Archive for October 2020

S5 Ep 42 Fish Oil for Dummies Part 2

Dr. Peskin returns after technical problems on my end to discuss the dangers of fish oils Part 2 and the importance of oxygen. I do apologize for last week and thank Professor Peskin for his professionalism.

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Smart Chat #4

News about COVID from CDC, WHO and others that is not being heard on MSM

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S5 Ep41 Professor Peskin and Fish Oil for Dummies

Prof. Brian Peskin is a world-leading scientist specializing in parent EFAs — termed PEOs — and their direct relationship to cardiovascular disease, cancer, and wound care (both traumatic and chronic)

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Super Chat

Ask questions and hear some positive views on today's' happenings and the pandemic or casedemic.

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S5 Ep 40 How toxic chemicals contribute to illnesses

How toxic chemicals contribute to deaths: Frederick vom Saal, Aly Cohen

Chronic diseases, many linked to chemical exposures, are worsening the pandemic sweeping the U.S.


Most people living in the U.S. are suffering from one or more chronic diseases that the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has identified as putting people at increased risk of dying from COVID-19.

These chronic diseases include obesity, diabetes, liver, kidney and cardiovascular disease (together called metabolic disease), respiratory diseases including asthma, allergy, emphysema, and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), as well as autoimmune diseases, such as rheumatoid arthritis, multiple sclerosis, Crohn's disease, and lupus.

­­­All of these diseases involve disruption of normal immune system function, resulting in inflammation. Chronic inflammation primes the body to react with a heightened response to immune system insults, such as COVID-19 infection.

In the U.S., these chronic diseases have been steadily increasing over the past 50 years, associated with the dramatic increase in chemical production for use in plastics, construction materials, pesticides, personal care products, furniture, cookware, food packaging, textiles, and many other products that are steadily infiltrating every aspect of human life.

Researchers are finding that a disturbing number of these chemicals are categorized as endocrine disrupting chemicals (EDCs) that can interfere with the normal functioning of hormones involved in cell communication, including regulating immune responses and inflammation. We are exposed to such chemicals through a myriad of common consumer products, emissions into outdoor and indoor air, in drinking water, and in processed food and food packaging.

Despite clear evidence that chronic diseases have been steadily increasing in the U.S. and that endocrine disrupting chemicals impact these disease trends, regulatory agencies—including the Food and Drug Administration and Environmental Protection Agency—have refused to acknowledge the dangers posed by continuous exposure of the U.S. population to a large number of these chemicals.



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Smart Chat COVID

Talking about COVID and news that you are not receiving from MSM. Chat with me. Thanks

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Ross Pelton is a pharmacist, nutritionist, author and a health educator who is widely recognized as the world’s leading authority on drug-induced nutrient depletions. He was named one of the top 50 most influential pharmacists in the United States by American Druggist magazine for his work in Natural Medicine.

A significant part of Ross’ career over the past 20 years has been devoted to speaking, writing, and conducting seminars on a variety of health-related topics. He also teaches continuing education programs for physicians, pharmacists, chiropractors, nurses, dieticians, etc. He loves the opportunity to teach other health care professionals how to utilize and integrate natural medicine into their practices.

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Carrie Rowan, International Best Selling Author on Amazon in New Releases will give my listeners some quick tips that they can put into practice and help them to start to feel a little better every day.

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