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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Thanks to all that attended our interactive event on Thursday July 30, or if you weren’t able to attend, we hope to see you next time. There were some excellent questions from attendees, and we hope you found it helpful. As promised, we are providing a recording of the event. Please share with friends or…

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On July 1, 2020, Susan Birch talked to Eastern Bay of Plenty radio hosts Maria Elliott and Sam Western about her health and nutritional science journey, her work and her upcoming interactive online event, It’s not our fault we get fat. It was a good opportunity to share her stories and take another step towards…

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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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Meet Dr Hugh Jellie, a NZ veterinarian, with a passion for the planet and welfare of animals and humans. Dr Jellie talks about his interest in regenerative organisations, animal welfare and a healthy microbiome. He explains the importance of soil ecology and why changing our thinking to a symbiotic – living systems approach to how…

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Today I have the pleasure of talking with Dr Ted Naiman, a family physician and author of the P:D Diet. The role of dietary protein in our health has long been an interest of mine, so I was thrilled when Dr Naiman published his book advocating the same message. Prioritise protein and control energy intake…

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Today it was a real privilege to talk to the a world leading expert, Professor Don Layman about protein. Professor Layman is considered the “Godfather” of protein. I have followed his research over the years and this has been base for my own understanding of the importance of protein and how it works in our…

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Today I talk with Janet Stott a Christchurch based entrepreneur who is interested in health, nutrition and taking care of the planet. Listen as Janet talks about the company Homegrown Primal that she has established with her partner Marti. This couple are producing high quality NZ grass-feed beef liver and organ supplements. Janet talks about…

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