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Examine Research Digest (ERD) Julianne Taylor interview

The ERD (Examine.com Research Digest) is a must have for anyone who takes their nutrition seriously. Every month, they tackle 6-8 recent nutrition/supplement studies. Their team of qualified (e.g. they might have a PhD in Nutrition Science) analyzes them. This from Examine.com: The Research Digest is a peer reviewed monthly report of the most important […]

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Paleo and Beyond Nutrition Seminar – 17 July 1- 3.30 pm Auckland

New Paleo and Beyond seminar scheduled. I’ve been researching and updating this seminar – did you know most of our health problems have escalated in just the last 50 years? Obesity, type 2 diabetes, auto-immune disease, inflammatory gut diseases and IBS. What I do in my latest seminar is look at everything that has changed […]

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Rheumatoid arthritis and diet – what worked for 10 people

Foods that cause reactions for 10 people with Rheumatoid Arthritis (RA) (Please read my earlier post also – case studies where eliminating certain foods put RA into remission) For information on how to follow an auto-immune protocol: The Paleo Mom – Sarah Balantyne Phoenix Helix – RA and AIP – Eileen Laird Auto-Immune paleo – […]

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Menopause update: diet, exercise and supplements

This is a follow up from my previous post: “Menopause sucks, even on a paleo diet” It’s just over a year on. I’ve been playing with diet and exercise and menopause supplements. Trying to get back that feeling of pre-menopausal normality and trying to ward what aging is doing to my body. Here’s what I […]

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Why I won’t take statins for my high cholesterol

The latest New Zealand Listener magazine has a feature article on statin drugs, I feature saying I wouldn’t touch them personally – here is why: When my total cholesterol hit 10 about 18 months ago it gave me a fright. My LDL was up to 7.5 mmol/L. My HDL is around 2 and my triglycerides […]

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What diet helps Alzheimer’s? Why are Alzheimer’s NZ selling biscuits to raise money?

A year or so ago I spent a fair few hours doing an assignment looking at the relationship of diet to Alzheimer’s disease (AD). One fact is very clear, biscuits are probably the worst food you can eat if you have this disease or want to stay free of it. Saturated fat (I know this […]

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