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The Humanley Podcast Episode 79

 

Episode 79: Emrys Goldsworthy - Ex-carnivores

There is a growing trend to blame the consumption of plant foods as the cause of disease. It is said that naturally occurring plant compounds cause disease in healthy people. Ex-carnivores Daniel and Emrys take a deep dive into this topic. Do the consumption of edible plants really cause disease, or are there other factors at play? Are plants being used as scapegoats to cover up for the harmful effects of far more insidious causes?

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The Humanley Podcast Episode 78

 

Episode 78: Mark Gober - Upside Down Medicine

Mark Gober joins me to discuss his latest book “An End to Upside Down Medicine”. In this book, Mark takes an in-depth look at some of modern medicines ‘sacred cows’ including germ theory, contagion, the existence of viruses, and vaccines. He provides compelling evidence to show how our current understanding of these topics is lacking and in desperate need of revision. We also touch on ‘consciousness’ and how a shift in our thinking is required to steer society in the right direction.

Mark Gober is the author of “An End to Upside Down Thinking” (2018), which won the IPPY award for best science book of the year. He is also the author of “An End to Upside Down Living” (2020), “An End to Upside Down Liberty” (2021), “An End to Upside Down Contact” (2022), “An End to the Upside Down Reset” (2023), and “An End to Upside Down Medicine”...

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The Humanley Podcast Episode 77

 

Episode 77: Paul Hellier - Waking Up

In this Episode, the Fair Food Forager, Paul Hellier, joins me to talk about his journey that led him to wake up to what's really going on in this world. We cover a range of topics including censorship, media mind manipulation, government overreach, the broken political system, the systematic destruction of democracy, easy-parenting, escaping the matrix, getting back to basics, and becoming empowered.

Paul is the Founder & CEO of Fair Food Forager and the Co-Founder of the Peloton Against Plastic. An ocean lifeguard turned environmental scientist, who specialised in coastal processes and natural area management. In 2015 he founded the tech start up, fair food forager. The only mobile app in the world (26 countries) dedicated to sustainability in the food system with its own ethical social media. The app crowd sources; farmers markets, co-ops, cafes, bulk-foods stores and restaurants that are reducing their impact on the planet according to the...

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The Humanley Podcast Episode 76

 

Episode 76: Damien Richardson - Reconstructing Reality

Australian actor Damien Richardson has been an outspoken critic of the pandemic response since 2020. In this podcast, we talk about Damien's perspectives on the current political climate in Australia, his personal experience during the pandemic, and his current speaking tour "Reconstructing Reality".

Damien Richardson is a well known television, film and theatre actor. He grew up in Adelaide studying Politics and Drama at Flinders University before moving to Melbourne in 1989 to study at the VCA. He has starred in many television shows and feature films including Neighbours, City Homicide, The Hard Word, The Jammed, Rouge and Jack Irish. He was nominated for an AFI award for his role in Secret Life of Us. He has worked with some of the biggest names in Australian Film and Television including Guy Pearce, Joel Egerton, Sam Worthington, Rachel Griffiths, Gary Sweet, Vince Colosimo, Noni Hazelhurst, Shane Bourne, Nadine Garner,...

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The Humanley Podcast Episode 75

 

Episode 75: Dr Jordan Grant & Jad Atik - Modern Day Witchcraft

Is chemistry a true scientific discipline? Dr Jordan Grant & Jad Atik join me to take a deep dive into the issues plaguing the field of chemistry and science. What's really going on when chemists are mixing things together in laboratories? Are the foundations of chemistry based in science, or is it all smoke and mirrors? Is the discipline of chemistry scientific, or modern day witchcraft?

Dr Jordan Grant is a medical doctor who has specialised in urology. He has a keen interest in epistemology and critically appraising the discipline of science. Jad Atik has undergraduate and postgraduate qualifications in chemistry and worked in laboratories for many years. He now runs a school in the Dominican Republic called the Future Academy of Critical Thinking.

Visit the Future Academy of Critical Thinking website: https://www.factlasterrenas.com/

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The Humanley Podcast Episode 74

 

Episode 74: Jacob Hopper - Exposing Mould

Jacob Hopper MPH, CIH, CIEC, served in the U.S Coast Guard for 23 years, achieving the rank of Lieutenant Commander. During his service, Jacob worked as a Safety and Environmental Health Officer, and held leadership positions within the Industrial Hygiene, and Maritime Accident/Pollution Investigation divisions. After hearing my presentation "Does Mould Cause Disease?" on the Exposing Mold podcast in late 2022, Jacob reached out to me to discuss this topic further. In this podcast, Jacob and I talk about whether mould really does cause disease, what its role is, and why we might have confused it as the bad guy. Jacob also offers some practical tips about improving indoor air quality and dealing with water damaged homes.

If you would like to contact Jacob, please email me at [email protected]

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The Humanley Podcast Episode 73

 

Episode 73: Dr. Sam & Dr. Mark Bailey - The Final Pandemic

Dr. Sam and Dr. Mark Bailey need no introduction. Their work has been instrumental in dismantling the germ theory. From Virus Mania, to Terrain Therapy, to A Farewell to Virology - the sheer amount and quality of information they have published over the last four years is awe inspiring. The duo have just published their most recent book, The Final Pandemic, in collaboration with Professor Tim Noakes. Join Mark, Sam, and I to hear all about their brilliant new publication.

To find out more about Dr. Sam and Dr. Mark, visit their website;

https://drsambailey.com/


To purcahse a copy, or to learn more about their new book The Final Pandemic click the link below;

https://drsambailey.com/the-final-pandemic/


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The Humanley Podcast Episode 72

 

Episode 72: Dr. Darko Velcek - Be Like Water

Dr. Darko Velcek, veterinarian turned natural health advocate and author of books like 'The Owner's Manual for the Human Body' and 'The Self Healer's Protocol' joins me for a lively discussion about the healing power of water, plasma water, salt, the true nature of disease, how to harness the body's innate capacity to heal itself and much more. 

To find out more about Darko, please visit his website;

https://darkovelcek.wordpress.com

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Disclaimer: This podcast is for general information purposes only. It does not constitute as health advice and does not take the place of consulting with your primary health care practitioner. The views and opinions expressed in this podcast are those of the guest speaker and do not necessarily reflect those of Humanley, the presenter or any other entities or third parties associated...

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The Humanley Podcast Episode 71

 

Episode 71: Emrys Goldsworthy - A Bone of Contention

Is our understanding about musculoskeletal injuries incorrect? Did you know that many people who have musculoskeletal pain, have no observable abnormalities on a CT, MRI or X-Ray? Did you know that many people who have observable tissue damage on these scans have no pain? How can this possibly be? Emrys Goldsworthy from Athletica Physical Health returns to the Humanley podcast to explain why. We also talk about the real cause of pain, inflammation, the non-sense of RICE (rest, ice, compression, elevation) for injuries and practical strategies to help support musculoskeletal health. 

Emrys is a musculoskeletal therapist with over 10 years clinical and lecturing experience and currently treats clients at his clinic "Athletica Physical Health". 

To find out more about Emrys, please visit his website;

https://www.athleticaphysicalhealth.com.au

Follow Emrys on Instagram: @emrysgoldsworthy

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The Humanley Podcast Episode 70

 

Episode 70: Dr. Lawrence Palevsky - Childhood Infectious Diseases

Dr. Lawrence Palevsky is a New York State licensed pediatrician, who utilizes a holistic approach to children’s wellness and illness. In this podcast, Dr. Palevsky discusses why infectious diseases in children like influenza, chickenpox, measles etc are not contagious. He provides insight into what these diseases are, what causes them, and why they seem to "spread" throughout the community. He also explains how vaccinations might actually be working to prevent these diseases being expressed in children. 

Dr. Palevsky received his medical degree from the New York University School of Medicine in 1987, completed a three-year pediatric residency at The Mount Sinai Hospital in New York City in 1990, and served as a pediatric fellow in the ambulatory care out-patient department at Bellevue Hospital, New York City, from 1990-1991. Since 1991, his clinical experience includes working in pediatric emergency and...

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