My Serrapeptase Adventure is the remarkable story of “The ‘Miracle’ Enzyme,” Serrapeptase, which gave me back my life in January 2006. It is a great, continuing, health adventure, enabled by the sharing of information on the Internet, the airwaves and in print. It is a story of personal determination, inspired by the kindness of people around the world.
My Serrapeptase Adventure charts the four life-changing years in which I discovered that many of the symptoms from which Serrapeptase has rescued me were, in fact, understood, and even expected, side effects of prescription medications
When I first heard people describing my return to naturally sustained good health and then Serrapeptase itself, as a ‘miracle,’ I was concerned. Continue Reading
Today, Robert Francis QC, Chairman of the Inquiry publishes his final report following consideration of over 250 witnesses and over one million pages of documentary evidence.
The Inquiry has been examining the commissioning, supervisory and regulatory bodies in the monitoring of Mid Staffordshire hospital between January 2005 and March 2009. It has been considering why the serious problems at the Trust were not identified and acted on sooner, and identifying important lessons to be learnt for the future of patient care. It builds on Mr Francis’s earlier report, published in 2010 after the earlier independent inquiry on the failings in the Mid Staffordshire NHS Foundation Trust between 2005 and 2009.
Can you really have your cake and eat it? According to Michael Pollan, you can. In this fun RSA Short, Pollan explains how to eat well by following one simple rule without the need for fad diets or deprivation.
Michael Pollan is an award-winning food writer whose books include, Cooked: A Natural History of Transformation, In Defense of Food and The Omnivore’s Dilemma.
The Omnivore’s Dilemma is best-selling author Michael Pollan’s brilliant and eye-opening exploration of these little-known but vitally important dimensions of eating in America.
Pollan has divided The Omnivore’s Dilemma into three parts, one for each of the food chains that sustain us: industrialized food, alternative or “organic” food, and food people obtain by dint of their own hunting, gathering, or gardening. Continue Reading
For almost 5 years, the FDA has been attacking Daniel Smith of Spokane Washington for selling a mineral supplement that purifies water and has been used in places like Africa by the Red Cross to prevent Malaria. The product is called MMS (Miracle Mineral Solution), and the active ingredient is sodium chlorite, a common mineral that is even used in some municipalities in the U.S. to purify water instead of chlorine.
Daniel Smith will face a trial in less than 30 days, the culmination of close to 5 years of legal battles, that could result in him spending 37 years in prison if convicted.
Because the FDA has not approved his product for health claims.