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What was the author's main message in pseudoscience
She is trying to tell us that the chemicals in the original ingredient has more vitamin c then the product’s that are made and the lie’s on the paper tv they think it is healthy by the ingredient in the project.
What are some of the differences between scientists and advertisers?
They do stuff like figure out what the item produce and other scientific stuff like what happens when you eat chocolate, veggies and all kind’s of stuff you eat and drink.
They hook people in by writing little paragrph’s like “carrrots can make you see in the dark better’’
There project is to show if the advertisers are actully true or just mking up story to hook people in.
And also blackcurrant raw has more vitamin c
And the drink blackcurrant has no vitamin c at all maybe like 3 or 4 vitamin c in it.
Write 3 sentences explaining something new you’ve learned from this reading.
I learnt that eating carrots doesn't make you see in the dark like a bat, also i learnt that blackcurrant raw produces more vitamin c but the drink that they make has no vitamin c at all. And also that some newspapers just lie some say chocolate is good for your head but only cocoa beans are the natural ingredient