After a great deal of research and questioning you’ve come to understand that the majority of chronic diseases are caused and fostered by poor diet and lifestyle choices and you want to change your’s for the better, how do you decide which diet and lifestyle to adopt? How do you determine the validity of the various claims made by those who follow and promote such an inconsistent variety of dietary and lifestyle choices?
The answer is, you have to drill down into them and assess the strength of the science supporting them and the motivation, character, qualifications and clinical or scientific experience of those promoting them. In addition to this, it’s important to look at epidemiological evidence and clinical trials, especially long-term trials. People’s personal experiences/stories can also be helpful but again it’s important to question motives. Read more . . .