Comment Policy

Debate is how we learn, so I welcome other points of view. However, this is not a free-for-all. Commenting is welcome as long as it is appropriate and adds to the evaluation of the post. Please no ad hominem attacks, conspiracy theory rants, or links to propaganda. This is a pro-science site; if you disagree with something on it, feel free to present your argument civilly and with supporting facts. The best skeptic is one who can change their mind in light of better evidence. Of course, if you just want to tell me that I’m awesome, that’s ok too.

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  1. Juanita Baumgardner said:

    I listened to you on Benny Hinn’s morning program. I would like more information on the complete idea of most diseases being caused by lack of minerals in our diet. Need research to be convinced. Not a victim of CF but an older person who is curious about many issues. Thank you for your time in this article.

    • Hi Juanita, I think you have me confused for someone else. I have not been on any radio podcast. I commend you in seeking more evidence for claims of mineral deficiencies. There is a lot of misinformation and sales pitches designed to make you distrust your doctors. Let me know if I can help further.

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