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Roland Thomas

Special Guest

Biography:

Roland Thomas is President and founder of BioAge and editor of its monthly nutrition and health BioNews eNewsletter. Roland has been a holistic health enthusiast since his first exposure to yoga and vegetarianism at the age of 13. Thomas has since studied self healing medicines like nutrition and fasting, running, yoga, Qi Gong and meditation. He is a science graduate from the University of Montreal, and obtained a Doctorate in Natural Health from the Trinity College of Natural Health. Thomas lectures on natural health throughout Canada and the USA. His most recent book is Awakening the Genius Within – chronicling the work of Dr. Kiriac who has seen amazing effects on people’s health using algae.

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Past Shows:

New Testament Forgeries

Author Bart Ehrman argued that many books of the New Testament are forgeries written by people other than the ones to whom they are explicitly attributed. In the first hour, president of BioAge, Roland Thomas, talked about the healing properties of algae. ... More »

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