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Natural Treatment UK offers a comprehensive range of expert consultation and guidance to ensure you are getting the right advice.

We already know how to prevent and reverse almost all disease and there is no reason why anyone should have heart disease, cardiovascular disease, cancer, diabetes, arthritis, osteoporosis, fibromyalgia, multiple sclerosis or any other debilitating disease. Health is a choice which is available to everyone. You don’t have to be sick.

 Will you choose to be well?

A sustainable society depends on the health of its citizens and right now our population is getting sicker with each passing year. The main current healthcare system is a fraud and is actually a disease care system with the main aim being to keep the population sick for as long as possible without trying to actually cure the patient. Natural Medicine and Cellular Medicine are both fully supported by science and it is based on the concept of  treat the disease and not the symptoms. The right balance of treatments will largely reverse any disease because it is all down to supplying the body with the correct nutrients. Our concept is that there is only one disease and that symptoms are actually irrelevant.  The human body is very resilient and designed to be healthy, so why are we experiencing an epidemic of chronic, degenerative disease and going broke trying to pay for it. Despite the trillions spent on medical research and health care, the incidence of chronic disease continues to increase.  The body has built-in mechanisms to repair damage, optimise performance and keep you fully functional well into your hundreds.  So why isn’t this happening?  The truth is that our epidemic of chronic diseases such as heart disease, cardiovascular disease, cancer, diabetes, arthritis, osteoporosis, fibromyalgia, multiple sclerosis and Alzheimer’s is something we have created by making mistakes.  There is no excuse to continue to make these mistakes and, if we created this epidemic, then it is within our power to fix it.

Are you stressed, overweight or depressed? Then you can rely on our health experts to not only help you find the best products to treat your condition, but also get to the source of the problem and resolve it. Health is the most precious possession you have so look after it well and, if you need personal counselling, we can help you there as well.

We have graduates in Homeopathy, Clinical Herbalism, Cellular Medicine and Psychology, as well as members of the City and Guilds of London Institute, a graduate of the British Psychological Society and a Homeopathic Practitioner on hand to help you in all aspects of your wellness.

Farming Practices

Fruit and vegetables are grown with artificial fertilizers which yield more crops per acre but leave the produce deficient in essential nutrients and, because of  modern farming methods, minerals in the soil have become depleted also. In addition many food crops are harvested before they are ripe and often foods take a significant time to reach our plates.  The nutritional value of food starts to decline within hours of harvesting and in two days the losses are significant.

The farming of large areas of single crops has created serious problems with insect infestations which, in turn, has created the need for insecticides.  When you combine these insecticides with herbicides and fungicides the amount of toxins which are entering our food chain is significant.

There are four stages at which the mineral uptake of our plants noticeably reduced.  1/ The start of mechanized farming from 1925.  2/ The introduction of ammonium nitrate fertilizer in 1946. 3/ The use of pesticides, herbicides, and fungicides starting prior to 1960.  4/ The introduction of genetically engineered plants and glyphosate weed killer in the 1990s.

So how have these four factors so severely impacted the mineral content of food.  The quality of your food can only be as good as the soil in which it is grown.  Healthy soils contain an immense diversity of micro-organisms and these organisms are responsible for the plant’s uptake of nutrients, which in turn provide you with the nutrients you need. The changes in farming in the 1920s, intended to make production easier and more cost efficient for farmers, initiated this nose dive on food nutrient values, thanks to its lethal effects on soil micro-organisms.  

Mechanized farming methods decimate these nutrient-creating micro-organisms in the soil and, since the soil micro-organisms can’t replenish themselves in time for the next year’s growth, the minerals became depleted at a record rate. Conventional farming methods also rely heavily on chemical fertilizers, pesticides, and herbicides that also kill off the soil micro-organisms.

While the introduction of ammonium nitrate fertilizer stimulated greater yields in cops, it changed the chemistry of the soil in negative ways, leading to decreased numbers of soil micro-organisms and increased pests.  Then along came the toxic pesticides in the 1950s which effectively killed the pests and fungi, but again had a lethal effect on the soil micro-organisms.  This crippled nature’s ability to provide the minerals needed for proper plant growth and nutrition.  By the time genetically engineered (GE) seeds and glyphosate weed killers were introduced, any minerals left were hyper-chelated (bound up) and unavailable to plants except for the patented GE plants.

Is it any wonder we have little to no significant nutrients left in our food?  If your food is not grown by organic and regenerative or Biodynamic® farming methods, it is unlikely to contain all the vitamins and especially minerals you expect and need.

When it comes to processed foods the problem is expanded further. With man-made preservatives, flavours, colours, and other toxic chemicals being added to our foods the amount of work our bodies need to do to rid us of all these foreign chemicals is considerably more than in ancient times.  There are over 100,000 chemicals used in commercial production today and, of these, only 4,000 have been tested for safety and only about a dozen have been tested for interactive effects with other chemicals.


Modern living places a heavy demand on our bodies and the nutrition now available in our food is totally inadequate to the task. You need nutrient-rich food to build a healthy body and mind.  Modern living alone makes it necessary to use supplements as our main source of vitamins, minerals and trace elements. On top of this soil depletion. due to of modern agricultural practices. has led to crops containing fewer nutrients overall. For instance to receive the same amount of iron you used to get from one apple in 1950, by 1998 you had to eat 26 apples.

One of our main concerns is that you might simply go out and buy the least expensive multi-vitamin you can find. There's nothing wrong with trying to save money, but the risk with cheap supplements is that you are frequently better off not taking any supplement at all. Cheap supplements may compromise your health by depleting other nutrients that are not included.  Each nutrient works in synergy with other nutrients so a multi-vitamin does not include minerals and trace elements which will complete the nutrient set.  It is also important that all of the nutrients should be in the correct quantities to compliment each other.  Another issue with many cheap supplements is they tend to be made from inferior synthetic ingredients however, we will be the first to admit that identifying synthetic ingredients is not always easy.

To complicate things still further, many of the cheaper supplements are themselves of little value because of the contaminants and poor quality of their production. A high quality multi-nutrient basic supplement, for instance, may cost in excess of £50 ($65) per month for one person and, to fight chronic disease, further reconstructive supplements will often be needed.  A full array of minerals and trace elements will help supply your body with the nutrients it will not be able to get from food.  It is now recognised that the amount of dietary supplement required cannot possibly fit into a “one-a-day” tablet so, if it has “one a day” on the label, put it back.

Low Carb. High Fat

I know, you have been told for years to cut fat intake and eat “healthy carbohydrates”. Fibre is good for you, they say and you should base your diet on starchy foods. Carbohydrates are empty calories and contribute nothing to the upkeep of the body other than the supply energy and the accumulation of fat. Fat, on the other hand, is rich in micro-nutrients and a clean fuel for your body. When fat is used by your body as fuel it creates very little oxidative stress and affects your level of insulin by almost nothing. A low carb. high fat diet is therefore good for people who are insulin resistant.  The consumption of carbohydrates (including sugar) is driving the epidemic of disease we are currently facing. I won’t go in to too much detail here because there is plenty of information elsewhere but suffice it to say that if you decrease carbs., and increase fats such as eggs, cheese, butter, cream, yoghurt and sustainably farmed meats then your health is almost certain to improve. Choose organic foods whenever possible as they contain far more micro-nutrients than their cheaper factory farmed counterparts.

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