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Health Creation Faculty Course Details

Rob Verkerk PhD: Life Medicine – a new paradigm for multi-system health regeneration

Course duration: 12 weeks, 75 mins per session

Start date: Tuesday 19th September 2023

Sessions: Tuesday at 4:30 pm BST/GMT / 11:30 am EST

Link to enrol: Life Medicine – a new paradigm for multi-system health regeneration

This course is about the ‘medicine’ required for healthful, long lives and will show students how we can co-create and regenerate health by working with multiple systems as well as more closely with nature.

Dr Geert Vanden Bossche: The immune biology of natural and immune escape pandemics/ epidemics

Course Duration: 12 weeks, 90 mins a session

Start date: Wednesday 27th September

Sessions: Wednesday, 2:00 pm BST/GMT / 7:00 pm EST

Link to enrol: The immune biology of natural and immune escape pandemics/ epidemics

This course aims to provide comprehensive insights into the intricate interplay between pathogens and the host immune system. It will illuminate how this interaction influences the evolutionary dynamics of viral immune evasion and the adaptive responses of the host immune system.

Meleni Aldridge: Reset, Re-Tune and Re-Ignite Your Metabolic Pathways

Course duration: 12 weeks, 75 mins per session

Start date: Tuesday 19th September 2023

Sessions: Tuesday at 6:00 pm BST/GMT / 1:00 pm EST

Link to enrol: Reset, Re-Tune and Re-Ignite Your Metabolic Pathways

You’ll learn how you can reset your metabolism and health by changing the way you eat and think and feel and love, share and experience with others.

Dian Shepperson-Mills & Zakia Mance: Having the foresight to plan for fertility up to the first year of life: Healthy Parents to Healthy Children

Course Duration: 15 weeks, 90 mins per session

Start date: Wednesday 13th September 2023

Sessions: Wednesday at 6:30 pm BST/GMT / 1:30 pm EST

Link to enrol: Having the foresight to plan for fertility up to the first year of life:  Healthy Parents to Healthy Children

From conception to nurture, good physiological and mental health of the couple should be considered and cared for. This course makes the wellbeing of the body systems a priority, from healthy eating-to-exercise, mindfulness, and understanding how our bodies work empowers confidence.

David Cordes: Stepping from where you are into who you are

Course Duration: 12 weeks, 90 mins a session 

Start date: Monday 18th September 2023

Sessions: Monday 7:00 pm BST/GMT / 2:00 pm EST 

Link to enrol: Stepping from where you are into who you are

The Journey Home is a twelve-week online course designed to provide participants with an intimate knowledge of their unique and individual inner operating systems.

Natural News

  • The future of Cochrane's independent reviews is in jeopardy after the UK's National Institute for Health and Care Research (NIHR) pulled funding from all the UK groups. Cochrane is also moving away from its current subscription model, resulting in a major reorganisation in which it will centralise all editorial processes, separating them from review development to ensure that reviews are of consistent quality. The changes raise questions over how it will be funded going forward and the ongoing independence of its reviews.

>>> Death of a Whistleblower and Cochrane’s moral collapse

  • Dietary supplements are used by 57% of adults in The Netherlands according to an annual survey (links to Dutch website) carried out by The Central Bureau of Statistics. This was the first time the ‘Experiences’ survey, carried out every year, considered the use of supplements. The most common reason for their use was ‘just to be sure’, with the most commonly used supplements being vitamin D, multivitamins, vitamin C and Magnesium
  • A comprehensive analysis of proposals to deregulate gene edited (GE) organisms by the EU Commission has been published by Testbiotech. The report warns against deregulating GE technologies due to the number of off-target mutations that can occur as a result of GE along with the unknown impacts of GE organisms escaping into the environment

>>> Close the back door to unregulated gene-edited foods

  • Two new studies emphasise the importance of a healthy gut microbiome in babies and children. The first from China, published in mSystems, linked disrupted gut microflora with an increased risk of developing eczema in babies. The researchers noted the use of antibiotics when babies are born, a C-section birth and whether or not a baby is breastfed were all factors in the changes in gut bacteria seen. A second study from Canada, published in Nature Communications, has also linked the development of eczema, asthma, food allergies and/or hay fever in children to gut dysbiosis. The Canadian researchers also point to the way a baby is born, antibiotic use after birth and not breastfeeding as factors in the development of dysbiosis
  • Eating a diet high in ultra-processed foods (UPFs) increases the risk of adolescents becoming depressed later in life, according to a new study from Australia published in the Journal of Affective Disorders. The researchers, analysing data from the Melbourne Collaborative Cohort Study (MCCS), found adolescents who ate high levels of UPFs were more likely to experience depression up to 10 years later, than those who had healthier diets
  • Recognising the problems with UPFs and new to nature ‘foods’ created in labs, the Italian Senate has passed the Synthetic Food Bill, which includes measures to prohibit the production and sale of co-called ‘synthetic’ food including lab-grown meat. Over 2 million Italians backed the bill when they signed a petition in support of its implementation. The Italian health minister was quoted as saying the move was precautionary due to the lack of safety studies of synthetic foods and because Parliament wants to safeguard Italy’s food heritage
  • Drastic cuts to global methane emissions are required to meet international climate targets. A new series of reports published by the Global Climate and Health Alliance (GCHA) calls for a 45% reduction in methane emissions by 2030 to prevent warming of less than 0.3C by 2045. The reports give those who advocate for drastic reductions in meat intake yet more grist for their mill.

>>> Microbes – our partners in health

>>> The diet/depression link in teenagers

>>> Lab-grown meat versus agro-ecological farming

>>> Buy a copy of RESET EATING for the whole family to learn about the health benefits of eating a plant-rich, largely unprocessed, wholefood diet

  • A single dose of psilocybin, a naturally occurring psychedelic substance found in magic mushrooms, significantly reduced symptoms of depression. A small study, published in JAMA, found psilocybin had an effective anti-depressant effect for up to 6 weeks and was well tolerated. The study comes following the approval of psilocybin and MDMA as treatments for mental health issues in Australia earlier this year

>>> Rob Verkerk PhD on TNT Mind Medicine show

  • Product Information Inserts (PIs) will no longer be supplied with injectable products, including vaccines, given by health professionals in Australia. Anyone wishing to find out what's in the products will need to access the PIs on the Therapeutic Goods Agency’s (TGA) website. This change will make it much harder for individuals to make informed decisions about their health care

>>> Is your medical consent properly informed?

>>>  Informed consent - is this fundamental right being respected?

  • A new study using cancer cells from mice, warns that antioxidant supplements such as vitamins C and E drive the growth of BACH1-dependent cancers by promoting the growth of new blood vessels. News of the study has triggered negative media reports around the world suggesting that vitamins C and E may "make lung cancers grow faster". The study is misleading, because the cancer cells were exposed to nutrients in-vitro (in a lab culture dish) before levels of ROS were measured and not in-vivo (in a human or mouse body) plus it doesn’t account for lifestyle issues such as diet, toxic load or stress to balance its conclusions
  • Cancer in younger people (under the age of 50) has risen exponentially across the world in the past 30 years. Researchers analysing data from the Global Burden of Disease (GBD) 2019, found levels of ‘early-onset’ cancer increased by nearly 80%, while deaths rose by just under 30%. The researchers mainly blame the increase on red meat consumption along with low milk and fruit consumption, alcohol and tobacco use. No mention is made of other factors such as increasing EMFs, stress, high consumption of processed foods (including meat products) and pharmaceutical products.

>>> Guest Article: Revealing the Dark Matter of Cancer

>>> OPINION: Cancer as a survival and healing mechanism

News from ANH-USA

  • Are you aware that the US government is approving gene edited foods and not requiring them to be labelled, thus preventing consumers from making an informed decision about whether they want to eat such foods or not? It’s going to take a grassroots movement to oppose the adulteration of our food systems and stop Big Biotech from running amok as they buy up regulatory agencies across the world. Find out more
  • Achieving the right balance of omega 6/3 oils is crucial to health, but many people aren’t aware of the need to reduce consumption of omega 6 oils, which largely come from industrially processed seed oils, and which increase naturally occurring omega-3 fatty acids. Read more about what you should and shouldn’t eat to balance your omega6/3 ratio and how you can test your fatty acid status…
  • Ron Hoffman, MD, discusses how to stay healthy as we age and reduce our risk of falls. Check out his 10 factors that undermine our balance as we age.

Covid News

  • It doesn’t matter whether you’re vaccinated or not. The longer you’re exposed to someone with covid the more likely you are to catch it, regardless of the number of covid jabs you’ve had or not, according to a new study published in Nature Communications 
  • Four US doctors are suing the Washington Medical Commission (WMC) after it punished three of them for speaking out against covid restrictions and treating covid patients with ivermectin. The judge is expected to issue his ruling in the next 3 months. The Defender has more
  • Spike protein produced following covid ‘vaccination’ continues to be found in 50% of people tested up to 6 months after someone was jabbed, according to a new study published in Proteomics Clinical Applications
  • Covid jabs are driving the development of inflammatory and autoimmune skin diseases, as well making existing conditions worse, according to a new meta-analysis published in The Journal of the German Society of Dermatology
  • A US federal appeals court has given the go-ahead for a lawsuit brought by 3 doctors, including Dr Paul Marik, against the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for overstepping its authority in a campaign against using ivermectin to treat covid. The presiding judge said “FDA is not a physician. It has authority to inform, announce, and apprise – but not to endorse, denounce or advise.”
  • Recent reporting has brought the existence of unredacted EU contracts, with Pfizer, to purchase covid injections to the fore. Of particular note is a clause that requires member states to acknowledge the existence of unknown adverse events and accept the efficacy of the jabs is unknown. However, similar clauses do not appear in contracts for Astrazeneca or Moderna. Robert Kogon writing in the Daily Sceptic has the full story
  • Vinay Prasad, MD, discusses a recent CNN interview with Anthony Fauci in which he refuses to back down on the use of masks, despite being challenged by the interviewer. Instead he switches position from one that masks work at population level to one where masks only work for the individual
  • Myocarditis following covid jabs was found to be more prevalent in women than men. The data comes from a study published in the European Journal of Heart Failure, in which healthcare workers were tested for levels of troponin prior to receiving booster jabs
  • Following analysis of data from the UK's Office for National Statistics (ONS), insurance analyst, Ed Dowd, claims excess mortality rates in children in England and Wales have increased sharply since the introduction of covid genetic vaccines. He discusses his findings in an interview with Dr Drew
  • Businesses, such as barbers and hairdressers along with churches in Mississippi are being offered $1,000 in return for promoting covid jabs to their customers and congregations as part of the State Department of Health’s Communities Conquering COVID programme.


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