We believe that you should be in charge of your own health. You own all of your decisions, and all of the results. We love hearing from people who have worked with us, worked with their doctors, and produced life-changing results.
Richard does have a Ph.D. in nutrition. He loves to help people, and he has serious geek tendencies around holistic health and medical research. But he isn't a medical doctor, and he doesn't give medical advice. Nor do any of his friends you read here - not even the ones who are doctors.
Our site and electronic communications are conversations with a friend, and with his wider circle of friends.
To be really clear:
- For medical advice: you need to talk to your health care provider directly.
- You must not rely on the information on this blog as an alternative to medical advice from your doctor or other professional health care provider.
- You should never delay seeking medical advice, disregard medical advice, or discontinue medical treatment because of information on this blog.
- You should tell your health care providers about any supplements you are taking. Just as some drugs mean that you should avoid certain foods, some supplements don't play well with some medications.
- Here are some tips to start better conversations with health care professionals around magnesium's interactions with some drugs - and how some drugs can lower your body's magnesium levels.
Your body, your choices. To your health!