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October News Round-Up (2/Nov/15) - Raw milk safe; Grass-fed beef best; Ethical seafood increases; Artificial light upsets genes; Mediterranean diet benefits; Cutting sugar improves health fast; Red meat & cancer Continue reading September News Round-Up (1/Oct/15) - Knepp rewilding project in the news, and their beef is now available to order. Plus... Fish reduces depressions, apple skins prevent age related muscle loss (!?) and sugar wars hot up. Continue reading August News Round-Up (31/Aug/15) - Gluten-free junk food on NHS; Jamie Oliver calls for sugar tax; Butter better than margarine; Fish oils for schizophrenia; Vit-D and MS Continue reading June news roundup (30/Jun/15) - Trans-fat ban. Berries for obesity. Diet at conception alters genes for life. Antibiotics cause obesity. Paleo recipes. Zero carb. Continue reading Keto bread (1/Apr/15) - WOW! A grain-free white loaf so you can have soldiers with your boiled egg on Easter Sunday. (Phew - Just in the nick of time!) Continue reading Raw milk risks – putting them in perspective (15/Jun/14) - So straight up: there are risks of consuming raw milk. Lets not pretend otherwise. Raw milk may contain pathogens which can cause pretty unpleasant infections including Salmonella and Listeria. Milk is an excellent medium for growing bacteria, and consequently there are outbreaks … Continue reading Public Talks – 2014 update (10/Jun/14) - Venue: Bassil Shippam Centre, Tozer Way, Chichester,PO19 7LG Time: Friday, 7:30-10:00pm (doors open at 7:15) Cost: £6.00 inc tea/coffee Fri 11th July Glutens This not-to-be-missed seminar on one of the hottest topics in nutrition will update our 2013 sell-out talk “Cereal Killers” and fully clarify this … Continue reading Low-Carb Chips (6/Feb/14) - Low carb chips can be made from low carb root vegetables. Our favourites, and the lowest carb variety, are made from turnip or swede (rutabaga*). Ketogenic Diet and Cancer (24/Jan/14) - I came across this neat little report on the ketogenic diet in cancer about a year ago, but it has just cropped up again so I thought I would put it on my blog (as well as a couple of other videos … Continue reading An orthodox paediatrician on vaccines (25/Nov/13) - This orthodox paediatrician, from America, shows a refreshingly intelligent reflection about the vexed matter of childhood vaccinations. Above is the shortened version of this interview. Below is a link to the full hour-long version. It is pretty thorough, very thought promoting, … Continue reading November 9th 2013 (23/Nov/13) - Lecture 1: World War 1 and the birth of Maxillo-Facial Surgery by Colonel Michael Williams; Lecture 2: Did the President of the Royal College of Physicians help Churchill win the war? by Dr Anthony Eisinger FRCP Continue reading WSHoMSoc lectures Oct 12th (26/Oct/13) - Hooray, the West Sussex History of Medicine Society autumn lecture season has begun! I am looking forward to reporting on these gems combining as they do knowledgeable speakers, historical topics and academic investigation. On Saturday 12th Oct we launched the term … Continue reading Re-wilding Our Food (2/Sep/13) - The re-wilding project at Knepp Castle in West Sussex is a pioneering example of using farm animals to maximise biodiversity. Continue reading Tickets now on sale! (12/Aug/13) - An unmissable evening of talks and presentations by leading authors and permaculture pioneers explaining how pasture can Save Farming * Solve Global Warming * Feed the World Increase Biodiversity * Re-Green the Deserts * Improve your Health! Graham Harvey (Agricultural journalist and … Continue reading What’s Better Than Strawberries & Cream? (1/Jul/13) - ✓Low-carb ✓Gluten-free ✓Nut free ✓Ketogenic ✘Lactose-free Answer: Cream and Strawberries of course! It’s simply a matter of where you put the emphasis. Long gone are the days when I saw cream as a dangerous and indulgent addition to virtuous and … Continue reading Sixth Food & Health Group Meeting – Stress (6/Jun/13) - If you missed the sixth Food and Health talk, or simply wish to look over it again, you can browse the PowerPoint slides in a low-res web format (see below) For some people the subject of ‘stress’ was not an obvious one for the … Continue reading My New Business Cards (6/Jun/13) - These are my new business cards, designed for me by Keir, and produced by moo.com. The actual cards are even better with rounded corners and a glossy finish. Aren’t they lovely?