I got an email from the Cairo West editor on May 13th.
“Would you be able to quickly put together an article for us on dietary supplements? We’ll need it in a couple of days.”
Of course, we happened to be having an issue with our Internet at home at the time. For a reason unbeknownst to us our service just stopped working. I considered turning it down, but this is exactly the type of article I want to be writing – the kind that busts some of the myths surrounding nutrition. So ensued a frantic race to get our Internet fixed so I could write this article.
Several calls to technical support, 2 missed technician appointments, a visit to the service provider’s office, and a new wireless router later I finally had my Internet back. Here a link to my article:
If you want the take home message – supplements, unless prescribed for specific medical reasons, are pretty much unnecessary. Save your money and focus on eating a diet full of fresh, whole foods. You’ll be much better off.