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India, South Korea, Brazil...
« on: August 27, 2006, 09:28:32 AM »
Was looking through the logs and surprised that members/visitors to this site have been from the United States, Canada, Mexico, Brazil, England, Scotland, France, Netherlands, Germany, Sweden, Finland, Israel, India, and South Korea

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Re: India, South Korea, Brazil...
« Reply #1 on: August 28, 2006, 11:20:23 AM »
This proves to me that people all over the world are literally starved for this kind of info.  Mr. DeVany is getting a million hits!  A million hits!!  Maybe more by now.  Prior to the internet, how would a person go about obtaining the info found on this, and Art's site, as well as other great sites? Where or who would you turn to? - your doctor?  Not likely, MD's seem to know very little about nutrition, in my experience.  Many STILL advocate a strict low fat diet!  I decided about 10 years ago that many of the physical (and probably mental as well), ills in our society were caused by nutritional deficencies.  I'm still trying to sort it all out - it's a difficult journey - but Iím already benefiting from what Iíve learned. Yes, there is a lot of junk out there to sift through, but eventually you find some theories and practices that just make sense!

Thanks for the site Eric!


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Re: India, South Korea, Brazil...
« Reply #2 on: August 28, 2006, 06:38:41 PM »
This proves to me that people all over the world are literally starved for this kind of info.  Mr. DeVany is getting a million hits!  A million hits!!  Maybe more by now.  Prior to the internet, how would a person go about obtaining the info found on this, and Art's site, as well as other great sites? Where or who would you turn to? - your doctor?  Not likely, MD's seem to know very little about nutrition, in my experience.  Many STILL advocate a strict low fat diet!  I decided about 10 years ago that many of the physical (and probably mental as well), ills in our society were caused by nutritional deficencies.  I'm still trying to sort it all out - it's a difficult journey - but Iím already benefiting from what Iíve learned. Yes, there is a lot of junk out there to sift through, but eventually you find some theories and practices that just make sense!

Thanks for the site Eric!


Damn straight man I agree with you 100%

I moved recently and was keeping a no-electronics policy at home so no TV no computer etc

But just had to cave in a couple weeks ago because I learn so much information online that it's really for research purposed and the occasional entertainment

(I do have a big screen HD video and sound setup but that's just for the occasional DVD)

To get back to your point you are dead on

The only sad part is those with low finances and low education are not online learning this stuff

But that is just part of life perhaps