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Re: L-glutamine dosage mmb

Posted by JLx on October 19, 2004, at 19:27:02

In reply to Re: L-glutamine dosage, posted by mmb on October 18, 2004, at 8:14:31

> Hi JL,
> take my advice - stop reading this crap tests or soon you will not be allowed to eat anything. I am so dissapointed with R&D industry that I am sick of their findings and results. As soon as someone gets a positive or negative result someone else finds out something totally different. No matter that they are PhDs or MDs I think they know as little as we, ordinary people, do. Just check the link that you provided for Omega and bipolar. Same testing can give you 5 different outcomes. This R&D industry is becoming ridicolous, really. BTW, did you know that during 1950's some established researchers claimed that smoking is healthy? This is how they work. A couple of days ago I read a study from Danmark I think where researchers concluded that supplementing antioxidants (vitamin C. E, selenium etc) does not make any difference what so ever on your health, either long term or short term. Can you belive that? So, take what's best for you and what makes you feel good. Forget all crazy theories from "researchers" that every second week find a different result for whatever they do. What can be worse than life long anxiety or depression?

Well, I think there's some value in the research, it's just a matter of sorting the bits and pieces. A lot of times when you find out the details of a study you can see why they got different results. And when it comes to alternative med, it's supposed to be holistic, so when they treat something like Omega-3 for depression as a med, of course that skews the results. Perhaps the people for whom it didn't work for instance, also needed something like magnesium. Or even, maybe they just were having some extra stress in their lives. Which is not to say that Omega-3 works for everybody, just that before someone says it doesn't work they should control for all possible variables, which isn't really possible. I think people should experiment on their own with something that sounds likely rather than listen to allopathic medicine gurus who say it doesn't work. If I had listened to my doctor I would be still suicidal! (Magnesium prevents suicide ideation for me.)

I've gleaned a lot from lots of the stuff that I look up or that people post here, just remembering to keep questioning and take some things with a grain of salt.





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