Raw milk: evidence of beneficial nutrition

During the last few years bureaucrats and public health officials have been quiet about raw milk, but then Iowa legalised its sale last May. The accompanying publicity – in The New York Times and USA Today, plus many other publications…

Big Pharma’s corrupt testing of SSRI antidepressants

An American midwestern doctor, who wishes to remain anonymous, exposes how drug makers rig trials to make dangerous, ineffective drugs, like selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors (SSRIs)…

Issue 111 Editorial

The cover expresses the focus of this issue clearly – the use of nutrition to boost mental and emotional health. The charity Food for the Brain has launched two new tests: one to check levels of vitamin D, omega-3 and B vitamins to assess the risk of dementia from middle age…

Boron reduces arthritis – Big Pharma targets borax

Australian biochemist Walter Last, who died in 2021, reveals the many health benefits of boron, especially to treat arthritis, and how vested interests demonised and denied this natural arthritis cure…

Excess deaths since the Covid ‘vaccine’ rollout

narrative, now member of The Reclaim Party, finally gave this speech on 20 October on excess deaths since the Covid ‘vaccine’ rollout – after 20 rejections!

Why butter is better – and unfermented soy is to be avoided

The Weston A Price Foundation was founded in 1999 in the USA to promote the research and findings of Dr Weston Price (1870-1948), a Cleveland dentist, who travelled the world assessing the nutrition and dentition of indigenous peoples…

Sunshine, skin cancer and vitamin D

Dr Sarah Myhill explains why sunshine exposure is fundamentally important for our health, while Big Pharma continues its endless fear campaign to maximise profits

Issue 110 Editorial

As the cover proclaims, the main health topic in this issue is boron’s very positive effect on arthritis and related illnesses. Author Walter Last was a very dedicated, Australian biochemist, who researched many health topics, and his website lists his wide-ranging articles…

Issue 109 Editorial

Aluminium toxicity is the overriding focus of this issue but the 4-page article based on Prof Christopher Exley’s 35+ years of research and evidence, backed by over 200 papers, only scratches the surface of the issue…

Open Air Factor – The forgotten airborne disinfectant

Diseases such as colds, influenza, measles, tuberculosis and Covid-19 spread indoors