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Heavy metal testing

There’s no doubt that heavy metals affect health. This fact is shown in the literature and also through clinical experience where we see people’s health improve when these metals are detoxified. Whether heavy metals cause problems for you depends on your genetics and ability to detoxify. Some people can detoxify efficiently, where others can’t. Mercury,…

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Why I hate the gluten-free diet fad

It’s sad to see that the gluten free diet has reached ‘fad’ status because it’s undermining the real dangers of gluten consumption and the true benefits of a gluten-free diet. In genetically susceptible people, gluten can trigger an autoimmune response in the gut called coeliac disease, which is a serious condition. Coeliac disease can severely…

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Case Study – Alex C

How Alex beat urinary tract problems and boosted her sex life Alex, aged 24, London. “As a Pilates Instructor setting up a new business this not only improved my personal life, but my work life as well. The knowledge and skills I picked up in the 3 months I was working with Jack are now…

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Blood

Blood test deception (part 3/4)

So far, we’ve looked at the fundamental problems of: Blood tests being very inconsistent in what they report and measure. Normal reference ranges being very wide and based on a sick population. These are incredibly important considerations when you’re told “everything is normal with your blood test” despite you feeling really unwell. Pathological versus functional…

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Blood

Blood test deception (2/4)

In the previous article, we covered the inconsistency of test markers reported despite our clients requesting exactly the same blood test markers. But even when every single marker is reported, there’s an even more fundamental problem with blood test results and it’s the way they’re interpreted. Specifically, it’s the concept of a ‘normal’ range that’s…

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