for the people who have been asking for sources, here’s one for this one if you want to read more (:

Okay, you claimed 90% of people with Schizophrenia have an allergy to corn, wheat, or milk. You linked to 3 sites. None mentioned corn allergies at all. Milk was only mentioned in relation to eating wheat. And while wheat was mentioned, through gluten intolerance, the WebMD news story says in the very first paragraph, “Investigators say the link, if proven, could lead to new treatment options for a small subset of schizophrenic people.” They mention in the second paragraph that 3% of people with Schizophrenia might benefit from the the diet. Later in that story, they mention that 1% of the population of the United States has celiac disease, which is commonly associated with gluten intolerance.

Now, there are a lot of things associated with a risk of schizophrenia. A mother having the flu during her pregnancy can increase a child’s risk of the disease, which is part of why children who are born in the late winter and early spring are more likely to have schizophrenia. A person who has a family member with the disease has an increased chance of having schizophrenia, but it is higher the more closely related the relative is to that person.

Most of your “facts” are utter crap. You know why? Half of them are jokes. The other half are just utter nonsense. Do you know what the word fact means?

fact: a thing that is indisputably the case; information used as evidence or as part of a report or news article

Your posts don’t live up to that definition. So, maybe you should call your blog, “idiotic shit that some poor saps might believe but is otherwise unimportant and unworthy of any attention at all.”

About Janet Morris

I'm from Huntsville, Alabama. I've got as many college credits as a doctorate candidate, and the GPA of some of them, too. I have a boss by the name of Amy Pond. She's a dachshund. My parents both grew up in Alabama.