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6 things you should know about fats

Here at ANH International, we've spent the last 17+ years in dedicated service to you and the planet following a vision of ‘working with nature, not against it.' Over the course of those 17 years, we’ve become a trusted source of health information for many. It’s pretty much the Wild West out there when it comes to health and what you are told is good and bad for you seems to change on a daily basis. We've decided to put our years of research and experience into a new series of quick and easy health hacks. Practical tips for your every day life, based on the most up-to-date scientific thinking. In this week's video, we talk about the unnecessary fear of fat and which fats will be most beneficial to your health.

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ANH-Intl UK blueprint 2 min intro ANH-Intl Founder, executive and scientific director, Rob Verkerk PhD gives 2 minute introduction following release of UK health sustainability blueprint

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Reverse Diabetes Naturally Most doctors and health authorities claim that type 2 diabetes is irreversible. It’s a disease you’re saddled with for life – along with a daily drug habit. Wrong! Type 2 diabetes is a form of carbohydrate intolerance and thousands have learned how to put this condition into permanent remission. Find out more.

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Food4Health Confused by what government’s are saying we should be eating? You’re not alone! Government guidelines are based on outdated or flawed science. Worse, they’re contributing to making people sick, fat and tired. Find out more about what healthy eating is really all about.

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