In the first half, pharmacist Ben Fuchs addressed natural health remedies and the vitamins, nutrients, and minerals that our bodies need to maintain good health. He commented on a recent study on probiotic supplements, which found they may not always be helpful for everyone. Fuchs noted that the study didn't detail or separate many factors involving the participants, which could significantly affect how well the supplements work for them. "The fact of the matter is that many people get tremendous benefits from probiotic supplements," he remarked. There are many things people do in their everyday lives that can kill off our good bacteria, he continued, including taking antibiotics (which can be hidden in the water supply and various foods), as well as consuming preservatives in foods.
When the body's natural biome is diminished, a person can become more susceptible to fungal infections, he said. The best way to treat such an infection is to starve it out by avoiding sugar, and eating a diet that supports the biome, like one high in fiber. For a caller with an enlarged prostate, Fuchs recommended such supplements as saw palmetto, pumpkin seed oil, vitamins A & D, zinc, and selenium, as well as eating fish and nuts. Another caller asked about cognitive issues or brain fog that her elderly father was experiencing, and he suggested staying away from foods that spike his blood sugar, and possibly taking thiamine, niacin, and EFAs, which can stabilize blood sugar.
Chemist specializing in materials science, Steve Colbern has experienced being visited and implanted by what he believes are Greys. In the latter half, he discussed his research about Mars and the evidence for a cover-up of plant life and past civilizations on the Red Planet. He also delved into his alien abduction experience and his work with the late Dr. Roger Leir, whom he initially contacted to remove an alien implant in his toe. Plant life evidence on Mars can be seen in photos from the Hubble telescope, the rovers, and orbiters, he contended. "There are definitely trees in the south polar region because that's the region with the most water in the summer in that hemisphere," he commented. Colbern believes there is simple animal life on Mars, as well as relics or artifacts of a past civilization, like the Face on Mars.
The Martian canals first described by astronomer Percival Lowell may have been used as a planet-wide irrigation system, he continued. Colbern suggested that NASA has engaged in a cover-up because they are reluctant to admit there is extraterrestrial life due to controversies surrounding UFOs and the revealing of an alien presence. Colbern said he's been abducted by aliens hundreds of times. The Greys, who have conducted most of the abductions, are an alliance of seven similar species, and two of their star systems are located in Zeta Reticuli and 61 Ursae Majoris, he disclosed. Colbern said he currently has four alien implants, including two just above his ears, which set off metal detectors. The implants may serve different purposes, such as to monitor physiology, paralyze or disable an abductee, and see and hear what a person is experiencing in real time, he's concluded.
News segment guests: John M. Curtis, John Truman Wolfe