October 2021 Volume 4 / Issue 172

2021-11-03T09:32:50+00:00By |

With summer here in The Southern Hemisphere, the sun is out for longer periods of time during the day, allowing us to get all the vitamin D we need. Vitamin D has received a lot of attention lately regarding its immune benefits specifically. But did you know it is also well-researched for its uses in treating and preventing various ailments such as high blood pressure, depression and hypertension, to name a few. And there’s another reason why vitamin D is an essential vitamin...

October 2021 Volume 3 / Issue 171

2021-10-21T12:23:24+00:00By |

Vaccinated or not, an expert shares effective natural treatment options for virus and injection side effects. A recent article by Dr Thomas Levy (board-certified in both Internal Medicine and Cardiovascular Diseases) offers reassurance that adverse events of long-term damage caused by the spike protein can be prevented once recognised.

October 2021 Volume 2 / Issue 170

2021-10-14T10:33:05+00:00By |

Ahead of World Trauma Day on 17 October, I share two very important articles in this weeks’ issue: Childhood Fear and Mind-control Programming by brilliant author Lisa Catano, and Energy Psychology – hope for depression, by Veronica Haupt. She is the developer of ReCode, a methodology that combines three energy psychology techniques (EFT, Reframing and The Healing Code), as well as some neurolinguistic programming (NLP). We look at repeating patterns and the working of our subconscious programming. Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACES) are now being directly linked to depression, illness, anxiety and addiction in adulthood.

October 2021 Volume 1 / Issue 169

2021-10-06T17:38:32+00:00By |

This week in the news: potential benefit of vitamin A nasal drops to help repair loss of smell; eating a single hot dog could take 36 minutes off your life; bacterial imbalances in the gut microbiome may play a major role in the development of rheumatoid arthritis; toxic proteins thought to be the cause of Alzheimer’s disease may be produced in the liver and travel through the blood before landing in the brain causing neuron damage and omega-3 supplements stabilised memory function in adults with Alzheimer’s disease.

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