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JAMA & Omega 3’s | Part II

In our last blog, we discussed JAMA and how their most recent study on the effectiveness of Omega 3’s as supplements for cardiovascular health may not be as accurate it states. Below, I’ve broken down the possible errors and why you shouldn’t rule Omega 3’s of your diet too quickly:   ERROR 1 The authors […]

JAMA & Omega 3’s | Part I

Recently, the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA) published a conclusion that fish oil for cardiovascular problems is not effective. The title of the article is Associations of Omega-3 Fatty Acid Supplements Use with Cardiovascular Disease Risk and was published on January 31, 2018. A better title would be “an example of an unscientific […]

Vitamin C & Vaccines | Part II

After last week’s blog, I began thinking about why there would be so much resistance to something simple as Vitamin C before and after vaccines. My current hunch is that the medical community at large has a HUGE investment in the obligatory notion that vaccines be safe and effective. Anything that undermines that dogma had […]