Not long ago, I sat down to a meal with a group of friends. Everyone at the table had before them a plate of healthy vegan food – generously provided by the robust buffet at the side of the room. Before I had a chance to take my first bite, one of the people at our table tore into their …
On “The Gary Null Show” today, Gary discussed these topics and gave his commentary on them. Click on the links to learn more and watch the videos to see what Gary was teaching you:
Sugar can cause brain damage, claim scientists (but salmon reverses it)
Fish oil, cocoa & plant sterols: The winning combination against heart disease?
Experimental Therapy Found to Wipe out Liver Cancer Cells
How Does Wine Help Your Gut Health?
Rosemary aroma can help older adults to remember to do things
Clean water crisis threatens US
The End of the American Empire
Gary went to break and played this classic: Martha Reeves & the Vandellas – Jimmy Mack. Gary then introduced these video
VIDEO: Math teacher raises concerns about WiFi comparing the effects to a concussion
VIDEO: The 9/11 video that was aired once and never aired again
VIDEO: Engineer Tells The Truth About 9/11
In episode 94 David interviews James Fergusson, the author of the 2007 book, “The Vitamin Murders”. The book covers the authors own concerns about contamination in his own family’s food, and Jack Drummond, who designed the British food rationing system during World War II. Some people think the restricted calorie intake, especially sugar, made this the healthiest time for the average Brit. After WW II, however, Jack Drummond, his wife, and their daughter, were murdered brutally and bloodily in the south of France, while ostensibly on holiday. But were they on holiday or on a secret mission? James Fergusson’s website is: http://www.jamesfergusson.info
After the interview, David reports on a $100 million advertising campaign for Gilead’s expensive new Hepatitis C drug, Harvoni (http://www.statnews.com/2016/03/08/harvoni-hepatitisc-ads) and a recent podcast with a man who survived Hepatitis C drugs but, when they didn’t cure his cirrhosis, worked out a natural protocol that did allow his liver to recover, to the surprise of his doctor (http://www.howpositiveareyou.com/2016/02/05/hpay-107-alistair_mackinnon).
Just add a handful of almonds: a University of Florida study suggests that improving one’s diet can be as simple as that. Researchers studied the effect that the addition of almonds can have on a person’s diet quality, based on data collected from 28 parent-child pairs living in North Central Florida. The parents were instructed to eat 1.5 ounces of …
Added sugar can have terrible effects  on your metabolism and overall health. For this reason, many people turn to artificial sweeteners  like sucralose (Splenda). However, while authorities claim that sucralose is safe to eat, some studies have linked it to health problems. This article takes an objective look at sucralose and its health effects, both good and bad. …
What Has Caused More Deaths Than All Wars In The Last 40 Years, Combined? Gary Null, PhD Progressive Radio Network, July 10, 2015 There is an unseen culprit hiding in the shadows, killing at least 180,000 people annually. It is a toxic poison contained in many of the foods and beverages that we commonly eat. A toxin that has been …
ugar is in the news a lot these day and it’s clear that the consumption of sugar is one of the biggest global health concerns today. What most don’t understand, however, is how a diet full of sugar and carbohydrates can be linked to severe, life-threatening diseases such as heart disease, Alzheimer’s, MS, and cancer. Dr. Jacoby’s goal is to …
Parkinson’s – how it begins in the gut of many people. Common diet of fat and sugar may lead to bacteria changes result in the loss of cognitive function. Dried pomegranate’s positive benefits for the body. Mediterranean diet can reduce memory loss. Plus, a look at Obama’s secret TPP scheme will criminalize saving seeds. And more!
From the environmental segment: an exploration of why the UN climate talks have wasted years. So you thought it was big tobacco that was the master manipulator? What about big sugar? A look at the sugar industry setting precedent for coverups.
Also, Louise Habakus on a fight in the NJ assembly and senate regarding vaccines. And much more.