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The Stealth Syndromes medRxiv study, revisited and thoughts for the future

The chart on the left was published October 27, 2020 in MedRxiv: as Investigating hsCRP as a clinical inflammation marker for human Bisphenol A food contamination offers protocol suggestions for conducting replicable, causal dietary intervention studies (doi: https://doi.org/10.1101/2020.10.25.20212282). By contrast, the chart on the right, from September 2021 mass spec data, revealed scant evidence of […]

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Hall flaws – Draft

A high-profile 2019 nutritional study headed NIH research section head Kevin Hall is coming under increasing fire for data and protocol shortcomings. In addition, the presence of avoidable confounding factors addressed in this post indicate more serious shortcomings than those already disclosed. The issue was raised widely when research watchdog, Retraction Watch, noted that the […]

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Trust Glass, Not Plastic

You can trust glass, but you can’t trust plastic for water bottles, dishes or other uses. While a small percentage are safe, no reliable guide exists, thus damning all plastics that contacts anything you put in your body. “BPA free” no guarantee Significantly, most plastics that claim to be “BPA Free” just have different types […]

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