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Our Ecological Terrain | THE BLUEPRINT

The ‘Blueprint’ is a 130-page, heavily referenced consensus paper released by the Alliance for Natural Health International in December 2018. It sets out new ways in which individuals can manage multiple domains of their health, and was endorsed by a diverse range of organisations, individuals and companies. The Blueprint argues that many of the NHS’ woes could be remedied by changing the way the UK population manages its health, but only if the bold changes needed to ensure we have future-fit health systems are be adopted by a majority of us, not just a lucky few. Whilst this document is orientated towards the UK NHS, the model of health system sustainability outlined in the Blueprint is generic and of relevance globally.

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Health Sustainability Blueprint Find out about our UK-tailored blueprint that shows how an entire nation’s approach to health & care could be made sustainable for future generations

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Suicide: the hidden epidemic Nutritional Psychiatry: an upstream, biological model of addressing mental health dysfunction

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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 Government guidelines are based on outdated or flawed science.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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The silent epidemic of modern healthcare Preventable harm from medical care continues to rise

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How to keep your 'Terrain' in top form over the Summer Our top 12 tips to optimise your health by balancing your ecological terrain this summer

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Founder's Blog: Drawing dots…creating our own pictures Musings on why it’s so hard for us to agree on complex issues with incomplete information

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