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The cost of organic foods

Many people I speak with argue that organic foods are too expensive.  I would argue that, while some organic foods may cost more than their non-organic counterparts, can we really afford to not purchase organic?  With ever increasing amounts of research showing the effects of genetically modified foods on our health, as well as the study … Read more

How to influence your genetic inheritance

Epigenetics is the study of how external factors influence gene expression – turning genes on or off with the potential to contribute to numerous health conditions. Environmental, dietary and lifestyle factors can influence gene expression.   While we inherit our gene from our parents, a wonderful analagy to help illustrate epigenetics is that the genes may be … Read more

Parasites and infant mortality

Today Tonight aired a report on parasite dangers to humans on Sunday, 13th November. They reported on the ratworm or Angiostrongylus cantonensis, a nematode or roundworm, and infections which led to serious health conditions, even death.  Rather than using heavy drugs, which have serious side effects, there are other options available  – microcurrent and herbal remedies are … Read more

Are we really free to choose?

Australia may be the last frontier of freedom when it comes to choosing your preferred method of health care.  Unfortunately, our politicians are sometimes only too hasty in following what is happening in the USA.  This is of particular concern when it comes to health care and the options currently available to us.  While those … Read more

Motor Neuron Disease

Motor Neuron Disease (MND) or Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS) or Lou Gehrig’s Disease all refer to the same condition where the body’s immune system begins to attack the myelin sheath surrounding our nerve fibres.  MND has been featured in several reports recently portraying how sufferers are affected and how they, and their families, are coping … Read more