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Old 05-12-2013, 17:36   #1
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Guillaume Belanger is about about as qualified to give professional nutrition advice as I am. And his sources are mostly dubious popular over extrapolating amateurs like Robert Young of alkaline urine fame. His opinions may be mostly true but they are second or third hand. It keeps coming back to that all the expensive medications in the world can not cure one of a mineral or other nutritional deficiency.

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Guillaume Belanger is about about as qualified to give professional nutrition advice as I am. And his sources are mostly dubious popular over extrapolating amateurs like Robert Young of alkaline urine fame. His opinions may be mostly true but they are second or third hand. It keeps coming back to that all the expensive medications in the world can not cure one of a mineral or other nutritional deficiency.
Well he more qualified that the average poster you read in this forum or any other like it in the internet. That is what is great about the internet you can read from a variety of sources determine for yourself if the advice is sound and used it to make your own investigation. You donít have to rely on appeals to authority, that many have had it wrong for a long time.
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