Diet, Lifestyle and Disease
Most chronic disease is better served by an holistic approach leaving contemporary medicine/surgery to deal with acute, complex or rare conditions which deserve maximum NHS resources.
70% of CVA (strokes) and Colon Cancer are avoidable
80% of Coronary Artery Disease is avoidable
90% of of Type 2 Diabetes is avoidable
A good diet and lifestyle can decrease the risk of all / any chronic disease by 78 %.
Fresh, Varied, Unprocessed
Exercising and being physically active
Clean Air and Water, Sleep Well and Harness Stress
Many nutrients are lost from food before they reach the body due to modern farming techniques, food processing and cooking methods. It is therefore often necessary, in addition to rebalancing our diets, to take supplements that give us the vitamins and minerals that our bodies need to stay healthy, happy and resistant to disease and illness.
Nutrition is not an alternative to medicine. It is an essential partner, as is the water that we drink and the air that
Eating the right foods for your body's needs and requirements is essential.
Eating to heal.
“People are fed by the food industry, which pays no attention to health and treated by the health industry, that pays no attention to food”.
Wendell E Berry