There are many practitioners of Orthomolecular Nutrition that would disagree with you.
I can care less. I know a lot of natural practitioners that also prescribe dangerous progesterone creams, glandulars, DHEA, etc. I have found that many practitioners don't have a clue about medicine or how the body really works since most of them were conventionally trained or are groomed by the supplement companies just like the pharmaceutical companies groom conventional practitioners.
By the way do these practitioners also talk about the instability of the synthetic ascorbic acid they recommend or the problems with megadosing ascorbic acid such as oxalate production and rebound scurvy? Or are they also unaware of these facts?