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Episode 689 – Dr. D. Lindsey Berkson

Tuesday February 14th 2017 In this edition we join Dr. D. Lindsey Berkson. Dr.Berkson is an author of 19 books, and two more still to come. We discuss “knowing your gut” as being a key to improving your life, health, and your love life. She also warns us about what is in our food, and […]

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Jonathan V. Wright, M.D.

Dr. Wright’s Book of Nutritional Therapy: Real-Life Lessons in Medicine Without Drugs Presenting specific dietary advice about preventive health care, Wright explores the medical basis, the risks, and the benefits of nutritional therapy and provides a comprehensive national resource … Buy this Book

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Jonathan V. Wright, M.D.

Why Stomach Acid Is Good for You: Natural Relief from Heartburn, Indigestion, Reflux and GERD This groundbreaking book unleashes a brilliant new plan for permanently curing heartburn by relieving the root cause of the problem: low stomach acid. Buy this Book

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Jonathan V. Wright, M.D.

Your Stomach: What is Really Making You Miserable and What to Do About It (Praktikos Health Series) Most Americans suffer stomach problems. Many lead lives of utter misery. Whether you call it heartburn or acid reflux, this painful affliction is also associated with throat cancer. Shockingly, the problem may not be too much stomach acid, […]

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Jonathan V. Wright, M.D.

Treasury of Natural Cures The 24 chapters in this book are divided into ten parts: Cancer; Heart; Pain; Diabetes; Digestion; Immune System; Women’s Health; Men’s Health; Anti-Aging, Memory, Hearing and Vision; Essential Health Secrets. Buy this Book

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Tony Ghepardo

Ghepardo: Canary in the Coal Mine Tony Ghepardo buys sweet corn seed with no way of knowing it is a new type of seed. He buys five pounds, figuring that will be enough to make up for what the deer will likely eat. But curiously, they don’t touch it—neither do the birds or raccoons. But […]

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Ellen Brown

Natures Pharmacy Compares natural and conventional treatments for more than two hundred health conditions, assessing their relative effectiveness, side effects, and cost. Buy this Book

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Rick Simpson

Phoenix Tears: The Rick Simpson Story Phoenix Tears: The Rick Simpson Story Rick Simpson takes you on a journey that is likely to change your life and the way you look at the cannabis plant, your govt & big pharma. Relive one man’s journey of rediscovering the cannabis plant’s natural healing ability in cancer and […]

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Steven Sedlmayr

The Digestive Process and the Role of Water in Digestive Health Just how do we digest food, and what role does water play in digestion? This is a book that will describe the digestion process, from the mouth to the anus. It takes you into some of the basics of the chemical factory that our […]

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Dr. Janet Lintala

The Un-Prescription for Autism Each year, more than 50,000 U.S. families receive an autism diagnosis. On top of turmoil and worry, they share the same urgent question: What can we do to help our child? The answers parents find can be contradictory…even dangerous. The conventional approach (employed by too many pediatricians) is to medicate difficult […]

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Dr. Frieda Birnbaum

What Price Power: An In-Depth Study of the Professional Woman in a Relationship Today women have many options. Some choose to be home for their families and some choose careers. Women should be aware of the consequences on their emotional health. There has never been any research on what a Healthy Relationship will be like […]

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Andreas Bachmair

[ VACCINE FREE: 111 STORIES OF UNVACCINATED CHILDREN ] By Bachmair, Andreas Vaccine Free – 111 Stories of Unvaccinated Children is a moving testament to the power of the body to take care of itself and the trust that people put in that natural process. In this book, based on research with more than 15000 […]

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Why Elephants Rarely get Cancer

By: ScienceDaily.com Why elephants rarely get cancer is a mystery that has stumped scientists for decades. A study led by researchers at Huntsman Cancer Institute (HCI) at the University of Utah and Arizona State University, and including researchers from the Ringling Bros. Center for Elephant Conservation, may have found the answer. According to the results, […]

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End of Life Care: “We’re Reluctant to Talk About Death”

By: Spiegel.de SPIEGEL: Doctor Gawande, are you beginning to feel your age? Gawande: Without question. I had to switch bifocals this year. I was always near-sighted and now I’m also far-sighted. My 19-year old daughter has started beating me at word games because I just don’t process like I used to. While playing tennis, I […]

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United States Tracks Children to Push Gardasil Vaccine – Rest of the World Becoming Skeptical

By: HealthImpactNews.com The United States continues to carelessly move forward with the HPV vaccine Gardasil. Meanwhile, due to its endless damage, the shot is the center of criminal lawsuits in Spain, India, France, Japan and many other countries. In the UK, the HPV vaccination push has 8,228 official reports of side-effects, almost more than all […]

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What Old Age Is Really Like

By: NewYorker.com What does it feel like to be old? Not middle-aged, or late-middle-aged, but one of the members of the fastest-growing demographic: the “oldest old,” those aged eighty-five and above? This has been the question animating me for a couple of years, as I’ve tried to write a novel from the perspective of a […]

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Give and Take: The Ethics of Donating Breast Milk

By: MosaicScience.com Her milk was the only thing Jen Canvasser could give her babies. Born at 28 weeks, three months prematurely, Zachary and Micah weighed less than two pounds and were rushed to the neonatal intensive care unit (NICU). The boys were born so early that Canvasser’s milk hadn’t yet come in. Canvasser may have […]

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The New Faces of Coke

By: Medium.com Last week Coca-Cola disclosed its practice of paying researchers and health professionals millions of dollars. It spent $21.8 million to fund pro-industry research and $96.8 million on partnerships with health organizations, including $2.1 million directly paying health experts. I couldn’t stop wondering — What kind of health expert accepts Coca-Cola funding? Turns out that most […]

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