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  1. mercedes_geach@yahoo.de' heart healthy diet plan
    Jun 19, 2014 @ 12:31:31

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  2. Dr. Michelle Kmiec
    Jul 24, 2014 @ 10:26:03

    Thank you! 🙂

  3. dr.walters@hotmail.com' Doug Walters
    Sep 26, 2016 @ 17:42:46

    Just a comment why do you call it holistic and not wholistic. Hole means empty no substance and whole means all inclusive and this is a better description for what you are doing

  4. Dr. Michelle Kmiec
    Sep 27, 2016 @ 12:21:39

    Hi Doug! Great observation and question. Though the word “whole” means “all” whereas the word “hole” can mean empty, because “Holistic” is based holism, meaning – entirety is why most use this spelling. Not to mention that the spelling of wholistic is not widely used or accepted as correct. But I agree with you! Wholistic technically would be the better choice.

  5. sojourners7@verizon.net' chris
    Jun 11, 2017 @ 23:22:24

    JMO, answer to question one: Codex Alimentarius (sp), the UN measure that endeavors to declare vitamins as “toxins” instead of beneficial and essential to human health. Its what got Vitamin C reduced to a laughable RDA of 60mg, barely enough to sustain life.
    Two, that interest would impact corporate profits adversely.
    Three: same
    Dr. Stephanie Seneff at MIT in MA, and the book Fateful Harvest offer a lot of clues about what’s happening and why. I’ve had so many of the same questions, ie what is at the root of this issue of increasing malnourishment? We’ve been trying to consume only organic for years, only to learn recently that the fertilizers used in such farming are too oft waste products from chemical industry blended and called “All natural” . And so the rabbit hole continues. Thank you again for all your great insights and articles Dr. Kmiec! Your work is very valuable and vitally important in these days.

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