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Why are our service stations crack houses? And what does sugar do to the brain?
We look at the curious phenomenon of our service (petrol) stations being full to the brim with foods containing highly addictive substances.
Gestational diabetes mellitus - a nuisance or opportunity for growth?
Gestational diabetes mellitus is growing at a phenomenal rate … Imagine if gestational diabetes was viewed as a blessing in pregnancy and all pregnancy care around this condition supported women to see it as an opportunity for personal growth?
Coffee, cake and charities?
This article exposes the wilful blindness of some charities that seek to raise money, whilst living a life of neglect and lack of self-care.
Caffeine, Cancer, Healthy diet, Lifestyle diseases, Sugar, Diabetes
Serge Benhayon, me and men
Otto Bathurst, TV and movie director, father of three, husband, talks openly about the stark reality men face today and how Serge Benhayon presents another way.
Work life balance, Cancer, Depression, Dementia, Cyber-bullying, Illusion, Diabetes
Food glorious food
Awash with food outlets, TV cooking shows, TV chefs and their latest recipe books, should we be healthier and eating better than ever?
Serge Benhayon TV – Obesity, Big Sugar and The Intelligence of Space
Could banning sugar from our diet provide an easy fix for the seemingly intractable problem of rapidly rising rates of diabetes and obesity that threaten to overwhelm health systems worldwide . . . or not?
Sugar, Obesity, Lifestyle diseases, Food industry, Intelligence, Diabetes
Fanning the Flames of Cancer
This article highlights the work of Dr Fettke and Dr Mercola as they, and others expose fructose, carbohydrates, processed foods as direct contributors to cancers, diabetes and many forms of ill-health.
Is there such a thing as ‘healthy’ sugar?
We have been led to believe that there is such a thing as healthy sugar, but this is just not true...and here’s why.
Sugar, Food industry, Sugar alternatives, Inflammation, Sugar Free, Diabetes
Gluten, dairy, corn ......... are the root of all evil
Sugar, gluten and dairy are combining with devastating effect on humanity.
Coeliac/celiac, Sugar, Gluten free, Obesity, Dementia, Evolution, Diabetes
The Livingness and Food
Leaders like David Perlmutter, Daniel Amen, Chris Kresser, Mark Hyman and Serge Benhayon are now thoroughly exposing the food industry and its malpractices. Food is responsibility and medicine.
Many get criticised, judged and looked down upon due to being overweight, there’s a stigma and a lack of understanding, however is it possible that these things actually contribute to the global issue of obesity?
We are sinking
The coalface of illness and disease. We are spending billions of dollars keeping people alive, yet investing nothing in the thing that we must invest in.
The taxing problems of diabetes
Diabetes and other lifestyle related disorders are reaching epidemic proportions with massive cost and health consequences. It comes down to dealing with our hurts.
‘A spoon full of sugar helps the medicine go down’ – Irony or just pure corruption?
Childhood and adult obesity, heart disease, diabetes, some of the most widespread health challenges known to man are not only on our doorstep, but in our homes. Did we get here through chance or was there something more sinister at play?
Accountability, Corruption, Obesity, Over eating, Sugar, Diabetes
Are weight-loss pills or bariatric surgery the answer to weight loss for obesity?
This article questions whether weight-loss pills or bariatric surgery are the answers to weight loss and obesity, or do we need more individual responsibility?
Weight-loss, Obesity, Health conditions, Medical treatment, Diabetes
Natural sugar vs refined sugar
The difference between digesting natural sugar and the sugar tsunami effect of refined sugar explains mood swings and why we feel hungry even when our clothes are getting tighter.
Sugar, Digestion, Vitality, Nutrition, Food science, Diabetes
Are we consuming sugar or is sugar consuming us?
Our use of sugar has changed dramatically over the last 30 - 40 years. Do you want to be more aware and get a handle on your own sugar use?
The demand for food is in our hands.
Food might be one of the most common topics of conversation, but we are the ones calling the shots – food supply is based on our demands.