Asea – local peoples experience

Repair, renew, regain, your health, your body, your life’s energy with Asea An Asea testimonial….of sorts! I’m Ian Haldane, health nut and neighbourhood lunatic now in my 67th year I could give you all the fancy scientific doo dahs about Asea and will if you are interested.  But more importantly, here’s mine and a few other Taranaki Asea stories so far in the last month……………….. Drinking expensive salty Redox water will fix the above – yeah right! Being asked to drink Asea, a really expensive salty water supercharged with Redox molecules*  (say wut!? see here * ) sold via a multi level marketing plan to resolve all manner of … Read More


Asea – the power to do a power of good

Asea – the power to do a power of good: Asea is a health supplement that may help you recover from a huge range of chronic and degenerative health problems. The definition of chronic and degenerative health that I follow is Dr Jerry Tennant’s definition which is: The inability of the body to make healthy new cells As we age from puberty, our ability to make healthy new cells declines significantly. Asea may help the body reverse this decline in two critical ways: It may: Support the production of glutathione – the bodies key master anti-oxidant Increase intercellular communication as a key signalling molecule Both activities are fundamental to making healthy new cells. … Read More


Asea – Knocks down my common cold

The common cold eh! So common and yet so seemingly untreatable.  How can we resist these annual infections at the time when the temperatures dive and challenge our immune systems? Studies seem to suggest that the average human can have 2-3 of these per year.    We all know by now the tell tale early symptoms. Primary infection stage of the common cold For me its the ticklish dry cough, the primary infection stage  – not too hacking at this stage and nothing to be alarmed about right? Wrong. That’s the first tell take signs of an impaired immune system. The resident virus is on the lose with an immune system compromised for whatever reason.  It rips up and … Read More

Information, Recipes:

Coconut oil toothpaste – fluoride and triclosan free

Coconut oil toothpaste can be made in 3 minutes and doesn’t have fluoride or triclosan in it. It’s nearly impossible to buy toothpaste from mainstream supermarket outlets that don’t have added fluoride. And sometimes alternative “no fluoride” toothpastes have equally offensive ingredients like aluminium in them. Triclosan is also another lurking chemical nasty in lots of personal hygiene and cosmetic products You can make this toothpaste quickly and simply as a great budget priced gift idea for Christmas, birthdays, or any other special occasion that shows your thought and care. Ingredients * 3 tbspn Zenian organic coconut oil * 3 tbspn Baking powder * 3-6 drops of essential oil (cloves, … Read More


Coconut oil n’ chicken – Alternative to KFC

Coconut oil n chicken as an alternative to KFC is a great quick easy way to please the troops. And then there is the added advantage of not using dodgy liquidy type polyunsaturated vegetable oils in your cooking. Wiki lists the oils used to fry chicken in KFC as canola, sunflower, soy or palm and that KFC had changed over from using partially hydrogenated vegetable oils – the ones of trans ill repute.  Just briefly then to add the “using the healthy fat plug” and not liquidy vegetable oils. such as canola and sunflower. Sally Fallon and Mary Enig from the Weston A Price Foundation beautifully unpick the history and dangers of using canola oil in their 2002 article The great … Read More


Alzheimers, dementia – practical and scholarly

coconut and dementia

Stop and reverse Alzheimer’s and Dementia with coconut oil Coconut oil is one of the factors increasingly being found to be associated protecting your brain  from going downhill with Dementia and Alzheimer’s.  It’s an oversimplification to say on the other hand that coconut oil by itself will protect your brain from both of these conditions.  However, coconut oil as a healthy saturated fat, along with other healthy saturated fats, coconut is a key foundation stone in both preventing and even reversing these conditions depending of course the extent of the onset and the willingness to make other dietary changes.  What then are the underlying processes at work that lead to these conditions and how then do we start to … Read More


Creamed coconut lemon biscuit recipe

Lovely creamed coconut lemon biscuit recipe – no flour, grains, gluten or starch These have a lovely lemony tang and are a really soft version of something like a Cookie Time biscuit only 10 times healthier. Servings: 12-15 Preparation Time: 10 minutes 3/4 cup Zenian Organic creamed coconut, softened* 1/4 cup cashew butter (I prefer fresh grind, I just ground mine up in a sausage attachment on the juicer) 1/2 cup Zenian Organic coconut sugar 1 egg 1/4 cup FRESH lemon juice, strained (about 1 lemon) 1 tablespoon grated lemon peel 1 teaspoon baking powder (gluten and corn free) dash of sea salt Preheat oven to 160 degrees ºC. Place the softened … Read More


Summary – Your Body’s Many Cries for Water

Water – wanna get better – turn the tap on! The recent story of water Introducing babababa Batman (Dr Batmanghelidj) Stuck in jail 2.5 years in Iran in the later 70’s because of his opposing views Developed water protocol to address wide range of chronic degenerative illnesses/ health issues For example 3000 ulcer cases healed Took what he learned in prison cos he had no other option Then found whole lot of other illnesses responded to water testimonials from other medical people   Traditional medical view Drink when thirsty New updated view Thirst not the best or only indicator of dehydration Older people loose thirst sensation Usually chronically dehydrated Use … Read More


Fermented black garlic

fermented black garlic

Garlic has been used world-wide as a traditional medicine for over 4000 years to treat several disorders such as arthritis, diabetes and infectious diseases (common cold, malaria, and tuberculosis) (Bratman 2000; Espirito Santo et al. 2007). Further, the microbiologist Louis Pasteur demonstrated the bactericidal properties of garlic; later it was called “Russian penicillin” in the Second World War II because, after running out of antibiotics, the Russian government turned to this ancient treatment for its soldiers. Recently, a new type of garlic, black garlic, was developed in Japan by processing (aging) ordinary fresh garlic in a temperature- and humidity-controlled room without using any artificial additives. The final products developed in … Read More