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Nutrition Feedback

by Ron Kurtus

Each day readers send in questions and feedback concerning the various lessons in the School for Champions website. A total of 10 letters have been answered.

List of most recent 15 letters




Suggested resource Resources UK
Suggested resource Resources USA
Suggested nutrition resource Resources USA
Great nutrition resources Resources USA
Suggested health resource Resources India
How much does this course cost? General USA
How important are bananas to our health? General USA
Is it OK to take Acai Berry Juice and Allopurinol? General USA
How to grow taller? General USA
Richest in animal proteins General South Africa

Next 15 letters


Suggested resource

September 25, 2016


Hey Ron,

I noticed you are linking to a few nutritional sites and blogs on your website, but you don’t have a link to

Have you seen it yet? Their blog has a ton of nutritional content for anyone looking to live a healthier life, and it’s helped me out so much in my quest to become fitter and happier. Their latest post also helped my girlfriend finally choose a protein powder to include in her diet - she really struggled to work out the differences beforehand, so the post was a lifesaver.

Thought I’d let you know as adding it to your list might help other people out too.

Hope you’re having a lovely day! Keep up the good work, I really enjoy School for Champions.


Matthew - UK (27324)


Thanks for the suggested resource. It looks like good stuff. I added a link at Nutrition Resources.

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Suggested resource

August 7, 2016


Hi Ron, my name is Pete and I was referred to this resource page by Mike at, who's a peer of mine.

I run a personal health & fitness blog called, the main goal of which is to show people, as substantiated by legitimate science, how to lose weight and get healthy as easily as possible. I have a number of how-to articles, as well as articles discussion common practical hurdles, like how to handle going out to restaurants, family dinners, etc.

With so much confusing misinformation out there, among many other problems, a lot of normal people out there falsely believe health is inaccessible to them, and my goal is to show them that it's not.

Anyway, I noticed at the bottom of your resource page that you're open to suggested additions, so I thought I'd email to say hello and suggest my site. If you think it would be a useful referral to your readers, I'd of course appreciate a link.

Thanks for your time,

Pete - USA (27196)


Thanks for the comments. I added a link to your blog at Nutrition Resources.

Best wishes for success in your activities.

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Suggested nutrition resource

March 18, 2016



I have a suggestion for your "Nutrition Resources" page. It is a website that I find highly valuable and one that I think would make a great addition to your very useful list :)

The site is called Diamond Herbs and the URL is

It talks about many different health and nutrition topics that I think your audience can benefit from as well.

Anywho, just wanted to share and let you know to keep up the great work!

Morgan - USA (26870)


Thanks for the suggestion. I added the link on the Nutrition Resources page.

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Great nutrition resources

December 24, 2015



I've found your resources article and I think it is a great collection of resources. Google doesn't always rank great websites on the first page and finding them is sometimes difficult. Luckily websites like yours make this task much easier.

I was thinking that if you link to these great resources, maybe you will consider linking to my blog I have Cornell University undergraduate degree in Nutritional Sciences and I am passionate about nutrition and well-being. You can check my site to see what kind of topics I blog about. I base my articles on meticulous research and make sure that all statement are supported by credible resources.

You can see some examples of such articles here: - 11,000+ words guide on detoxing. - 5000+ words guide on honey. - 4500 words guide on apple cider health benefits

I would be honored if you'd consider linking to my site, or give an honest feedback on my work.

In any case, keep up doing a great work!

Thanks a lot,
Helen Nichols
Certified Nutritionist

Helen - USA (26647)


Thanks for the suggested resources. I added them to Nutrition Resources.

Best wishes for success in your work.

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Suggested health resource

August 10, 2015


Hi Ron,

My name is Anoop Nain and I’m getting in touch with you regarding your site I’m currently working with Dr. Vivek Sama to announce their new resource on health and nutrition, and thought this might be of interest to you and your readers, as it provides an easy and intuitive way to health and nutrition. You can review the articles at If you find the resource to be of value to you and your readers, I’d appreciate it if you could add it to your site

This blog would be a valuable resource for your students/users that are looking for the best fact based nutritional articles without all of the misinformation and distractions of what is currently out there.

I will include your page as a link in my blog post.

Best wishes,

Anoop Nain, Dr. Vivek Sama

Anoop - India (26264)


Thank you for the suggested resource. I added a link to the Sama Hospital blog at both Health Resources and Nutrition Resources.

Best wishes for your efforts.

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How much does this course cost?

December 13, 2012


How much does this course cost?

- USA (23068)


There is no charge for the information. Feel free to use our lessons to increase your knowledge.

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How important are bananas to our health?

May 13, 2011


May i know how important are bananas to our health

patrick - USA (21574)


Bananas are good for your health. They are a source of potassium, fiber, vitamin C and vitamin B6. Are good article about their benefits is 6 Awesome Health Benefits Of Bananas.

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Is it OK to take Acai Berry Juice and Allopurinol?

October 25, 2007


Hello! I just want to know if it is okay to drink Pure Acai Berry Juice while i am on prescription medication, which is Allopurinol 300 mg. Because I am planning to buy one at the natural health food stores, but not sure if it is safe or there will be any inter-action between the two.

Thank you very much in advance.

- USA (14632)


It seems that people have used Acai berry juice along with Allopurinol with no ill-effects. It still would be best to give your doctor a call to verify this. There should be no charge for such information.

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How to grow taller?

November 22, 2003


how to grow taller?

- USA (1340)


Good nutrition will help you grow to your designated height, which is determined by the genes you inherited from your parents.

Often not being tall can be an advantage, because a shorter person can be quicker and use his strength better. Also, people who aren't as tall tend to try harder, so they can succeed better.

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Richest in animal proteins

November 12, 2003



SAM - South Africa (1168)


I know that fish are very high in proteins. Sorry, but I don't have information on which animal has the highest or richest amount of proteins.

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