Don’t kill yourself: mistakes leading to loss of health and early death. During this riveting conversation, Dr. Michael Wald
There are over 2,000 studies on the GreenMedInfo database demonstrating the power of turmeric to heal, but this time-tested, safe, and affordable healing substance still has not received FDA approval to “prevent, treat, or cure” disease despite the fact that it is capable of doing exactly that. One of the greatest, if not the greatest triumph of biomedical science today is its …
On “The Gary Null Show,” Gary discusses these topics plus had a great guest on to teach s and help us grow.
Walnuts may help prevent colon cancer
The cholesterol-reducing health benefits of walnuts and walnut oil
U-M scientists and colleagues investigate the fiber of our being
Nuts and probiotics yield heart benefits
Potential of tocotrienols in the prevention and therapy of alzheimer’s disea
Vitamin E from seeds kills cancer cells
Women’s long work hours linked to alarming increases in cancer, heart disease
29-year-old diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease given a few years to live
Gary takes a music break and plays this: The Temptations – Soul To Soul
Exposed: Pesticide industry deployed aggressive lobby effort to quash bee protections
Brazil has now refused all imports of U.S. grown genetically modified crops
Cannabis remedies for epilepsy were discovered and buried in the 1940s
Palm oil giant IOI has lost customers for destroying forests, but will it change?
Gary goes right to his guest and here is a brief bio of the Professor Danner
Prof. Mark Danner is a renowned journalist, writer and educator who has covered overseas wars and American foreign policy for over 30 years. He is currently the Chancellor’s Professor of Journalism and English at the University of California at Berkeley, and the James Clarke Chase Professor of Foreign Affairs at Bard College specializing in American militarism, the war on terror, torture and US foreign policy. In the past, Mark has been on the staff of The New Yorker, Harpers and the New York Review of Books and has covered conflicts in Central America, Haiti, the Balkans, Iraq and the greater Middle East. He has been featured by Bill Moyers, Charlie Rose and as appeared on numerous news and talk programs. He has published six books related to American wars. Mark’s latest book is “Spiral: Trapped in the Forever War” – which explores how the nation has changed dramatically since 911 through legislation, government intelligence and political actions related to the war on terror through the Bush and Obama regimes. His website is MarkDanner.com
On “The Gary Null Show” today, Gary talks about these topics below plus a great story about doing research with Doctor Allan Cott, the first Orthomolecular psychiatrist on fasting and how it effected people. Gary also tells a story about Key West and the tar pits of Canada. Click on the links below to learn more or just listen:
How fasting helps fight fatty liver disease
Study says probiotics relieved stress for medical students at exam time
Probiotics stop menopause-like bone loss in mice
Pomegranate can serve as a backup ovary
Eating nuts linked to lower risk of colon cancer
Traditional food puts chemotherapy to shame
Fructose alters hundreds of brain genes, which can lead to a wide range of diseases
Gary takes a quick break to play this golden oldie: The Blackbyrds ~ Walking In Rhythm
VIDEO: Matt Damon Speech: Civil Disobedience
VIDEO: Robert Reich debunks Donald Trump’s dangerous lies about immigration
The next employment crisis is here: Job cuts at U.S. companies jump 35 percent in April
Welcome to the machine world: the perfect technological storm
Here is the rundown of topics that was discussed on “The Gary Null Show.” Click on the links below to learn more on the topics Gary spoke about and listen to Gary’s “Conversations with Remarkable Minds” interview with Prof. Bart Ehrman, who speaks about “The unreliability of memory that has contributed to altered and invented stories in the New Testament and who Jesus was.” Read his bio down below.
Eating nuts linked to lower risk of colon cancer
Research reveals: Ginger found effective against a wide range of cancer types. Ginger will cause the cancer cells to commit suicide
Ginger causes ovarian cancer cells to die, U-M researchers find
Ginger destroys Cancer more effectively than death-linked Cancer drugs
Learn how to grow Ginger at home
Fiber-famished gut microbes linked to poor health
The fiber gap and the disappearing gut microbiome: Implications for human nutrition
Bridging the brain-body gap: How the ‘thinking’ gut influences mental well-being
New study: Substance in rhubarb cuts cancer cell growth in half
Extra: Some Rhubarb recipes for you: 15 Rhubarb recipes that aren’t pie
Gary takes a break and plays this great song: Gibson Brothers – Cuba . Gary talks about his Tuesday evening show “Progressive Commentary Hour,” which is at 7pm Eastern Time. Guest this evening (4.26.16) is: John Pilgrim.
If you can host a radio show and have a community that you can help with this show, we would love to hear from you. Leave an email at: firstname.lastname@example.org and in subject line write: “FOR JASON.” Leave your name, phone number and explain what type of show you want to do and we will contact you and hopefully you can do a radio show and help people in the community around you. Finally, Gary returned to the show with these two great videos:
VIDEO: Alan Watts – What is Wrong With Our Culture
VIDEO: George Carlin – The Illusion Of Choice – This video contains Explicit Language
Gary took a very short break and returned with his guest Prof. Bart Ehrmans. Here is a quick bio to learn more about the Professor.
Prof. Bart Ehramans is one of the most renowned and controversial Biblical scholars in the world today. who specializes in the texts of the New Testament and the origins of Christianity. He is the James A Gray Distinguished Professor of Biblical and Christian studies at the Universty of North Carolina in Chapel Hill where he specializes in the texts of the New Testament, non-canonical literature, Gnosticis and the historical origins of Christianity. He received his doctorate from Princeton University and has received numerous awards for academic excellence. Prof Ehrman is the author and editor of over 30 books, 5 having appeared on the New York Times bestseller list. His most recent book is “Jesus Before the Gospels: How the Earliest Christians Remembered, Changed and Invented Their Stories of the Savior.” His website is bartdehrman.com
Chocolate wine and berries protect against type 2 diabetes, vitamin B3 and fiber protect against colon cancer and inflammation, and a large trial supports echinacea’s immune benefits. Also good news about vitamin D. Did the federal government open up land in CA to frack during a water crisis? Also, earthquakes associated with fracking. Then, a discussion with Scholar-in-Residence Richard Gale, new information about what may be behind the mandated vaccine push in CA. And more!