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Much of what we are told about health, medicines, and nutrition is not based on sound, unbiased science and cannot be trusted. Medical school’s curriculum has been influenced by pharma and big food for many years, so most doctors don’t know the basics about nutrition or the vital role vitamins/minerals deficiencies play in causing and increasing susceptibility to diseases.

This is by design, I believe; it is much easier to control the narrative and push profitable vaccines, drugs, and procedures when all you have to do is to influence the guidelines and remove doctors’ ability to judge and prescribe what’s best for their patients. Compliance with the guidelines is enforced through a “carrot & stick system,”; rewarding and spending money on doctors to gain their loyalty while punishing and vilifying those who dissent and deviate from the guidelines.

 I am a chemist by education and worked in pharmaceutical research for several years before moving to other fields. I have always been fascinated by diseases and why we get sick and tried to understand through independent research.

This blog contains some of my research on various health and nutrition topics. I will continuously add to and modify this as I learn and encounter new information.

 

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Disclaimer: I am not a doctor or nutritionist; information shared on this website should not be taken as expert advice, obviously:-)

Also, just because I share information or videos from someone, it does not mean I agree with everything they say (or sell:-)

 

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  • On the state of current medical and scientific research, here is what Dr. Marcia Angell, senior lecturer of Harvard Medical School’s Department of Social Medicine and former editor-in-chief of the New England Journal of Medicine and author of “The Truth About the Drug Companies,” said: “It is simply no longer possible to believe much of the clinical research that is published, or to rely on the judgment of trusted physicians or authoritative medical guidelines.

 

 

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