Author and researcher Christian Wilde reported on alternative approaches to treating heart disease. In the third hour, he was joined by holistic expert Gabriel Cousens, MD, and raw food authority David Wolfe.
Wilde noted that turmeric has been shown to have strong anti-inflammatory properties in the body, and the arteries in particular. A cardiac patient, Duane, appeared for a segment to tell of his miraculous recovery from severe heart damage. He participated in a trial at the Arizona Heart Institute, receiving a stem cell injection in his heart. After just a few days he began to feel better, and it was later observed that the damaged areas of his heart had been replaced by healthy cells.
Cousens discussed the epidemic of diabetes in America, and reported that a "live food" diet can successfully treat the disease. Uncooked foods have a higher level of phytonutrients and stimulate anti-aging and anti-diabetes genes, while lowering blood pressure, he explained. Wolfe shared the latest news about super foods such as Goji berries, blue-green algae, and Cacao (the plant used to make chocolate). Eating less food can give a person more energy, he said, but that's why it's important to use super foods to pack in the heavy nutrition.
Alex Jones Update
First hour guest, radio host Alex Jones shared an update on current events. Bruce Ivens, the anthrax suspect who committed suicide may have actually been murdered in a cover-up, he said. Jones also commented on gun confiscation and random searches in the United States, as well as a possible attack on Iran in October.