Henry Osiecki graduated from the University of Queensland in 1973 obtaining a Bachelor of Science degree (with honours) . In 1976 Mr Osiecki obtained a Post Graduate Diploma in Nutrition and Dietetics from the Queensland University of Technology.
He has written a number of books including texts in Clinical Nutrition, which are used as textbooks in colleges. His publications include "Cancer – The Importance of Clinical Nutrition" , "Hypernutrition for Sport", "The Nutrient Bible", "The Asthma Breakthrough" and, more recently "Cancer: a Nutritional / Biochemical Approach edition I and II".
In addition Mr Osiecki has written for the Courier Mail on a weekly basis as a nutritional journalist since 1990, and has had a weekly radio programme for a period of ten years. Mr Osiecki has been interviewed for a number of television programmes on nutritional issues.
Henry's recent focus in the area of cancer is an accumulation of years of research with modern day cutting-edge science. Henry has brought together medical models and traditional therapies to form a comprehensive understanding of the biochemical processes involved in cancer development. He has expanded his theoretical constructs of cancer to include the effects of chemotherapy and surgery, nutritional guidelines for specific cancers, metastasis and cancer prevention programs. Henry believes that sharing the knowledge he has gained from his extensive research on this topic will benefit all health practitioners in clinical practice.
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