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 🙂
“This is a very exciting project because it will contribute to making a real difference to millions of resource-poor farmers worldwide.”
‘The doctors are out to get Mrs Snook!’ Patricia Blundell of East Fremantle, ‘The West Australian’, May 26, 1990. In late 1983, aged seventy, Dorothy Snook moved with her daughter Barbara to Peppertree House on a 24-acre property in…
I saw this slide at a presentation recently on the economics of climate change and food security. Interesting to see how the world gets its protein.
‘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.