In the first half, Dr. Joel Wallach shared alternative health approaches and the benefits of remedies and supplements that assist in the body's recovery from many diseases and ailments. A great number of medical problems—from diabetes to cancer to multiple sclerosis—are rooted in the consumption of fried foods, as well as the gluten found in wheat, barley, rye, and oats, claimed Wallach. Avoiding such foods, he concluded, is a key factor in treating these issues. He went on to assert that the diet of most Westerners, which tend to include moderate to high amounts of gluten and food fried in oil, has resulted in our intestines being "dead" and unable to adequately absorb nutrients.
Because of their misunderstanding of nutrition and health, Wallach said, many physicians don't recognize or acknowledge what he believes are the actual symptoms of their patients, or their effective treatment. Osteoporosis of the skull, for example, is often the cause of balance problems, AFib, or even Parkinson's disease, he maintained. Likewise, gray or white hair in any amount is not a sign of aging, but rather an indication of nutritional deficiencies. For many of the ailments described by listeners, Wallach recommended his nutritional products and supplements.
Dr. Doug Matzke, a prolific scientist, and researcher in computation, hyper-dimensional mathematics, and metaphysics joined the show in the latter half. Although paranormal phenomena and subtle energies are often thought of as enigmatic and incomprehensible, he argued, they can be explained by physics. Remote viewing and the power of intention, for example, are compatible with quantum mechanics, which operates outside of traditional physics. So paranormal phenomena aren't at odds with science— they're part of a "deep reality" where, despite appearances, they're actually highly scientific.
In this deep reality, even human intelligence itself isn't a product of our own brains, Matzke continued. At our highest potential, he explained, our very thought processes and mental abilities tap into the infinite intelligence of the universe, which necessarily follows the laws of mathematics and physics. Since universal intelligence persists outside of the limitations of the physical realm, this situation allows for life after death as well, Matzke went on. In his view, this infinite intelligence is also why we don't need to fear the development of runaway artificial intelligence: if AI can't play by the universe's rules, it will fail.