In the first half, registered pharmacist, nutritionist and cosmetic chemist, Ben Fuchs shared alternative health concepts, and offered tips on supplements and healthy changes to one's diet and lifestyle. For those already on pharmacological medications, it's even more critical to supplement with various nutrients, he suggested, such as vitamin C-- "one of the most powerful detoxifying supplements on the planet," as well as vitamin E, and selenium. Diabetes is an American epidemic, he continued, but what's missed about it is that it begins in the digestive system, and that's why fasting and reducing caloric intake can be powerful methods that help calm and restore the body.
The idea that there is one specific nutrient for every disease state is somewhat misleading, said Fuchs, who added that "nutrients are like positions on a baseball team. No matter how good your team is...if you don't have a third baseman, you've got a hole." He also talked about why he believes cholesterol is the "most important molecule in your body" and that when people get high LDL numbers, it's a measure of lipoprotein not cholesterol, and indicates someone is under a lot of stress, and eating too much sugar.
In the latter half, psychic criminal profiler Robbie Thomas discussed how he's used his psychic ability to help law enforcement and families get justice and solve mysteries related to heinous crimes, including finding kidnapping victims alive, and even saving a patient who was about to be taken off life support. One of his first cases with law enforcement involved them questioning him about a missing producer on a TV show whom they suspected was dead. Thomas correctly intuited that the producer was still alive, though in a different state, and was just upset (he had been turned down for a promotion).
Sometimes he gets visions or premonitions, like when he saw an 8-year-old girl placed into a treeline area near a Mennonite village. Two days later, a girl that matched his vision did go missing, but he didn't have enough specific information to warn anyone before it happened. He did share his sketches with law enforcement, and she was found dead in an area similar to what he described. In the case of the patient who was thought to be brain dead, his wife sought out Thomas' help, and he visited the man in the hospital just before they were going to pull the plug. He heard the voice of the man tell him that he'd been given the wrong medicine which was causing his brain to swell. This turned out to be true, and thanks to Robbie's help, he eventually recovered.