Would you feed buttered white toast to someone suffering from obesity? It’s a silly question, isn’t it? Of course you wouldn’t. That would be counterproductive and even damaging. This seems like common sense that doesn’t remotely require a medical degree. Why then are so many hospitals feeding patients with foods that can, and do, more harm than good?
My sister, Samantha, has been struggling with a rare auto-immune disorder called Dermatomyositis. It’s a mouthful, I know. Among the many dastardly effects of this disorder is inflammation.