We hope that the future will see the return of many of our traditional freedoms, the biggest being freedom of speech and our ability to share our views without fear of censorship by big tech, and others that feel the need to influence and control how we view things.
Therefore, we thought we might do our bit by putting some of the more controversial naturopathic principles back on the discussion table, hoping like-minded people might review and rediscover the amazing powers within us all. During this fascinating interview, I explore with Barbara many of the key naturopathic principles, that have been forgotten in many of today’s nutritional teachings and practices.
For example, the importance of embracing the controversial idea that we have the ability to store and convert light into energy, whilst acknowledging the seamless connection this has to Heinrich Kremer’s observations of the 16 stages of cellular change, i.e. cells change from healthy “aerobic” cells (80% oxygen – 20% glucose), that can capture and hold light effectively, to the other extreme of the spectrum “anaerobic” cells that are (80% glucose and 20% oxygen) and are far less effective at converting light into energy, to produce ATP, (as low as 1;16th as effective) which is essential for healthy respiratory function, therefore really addressing the story behind reduced mitochondrial function.
We also discuss the importance of being able to identify predispositions in a naturopathic client, and the need to interpret this within the key principles of Hering’s law of cure, and the importance of addressing cellular dehydration and the role of high spin water.
In short, it’s a thought-provoking talk that sets your mind spinning with the endless possibilities open to us to optimise our health and wellbeing.