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March 28, 2009



Regarding "How Healthy is Your Daily Diet? An $8 Urine Test Might Tell You"

Many people take diuretics, which can cause low potassium. The article does not mention this effect.

I take a diuretic, am vegan, and hardly ever eat anything other than vegetables (mostly dark green), fruit, and beans, yet my potassium level was at the low end of normal last time.

It's a good idea, but those diuretics have their effect!

Aviva Sucher

Regarding Dr. Oz and The Real Age Quiz website's "selling out" by selling devotees email addresses to big drug companies, I can only say how disappointing but really not surprising. Is there anyone left on earth that we can rely on to stand by their word? When is enough compensation enough, or is greed so powerful a drug that even the ones who seemingly have accumulated vast wealth cannot resist the temptation for more? I believe that there are moral and ethical folks out there, but you can bet that I will not be watching, nor reading nor listening to anything that Dr. Oz has to say from here on in, as his credibility has just gone down the tube for me.

Reminds me of a quote I once heard "To whom much has been given, much is expected"

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