On "The Gary Null Show" today, Gary goes over health and healing and talks about the environment and plays great audio clips:
Another study proves this simple activity rejuvenates the brain
Eating more whole grains linked with lower mortality rates
Consumption of this antioxidant reduces heart disease mortality by 40 percent
Top 3 antioxidant-rich vegetables help prevent cancer, heal the skin & slow aging
Gary goes to a music break and plays a great song: Chicago - Saturday In The Park. Then back to the show:Gary speaks about meaning many people while he was traveling around the country and saw ways they got around zoning laws. He decided to not tell the location to help the people.
Understanding zoning and tiny houses
FL attorney says growing vegetables not a fundamental right
VIDEO: Bill Moyers Essay: The End Game for Democracy
Massacres that have happened in America that were as bad or worse them the horrible attack in Orlando:
1850 Bloody Island Massacre
The Ludlow Massacre
The Lawrence Massacre
The Colfax Massacre
The Greenwood Massacre
The Chinese Massacre of 1871
The Paoli Massacre
The Waxhaw Massacre
The Fort Pillow Massacre
The Goliad Massacre
The Red Summer
Gary takes calls from listeners to discuss today's topics and then Luanne comes on air to discuss Gary's new Health Support System Classes. Call her if interested: 631-504-6198
May has been a month of escalated resistance to fossil fuel industries and a call for a rapid transition to clean renewable sources of energy. The month began with Break Free: two weeks of direct action targeting coal, oil and gas around the world. That was followed by a week of action called the Rubber Stamp Rebellion protesting the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) for its approval of new fossil fuel infrastructure without adequate consideration of the impacts new projects will have on the health and safety of communities, harm to the environment or worsening of the climate crisis. We speak with three advocates who are working to stop dangerous fossil fuel projects.
On "The Gary Null Show" today, Gary gave us great news on health, the environment and public schools. Listen below or click on a link to learn more:
Omega-3 levels linked to better cognitive performance
Regular physical activity is 'magic bullet' for pandemics of obesity, cardiovascular disease
What foods can help fight the risk of chronic inflammation?
Another reason for wine lovers to toast resveratrol
Omega-3 lowers childhood aggression in short term
Will new chemical law hide the fracking industry’s toxic secrets?
Gary takes a quick music break and plays this classic jam: The Spinners - Could It Be I'm Falling In Love. Gary returns to discuss "The March against Monsato." He will be in Fort Myers, 13499 South Cleveland Avenue, Here are all the locations having "A March Against Monsato." Then on Sunday morning at 9am, at 5th ave and 90th Street for the 1st meeting of this year's "Natural Living Running and Walking Club." It is free and helps you get in shape. Lastly Luanne comes on and talks about Gary's only support group this year. It starts Saturday June 11, 2016 at 3PM on the Upper West Side and will be helping people with Anti-Aging, Hair Loss, Muscles, Skin and the Brain. Email Luanne at firstname.lastname@example.org or call her at 631-504-6198.Gary returns to the show with this great video:
VIDEO: Stupid in America: How we cheat our kids - John Stossel looks at the ways the U.S. public education system cheats students out of a quality education.
Why teachers matter in dark times - Henry A. Giroux
Listen to Arun Gupta, journalist, author, and founding editor of the Indypendent sharing his insightful and provocative analysis about the upcoming election with Alison Rose Levy. Second half of the show will feature Heidi Hutner, Director of the Sustainability Studies Program at Stonybook University discussing ecofeminism and how to take a stand both for feminism and the environment.
We have two guests on the show. The first talks about food, water and how environmental change is playing a major role in the negative effects our food is having on us and the world in which we live. The second guest discusses overcoming alcohol addiction and living a healthy, "Soulfully Aware" life. Our first guest is Kari Hamerschlag, senior program manager for "Friends of the Earth". www.FOE.org She speaks about the harmful affects our current food and water supply are having on us and our environment. Furthermore, she discusses Food, Water, Agriculture, Climate Change and Biodiversity. Our second guest, Natalie Rountree, is an advocate for bringing awareness to the pain and struggles of women, mothers and others facing addiction to alcohol or in recovery. She is the founder of "Sober Living Soulful Living" www.SoberLivingSoulfulLiving.com which focuses on inspiring and encouraging those in recovery from alcoholism. Natalie has aided hundreds of people in their recovery since 2008 and continues to inspire thousands more daily with her story, her blogs, public speaking events, Facebook page, podcasts and more.
John Fox is an outspoken leader of Friends of the Earth and talks about many issues affecting us in the environment and the world around us. John's group, Friends of the Earth, is coming off a major demonstration attended by 1,000's on Saturday April 16th, 2016. In protest and confrontation with the police over 200 demonstrated were arrested including our guest John Fox. Several hundred activist groups of all types attended in support of the rally including the leading group Friends of the Earth.
John's group is not a traditional environmental group. Instead they are an activist group that is fighting for the rights of the planet for all us and this beautiful earth of ours. John seeks to change the perception of the public, media and policy makers -- and effect policy change -- with hard-hitting, well-reasoned policy analysis and advocacy campaigns that describe what needs to be done, rather than what is seen as politically feasible or politically correct.
Topics discussed include climate Change, food, water, the air we breathe, demonstration of the devastation going on with forests and oceans and more.
Friends of the Earth:
Suzanne Kelly, Ph.D is an independent scholar whose work spans the topics of the environment, feminism, sex, and death. For nearly a decade she has been researching, writing, talking, and teaching about green burial. Currently she serves as the committee chair of the town of Rhinebeck Cemetery in New York, where she led the effort to establish a green burial ground. Kelly writes and farms in her home the Hudson Valley.
Les Leopold is the co-founder and executive director of two nonprofit educational organizations: The Labor Institute and the Public Health Institute. He also helped to create the Blue-Green Alliance, and organization that merges labor unions with environmental concerns, such as the Sierra Club. Les’ articles appear in Alternet, Truthout and Huffington Post and Ralph Nader listed Les’s award-winning book, “The Man Who Hated Work and Loved Labor” on his recommended top 10 read list. His recent book “Runaway Inequality: An Activists Guide to Economic Justice” puts into clear perspective an integral view of understanding the many consequences of the growing inequality gap that has decimating Americans’ lives, the economy and the planet. His website is RunAwayInequality.org
Today Show: Living Foods
Guest Speaker: Gary Null, Ph.D http://blog.garynull.com
An internationally renowned expert in the field of health, nutrition and research, Dr. Gary Null, Ph.D is the author of over 70 best-selling books on healthy living and the director of over 100 critically acclaimed full-feature documentary films on natural health, self-empowerment and the environment. He is the host of ‘The Progressive Commentary Hour” and “The Gary Null Show”, the country’s longest running nationally syndicated health radio talk show which can be heard daily on here on the Progressive Radio Network.
Throughout his career, Gary Null has made hundreds of radio and television broadcasts throughout the country as an environmentalist, consumer advocate, investigative reporter and nutrition educator. More than 28 different Gary Null television specials have appeared on PBS stations throughout the nation, inspiring and motivating millions of viewers. He originated and completed more than one hundred major investigations on health issues resulting in the use of material by 20/20 and 60 Minutes. Dr. Null started this network to provide his followers with a media outlet for health and advocacy. For more of Dr. Null’s Work visit Blog.GaryNull.com and Progressive Radio Network at www.PRN.FM, Dr. Null has a full line of all-natural home and healthcare products that can be purchased at his Online Store at www.GaryNull.com
About 5% of children have difficulty receiving “normal” sensory inputs from the environment — sound, light, smell, clothing, food, movement — and respond in ways that are deemed inappropriate, like crying, screaming, covering their ears, or tuning out.
Maybe they’re challenged in school or social situations; at the restaurant, mall, or airport; even with clothing tags or automatic flush toilets in public restrooms, to name just a few. Not all children are hypersensitive over-responders, however. Some might be under-responders who might be quiet, with a flat affect and low arousalresponse.
These children might have a kind of “neurological traffic jam” going on. If the adults in a child’s life don’t understand what’s happening, the child can be labeled and medicated in a variety of heartbreaking ways. The next time you hear that a child that is difficult, clumsy, picky, anxious, oppositional, quirky, etc., it might be worth looking into something called Sensory Processing Disorder (SPD).
What is SPD? Is it sometimes misdiagnosed as ADHD?
How does SPD differ from Sensory integration dysfunction?
What do parents wish that the medical community better understood about SPD?
Is there a connection between colic/gastrointestinal symptoms and SPD?
What kind of treatments are helping children today and what’s on the horizon?
How are parents leading the way?