NHS = Natural Health Suppression

Western disease symptoms are steadily increasing across the world.  From obesity to mental disorders there is a worldwide epidemic, wherever western medical practice has had access.  As the medical profession and their patients slowly begin to realise that they have been witnessing one of the greatest disasters of human health, we have to consider where…

Numbers

Standard medical systems are very poor at assessing the number of people affected by allergic/atopic illness within a population.  A general reliance on crude skin testing and a belief that the main cause of common atopic illness is genetic has helped to further obscure the cause and true frequency of such illnesses.  The result has…

No competition for breast milk

The purpose of this blog is to present facts based on extensive research to help prevent the steady increase of western diseases throughout the world.  It also provides information that may enable health practitioners to choose effective treatment options for those affected by atopic symptoms.  The scientific research is summarised in my book ‘The Kindness…

Summary statements about western diseases

After some 25 years of study, these are my conclusions about the illnesses we most commonly encounter: Western diseases are essentially atopic diseases, though most are not currently described in that way. Atopic diseases are caused by feeding anything other than maternal human milk to newborn babies. Atopic disease is passed from generation to generation…

The microbiome – too much gas!

Relax.  This isn’t a rant about carbon dioxide or methane, it is a question about the cart and horse in scientific debate. A while back it was said that if only we understood our genetic makeup we could cure many diseases by editing DNA.  As it turned out, the idea that genes control our cells…

Arthritic cats

One of the issues that emerges from our study of human beings is that cross-feeding of newborn infants with dairy-based formula milk leads to the development of atopic illnesses within a population and that the atopy will spread from mother to offspring over repeated generations, as described from epidemiological studies, by Maureen Minchin (2016).  The…