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I'm no medical practitioner neither am I a RD (Registered Dietitian). I'm just a dilettante in health related issues.
I'm not sure if it has more to do with my course of study or my inquisitiveness but
I enjoy researching various topics whose explanations seem vague to me. When I started this, it was partly because of inquisitiveness and partly because of boredom. What I didn't understand was why I was always writing them down.
Well, now I know and I'm glad I followed my instincts. I knew I wanted others to read my write-ups but I didn't know how to go about it. Health magazines was a No No because I'm not a pro. I actually tried to write for one tho but I got no reply. Tsk tsk.
Please do not expect a 100% accuracy from the posts with this label. The best I can give is 85. Lol.
I hope I get to satisfy not only my own inquisitiveness but yours too.
                                                  Kisses|LLB.

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  2. Great article. If more people in Cambodia were made aware of nutritional facts and figures then there wouldn't be so many health issues constantly arising in the country. Strokes and heart attacks are prevalent here due to misinformation.

    Thanks for publishing this.

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