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The British Society for Ecological Medicine is a non-profit organisation that is financed entirely by membership fees, conference admissions and publication sales. We do not receive any funding or sponsorship from the pharmaceutical industry or from other companies, e.g. laboratories or manufacturers for nutraceuticals.

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Reversing Obesity & Type II Diabetes: Failing with Diet, Succeeding with Fasting

A morning of ‘Inconvenient Truths’: the evidence for how and why the dietary guidelines for reversing obesity, type II diabetes and cardiovascular disease fail and an exposé of the true culprit(s).  - An afternoon of Fasting: how and why it works for reve More

Date
10 November 2017 00:00 to 23:59

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Membership Offer

Members-Only Offer

All 'full members' joining as a new member in 2017 will receive a free copy of our textbook Environmental Medicine in Clinical Practice which retails for £28.

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BSEM focus

BSEM Conference Recordings Available !!

BSEM Conference Recordings Available !!

Have you missed any of the BSEM conferences?? We have a selection of BSEM recordings available. More

Letter in The Guardian by Dr Jenny Goodman (BSEM)

Letter in The Guardian by Dr Jenny Goodman (BSEM)

The Guardian: Vitamin D 'proved to cut risk of colds and flu' - letter by Dr Jenny Goodman (BSEM) 21.02.17 More

Scopro

Scopro

BSEM is proud to be able to contribute to the Advanced Training in Clinical Environmental Medicine recommended by the European Academy for Environmental Medicine (EUROPAEM). More

The Health Effects of Waste Incinerators - A BSEM Report

March 2013: Sutton Council just gave the go-ahead for a big incinerator to be built in South London. For more information about the health effects of waste incineration please see the BSEM report "The Health Effects of Waste Incinerators". More

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