I am not in the business of attacking anyone else, putting anyone else down or judging anyone. I think that kind of thing is already all-too-common online, and it is negative, it really doesn’t help anyone. I have been blogging for over 4 years, and I have not attacked anyone else in that time.
However, some self-proclaimed healthcare professionals, some folks with lots of academic qualifications, have told me I am a quack, a danger to the public, preaching pseudo-science and quackery.
Those of you who have been to my live Seminar, you be the judge of that.
Meanwhile, under the watchful guidance of the medically qualified, our great nation seems to be suffering –
- National obesity EPIDEMIC
- Diabetes EPIDEMIC
- Heart disease at EPIDEMIC proportions
- Cancer rates SOARING
- Depression rates SOARING
- Childhood obesity SOARING
- Statins, antacids, anti-depressants and PPIs widespread
- Now see this –
– HALF of all the women in the UK, and NEARLY HALF of all men are now taking PRESCRIPTION DRUGS.
Quote “The more medicines you take, the more contact you have with contemporary medicine, the less well you feel.” Read more
I saw this very interesting post on Justin Smith’s blog the other day, and I thought I should share it with you.
New Study Confirms Statins Do Not Save Lives
Smith is the author of the Statin Nation movie and the book $29bn Reasons To Lie About Cholesterol
I recently received this question:
Question for MND: meat farming is considered by some to be very resource-intensive and bad for the environment, compared with the nutrition you can get from grains and other farmed foods. I know you don't like grains - but where does the balance lie?
And I thought I would share the answer with you, for your interest:
MotherNaturesDiet replies: Thanks, you raise a really good point, and it's something I am going to be covering in detail in one of the books I am writing, which will be available later in the year.
The principle argument is a classic case of ‘distorted data’. The anti-meat lobby and many hard-line vegetarian blogs love to quote all this water-and-land usage data to argue for eating grains and not meat. They quote that it takes some huge number, 2,000 gallons or more, of fresh water to raise 1 pound of beef, therefore meat is this terrible resource-guzzling food, and so the story goes. They quote that the developing world could never all eat meat the way Americans do, because it would require so much land and fresh water to raise that much beef.
Summary of this post:
•Modern beef production wastes a lot of water, is cruel to the animals and has a high impact on the environment.
•It doesn’t HAVE to be that way, organic is sustainable and achievable.
•However, in the short term, organic is likely to remain a ‘niche choice’ for the conscientious consumer.
•The human population on Earth has only become so harmfully inflated due to intensive industrialised farming processes that started since the industrial revolution.
A friend of mine shared this link with me this morning:
Just read the article, it's pretty clear, even though the smart ones among us have known for years that refined sugar is bad news, here is yet more evidence, but will anyone listen?