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Date: Thursday - November 1, 2012
Host: George Noory
Guests: Ty Bollinger, Dr. Michael Farley, Bev Harris

Author and health freedom advocate, Ty Bollinger, joined by naturopathic doctor, Michael Farley in the third hour, discussed their recently published book, "Work With Your Doctor To Diagnose and Cure 27 Ailments With Natural and Safe Methods," as well as the dangers of GMO foods, and vaccinations. The United States has a high rate of infant mortality, and Bollinger believes this is due to fatal reactions from vaccines. "The USA has more childhood vaccines than any other country in the developed world, and we have the highest number of deaths per thousand births," he cited. The long term effects of genetically modified foods have not been extensively looked at, but one recent study found that rats fed GMO corn developed cancerous tumors, 70% of the females died prematurely, and all of them suffered organ damage, he reported.

Bollinger also detailed a case of a woman with a MRSA infection who said she successfully treated herself by consuming Manuka honey, which has antibacterial properties. Dr. Farley spoke about the importance of the digestive system with its beneficial bacteria, in maintaining overall wellness and a healthy immune system. Regarding diabetes, a calorie restricted diet over the course of 30 days has been successful in reversing the condition, and the supplements of Vitamins C, A, & B, CoQ10 and cinnamon are helpful, Bollinger stated.

Farley also stressed the necessity for cholesterol in the body, which is a needed precursor for hormones, and a primary part of cell walls. Cholesterol is not the cause of heart disease, he continued, but serves to plug leaky arteries or lesions in the arteries. It's actually sugars (from white bread, sweets etc.) in the form of insulin that causes the lesions in the arterial wall, but cholesterol gets the blame, he explained. Addressing the problem of low cholesterol, Farley suggested it's related to bile not secreting properly, and can be remedied by a tablespoon of olive oil, and tablespoon of lemon juice 3x a day.

Voting System Issues

First hour guest, researcher Bev Harris shared updates on voting system issues in the United States. It's possible that voting machine technicians/programmers could alter election results, and election officials would have no way to monitor this, she noted. She also lamented that the state of Colorado had recently passed legislation that all their election records would be made off-limits to media and watchdog groups for a period of 45 days following the election.

News segment guests: Lauren Weinstein, Jerome Corsi

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