Cash Peters is not a doctor. He doesn’t even play one on TV. He’s just a guy who’s enthusiastic about health matters and wants to share the joy. If you’re enthusiastic too, then great, but you are responsible for your own body. You know yourself and your body better than anyone. Make up your own mind and do what’s right for you. 

Information contained on ‘Was It Something I Said?’ and prior to that ‘TV Swami’, is for entertainment only. It is not to be used for diagnosing or treating a health problem or disease. This is obvious. The blog is about me and my life. You should always speak with a qualified health practitioner or other healthcare professional before taking any medication or nutritional, herbal or homeopathic supplement, or adopting any treatment for a health problem.

If you have, or suspect that you have, a medical problem, promptly contact your health care provider. Never disregard professional medical advice or delay in seeking professional advice because of something you have read on TV Swami. Not that you would – you’re smart. But, incredibly, there are also quite a few people out there who believe absolutely what they’re told at all times and follow it blindly. I feel silly reminding you each time that this is about me, and nobody else. There is no advice here, and I have no suggestions you should take seriously. I’m genuinely not a doctor and know very little about health except for what other people have told me, and second or third-hand information is hardly something you should take as gospel. 
Any information or statements regarding dietary supplements on this site have not – repeat NOT – been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration and are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. So if you follow any suggestions on this site without the supervision and/or advice of a trained healthcare professional, then that’s down to you. You’re doing it at your own risk. 
To quote from Curezone:
 All humans are not identical!
What cures one person, may kill another.

What one considers good health, another calls illness.

Self-help requires intelligence, common sense,
and the ability to take responsibility
for your own actions.
This information is provided with the hope
that it may be helpful for those
who choose to take a greater responsibility
for their own health.

We are just ordinary people sharing what works for us.

 “Do not take my word for everything. Just listen to what I have to say, use what you can and discard the rest.” ~ Stuart Wilde

Hear hear.

Now, please move along. There’s nothing more to see here.


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