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September 30, 2017
Many of us live surrounded by invisible, silent radiation. ELIZABETH DENLEY shares some thoughts on how manmade electromagnetic radiation may be affecting our health and well-being. As school kids we learnt that the ancient Romans used lead utensils for cooking and eating. As a result, many died from lead poisoning. We all thought they were... View Article
September 3, 2017
DR PARTHA NANDI encourages us all to make use of this new field in nutritional research: harnessing the power of food to change our genes and improve our health. From a young age, I knew that I wanted to create a world full of Health Heroes. These are the people who make their health a... View Article
September 2, 2017
ONIONS 2 large onions 2 heaped teaspoons of sweet red miso 8 tablespoons of dashi or water with vegetable bouillon Another 8 tablespoons of water Preheat the oven to 180°C. Peel the onions and cut in half. Place in an ovenproof dish so that the onions don’t touch each other. Dissolve the miso in 8... View Article
September 2, 2017
In conversation with Maurice Werness MAURICE WERNESS, ND, tells the story of his own journey of healing and evolution, and shares some tips on how we can take back our health and become the person we ought to be. Q: I recently had the pleasure of hearing you speak to a group of healthcare professionals... View Article
August 1, 2017
BABY POTATO SALAD WITH GREEN BEANS, TOMATOES AND ONIONS 2 pounds/1 kg small baby potatoes 1 onion 2 handfuls of green beans (haricot vert or French green beans) remove stems 15-20 cherry tomatoes Prepare and wash all the vegetables. Cook the potatoes unpeeled for about 12- 15 minutes or until tender. 4 minutes before done... View Article
August 1, 2017
In the first of a series of articles, DR PARTHA NANDI shares something of his own story and why he became so passionate about health. MY LIFE CHANGING DECISION I nearly died when I was six years old. I was a normal kid running wild and having fun with my family and friends. Even at... View Article