A former neighbour of mine suffered from Alzheimer’s for 10 years and recently died of the disease. Like myself, he was only in his early 70’s. I remember him in his 40’s and 50’s when he was alert and vigorous, a self-employed man with all his marbles, but in recent years he’d become just a living shell. How did this happen?
Following my recent article on ‘The 10 best ways to avoid cancer’ one of our customers asked why ‘quitting smoking’ was not on the list.
For years, I've tried to share the proven fact that saturated fats, like cream, butter, lard, cheese, meat fat and coconut oil are healthy
This trace mineral is lacking in most New Zealand soild and is absolutely vital for our health
Imperical College of London did an independent study of 51 million people to determine the main causes of cancer.
Readers have written to me for help with their health problems for 30 years now, ever since I first published my book “Stay Healthy by Supplying What’s Lacking in Your Diet.”
I admit I’m a health fanatic – probably an annoying trait and one not always shared by my long suffering wife Marie.
One of life’s frustrations for a natural health researcher like me, is the steady stream of misleading or false media reports on health issues.
When I was asked to cover this topic I wasn’t too confident that I could come up with meaningful results as we are all so different. What works well for one person, can have the opposite effect on another.
The research just keeps coming in – study after study, showing the enormous effect on our health of good, bad and missing gut bacteria.
Allergies, such as food allergies, asthma, eczema and hay fever are reaching epidemic levels in New Zealand, especially among children.
If only I’d known 60 years ago what I know now, I believe I wouldn’t have a single filling.