Anna Kaminsky's blog
When it comes to weight loss almost everyone you know can jump in with advice even before you ask. Most people have ‘heard’ a lot about one remedy or the other and would love to pass on the ‘knowledge’ to anyone who needs it irrespective of their actual weight gain problems.
To add to it, you have many half-baked blogs out there who are dishing out advice based on popular belief. The sad part is that a lot of these assumptions have never been tested and have no scientific backing. When you come across such advice, test if it works for you – or simply discard it. Here are 10 myth busters on weight loss
The "diet can cure autism" claims by many nutritionists and naturopathic doctors didn't slow down after Harvard Mental Health Letter publication, that talks about the factors that may be causing autism and the potential danger behind the so called “autism diets.”
The publication states that,
"Researchers have long disagreed about whether gastrointestinal problems may underlie some symptoms of autism spectrum disorders. This has not stopped some researchers and celebrities from promoting theories and special "autism diets" with no scientific support."
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