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Robert Redfern, 1946-2022

Robert Redfern, the man who brought Serrapeptase to the world’s attention, has passed away after a short illness, aged 76.

Robert was greatly admired by everyone who met him for his passion and dedication to natural health. His research and work has helped to save the lives of thousands of people across the world, through his educational online health websites, radio interviews and nutritional formulations.

Inspired by his wife Anne, his research began in 1986.

He founded Dove Health with Anne in 1992 and launched the Healthpoint electro-acupressure machine still sold to this day.

This grew into Good Health Naturally with the principle of improving the health and wellbeing of people’s lives through nutritional supplements, vitamins and minerals.

His daughter Lucy Redfern followed in her parent’s footsteps and launched Wholesale Health in 2001, supplying Good Health Naturally products to practitioners and independent nutritional retail stores. His son Nicholas heads the Good Health Naturally IT team and his daughter Olivia played an active role in the business before moving to Australia to start a family.

Robert introduced Serrapeptase to the world wide web in 2000, helping millions of people to discover for themselves the anti-inflammatory benefits of this natural enzyme.

He was a prolific author of numerous books, most notably ‘The Miracle Enzyme’, ‘Turning a Blind Eye’ and ‘Mastering Acupressure’. In his weekly newsletter, Robert talked about the latest research into nutrition, sharing his honest views about the latest health discoveries and recommending natural solutions as part of a holistic lifestyle.

His magazine Naturally Healthy News is dedicated to continuing Robert’s legacy with a commitment to help people to live a healthy lifestyle.

More recently, Robert started doing live Zoom webinars each month, focusing on specific health conditions and recommended natural solutions. These will continue with health coach Lindsay Powers, who has worked alongside Robert for many years, and her team of dedicated health coaches.

Robert was an advocate for planting trees to restore the health and ecology of both the planet and its people. Robert’s family have therefore requested that any donations in his memory, be forwarded to The Woodland Trust.

Pictured above: Robert Redfern and his wife Anne

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