The ego & politics of medicine

Following on last week’s news letter on toxins, I want to tell you a story. It is 2008 and I am on holiday in Sharma El Sheikh with my then girlfriend (now wife) relaxing with a shisha or two. and casually swimming with whale sharks (they are ludicrously big, it is hard to get your […]

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The truth about “detoxing” & why it matters

Before we start, a quick request. In the new year we are going to open the course up again and really begin to build our movement of results-driven practitioners. No more theory and fluff, we like it all killer, no filler. We are all about the interface between our Neuo-mechanical world and the metabolic world. […]

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Amino acids: The best supplement you have never used

I have prepared another video for you today all about amino acids and how they are so useful for our patients. The concept here is simple and you may well think, as I explain the concept, that it is obvious, and yet many of you will not have known this before. Often, the most profound […]

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B6 and its role in pain and depression

I have prepared another video for you today all about vitamin B6 and        organic acid testing, plus we dig into the development of the supplement range. It is all about understanding some basic biochemistry, reading the literature, and integrating this with clinical testing and experience. Enjoy, ACTIONS TO TAKE: – You pre-order […]

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Carnitine: The most underused critical nutrient ever?

I have prepared a video for you today all about a very under-utlitsed but highly effective nutrient, carnitine. From fibromyalgia, to cognitive issues, to heart issues and depression, carnitine can be amazing. It is all about energy production and specifically from fat burning, Enjoy, https://vimeo.com/637806143/26c4bbe2a1 ACTIONS TO TAKE: – Trial 2g Acetyl-L-Carnitine with 50mg B2 for yourself, […]

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Myths of magnesium (and other lies told by supplement companies)

When it comes to bending the truth for increasing sales, there is no one better than the pharmaceutical industry. They are absolute masters. They love to increase the risk of an issue/disease or increase the benefits of a drug/intervention by taking an absolute risk reduction and turning it into a relative risk reduction. For example, […]

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Why magnesium & B6 are a marriage made in heaven

Take a moment to think of all the famous couples of the past and present, the ones that were simply meant to be together…. Posh and Becks Kermit and Miss Piggy Bert and Ernie Well, let’s add another two: Magnesium and vitamin B6 You see, there are two things that are just so amazing in […]

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The nutrient gap (and how to fill it)

At some point in your career, if you suggest patients should take any nutritional supplements, eventually you will hear something like this: “I get all my nutrition from food” “I don’t take supplements because I eat a balanced diet.” “Supplements are not absorbed.”  “Supplements give you expensive urine.”  The variations are endless, but the theme […]

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Why stress gives you diabetes

Last week we talked about blood sugar and how we can use a classic old school remedy, apple cider vinegar, to blunt our sugar responses. This week, I will use one of our critical Core commandments that I refer back to again and again (and again) in the course. Trying to make sense of symptoms, […]

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Winter is coming & the benefits of ACV

As we gently move towards autumn and our shadows start to get longer, I am once again using my Sperti UVB vitamin D lamp and feeling good for it. Last year, I went the whole winter and autumn with no vitamin D supplements except for doses here and there. This year will be no different, […]

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