Opioids are drugs that were created to work on the nervous system to relieve pain. They were designed for short term use. Continued use of only a few weeks can lead to physical dependence and withdrawal symptoms when trying to stop.
In the late 1990s, the pharmaceutical companies who created these drugs reassured the medical community that patients would not become addicted to prescription opioid pain relievers, and the medical doctors began to prescribe them at greater rates.
This assurance led to widespread use and misuse of these medications. It has now become clear that these medications could indeed be highly addictive.
Read the full article on Opioid Crisis
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.
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
As new study claimed that low carbs will shorten your life, here is a educational video by Dr. Berg giving you information about this latest study on Carbs
To Your Health