Tuesday, January 15, 2013|Ask Larry
Question: I noticed that on your web site you recommend a product called Relora Plex. It seems that you no longer carry this product. Is there a reason for this? Do you still recommend this product?
Larry's Response: Relora Plex is a combination product that is often used in time of stress, mainly directed at moderating the release of cortisol. It contains small amounts of important B vitamins and a blend of two herbs. I have no objection to the product. We removed it from our product line because we added three combination products from another manufacturer.
Friday, January 11, 2013|Bloggies
I have devoted many articles and blog posts to the benefits of using plain soap to clean teeth. It is far safer and more effective than any commercial toothpaste. Soap contains no added glycerin, no fluoride, no artificial sweeteners, no zinc, and no sodium lauryl sulfate. Just soap.
Soap is an excellent cleaner. The first test we did on our own teeth was over ten years ago. We found that our teeth were clean and still smooth in the morning after using just soap before going to bed. As time moved forward, people who have cleaned their teeth with soap discovered that practically ALL of their gum problems went away.
Tuesday, January 08, 2013|Bloggies
My son sent an article around to our family about norovirus. It's a pretty fascinating article for the Frieders family, because we're all a bit off, but it brings up questions unrelated to vomit.
Read the article here: http://phenomena.nationalgeographic.com/2013/01/02/the-norovirus-a-study-in-puked-perfection/
From the article: "It's estimated that in the United States alone, noroviruses infect at least 23 million people a year. Seventy thousand of them end up hospitalized, and nearly 800 die. Things are worse in developing countries, where people are less likely to get rigged to an IV to get pumped full of fluids. It's estimated that noroviruses kill 200,000 children under the age of five every year in developing countries."
Wednesday, December 26, 2012|Ask Larry
Your Question: Where can I find more information on acid reflux? Your explanation of the problem not being one of too much acid makes sense to me. Do you have any websites that you trust that may give me additional understanding of this? Everything from the general medical community (pub med, webmd, american college of gastenterologists) don't even mention this as a possibility. Thanks.
Larry's Response: Something doesn't have to be true to be believed. Tell a big enough lie often enough and EVERYONE will believe it.