Leid Stories—The Biggest Lesson of This Tumultuous Year—12.27.17

As a tumultuous 2017 nears its end and a new year soon begins, Leid Stories encourages all to undertake a recap—not the standard chronological review of the “big stories” of the year, but a sober reckoning of how, individually and collectively, we have been changed by them. Download this episode (right click and save)

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The Gary Null Show – 11.16.17

Today On The Gary Null Show, Gary opens up with the latest in health and healing. Some of the other topics Gary covers today are the issues in other countries with people being sold in trafficking. Gary also covers an important issue that will make you QUESTION EVERYTHING! Download this episode (right click and save)

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Replenish Me – 09.28.17

Farrah Ratliff is a wife and mother of four from Waco Tx. She has anAssociates degree in criminal Justice from MCC in Waco Tx but recently have found her passion to speak about my hardship to encourage, inspire and motivate women and men through life’s journey and also their weight loss journey. She had created her first weight loss group #D+D=T …


The Dr. Peter Breggin Hour – 05.31.17

My guest Pam Popper, PhD, ND, believes in informed medical decision making and this has led her to partner with me in delivering educational materials and now clinical services aimed at making science-based nutritional, mental health, and medical services widely available.  Together, we aim at vastly increasing the available of both the information and the services that people need for …


Ask The Blood Detective – Transdermal Nutrition – 05.27.17

Nutrition Through The Skin! The Best Kept Secret of Them All! Vitamins, minerals and other nutraceuticals can and do pass through the skin when compounded correctly. The skin is a semi-permeably tissue meaning that certain things can transverse through the skin and into the blood stream. The term “transdermal” refers to how nutrition can pass through the skin. People with …


Ask The Blood Detective – Mastering Inflammation – Truth & Lies – how a natural process can cure or kill you! – 05.13.17

Inflammation can cure you – if you learn how to direct it, or kill you if you fail to take care of your body right. Sometimes inflammation is protective of your immune system, blood vessels and body tissues, but also contributes to all manner of death and disease. Join Dr. Michael Wald, aka, The BLOOD DETECTIVE, (DC, Board Certified Nutritionist), …


Ask The Blood Detective – Vitamins – 05.06.17

Vitamins – You are not what you eat, but what you ACTIVATE! The old adage, “you are what you eat” is dead wrong! Your are not even what you absorb from what you eat. Ultimately you are what you activate. Nutrients from both foods and nutritional supplements must be activated in either or both the small intestines and liver. Learn …


Ask Beatty – 02.13.17

Most people want to be in love and share their life with someone who they truly love who loves them.
And yet the challenges to finding healthy and sustaining love, despite all the online dating sites, seem to be more difficult than ever.

Beatty and her guest today Lous Barth, author of Courage to Sparkle, life coach and motivational speaker talk about the many things that people can DO ( and not do) to attract love into their lives.


The Gary Null Show – 01.11.17

Today on the Gary Null show, Gary opens up the program with the latest in health and healing, Gary covers the important topics of how eating a banana a day can completely change your diet. Are you having on going knee pain? Well Gary can give you ways to reduce that. To wrap up the health segment Gary makes sure to talk about the new fatty liver disease. In the second half of today’s program Gary goes into the commentary by Chris Hedges covering the political state of the United States of America.


Anuradha Sengupta – They Lost Their Jungles to Plantations, But These Indigenous Women Grew Them Back

It is early morning in Dhepagudi, a sleepy hamlet nestled in the green hills of Odisha, India. Admai Kumruka is sifting millet in a traditional sieve made of bamboo strips. Children mill around, playing on a mud and sand mound. A few huts down, Rello Dindika is sorting through harvested corn. A group of women are chopping fresh pumpkin leaves …