Jude's Health Articles

New Zealand Health and Wellbeing recommended by Jude Lay, experienced Health & Wellbeing Consultant and Coach. Or contact Jude for personal health advice on the basics of good nutrition to assist you in feeling healthier and happier, combined with the use of effective natural, NZ made, Herbal and Homoeopathic Remedies.

The following are health articles either written or edited by Jude Lay.

Jude Lay
  • Posted: Tuesday 11 August 2015
  • What I have found most extraordinary is the efforts on the part of the establishment, not just to deny iatrogenesis – or doctor-induced harm – but to leverage adverse outcomes toward further pharmaceutical recommendations.
    Posted: Friday 24 April 2015
  • Item number one in the disinformation campaign was the assertion that naturally saturated fats from animal sources are the root cause of the current heart disease and cancer plague. Butter bore the brunt of the attack, and was accused of terrible crimes. Read on to discover the benefits of Butter.
    Posted: Tuesday 7 October 2014
  • Cleavers are held in high esteem as a spring tonic. The herb is said to promotes lymphatic flow, to be cooling, soothing and cleansing. Dandelion root is a gentle tonic for the liver & the leaves are a gentle diuretic.
    Posted: Thursday 11 September 2014
  • Sometimes I feel like I am banging my head against a brick wall!! Some "Qualified" people from the Medical field e.g Nutritionists, Nurses, Doctors are still advising people that saturated fats are BAD for you. I believe that relatively modern diseases such as Alzheimers, Parkinsons, ADHD, and the increased incidence of Depression & Anxiety & Weight problems may well be exacerbated by the huge push to eliminate or radically reduce Saturated fats.
    Posted: Sunday 22 June 2014
  • Royal Mullein Eardrops as the name suggests contain Mullein. The flowers and leaves contain powerful anti-bacterial and expectorant properties that have the ability to substantially remove phlegm from the lungs and mucous from the body.
    Posted: Monday 12 May 2014
  • Healthy Cooking Oils & The GOOD news about FAT
    Saturated fats have only single bonds in the fatty acid molecules, monounsaturated fats have one double bond and polyunsaturated fats have two or more.

    It is these double bonds that are chemically reactive. Therefore, saturated fats, with no double bonds, are by far the most stable.
    Posted: Tuesday 18 February 2014
    Whether you are suffering a chronic illness, feeling mildly unwell, or simply wanting to take more responsibility to boost your health and vitality, Natural Healthcare can assist you.
    Posted: Wednesday 5 February 2014
  • Rare fungal infections doctors haven’t seen before, like aspergillus, are showing up in cancer patients. Clearly, fungus is becoming more opportunistic. That’s why it’s important to fight any symptoms of fungus before it creates the roots that are so hard to get rid of. Candida is believed to be a possible precursor to cancer.
    Posted: Monday 3 February 2014
  • If I could tell you ONE thing that you could do each morning right as you wake up to help your body eliminate some of these toxins, improve your digestion, stimulate your metabolism, and BOOST your energy, would you do it?
    Posted: Wednesday 15 January 2014
  • Yes, exercise does help burn fat-the excess fat that makes up your muffin top or spare tire.
    But that doesn't mean that you don't need fat in your diet! It's important to understand the difference here.
    Posted: Saturday 28 December 2013
  • What exactly are all those Commercially produced Cereals, " Vegetable oils ", Breads and baked " Goodies" doing to your overall Health & Wellbeing?
    Posted: Friday 1 November 2013
  • There is an increasing amount of pressure to vaccinate your children and without some sound research which has been analysed by a recognised Professional, which supports your choice to not vaccinate, you face a tough time. I hope you find this useful in your quest to take care of your families Health & Wellbeing.
    Posted: Saturday 21 September 2013
  • The history behind ASPARTAME
    Posted: Saturday 21 September 2013
  • A brief summary to assist you with what you need to know about Water Filtration Systems & Storage Containers
    Posted: Wednesday 24 July 2013
  • Change your GUT health, SAVE your SANITY.
    The average human has up to about 2kg of flora in their Digestive tract. It is a highly organised micro-world, where certain species of bacteria have to predominate to keep us healthy physically and mentally. Their role in our health is crucial and when the PH of the stomach is correct, there is a marvellous balance whereby the digestion and assimilation of nutrients, and excretion of waste works wonderfully. For many, this is not the case. Symptoms of Heartburn, Gastric Reflux, Bloating, Belch
    Posted: Saturday 22 June 2013
  • WHAT can I EAT to change the way I FEEL?
    The best foods for the GAPS person are eggs, meats and fish (bought fresh or frozen, not smoked or canned, and cooked at home), shellfish, fresh vegetables and fruit, nuts and seeds, garlic and olive oil. As well as eating the vegetables cooked it is important to have them raw in the form of salads and sticks. In this form they will provide your patient with valuable enzymes and detoxifying substances, which will help in digesting meats. Raw fruit should be eaten on their own, not with meals, a
    Posted: Saturday 22 June 2013
  • The Story Of  ADULT STEM CELLS
    Embryonic stem cells (ESC) have been in the news since 1998 when stem cells obtained from human embryo were first successfully grown in vitro. And as ESC were shown to have the ability of becoming virtually any cell type of the body...
    Posted: Friday 2 September 2011
    Nutrition is about food and lifestyle. Whatever changes you undertake need to be sustainable and as non-stressful as possible
    Posted: Sunday 17 July 2011
  • The Art of Herbal Medicine
    HERBAL MEDICINE is the oldest and most widely used system of medicine in the world today and there is a commonality throughout all cultures. For 40,000 years we have sought out roots, barks, leaves, flowers and berries to alleviate suffering or maintain vitality.
    Posted: Sunday 17 July 2011

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