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“Iron is one of the most important nutrients in the diet, mostly all health experts agree. But experts disagree widely on the amount of iron a person is supposed to ingest to maintain health…”

“Because it is involved in the metabolism of glucose, chromium is needed for energy. Chromium molecules are signal molecules, chromium’s role is to increase the strength of the signal that insulin sends, helping to drive blood sugar into cells more quickly after a meal.”

Magnesium is said to be a powerful antispasomodic, anti-inflammatory, antioxidant and mood enhancer. It’s claimed that magnesium prevents Alzheimers. It’s also said that over the half of the population of the US is magnesium deficient. Could it be true? Listen to the podcast and find out.

Incredible claims are made about organic germanium, that it has the power to prevent and treat even advanced stage cancer, that it can reset the body’s immune response, and even cure AIDS. If that’s so, why has no-one heard about it? Listen to this podcast and hear what organic germanium can do for you, and my theories on why no-one ever talks about it.

It is said that too much iodine leads to hyperthyroidism, a serious condition. However, in Japan, where people eat 80 times the amount of seafood that Americans do, hyperthyroidism is relatively not that prevalent. Japanese people are also notoriously slim. Could the two be related?

Calcium is the most plentiful mineral in the body, and we all know that we need to get a lot of it to stay well. But how should we do that? What is the best way to take calcium? And how do the levels of calcium and protein impact on our total health, especially bone health and joints?

What is the difference between phosphorous, phosphate and phytates? Is eating food which contain phytic acid, such as pulses and whole grains, going to deprive you of iron and make you anaemic? How much phosphorus do we need, and what happens if we regularly absorb too much? Find out how this is a real risk, and what to do about it.

Zinc is required in large amounts in the diet because it cannot be stored in the body. Zinc has a whole range of essential functions in the body, essentially breaking down and metabolising foodstuffs, repairing tissues and the correct use of energy. Because so many enzymes depend on zinc for their correct functioning, even a mild dietary deficiency of zinc can have far-reaching health implications.

On the 6th of June, 2007, Dr. Loic Le Ribault died in a French hospital under suspicious circumstances. He was the maker of the legendary G5 Silicium oxide, the cure-all immunity reset medicine. How did he come to be persecuted and deomonised by the authorities, when all he had done was freely give away medicine that allegedly cured thousands of people?

“…decades of scientific research have failed to prove ANY benefits of a low-salt diet, and in fact tend to show the opposite. Studies have also failed to prove salt’s connection to heart disease.” Dr. Mercola.

I went on an 8-day Kinesiology course this summer and in this podcast I report back on what happened and why Kinesiology really is so great.

Why does everyone talk about Reiki? What’s the big deal already? Is it really the amazing healing system so many people say it is? Or is it just a load of old bunk? Listen to this podcast and find out.

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