|Posted on Tuesday, June 10, 2003 - 3:08 pm: || |
I was so happy to get an email this week from a veterinarian with a website who is right on the same page with us. He pretty much came to a lot of the same conclusions we have here, independently of us. He has put the piece of the puzzle that had been eluding me into place. I was trying to figure out exactly why a lot of folks on this site have trouble with wheat. He has a theory that addresses it - and glutamate figures prominently in it. Please check out this site. I have only begun to explore it, but it looks like it will fill in a lot of the missing peices for us. I know he is a vet, and not an MD, but consider, it takes longer to become a vet - as they must learn many physiologies, not just one, and many of our problems have been now affecting our pets, since we've been feeding them what we eat. Most of the conditions we are suffering from, are now beginning to affect our pets more and more - food allergies, epilepsy, you name it. A definite must see: http://dogtorj.tripod.com His style is conversational and plain English, like MSG Truth, but in addition, he has the backing of a distinguished medical career and addresses the science through the eyes of a medical professional.
|Posted on Tuesday, June 10, 2003 - 6:10 pm: || |
Carol H: I agree with you. He helped me figure a few things out, like why coffee doesn't give me the crazy zings it used to (small matter but a mystery to me). Some of his various pages are a little preachy/etc but gosh I am most impressed overall. The biggest section is what he calls The Answer but I looked at all the sections. I do take exception with a few of his observations but am so interested that a vet working with animals came to the conclusions us people-folks have. Thank you again Carol for passing on the link.
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