Yesterday I decided to see if I could make a pizza without using cheese, wheat, yeast or meat. The result was actually very tasty, and I highly recommend it. Although I call this a recipe, I used several pre-made products, so this is not a recipe from scratch. However, you should be able to get… Read More

From the Orthomolecular Medicine News Service: “Heard anything bad lately about ascorbic acid vitamin C? If you haven’t, you may have been away visiting Neptune for too long. For nearly four decades, I have seen that, like all other fashions, vitamin-bashing goes “in” and “out” of style. Lately it has (again) been open season on vitamin… Read More

Patrick Holford recently posted a blog post talking about the link between high protein diets and cancer. Here’s a snippet from the article: High protein cancer link  “A study from the University of Southern California has found that a high protein diet, as advocated by Atkins and others, is associated with a 75% increase in… Read More

While the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention estimates that 43 million Americans continue to maintain a smoking habit, the number people who smoke in the U.S. has steadily declined over the last 50 years. Not so coincidentally, as the number of Americans who smoke continues to drop, so has the rate of lung cancer… Read More

Jeremy Hunt has outlined some changes the NHS will see over 2014 as a result of UK law reviews and changes to health legislation in the country. In a New Year message to staff in the NHS, the Health Secretary said that one important theme in the NHS over the next 12 months will be… Read More

Here is a spreadsheet showing my in-depth analysis of each of the supplements featured in my article “What is the Best Multivitamin and Mineral Supplement?“ Please note: it only displays the first screen of columns. To see the entire spreadsheet, click here to view the file on Google Docs, and then click File > Download to… Read More

Autism is a complex disorder of brain development that greatly affects communication skills of the affected person. People who are diagnosed with autism tend to have issues related to social interaction, verbal or non-verbal communication and other activities. A lifelong developmental disability, researchers believe that Autism can be detected in the first three years after… Read More

Over the past decade, the use of alternative medicine has increasingly taken the spotlight in mainstream culture. Natural treatments can not only be more effective than synthetic drugs, but often lack the paragraph of fine-print side effects. Aromatherapy blends, acupuncture, and even meditation and yoga have all proven to be successful ways of relieving stress… Read More

Following on from yesterday’s post, Transcendental Meditation vs Just Sitting, I watched a film called David Wants to Fly. It is a documentary which follows German film maker David Sieveking as he follows the advice of his hero David Lynch and learns Transcendental Meditation.  It is an interesting insight into the billion-dollar industry behind the Transcendental Meditation… Read More