Saturday, January 14, 2017

Perhaps the biggest debate today, you be the judge...

Celebrating it's 10th year of publishing

HealthBlogger Special Report

This blog is devoted in trying to help people see the truth about supplements and diet, by showing you 3 interviews.
The first one is by physicist Michio Kaku, where he interviews a professor who he claims is one of the worlds authorities on aging.
I want you to see this mans logic.  He says supplements in the drug store have little or no value, while I would agree with him on that,
I might add, that they are produced mostly by drug companies, who are public companies with a huge profit motive. This professor has also written a book, which I believe shows him to have a profit motive. Yet in his discussion, he suggests supplements are of little value, and there is a profit motive to them being sold by companies. For some reason that makes them shady, but not so with book sales or pharmaceutically made products.
He also says that there is little or no research involved in nutritional supplements, is that even true?  I will let you be the judge by watching all 3 of these videos.  The second is by Dr Joel Wallach, BS, DVM, ND and the third, Dr Ed Park, MD. Their backgrounds are 
described in their videos.  Rather impressive ones I might add.

"Education is not the learning of facts, but the training of the mind to think." Albert Einstein

Resources to benefit from the ideas above:
The Paleo Diet
Recharge - Formulated by Dr. Ed Park, MD
90 For Life - Dr Joel Wallach's Programs

Recommended Books:

Always see a medical doctor and get a second opinion, from a nutritionally oriented practitioner before starting any program. This is called an Integrated or Complementary Therapy approach.


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