Nice remodel. Keep up the good work.
That why I wrote my book: Feed Your Head. It's a national problem and disgrace. I'm sorry, but Mrs. Obama is not going to solve this problem.
We must do it at a grassroots level.
Feed Your Head
That's hysterical. I guess I have that disease. Sign me up for the meds. ROTFL
Sorry, but how can a reader find confidence at this site when there's a Jenny Craig ad staring me in the face.
It appears we're all selling something.
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Joe Mercola qualified as an osteopath. How he thinks that qualifies him to pontificate upon such wide range of subjects is beyond me. And he's not that well informed.
A short time ago, he said that the word salary derives from the Latin salarium - so far so good - but then went on to say that salarium derived from the fact that Roman soldiers were paid in salt.
That was so nonsensical that I politely pointed out that the word derived from the fact that Roman soldiers were paid money - their salarium - with which to buy salt. Source - the Oxford Dictionary of English (and anybody with more than a passing acquaintance with Roman history).
It does rather pose a question, though - if he's so ill-informed on something so widely known (or so easily verified), how up to speed is he on the really important stuff?
I hope Dr. Campbell knows he has supporters too. He can definitely count me as one of them. Here is a man who is trying to get people to eat their fruits and vegetables and stop eating junk food and crappy processed meat. We should all be grateful that someone even cares. The fact that many of his critics haven't even read his book to find their answers there first before blasting him with criticisms? That is very depressing, unfortunate, and a waste of everyone's time.
Well, if you do care too much, you probably will leave less and stressed. Mental disorder is abused, but I am sure that too much of obsession is harmful. Proved http://en.optimeez.com
I cannot believe this is true neither. Fun though to see how tough the discussion has got (: to be ostheopath or not to be (:
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