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A Critical Look at Gary Null's Activities and Credentials, 11/4/2016
A Critical Look at Gary Null's Activities and Credentials

A Critical Look at Gary Null's

Over the years, Null has marketed a variety of supplement products. In the mid-1980s, his catalog included: Guard-Ion (an antioxidant formula claimed to help protect athletes from free radicals the body can't control), Gary Null's AM-PM Vitamin-Mineral Formula (a "revolutionary breakthrough in vitamin preparation" that provides the nutrients needed at the best times for the body's anabolic and catabolic activities), Candida Complex (to bolster the body's defenses against yeast infection), Endurance Factor (containing "all the nutrients and enzymes that have made Bee Pollen famous"), Energy Plus (a royal jelly tablet), Rebalancer (a "cleansing formulation" for adults exposed to air pollutants, pesticides, or preservatives, or who have "internal metabolic imbalances"), CoEnzyme Q10 ("may reverse deficiencies and improve organ function, especially in the heart), Sport DMG (an N,N Dimethylglycine product to "improve cardiovascular function and to enhance the body's natural immune response system), and Gary Null's Immune Nutrients ("to nourish and stimulate immune function, not merely at a marginal level of preventing disease and degeneration, but a positive level of striving for wellness and excellence, for optimal health").

Null says he holds an associate degree in business administration from Mountain State College in West Virginia, a bachelor's degree from Thomas A. Edison State College in New Jersey, and a PhD in human nutrition and public health sciences from The Union Institute in Cincinnati, Ohio. Two papers he co-authored during the early 1980s identified him as Gary Null, M.S," but I have seen no information about the source of that credential.

In January 2005, I received a threatening letter from attorney David Slater, General Counsel for Gary Null & Associates, Inc., who demanded that I remove a previous version of this article from Quackwatch. One part of the letter complained:

In April 2010, Null sued the manufacturer of Gary Null's Ultimate Power Meal. The complaint alleged:

Barrett S. Gary Null and the bee pollen infomercial. Quackwatch, March 1, 2005.

Complaint for declaratory and injunctive relief. Gary Null et al. v U.S. Food and Drug Administration et al. U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia, Civil Action No. 09-1924, filed Oct 10, 2009.

Defendants’ memorandum in support of motion to dismiss and in opposition to plaintiffs’ motion for preliminary injunction. Gary Null et al. v U.S. Food and Drug Administration et al. U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia, Civil Action No. 09-1924, filed Oct 28, 2009.

Order. Gary Null et al. v U.S. Food and Drug Administration et al. U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia, Civil Action No. 09-1924, filed Nov 10, 2009.

Complaint. Gary Null and Gary Null & Associates against Triarco Industries, Inc. New York State Supreme Court Case No. 10601070, filed April 26, 2010.

Amended complaint. Gary Null & Associates against Triarco Industries, Inc. New York State Supreme Court Case No. 10601070, filed May 10, 2010.

Verified complaint. William Schmidt and Jennifer Maslowski against Archon Vitamin Corp., Triarco Industries, Gary Null & Associates, Inc., and Gary Null, individually. New York State Supreme Court, filed May 10, 2010.

Verified complaint. Patricia Amato against Archon Vitamin Corp., Triarco Industries, Gary Null & Associates, Inc., and Gary Null, individually. New York State Supreme Court, filed June 8, 2010.

Complaint. Jack A. Shulman individually and as executor of the estate of Helen K. Shulman against Triarco Industries, Archon Vitamin Corp, Gary Null & Associates, Inc., Gary Null's Uptown Whole Foods, Inc., Gary Null Consulting, Inc. and Gary Null, individually. New York State Supreme Court, filed Dec 29, 2011.

How dare you call Gary null a quack!! he cares about peoples health! he helped my dying mother she had Parkinson's and fibro mialga, when doctors for years made her worse! all they did was give her pain medication and other things that turned her in to a vegetable... my self - I have suffered a life time of asthma allergies emotial dysfunction and pain.. and he has succeeded where you all have failed.. I can not believe the ignorance here.. its highly clear who the quacks are...I am appalled at this article.


Gary Null and the Bee Pollen Infomercial, 14/3/2005
Gary Null and the Bee Pollen Infomercial

Gary Null and the Bee Pollen Infomercial

One of the infomercials that the FTC challenged, "TV Insiders," featured what appeared to be an interview "via satellite" of Gary Null by the program's host, Vince Inneo . During his appearance, Null claimed that (a) the human body ages because it doesn't produce enough enzymes, (b) one way to slow down the aging process is to have more enzyme-rich foods, and (c) bee pollen is "loaded" with enzymes. These claims are false because, decreased enzyme production is not the cause of aging and any enzymes in bee pollen would be digested rather than absorbed. Null also said that eating bee pollen could have no side effects, which is untrue because some people are allergic to bee pollen.

In 1988, our company interviewed Dr. Gary Null as part of an infomercial production.

Vince Inneo: Now you know why we're going to Phoenix. Mountain-High Bee Pollen. Listen to what health and nutritional expert Dr. Gary Null has to say about it In the last 20 years Gary Null has written not less than 51 books, three of which are presently on the bestseller's list. He is a research scientist in the field of nutrition and publishes the Natural Living Newsletter. He's a world class lecturer at colleges and universities. He has appeared on such shows as the Phil Donahue Show, the Tonight and Today shows and has his own radio and TV shows. He is also a health food columnist for national publications. Materials from his investigations have been used by "20/20" and "60 Minutes." Gary Null knows his stuff. He practices what he preaches. Via satellite this is my Insider interview with Dr. Gary Null. Gary, this is Vince Inneo with "TV Insiders." Thank you for giving us the opportunity to talk to you. . . .

Gary Null: Thank you very much for inviting me. I'm happy to share any information on bee pollen that might help the people in the audience. What questions do you have?

Inneo: Welcome back to TV Insiders and our conversation with Dr. Gary Null. Gary, is Mountain-High Bee Pollen a drug, and are there any side effects to worry about?

Inneo: As I said, Dr. Gary Null is the authority on health and nutrition. He really does know his stuff.

Quackwatch, 17/4/2017
A Critical Look at Gary Null's Activities and Credentials

Gary Null (updated 1/29/12)

Cheers and Jeers from Quackwatch Visitors, 5/12/2013
Do I need to dedicate my life to helping people? I can see that Gary Null is on that list so I'm willing to be in that company.

Hey maybe I'll help a bunch of people lead a healthier life? How about it? Maybe I'll start my own list of MD's like yourself, sorry you have written so many books to help people, right? Or you have just made yourself rich attacking others? I sugest you get your ass out of your little confort zone and help others, as Gary Null has done, maybe then I'll buy your line of bullshit.

Promoters of Questionable Methods, 22/4/2017
Gary Null, PhD *

Questionable Organizations: An Overview, 21/4/2017
2. Who are its leaders and advisors? The International Society for Fluoride Research may sound respectable, but it is actually an antifluoridation group. The International Academy of Preventive Medicine (now called the International Academy of Nutrition and Preventive Medicine) numbered among its leaders Carlton Fredericks, Linus Pauling, Lendon Smith, and other promoters of questionable nutrition practices. The Health Resources Council was founded by Gary Null to promote "alternative" health methods.

Nasty Comments from Quackwatch Visitors , 4/6/2015
I read your article on Gary Null. I think you are a quack or an idiot, or maybe just well paid.

Position Statement on Human Aging, 8/8/2011
Null G, Campbell A. Gary Null's ultimate anti-aging program. Broadway Books; 1999.

The Diabetes Resource Center: What Does Its "Seal of Approval" Mean?, 2/12/2010
What does it mean if a product is awarded the Diabetes Resource Center's Seal of Approval as "a beneficial food acceptable for diabetic consumption"? This question arose when I found such a statement in connection with two products sold on the Web site of Gary Null. Searching with Google, I found about 50 other sites that offered a total of about 15 other products that had received the same award. I then searched for "Diabetes Resource Center" and found least three of them, but the relevant one turned out to be the Diabetes Resource Center, Inc., at 175 5th Street in Winter Haven, Florida. According to the Florida Secretary of State's records, this entity was registered on 3/27/97 and underwent "administrative dissolution" on 10/16/98 . The "registered agent" was Sandy D. Corlett, who is identified on many Web sites as the Center's president. The database also lists a for-profit entity called DRC Publications, Inc., which Corlett registered on 8/14/95 and reported as dissolved on the same date as the Center.

"Alternative Medicine": Views of a Concerned Layperson, 16/10/2006
There is clearly a battle between the proponents of "alternative" medicine and those of science-based medicine. I wish that I could say that the good guys are winning. But to be quite honest, I'm not at all sure that is the case, particularly in light of the many people I know with strong beliefs in "alternative" modalities. I have tried my best to educate them and have given them articles that I have downloaded from Quackwatch, but it is virtually impossible to reason with them. They have such an irrational hatred for the medical profession and the pharmaceutical industry that they would rather believe in the metaphysical nonsense of Gary Null and Bernie Siegel than go to a doctor.

The Medical Messiahs: Afterword, 20/11/2004
Gary Null, "Alternative Cancer Therapies," Penthouse, November 1979, 107-12, 212.

Immuno-Augmentative Therapy (IAT), 26/5/2004
16. Burton L. Televised interview by Gary Null, June 1988.

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