Resistance is coming and we are running out of time. We’ve seen the future and this is it: Swine (http://www.watchswine.today), our latest film, is a terrifying exposé of the global health crisis posed by an unregulated factory farming industry’s misuse and abuse of antibiotics.
By Veronika Powell, Viva!Health Campaigner. Diabetes is spiralling out of control with 3.3 million cases in the UK alone yet it can be prevented or reversed. Viva! Health’s D-Diet has such power by changing your metabolism – and cutting the risk of developing diabetes. Clinical trials show it can produce better results than any single medication.
Thank you so much for your inspirational healthy, vegan, scientific based Mood Food Talk, Juliet, Your dynamism is amazing, no wonder VIVA has achieved so much in just 20 years. Linda meant it when she said we were honoured and we also liked your naughty sense of humour!
Helen Durant, Bournemouth, June 11, 2014
Juliet Gellatley, Founder and Director, Viva! and Nutritional Therapist. Is it natural to consume milk after weaning? Is it safe to consume cow’s milk at all? Juliet explores the research showing why dairy is linked to cancers; how natural growth hormones in milk affect us and the dangers of milk protein and saturated fats – plus safer sources of calcium.
Tony Wardle, Associate Director, Viva!; author of Diet of Disaster
A fascinating insight into the state of our planet and how what we eat affects it. How meat eating is central to the world’s most pressing environmental problems – and what you can do about it.
By Veronika Powell, Viva!Health Campaigner. Debunking the bunkum – and there’s lots of it! Is soya a superfood or health
risk? Find out the latest, accurate information.
The soya story is a most refreshing and comprehensive talk.
By Juliet Gellatley, founder & director, Viva!, BSc zoology and nutritional therapist. Are we ‘meant’ to eat meat and dairy or or we closer to other great apes in our nutritional needs? What really is a healthy diet? What is natural and how do we compare to carnivores, omnivores and herbivores?