Health and Nutrition

12 Responses

  1. Joan Rudloff says:

    You talked about vitamin K2 and B12 on this blog recently. How much should I be taking.. I am 60, female, and going vegan . thanks

  2. Pat says:

    There seems to be a link between soy and gay kids.

    “Soy is Making Kids Gay” (6 part series)
    by Jim Rutz
    http://www.wnd.com/2006/12/39253/

  3. Loretta says:

    my husband has Parkinsons Disease.
    He loves soy milk. Could this be the cause? Or make it worse?

  4. Barbara in VA says:

    Hi: Just a note. About 4 or 5 years ago when I got really interested in learning what a healthy diet really is, I discovered Dr. Mercola. One of the first things he warned about was eating (or drinking) soy products. The reason is that soy, along with corn and now maybe even rice, had been genetically modified (by Monsanto, of course). He said the only soy products that were safe to eat were fermented products. Here is a link to one of Dr. Mercola’s articles about soy products:

    http://articles.mercola.com/sites/articles/archive/2004/08/04/fermented-soy.aspx

    Maranatha!

  5. Loretta says:

    Barbara, thank you for the article.

  6. Loretta says:

    Thank you John for the love of God first and the love of people which you show by all you do to help and inform folks.

  7. Mary E. says:

    John,
    Just wanted to let you know the lead story in todays local paper had to do with the flu shot and seniors,65+. The CDC has admitted that the flu vaccine is efective in only 6% of the senior population who have taken the vaccine. For those under 65,the vaccine is 27% effective. It makes me wonder why they released
    that info considering you can’t go anywhere with out the mantra,”Get Your Flu Shot” posted in every grocery,drugstore,etc.

  8. Kathie says:

    My experience with D3 has been very positive. Far fewer colds and flu than I used to have since I started taking it. In my case it is 8000 to 10000 IU per day but others stay health with a good deal less.