Dr. Dean Edell, whom I met and interviewed in 2001, recently announced that he has retired from talk radio. His voice of reason, which generally favored facts, science and free choice in medicine, will be seriously missed. Read my interview with Dr. Dean about his book Eat, Drink and Be Merry and his thoughts on health and medicine as it appeared here, in the nation’s first newspaper, the Hartford Courant. I wish him all the best and hope he continues to speak out for rational science and medicine.
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Here’s another interesting take on eating habits from Schiff Vitamins: 10 Foods Women Should Eat More Often. The article is factual, informative, and better than most journalistic articles. Don’t be surprised if there’s something on this short, concise list that you hadn’t thought or known about. Schiff’s first line—that nutrition isn’t one-size-fits-all—also applies to medicine, health insurance, pharmaceuticals—and everything else that will be destroyed by the government’s planned takeover of the medical profession.
Schiff Vitamins promotes selfishness in this fact-based article about “10 Foods Men Should Eat More Often”: “Want to know the prescription for good health? Taking care of yourself.” Some of the health benefits of these foods you may already know, but this clearly presented top ten list bears repeating and most readers are likely to learn something about healthy eating habits, especially for men. Salt Lake City-based Schiff, founded in 1921 by a Hungarian immigrant named Eugene Schiff, develops, manufactures, and sells branded and private label vitamins and nutritional supplements in America and throughout the world.
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