Posts From Helke Ferrie

Global Prescription For Recovery From Disease: Chopra and Gerson on Detoxing Our Food Supply

November 1, 2007

To show us how to take back the planet and our health, this year’s Whole Life Expo brings two of the most exciting and creative...

Book Review: Cancer: 101 Solutions to a Preventable Epidemic

November 1, 2007

Author: Liz Armstrong, Guy Dauncey, and Anne Wordsworth Publisher: New Society Publish Date: 2007 It doesn’t often happen that two books are published which absolutely must be...

Book Review: Healing The Gerson Way: Defeating Cancer and Other Chronic Diseases

November 1, 2007

Author: Charlotte Gerson and Beata Bishop Publisher: Totality Books Publish Date: 2007 It doesn’t often happen that two books are published which absolutely must be read together! They...

Activists Celebrate Victories for Human Health

October 1, 2007

“It is important to fight, and fight again, and keep fighting, for only then can evil be kept at bay, though never quite eradicated.” Dumbledore...

A History of Disease: How Economic Priorities and Evolving Lifestyles Feed Epidemics

September 1, 2007

When I was studying human evolution at the University of Toronto I learned that diseases are a direct result of the increasing complexity of human...

Book Review: What To Eat

September 1, 2007

Author: Marion Nestle Publisher: North Point Press Publish Date: 2006 Wow! What a book! I hope and pray that somebody has nominated Marion Nestle for...

On Organics and GMOs: A Roundup of the Latest Research and Developments in the Global Controversy over Biotechnology

July 1, 2007

Do scientists know how dangerous a game they’re playing when they mess with plant and animal genes in the service of biotechnology? I have wondered...

Book Review: The War on Cancer: An Anatomy of Failure

May 1, 2007

Author: Guy B. Faguet Publisher: Springer Book Publication: 2005 Books that discuss the total failure of standard cut-burn-and-poison cancer treatment and the conceptual mistakes of...

Going Green Can Save Your Life: How Saving Planet Earth Will Make Cancer History

May 1, 2007

That cancer is an environmental illness was established by a landmark study now amply supported by a huge body of growing data. Published on June...

Are Humans an Endangered Species?

February 1, 2007

In the fall of 1999 I attended a conference in Toronto on “Reproductive Health Hazards”. Organized by occupational health clinics, the Canadian Auto Workers’ Union,...

The Conscientious Consumer: Our Best Weapon Against Climate Change

December 1, 2006

The snake curled around a staff is known the world over as the symbol for medicine which originated in ancient Mesopotamia (modern Iraq), where some...

The Orthomolecular Universe: Where Nature Rules and Patients are Cured

November 1, 2006

In polite society, the “F” word is bad form. Financial pundits avoid the “R” word to prevent upsetting the markets. In medicine, the “O” word...

Affairs of the Heart

September 1, 2006

The Real Truth About Our Epidemic of Cardiovascular Disease: What’s Causing It, and Why We’re Not Getting Better The heart is not merely a sophisticated...

Industry Pushes GMOs While Consumers Just Say No

July 1, 2006

The root of the word “religion” is the Latin religiere, meaning “careful consideration.” Since humans are thoughtful as well as greedy, this overview of biotechnology...

National Campaign Against Pesticides

June 1, 2006

Pesticide-Cancer Link Ignites Fierce Public Protest The golden glory of summer and dandelions is upon us. But some people see red at this time of...

Gaia’s Last Stand

May 1, 2006

Climate Change is Everybody’s Business “Hurt not the earth, neither the sea, nor the trees…”          – Revelation 7:3 When I was a child, the Earth...