In the first half, registered pharmacist Ben Fuchs discussed the latest in health information and news, as well as natural remedies and supplements. Commenting on a new study that people with pets tended to be happier, he said that caring for something beside ourselves helps reduce stress, but we can apply the same principle in terms of the way we treat our bodies. He recounted working with a man suffering from cancer, offering him such tips as calorie restriction, and consuming bone broth soup, and two months later, the patient's disease went into spontaneous remission.
A slightly relaxed state for the body helps absorb energy more effectively, he suggested, and keeping the body in a more alkaline condition can improve health. Slow deep rhythmic breathing enhances alkalinity, he added. To aid in sleep, he advised taking a warm bath before bed, or such supplements as magnesium or tryptophan. For cooking, Fuchs recommended the use of butter, or coconut oil which is stable at higher heat and contains MCT, which may be useful in fighting diseases such as Alzheimer's.
New Jersey-based psychic medium and spiritual counselor, Karen Noe, has written three books on the afterlife and mediumship. After best-selling author Dr. Wayne Dyer left the physical plane in 2015, Karen began receiving very profound and specific messages from him for his family—and for the world. In the latter half, she recounted her contacts with Dyer and the communications he has for us. She first heard his voice telling her to "Get out of your own way" and then asked for a sign that it was truly him.
She found a sticker that had somehow become attached to her shirt that had W.E. printed on it. Later, she learned that Dyer was now part of a group of celestial beings known as the "We Guides" that included St. Francis of Assisi, and various angels and ascended masters, and they shared with her "33 profound truths for inner and outer peace." Dyer also offered details of the afterlife to Noe, calling it a "continuation of life without the restrictions of the physical body," where he could be wherever he needed to be by a mere thought.