Firstly I am certain we can all agree that the human body is complex. What may work for one, may not work for another.
We can all site examples of dietary fads, trends, techniques, etc…
Some work for some, not all work for everyone. As it seemed to me, an individual was having problems with a severe, or possibly soon to be severe, guilt complex. Rather than dwelling on this antiquated anachronistic perception of guilt, I merely tried to relieve some of it.
We in American society take the doctor’s word at everything else in life. Take for example second hand smoke. Not one hard fact, yet numerous corralaries (sp?). We have accepted generally that one should not consume second or even first hand smoke.
We can observe exercise. Why do we do it? A whole industry has developed to support it? Why? Doctor’s believe it extends life. Will it? Well again no hard facts. Corrolation does not equate to causation. But in our mind’s it will suffice. What about all the lead in paints. It is bad. Doctor’s don’t like. We removed it from house paints…did people survive before we removed the lead from paint? Of course.
This particular health related issue is in the same vein. Certainly there are numerous supporting articles, but sure nothing concrete. Will you adopt first and second hand smoking too? Or will you stop trying to stay healthy? Or will you abandon any other habits like eating rabbit food and the like?
Again let me state. Before one has an issue with their “guilt” check what other sources say on the matter. In this case a simple google search on the related topics will yield information the concerned individual can reference.
Only you can stop guilt