Vic Cherikoff
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The Holy Trinity to Health

We are getting buried in health ‘news’ these days:We are told we need vitamin D supplements because we are not out in the sun enough.Post-menopausal? You need to take supplemental calcium.We all need more calcium for strong teeth and bones.Everyone needs multivitamins.Fermented foods are termed probiotics and are essential to our diet.We need to cut our Read More …

Turmeric – a spice of life

Turmeric – a spice of lifeKaruah Activated Turmeric™ Get Some Now  Have you seen our Karuah Activated Turmeric™ in the store as yet? It is a complementary product to the Holy Trinity to Health – I like to think of it as the 4th Musketeer. Together, they synergistically take aim at metaflammation which is now regarded Read More …

Administrative Assistant – we are hiring now

Administrative Officer – we are hiring nowWe are currently seeking an Administrative Officer (Indigenous Australian preferred) with experience in invoicing, planning order fulfilment, customer liaison and inventory management. Be part of a small team moving indigenous wild food products to the world.The Administrative Officer position is key to our operations. The ideal candidate will be Read More …

The Useless Concept of Calories

The Useless Concept of CaloriesI follow Dr Jason Fung and his articles on Medium and his piece on calories is well worth reading. Really good information …. until the oversimplification of the problem of obesity in the last few paragraphs. Insulin is a part of the problem but probably equal to that of leptin, another hormone which regulates satiety. Both Read More …

Anti-ageing and LIFE extension

Anti-ageing and LIFE extensionThis article on anti-ageing and life extension was prompted by what I consider to be a ridiculous concept of embracing a prescription pharmaceutical drug with its unwanted, undesirable effects which come with a few more benign ‘benefits’. The author was convinced that an anti-diabetic drug, Metformin, might deliver positive outcomes with respect Read More …

Not all sugars are bad

Not all sugars are badWe do need to delve into a little biochemistry to learn that not all sugars are bad sugars. Our metabolic processes and especially our brain need glucose to function. Sometimes we even need to convert fat and proteins into glucose through a process called gluconeogenesis. We also store glucose as glycogen in Read More …

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