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  • You get a second chance to digest Meleni Aldridge's article ditching the myths about 'bad fats' and discussing how abandoning Big Food’s low-fat dogma will benefit your brain health. Her article ‘Get Fat Happy!’, has been published in the latest edition of Positive Health Online. This information is so essential (they don't call them EFAs for nothing!) it's worth a second reading even if you caught it the first time. The exponential growth of chronic and degenerative diseases affecting our brain health is a modern-day phenomena linked to the way we eat and live. That means we have the power to create change
  • Book recommendation: Described as a conspiracy theorist’s compendium, Feargus O’Connor Greenwood’s book ‘180 degrees: Unlearn The Lies You've Been Taught To Believe’ turns so-called conspiracy theories into conspiracy fact. From the founding of the US federal reserve through to the covid pandemic he shines a light on the way in which people have been manipulated through the decades, in an attempt to prevent further manipulation in the future. As well as unpeeling multiple conspiracy theories, he also finishes with ten solutions to help those who are already aware to share their knowledge with those who have yet to see so clearly. Listen to the recent episode of The Delingpod: The James Delingpole Podcast to find out more
  • If you’re on statins, you need to know about a new systematic review, published in Cureus. The review confirms that statins reduce insulin sensitivity and increase insulin resistance, precursors to type 2 diabetes, regardless of the type of statin used. The analysis confirms well-established science about the link between statins and insulin resistance, which led the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to change statin labelling to reflect the problem.

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  • As pushback against the expansion of the Ultra-Low Emission Zone (ULEZ) continues in London, the ANH team have become aware of a new way to punish car drivers, that’s been slid in under the radar in recent years. Called ‘Emissions Based Parking’ the charge is levied on top of parking charges, allegedly to reduce the number of high polluting vehicles on the roads. Multiple London boroughs are already imposing such a charge through app-based parking companies, such as RingGo. Many Councils outside of London are now considering using the system to punish vehicle users and prevent them from driving into towns and cities. What doesn’t seem to have been considered is such tactics could drive yet more consumers out of town centres into the arms of online retailers
  • Three new studies published this month provide strong evidence of the health harming properties of glyphosate. The first, a new systematic review, published in Chemosphere found “strong evidence” that the weedkiller meets five out of ten key indicators for being a carcinogen. The second, published in Environmental Science and Pollution Research, found an association with the development anaemia, whilst the third, published in Environmental Pollution, found evidence of endocrine system disruption
  • Following reports of cases of malaria in the US recently, coincidentally (or not!), a new paper has been published in Nature discussing the development of an mRNA-based malaria vaccine
  • We should be focusing on making people healthier according to a new report ‘A Covenant for Health’. The paper starts by stating there is an opportunity to make significant improvements to the health of people in the UK in the next 5 to 10 years, benefitting not only the individual, but the economy and health systems. We opened the report interested to see if it would reflect new thinking about how to improve the nation’s health. Sadly, it wasn’t to be as the same old advice has been recycled yet again – stop people smoking and take up vaping, impose sugar and salt taxes to encourage reformulation of processed foods, reduce calorie intake... the list goes on. As the saying goes, the definition of insanity is doing the same thing and expecting different results
  • The state of the UK's health in 2040 is laid bare in a new report from the Health Foundation, which predicts 1 in 5 adults in England will be suffering from a chronic disease. Young people will be the most badly affected with the highest burden seen in the 20-29 age group. This data is in line with our predictions in our Blueprint for Health System Sustainability in 2019. The most effective approach we know of to curb this trend is personalised lifestyle and nutritional medicine - in its most holistic forms. But far reaching and radical changes enabling people to take responsibility for their own health are needed if we’re to truly improve the nation’s health.

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News from ANH-USA

  • Laboratory developed tests (LDTs) are under threat from the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) after it announced a proposed new rule that would extend its powers to require pre-market approval of such tests. Read more
  • Following the IARC’s announcement that the sweetener, aspartame, is possibly carcinogenic, the FDA issued a statement disagreeing with the assessment and asserting it doesn’t concur that there are any safety issues. Find out more
  • Dr Ron Hoffman steps into the fray to suggest ways to reform the US healthcare system along with the health of individuals. Read more

Covid News

  • Calls are being made to align the International Health Recommendations and World Health Organization’s proposed Pandemic Treaty more closely with each other as negotiations over what constitutes a pandemic continue.

>>>  Pandemic Treaty and IHR debated in UK Parliament

>>>  The plan for WHO supremacy over human health

  • New data submitted by Moderna to the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) as part of the licensing process for its covid jab, has been released thanks to a Freedom of Interest lawsuit brought against the FDA by Defending the Republic (DTR); a US-based public interest advocacy group. Approximately 15,000 pages of information has been released, which includes data on serious adverse reactions raising many questions over the supposed safety of the injections. The Defender has more
  • Cases of covid following vaccination were redefined by the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) in early 2021 to reduce reports of breakthrough cases. The revelation is made by the Epoch Times after it obtained emails documenting the change of definition from 7 days post jab to 14 days
  • Basketball star, LeBron James’s 18 year old son, collapsed recently following a heart attack. Elon Musk has questioned the potential role of covid jabs in causing the cardiac event, as media uses the event to normalise heart issues in high level athletes
  • Debanking is becoming the ultimate way to punish those who speak out against mainstream dogma. Initially seen in Canada, when Justin Trudeau's government instructed banks to close the accounts of those involved with the Trucker's Protest, it's spreading. In the UK, Brexiteer, Nigel Farage, recently had his accounts closed along with an English vicar who complained about Pride banners in his bank's branches. In the US, one of Dr Mercola's businesses, Mercola Market, has it's accounts closed along with those of it's CEO, CFO and some of their familiy members. The debacle with Nigel Farage has resulted in the resignation of the CEOs of Coutts Bank and NatWest. Farage has vowed to stop the debanking of people and rein in the banks
  • Diagnoses of type 1 diabetes in children increased significantly in the first two years of the pandemic according to a new systematic review and meta-analysis, using data from multiple countries, published in JAMA Network Open. It’s thought the first year increase was due to a lag in diagnoses but researchers say they’ve been unable to pinpoint the cause for the surge in cases in 2021
  • Conclusions that masks prevented the spread of covid, from researchers publishing in the CDC's Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report (MMWR) publications, were often not supported by the data being quoted. A new preprint study raises concerns over the reliability of the journal for informing health policy due to the lack of robust evidence used in MMWR publications
  • After Moderna booster jabs, 5.1% of those who had the jab had increased troponin levels indicating cardiac damage. 2.8% of those jabbed suffered vaccine associated myocardial injury according to a new Swiss study published in The European Journal of Heart Failure. Dr John Campbell reviews the paper and its implications
  • Robert F Kennedy Jr has told a US House Hearing that, "Once you start censoring, you’re on your way to dystopia and totalitarianism". His remarks came as part of hearing organised by the Subcommittee on the Weaponization of the Federal Government, which was marred by interruptions and attempts to remove Kennedy as a witness. The Defender has the full story
  • Nearly 40% of the funds donated to the WHO Foundation, in its first two years, came from anonymous donors according to a new op-ed published by Associated Press. The news has sparked concerns that there are those who would seek to use such ‘secret’ donations as a way to influence the World Health Organization’s policies
  • Geert Vanden Bossche has posted, what he ruefully describes as, his last ever video, to warn about the problems associated with covid jabs. He’s revisited the science and breaks down the risks to individuals of developing serious covid disease, into groups. He considers those who are unvaccinated, had only one vaccine or were infected prior to vaccination, are at low risk of serious disease from the continued mutation of the SARS-CoV-2. He predicts acute autoimmune diseases, turbo cancers and excess deaths will continue to rise in the coming weeks and months as we move into the end of the year. These rises will be followed by a wave of acute covid disease in highly vaccinated populations.


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