In the first half, Dr. Joel Wallach shared alternative health approaches and the benefits of remedies and supplements that aid in the body's recovery from many diseases and ailments. Regarding COVID-19, he noted how younger people seem to fend off the virus readily, but those 60+ with pre-existing conditions are much more vulnerable. His explanation for this is that as people grow older, the small intestine loses some of its ability to absorb nutrients (as the consuming of gluten foods kills the lining of the small intestine). This in turn, he continued, causes the bone marrow to weaken, and a person has less immune strength than someone younger. Supplements that help build healthy bone marrow include MSM and collagen, he cited.
He also pointed out that countries with the lowest death rate for coronavirus include Germany, where their diet has fewer glutens and breads than Italy, which has the highest death rate per capita. To nourish the thyroid, he recommended minerals from sea plants but avoiding cruciferous vegetables (like cabbage and broccoli). He also suggested eliminating oils in one's diet, as he believes they oxidize quickly and then turn into trans fats that put plaque in the arteries. Doc Wallach will participate in a free Zoom meeting, this Friday, July 3rd, at 8AM PT. To join, register at AskDocLive.com.
In the latter half, science journalist Sarah Scoles discussed her research into the modern UFO enigma. She looked at programs investigating UFO reports as well as the UFO community and the culture of belief surrounding extraterrestrial life and alien spacecraft. The 2017 revelations of the Pentagon's program (AATIP) to study UFOs sparked her recent interest in the subject. Regarding these sightings of unidentified craft or UAP (unidentified aerial phenomena), there's been contradictory statements, and a lot of debate about how the Pentagon released the materials, she noted. What's troubling to her about the video footage is that "we don't have the beginnings or the endings or any of the context or associated data." In two cases, she added, the footage is from 2015, which is after AATIP's funding ceased.
Scoles doesn't consider herself a debunker, but rather an agnostic as to the cause of UFOs. She did have her own sighting while camping out about two miles from the Area 51 gates, seeing a matrix of white blinking dots moving in unison that covered half the sky. She interpreted this as some type of military technology. What seems likely to her is that most UFO sightings may be of this nature-- either an advanced technology from the US or of another country, as well as misidentified objects. One UFO case from 1976, she found particularly fascinating. It involved an Iranian fighter jet trying to intercept a UFO, which consisted of a mothership, with several small craft coming out of it. The incident was documented in a number of military reports.