Monthly Archives: August 2011
When most people think of genetics, it’s usually only in the most recent sense – what traits were passed down from parents and grandparents. What most people don’t realize is that there are remnants of ancient civilizations residing in all of us. Traits as varied as your bone structure to particular food sensitivities may be caused by thousands of years of genetic pre-determination. Read the rest of this entry
Guest: Dennis Scheller
Diabetes cleared up in 30 days? Deadly MRSA infection gone in less than a week? Sound preposterous? Not necessarily. These are solid claims made about AgariGold by Waiora, which features a patented hybrid mushroom, the H1X1, so valuable that its DNA is stored in underground vaults in the U.S. and Europe.
The original Agaricus Blazei mushroom from the rain forest in Brazil near Sao Paolo allowed the Piedade natives to live past 100. They named it “the mushroom of life.”
“The Japanese originally discovered this in the early ’70′s doing research,” said health proponent and personal trainer Dennis Scheller who has been taking it for several years. Read the rest of this entry
Guest: Rey Koo, Owner, Raw Cane SuperJuice
Both Rey Koo and her business partner, Robby Whitelaw, had a sweet tooth,way in the past, but sugar cane cured that, as surprising as that may sound. The trick is, they now consume the fresh pressed juice of the sugar cane. It is loaded with vitamins, amino acids, chlorophyll and minerals.
“I lost my heavy craving for sugar,”says Whitelaw, who enumerates some of the store’s business customers, such as coffee accounts, a tea house in the South Bay area, pastry chefs and in manufacturing – even though it’s not widely used as a sweetner.
And, here is the best part: It’s alkaline and low glycemic with less sugar than you’ll find in apples, pears, grapes, dates or honey. Read the rest of this entry
Guest: Dr. Joseph P. Farrell, Author of Genes, Giants, Monsters and Men
Dr. Joseph P. Farrell digs deep … deep into millenniums past and controversial ancient texts and deep into the planetary system. He’s a scholar for sure, a forensic one at that — one who writes three books at a time, all done in a pre-arranged sequence.
His audience is made up of astute, probing individuals; they are ones who don’t believe the stuff they are spoon fed on the news – “Mostly people that kind of realize there may be more to human history than the standard disciples history and biology will allow,” says Farrell who received a Doctor of Philosophy from the University of Oxford. Read the rest of this entry