Information addict that I am, I spend a large percentage of my life reading. News articles, medical journals, college textbooks, free books on scribd.com, whatever I can get my hands on! But right at the very top of my list of “enjoyable reading” are articles written by fellow bloggers; I read dozens each week!
How selfish of me to keep all of these informative, engaging, well-researched articles to myself! But no longer. Every Saturday morning I share my favorite top ten posts from the previous week.
So here’s the line-up from this week (As you can see, there is 8, not 10. Our bloggers have been slacking off due to the holidays ):
A must read for anyone who takes vitamin pills! This is a great resource on what to avoid. On another note, it’s a prime example of why there are so many health-related studies with conflicting results. It’s always important to know the facts behind a study!
Here are two more interesting articles on whole foods as vitamins:
And here’s what one family takes instead of multivitamins!
OK so I had to include at least one recipe! I’ve been trying to eat more liver lately, and I don’t mind the taste but a lot of people do. If any recipe could make liver look absolutely delicious, I’m pretty sure it’s this one!
Here is a great article on saturated fat, well, because you can never have too many of those on a real food blog:
A collection of real stories related to vaccine injuries. Very sad.
And last, and probably most importantly, an article on another cancer doctor who is facing huge opposition:
“Dr. Stanislaw Burzynski is being placed on trial primarily for designing and prescribing personalized gene-targeted cancer regimens to terminal cancer patients.”