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On “The Gary Null Show” today Gary had a quick health and healing segment and then read a new original article as well as speak with Mr. Barry Lando. Click on the articles below to learn more.
On “The Gary Null Show” today, Gary gave the audience all this great information and hope everyone enjoys.
Standard Treatment for Prostate Cancer May Encourage Spread of Disease
7 foods that your prostate hates
Big belly boosts risk of later dementia
Cancer screening has never saved lives
Costly breast cancer screenings don’t add up to better outcomes
Cancer screening has never saved lives
Thimerosal: A vaccine ingredient’s toxic legacy
The more Vaccines an infant receives in its first year, The higher the mortality rate
Statistically significant correlations between vaccines and vaccines, infant Hospitalizations and deaths
Can Adderall abuse trigger temporary schizophrenia?
What’s in a cough? 20,000 viruses
Gary takes a music break and plays this track – The Doobie Brothers – Long train without love where would you be mow. Gary returns to play videos and then finished the show with a caller talking about Vaccines from Italy back in the 1900s.
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On “The Gary Null Show” today, Gary discussed these topics below and had Mr. Alan Phillips on as well. Please click on the titles to learn more about the topics Gary spoke on:
The more you run, the denser your bones will be
Watercress extract detoxifies carcinogens in smokers, clinical trial demonstrates
Eating dark chocolate as a daily snack could help boost athletic performance
Eating chocolate improves cognitive function, study finds
Regular exercise may boost prostate cancer survival
Gary takes a quick music break. Listen here to the track: Slave – Watching You
Most U.S. adults say today’s children have worse health than in past generations
Great willow herb as an antidote in therapies against multi-drug resistant bacteria
UK study supports cardiovascular safety of calcium and vitamin D supplementation
Lack of vitamin D ‘significantly speeds up the growth of breast cancer tumors and causes the disease to spread
Neurosurgeon issues public challenge to vaccine zealots: Inject yourselves with all shots you say children should get!
Trade officials promised Exxon that TTIP will erase environmental ‘obstacles’ worldwide
Common pesticides ‘can kill frogs within an hour’
Most Americans Pray for Healing; More than One Fourth Have Practiced ‘Laying on of Hands,’ Baylor University Study Finds
– Gary discusses a study he did and how the energy that was given to plants and food make each different and how respecting the power of prey is a good thing.
Quick break with music by Slave – Watching You again. Gary then returns with some commentary on why are we not challenging the people who are controlling the Unites States
Henry A. Giroux – Authoritarian Politics in the Age of Civic Illiteracy
Gary goes to break with the song of the day: Slave – Watching You. Gary returns with his guest, Alan Phillips. Here is his bio:
Alan Phillips is one of the few lawyers in America and nationally recognized expert practicing vaccine exemption and waiver law and individual and legal rights on vaccination policies. He advises families, individuals, attorneys and legislators across the US on vaccine policies, health rights and exemptions. He is an Advisory Board member of the World Association for Vaccine Education and is a co-founder of the North Carolina Citizens for Healthcare Freedom. Alan’s writings have appeared internationally in publications from India to Europe and the US. He is the author of the e-book – “The Authoritative Guide to Vaccine Legal Exemptions”, perhaps the most concise, in depth information on state and federal laws for those who wish to refuse vaccines. He also hosts the weekly radio show “The Vaccine Agenda”. For more information and to access a free copy of the vaccine guide, his website is Vaccine Rights.com
Prostate Cancer is growing by leaps and bounds in the United States and a number of other places worldwide. This disease effects men of ages, especially men over 40. Our guest is Peter Starr who has traveled the world and put together a DVD on his interviews with 56 major doctors and holistic practitioners that give their feedback, information and tips on overcoming this dis-ease and the related issues. He also discusses the important supportive role that women play in this process as a helper and care giver.
Peter talks about how he overcame prostate cancer and how he is continuing a healthy lifestyle and all the things he is doing to teach and get the word out on this disease.
Peter discusses conventional treatments vs. the new natural methods and the side effects of cancer treatment. Other related topics discussed include the essential steps of living a healthy lifestyle, having an active sex life, keeping a healthy diet and surrounding yourself with better people in life overall.
Peter Starr’s website: www.SurvivingProstateCancer.org
On today’s Gary Null Show, Gary discussed these topics and played these videos. Enjoy
Fresh fruit associated with lower risk of heart attack and stroke
Flavonoids, derived from traditional Chinese medicines, show roles in the differentiation of neurons
Selenium status and risk of prostate cancer in a Danish population
Ashwagandha, The rejuvenating antioxidant that calms the heart and mind and promotes wellness
Study shows broccoli may offer protection against liver cancer
Berry polyphenols may benefit learning and memory
Turmeric Extract Strikes To The Root Cause of Cancer
Dietary supplement used in the Netherlands help colorectal cancer patients with diagnosis
Researchers from South Korea recently confirmed that vitamin D helps with the brain and alzheimer’s
Engineering researcher finds chemical in soaps linked to antibiotic resistance
Monsanto’s evil twin: disturbing facts about the fertilizer industry
Are preservatives in food bad for your health?
Deadly Chemo-Drug Costs 4,000x More Than Gold
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Radical Politics in the Age of American Authoritarianism by Henry A. Giroux
Some of the most unique approaches for the prevention and healing of major diseases is the topic of this, one of our best shows ever. Our guest, Cindy Sellers, Master cleanser, author, speaker and health coach at Angel Farms in Hawaii, gave great information about Diabetes, Self Love, Gratitude, Inflammation, Carbohydrates, Happiness versus Stress, Breast Cancer and Prostate Cancer.
Gall Bladder problems, Diabetes and Cancer are at an all time epidemic and getting worse.
Through her work and studies Cindy found some unusual and surprising causes of young people developing Gall Bladder problems, women getting Breast Cancer and men developing enlarged Prostates and Prostate Cancer, and that happiness and self love can be major contributors to healing and are great tools for prevention. She also talked about anxiety and F.E.A.R. (Fantasy – Emotion – Appearing – Real) and that our bellies are our Fear center.
Other subjects discussed were alkaline water, Memory and the Brain, sleep, what to eat, supplements and she gave Ayurvedic “Sun Eye” exercises for improving eyesight.
Cindy is extremely dedicated and advised the listeners to go to her website at www.AngelFarms.com and look at her health tips.
What should men do if they are suffering with erectile dysfunction? Should men undergo routine testing for prostate cancer? What are normal levels of testosterone? Hear what Dr. Leonard Glickman, a New York City Urologist has to say about these issues and more. And how are Americans really doing in the bedroom? You may be surprised!
And finally, tune in and hear what we all need to do to put the sizzle in our sex lives.