Part 1 of 3. Weight loss is a simple process for the body but a trickier process for the mind. What are the things we need to change? What behaviours need to shift? What do we need to put in place? What are the most important things I should focus on?
Here is a short 2015 filmed exceptional health video of me speaking broadly about modern lifestyle cancers. These short clips were originally filmed when we were 'The Exceptional Health Company', however they were so popular, here they are.
The 'anti-diabetes' diet was developed by researchers at the University of Newcastle to tackle type 2 diabetes — with impressive results. In the eight-week study involving 11 patients; all reversed their type 2 diabetes and 3 months later, 7 patients were diabetes-free.
Your bowels, digestive system and microbiome is the most important part of the human body. It does everything, builds everything and controls your health, energy and longevity. Take care of it. Eating a plant-based wholefood diet is step one.
The Genome Project found that each one of your genes can create up to 30,000 proteins, any of which can create a different outcome; you get sick, or you stay healthy. The aspects that activate or suppress your genes are almost always diet and lifestyle-related.
The European Prospective Investigation into Cancer and Nutrition (EPIC), is a ground-breaking study from all over Europe. It has clarified many things, one being that if we continue to eat, drink and live the way we do, cancer rates will continue to grow exponentially.
Heart disease is the biggest killer of human beings. The biggest cause of cardiovascular deaths is hypertension (high blood pressure). Is hypertension curable and reversible in most cases? Yes, through simple diet and lifestyle changes.
Esselstyn CB, Ellis SG, Medendorp SV, et al. “A strategy to arrest and reverse coronary artery disease: a 5-year longitudinal study" delivers the most successful heart disease reversal study in history. A 100% hit rate curing heart disease and prolonging healthy life.
“People with asthma may benefit from improving their diet. Lower fiber intake was related to poorer lung function and increased airway inflammation in people with asthma” Bronwyn Berthon, University of Newcastle, Australia. The research keeps coming.