We continually hear in the media that older people become calcium deficient. This is true to a certain extent but often not as journalists or GPs understand. The real physiological and social understanding is much more complex.
Calcium serves many functions in your body. It helps your bones form, stay hard and renew themselves. Calcium is very important to the … Read More
How much do you value your health?
If you are lucky, life will be long. Most of us would say, however, that we would like a long life and we want to be healthy as long as possible. In fact, many of us would actually say that we would not want to live with deteriorating health. Some of us ask … Read More
Have you ever forgotten to drink during the day and found yourself quite exhausted?
When you have complained of depression to your healthcare professional, have they ever asked you how much water you drink?
Dehydration and lack of consuming sufficient quantities of water during the day is a major cause of physical and psychologist illness but it is … Read More
Sauerkraut is a traditionally fermented, salted, cabbage dish of the German, Baltic and Russian regions. The literal translation from the German language means sour fermented cabbage.
Historically the sauerkraut dish even goes back even further to ancient Roman times and before. It is a side dish that has a sour flavour, quite a tang and is wet and crispy to … Read More
When we look at the human body in medicine we divide it up into systems and every system is interdependent on other systems. The gut, of course, is one of the major systems within the body. If working well, it supports health but if it is working under pressure, no other system can work well.
The gut has two … Read More
When you get that diagnosis of cancer your whole world changes. If it doesn’t, you’re in denial. Treat it as a wake-up call!
Sure, anyone can get cancer for many different reason but the figures clearly show us that for most people it is a consequence of the Western lifestyle. Colin T. Campbell’s book The China Study clearly shows us … Read More
This is a question that drug companies never want you to ask because drugs equals billions of dollars of profit each year.
Most drug companies employ PR people, bloggers and reviewers who are paid or who get large perks, ad agencies, scientists, doctors, nurses and whole army of spruikers to tell the public to take more drugs, even when evidence … Read More
The most abused drugs today are not heroin, amphetamines, marijuana, alcohol or even recreational oxycodone, they are antibiotics. The drug dealers involved are the average family doctor, hospital doctors and medical associations. The world has reached an antibiotic crisis where antibiotic-drug-resistant superbugs now kill tens of thousands of people every year in our hospitals.
The reasons this has happened is … Read More