I rarely devote and entire blog to a single therapy. And when it comes to treating symptoms, I have never believed in magic bullets. But, if anything comes close, it’s good old vitamin C. Vitamin C (ascorbic acid) is a water-soluble vitamin that your body needs but does not produce on its own. It is […]
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Did you know that iodine deficiency is one of the leading causes of cognitive delay in children? And despite the concerted effort by organizations like the World Health Organization (WHO) and The International Council for the Control of Iodine Deficiency Disorders (ICCIDD) iodine deficiency is on the rise, especially in women of childbearing age.
In my recent blog post outlining , The Three Drugs That I Would Not Take I explained that pharmaceutical drugs mask symptoms—they don’t get to the root cause of the medical problem. In acute situations, they can save your life. And yes, sometimes they are helpful and necessary. But when an entire population has been led to believe that finding and taking the right drug for every ill is the Holy Grail of healthcare, we have a problem—especially since most health conditions respond so beautifully to holistic treatments.
Meanwhile, every now and then, our attention is very cleverly turned away from the treatments we’re led to trust without question (drugs) so as to stop us from doing the things that actually contribute to health—like taking vitamins.