Instead it was high fructose corn syrup and all those little, long-worded chemicals that mean: “you’re now a lab experiment. What will this do to you?”
There is a lot of information on health online. Most of it is fairly useless, and the rest tends to be in medicalese. Finding someplace in the middle, Naturopathic Doctor News & Review (NDNR) is written for the medical community by N.D.s
It seems a bit foolish that we need to do a study to show that the bread-and-butter of Naturopathic Medicine (or spouted-gluten-free bread and almond butter, if you prefer) is as effective as those same interventions by any medical group.
Just because magnesium and vitamin D won't help you become a stick overnight, there are still good reasons to try them.
The practice has received attention as possible child abuse...I found another study where Botox did not outperform placebo...there is relatively little research (on burning)...
My own preferred method of measuring weight is the usefulness scale.
Fifty years ago pneumonia would kill you. We still treat as if this is the case.
What we need to focus on how to get you well, to keep the system from going bankrupt.
In the news, crazy vaccine resisting Muslims are killing their children with Polio. Oops, nobody died, but they make it sound like they are from all this resisting. Oh, except back in 2007 the Nigerian epidemic was " a rare outbreak of a vaccine-derived form of polio in northern Nigeria
raise a glass of Maine made beverage to all those who do the work to feed us. Hurray for you!