In this second part of our interview with medical journalist Jerome Burne, he explains why coconut oil could ease Alzheimer’s. Here is the article he wrote for the UK Daily Mail about this: Can coconut oil ease Alzheimer’s? Families who’ve given it to loved ones swear by it . The article was published on 8 January 2013.
In this first part of our interview with medical journalist Jerome Burne, he explains how he had heard about ketones and the benefits for the metabolism at a lecture by Professor Kieran Clarke of Oxford University. Here is the article he wrote for the UK Daily Mail based on that news: Could this elixir hold the key to weight loss?
In the second part of our interview with Justin Smith, he explains his reference at the end of part 1 to “the consistent misinformation about what constitutes a healthy diet”.
This is the first part of our interview with Justin Smith, Producer/Director of the investigative documentary Statin Nation. In it, he explains the background to his decision to make Statin Nation.
Since we filmed the interview, with the backing of a crowd-funding campaign which reached its initial target in record time, Justin has started to make Statin Nation II.
A few days ago, he published the first intro clip from Statin Nation II, which looks at the new cholesterol guidelines introduced in the US last month.
Apparently, these new guidelines are set to double the number of people taking statin medications.
The crowd-funding campaign to finance Statin Nation II is now close to its second target. If you want to see the rewards on offer and contribute to the crowd-funding campaign, visit the Statin Nation II web page.
Coming soon: Part 2 of our interview with Justin Smith, in which he explains why he thinks that there has been ‘consistent misinformation about what constitutes healthy eating’.
This is Alph, Beel & Chah-Lee’s New Year message, which we’re sending to our friends and relatives. We’ve uploaded it as an unlisted video on YouTube to allow you to share the YouTube link (http://youtu.be/bs9tMzxLoWQ) with people you care about too.
As with the film and the prequel, the puppeteers were Enrique Nicanor (Alph & Beel) and Kaberi Chatterjee (Chah-Lee). The voices were provided by Enrique Nicanor (Beel) and Obhi Chatterjee (Alph & a rather hoarse Chah-Lee!).
While we put the finishing touches to You must be nuts!, we will gradually upload the full interviews we have filmed with Jerome Burne, Paul Burstow MP, Patrick Holford, Dr Stephanie Seneff and Justin Smith. They will be embedded on the interviews page of this website for future reference.
Regrettably, we are not able to include the full interviews in the film itself. However, by posting the full interviews here, this should allow those interested in knowing more to access the full and detailed explanations provided by our interviewees, who kindly gave us their time to contribute to the film.
This is the first part of our interview with Patrick Holford for You must be nuts! In it, he explains what he thinks could prevent Alzheimer’s.
Apart from being the chief executive of the Food for the Brain Foundation, Patrick Holford is the author of The Alzheimer’s Prevention Plan , as well as 34 other books in the field of nutrition medicine and psychiatry.