As a writer, I have a tip for you. When you hear about a new health movement, like Keto, the dangers of diet sweeteners, vaccines, or pandemics, do your research and read, read, read.
Nothing beats a good read – books, articles, white papers, case histories, and people’s experiences from all around the world. Nothing can top learning all that you can.
In today’s world, people are reading less – maybe it’s a result of the Internet, shoddy journalism, and the failing of the traditional newspaper industry and propagadised mainstream media. But, you can always weed through the questionable data and find some words of wisdom.
Here’s a tip to help you decide if what you are reading is worth your time:
- When reading an article, read the first paragraph and then skip down to the last paragraph. These two paragraphs will give you the point of the article, and you’ll know quickly if you want to dig into the details.
I don’t typically do this when reading a book, unless it’s not capturing my attention. Then, I’ll cheat to see if I want to stick with it or put it back on the shelf.
- When reading books and articles, beware of those using anonymous sources. I would never publish anything that was not well documented or proven to be authentic. I always include transcripts, research, and file the details about whatever I am writing about; this is critical, and a common courtesy when reading or writing.
Also remember that you don’t have to like every article that you read – you can pick and choose the best books. Bottom line, reading, and choosing what you read, is a gift. You’ll be all the wiser because being informed is a blessing.
Jump into the information vortex. Go down the rabbit hole and expand your world through words.
Reading can make you the best that you can be.
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Disclaimer: This article is for informational purposes only, and is educational in nature. The FDA may not have evaluated some of the statements. This article is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. Please discuss with your own, qualified health care provider before adding supplements or making any changes to your dietary program.
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