The wheat from the chaff

It is time we started sorting the wheat from the chaff and finding answers to our health and nutrition questions from those who are qualified to give them.

July 13, 2016 16:01
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Pouring milk

Pouring milk. (photo credit: INGIMAGE)


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A friend of mine recently posted on his Facebook page about someone who recommended that to improve his health, he should go off milk. Not dairy, but milk (whatever that means). Following that, other people posted things such as “Try eliminating flour, you’ll be amazed” and “I haven’t eaten eggs in a year and I feel great.”

This is when I began to feel the forces of black magic descending upon me.


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