The following deceptive advertisement appeared in my church’s bulletin yesterday: Life Line Screening, the nation’s leading provider of preventive health screenings, will offer their affordable, non-invasive, painless health screenings in the church cafeteria on April 9th. Listen as the world’s leading physicians, researchers, personal trainers and nutritionists discuss the latest health news, including trendy diets and those with staying power. Positive effects on health were observed for patients with both asthma and COPD.
The programme which is a partnership between the Carnegie UK Trust and the Wellcome Trust offers grants of £5,000 – £15,000 to libraries to deliver creative and imaginative public engagement projects on health and wellbeing. I am heterozygous for C677T and A1298C, and have histamine intolerance and severe adrenal fatigue and multiple food sensitivities.
On 18 April 2017, the Government announced a $2 billion pay equity settlement for 55,000 care and support workers in New Zealand’s aged and disability residential care, and home and community support services around the country. Republicans trying to roll back the 2010 health care law are making their case all about premiums, trying to find ways to give states and insurers flexibility to design plans that cost less.
The problem is creeping into society at large, however, as we rely more and more on processed wheat, corn, soy and sugar, and less on wholesome food. To extrapolate from this single pre-clinical, animal study to population-based human health effects, as I pointed out, is ludicrous.
In stating that vaping is just as harmful as smoking, the Foundation for a Healthy Kentucky is lying to the public. I would urge you to consider the possibility of food intolerances (which can hamper blood sugar control, contribute to malabsorption, and aggravate neuorological issues) as well.