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ANH Health Creation Faculty Masterclass with Dr Leo Pruimboom

We are delighted to announce a very special event for health professionals and health coaches — a unique opportunity to join Dr Leo Pruimboom for a one-off masterclass in Central London. Hosted by Rob Verkerk PhD, this is a rare opportunity to learn and interact with two of the most visionary thought leaders in the regenerative health field today. 

'From irritation to low grade inflammation; the universal pathway of chronic disease'

Stress is only stress when it irritates long enough to produce a molecular pattern that activates the immune system. In this way it becomes logical that toxic emotions or toxic thoughts can make you ill. The conventional view of health and disease has forgotten that a disease is the consequence of a universal phenomenon called 'Life'. So to unravel the film of every malady, it is necessary to identify the stressors and pathways by which ‘irritation’ causes inflammation. From here, we can learn how to change 'Life', along with our responses and behaviours, to reduce or eliminate inflammation and become robust, as nature intended.

Date: Friday 17th November

Time: 9am - 5.30pm

Venue: The China Exchange, London

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Natural News

  • The UK has been branded the ‘toxic poster child of Europe’ by the Pesticide Action Network UK (PAN) due its decision not to stop the use of 36 pesticides that have been banned in Europe. Of the 36, 13 are considered to be highly hazardous. The majority of the chemicals were approved for use in the EU prior to Brexit, but have since been withdrawn by the EU. The UK has approved the use of an additional 6 chemicals since Brexit, undermining promises not to water down regulation in the UK following Brexit
  • Almost a third of Gen Z, who were surveyed, approved the notion of the US government installing surveillance cameras in people’s homes. The shock news comes from a recent survey carried out by the Cato Institute. Whilst the majority of those surveyed opposed the proposition, 3 in 10 under 30’s surveyed, supported the concept. The survey also found more than half of those that supported the introduction of Central Bank digital currencies (CBDC) favoured in-home surveillance
  • Many of the environmental restoration projects designed to restore Indigenous lands following degradation by human interference or weather related events actually create a separation between the people and their lands, furthering the dispossession of Indigenous people and often creating more damage to the environment. A new study published in Frontiers in Sustainable Food Systems finds that instead of 'pop-up restoration' schemes, applying an Indigenous food system approach, at a local level, is far more effective at reconnecting people to their land and repairing the damage to the whole environment
  • Habit loss impacts the biodiversity of multiple species from the smallest insect, to the plants and animals that live there. A new study published in eLife looking at the impact of diversity loss amongst mosquito species due to habit disturbance in Côte D'Ivoire, found that weaker species were more likely to die out, leaving stronger species to thrive along with the viruses they carry
  • Childhood cancers are being driven by exposure to pesticides. A new Brazilian systematic review, published in SciELO, found an association between childhood brain tumours and environmental exposure to all types of pesticide. Far and away the biggest exposure happened in the home, highlighting the importance of switching to alternative natural household cleaners and organic food. Beyond Pesticides dives into the detail of the study here
  • The European Commission (EC), recognising the importance of healthy soil, is investing €90 million into research investigating the restoration of soil health for the sustainable production of food and protection of biodiversity as part of the EU Mission: ‘A Soil Deal for Europe’. However, at the same time the EC is proposing to renew the authorisation for glyphosate use for another 10 years in direct contradiction to its work to improve and regenerate soil health.

>>> The soil of life – is in deep trouble

News from ANH-USA

  • Far from protecting the health of US citizens, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is set to change how it classifies PFAS chemicals (known as ‘forever chemicals) under plans to use a case by case approach. Such an approach would allow the EPA to avoid an outright ban on the whole class of toxic chemicals. Read more
  • Conflicts of interest abound in a nutrition panel responsible for setting US dietary guidelines. A recent STAT News investigation reveals how Big Food has packed the Committee with its cronies in order to skew advice on ‘healthy’ eating to Americans. Read more
  • Dr Ron Hoffman tells the story of the introduction of sugar, as we know it, into our diets and the ensuing problems it's created. Read more

Covid News

  • Leaders in the Health Freedom Movement will convene in Sweden for a three day event at the end of this week, organised by Children’s Health Defense (CHD) Europe and Swedish medical freedom advocacy group The Doctors’ Appeal. As part of the 2.5 day event a 1 day symposium, “On Guard to the Liberty of Mankind” will take place on Saturday 30 September, which will be livestreamed, is open to all and free to attend
  • Free speech platform, Rumble, is resisting pressure to demonetise Russell Brand’s content amidst claims of rape and sexual assault. Following receipt of a letter from UK government minister, Caroline Dinenage, asking what steps Rumble was taking to demonetise Brand. Rumble stuck to its guns and refused to bow to the demands. Rumble is now being subjected to further pressure as The News Movement contacts advertisers to tell them their content is being displayed alongside Brand’s asking if they intend to withdraw their advertising from Rumble. Suggestions have also been made that Rumble could be banned in the UK, after the UK Online Bill awaits its passage into law
  • US Authorities failed to warn people about the risks of myocarditis following covid jabs, even though the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and Food and Drug Administration (FDA) had been briefed of the issue by researchers from the Israeli Department of Defense (DOD). The Epoch Times has the full story
  • Multiple scientists are supporting findings made by genomics scientist, Kevin McKernan, exposing high levels of contamination of covid shots with tiny fragments of plasmid DNA. Most recently Dr Phillip Buckhaults shared his findings of contamination as part of a South Carolina Senate hearing. He also expressed concerns that the DNA fragments found in the shots could be integrated into the human genome. The findings by Kevin MecKernan and Dr Buckhaults have also been replicated by German biologist, Jürgen O Kirchner. The Spectator, Australia, has more on this story
  • Long-term vaccine cheerleader, Dr Paul Offit, has spoken out, once again, about covid ‘booster’ shots, stating he hasn’t had the bivalent jab and won’t be getting this year’s jab. In an interview with Chief Nerd, he expressed concern about the risks of myo- and pericarditis following covid jabs and the lack of knowledge around the long-term effects of the shots. The Epoch Times reports on the increasing number of recurrent, relapsing cases of myocarditis in young people as more and more cases are reported in medical journals
  • Covid shot mandates for healthcare workers in Queensland, Australia have, at long last, been rescinded
  • Covid antiviral, monulpiravir created by Merck, has been found to be contributing to the continued mutation of the virus in those who don’t fully clear the infection. The mutated virus can then be passed onto others. The news comes from a new study published in Nature
  • A new study, published in Science Advances, confirms what many women worldwide already know. Covid shots increase the risk of abnormal bleeding. The Norwegian study found women, who don’t normally have a period, were two to five times more likely to experience abnormal bleeding in the four weeks following receipt of a covid jab
  • Rates of long covid have been significantly overestimated, fuelled by poorly designed studies, overly broad definitions, lack of control groups and inappropriate control groups according to a new paper published in BMJ Evidence-Based Medicine by Vinay Prasad and others
  • mRNA covid shots inhibit cellular growth and the ability of stem cells to become specialised red blood cells, a process known as erythroid differentiation. Researchers, publishing a preprint study on Biorxiv, also highlighted the impact of covid jabs on red blood stem cells found in umbilical cord blood, raising further concerns over the safety of covid shots in pregnancy
  • The Canadian and Dutch governments have launched the ‘Global Declaration on Information Integrity Online’. The declared purpose of the Declaration is to combat online ‘disinformation’, although the stated aims also support the “right to freedom of expression” in contradiction to the actions of many governments over the past few years
  • Lack of access to hydroxychloroquine was a major driver of deaths due to covid according to a new study published in Science, Public Health Policy & the Law. The study estimates 520,000 deaths globally could have been prevented if hydroxychloroquine had been available. James Lyons-Weiler has more
  • Stillbirth rates in the UK rose from 3.33 in 2020 to 3.54 in 2021. A similar rise in neonatal deaths was also recorded. Premature births rose by 1.5%. The figures have been published by Mothers and Babies: Reducing Risk through Audit and Confidential Enquiries (MBRRACE-UK) as part of its Perinatal Mortality Surveillance. The increase reverses a 7 year trend of reductions in stillbirths and neonatal deaths in the UK
  • Three families in Spain, whose children died following covid shots, have filed a lawsuit against the State Attorney's Office in an effort to get the deaths investigated and recognised as covid vaccine deaths
  • The antiviral drug, monulpiravir created by Merck, which is used to treat covid patients, is causing the virus to mutate in patients that are slow to clear covid infections, pushing the development of new variants, according to a new paper published in Nature


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