Dr Rob Verkerk, PhD talks about his findings from the Control Group winter questionnaire.
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Dr Robert Verkerk of Alliance for Natural Health International analysed our first set of data for us and talked to our wonderful subscribing Associates (without whom, we could not exist).
The data he has been looking at is the aggregated data from the health reports of approximately 18,500 participants that were completed continuously from October 2021 to February 2022
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About Dr Rob Verkerk, PhD
Rob Verkerk PhD is a sustainability scientist, researcher, educator and campaigner with nearly 40 years of experience in the non-profit sector, academia and as a consultant. He has a MSc and PhD from Imperial College London where he continued as a postdoctoral research fellow for a further 7 years, working on projects in Eastern and Southern Africa, as well as Central and South-East Asia.
In 2002, Dr Verkerk founded the non-profit Alliance for Natural Health (ANH) International (anhinternational.org) and has acted as its executive and scientific director since. ANH has been at the forefront of protecting and promoting natural health approaches internationally. Since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, Dr Verkerk has worked closely with clinicians and researchers to expose problems, attempt to better understand uncertainties, and help find solutions.
He is a Fellow of the American College of Nutrition, scientific advisor to the UK-based integrative cancer charity, Yes to Life, and together with Dr Naseeba Kathrada, he co-chairs the Science and Medical Sub-Committee of the World Council for Health.
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