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The Gary Null Show – 06.01.16

On “The Gary Null Show” today, Gary talks about health and healing and then gives us information on his great new article, which you can find on PRN.fm or click on it here, down below.

Stress can help trigger stroke
High-fiber diet May help lower breast cancer risk

Overweight women have worse breast cancer

New insights on link between early consumption of cows’ milk and type-1 diabete

Blueberries improve endothelial function, but not blood pressure, in adults with metabolic syndrome: A randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled clinical trial

Effects of powdered Montmorency tart cherry supplementation on an acute bout of intense lower body strength exercise in resistance trained males

Gary took a music break and played this jam: Jermaine Jackson – Let’s get serious.

Gary returned to read his new article: Medicine That Kills. Click on the title to read this great article or go to the homepage on PRN.fm and click there.

Gary discussed Dr. David Graham and how he tried to help people learn about bad drugs being getting approval by the FDA. Here is an article about Dr. Graham: Attention to Failure

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The Gary Null Show – 04.14.16

On today’s “The Gary Null Show” here are the topics and article links to what Gary discussed and helped you with:

Lower-carb diet slows growth of aggressive brain tumor in mouse models

Are we falling off the climate precipice? Scientists consider extinction

Food will be very expensive since nothing will be growing outside

Only 60 years of farming left if soil degradation continues

Selenium in the prevention of Cancer

White button mushrooms may be able to lower PSA levels

Blueberries and strawberries reduce cognitive impairment in older adults

Gary gives you a tease of the Friday April 15, 2016 Show only on PRN.FM. Then he returns to the show with:

Oil Industry’s suppression of Climate science began in 1940s, Documents reveal

Gary introduced his guest, Brendan Kelly. Here is Brendan’s bio:

Brendan Kelly is the co-founder of Jade Mountain Wellness center in Burlington Vermont where he currently has a Chinese medical practice established. For the past 25 years Brendan has been nationally involved in environmental issues, lecturing on Chinese medicine, Western herbalism, personal health, climate change and sustainable lifestyles, including at the University of Vermont, Yale, Goddard and other universities. He also teaches at Johnson State College and the Academy of Five Element Acupuncture. Brendan is the author of the recent “Yin and Yang of Climate Crisis: Healing Personal, Cultural and Ecological Imbalance with Chinese Medicine”, which explores the underpinning imbalances that exist between our own busy modern lives and the outer effects of climate change due to anthropocentric causal factors based upon the principles of Chinese medicine and philosophy. His websites are PersonalAsEcological.com and JadeMtWellness.com

Video: Smoke And Fumes: An Introduction to the Deep History of Oil and Climate Change

William Robinson will be joining the show tomorrow