In the first half, Dr. Joel Wallach shared the benefits of remedies and supplements that aid in the body's recovery from many diseases and ailments. "The human body is built to repair itself, maintain itself," but it needs the right raw materials to do that, he said. Many diseases affecting the brain which doctors classify as being caused by or related to genetics are just simple degenerative conditions, "and it's easy to, in fact, reverse them or prevent them," he remarked. Wallach cited Alzheimer's as an example of this. He believes it's caused by a cholesterol deficiency, and contrary to what most doctors would recommend, he suggested Alzheimer's patients eat 6-12 eggs a day, and a stick of butter.
A lot of health problems are due to gluten in the diet, he stated. "If you get gluten free, your intestines will heal, your absorption rate [of nutrients] goes up," and long term conditions like asthma will be alleviated, he continued. Wallach also talked about CriticalHealthNews' special line of supplements for pets that are designed to support optimal health as well as assist with different conditions such as arthritis.
In the latter half, cryptozoologist Ken Gerhard (pictured above), who has traveled around the world searching for evidence of mysterious animals, discussed a wide variety of creatures including Bigfoot, the Loch Ness Monster, chupacabras, flying creatures, werewolves, lizard men, giant spiders, the Minnesota Iceman, and the Texas T. rex. The Minnesota Iceman, a hairy Bigfoot-like creature frozen in a block of ice, was displayed in a glass coffin in carnivals and state fairs back in the 1960s and 70s. In 2013, it was purchased by Steve Busti, the owner of the Museum of the Weird in Austin, TX. It's possible that at some point the original Iceman was swapped out with a latex dummy, as at one time the FBI was investigating the body, Gerhard noted.
With sightings of Thunderbirds, witness testimony has been consistent in describing them as about 5 ft. tall with a wingspan of 15 to 20 feet across, he reported. Yet some say they have colored feathers like an eagle or raptor, while other witnesses said they were more prehistoric-looking, with leathery wings rather than feathers. Dinosaur-like reptiles have recently been reported in southern Texas, about 3-5 ft. tall, and running on their hind legs, with a powerful tail, earning them the nickname of the 'Texas T. rex.' Some entities such as mermaids, Mothman, and flying humanoids may be spectral manifestations or other-dimensional rather than the flesh and blood of creatures such as Bigfoot, he commented.
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