I have been tracking everything I eat for 7 days now in Cronometer, and it shows that my deficiencies are B12, iodine, and choline. So when they ask a vegan like me where do you get your protein (I get plenty of the essential amino acids and with only a 12% macro for protein), they should instead be asking where do you get your B12, iodine (no fish), and choline (no eggs). I already supplement with a B12 pill and have added either kept or seaweed to my diet for the iodine. Am considering adding a supplement for the choline. I read that choline deficiency can lead to fatty liver, and that choline deficiency is common.
If I were a scientist in a pharmaceutical company, I would study the chemical composition of turmeric, and identify what each chemical in turmeric does in the human body. Then conduct experiments with test groups to see how regular infusion of each chemical could benefit the health of humans.
The C Word documentary on Netflix was interesting.
Among other things, makes the claim that everyone has cancer cells.
Emphasis on a holistic approach to dealing with the disease or preventing its occurrence in the first place. Key factors are diet, stress, exercise, and toxins in our environment.
OMAD and autophagy.
If you want to improve your skin, hair, and nails, put collagen powder in your smoothies.