Although some of your recommendations are healthful, there are some very seriously unscientific and…
Susan Burke March
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Thank you for taking the time to read and critique my article Susan.

May I clarify your points:

Grounding — wording quoted from Dr Mercola http://articles.mercola.com/sites/articles/archive/2013/08/04/barefoot-grounding-effect.aspx

Dr Biffa also talks about the benefits and science of grounding http://www.drbriffa.com/2012/04/18/earthing-important-discovery-or-mumbo-jumbo/

I recommended Magnesium oil or Epsom Salts as supplementation because it is more bio-available than tablets. Assessing Magnesium levels through a blood test is not very accurate as most Magnesium is not in the blood but in tissues and undetectable. Dr Axe states that excess Magnesium taken through food will be flushed out without causing any problems. He also states that toxicity is very rare and signs will be diarrhoea and possibly nausea and vomiting. https://draxe.com/magnesium-supplements/ 
Yes, I stated that I sell it. I am a business woman and I wouldn’t call it irresponsible to merely point out a source to purchase Magnesium Oil.

With regards to red wine, it appears that there are many differing opinions on health benefits. The Authority Nutrition sites several articles when analysing the health benefits of it. https://authoritynutrition.com/red-wine-good-or-bad/ However, everything in moderation.

If we look back at populations over the years, there have been many remedies and treatments that have been used for not just decades, but over hundreds of years. Our grandparents told us that Cod Liver Oil was good for us and only a few years ago, science finally caught up and found that it is. Until then, it was unscientific and unproven, just an old wives tale.

Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) has been around for centuries and has little scientific research around it but it works.

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