Episode 37: Dr. Valentina Kiselev - Do Germs Cause Disease?
In this podcast, Dr. Valentina Kiselev joins me to discuss the germ theory, terrain theory, the issues surrounding virus isolation and her perspectives around the pandemic.
Dr. Valentina Kiselev(a)* is a graduate of St. Petersburg Pediatrics Medical University, independent expert on bioethics and biosecurity, health advocate.
For 15 years Valentina was an Executive Director of an Adult Day Health Center in Bellevue, WA, was a board member of multiple state and city community organizations, covering education, diversity and business development issues, served two terms on Bellevue Arts Commission, has extensive political and community background. In 2016 Valentina moved to St. Petersburg - her hometown in Russia, where she founded entrepreneur committee in collaboration with a political party, then engaged with the MSF - Doctors Without Boarders (Brussels Operational Center), where she started as a project...
Episode 36: Dr. Robert Morse - The Acid Alkaline Balance
In this podcast, Dr. Robert Morse joins me to discuss the germ theory, the disease theory, naturopathic philosophy, human metabolism, detoxification, acidosis & alkalosis, acid / ash foods, and the importance of the maintaining the acid/alkaline balance to achieve optimal health. We also talk about the terrain, its involvement in health and disease and what we can do to support a healthy terrain.
Dr. Robert Morse N.D., D.Sc., M.H.
Since 1973, Dr. Robert Morse has owned and operated Natural Health Facilities, including health food stores, naturopathic clinics and herb companies (including God's Herbs, Nature's Botanical Pharmacy, and Dr. Morse's Cellular Botanicals). He currently owns and oversees operations at Dr. Morse's Herbal Health club, located in Port Charlotte, FL. Approaching 50 years of practice, his ground breaking work and unparalleled tissue specific formulas have helped thousands overcome virtually any...
Episode 35: Dr. Wiliam P. Trebing - Good-Bye Germ Theory
Dr. William Trebing is a board certified Chiropractic Physician and Radiologist centred in Connecticut and South Carolina. He has been in private practice for 35 years offering natural health care solutions and excellent Chiropractic adjustments, with a specialty in lower back and neck intervertebral disc repair. He is an internationally renowned lecturer on the topics of spinal disc repair, disc radiography, natural health care, the fallacies of the germ theory and mandatory vaccination programs. He completed his undergraduate and graduate work in Biology/Chemistry and Secondary Education at both Adelphi and Brown Universities, as well as his doctorate in Chiropractic from NY Chiropractic College.
In addition to this, Dr. Trebing has also authored a book titled "Good-Bye Germ Theory", which explores the inconsistencies and contradictions around germ theory, whilst highlighting some foundational & crucial information around...
Episode 34: Dr. Andrew Katelaris - A Different Point of View
Dr. Andrew Katelaris graduated from Sydney University with a Bachelor of Medicine in 1982 and was awarded a Doctorate in Medicine in Immunopathology in 1992. He has over twenty years of experience in clinical medicine, forensic pathology and medical research. Dr. Katelaris has also been a vocal advocate for the medicinal use of marijuana in Australia and could be considered a pioneer in this field.
Like many medical Doctors from around the world, Dr. Katelaris has been voicing his concerns about the handling of the current pandemic. In this podcast, Dr. Katelaris puts forward a number of through provoking topics of discussion and highlights some uncomfortable truths. It's also interesting to hear Dr. Katelaris' thoughts on the "V", given his qualifications in immunology.
Episode 33: Rivka Green - Focusing on Fluoride
Rivka Green holds a Masters degree in clinical psychology and is a doctoral candidate at York University. Over the past several years, Rivka has published a number of papers highlighting some potential adverse effects of fluoride exposure and human health. One of her papers titled "Association Between Maternal Fluoride Exposure During Pregnancy and IQ Scores in Offspring in Canada" garnered Rivka much attention, both wanted and unwanted, after the paper was published in 2019. Rivka kindly gave her time to speak with me about her research findings, which I am sure most of my listeners, will find thought provoking indeed.
For more information about Rivka Green, please contact her through LinkedIn;
Episode 32: Robbie Thompson - Sound Healing
Robbie Thompson is a musician and entrepreneur with a special interest in sound healing. He has been utilising the healing powers of specific sound frequencies to assist people from all around the world, on their journey to better health. In this podcast, Robbie explains the science behind sound healing, the importance of specific frequencies and tunings, why and how our bodies are designed to respond to frequencies and how sound can be used to help the body heal from disease. Robbie also provides practitioners and members of the general public with training on how to use sound as a healing modality at his website Awaken The Ancient.
Watch the video interview here: https://rumble.com/
For more information about Robbie or to find out more about his course on sound healing, visit his website below;
Episode 31: Audra Starkey - The Healthy Shift Worker
Audra Starkey (AKA The Healthy Shift Worker) is a clinical nutritionist who has been helping shift workers and organisations from around the world improve their health and wellbeing. After 21 years in the aviation industry, Audra knew first hand about the health risks of working shifts and just how little emphasis was actually being placed on mitigating these risks with a healthy diet and lifestyle. In this podcast Audra and I discuss her transition away from aviation into clinical nutrition and workplace wellness and starting her consulting business, the health risks associated with shift work and practical strategies to reduce the potential negative health consequences of this type of work.
For more information about Audra, please visit her website;
Episode 30: Ananda Mahony - Pain Management: The Biopsychosocial Approach
Ananda Mahony (MSc Pain Management, BHSc Naturopathy) is a naturopath, lecturer and clinician with over 20 years experience. She has a special interest in the management of chronic pain and complex health conditions. When we think about pain management, our first thought is inflammation and tissue injury, however it's much more complex than that. Pain is very debilitating and significantly impacts peoples quality of life. As we know, many of the current medical interventions (such as drug therapy / surgery etc) often provide limited benefit for sufferers of chronic, non responding pain. Ananda joins me to discuss the biopsychosocial approach to pain management, how the brain plays a major role in pain perception, and provides meaningful strategies around how clinicians can help their patients manage and overcome chronic pain.
For more information about Ananda, please visit her website;
Episode 29: Chloe Silverman - The Real Naturo
Chloe Silverman (BHSc Naturopathy) is a naturopath, yoga teacher and the founder of the Naturo method and the Naturo healthcare team. Chloe joins me for a philosophical discussion about the "real naturopathy". We explore the foundations and principles of naturopathy and why they are such a fundamental part of healing. What makes us sick and why is it so important to identify the root cause of illness? How does the mind play a role not only in disease but in healing? We talk about Chloe's experience with fasting and breatharianism, detoxification and get her insight on the future of natural medicine as well.
Watch the video on Rumble here;
For more information about Chloe and the Naturo Method please visit her website;
Episode 28: Paul Leendertse - The Root Cause of "C"
Paul Leendertse (BSc Kinesiology), is a holistic lifestyle coach and author of the book "The Root Cause of Cancer - How to Begin Healing from Within". Paul has been helping his clients identify and resolve a number of chronic health conditions for over 10 years.
Eight years ago, he began working with his first terminally ill patient, who is still alive and well today. His work is now focused around helping people with cancer in a one on one setting. Paul has a unique approach to healing, which is focused around helping his clients identify and overcome the root cause of their disease, one of which is the accumulation of chronic stress.
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For more information about Paul Leendertse and his clinical work at the Wheel of Life please visit his website;
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