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October 4, 2016

With so much conflicting information bombarding us about what food is “good” and what’s “bad,” we’re easily overwhelmed with choices. Some of the recommended regimens for various illnesses can seem overly restrictive—threatening to take the joy out of eating. Other recommendations just seem too difficult, relying on exotic ingredients that are expensive and hard to find, or preparations that are too tedious and time-consuming for a sick person to handle.

https://nourishingwords.net/2011/05/30/letting-food-be-thy-medicine/

Dr. Sushrut Jangi, an instructor of Medicine at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center in Boston, MA, posted an article entitled “The Nutrition Gap” stating how there is a disconnect between how patients and clinicians perceive diet in this country. “In America,” he says, “where the pharmaceutical industry is king, many doctors dismiss nutritional therapies as quack medicine.” Peruse the internet about nutrition and health and you’ll find that many people agree with him a...

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