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The UK, South Africa (where Prof practices), Australia and America have similar official dietary guidelines based on a flawed, misinterpreted American study from the 1950s.  The result has been damage to the health of the populations of these countries for many years.

The world is waking up to the influence of the food industry on our governments and this incredible 4y legal case has exposed the way they work to undermine and discredit health practitioners who don’t toe the official line. With overwhelming evidence on his side, Tim has won which gives hope that things may now improve for everyone.

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Quote of the Month – May Q3

The benefits of exercise are unbelievable but if you have to exercise to keep your weight down your diet is wrong

Professor Timothy Noakes

May is National Walking Month and this week is Mental Health Awareness Week. Luckily walking is good for your mental health!

Take advantage of the unbelievable benefits of exercise by fitting a bit of walking into your day.

My husband had a great idea for me to do a 20 minute walk to work – even though I work from home!

 

Quote of the Month – May Q2

The right amount of nourishment and exercise, not too little, not too much, is the safest way to health.

Hippocrates 2,500 years ago

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Quote of the month

He who takes medicine and neglects diet wastes the skill of his doctors.


Chinese Proverb

You can’t drug people into being healthy!

Dr Aseem Mahotra

Together with Sir Richard Thompson (the Queen’s doctor from 1984-2005), Aseem spoke in the European Parliament on over medication of the British people and how ineffective much of it is.  The bulk of ill health is lifestyle caused and therefore diet can have a strong beneficial effect especially with diseases of insulin resistance like diabetes, heart disease and obesity.

Quote of the Month

The very inconvenient truth that nobody wants to talk about is that to resolve the obesity crisis, we need to eat less food. And we need to particularly eat less unhealthy food which generally comes in a packet and has a logo on it and is generally owned by a very large multinational corporation.

Dan Parker

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In a dramatic change of direction, ex-advertising executive (promoting the likes of Coca Cola and McDonalds), Dan is a founder and Chief Executive of Living Loud which aims to help people live longer, healthier and happier lives by overcoming, preventing and managing lifestyle illness.  Here’s a piece he wrote comparing the food industry to tobacco and a great article about snacking.

 

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For World Diabetes Day – not a day to celebrate

 

Western medicine will one day admit what has been known in the Orient for years. Sugar is the greatest evil that modern industrial civilization has visited upon the countries of the Far East and Africa.

Nyoiti Sakurazawa

The taste of sweetness, whereof a little more than a little is by much too much.

Shakespeare

Henry IV, Part I