Guests appearing on today’s show include Hesh Goldstein, Dr. Thomas S. Lee, John Hammell, “Doc” Mike Witort, and John Panigutti. The group explains why mineral sulfur is not the same as MSM.
No single supplement has helped me more than sulfur
Patrick McGean has served as Director of the Live Blood and Cellular Matrix Study since 1991. Using data from his worldwide study, he has documented how sulfur deficiency that is endemic in our society is directly connected with chronic illness and disease. Further information about McGean’s background can be found on the EnCognitive.com website under the The Live Blood and Cellular Matrix Study heading.
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Health Talk Hawaii
Hesh Goldstein’s website
Doc Mike Witort’s website
Dr. Thomas S. Lee, Natural and Alternative Medicine
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International Advocates For Health Freedom
John Hammell founded IAHF, a grassroots organization that supports open access to dietary supplements.
Sulfur for Health – HOME
IAHF Live Blood & Cellular Matrix Study’s website
H.R. 2908: Testimonial Free Speech Act of 2011
112th Congress, 2011–2012
Goal: To protect the First Amendment rights of individuals to share their experiences and perceptions of the effects of foods and dietary supplements.
A member of the public who helped get H.R. 2908 introduced in the House is 90-year-old Clinton Ray Miller, a sulfur study participant.
Sponsor: Rep. Ronald “Ron” Paul [R-TX14]
Status: Referred to Committee
The Miracles of Rebound Exercise
by Greg Pappas
Published in the June 2003 Idaho Observer
Dr. C. Samuel West’s research was mentioned on the broadcast. In Idaho Observer article, Dr. West was quoted as saying that bouncing on a mini-trampoline known as a rebounder was “the best way to circulate the lymphatics” so that it would be “practically impossible to get sick.”
Dr. Arthur Guyton, author of one of the world’s most widely used medical textbooks, Dies at 83
By Stuart Lavietes
The New York Times
Published: April 14, 2003