"David Murphy of Food Democracy Now interviews Dr. Don Huber, Professor Emeritus of Plant Pathology, Purdue University on discovery of new organism and crop disease, livestock infertility and threats to U.S. food and agriculture."
Dr. Bruce Fife explains how coconut oil digests easier than other fats and oils without much strain on the body. The oil can also benefit those with Chron's disease, Colitis, and irritable bowl syndrome.
Dr. Alexander Schauss discusses the intriguing role that L-Arginine may be able to play in fighting the ravages of aging.
Who says you can't teach an old cat dog tricks? Certainly not Kizzy the Bengal cat or his mom Linda.
Dr. Maggie Peterson talks about how your body reacts to stress and how that stress affects different parts of your body. She explains how most of today’s so called health “epidemics”…ranging from heart disease to diabetes…can be directly tied to our body’s natural response to stress.
Ever wonder what a chiropractic adjustment is like? Here Dr. Echols helps a pregnant patient with some dizziness issues she’s been having by making an adjustment to vertebrae in her upper spine.
Dr. Hal Huggins talks about the research he's done into root canals and how they might be one of the biggest hidden causes for disease and illness. He explains how a root canal is performed and how that process is inherently flawed and can cause a harbor for bacteria that spread to the bone.
Former pharmaceutical sales rep. Gwen Olsen talks about the health dangers of Aspartame and shares the shocking story about how the FDA finally approved the artificial sweetener after sixteen years of denials based on a mountain of negative clinical data.
Ah, the power of music.
It’s said that it can soothe the savage beast. And while I’m not at all sure that a beluga whale even classifies as a savage beast…especially a sweet-natured fella like this one…one thing IS certainly clear from this video, and that’s that this beast…savage or not…is a music lover.
Dr. Alexander Schauss discusses the amino acid L-Arginine… commonly referred to as “the miracle molecule”… and its many roles in the body from an aid in sexual functioning for both men and women to its being a key player in cognitive function and memory.