During the first half, Dr. Joel Wallach discussed alternative health approaches, and the benefits of remedies and supplements that aid in the body's recovery from many diseases and ailments. He began with his philosophy that you should treat your body like you would your car, and engage in "preventative maintenance." Wallach claims that massive doses of cholesterol can alleviate the symptoms of Parkinson’s, MS and ALS. He believes the secret is to eat at least "10-12 eggs per day per 100 pounds of body weight." Wallach also pointed to recent studies which indicate that Sudden Infant Death Syndrome and Cystic Fibrosis can be treated with selenium supplements.
Eric, a police officer from Connecticut called in to share his problem with high blood pressure. Wallach suggested he eliminate sugar, gluten, processed foods and meat, and stick to steamed vegetables, cooked fresh meats and a mixture of supplements from his company. John in St. Louis was worried about a disease in his family that causes calcium deposits on the brain. Wallach said that, contrary to current medical opinion, the problem is not genetic and can be treated by eliminating gluten from the diet, among other changes. Sheera in California asked how much of the anti-inflammatory spice turmeric is safe to take, and Wallach suggested that a good amount would be between 250-500 milligrams per day. Those who wish to join the CriticalHealthNews.Com business team are encouraged to write to email@example.com or call 855 949-7234.
Uri Geller is the world's most investigated and celebrated paranormalist. He is known around the globe for his mind bending psychic powers and has led a very unique life shrouded in debate, controversy and mystery. In the second half, he joined George to talk about his life and his work for many clients and governmental agencies around the world. He recalled how, in 1970, legendary scientist Dr. Andrija Puharich was sent to Israel to test his abilities, which he declared as genuine. This led to a request to be tested in the United States by scientists working for the CIA, although Geller did not know this at the time. Recently released documents reveal the extent of the official interest in psychic functioning during that period. Geller believes that the agency wanted to weaponize his abilities.
Of his detractors, such as James Randi, Geller said that if they didn’t exist, he "would have had to invent one." He believes that skeptics and others who tried to bring him down only helped his cause by making him more controversial and famous. Geller also related that late astronaut Ed Mitchell took him to NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center to meet a famous individual who said he would be convinced of the psychic’s abilities if he could bend his wedding ring. The man was former Nazi scientist Wehner Von Braun and Geller says he did in fact bend the thick metal. Just before the last break, Geller tried a live experiment where he asked the listeners to bring in their broken watches and other appliances to see if he could help get them working again. Throughout the program, Geller emphasized that psychic abilities and developing them are far less important than cultivating a positive state of mind, which he called an "attitude of gratitude."