The other day, I picked up a dietary supplement from a chain drugstore touting itself as an "effervescent health formula." (Side note, the author had to look up the definition of effervescent.) It was accompanied by the FDA disclaimer found on most supplements, stating that, "This product has neither been evaluated nor tested by the FDA and is not intended to diagnose or treat any disease."
Happy Halloween everyone! I thought I'd give you a break from dispensing candy to trick-or-treaters and give you some Phase 1 food for thought. (Hmmm… that sounds like it could become a regular column title. I'll have to see if Doug has trademarked it yet…)
As "alternative" medicine becomes more pervasive in our society and as the general public becomes more aware of, and educated on, the science behind eating and exercising properly in order to attain good health, the age-old notion that fat is bad for you is being dispelled.
Hey everybody; I hope you all have had an excellent weekend! I just got back from the gym at school. It's been a while since I've been there, so I'm gearing up for a sore day tomorrow. But it had to happen sooner or later I suppose.
We are right in the middle of holiday season which means a couple of things for Americans. It is time to see all those relatives who might as well be perfect strangers for the rest of the year. This can prove to be a good or a bad thing, depending on your family. Secondly...........