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Cheese Actually Isn’t Bad for You | WIRED

Read Time: < 1 min Here’s a great article about one of the greatest food’s on the planet, published in Wired. Take a look: Don’t feel sheepish reaching for that manchego. …

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Evolution and Diet

Evolution, Video

Evolutionary Orthodontics arrives

Read Time: < 1 min Great new video about improving facial and dental form according to cutting edge evolutionary thinking

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Paleo Diet

Read Time: 2 min Watch our recent public talk on the role of seafood in brain health, evolution and female sexiness. (Three videos)

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Read Time: 5 min Further evidence for ‘man the hunter’ origins Humans are the best long distance runners in the animal kingdom Recent analysis shows we have evolved superior throwing …

Read moreEndurance Running and Superior Throwing Provide Evidence of Man’s Evolutionary Diet

Videos

The Gluten Iceberg…

because there is so much more…

…just under the surface

Why no one should eat grains. Part 1 – The tip of the Iceberg

Read Time: 12 min Familiarise yourself with the research around coeliac disease and you will understand why eating gluten is playing Russian roulette with your health. Introduction Whilst ‘only’ 1% …

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Why no one should eat grains. Part 2 – The definitive guide to Non Coeliac Gluten Sensitivity

Read Time: 19 min A detailed examination of the current science on this recently recognised gluten pathology. Includes new videos from world class researchers.

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Why no one should eat grains. Part 3: Ten more reasons to avoid wheat

Read Time: 22 min Beyond coeliac disease and NCGS – we look at the many ways that wheat can affect everyone. Includes new groundbreaking research.

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Why no one should eat grains. Part 4: whole grains – the whole truth

Read Time: 11 min Grains dominate the world food supply, but have many negative health consequences independent of gluten related disorders. We consider their downsides and show that whole grains including oats do not live up to the ‘heart-healthy’ hype.

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RECIPES

My recipes are designed to help people who are on a restricted diet for health reasons.

I have included plenty of recipes for breakfasts, lunches and dinners, along with ideas for snacks, deserts and cakes: all without the use of grains in any form. Many include options for goat or sheep dairy, or dairy-free.

Options for Christmas and other celebrations will help you stay on track.

✓ Gluten-free and Grain-free
✓ Dairy-free versions
✓ Paleo and Carnivore
✓ True Ketogenic recipes
✓ Low-Carb, Low-Sugar, Zero-Carb

Example Recipes

Reviews

Bad Medicine

Food and the Environment

Desertification – Agriculture’s Inevitable Destination?

Read Time: 4 min research from the University of Colorado shows how soil microbes have been decimated by agriculture.

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Herbal Medicine Articles

Mistletoe in Cancer

Read Time: 9 min Mistletoe: sacred herb of the Druids. Photo – Stephanie Berghaeuser This legendary herb of the druids has been shown to have anti-cancer properties in multiple studies.

Red Light Phototherapy

Sunlight and Vitamin D

Vegetarian and Veganism

Veganism, extremism and domestic terrorism

Read Time: 10 min Behind veganism is an ideological movement linked to extremism, violence and terrorism. We take a look behind the “Meat is Murder” narrative.

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West Sussex History of Medicine Lectures

Why did it take so long to crack scurvy?

Read Time: 19 min Captain Cook impressed the Royal Society with his successful use of saurkraut to ward off scurvy Image: ‘Oatehite’ by Isaac Robert Cruickshank (1789-1856) Thoughts on a …

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Great Losses of the Great War

Read Time: 4 min During the First World War, the British Officer Class suffered the heaviest losses. Mr John Reynard reminds us of some of their stories.

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The Contagious Diseases Acts 1864 and The History of Spermatorrhoea

Read Time: 6 min Comments on two lectures: (1) The Contagious Diseases Acts (2) The History of Spermatorrhoea — the little known ‘Male Hysteria’

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