Revealing the truth about health, nutrition, diagnostics and prevention

Revealing the truth about health, nutrition, diagnostics and prevention

Welcome to – your guide to health in an increasingly complicated world. Our aim is to provide you with cutting-edge medical, diagnostic, nutritional and health information, based upon the latest study data available.

Nutritional Medicine - Prevention is Better Than Cure
Nutritional Medicine

Information on preventing or improving your prospects with:

  • Cancer
  • Cardiovascular / heart disease
  • Infections and parasitic diseases.
  • Stroke (cerebrovascular disease)
  • Sexually transmitted diseases, HIV/AIDS
  • Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease
  • Perinatal conditions
  • Digestive diseases
  • Neuropsychiatric disorders.
  • Diabetes mellitus.
  • Diseases of the genitourinary system.
  • Cirrhosis of the liver.
  • Maternal conditions.
  • Nutritional deficiencies
  • Asthma
  • Epilepsy
  • and more…

Science and technology moves on at an alarming rate, and current health recommendations are soon replaced as new study data emerges. Unfortunately, your family doctor is rarely able to keep up with all of the latest advances. Equally, the amount of time that doctors get to spend with patients is so minimal, that you are left to find your own information upon diagnosis.

This is a poor state of affairs, so aims to arm you with easily accessible and straightforward health information.

Let us put it this way… If we just consider one of many diseases, such as cancer.

It is estimated that between 20% and 60% of cancer deaths are related to dietary factors. In other words, much of cancer may be preventable by altering your diet. Secondly, there are many environmental risk factors that you can avoid, which further reduces your risk. Finally, for many types of cancer, if diagnosed early enough, treatment can be successful in as much as 80% of the cases. However, if diagnosed late, as little as 20% of cases may result in successful treatment.

With this in mind, we aim to provide information on the biggest causes of death and illness, and provide information on:

  1. Foods, behaviours or habits to encourage.
  2. Foods, behaviours or habits to avoid.
  3. Early diagnosis and signs to look out for.

This information is designed to save lives, so we take it very seriously. However, we also realise that our audience are not medically trained. On that basis we try to make the information as light-hearted, informative and easy to consume as possible.

This information is in the form of articles, videos, webinars and live seminars. Please take the time to subscribe to our “Life-Saver Updates” newsletter, visit us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter. More importantly, be sure to tell your loved ones so that they too can benefit from the most up-to-date advice and information.