My friend who’s an M.D. told me that WebMD.com is one of the best ideas for a website but one of the worst for people’s health.
You’ve probably been there, at one point in your life, researching symptoms for yourself or a friend. But here’s what typically happens: you end up more confused than ever!
If you don’t know, WebMD is a website where you put in symptoms and it spits out diseases that you could have.
A few years ago, I wasn’t feeling at my best. My hormones were out of whack (I didn’t know that at the time), and I was searching for some answers. I knew I possibly had candida, but I wasn’t sure about the rest.
So I went online one day and looked up my symptoms on WebMD.
Oy vey! ( As my Jewish Auntie Annette would say.)
Apparently, based on my symptoms, I had every disease from cancer to AIDS.
I instantly saw how so many people can get confused when they’re using the web to get their health information.
And that’s not counting the countless other websites that contain poorly researched — or plain old false — health information.
This is why an appointment with Dr. Google, MD is not the best way to diagnose or treat any disease.
So where do you go?
As you know, I’m always looking for the best of the best…
It’s this kind of exhausting, somewhat-irrational mission that I’ve set out on — for almost every aspect of my life.
If I want cinnamon, I don’t go to the supermarket, I bring mine in from Costa Rica — because it’s the best I’ve ever tasted.
If I want information, I want it straight from the source. That’s why I interview experts and ask them questions that I want answers to directly. I won’t settle for information that’s been passed along a long chain of individuals each with their own bias.
It’s no different than that game of “Telephone” you played in kindergarten, where everyone sat in a circle and you whispered a sentence into the next person’s ear — only to find out how distorted it was after it went around the room once.
So I’m a seeker, but one that is discerning.
I get hundreds of emails a day. Many from readers like you who have questions that need to be answered. Many that could be answered with great programs and products that I’m always on the lookout for.
Some that even find me, since I get dozens of packages a month.
Every time I open one up, I’m hoping it’s something I could share with you that will help you get the results you want — but, unfortunately, they’re rarely any good.
Or at least not good enough for me to put my reputation on the line by promoting them.
But some actually are extremely useful.
Over six years ago, my wife Adoley and I created The Wellness Revolution, a teleseminar series where we interview the leading doctors, healers and medical researchers to get the real stories and what is working and what is just health industry hype.
It’s a never-before-published compilation of alternative health and medical discoveries. It features cutting-edge, state-of-the-art health information, alternative treatment options and effective solutions for virtually any disease or health problem you or your loved ones have, or might have in the future.
To use it you simply register at https://mywellnessrevolution.com and you will get some great free gifts to help relax, inform and nourish you while you are looking over the schedule of upcoming interviews and workshops.
You’ll find an amazing amount of in-depth, eye-opening information — often not just one, but several effective treatment options — and everything is spelled out in easy-to-understand layman’s terms.
If you want to read more about this teleseminar series or get it for yourself, then here’s the link to follow…
All the best!
So there you have it, something I think you will find of value — plus, your free gifts worth over $500 are waiting for you when you register to hear the free series.