Dr. Bruce Lipton is a cellular biologist and leader in the field of epigenetics and is an internationally recognized leader in bridging science and spirit.
In the upcoming WDDTY Talk, Dr. Bruce Lipton will discuss the causes of heart disease, and the role that histamine plays, with WDDTY Co-Editor Bryan Hubbard.
WDDTY guest columnist and ob-gyn nurse practitioner Marcelle Pick, is passionate about transforming the way women experience healthcare through an integrative approach. She cofounded the world-renowned Women to Women Clinic in 1983 with the vision not only to treat illness but also to support her patients in proactively making healthier choices to prevent disease.
She has successfully treated thousands of individuals through her unique approach to wellness, so we’re very lucky to have her join us for the next WDDTY Talk! In the upcoming WDDTY Talk, Marcelle will discuss how to keep your bones healthy after menopause, with WDDTY Co-Editor Bryan Hubbard.
In 2006 Ruth became aware of light therapy which was a massive ‘light bulb’ moment for her, and she’s been studying the incredible field of photobiomodulation ever since.
In this upcoming WDDTY Talk, Ruth will explore the natural healing and positive health effects of red light therapy, for people & animals, with WDDTY Co-Editor Bryan Hubbard.
Drug companies test new compounds on laboratory animals before giving them to people. But is it effective, let alone ethical? To argue the point, Dr Pandora Pound will be discussing the issues with WDDTY co-editor Bryan Hubbard.
Pandora is the research director of Safer Medicines Trust and the author of Rat Trap: The Capture of Medicine by Animal Research–and How to Break Free (Troubador, 2023)
In March 2021, award-winning author and entrepreneur Caroline Pover suffered a devastating reaction to AstraZeneca’s Covid-19 vaccine. In this upcoming WDDTY Talk, Caroline will discuss her journey with WDDTY Co-Editor Bryan Hubbard. We explored Caroline’s adverse reaction survival guide, and how she’s living her new normal.
Dr Thomas Levy, a cardiologist, talks about the amazing healing properties of high-dose vitamin C. He is one of the world’s leading experts on the nutrient, which he has discovered can neutralize toxins, resolve most infections and is an effective treatment for heart disease and cancer. He has written 11 books and has been inducted into the Orthomolecular Medicine Hall of Fame.
Dr Raymond Perrin, an osteopath and neuroscientist, has developed a unique way to treat Long Covid. The approach has evolved from his long-established and proven osteopathic techniques for treating MS/CFS. He is in conversation with WDDTY co-editor Bryan Hubbard and he will be on hand to answer your questions if you join the live event.
Is your immune system attacking you? A range of health problems—from fatigue to tiredness and a general inability to cope—are often blamed on low thyroid function.
But up to 90 percent of cases of hypothyroidism are actually Hashimoto’s disease, when the immune system attacks itself.
Join us for an eye-opening discussion with leading nutritional therapist Georgia Lennard of Beyond Balance as she explains how you can properly diagnose Hashimoto’s—and why you can be taking too much iodine to counter a low thyroid function.
Our regular columnist Dr Leigh Erin Connealy joins us for a discussion about cancer—its origins, the best anti-cancer diet, other ways to prevent it, and strategies to support any treatment you’re having.
Since Erin joined the WDDTY team, we’ve been constantly amazed at her breadth of knowledge about the disease that afflicts so many of us.
Not surprisingly, she is one of the most sought-after cancer specialists in the US, and so we are especially privileged that she found time in her busy schedule to spend time with us and answer our questions.
Many of us suffer from chronic fatigue and tiredness: in short, our get up and go has gone. But why?
For more than 20 years, Sarah Myhill has been battling the medical establishment about their understanding and treatment of CFS (chronic fatigue syndrome). She was successfully treating it when many of her fellow doctors were still convinced it was ‘all in the mind’.
Today, she has a tested blueprint for recovery that centres on diet and supplements—and it’s helped thousands of people recover their energy.
Autism has become an epidemic, affecting around one in 10 children. It also happened to Karen Thomas’s son, who was diagnosed when he was five. She was offered an array of drugs to suppress the symptoms and to help him cope with life—but Karen wanted to find a non-drug alternative approach.
She spent years researching autism and the many therapies available—and came to understand that autism isn’t a ‘mental’ problem, it’s biological. And, as with most problems, it all starts in the gut.
Today, Karen’s son has no signs of autism and lives a full life.
On this webinar Karen will outline what we can do if we have a child—or grandchild—who’s been diagnosed with autism.
We’ve all heard of fasting, but there’s a radical version that’s been used for years in Russia—dry fasting. You go for days without food or any liquids and its exponents have found it’s the quickest way to reboot the immune system.
It’s been used with great success with auto-immune problems such as arthritis, but it also reverses chronic Lyme disease, as Michelle Slater—the guest on our November webinar—discovered.
Michelle’s story was the cover story in the November issue, and in this webinar she explained how you can use it safely for a day or two, the timeline of the full dry fasting process and details of her experience with this treatment.
Our October issue featured the extraordinary story of Erika Chopich who recovered from traumatic stroke in just two weeks. Erika used a variety of therapies but central to her treatment was the work of Anat Baniel.
Anat, who is our guest on our December webinar, teaches the way small movements help rebuild the brain. Her work has helped thousands of brain-damaged children gain a much improved quality of life.
She is the acknowledged successor to Moshe Feldenkrais, her mentor whose therapy she has adapted.