Twelve years ago Robin Daly’s 23-year-old daughter Bryony was dying of cancer when he set up a charity called Yes to Life to provide information about unconventional treatments such as changes in diet, supplements, vitamin C infusions, oxygen therapy and the like. At the time, although popular all such complementary options were sternly rejected as ineffective and possibly dangerous by conventional oncologists.
Current Posts – 13 April 2017
The recent performances of those encouraging us to eat large quantities of carbohydrates might be described as Misadventures in la-la- la Land as they stick their fingers in their ears better to ignore the low carb challenge. They hadn’t done studies to test its ability to prevent diabetes and they couldn’t even turn up at a major meeting to defend it. Freelance journalist Jane Feinmann asks who benefits from this sorry performance?