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October 22, 2008


susan allport

Thought you would be interested in thos short omega-3 video:

The Healthy Librarian

Thanks, Susan! I LOVED THIS VIDEO and I'm going to take my omega-3 + a DHA capsule right now! Will try to take a look at your book as well. Thanks for the tip!


I am a judoka. I have some question about my Eating.
I like to send email to D.r susan kliner but I don't know her E.mail address.
Pleas Help me to find her E.mail address.


Waitaminnit -- that Vitamin D study used
"Eight subjects received 100,000 I.U. of vitamin D"
Per day.
That's a typical 100-gel bottle -- every day.

Control groups should have fed people that much pure gelatin and soy oil per day, it's a whole lot!

A couple of the citing papers cast doubt on whether there's a causal connection or a marker there and say it's premature to conclude Vitamin D can "cure" SAD.
(I'd also like to know their phototherapy protocol, it's easy to screw that up and bright lights can make things worse if the exposure is not individualized to each person's circadian timing).

Can you tell I've got my winter bright lights and dawn simulator going?
Yeah, I have wrestled with this for a very long while.

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