Dr. Oz’s pronouncements that I usually pay attention to for amusement has an article in this month’s Parade Magazine that is right on. The following is what I think about timing meds. "Unfortunately, there's a disconnect between what's taught to doctors and what we know from chronotherapy research [when to take meds]," says circadian biologist Georgios Paschos of the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine.1 "Except for a few conditions, clinical medicine hasn't yet caught up with our findings." Nevertheless, he predicts, this will change in the next decade or two. I propose to catch you up right now concerning the best way to organize your medical treatments.

Revisiting the When to Take Meds: Obey Your Body’s’ Cadence or Else

We have two major gateways into our body: our mouths and our airways. There are two more, your skin if lacerated and your rectum. You may think me punctilious for giving you the following info but it is important for you to take this as gospel! I regularly see people putting their hands on the tops of drinking utensils which means that a small portion of what is on their hands will enter the person’s body doing the drinking ─ Egad! If you must touch the utensil’s top drink from the opposite side is good advice. If at a restaurant and the server handles the utensils in a careless manner by touching something you will put in your mouth ask that it be replaced. When working out at the gym use sanitizing solution or wipes just after you finish.

Stop Putting Unintentional Stuff in Your Body: It can Kill You.