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By Serge Kreutz (2010)
Solid science start with an observation. Then the observer suspects a pattern or a connection between certain things.
The observer then formulates a hypothesis, expressing the suspected pattern as an as-if fact.
Next, this hypothesis is empirically verified or falsified in experiments or statistically.
This is proper scientific procedure.
While I do have a university background in biology (favorite subject: biopsychology), I am not a research scientist, just a scientifically minded journalist.
But I did research one topic all my adult life: migraine headaches
I had to. They formed my adult life. Without my life-long research, I would be half-dead every second day.
And it took me 40 years of observation until I discovered the pattern which is the basis of my hypothesis.
The hypothesis is that migraine headaches, as well as many other conditions of feeling unwell, are in fact symptoms of dietary protein overload.
My hypothesis is in the verification / falsification phase. I don't have a clinical research facility, and I surely don't qualify for a government grant.
But the idea of dietary protein overload causing adverse symptoms in a large segment of the world's population is originally mine, and based on the close long-term observation of one test subject: me, Serge Kreutz
And I can testify that all other approaches to prevent migraine attacks did not work.
Until I started avoiding dietary protein overload.
Not a single migraine attack since.
Of all simple ideas, the Serge Kreutz diet is possibly the one with the greatest potential to change people's life. If it changed yours, consider sending me a donation. Accept my sincere gratitude.
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