2) The Death of Old Wisdom






Over tens of thousands of years, human beings developed sustainable ways to feed themselves. These included preservation of topsoil, crop rotation, natural fertilisers, locally grown and seasonal fruit and vegetables, fresh, free range meat, eggs and milk, and freshly cooked nutritious meals. It was no different in the Africa of…






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1) Saving Children’s Lives?






Bill and Melinda Gates have written a Valentine’s message to their friend, Warren Buffett, who, a decade ago, committed to give their foundation 85% of his fortune. Buffett stated at the time that he had grown to admire the Gates Foundation over the years, and that he believed that they would…






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Obituary






Dr Basil Kransdorff – Scientist, Entrepreneur, Philanthropist 2 December 1946 – 14 December 2016 Basil Kransdorff was born into an entrepreneurial family in Zimbabwe and, as a child, he worked with his mother to create an arts and crafts business that utilised the talents of local women. He qualified as an…






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Life is a Fatal Illness






Many people have been waiting for the Kindle Edition of Life is a Fatal Illness. This can now be downloaded from Amazon UK or Amazon US. Geoff’s book tells the story of one doctor’s fight against the fixed ideas and vested interests of the illness-based medical consensus. In 1979, with his wife, he sets…






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Professional Negligence?






Now that there is a burgeoning interest in nutrition among the general public, and a plethora of newspaper, magazine and website articles on the subject, one might hope and expect that the health profession is also interested. Not so, it seems. Today, I decided to enter ‘Nutrition’ in the search…






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