Laura Bond

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Editorial

Laura’s features have appeared in the following publications: The Sunday Times, Tatler, The Mail on Sunday, Psychologies, Cosmopolitan, Stylist and Healthy. If you’d like to speak to her about writing, please do get in touch. Otherwise, browse through a few highlights of her journalism here.


Eat Healthy

World’s Healthiest Diet (UK) July 16

Eat Healthy

World’s Healthiest Diet (UK) July 16

Eat Healthy

World’s Healthiest Diet (UK) July 16

Eat Healthy

World’s Healthiest Diet (UK) July 16

Eat Healthy

Eat Fat to Burn Fat (UK) March 16

Eat Healthy

Eat Fat to Burn Fat (UK) March 16

Healthy Magazine

The Smart Way to Shop Organic (UK) September 16

Healthy Magazine

The Smart Way to Shop Organic (UK) September 16

Healthy Magazine

The Smart Way to Shop Organic (UK) September 16

Sunday Times Body & Soul

Why Elle Has Gone Alkaline (Australia) – Jul 14

Sunday Times Body & Soul

Why Elle Has Gone Alkaline (Australia) – Jul 14

Mail on Sunday

The Health Benefits of Beer (UK) – Jul 14

Mail on Sunday

The Health Benefits of Beer (UK) – Jul 14

Mail on Sunday

The Health Benefits of Beer (UK) – Jul 14

Sunday Times Body & Soul

The rise of the prick-me-up (Australia) – May 14

Sunday Times Body & Soul

The rise of the prick-me-up (Australia) – May 14

Sunday Times Style

Getting in a pickle – Nov 13

Sunday Times Style

Getting in a pickle – Nov 13

Sunday Times Style

Getting in a pickle – Nov 13

You

A fresh approach to cancer (UK) – Nov 13

You

A fresh approach to cancer (UK) – Nov 13

Cosmopolitan

Birth order – May 12

Cosmopolitan

Birth order – May 12

Cosmopolitan

Birth order – May 12

Healthy

Why getting sick can make you better – Apr 12

Healthy

Why getting sick can make you better – Apr 12

Sunday Times Style

Going her own way – Jan 12

Sunday Times Style

Going her own way – Jan 12

Sunday Times Style

Going her own way – Jan 12

Nature & Health

Gardasil – Jan 12

Nature & Health

Gardasil – Jan 12

Nature & Health

Gardasil – Jan 12

Healthy

A meaty subject – Aug 11

Healthy

A meaty subject – Aug 11

Healthy

Future health report – Jul 11

Healthy

Future health report – Jul 11

Healthy

Future health report – Jul 11

Healthy

Future health report – Jul 11

Healthy

Future health report – Jul 11

Healthy

Future health report – Jul 11

Healthy

Future health report – Jul 11

Healthy

Future health report – Jul 11

Psychologies

To-do lists

Psychologies

To-do lists

Psychologies

To-do lists

Psychologies

To-do lists

Cosmopolitan

How to get over the one – Jan 11

Cosmopolitan

How to get over the one – Jan 11

Psychologies

The joy of anticipation – Jan 10

Psychologies

The joy of anticipation – Jan 10

Psychologies

Make love, not dinner – Sep 09

Psychologies

Make love, not dinner – Sep 09

Psychologies

Reality TV – May 09


‘It’s easy to spot a Bond feature. It’s the one that combines compelling research with emotional stories and topical subject matter. She gets straight to the point, has a strong grasp of popular culture, you learn something new and you know why it matters. No surprise then that her pieces often generate the most mail from readers.’ Psychologies Magazine
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Doctor-Jonathan-Wright

Mum’s Not Having Chemo illustrates that there may be multiple ways to eliminate cancer without radiation or chemotherapy, and that many diagnosed have done this successfully. But you must take charge! Laura Bond summarizes this very well: “Every cancer is different, every person is different and every treatment plan will be different. There are many paths to recovery, but through my research and interviews I have found that cancer survivors often responded to their diagnoses in a similar way: they shared a tendency to view their illness not as a death threat, but as a wake-up call, and they showed a willingness to embrace radical, positive change. While it might be tempting to bury your head in the sand, abdicating responsibility won’t help you heal. So rise up, read up and take the reins. The road to health starts with being fully informed.”

This book—very well written and non-technical—describes her mother’s path from a diagnosis of ovarian and uterine cancer to wellness. An excellent source of information; highly recommended!’

Jonathan V. Wright MD, author of Nutrition and Healing
Director of the Tahoma Clinic, Washington.
www.wrightnewsletter.com

book

With unprecedented access to more than 60 of the world’s top alternative and integrative experts – from Japanese oncologists to Energy healers in Harley street – Laura uncovers what the alternatives actually are. Mum’s Not Having Chemo is an invaluable and uplifting resource. It is a book about choices. A book to inspire you to make healthy changes and to re-assure you that there is always hope.


janey

‘This is the book the world needs to change the face of modern health-care – an absolute must for anyone with cancer and their relatives and friends. Facing a diagnosis of ‘The Big C’ can be terrifying and for most people their treatment plan and daunting future path is presented to them as ‘fait accompli’. The author’s mother Gemma Bond chose a path less trodden and this book beautifully documents the emotional rollercoaster she went on and the physical challenges. Because Laura has a journalistic mind she has thoroughly researched and really dug out not only the facts and science behind alternative treatments and therapies, but she also gives us a very human approach from her experience of supporting her mum. Best of all she clearly lays out how to source these options and gives a realistic suggested course of action. This book is unique, and it’s also a brilliant resource for the currently ‘well’ – when it comes to immunity building and cancer prevention there is little to rival it. It’s moving, inspirational, informative and wonderfully uplifting all at the same time.’
Janey Lee Grace, author of Look Great Naturally… Without Ditching the Lipstick
www.imperfectlynatural.com


Press

Mum’s Not Having Chemo has been the subject of numerous articles internationally.

Sunday Telegraph Style

Mum’s Not Having Chemo (Australia) – Dec 13

Sunday Telegraph Style

Mum’s Not Having Chemo (Australia) – Dec 13

Sunday Telegraph Style

Mum’s Not Having Chemo (Australia) – Dec 13

You

A fresh approach to cancer (UK) – Nov 13

You

A fresh approach to cancer (UK) – Nov 13

What Doctors Don’t Tell You

New light on cancer (UK) – Nov 13

What Doctors Don’t Tell You

New light on cancer (UK) – Nov 13

What Doctors Don’t Tell You

New light on cancer (UK) – Nov 13

What Doctors Don’t Tell You

New light on cancer (UK) – Nov 13

What Doctors Don’t Tell You

New light on cancer (UK) – Nov 13

What Doctors Don’t Tell You

New light on cancer (UK) – Nov 13

What Doctors Don’t Tell You

New light on cancer (UK) – Nov 13

What Doctors Don’t Tell You

New light on cancer (UK) – Nov 13

Sunday Times Style

My choice (UK) – Sep 13

Sunday Times Style

My choice (UK) – Sep 13

Sunday Times Style

My choice (UK) – Sep 13

Sunday Times Style

Going her own way – Jan 12

Sunday Times Style

Going her own way – Jan 12

Sunday Times Style

Going her own way – Jan 12

Adelaide Advertiser

Why a brave mum said no to chemo (Australia)-Oct11

Sunday Times Magazine

Mum’s Not Having Chemo (Australia) – Oct 11

Sunday Times Magazine

Mum’s Not Having Chemo (Australia) – Oct 11

Sunday Times Magazine

Mum’s Not Having Chemo (Australia) – Oct 11

MNHC-radio

ECU Radio

With Jordan Cutts (Australia)-Mar 13

MNHC-radio

The Cancer Winner Talk Show

With Dr. Judy Seeger (America)-Jul 12

MNHC-radio

Natural News Radio

The Robert Scott Bell Show (America)-Feb 12

MNHC-radio

Whole Brain Thinking

With Dr Margaret Cochran (America)-Dec 11

MNHC-radio

6PR Drive Program

With Howard Sattler (Australia) – Oct 11

MNHC-radio

You Are What You Love Radio Show

With Vaishali (America)-Sep 11


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