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Dr. Hildy® Welcomes Author, Researcher
~~ Ty Bollinger ~~
CANCER: STEP OUTSIDE THE BOX
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HOUR 1 – Cancer – Step Outside The Box, Ty Bollinger
HOUR 2 – Cancer – Step Outside The Box, Ty Bollinger
Modern medicine has made available many marvels that can only be measured as minute miracles. From penicillin to the discovery of the Polio vaccine, we have, in the last century, conquered illnesses that have plagued us for centuries. As technology grows exponentially, so has the ability to save lives. But as terrible as some of these diseases are, are some of their modern treatments as bad as the afflictions themselves?
This week on One Cell One Light® Radio, Dr. Hildy® welcomes Ty Bollinger,
author of Cancer: Step Outside the Box, to discuss methods of fighting cancer that don’t rely on potentially toxic radiation and chemical treatments.
After losing several family members to cancer (including his mother and father), Ty refused to accept the notion that chemotherapy, radiation, and surgery were the most effective treatments available for cancer patients. He began a quest to learn all he possibly could about alternative cancer treatments and the medical industry. What he uncovered was shocking: what he feels is ample evidence to support the allegation that the “war on cancer” is largely a fraud and that multinational pharmaceutical companies are “running the show.”
In 2006, after almost a decade of cancer research, he published Cancer: Step Outside the Box which has become a best-seller with over 100,000 copies sold. In Read the rest of this entry
Have you ever eaten a daylily right out of your garden?
“They kind of taste like buttered lettuce,” says Aaron Steil, Reiman Gardens’ Education Coordinator at the Iowa State University’s 14-acre Reiman Gardens located in Ames, 35 miles north of Des Moines, Iowa. “With roses, pansies, even lilacs, people grow them because they are pretty,” he says.
But what many people do not realize is that they have a dual purpose — they are edible. They can brighten up just about any meal and create new taste sensations. “They kind of make a meal look fancy,” says Steil, a horticulturist, who has satisfied his curiosity by partaking of edible flowers. “Most people are very curious but a little reluctant to try them.” Read the rest of this entry