In the first half, Dr. Joel Wallach addressed alternative health approaches, and the benefits of remedies and supplements that aid in the body's recovery from many diseases and ailments. Regarding Parkinson's, the brain has a great power to heal itself, he said, and cited the recovery of a wheelchair-bound Canadian billionaire, who followed several of Wallach's protocols, including eating a large number of eggs per day. "We have the capacity to maintain and repair ourselves," he declared, but we have to avoid the bad stuff (gluten, oils, fried foods, and processed meats), and supplement with nutrients that prevent and reverse conditions like arthritis, diabetes, and heart disease.
Osteoporosis is often the source of dental problems, and it's important to take supplements that support skin and bone tissues, he outlined. Supplements also help in getting nutrients that fuel energy in your cells, he added. Wallach noted that people can do self-diagnostic tests, such as test strips for your blood sugar and urine, as well take your own blood pressure, pulse, and weigh yourself.
In the latter half, lecturer on new technologies, health and earth science related issues, Dr. Nick Begich, discussed what the government has discovered about the power of the mind and the various ways to harness and exploit these discoveries via mind control techniques. He also touched on what used to be known as ESP, but is now referred to as anomalous human potential, which he believes could be the next evolutionary leap. Interestingly, he suggested that classified mind control experiments actually revealed that people have an underlying psychic capability or mental powers, and this alarmed the government/military.
Begich contends that the government doesn't want these skills to evolve, and keeps the general population under a constant state of agitation and turmoil, which discourages the brain from higher level frequencies. Watching television puts people in a light trance state, which places them in a state of suggestibility and stress, he added. Begich expressed concern over newer technologies being developed by the military that alter human consciousness, such as wiping out memories for those with PTSD, or even implanting entirely new memories. This violates the essence of who we are, he remarked.