This topic may seem a long way from the usual issues that I deal with in my blogs. However there are convincing reasons to believe that the approach adopted by Theresa May and the UK Government will be a disaster of mammoth...Read More
At our “Diet and Diabetes” event held in Skipton in September 2016, Dr. Trudi Deakin was one of the keynote speakers. Trudi is a dietitian who has established X-PERT Health, a registered charity based in Hebden Bridge that...Read More
Background We have now reached a point where it is obvious to anyone who examines the scientific evidence objectively that the habitual diet is the primary factor responsible for much of the poor standard of public health today....Read More
The objective The fundamental objective is to reduce the amount of carbohydrates being consumed and largely replace them with the healthy fats. You should make the changes gradually so that your body can activate its fat burning...Read More
I have just been reading a paper on the Eatright website which is from the USA Academy of Nutrition Dietetics (AND). This states that the causes of Type 2 Diabetes (T2D) are: “complex and still not fully known. Sometimes...Read More
Fasting has been used as a therapy for seizures since the earliest times and in the Bible, Mark describes how Jesus cured a boy with epilepsy (1). In 1911, 2 physicians in Paris used starvation to treat 20 children and adults...Read More
According to a report in The Guardian: “The NHS is generally acknowledged to be facing a growing funding crisis after four years of tight settlements, deepening demographic pressure and an inefficient system that splits health...Read More
Aspartame is a low-calorie sweetener which is produced by G D Searle a company owned by Monsanto. It is approximately 200 times sweeter than sucrose. According to the official website the benefits include: Aspartame Tastes Like...Read More
As long ago as 1960, President Eisenhower warned about the dangers of the Military-Industrial Complex. Here is a quote from the famous speech: “In the councils of government, we must guard against the acquisition of unwarranted...Read More
The use of drugs is an integral component of the conventional approach to modern medicine. Invariably a visit to your GP results in a prescription for at least one pill or potion. A similar treatment is often associated with a...Read More
The banking industry quite rightly suffers from public opprobrium because of its role in the financial crisis, manipulation of the bank rate and mis-selling of various products. By contrast the pharmaceutical industry is...Read More
This is a repost by Glyn Wainwright which originally appeared on bit.ly/1fkGYgb I am very grateful to Glyn for permission to post here. He can be contacted at @Cholesterol_OK Based upon a presentation to the European Conference...Read More
- The dubious quality of the evidence used to justify #statins.
about 35 mins ago
- The football disaster in Sheffield shows how difficult it is to persuade politicians to tackle their mistakes.
about 1 hour ago
- How many more have to testify that the conventional approach to T2D does not work for the authorities to listen?
about 1 hour ago
- Despite doubts about the benefits the case for Vitamin D supplementation remains very convincing.
about 2 hours ago
- Low carb is the preferred way of losing weight by Italian gymnasts.
about 2 hours ago