Nature does not give a damn if you live or die. E. coli, in particular, would prefer you dead. We invented pasteurization for a reason. If you consume dairy, please don’t fall for the raw milk hype.
Skip the vitamin K shot? The blame falls on internet misinformation, but it also falls squarely on the parents for deciding that their mom friends who took a two week class on essential oils knew more than their doctors who toiled away their entire 20s, skipping every party, getting a half a million dollars into debt, and jumping over incredibly high hurdles to prove that they knew all the most accurate research on how to care for your child.
Pulitzer Prize Winning journalist Eric Lipton omits evidence of shady backroom deals in organic industry, trashes world class geneticist Dr. Kevin Folta in suspect NY Times article.
If you want onions, have a fucking sandwich. Namaste.
At the very least, you are looking at 1,015 calories, something outstrips the large Shamrock Shake by nearly 300 calories. At the most, the Food Babe’s concoction tops out at about 1,500 calories. And all of the ingredients, of course, can be purchased through her Amazon Affiliate links.
Go buy a damned Shamrock Shake.
Doctors are great, but they’re also fallible. They’re only as good as the answers available to them. What happens when, one day, all the answers are readily available?
What’s the reputability of the information on a blog? Whose advice should you be staking your child’s health on? Someone whose only vetted qualification, as far as you know, is that they bought a website and they—probably—have a baby?