Dr Greg Emerson has a unique perspective on health and adaptation to our ever changing world. On one hand he is a senior emergency medicine specialist, a diving medicine physician and an internationally renowned consultant in integrative medicine. On the other hand he is a passionate permaculture farmer living a sustainable lifestyle and a wilderness survival enthusiast. He lives and works at the exciting crossroads where scientific evidence and evolutionary knowledge merge. He is a proud father hoping to leave the world a better place for his children by being a part of the revolution aiming to lead the human race onto a brighter, more optimistic, more sustainable future.
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“Native people everywhere discovered essentials of life and following fundamental nutritional laws, lived in harmony with nature. Modern civilisation has chosen to ignore these fundamental truths. The wisdom of native societies in understanding laws of nature and living in harmony with these laws is a treasure humanity must not lose if we ever wish to regain our lost strength and resistance to disease.
Though many today would prefer otherwise, nutrition is not a matter of opinion; nor are moral ideals of truth, honesty, integrity, loyalty and service that have been held in common in traditional societies for thousands of generations. The price of societies decision to ignore natural laws governing these fundamental aspects of human life is the physical and spiritual bankruptcy threatening Western Society today.”
Dr Emerson was recently interviewed on ‘Know the Cause’, the most popular health television programme in the US.
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That’s why it’s good to have a checklist, a reappraisal, a stock take, a bullshit meter.
I spend most of my time now translating the latest scientific evidence which almost always is proving what traditional c…
When I hunt I run and jump and throw and walk. I don’t eat much because it is my food that I’m hunting.