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How to protect yourself from fake health news…

By Marcus Santer

nutella does not give you cancer

Did you see the news story doing the rounds at the start of the year about a “new organ” identified in the abdomen?

Well it’s BS.

The mesentery has been known about by doctors, researchers and anatomists for centuries. It suspends the entirety of the bowel and keeps it in place, preventing it from twisting on itself.

You can read the full story here.

To be honest, I’m staggered by the amount of fake health news on the web.

In spite of what you might have seen recently in your newsfeed…

Unfortunately I could go on.

So what can you do to protect yourself against fake health news?

Cos I agree, some of it is so convincing and some of it is supported and backed up by people who you think you can trust.

According to David Colquhoun, professor of pharmacology at University College London, fake health news is most often found “in areas where conventional medicine can’t do as much as people would wish.”

And the most important step you can take to protect yourself is to involve your doctor.

If you’re suffering from an illness or chronic condition and see an article or product claiming to provide a cure, discuss it with your doctor.

And if you want to go further, I suggest you read this article: How to spot a fake science news story, it’s got 10 top tips to help you.

I highly recommend it.

And when it comes to information you can trust about stacking the odds of a longer, healthier and more independent life in your favour, I suggest you invest in a copy of my book: The Healthy Ageing PyramidDiscover the 7 Health Packed Habits Proven to Help You Stay Young Your Whole Life.

How come?

Well, for starters it’s backed up by 142 references you can check for yourself to confirm what i’ve written is based on repeatable, reliable evidence.

It was also reviewed by respected authorities in the fields of geriatrics, ageing, health and fitness.

Most importantly perhaps, there’s nothing in it you don’t already know.

There’s no sexy fads, no need for any useless gizmo’s, or relying on unnecessary pills and potions.

It’s all – not so – common sense.

When you look at the studies on healthy ageing there are a number of habits they all agree on.

You’ll find them in the HAP.

But I’ve gone the extra mile and done two things to make it even more beneficial for you:

  1. I’ve ranked the most important habits and put them in order or importance. So you know where to put your efforts in order to get the most bang for your buck.
  2. I’ve created the HAP checklist. 25 questions you can work through to make sure you’ve got the 7 habits of the HAP nailed down.

I like to think of the HAP as the rock you can cling to when fake news and celebrity endorsed fads threaten to empty your wallet and take you off the path of proven healthy ageing.

There are no secrets folks.

And whilst it might have taken me 5 years to put The HAP together…

You can download your copy now.

Bye for now

Marcus

 

References:

[1] Don’t worry, Nutella probably isn’t giving you cancer http://www.theverge.com/2017/1/13/14266356/nutella-cancer-efsa-study-ferrero-palm-oil

[2] A clinical trial of amygdalin (Laetrile) in the treatment of human cancer. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/m/pubmed/7033783/

[3] The “Why Vaccines Don’t Cause Autism” Papers http://blogs.plos.org/speakingofmedicine/2017/01/20/the-why-vaccines-dont-cause-autism-papers/

[4] The creator of a bogus diet popularized by celebrities like Kate Hudson faces 3 years in prison http://uk.businessinsider.com/alkaline-ph-diet-founder-arrested-2017-1

[5] The facts about homeopathy http://edzardernst.com/tag/homeopathy/