How toxins are making us fat and diabetic

Each year the toxic burden in our air, food and water – and thus our bodies – grows higher than ever before. Companies manufacture 6.5 trillion pounds of 9,000 different chemicals each year. That’s an almost incomprehensible amount. But to put it in...

Neurogenesis: How to Change Your Brain

“In adult centers the nerve paths are something fixed, ended, immutable. Everything may die, nothing may be regenerated.” — Santiago Ramon Y Cajal, “Degeneration and Regeneration in the Nervous System,” 1928 This long-held tenet, first...

Everything you thought you knew about food is WRONG

We think we know what to eat: less red meat and more fiber, less saturated fat and more fruit and veg, right? Wrong, according to a controversial new book by obesity researcher and nutritionist Zoe Harcombe. In The Obesity Epidemic: What Caused It? How Can We Stop It?...