Mickey’s guest for the hour is the academic, and prolific author, Henry Giroux of McMaster University in Canada. They discuss some of the consequences of neoliberalism and authoritarianism for the US, and how US political culture deteriorated to a level that allowed Trump to be elected. Download this episode (right click and save)
There are a number of things you can resolve to do in order to turn back your biological clock and live longer, whether you’re in your 20s or 30s, all the way to your 60s, 70s, and beyond. In fact, research has shown it’s never too late to start healthy habits. But what about the things you might stop doing—in …
The Gary Null Show features some of the best news in health and healing today. Gary Null covers the topics of omega 3 fatty acids, new news on calcium and much more. Gary also gives an extended commentary on international affairs and corporate america. Today is a special episode as Gary offers his audience an amazing listeners a great offer on his products.
Back in the 1960s, a sugar industry executive wrote fat checks to a group of Harvard researchers so that they’d downplay the links between sugar and heart disease in a prominent medical journal—and the researchers did it, according to historical documents reported Monday in the journal JAMA Internal Medicine. One of those Harvard researchers went on to become the head of nutrition at …
On “The Gary Null Show” today, Gary discusses these many topics and gives his great commentary on this and more. Enjoy.
Could a beetroot a day keep the doctor at bay?
Admiring great art ‘is good for your health’
High blood pressure linked to vascular dementia
Caraway extract shows slimming potential for women
Higher adolescent intake of saturated fat linked to higher dense breast volume in early adulthood
Common artificial sweetener poisonous to dogs, FDA Warns
10 incredible health benefits of eating tamarind
Gary takes a quick music break and plays: Soulful Strut by Young-Holt Unlimited. Gary then speaks about this Sunday, May 22 and his return to the Natural Living Running & Walking Club at 9AM. Don’t forget on Saturday, May 21, join the “March Against Monsato.”
Rushville teen facing felony charges over prank
Plastic pellet incident at Va. school ends in expulsion, assault charges
Two-inch LEGO gun gets 4th-grader in trouble
It’s a fork, It’s a spoon, It’s a … weapon?
VIDEO: Gene editing can now change an entire species — forever
Scientists are trying to use CRISPR to fix everything. What’s wrong with that?
Up to 90,000 evacuated from Fort McMurray; some ordered to move again as fire spreads
Gary takes a call and then goes to a quick music break: Earth, Wind & Fire – Let’s Groove
VIDEO: This is how much power corporations have over you
When we eat a meal, we take for granted that we should feel full afterwards. But eating a diet high in sugar and fat makes it harder for our body to tell if we are full or not. The typical diet in Western societies consists of highly processed, highly palatable foods, with lots of saturated fat and refined sugar. Examples …
Americans should eat more fruits, vegetables, and whole grains, while cutting back on added sugars, sodium, and saturated fat, according to new dietary guidelines published by the federal government Thursday. The guidelines, which influence school lunch menus and federal nutrition policy, also recommend eating more seafood in place of other proteins like meat, poultry, and eggs. Our poor nutrition has contributed to a generations-long national weight …
“Statin Nation II: What Really Causes Heart Disease?” is the sequel to the documentary “Statin Nation: The Great Cholesterol Cover-up .” However, it stands well on its own, even if you didn’t see the original film. For many decades, the idea that saturated fats caused heart disease reigned supreme, and diets shifted sharply away from saturated animal fats such as butter …
Pretty much every branch of the US government has had trouble implementing President Obama’s flagship scientific integrity policy. In 2011, the US Department of the Interior (DOI) appointed the scientist Dr. Paul Houser to be its first ever Officer of Scientific Integrity. Within a year he was fired. Believing his dismissal was for drawing attention to a scientifically questionable Department policy, …
Our national government’s attempts at issuing dietary guidelines are usually inappropriate and ludicrous. Unfortunately, those guidelines dictate what the average certified dietitian offers as sound dietary advice. If you’ve ever had to eat hospital food, you were the recipient of a dietitian’s control over the hospital’s kitchen. Today there are virtual food fights over different dietary approaches. It seems the …
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