This year I was invited to speak at Chatham House, and my talk was titled “Germs, Genes and Geography.” I spoke about how diets evolved and with it how new genes were expressed.

In researching for my latest book, The Genetics of Health, I was especially concerned at fal...

With Theresa May having called an early election, and the UK gearing up for the polls, I thought I would look at how our genes impact our political decision-making. 

In my book, The Genetics of Health (Simon and Schuster), I call dopamine “The Pleasure Particle.” It is...

There is a saying that you can take a boy out of a village, but you can never take a village out of a man. I was born in England, and spent a portion of my childhood in India, and now live in New Zealand (and teach in Australia), so I feel a sense of affinity to all th...

I must say before I wrote The Genetics of Health (Simon and Schuster, 2017) I myself was a bit sceptical about the value of getting genetic testing done for dietary nutrients. After all, while humans have adapted to the environment over the past 50,000 years (with skin...

Two articles posted on Beyond Words - one taken from my new book - The Genetics of Health. It's available from Simon and Schuster, Amazon and other retailers. If you want to take control of your future health I'd love for you to read my book. 

Also run on Beyond Wo...

The one-man press tour continues ; )

It's great fun being being interviewed and talking about my book, The Genetics of Health. There's always a chance to have a little fun. Thanks KTLA & crew. Watch the video - just click on the image.

While procrastination seems like a character flaw, it evolved for a reason. That's right - but hey don't procrastinate on reading this article from Fast Company - it's a 3 minute read and features me! ; )

Well it's been a pretty hectic promotional trail so far but I'm loving it. I'm keeping people updated mostly via my Facebook, Instagram and Twitter accounts so be sure to check in there.

 Check out my interview with the Chris Leary and the fun crew at Great Day Washingt...

The other day a patient came to see me concerned that every time he drank coffee, his heart seemed to twitch. "Is this cardiac twitch a sign of heart disease?" he asked. A doctor himself, he pointed to a study done in Zurich that suggested that drinking the equivalent...

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