Jon Gabriel has a Bachelor of Science in Economics from the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania. While there, he also pursued extensive coursework in biochemistry and performed research for the internationally recognized biochemist Dr. Jose Rabinowitz. In 1990 Jon started gaining weight for no apparent reason. He tried every diet and program he could to lose weight but in the end, he just kept gaining. The more he dieted, the more he gained. The situation became critical in mid 2001 when he became morbidly obese and reached a weight of over 400 pounds (182 kilos). On September 11, 2001 he was scheduled to fly from Newark to San Francisco and it was only by a fluke of fate that he was not on the United Airlines flight 93 that was hijacked by terrorists.
This event, as well as some equally life changing events that occurred in the weeks following 9/11 affected him deeply. He decided to apply all of his research skills and scientific background toward understanding and eliminating the real reasons he was fat. The result is arguably one of the most remarkable physical transformations of all time. Jon lost over 225 pounds without dieting and without surgery. Amazingly, his body shows almost no signs of ever being overweight at all – a fact that has astounded many professionals in the medical community.
Researcher of ancient mysteries, Frank Joseph Hoff, discussed the unusual work of Brazilian Prof. Arysio Santos on the true location of Atlantis. First hour guest, mind-body weight loss expert, Jon Gabriel, kicked off George Noory's Shape-Up America campaign with... More »
Three separate guests discussed various health & medical issues. Dr. Leonard Coldwell proclaimed that any type of cancer can be cured within 2 to 16 weeks. Ann Louise Gittleman, a weight loss/detox expert, said weight gain may be associated with toxins or chemicals in the... More »
Appearing in the second hour, researcher Christian Wilde discussed how stress is one of the main contributors to heart attacks. Then, Jon Gabriel, a graduate of the Wharton School, shared how he discovered a mind-body connection that helped him lose over 220 pounds. More »