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DR. JOEL FUHRMAN would like to welcome you to the future now of natural healing. His book, Eat for Life,  takes a fresh new look at the nutritarian lifestyle; how it works, why it works, and proof of its effect in action. Your health is in your hands.

https://shop.drfuhrman.com/

Polycystic ovary syndrome is one of many metabolic problems that many suffer from today. And, many of those problemss lead back to a common insulin resistance. PCOS may not interest you but the information we receive from NADIA PATEGUANA and her book, The PCOS Plan, is relevant to all.

https://www.doctornadia.com/

Polycystic ovary syndrome is one of many metabolic problems that many suffer from today. And, many of those problemss lead back to a common insulin resistance. PCOS may not interest you but the information we receive from NADIA PATEGUANA and her book, The PCOS Plan, is relevant to all.

https://www.doctornadia.com/

february 2020 guests:

Nuffield Scholar, RYAN BOYD is a third generation family farmer from the South Glanton Farm in Manatoba Canada. Ryan is implementing regenerative agricultural practices to improve the soil and water resources. As they diversify with cover crops and livestock the carbon is staying where we like it, in the soil!. http://www.southglantonfarms.com/

Gerry Gillespie has been talking trash for over 25 years; that missing piece in the climate change conversation. His recent Acres USA published book, The Waste Between Our Ears, outlines the progress and possibilities of recycling in our communities and regenerating our soils. https://www.gerrygillespie.net/

My gardening partner, Lindalu Meadows, rounds out our February podcast talkin’ story – it’s too early to plant, so we’ve got time to sit a bit…

Recent research on water and hydration compelled practicing, integrative physician, DR. DANA COHEN, to write Quench, with anthropologist, Gina Bria. Hydration can be a complex topic but recognizing plant potential for hydrating is a great place to jump in.

A 2 part interview with Gerald Pollack, mentioned in Quench, can be found in our archives…

STEPHANIE SENEFF is a senior research scientist at Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Her world leading research of glyphosate is opening many eyes and her tireless work is leading the way toward prohibition. She packs the 1/2 hour with information that will serve us all….

In an era that increasingly demands human perfection—whether one is posting to social media, parenting, or launching a business—Scatterbrain, written by neuroscientist HENNING BECK, takes an opposite approach, showing how the brain’s flaws help us create, innovate, and succeed.

Calcium Montmorillonite is living clay, consisting principally of minerals that enhance the production of enzymes in all living organisms.  RAY KONG has researched the many health benefits of edible clay for over 30 years. Scientific research concurs and they’ve taken it to the moon! REALLY!

Our original interview with Ray was in 2014 and I thought it was time to bring him back to share this still current and perhaps more important information today.

Treating disease aggressively with nutrition is 1 of the steps taken by DR. LINDA lSAACS in her very successful medical practice in Austin, Texas. She worked alongside Dr. Nicholas Gonzalez for 20 plus years and their expertise in treating serious health diseases/concerns stands out where many treatments fail.

https://www.drlindai.com/

BOB QUINN is the friend you want to have. He’s a farmer who epitomizes the creativity, smarts and community spirit we need in a time of restorative thinking and doing.

Bob and Liz Carlisle wrote Grain By Grain about his life which moved from a chemistry lab to becoming not only a strong proponent of organic farming  but an extremely successful business man. How do you convince your fellow farmers you are having success growing organically? Do what Bob did, buy a brand new tractor!!

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