The internet is an wonderful invention.  You can find almost anything on the internet.  I use it daily for work and nowadays for doing research as well. Most of our professional journals and information are on the web. I rarely get paper journals anymore.  But what about all the popular sites citing recipes, diets, must have supplements and medical miracles?   As a consumer looking for information, how do you determine what is credible and legitimate and may be of benefit vs that which is not credible and may be harmful? It is not the topic for this blog because our clinical lead and educator, Catherine Rose-Loveless, RD, is going to cover it in her upcoming post.

I came across a blog written by a Naturopath that I really like and as I’m not into reinventing the wheel, so to speak, thought I’d share it.  And yes, I read it on the internet and determined it to be credible.

The Importance of Healthy Digestion