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  • Health Lessons from a Sioux Chief

    “No man will eat three times each sun if he would keep his body strong and his mind unclouded.”

  • Thistle- A Medicine, Not a Weed

    Plants have no immune systems. They protect themselves from microbes and competitors with thousands of powerful nutrients.

  • Lessons From the Last Samurai

    Don’t wait until you get sick to start to get healthy. When the ninja attack is not the time to start sword fighting lessons.

  • Ozone Kills Pathogenic Microbes

    As pathogenic microbes become more resistant to anti-microbial drugs such as antibiotics, as we learn that destruction of the gut microbiome by the long term use of antibiotics has serious consequences, the world searches for ways to kill pathogens without harming normal cells.”

  • Tick Bone Infections in Australia

    But just because one doctor has not seen a case, does not mean the disease dose not exist, nor that other people are not seeing it. I’ve not seen a case of premature labour in 15 years because I don’t deliver babies anymore. It doesn’t mean that premature labour does not occur in Australia.

  • Fighting Parasites Is A Good Thing

    Intestinal parasites although stressful in the short term, almost certainly promote health in the long term by turbo-charging the bowel micro biome.

  • Increasing Role For Ozone

    As pathogenic microbes become more and resistant to anti-microbial drugs such as antibiotics, as we learn that destruction of the gut microbiome by the long term use of antibiotics has serious consequences, the world searches for ways to kill pathogens without harming normal cells.

  • Why Candida Might Be Recurrent

    Mushroom and herb omelette…delightful. Mushrooms growing on the genitals, mushrooms growing between toes, mushrooms growing in the groin. NOT good.

  • Why High Cholesterol Might Be Good

    The good news is that sub-particle testing can now be done that will give us a lot more information about the risk.

  • Time to Measure Our Waists

    “According to the U.S. National Institutes of Health, the risk of disease is high with a waist circumference greater than 35 inches for women (88 cm) and more than 40 inches (102 cm) for men.

Dr Emerson was recently interviewed on ‘Know the Cause’, the most popular health television programme in the US.

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