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What Doctors Don't Tell You Australia/NZ

What Doctors Don't Tell You Australia/NZ

April - May 2021
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What Doctors Don’t Tell You is a bi-monthly magazine which publishes the latest healthcare news, alongside information on complimentary therapies and alternative medicines, with a host of features and stories written by leading experts and our highly-respected regular contributors. We aim to bring our readers world-leading research and ground-breaking news. Our hallmark is in-depth research, and hard-won information of a quality that can change lives for the better.

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Country:
Australia
Language:
English
Publisher:
Nuclear Enterprises Pty Ltd
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Bimonthly
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6 Issues

in this issue

4 min.
cutsugar, control thevirus

While the Covid-19 vaccine rollout grows apace around the globe, both of us are continuously astonished to see that no government or health authority has ever bothered to discuss the most basic of questions about this disease. For instance, why is it that certain populations, like American and British people, have more deaths from Covid than others? What factors differentiate someone who gets Covid and experiences a mild form of the illness from someone who gets a severe form of the disease and dies? Thus far, doctors only point to a few characteristics that predispose people to serious Covid: age, health conditions like heart disease, diabetes or vascular disease, and being a person of color. And they leave it at that, as though it is a strange accident of birth. Nobody bothers to…

2 min.
editorial panel

Dr Damien Downing, a specialist in allergy, environment and nutrition, is current president of the British Society for Ecological Medicine, on the editorial board of Orthomolecular Medicine News Service, Chief Medical Advisor of cancer charity Yes to Life (www.yestolife.org.uk), and author of numerous books including The Vitamin Cure for Allergies. Dr Harald Gaier is a UK-registered osteopath, homeopath, acupuncturist, naturopath and medical herbalist. Former director of medical research at The Hale Clinic and a committee member of the Prince of Wales’ Foundation for Integrated Health, Dr Gaier has authored numerous scientific papers and The Encyclopedia of Homeopathy. Dr Michel Odent, a French-trained surgeon and obstetrician, is a pioneer of the natural birth movement, emphasizing home and water birth. Founder of the Primal Health Research Centre in the UK, he has written some…

4 min.
have your say

Alternative views Thank you so much for the tireless work you are doing to inform people and get the truth out there. I have benefitted so much from your magazine. For example, the light treatment. Initially I scoffed at the idea that light or colour could have any impact on our health, but by now I have treated tinnitus, injuries, swellings, etc. with color light therapy. I had already been reading up on Raymond Royal Rife when your article on microcurrents (mid-2020) was published. Now I own a frequency generator! There is so much out there to help us retain a healthy life, but you won’t find that on Google or in mainstream media. If you are looking for more subjects, I have found Dr Hulda Clark’s work very interesting. Her book A…

1 min.
a med diet stops prostate cancer in its tracks

Taking up a Mediterranean diet could be all it takes to stop localized prostate cancer from spreading. Eating more fruits, vegetables, fish and pulses like beans, peas and lentils will manage the cancer and stop it growing or spreading. As a result, invasive surgery will probably not be necessary, say researchers from the University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center. The researchers tested the diet on 410 men diagnosed with early-stage prostate cancer whose markers for disease progression, including their PSA score, were measured every six months. The average age of the group was 64; 82 percent of the men were white, and 8 percent black. Some of the men didn’t follow the diet very carefully, but those who did saw a 10 percent drop in their cancer’s growth for every one of…

1 min.
five lifestyle changes that reduce heartburn

You don’t need to take medications to manage your heartburn. Making just five changes to your diet and lifestyle is enough to end your suffering. Heartburn—more properly known as gastroesophageal reflux, or GERD—affects 30 percent of all Americans, and it’s usually managed with over-the-counter remedies. But you can drop the drugs if you adopt these five changes: get to a normal weight, don’t smoke, do moderate to vigorous exercise every day for 30 minutes, restrict yourself to just two cups of coffee, tea or soda daily, and follow a “prudent“ diet. Lifestyle changes are the way to go, as heartburn meds come with a worrying host of side-effects, said lead researcher Andrew Chan. People who adopt the five changes see an average 37 percent drop in symptoms, and this can fall further depending on…

1 min.
the supplement that’s as good as exercise

Glucosamine supplements aren’t just good for arthritis—they can help you live longer and are as good for you as regular exercise. Taking one supplement a day for a year reduces your risk of dying from heart disease by 65 percent and premature death from any illness by 39 percent. That’s in the scale of health benefits you’d expect to see from someone who regularly exercises in the gym, say researchers from West Virginia University who examined the health records of 16,686 people over the age of 40. But don’t give up exercise for a glucosamine / chondroitin supplement. “That’s not what we suggest, said Dana King, one of the researchers. “Keep exercising, but the thought that taking a pill would also be beneficial is intriguing.” Nonetheless, the impact of taking…