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Lisalea
Thursday, March 22, 2007, 3:22am Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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http://www.naturalhealthtechniques.com/Diet_Nutrition/food_cravings.htm

I came across this intereresting site and wish to share it  


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Lisa, this is a fair list but please be aware that every food craving is caused by a wide-range of individual factors, excesses, deficiencies, ect.  A one size fits all list is very misleading and the same type of 'in-the box' thinking.

Also, for those that might pursue the rest of this site, it is important to understand that this Doctor and the type of Naturopathic practicioners that she and her site are advocating are what are call 'mail-order' or 'internet' naturopaths.  They do not go through the extensive training and years of rigorous education that N.D (Naturopathic Doctors) such as Dr. Dadamo and other go through.  Instead many recieve their degrees on-line.  The feud between these two groups has a long twisted history, but often times these are the people that prevent ND's (who are schooled and qualified to be general practicioners) from gaining that right in many states.  Currently they are who are fighting licensure in New York.

Ok rant over



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good point!

always read whatever with btd perspective in mind.

you ll be surprised at the many mistakes you encounter!


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And Lisa, please don't take what I said the wrong way, my little rant was in no way directed at you, I know you innocently saw it and thought it was interesting.........so no worries dear, just needed to show all sides on this one......



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The way I read the article was like this: the first column gives you a list of cravings and the second column gives you the explanation for it.

I couldnt find a one size fits all approach to it.



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Quoted from lkpetrolino
And Lisa, please don't take what I said the wrong way, my little rant was in no way directed at you, I know you innocently saw it and thought it was interesting.........so no worries dear, just needed to show all sides on this one......



Hi Laura  

No worries ... I do NOT take things personally; however, thanks for ur concern and I'll say this also: I agree with u totally and completely; the reason I wanted people to look at this site is to get an idea about cravings, I'm in NO way shape or form advocating or advertising that people have a phone consultation ... I would NOT personally and if I had the chance, I would go see the big man himself Dr. D'Adamo; he's the one that fascinates me by far ...

Oh and btw Laura ... I always appreciate ur posts, I find u quite knowledgeable and interesting !!
Thank-u for ur input and please do NOT stop !!!


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good point!

always read whatever with btd perspective in mind.

you ll be surprised at the many mistakes you encounter!





Oh yes Lola ... I " always" read whatever with BTD perspective in mind and it suits me just fine  
Thank-u  


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Thank you for sharing this with us.

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Whether correct or not, things like this can always give a person ideas.  Like, I always crave ice.  And my mom has always said that I'm low on iron.  So however correct or incorrect something like this is, I think it could give some good ideas as long as someone doesn't follow it blindly.  But thank you for sharing this!
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Interesting article .  I could have some truth, but who knows.


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My pleasure and I will continue to share anything and everything that I find that might be of interest ... 'cause knowledge is power !!


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