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What Women Must Know – The Healing Power of Cultured Foods for Autism and Overall Wellbeing with Kirsty Wirth – 12.08.16

Kirsty Wirth is the founder of Kultured Wellness, a company whose mission is to inspire and educate people to take control of their health by eating real and fermented foods that nourishes the brain and the gut. She is the brainchild behind Kultured Wellness Culture Starters and functional supplements.

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Ask The Blood Detective – How to reverse your biological age – 11.05.16

It may be true at present that we cannot reverse the aging process from a chronicle logical point of view, but there is evidence that many aspects of biological aging are in fact reversible. For example, as we age we tend to degenerate causing poor absorption of nutrition, our cholesterol tends to increase, blood pressure tends to go up, our healing slow’s, our immune systems become disrupted causing either autoimmunity or immunodeficiency along with many other known biological changes. Each of these aging biomarkers have been shown to be potentially reversible with the right nutrition. Tune in to Dr. Wald and find out what you need to know to maximize your new potential and health. Dr. wall can be reached at 914-242-8844. His website is www.IntegratednutritionandY.com and he can be emailed at info@integratednutritionandy.com or info at blooddetective.com.

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Linda Woolven & Ted Snider – A Dozen Uses Of Probiotics That Will Surprise You

Everybody now knows that probiotics are good for you. But here are twelve recently discovered benefits of probiotics that might really surprise you! 1. Happiness This surprising triple-blind study gave either probiotics or a placebo to 40 healthy people for 4 weeks. The probiotics actually significantly reduced negative thoughts associated with a sad mood compared to placebo. The positive effect was mostly because …

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The Gary Null Show – 10.20.16

Today on The Gary Null Show, Gary has a special show with guests but before that he gives the latest in health and healing. The first guest in Gary’s program is Dr. Dady Chery. The two talk about The Clinton Money games in Haiti – capitalizing off of catastrophe. Dr Dady (Daah-dee) Chery is a Haitian born writer, journalist, and an associate professor in biological sciences who has been at the forefront publicly about the challenges Haiti confronts and the corruption of American interests. She was the first to site the likely introduction of cholera into Haiti by UN personnel in 2010 and has reported on Haiti’s considerable mineral wealth as a lucrative target for western corporate interests. Dady is the co-editor in chief of News Junkie Post with geopolitical commentator Gilbert Mercier and is the editor of the news site Haiti Chery at DadyChery.org… Her articles appear on Black Agenda Report, Counterpunch, Global Research, RT and many others. And she is the author of important book and anlaysis of the Haitian Crisis – “We Dared to Be Free: Haiti’s Struggle Against Occupation.” The second guest in today’s program is Prof. Harvey Wasserman the two talk about Trumps claims on Rigged elections – the evidence. Prof. Harvey Wasserman is a professor of history at Columbus State College and Capital University in Ohio. He is an investigative journalist, author and has been a national voice in the anti-war and anti-nuclear movements for over four decades. He is also a senior advisor for Greenpeace USA and the Nuclear Information and Resource Service and founder of Solartopia.org, a grassroots endeavor to promote a green-powered earth. Among his many books are “Solartopia: Our Green Powered Earth” and two books on election fraud, the latest being “Election Theft is the Fourth Jim Crow; How the GOP Can Buy, Rig, Steal and Lynch the Presidency in 2016.” His articles appear frequently on Counterpunch, Alternet, NukeWatch, Huffington Post and others. Harvey can also be heard every Thursday afternoon at 5 pm Eastern as host of “Green Power and Wellness Hour” on the Progressive Radio Network. His website is Solartopia.org

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The Gary Null Show – 10.03.16

Today on The Gary Null Show, Gary talks about the American society and the study of life, Mr Null gives his keys to living a long and lasting life, more health and healing news is covered like the topic of calcium. In the second half of the program Gary opens up the lines for a talk back segment to speak to our amazing listeners, Gary also goes to two never before heard audio clips in which one of them was banned in congress.

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Humans an Invasive Species Heading for a ‘Crash,’ Study Says

Human population growth has followed the trajectory of a typical invasive species, says a study published Wednesday in the journal Nature, and that suggests there may be a looming global population “crash.” “The question is: Have we overshot Earth’s carrying capacity today?” said Elizabeth Hadly, a professor in environmental biology at Stanford University and senior author of the paper, in …

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100 Samples of Coffee Found to Contain Carcinogenic Mycotoxins

That morning cup of coffee gives you pep, but a new study found that it might also be giving you mycotoxins, toxic metabolites produced by fungi. Since mycotoxins are carcinogenic to humans, do we now need to worry that a steaming hot pot of coffee is killing us? C’mon now. Not our coffee!  An analysis of 100 brands of commercially …

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The Dr. Peter Breggin Hour – 08.05.15

My guest Gregory A. Smith, MD talks about his new film, American Addict II, examines the corruption of American society by drug dealers (legal and illegal), and describes his informed therapeutic approach to withdrawal from psychiatric drugs and opiates. Full of good facts and inspiring.

Nanoparticles in consumer products significantly alter normal gut bacteria – Nathan Gray

Writing in Environmental Engineering Science, researchers used a model of the human gut to test how exposure to three different nanoparticles (NP) that are commonly used in consumer products – zinc oxide, cerium dioxide, and titanium dioxide – affects the make-up of the bacterial communities in our gut (known as the microbiota). “Understanding the interactions between NPs and bacteria in an …

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Viruses: You’ve heard the bad — here’s the good

“The word, virus, connotes morbidity and mortality, but that bad reputation is not universally deserved,” said Marilyn Roossinck, PhD, Professor of Plant Pathology and Environmental Microbiology and Biology at the Pennsylvania State University, University Park. “Viruses, like bacteria, can be important beneficial microbes in human health and in agriculture,” she said. Her review of the current literature on beneficial viruses …