Sugar – The good, the bad, and the ugly.
On “The Gary Null Show” today, these great topics are covered and Gary talks to a great guest, Charles Glass. Listen and read please.
Primary prevention of colorectal cancer
Exercise: Future anticancer therapy?
Poverty marks a gene, predicting depression
Bright light during meals affects metabolism, lowers effect of insulin
Gary takes a quick music break for this jam: Teddy Pendergrass – I Don’t Love You Anymore
What happens when water for 30 million people disappears?
Gary then goes to his wonderful guest Charles Glass. Here is his bio:
Charles Glass is an American-British journalist and broadcaster who is highly respected internationally for his investigative reporting from the Middle East. For a decade starting in 1983, he was ABC’s chief Middle East correspondent and worked with CNN and ABC as well. His articles appear in the Guardian, Time, The Telegraph, Harpers Newsweek and other publications. in 1987, while reporting from Lebanon Charles was kidnapped and held hostage by Shi’a militants for over 2 months. He broke the story of Saddam Hussain possessing biological weapons a year later. His covert reporting in East Timor in 1992 resulted in the US Senate suspending military aid to Indonesia. And he has reported from Lebanon, Syria, and Iraq on many occasions. Charles is the author of seven books, his most recent being a very concise history and background into the Syrian crisis entitled “Syria Burning: A Short History of a Catastrophe.” His website is CharlesGlass.net
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Gary takes calls about people who try to give the American people information the Government doesn’t want you to know.
The following contains the second half of that long column, slightly updated. Myth # 1: “The FDA (US Food and Drug Administration) tests all new psychiatric drugs” False. Myth # 2: “FDA approval means that a psychotropic drug is effective long-term” False. Myth # 3: “FDA approval means that a psychotropic drug is safe long-term” Read More
Thoughtcatalog.com says, “Happiness is fleeting. It’s that line on the heart monitor that ascends to the highest peak but falls just as easily, if not sooner. It’s that spike in your blood sugar level after an unlawful amount of chocolate. It’s the deluded caffeine high after one too many cups of black coffee. It’s transitory and it’s short-lived.”
Is it true? No, not necessarily. Actually, happiness is the most normal, healthy state a human being can live in, and it can be a permanent experience. This week on LOA Today, we look at scientific studies being done today that move us closer to the conclusion that happiness can and should be our normal experience, as well as telling us what it will take for us to get there.
Ginger has been studied to have value in over 150 health conditions with type 2 diabetes top on the list. With anti-diabetic drugs linked to increased cardiovascular mortality, natural alternatives are needed now more than ever. While ginger is widely used as a spice today, its role as a healing agent is often overlooked in modern society despite its thousands …