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Six links for August 2013

Here’s a selection of articles I’ve tweeted/facebooked/google-plussed about this month. I jumped off the social media hamster wheel for a few weeks so the list is shorter than usual.

  1. More applications for hallucinogenic mushrooms
  2. Another condition to investigate if you’ve been chronically, mysteriously ill: high oxalates
  3. Prickly pear for jet lag. Hangover & high blood sugar, too. (Available as juice or tablets.)
  4. Why the 3,500 calorie daily diet of 19th-century Victorians is better than ours
  5. How chicken feed led to discovery of vitamins
  6. Nurse practitioners offer patients more non-drug approaches than doctors

Adventures in Nutritional Therapy

Ten links for July 2013

Here’s a selection of articles I’ve tweeted/facebooked/google-plussed about this month.

  1. Until the insomnia cooling cap hits the market, would this pillow work?
  2. Anxious? Stressed? Visit a therapy llama!
  3. Blogger Stefani Ruger on using Epsom baths and diet to manipulate calcium levels
  4. Searchable public database lists side effects of vaccines: medalerts.org
  5. Ecstasy pills OK’d for Vancouver PTSD treatment trial
  6. Blame bacteria if you start putting on weight
  7. How chicken feed led to the discovery of vitamins
  8. What mid-Victorians can teach us about nutrition and health
  9. Prickly pear offers new remedy for jet lag
  10. Magic mushrooms can erase fear in mice

Adventures in Nutritional Therapy