Categories Asides Snake oil bubbles Post author By Matt Post date July 27, 2011 6 Comments on Snake oil bubbles Snake oil? Scientific evidence for health supplements. Share this:Click to email this to a friend (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window) Related ← Constantinople + Usability → MS-DOS is 30 6 replies on “Snake oil bubbles” I do work for an M.D.that prescribes Omega oil(fish oil) to assist in after surgery healing. He has found it has helped a recent surgery he had in a mountain climbing accident. I take a good multi-vitamin plus a little extra vit. E and C. I’ve used Mellatonin off and on as a sleep aid and it works, that’s about it for supplements. As to the others, one day they’re great, the next day they’re worthless! You don’t know what to believe! If they work for you, or you think they work, more power to you. A lot of supplement “magic”, I believe, is in the mind. Love to see a version of that that incorporated the average cost of each item. I still swear by fresh garlic and garlic pills. As a kid I used to be force to take the cod oil stuff, but I think it was mostly a way of torturing me. God that was awful! Fresh lemons and limes, 1/2 squeezed into a pint of water. Make the water taste better too. Great read Matt and thanks for posting. Drinking plenty of green tea (up to 8 cups a day) certainly helps. Comments are closed.