On Thursday evening, at the end of an afternoon of rain, we wove our way across West Sussex to the Knepp Estate, at the invitation
Goldman Sachs reveals that curing patients is a bad business model. The appalling depths of profit-driven medicine threaten all of us.
Veggie ‘sausage’ ban; British peasant diet was healthy; Hard cheese Brexit; More good news for chocolate and coffee lovers; Warnings over green potatoes and dirty ducks…
NHS cardiologist Dr Aseem Malhotra, gives a strongly worded, presentation at the EU about the combination of the food industry and the pharmaceutical industry causing illness and death, for profit. It’s well worth hearing and will definitely surprise you!
The NHS stumbles on – chaotic and on the edge of financial ruin, carnage in its wake… What is this B movie monster we have created?… It’s clearly in need of a silver bullet…
EASTER SPECIAL: Play our Easter egg hunt whilst browsing all the latest nutrition news on Paleo, coffee, microbiome, sleep, seafoods, nuts and vitamin D.
Brits are eating more eggs following a half century of unfounded fears. Here’s the lowdown on these nutritional super-foods.
Tim Noakes is facing a second professional misconduct hearing for holding the wrong views about diet. Petition plus explanatory post from Dr Malcolm Kendrick.
New study finds that unmetabolised artificial folic acid in pregnancy is linked to allergy in offspring whilst levels of natural folate are not.
I’m going to this major UK conference headed by ‘Good Calories Bad Calories’ author Gary Taubes, PLUS Malcolm Kendrick, Zoë Harcombe, Andreas Eenfeldt…
All the latest on: Paleo, Keto, Fish, Eggs and (of course) why there’s no such thing as naturally orange cheese.
In case you missed it, Tim Noakes, the controversial South African professor who promotes a low carb high fat diet for running, was the subject
The recent Best Diet Awards from the U.S. News & World Report, placed low carb diets bottom, claiming they had “No evidence” to support them… Oh really?
A study into the prevalence of oral species of Candida yeasts discovered that vegetarian diets encourage the growth of some pretty ugly critters with health consequences far beyond thrush.
Peterson goes into more detail about the low carb paleo diet that has helped him and his daughter get on top of their autoimmune diseases.
This infographic shows just how ‘wonderful’ our NHS is. Not.
With spiralling negligence costs threatening to bankrupt the NHS, isn’t it time we started challenging the very basis of the NHS? We include a thoughtful essay by blogger Jack Tagholm-Child.
Recent media stories call for fortification of UK flour with folic acid to prevent birth defects, but is mandated mass medication of the whole population a price worth paying?
We take the papers to task for this highly misleading story which does not even apply to women in the UK.
Paleo for weight loss, eggs for mums to be. Breakthrough research seems to show the heart loves vitamin D. Broccoli-yogurt for cancer, it really is a thing. Sardine-bread sounds tasty but I can’t make the last line rhyme. :(
This class of phytonutrients may be responsible for most of the health benefits observed among the Mediterranean, Okinawan, Paleo and Hunter Gatherer diets. Here’s a quick guide to help maximise your intake.
Here are 10 New Year’s Resolutions to help keep your diet on track in 2018. Plus a month of interesting articles from the mainstream and alternative media…
Can you believe your eyes? Gorgeous golden Yorkies without a grain in sight! These little babies were made with eggs and arrowroot. Here’s how…
This traditional winter warmer contains many polyphenol-rich ingredients with health promoting credentials. We look into the research around this festive herbal brew.
Don’t let Christmas compromise your dietary standards (too much) with these paleo tips for traditional festive fare.
This lowly seasonal vegetable punches well above its weight nutritionally. Everything you ever wanted to know, but were too afraid to ask…
A brief video from the world expert on gut barrier function is totally relevant to the way I work with my patients, across a wide range of chronic diseases.
A nurse’s letter in the BMJ reveals the incompetence of our ‘wonderful’ NHS as they fail to address her own health issues again… and again.
Juicy Diet News (Garlic, Mushrooms, Cheese, Broccoli, Oily fish…) & Chewy Medical News (Aluminium and autism, Screen-time and mental health, Baldness and heart disease, Big Sugar cancer cover up…)
I was unable to attend the first two events in this the 2017 season of West Sussex History of Medicine Society, so forgive me for