In the first half, pharmacist Ben Fuchs discussed natural health remedies and the vitamins, nutrients, and minerals our bodies need to maintain good health. Optimal health comes down to three factors, he said-- working on digestion, stabilizing the blood sugar, and relaxing the body (stress management). These are the three points that can break down and lead to disease, he explained. Glucosamine, while often presented as an anti-arthritis and joint supplement, is also good for the heart, intestines, blood, and skin because it builds the connective tissue, he noted. The supplement hyaluronic acid is a powerful molecule that absorbs water and can fight wrinkles and improve skin quality, he shared.
Fuchs praised riboflavin (a B vitamin), which he said is good for the eyes and chapped lips, as well as for migraine headaches. Another B vitamin, pantothenic acid, is useful for fat metabolism, maintaining healthy skin, and treating arthritis and acne, he continued. When asked what's the best fruit for the body, he recommended papaya, one of nature's richest sources of vitamin C, which also has wonderful enzymes that aid digestion and have anti-inflammatory properties. Kiwis, he added, are an excellent source of vitamin C, too.
On the anniversary of the assassination of JFK, investigative reporter Mark Shaw presented new evidence he has uncovered regarding malfeasance at the Warren Commission, which was tasked with investigating the assassination. "Whistleblower" material came to him from an attorney named Morris Wolff, who served as a White House aide to JFK and Bobby Kennedy. Wolff said he relayed messages between the Kennedy brothers because they thought J. Edgar Hoover was tapping their phones. Subsequently, Wolff became a legislative assistant to Senator John Sherman Cooper, a member of the Warren Commission. The Senator told him that "there's corruption at the Warren Commission...they know all about Jack Ruby and his connection to organized crime, but they don't care."
"President Johnson and Earl Warren are pushing the Oswald-alone theory, and that's not what I believe really happened here...They say it's [the Oswald-alone conclusion) for God and country, but I don't believe that's true. I've offered a letter of my resignation," Cooper said, as reported by Wolff. Shaw found in the University of Georgia archives a document showing that Warren Commission members Senator Richard Russell of Georgia and Sen. Cooper had demanded a dissent in the final report, as they didn't believe in the single gunman hypothesis. However, their dissent was removed from the report that was issued to the world. Shaw also outlined how a number of people benefited from adopting the theory that Oswald acted alone, including Hoover, LBJ, Bobby Kennedy, and Carlos Marcello.