THIS EXPLAINS EVERYTHING: Supplement Sold By Alex Jones Contains 6X Legal Limit Of Lead, Group Says

Newsweek reports:

The Infowars store — “a one-stop shop for the modern conspiracy theorist,” as Charlie Warzel of BuzzFeed once called it—is sort of like the Vitamin Shoppe remodeled by someone who, well, listens a little too closely to Alex Jones. You can find Wake Up America! Coffee (“Patriot Blend”) for the decidedly non-populist price of $17.95 per pound and organic frankincense oil ($19.95), whose “warm and spicy smell” is sure to fend off the New World Order.

But not all of Jones’s offerings are quite as harmless as essential oils or arabica beans. In fact, new research commissioned by the Center for Environmental Health (CEH) has determined that two products sold by Jones contain potentially dangerous levels of the heavy metal lead, which is universally known to be harmful to the body.

“The chemical was found in the Infowars Caveman Paleo Formula and the Info Wars Myco-ZX supplements. People who take the daily recommended dose of the Formula product would ingest more than twice the daily limit for lead under California law. People who take the Myco-ZX product would ingest more than six times the daily limit for lead under California law,” a CEH release said. CEH has announced that it has filed “legal notice” against Infowars for violation of California’s law governing public exposure to toxic chemicals.

  • Leo
    • GayOldLady

      I was waiting for that shoe to drop!

    • Blake Mason

      Pigs… all of them. And not the good kind.

    • Ninja0980

      Fire them all.

    • Karl Dubhe

      This story is older than the movies are.

      The producers have the opportunity, a biological urge, and the money that lets them think they can pay off any protestor.

  • mikeinftl

    Lead head!

  • Canadian Observer

    Well judging from his behaviour I would be much more worried about mercury poisoning than lead poisoning.

  • Pollos Hermanos
    • Does it come in banana?

      • RKitty01

        chocolate malt

    • Uncle Mark

      MMMMM…Smaller versions of Jim Bakker’s slop buckets. Eat enough of that to see Jesus riding dinosaurs

      • Tawreos

        Probably taste better

        • Uncle Mark

          I think so too…plus I have stomach ulcers, so I prefer something that covers everything in one coat

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    • yes b’y

      awww the good ole days

  • TimCA

    If Jones consumes his own supplements this might explain a lot of things.

  • Henry Auvil

    Most horny males without the benefit of vast sums of money and power are content with just jacking off. What is it about M&P that makes men get all rapey? Huh, Harvey? Roger? Bill (O and Cos)? Donald??

    • The_Wretched

      Lack of accountability. Sometimes it’s access to potential victims.

    • Todd20036

      Makes them feel entitled to the point that women are sex toys, not humans

      • JWC

        about this # Me Too Think of all the young males who cannot speak out. Have been coerced, fondled subjected to or raped by these same threatening monsters

        • Addam Miller

          Or just those of us who have been victimized. Regardless if the offender was a person of financial influence or not

          • JWC

            There seems to be a different code of ethics when it concerns a male. Almost as if you could have stopped it or fouught them off. That totally ignores the circumstances

          • David Walker

            “Real men don’t get raped” was the thinking until fairly recently. “A real man wouldn’t let anybody do that to him” was another. There was something on FB a couple of days ago asking women to acknowledge if they’d been raped. And I really did feel excluded. Rape is horrible. AND it’s horrible when it happens to you. And men ARE raped. Of course, the preponderance of cases involve women as victims, but believe me…that’s not 100% of the cases.

          • JWC

            No it is not the case, I would suggest an unproven percentage of 30-40% But men do NOT nor are they encouraged to talk about it Psychiatrist would take weeks to discouver that

    • Tawreos

      Surrounding oneself with yes men leads one to believe that everyone will say yes.

    • CanuckDon

      There really needs to be some in depth discussions around this. Men who find not only enjoyment in self-pleasure but no shame as well, tend to be those who aren’t money-obsessed and power-hungry….and it’s all relative. Power seekers are usually driven by a need to prove their worth not only to others but to themselves.

  • Tatonka

    This confirms my suspicion that most of his viewers grew up eating paint chips.

    • Joe in PA

      And still are apparently. 🙁

  • rednekokie

    This man is a total off the wall idiot — totally certified numbskull — absolutely crazy — and the moron of morons (except for tRump).

  • Lazycrockett

    Isnt this a good thing?

    • Todd20036

      to be fair, the only ones exposed are idiots who buy into Alex’ horseshit

  • fuzzybits
    • Tawreos

      Call me when they have Snozzberry flavor

      • Jon

        Who ever heard of a Snozzberry?

        • popebuck1

          We are the music makers,
          And we are the dreamers of dreams.

          – Willy Wonka, quoting Arthur O’Shaugnessy

  • Hank
    • The_Wretched

      I agree it’s worth the read.

  • geoffalnutt

    He’ll blame Obama, of course.

    • Prost Seattle

      It was all in Hillary’s emails. She had the kids make the stuff in the Ping Ping Pizza shop before she cannibalized them.

      See Alex, I can do this too.

  • BearEyes

    Makes everything taste a little sweeter.

  • Ragnar Lothbrok

    Kinda Reminds me of what I saw yesterday :

    • Karl Dubhe

      Trust Vegans as far as I can throw them… That’s rubbish. If you have to lie to sell your ideology, it sucks.

      • Ragnar Lothbrok

        I wondered why there was no link sourced.
        I’m no vegan, but today’s corporate chicken sucks in every way possible.

        • PickyPecker

          Corporate chickens have no taste.

          • Lumpy Gaga

            I don’t want corporate chickens with good taste. I want corporate chickens who taste good.

        • Karl Dubhe

          I know, but it’s not actually poison. 🙂

  • Anastasia Beaverhousen
  • Cuberly Deux

    So sue him.


  • Halou

    The effects of lead consumption of brain development in minors:

    Does Alex Jones sell his products as ‘kid friendly’?

    • Cattleya1

      Maybe this would be an opportune moment to analyze Jim Bakker’s slop buckets.

  • JoeMyGod
  • TrueWords

    Tangy Tangerine contains all of these nasty metals that Alex Jones harps about the Illuminati is trying to kill you with.

    • The_Wretched

      Humans can’t digest pollen. And if you want glucosamine and chondroitin, especially at non-trivial amounts, just eat the knuckles and other cartilage from chicken. if you want more than 125mg of those amino acids, drink a drop of milk. …what an entirely useless and potentially hazardous product.

  • JoeMyGod

    Alex Jones drinks Caveman. Now with more lead!

    • David Walker

      Caveman. How butch.

      • Librarykid

        Brutish might be more apt.

    • olandp

      “People pay Alex Jones $45 for a jar of chocolate flavored chicken juice.” -John Oliver

  • Joe in PA

    OK, so I’m a manufacturer of “supplements”…who in their fucking right mind would go “ok, I think I’ll put a bunch of lead in this formula”?

    Ok, I guess I answered my own question. Alex Jones.

    • Tulle Christensen

      An aspiring alchemist. turning lead into gold by selling the lead for gold?

    • The_Wretched

      Not just china but a number of manufactures put in ‘filler’ materials and then spike the product to get it to pass tests. One of my fav examples was a ‘water pearl toy’. They coat beads with a chemical that reacts when wet. You arrange the beads and then wet them and they fuse. Turns out the linking molecule is a hallucinogen if it’s 13 atoms long between the end groups and it’s less expensive to make the shorter molecule than the longer ~ 20 atoms (non hallucinogen) one. They work the same for the toy.

      • -M-

        I guess that’s better than baby formula and pet food with toxic melamine to fake the protein levels.

    • Cattleya1

      They probably are either having this crap manufactured in China or they are buying Chinese raw ingredients.

  • Macbill

    “Puts lead in your Pencil”

  • Tawreos

    I see Alex is trying to keep his viewership up by damaging their brains in more than one way now, this may be some smart marketing.

    • Halou

      Nothing will be done about it because Alex Jones is a close personal friend of Donald Trump. If anything federal regulations will be relaxed and Executive Order signed to impose the same low standards upon the states.

  • Halou

    Some key facts courtesy of the World Health Organisation.

    1. Lead is a cumulative toxicant that affects multiple body systems and is particularly harmful to young children.
    2. Lead in the body is distributed to the brain, liver, kidney and bones. It is stored in the teeth and bones, where it accumulates over time. Human exposure is usually assessed through the measurement of lead in blood.
    3. Lead in bone is released into blood during pregnancy and becomes a source of exposure to the developing fetus.
    4. There is no known level of lead exposure that is considered safe.
    5. Lead exposure is preventable.

  • FAEN

    LMAO-of course it does.

  • Harveyrabbit
    • Natty Enquirer

      Heavens! they are tasty and expeditious.

  • Natty Enquirer

    Speaking of poison, it’s another Unhealthy Air day around the Bay as the weather clamps down a noxious haze of wildfire smoke.

  • another_steve

    Might the human race have run its course and be ready to disappear into the miasma of extinction?

    Please weigh in, JMG sisters and brothers.

    If the answer is “yes,” I have two unopened boxes of Mallomars I want to finish first.

    • Tawreos

      Are you hoping the answer is yes so that you get to eat all of the Mallomars?

      • another_steve

        Well, yes.


        • bambinoitaliano

          You need to stock up.

          • another_steve

            They say that we should never defer happiness. I’ve never quite understood that, actually.

            Does that mean I can eat an entire box of cookies at one sitting?

          • bambinoitaliano

            One box? Don’t be going all diet conscious now.

          • another_steve

            Years ago they came out with a bogus, phony substitute for Mallomars called “Pinwheels.”

            I and other Mallomars lovers hate them.

            Cheep and tawdry imitators, they.


        • Tawreos

          In that case, yes the world is coming to an end. Enjoy!

    • Cattleya1

      I’d rather finish a bottle of good bourbon.

      • another_steve

        Bourbon is excellent but for reasons known only to the universe, it aggravates my reflux and gin never does.

        In Judaism we recognize two major miracles:

        (1) the parting of the Red Sea by Moses; and

        (2) the failure of gin to cause reflux in another_steve.

        • Cattleya1

          I didn’t used to like gin, but in my dotage, I’ve made my peace with it, if it has lots of lime juice and club soda mixed in. I still don’t get martinis.

          • another_steve

            Hear ya. In my experience, the well-prepared martini is the most perfect cocktail ever devised by humankind. And believe me, I’ve tried every imaginable cocktail in my day.

            Martini lovers differ on point. Some prefer a glass of gin that’s been “rinsed” with vermouth. Some prefer a 50/50 – half gin, half dry vermouth. Some prefer a drier version – perhaps 3 parts gin to 1 part vermouth, or 4 or 5 parts gin to 1 part vermouth. Individual tastes vary.

            Key is the use of quality ingredients.

            Life’s much too short to skimp on these.

  • bambinoitaliano

    If these morons are stupid enough to buy from this blowhard and died from his products, Praise Darwin!!!

  • TampaDink

    I think that these supplements would be best when using tainted tap water from Flint, MI.

  • Sam_Handwich
  • liondon#iamnotatraitor

    I thought the lead exposure was from all the guns.. silly me.

    • nocadrummer

      No, but you’ll be sh!tting bullets after it!

    • Prost Seattle

      Actually, we had a fun range in Bellevue, WA that had excessive lead e posture levels.

      • leastyebejudged

        And gun nuts dump this into their environments without ANYBODY seemingly giving a shit.

        Also, Washington State’s L&I is a product of the scumbag Californians that moved there in the 80’s-90’s escaping California’s regulations.

        ALL indoor firing ranges are contaminated, ALL environments recreational shooters frequent are contaminated.

        Read the article again and ask yourself, who’s looking out for me ?

        Clearly, nobody in State government at L & I gave a SHIT about anybody.

  • Uncle Mark

    Hmmmm…Toxic RWNJ Propagandist sells toxic supplements (for when you can’t catch his show). It’s my favorite one-stop toxic shop.

  • lattebud

    The issue is regulation. If we didn’t have these rules, than his products would not be deemed dangerous So, we need to deregulate /s

    • David Walker

      Sounds like you’ve been paying attention these last 10 months.

    • leastyebejudged

      Without enforcement regulations are almost insignificant.

      Where are the regulators that allowed these products to be sold in the first place ?

      Oh, right, the USA abandoned giving a shit about consumers a long time back.

  • Uncle Mark

    Mmmm…now in polonium flavor !! Just add heavy water.

  • Vira

    Only six?

  • nocadrummer

    Symptoms of lead poisoning:

    [✔] Developmental delay.
    [✔] Learning difficulties.
    [✔] Hyperactivity.
    [✔] Irritability.
    [✔] Loss of appetite.
    [✔] Weight loss.
    [✔] Sluggishness and fatigue.
    [✔] Abdominal pain.
    [✔] Vomiting.

    Yep. That pretty well covers the loyal listeners.

    • GanymedeRenard

      I’d be inclined to exclude loss of appetite weight loss, considering the obesity rates in the Bible belt. Maybe also hyperactivity. Other than that, it looks like an accurate list.

  • DaveMiller135

    Some sort of Second Amendment solution?

  • Adam Stevens

    His all-natural meth substitute contains broken glass shards, and 7 tears from a gay frog.

    • GanymedeRenard

      LOL! Sounds like a witch’s potion – Halloween is around the corner after all.

  • JAKvirginia

    Oh STFU!! Only RWNJ’s will buy this crap. Who cares if they croak? There are children in this country who go to school hungry. Focus!!

  • Peter Wong

    Don’t excess lead levels damage human brain functions too? But then, maybe the average Alex Jones listener’s brain functions were already damaged to begin with.

  • GanymedeRenard


  • Cucker “Dick” Tarlson

    The more his products are “attacked by libruls” the more he’ll sell.

    The more they sell, the more his followers consume lead.


  • Coprolite

    And I thought it was the lead dust from the gun ranges that was making them crazy. Ingestion rather then inhalation.

  • Cuberly Deux

    Best comment string I’ve seen on this, over on Gizmodo:

    Commenter #1: “So this would explain why Jones carries on like a shrieking maniac — lead poisoning…”

    Commenter #2: “No, that’s due to the high levels of mercury in his Super Virility and Mega Patriot dietary supplement.”

  • CharlestonDave

    Joe, you are really outdoing yourself today with the headline-writing. Bravissimo!

  • Skeptical_Inquirer

    Can’t someone sue him for damages if they get sick?

  • leastyebejudged

    ALL OTC supplements are of questionable value and of questionable composition.

    Every time non profits test products they find objectionable shit and cease and dissist orders in the mail.

    How this is linked to pill culture, and how expansive that culture is should alarm everybody, but obviously nobody cares in the USA so long as the drug money flows.

  • Charlotte Spak

    Clown rump is a follower of this delusional demented crazed psychopath suffering from brain damage from lead poisoning?
    It just gets better and better.

  • Eric Anderson

    Exposure to high levels of lead may cause anemia, weakness, and kidney and *brain damage*.