To: Taylor Swift
From: Michael Cecil, Certified Iridologist & Nutritional Counselor
Re: Health concerns
After very carefully observing your irises in the music video Tear Drops On My Guitar (which I have seen several times):
a preliminary conclusion is that you have a particular sign in your iris that I have researched for more than 10 years.
Thus, whenever you can take some time out from your busy schedule, I would suggest you read the notes on my website:
summarizing that research—The Pathophysiology of the Under-Acid Stomach and Outline For Research Presentation—and look at the first picture of an iris which demonstrates that sign: the gray ‘halo’ of approximately 1mm which surrounds the pupil.
Preliminary indications are that this sign occurs in approximately 20-30% of the general population (although it is often asymptomatic); which increases to 50-60% in admissions to Assisted Living facilities, and to some 70-75% in admissions to Nursing Homes (from my experience as a Long Term Care Ombudsman).
As mentioned on my website, this particular iris sign is sometimes inherited and sometimes the result of a person’s diet; for example, over-consumption of coffee and/or soda pop. (In one particular client, for example, the sign for an under-acid stomach appeared and disappeared depending upon whether she had been drinking coffee for a significant length of time). But, if it is a much more serious problem—if, for example, either of your parents has a history of taking over-the-counter or prescription antacids—I would suggest consultation with a doctor experienced in complementary medicine and the hydrochloric acid supplementation protocol.
Hoping that, somehow, this information is brought to your attention.