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    Re: All Things Vegan!

    Akasha thatís great, let me try the fb group and get back to you if I donít find what Iím after. I appreciate you taking the time.
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    Re: All Things Vegan!

    Iím starting to reconsider my love for ingesting all forms of animal products. I remain tied in knots around whether killing animals to satisfy our taste preferences, but the way i get my animal food...
  3. Re: What is your health protocol, and how do you rate your health?

    Hi Autumn,

    I was brought up with the help of my grandmother who livedwith us, and so my passion for treating the elderly may come from there. Youíre right though, it can be extremely draining...
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    Lifestyle has a big role to play for many, if not most of us Babu, but donít confuse that with the powerful role that genetics plays in many major illnesses. A simple example is what I most commonly...
  5. Re: What is your health protocol, and how do you rate your health?

    Nice thread this one.

    I treat geriatrics every day and itís amazing how many people marching through their 90ís have lived largely unhealthy lives of smoking, alcohol and pretty crap diets of...
  6. Re: Unfair Dinkum: it's not cricket... or, how Australia is in shock about a fallen hero

    I think your being a little harsh on the magnificent and virtually unbeatable Aussie teams of the early 2000ís Bill. If back then you asked Indians themselves who their favourite team was after...
  7. Re: A major key to a long and healthy life: fasting or a ketogenic diet

    Hi Paul,

    Iím curious as to how your ketogenic diet has been going and whether (if you had one) you reached your weight loss goal. Iíve slowly adopted a 16/8 largely paleo approach. Whether I go...
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    Re: Can we have a Boriska update?

    Itís just hit the Aussie papers as well. Fascinating that this is resurfacing again. Seems highly unusual....what are your thoughts Bill?
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  9. Re: Do vaccines contribute to autism? Should we vaccinate?

    Hi guys,

    Sorry for the delay. Have a go at this article reporting on the same issue. Mrs. Hanson had been savaged by everyone including a massive fallout from her own party since implying their...
  10. Re: Do vaccines contribute to autism? Should we vaccinate?

    Hi guys,

    This made headlines today in Australia....one of our more controversial political leaders Pauline Hanson has caused a massive stir suggesting that parents should not be forced to...
  11. Re: How to manifest (and the mistakes that many people make)

    Well, not everyone does! But when that happens, and it's not through our bodies starting to wear out, it's because of the accumulated weight of unfinished business in our lives.

    Unfinished...
  12. Re: Weird, wild weather: floods, freak storms, giant hail, record lows, all over the world

    Plenty of water IW and slip slop slap!!!
  13. Re: Weird, wild weather: floods, freak storms, giant hail, record lows, all over the world

    Sitting in my lounge room here in Sydney at 7pm in the evening and it's 44degrees Celsius or 111 degrees Fahrenheit outside. I hate to keep harping on about it, but this summer is out of the box!!!
  14. Re: Weird, wild weather: floods, freak storms, giant hail, record lows, all over the world

    The crazy weather is continuing on from last year in Sydney. We just had our hottest every January, followed by our hottest start to February and then today flash floods causing cars to go floating...
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    The temperature variations day to day in Sydney alone have been incrediable. 38 degreees Celsius one day, 20 the next and then back up to mid 30's again. Incrediably violent electrical storms as well...
  16. Thread: The Fat Thread

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    Re: The Fat Thread

    There's no easy answer in this area. I deal with it every day with my paitients. A couple of points:
    * there's certainly a small proportion of people that have metabolic issues pertaining to poorly...
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    Re: Hillary collapses at 9-11 ceremony

    Just an fyi...A good doctor can hear pneumonia in the lower lungs with a stethoscope ...[/QUOTE]

    No doctor I've come across has been brave enough to distinguish a nasty chest infection, vs...
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    Re: Past life triggers in infants

    That's really interesting Tessfreq, my daughter has always had a very plum British accent (she just turned 3). My wife and are are quite slangy, occa kind of Aussies so it's very bizzaire. The only...
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    Re: Past life triggers in infants

    Thanks guys. Yes, once he is able to verbalise something other than mum, dad, yeah, no and car....I'll most definitely be trying to suss out whether he is able to remember being someone else. It's...
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    Past life triggers in infants

    Hi guys,

    I've got a delightful little fella who's almost 18 months old. He's got an emotional maturity beyond his years ie if he notices my wife or I are hurt or upset he comes over and rests his...
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