disease reversal

27 06 2024

Front Page News


This article was originally published as an op-ed in The Jerusalem Post on Wednesday, 26 June 2024: https://www.jpost.com/opinion/article-807743   Making an appearance on the front-page of any newspaper is difficult these days.  Here in Israel there is a war in the south and a war in the north of the country. In Europe, the Ukraine-Russian conflict continues.  There [...]

Front Page News2024-06-27T11:12:09+00:00
1 01 2023

Moderation or Extreme?


This article was originally published as an op-ed in The Jerusalem Post (2 Jan. 2023): https://www.jpost.com/opinion/article-726380 In a recent discussion, a friend suggested that the program I run for reversing disease and weight loss may be somewhat extreme.  This person told me if I would just moderate the diet part of the program somewhat, it [...]

Moderation or Extreme?2023-01-02T09:06:23+00:00
30 10 2022

Something Needs to Change


The following article was originally published in the Opinion section of The Jerusalem Post (31 Oct. 2022): https://www.jpost.com/opinion/article-721039 Mr. X A relative of mine, Mr. X, is 90 years old. He started feeling unwell, and while he was feeling a little “off,” he went to get checked.  They found a small kidney stone and said [...]

Something Needs to Change2022-10-31T09:03:10+00:00
11 09 2022

A Time for Change


The following article was originally published in the Opinion section of The Jerusalem Post (9th Sept. 2022): https://www.jpost.com/opinion/article-716706   On the Jewish calendar, we are well into the month of Elul.  Our tradition is such that we are in a process of repentance. The slichot prayers take us into the high holy days of Rosh HaShana [...]

A Time for Change2022-09-11T11:22:22+00:00
17 07 2022

From Sick Care to Health Care


The following article was also published in the Opinion section of The Jerusalem Post (17th July 2022): https://www.jpost.com/opinion/article-712280   I’M FRUSTRATED! Why? To quote Dr. Michael Greger, the author of the bestselling books How Not to Die and How Not to Diet, “We have the cure, since 1990, there should be no heart disease.” The evidence [...]

From Sick Care to Health Care2022-07-17T11:51:12+00:00
20 02 2022

From Ordinary to Extraordinary


It’s been how many months – or years- since Covid- 19 first came on the scene? Who’s able to keep track of all the changes, rules, and regulations society has been through in a relatively short span of time? Well, I choose to look at a different reality. I see the people that decided enough [...]

From Ordinary to Extraordinary2022-02-20T10:46:31+00:00
16 01 2022

Lessons from Covid – Alan’s JPost op-ed


The following article appeared as an op-ed written by Alan in The Jerusalem Post: https://www.jpost.com/opinion/article-692230 It’s been almost two years since COVID-19 made its appearance on the world stage. It has caused pain and sorrow, and we had to get used to a brand new way of life. The things we have taken for granted in the [...]

Lessons from Covid – Alan’s JPost op-ed2022-01-16T14:14:59+00:00
12 12 2021

Is That True? Fictions and Truths about Health


I think the topic of health ranks pretty high among areas with false paradigms. Sometimes we form opinions on incomplete data and later find out, as more data is collected, that what we thought was true really is not. Look back on the last 21 months of the Covid-19 pandemic! The more data that is [...]

Is That True? Fictions and Truths about Health2021-12-13T10:50:23+00:00