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GMO Patents have ruined important food sources

August 21, 2019

In South Africa, GMOs are controversial (scientifically, economically and socially) as they are globally, in both industrialized economies and in developing countries. GMO-related activities in South Africa are present in three areas: in laboratory research; in field trial testing, and in crop production. Genetically modified (GM) forms of maize, soybean and cotton have been approved […]

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Fad diets

Terms like Banting, Paleolithic, Vegan, Vegetarian, Ketogenic, Mediterranean, South Beach and Weight Watcher’s diet among others are familiar to most of us. Each one has an underlying philosophy and different end goals whatever they may be. Whether they achieve their goal is debatable. The fervent prophets of each swear by their benefits. Our belief is […]

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Symptoms are not the root cause

August 15, 2019

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Here’s how the NHI will affect you – including new rules about seeing a specialist

August 14, 2019

The National Health Insurance bill was finally introduced last week, and – despite many, many concerns – it looks as if government will be pushing ahead to start implementing the new healthcare regime. In a nutshell, this is what will happen: medical schemes as we know it will disappear, and your doctor will be paid […]

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How you will be paying for the NHI, and what happens to your medical aid?

August 13, 2019

The Department of Health has published its revised National Health Insurance Bill, promising to bring universal health coverage to every South African. Since being mooted, the NHI has faced constant controversy including questions around how it will be funded, which medical issues will be covered and how private medical aid users will be impacted. These […]

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Only 30 days needed to improve severe Fibromyalgia

August 13, 2019

I was asked to share my Fibromyalgia story, so here it is:I am a 53 year old woman. I have struggled with pain and discomfort for most of my life. As a child, I hated doing sport at school because it caused so much pain in my arms and legs. I could never understand that […]

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Anxiety can destroy your life

August 13, 2019

Our view is that anxiety is a symptom of an imbalance in your body that can be addressed with targeted nutrition. This article discusses the view of conventional medicine. Anxiety is a disorder in which people become so anxious that even trivial issues result in them experiencing a range of psychosomatic symptoms. They live in […]

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Cape Town woman battles Psoriasis

Psoriasis originates in the liver. Get help now. Psoriasis, a chronic skin condition, affects more than 125 million people globally. In South Africa, psoriasis patients not only face stigma but an uphill battle for care. As Imaan Syms pulls up the sleeves of her maroon, knitted jersey she reveals patches of dry, red skin. “Most […]

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Vitamins from Food — Not Supplements — Linked with Longer Life

August 11, 2019

There’s some good and bad news about vitamins and minerals: The good news is that intake of certain vitamins and minerals is linked with a lower risk of early death. The bad news is that this link is seen only when those nutrients come from food, not supplements, according to a new study. “Our results […]

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Depression may be a new biomarker for Alzheimer’s in older people

August 10, 2019

Both Depression and Alxheimer’s may be caused by heavymetal toxicity and our protocol addresses that. Increasingly, Alzheimer’s disease (AD) research has focused on the preclinical stage, when people have biological evidence of AD but no or minimal symptoms, and when interventions might have the potential to prevent future decline of older adults. Researchers from Massachusetts […]

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