In this series of interviews I had great pleasure in talking with Dr Chris Knobbe. Dr Knobbe has an impressive biography and is now devoting his time and energy to educating and improving public health, particularly Age-related Macular Degeneration. He runs a not-for-profit organisation called CureAMD. Over the last few years Dr Knobbe has extensively…

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In this interview I had the great pleasure and a lot of fun talking with Ivor Cummins.Ivor is a Biochemical Engineer who has spent 30 years leading corporate teams in complex problem solving. Following some health challenges that Ivor talks about, he turned his problem-solving skills to decoding the science around the root cause of…

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Dr Maffetone is an internationally recognised researcher, educator and author in the field of exercise, nutrition sports medicine and biofeedback. He has published over 200 papers and is the author of 20 books. He travels and lectures extensively on these topics. He is widely recognised for his success in working with athletes, from multiple disciplines…

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Author of the book “Crazy Good Living”, Dr Alvin Danenberg is a periodontist who has been in practice for 44 years. Dr Al was diagnosed with cancer in 2018. In this fabulous interview with him, he shares his story, protocols and ups and downs. This really worth a listen, particularly for anyone dealing with a…

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zoe-harcombe

Dr Zoe Harcombe is a highly respected international nutrition researcher. Zoe completed her PhD in public health nutrition in 2016 and her thesis examined the evidence that was used to introduce dietary fat guidelines. She continues to make a huge contribution to the nutrition world, due to her ability to dissect and understand nutrition research.…

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Recently I wrote about how to find the right health practitioner which came about after attending a lecture on “Adjunct treatments for chronic disease” by Professor Luis Vettita from Sydney University. In attendance were many GP’s who are now practicing alternative medicine. This was refreshing to see because there has been a lot of resistance from…

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After attending a lecture on “Adjunct treatments for chronic disease” by Professor Luis Vetitta from Sydney University it was pleasing to see so many GP’s who are practicing alternate medicine in attendance. They discussed the negativity they experience from their conventional medicine colleagues. Dr Vetitta summed it up saying “sometimes I am embarrassed by my…

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https://www.susanbirch.co.nz/wp-content/uploads/2017/06/ClientTestimonial-AnneJuly2017.mp3 Anne knew something was not right. But it wasn’t an easy road to discovering that she had fibromyalgia and how to manage it without medication and its side effects. 3 years ago Anne was finding that her body was aching after gardening, computer work, driving and the odd water ski. She didn’t think too…

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Roy had been in pretty good health for most of his life but for as long as he could remember he’d had a ‘dodgy stomach’. Injuries had caused him to take a fair few anti-inflammatories and pain killers so he could keep active and working on his lifestyle block. But things were progressively getting worse and the…

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