I am still developing the ideas for the book, but I can say that it tells the full story of the four life-changing years of My Serrapeptase Adventure, and of “The ‘Miracle’ Enzyme”, *Serrapeptase, which gave me back my life in January 2006. It is a great, continuing, health adventure, enabled by the sharing of information on the internet, the airwaves and in print. It is a story of personal determination, inspired by the kindness of people around the world.
The Disability Maze Books is a series of books poses a number of significant questions and explores several specific answers as well as ways of thinking, which encourage innovative responses to the challenges of the positive assessment of the individual needs of people with disabilities.
When I started work on these books, colleagues and friends asked me if I wanted to replace the assessment systems with which we are all familiar, with one of my own. Many of them also wanted to know where my focus would be set. Would I concentrate on the fields of education, social-care, or the health system?
My hope is to encourage a holistic, positive, approach to the assessment of individual needs. Read More
Following last month’s earthquake in Fukushima, Japan, earthquake and the nuclear explosion that followed it, everyone has been talking about iodine as protection for the thyroid. Since then, I have been learning about Nascent Iodine and its importance in processes throughout the body.
Traditionally, the importance of iodine to the biological function of the body was focused on iodine’s role in the nourishment of the thyroid gland, particularly for the production of T3 and T4 hormones and the regulation of metabolism. However, as the understanding of this nutrient has progressed, we have come to understand that the role of iodine in the body far surpasses what most thought, and is not only necessary for overall health, but also a crucial component of the detoxification process. Read More
Today is January 3rd, 2011. Welcome to the first day of the sixth year of My Serrapeptase Adventure. I am amazed to find that I have reached another anniversary of the day I took Serrapeptase for the first time, in 2006.
I am sure that this year will be another one, filled with challenges and opportunities and I look forward to meeting them all. My Serrapeptase Adventure continues to be the story of The ‘Miracle’ Enzyme that transformed my life, and which continues to keep me free of the ‘toxic cocktail’ of prescription medication, allowing me to maintain my focus upon a natural approach to good health. Read More
The story of The ‘Miracle’ Enzyme of the silkworm is spreading rapidly around the world and saving lives.
The research on the clinical use of Serrapeptase as an anti-inflammatory has produced a long list of ailments that this amazing enzyme is treating. It is restoring the health of scores of people without the use of prescription medication and without harmful side effects.
Nutritionist and author Robert Redfern wrote The ‘Miracle’ Enzyme after studying the enzyme and its effects on people around the world.