Monthly Archives: June 2010

June 15 post – A Digression into the Poverty-Overpopulation issue

Again, I shall deviate from the usual and talk about something else for this post.  In fact, I shall be deviating quite far.  This is because of some recent news items that I have been reading that I feel need … Continue reading

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June 10 post – Misconceptions & Deceptions (part 5 – diabetes & sugar)

A rising “star” in the lifestyle diseases is diabetes.  It seems that everyone is (eventually) getting diabetes, as if it is some sort of fad that one MUST HAVE.  But what is diabetes? Diabetes is defined as a condition where … Continue reading

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June 3 post – Don’t just eat, eat local and in season

I shall digress from the series of posts on misconceptions and deceptions for a while and talk about eating correctly. Have you ever wondered why, despite eating “correctly”, you are still not healthy as you ought to be?  Many are … Continue reading

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June 1 post – Misconceptions & Deceptions (Part 4 – milk & osteoporosis)

One of the most popular deceptions in the health world is the peddling of (commercial) milk as a healtful drink – especially for women and for the elderly.  Their main argument (sales pitch) is to build strong bones and avoid … Continue reading

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