Phillip Day’s Tip of the Spear Australia Tour 2015 | Shepparton | Tue 27 Oct


Contact Damien Stevens (0418 511 562) for tickets
$35 pre-sale (cash) or online (link below) OR $40 at the door :)
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Phillip Day heads up the publishing and research organisation Credence, now located in many countries around the world, which collates the work provided by researchers in many fields.
He is also founder of the worldwide citizen’s advocacy movement, The Campaign for Truth in Medicine (CTM), whose free monthly Internet newsletter may be obtained by registering at

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There are numerous potentially harmful chemicals or toxins you may not know are in your house. Look at these chemical hotspots and see if you can detox your house of these harmful household items.

Synthetic Pesticides:
Weed and bug killers can be dangerous inside and outside of your home. Instead, use natural critter repellents like peppermint essential oil and non-toxic weed killers that aren’t dangerous for pets or run-off water.

Antibacterial Soaps:
The antimicrobial chemical in soaps, triclosan, is known to disrupt the aquatic environment.  Get rid of soaps with this harmful chemical. Hot water and traditional body wash products should do the job.

Non-stick Cookware:
Most non-stick pans use perfluoroalkyl acid, which has been linked to health issues. If your non-stick cookware has a scratch, throw it out and replace it with cast iron or glassware.

Vinyl is known as the “poison plastic.” Replace your floors with wood or bamboo when it’s time to remodel and avoid plastic shower-curtain liners or fake leather furniture.

Bisphenol A, or BPA, is a hormone-disrupting chemical. Largely found in canned food and plastic bottles, opt for frozen foods and keep microwaveable food in glass containers instead.


VOCs, or Volatile Organic Compounds, are known as indoor air pollutants that could be toxins living in your kitchen, basement, and especially laundry room. Look for unscented detergents and no-VOC plants to use in your home.

This chemical is used by many dry cleaners. Although it’s being phased out by the EPA, try to find solutions to “dry clean only” clothes at home, or air out your dry-cleaned clothes before donning them.

If your home was built before 1978, you may be in danger of having lead paint in your home. Just painting over it is a temporary fix. If your paint is peeling or cracking, call a professional to remove the paint and make sure the harmful toxins are out of your home.

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Phillip Day is coming to Australia in 3 weeks!

Have you got your tickets yet?


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Three decades ago, the food available was mostly fresh and grown locally.  Today, the majority of foods consumed are highly processed; high in sugar and low in healthful fat. During that same time, obesity rates have skyrocketed, and one in five American deaths are now associated with obesity.  Read more below…

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My first blog?

Within the last 24hrs I’ve been presented with the following scenarios:
1) A “Girls bathers for sale $20” sign at the gym.
2) A selection of “girls” and “boys” bedding options for children at a linen party.
Both times I have wondered what message it is sending – does it mean that only girls can wear the bathers?  That these styles and colours are only for the little ladies?  That only girls can use the Princess sheets and the boys have to use the Spiderman ones?  What message is this sending to children (& adults)?  Your thoughts?
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