The Health section of this morning’s Sunday Express in the UK carries an article with the headline: ‘We are very worried’ Former Royal doctor demands statins inquiry. Statin drugs are
You would imagine from its title that the US Department of Agriculture’s Nutrition Evidence Library would be a comprehensive database of all scientific research on nutrition. Unfortunately, it isn’t. Here is its methodology:
After standing firm against criticism from the food industry of its recent guidance to reduce sugar intake among adults and children to 5%, and from Monsanto for its re-evaluation of glyphosate as
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Two weeks ago, Obhi wrote to the Rt Hon Dr Sarah Wollaston MP, the Chair of the Commons Health Select Committee, to: “… urge the Committee to investigate what I consider
Wishing all friends and fans of You must be nuts! a happy, healthy and prosperous 2015. Talking of a healthy 2015, a couple of days ago, Chris Ham, Chief Executive of
It has taken much longer to complete the film than we had intended when we published the 3-minute prequel on New Year’s Day 2014! The prequel shows the puppets Alph
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In recent posts, we have seen that Dr Stephanie Seneff, Senior Research Scientist at MIT, was unable to get her paper published about whether the low fat diet and statins
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In the ninth part of his interview for You must be nuts!, Justin Smith, the Producer/Director of the documentary Statin Nation, talks about the influence of pharmaceutical companies, the ‘trouble’ with
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In the ninth part of her interview for You must be nuts, Dr Stephanie Seneff, Senior Research Scientist at MIT, reveals what happened when she tried to get a paper published
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Last week, the UK’s Daily Telegraph published the article Low fat foods stuffed with ‘harmful’ levels of sugar. It analysed the sugar content of a range of food and drinks marketed