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And more major medical groups are endorsing a diet heavier in plants.
BBC Future: “If vegetarianism was adopted by everyone by 2050, the world would have about seven million fewer deaths every year – and veganism would bring that up to eight million.”
Baking meets science in a delicious University of Queensland health initiative that really takes the cake. ‘Good heart’ muffin, developed by UQ scientists, could help lower the risk of heart disease.
A 46 year old Brisbane woman spent a body and soul-affirming three months experience of dietary denial on Mrs Snook’s gut-cleanse diet in 2014. Teresa lost 13 kilos and nearly halved her cholesterol levels.
There’s a banana and some vintage old school cool. That’s all it takes to make it onto my blog 🙂
‘LIVING PROOF’: NATURE CURE CASE STUDIES
Mrs Snook and I spent Sunday morning tucked up in bed. (Daughter) bought me cups of coffee to keep me going. I am not sure that Mrs Snook would have approved of the coffee [editor’s note: sadly no]. I really enjoyed the book and will order some to give away as presents. It is interesting that the AMA still have their head in the sand regarding naturopathy. I wonder why they are so rigid in their views. Anyways I really enjoyed your book. Well done. Helen, Perth
[We had an] award scheme for cancer survivors in 1987 – and most of the winners were Mrs Snook’s former patients. There were people who had been given up by doctors whom she managed to keep alive – it was almost a miracle.