Every other day it seems, there is a new study that is published which states that something is good for you or bad for you. It could be a study about food, or supplements, or how easy it is for you to get some dreaded disease. And there are many times that the study contradicts an earlier one And the next study contradicts that one.
Do we believe them?
You need to know that studies are paid for by tax dollars and by companies that have a vested interest in the study. They are looking to prove that you should take a certain drug, or prescription vitamin, or that you should be wary of a specific way of living.
Vested interest means that they may be out to prove their hypothesis so they can sell you a drug or prevent you from using the competitor’s product.
Then there is the overwhelming problem, that one study doesn’t prove a thing. There are so many variables, that you can’t possible expect that a 100-300 person study (people who have been picked for the study) to show something conclusively.
So next time you decide you should not take something due to the “latest” study. Read up what it really is. Find out the science behind the nutritionally sound concept of nutrition or what your body needs to function.
Or investigate the actual studies and what other studies have been done – you can find them on PubMed.com
I’ve often noticed a similarity between the symptoms of fibromyalgia and neuropathy. I even knew someone who was diabnosed as having fibromyalgia who tried the remedy for neuropathy (WSN Nerve Support Formula) with good results. I thought at the time that maybe she was misdiagnosed and really had neuropathy
Recently there was a study done on some people with small fiber poly neuropathy and half of them were found to have neuropathy.
Here is an article on Fibromyalgia which talks about these studies later in the article, and has a link to the actual study.
It would be nice to know that some people can get relief from their fibromyalgia by addressing it as neuropathy. I know how debilitating fibromyalgia can be,
What? Reverse Tooth Decay? I was surprised when I read this title as I’ve been told my whole life that once a tooth is decayed the dentist will try and clean it out with his drill and fill it. And thereby hopefully somehow saving the tooth. And, of course, if it is too far gone, the inevitable words, it will have to be pulled.
I myself have had too many teeth pulled and so was interested in finding out what this was about. I was surprised to find out that this research was done in 1922 yet I’ve never heard anything about it. Or maybe I wasn’t really surprised that the research was never followed up on. It is amazing the research you can find not acted upon if you search for it.
Here is the article, I very much want to share it and will be doing follow up research myself
Reversing Tooth Decay
To your Dental Health,
I’m amazed whenever I hear the words either in print or on radio or TV – “eat a healthy diet.” The problem is that it is never defined. Does a healthy diet mean you eat low fat?- some people believe that is true. Or is it that you eat lots of fruit and vegetables? What about protein – is meat okay?
I’ve heard lots of bits and pieces, but mostly its just “a healthy diet”. I’ve even heard that a healthy diet means you exercise … what? Am I supposed to somehow innately know what that means? Did I miss that in class one day? Surely there must be a definition somewhere.
There used to be a food pyramid, that got replaced by a plate showing what should be on that plate each day. Both seems rather silly and neither said anything about whether the food should be processed or GMO free. I always wondered who made these up – someone in the government, but not who or why they thought this was the ideal diet. I thought maybe they all voted on it. It somehow was made up by “nutritional educators”. Whoever that might be.
Try as I may, no one really gives you a definitive answer. It’s funny too because I’ve never heard someone actually ask for a list of what to eat. I never heard one of the health gurus come up what a list, or a guideline – just “eat a healthy diet”.
My search got some results. I found a nutritionist who actually printed off a list of foods to eat. Really.
You can read it here. Good Food.
I’d be interested in seeing what you think.
We found an article on How to Heal Cavities Naturally.
It appears that they’ve also read the studies that appear in our earlier link – which we will repeat it here Reversing Tooth Decay
We are currently doing the research on this and have also worked out a regime with a nutritionist. Will share it when we learn more and get results.
Read the Article on our Site. Dental Health and Dental Care
There is a book on the above and it not only gives you good information about dental care, but a regimen of what to take for health teeth.
Have you noticed how many people are getting knee and hip replacements. It is gaining support and someone with a lot of pain, is very happy with the fact that they now don’t have any pain.
Of course, it never addressed the reason that joints wear out. Since knee replacements are often followed by hip replacements, it might be good to find out.
And it would be good to find out before you go to have your knee replaced by an artificial metal joint.
Hip Joints, why they wear out? what to do
Autism is much talked about and effects 1 in every 45 children. There is a broad spectrum of symptoms and types of autism and it has grown due to this. There are a lot of theories about what causes it.
But is it something that can be addressed with diet that WILL make a difference.
After many years of not drinking coffee as I felt it wasn’t good for me. I found some new evidence that it actually is good for you. And this isn’t something coming by scientists doing research paid for by the drug companies, but by known nutritionists.
Here is an article by Dr. Mercola explaining some interesting coffee benefits
And one by Dr. Axe on Coffee Nutrition Facts
Worth looking into.
I have a quiz on my site to check on certain things that might stop someone from restoring health to their nerves. One question is do they eat processed foods.
Actually, so many people say they don’t eat processed foods, that I begin to wonder if they know what that means. However, what I want to communicate is that it is so important to read labels when buying food. No, eggs, vegetables and meat are probably okay – well unless they come packages and then I would still check the labels.
Here is an article on checking labels…
You Have to Check the Labels to Find Healthy Foods
And Processed Foods