In a previous blog I used the term “constructive ignorance” to describe the action of the Health Professionals Council in South Africa (HPCSA) in charging Professor Tim Noakes with professional misconduct for his views on a...Read More
Tag: ketogenic diet
Background At the Public Health Collaboration Annual Conference in Manchester I met Dr Tanya Malpass who explained how she developed cancer but has recovered. When we spoke she was looking very well and so I asked her to...Read More
To the best of my knowledge I do not suffer from any kind of cancer but sadly it is very common and I know many people who have this disease. Several are no longer with us. The reality is that despite the huge efforts devoted to...Read More
I have just been reading the current issue of “Time” magazine (4th April 2016) which has a long feature on the subject of immunotherapy. Essentially this approach to the treatment of cancer is based on developing drugs, which...Read More
In a recent blog, I emphasised the potential for using a change of diet as a form of treatment for cancer (1). It just so happens that as I was working on that blog I heard from Archie Robertson via Facebook who has made an...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
In the UK about 1 in 100 people suffer from epilepsy. Therefore there is considerable interest in using diet as a means of controlling the condition. Despite the fact that national policy continues to recommend that people...Read More
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- 305. A Comparison between the approaches to Type 2 Diabetes (T2D) by Dr David Unwin and Diabetes UK
- 304. Sulphonylureas increase cardiac deaths but are still recommended for use after Metformin in type two diabetics in Scotland.
- 303. Statins: Why it is crucial to have a comprehensive picture
- 302. The Conventional Treatment of Type 2 Diabetes (T2D)
- Immunisation schedules for children in the US up to 5 years old.
Can this really be sensible.
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