Sunday, December 18, 2011
More Medical Malarky
It amazes me. "Because it's difficult to lower phosphorus in your diet, your doctor may recommend a phosphate binder medication that can help control the amount of phosphorus your body absorbs from foods you eat" That's what some "doctor" says. Really? Is it difficult to lower phosphorus? What if you could lower it by choosing to eat more fruits and vegetables instead of corn and oats and such? Well you can, and people would, if the doctors and media were responsible.