The Science-Based Reference on Natural Healthcare
…is to empower you with the truth about natural treatments. We concentrate on research findings that are backed by multiple studies, instead of the the potentially misleading results of just one study. This ensures we focus on the signal, not the noise.
- Clinical trials: which test the way a treatment affects a person's health.
- Meta-analyses: have you ever read that one study says one thing but another study says the exact opposite? That's why we use meta-analyses. Meta-analyses "average out" the often conflicting results of many different studies. This provides us with a single number, a "best estimate", of the way a treatment might affect a person's health.
- Systematic reviews: not all scientific studies are created equal. Some arm us with much better data than others. Systematic reviews can tell us about the quality ("trustworthiness") of a study's results or a meta-analysis' best estimate.
- Observational studies: which can reveal the things that harm us or might prevent disease.
Millions of articles and studies are published every year.
We identify the most important research on a continuous basis and update our handbooks as necessary with the latest evidence-based information.
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