Read Chapter 2 by Peter Gotzche, cofounder of the Cochrane collaboration, therefore a high priest of the evidence paradigm, declares Psychopharmacology is Not Evidence Based Medicine...!!
On Thursday 18th May 2017 I am giving a talk on the science behind Low Calorie Fasting
Commuting by walking was associated with a lower risk of CVD incidence and mortality.
I have been using these Yamuna foot massagers for over 3 years now. I keep them in my shower tray and I manage a foot massage on a daily basis.
VAT visceral adipose tissue Mine is down by 20 per cent following my March outing on the Cumuru Cleanse
The discovery of the human microbiome marks one of the most important milestones in the history of science.
This is what we do in Cumuruxatiba, LCF (low calorie fasting ), Brazil on the Cumuru Cleanse.
This little Robin Redbreast is unaware that a successful armpit bacterial transplant has been carried out by Chris Callewaert from the University of California, San Diego.
Omega-3 levels affect whether B vitamins can slow brain’s decline
Science News from research organizations Frequent sauna bathing may protect men against dementia
From Professor Thomas Seyfrieds book , Cancer as a Metabolic Disease; On the Origin, Management and Prevention of Cancer.
In the first evidence of a natural intervention triggering stem cell-based regeneration of an organ or system, a study in the June 5 issue of the Cell Stem Cell shows that cycles of prolonged fasting not only protect against immune system damage
JUST PUBLISHED IN Cell... News regarding a Gut micro biome link to Parkinsons Disease.. This is fascinating research and again confirms the importance of the micro biome...
The interesting thing is that the increased egg consumption appeared to improve Satiety which can only be a good thing.. Organic would surely be best.
On our last trip to Cumuru we tried the idea of an Art workshop and here is the result
How fasting boosted my immune system but didn't help me play the didgeridoo
This is very exciting information emerging from some fantastic research published this week in the New Scientist.
Interesting article which again drives the ling between obesity and inflammageing...