Apparently, you can make any claim with an Asterisk (*), so long as the asterisk clarifies that your claim isn't true. In one of Dr. Oz's latest press releases, the TV 'doc' touts apple cider vinegar (or any vinegar) as a miracle health benefit: it improves blood flow, prevents diabetes, encourages weight loss, and prevents cancer. But not too long ago on the Dr. Oz show, he caveats his claims by saying this: "
The geniuses who run the city of Bristol in the United Kingdom decided that glyphosate was SO dangerous that they were instituting a new one-year program, in which it would switch to vinegar as an "organic" weed killer. How's that working out? According to the Bristol residents, the whole idea, quite literally, stinks.