whether I was able to prove my ideas. I've never been a big advocate of taking vitamins, but I'm not a fan of taking supplements either. I don't think the supplements that are out there are great for anyone, because they are made from unnatural ingredients, usually derived from plants or animal by-products. I was a little bit confused on why they had asked about me being a natural product doctor if I had never been a natural product advocate.