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The Humanley Podcast Episode 65

 

Episode 65: Dr. Nadia Hamade-Saad - Do Viruses Facilitate Healing?

Dr. Nadia Hamade-Saad MD, PhD is an Integral Medicine Doctor who specializes in detoxification, acute and chronic disease management, and energy medicine. With over 20 years experience in conventional medicine, Dr. Hamade-Saad has expanded her knowledge in the realm of holistic healing to bridge the gap between mainstream disease management and quantum healing.

Dr. Hamade-Saad recently completed her PhD dissertation titled "Viruses May Be Endogenously Generated Adaptive Messenger Particles That Facilitate Healing". In this episode of the Humanley podcast, Dr. Hamade-Saad joins me to discuss her dissertation, why viruses are not the cause of disease and might actually be a part of the healing response, the lack of scientific evidence supporting germ theory, her journey of discovery in to terrain theory and much more.  

Visit the Dr. Hamade-Saad's Website: https://www.wellnessremedys.com/meet-nadia

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The Humanley Podcast Episode 64

 

Episode 64: Professor. Tim Noakes - Fighting For Fat

Professor Tim Noakes is the most prolific scientist and medical doctor in the world on the topics of exercise science and sports nutrition. In this podcast, Prof. Noakes joins me to talk about his research in to the ketogenic diet, the legal challenges he has faced questioning the currently 'accepted' nutrition advice, how he reversed his own type 2 diabetes, the beneficial health effects of eating a high fat diet and why processed and refined carbohydrates are so harmful to health. We also talk about why he decided to become a signatory on the "Settling the Virus Debate" challenge headed up by Dr. Sam and Dr. Mark Bailey, Dr. Tom Cowan, Dr. Andrew Kaufman and others. We discuss some of the issues surrounding germ theory and how he came to realise that there are some serious fundamental flaws in the science relating to virology. 

Prof Noakes studied at the University of Cape Town (UCT), obtaining a MBChB degree and an MD and...

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The Humanley Podcast Episode 63

 

Episode 63: Dr. Natasha Litbarg - Taking a Stand

Dr. Natasha Litbarg was at the top of her field, working as an attending nephrologist, researcher and educator. Then everything changed in early 2020, when she realised something was not quite right with the pandemic response. After discovering that there were some fundamental, irreconcilable issues with germ theory and medicine in general, she was faced with making a number of tough decisions. This ultimately led to Dr. Litbarg no longer practicing conventional medicine. In this podcast, Dr. Litbarg shares her incredible story about taking a stand in the face of adversity.

Natasha (Natalia) Litbarg obtained an equivalent of a masters degree in Physics from Moscow State University (USSR) in 1989 and worked in a research laboratory. She immigrated to the United States from the USSR in 1990 and started working in the Immunology Research laboratory as a technician in 1991 after settling in Chicago.

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The Humanley Podcast Episode 62

 

Episode 62: Roman Bystrianyk - Dissolving Illusions (Part 2)

Roman Bystrianyk, co-author of "Dissolving Illusions", returns to the Humanley podcast where he delivers a thought provoking presentation about his research in to small pox.

Roman has been researching the history of diseases and vaccines since 1998. He has an extensive background in health and nutrition as well as a B.S. in engineering and M.S. in computer science. He co-authored the book Dissolving Illusions, with Dr. Suzanne Humpries, which has received significant attention, praise and criticism, since being published in 2013. 

Dissolving Illusions details facts and figures from long-overlooked medical journals, books, newspapers, and other sources. Using myth-shattering graphs, this book shows that vaccines, antibiotics, and other medical interventions are not responsible for the increase in lifespan and the decline in mortality from infectious diseases. If the medical profession could systematically...

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The Humanley Podcast Episode 61

 

Episode 61: Beverley Unitt - Mindivation

After many years in clinical practice, I have come to the realisation that one of the things stopping people from achieving their health and life goals, is self sabotage and low compliance. No matter what information I provided people about the importance of changing their dietary and lifestyle habits, many were incredibly resistant to change. To help my clients deal with this, I would refer them to a colleague of mine, who used hypnotherapy and psychotherapy. After a few hypnotherapy sessions, my clients were eager to make the changes I had originally recommended to them.

I recently completed a diploma of hypnotherapy and psychotherapy and I'm now on a journey to learn as much as I can about this field. Recently, Beverley Unitt from Be You Success Coaching contacted me and we had a great discussion about hypnotherapy, psychotherapy and NLP. 

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The Humanley Podcast Episode 60

 

Episode 60: Dr. Thomas Dykstra - Entomologist Explains Why Insects Don't Attack Healthy Plants

Entomologist, Dr. Thomas Dykstra, eloquently explains terrain theory, but from the perspective of plants and insects. 

Most people assume that insects randomly attack any and all plants, and that their main focus in life, is to make farmers and gardeners lives hard, by wreaking havoc amongst crops and gardens, but this couldn't be further from the truth. In this podcast, Entomologist, Dr. Thomas Dykstra explains why insects aren't there to cause problems, but are actually the answer to the problem.

In simple terms, plants become unhealthy first, then insects come along to return the unhealthy plant back to the earth, because the plant is no longer viable. Insects also consume toxic pesticides, herbicides and fungicides and convert them in to less toxic substances that other organisms in nature can utilise for their survival.

Parallel's can be drawn between insects and plants and germs...

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The Humanley Podcast Episode 59

 

Episode 59: Amandha Vollmer - Healing With DMSO & Coffee Enema's

Amandha Dawn Vollmer is the published author of Healing with DMSO, a science-backed guide that will help readers understand how DMSO works, why it works, and the many ways we can harness its power to heal aches, pains, and other ailments, all in an easy-to-read and friendly way.

In the first half of this podcast Amandha talks about supplements and the synergy of nutrients and how she uses DMSO in the management of a wide range of conditions. In the second half, Amandha answers questions from my audience about coffee enemas, molecular hydrogen therapy, as well as dry and wet fasting.

About Amandha Dawn Vollmer

Amandha Dawn Vollmer holds a degree of Doctor of Naturopathic Medicine from the Canadian College of Naturopathic Medicine in Toronto and a Bachelor of Science in Agricultural Biotechnology from the University of Lethbridge. She is a professional Holistic Health Practitioner, helping people to prevent disease and...

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The Humanley Podcast Episode 58

 

Episode 58: Dr. Tom Cowan - Leading The Charge in to a New Age of Medicine

Dr. Tom Cowan is a medical doctor and author of some of the most thought-provoking books in the field of health and medicine including Human Heart, Cosmic Heart which challenges the theory that the heart is a pump, Cancer and the New Biology of Water, and most recently, his best-selling book The Contagion Myth.

Dr. Cowan has played a pivotal role in helping me grow enormously not only as a clinician, but as a human being over the last several years. He has a no-nonsense approach and asks some of the deepest and most pertinent questions of any medical doctor, or human being I have ever come across. His unique way of questioning scientific dogma's like virology, microbiology, anatomy and physiology, amongst others, has served as the catalyst for thousands of health professionals across the world to re-evaluate everything they thought they knew about health and disease.

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The Humanley Podcast Episode 57

 

Episode 57: Dr. Saeed Qureshi - Non-sense non-science

Dr. Qureshi is an internationally recognized scientist. For the past 40 years, including 30 years with Health Canada, he has been involved in the isolation, characterization, and testing of food and pharmaceutical substances.

Dr. Qureshi obtained his Ph.D. under the guidance of (late) Prof. M. Verzele (University of Ghent, Belgium), a world-renowned scientist in separation and isolation science using techniques such as counter-current distribution (CCD) technique and modern techniques of chromatography (gas and liquid) coupled with mass spectrometry.

Since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic episode, he has been educating and guiding people about the unfortunate use of false, in fact, fraudulent science in virus isolation, testing, and vaccine development. 

In this podcast, Dr. Qureshi gives a thought provoking presentation about the science, or lack thereof, in regards to virus isolation, v*ccin*e efficacy and the issues...

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The Humanley Podcast Episode 56

 

Episode 56: Dr. Grayson Dart - Rethinking The Standard of Care

Dr. Grayson Dart is a family doctor, who has recently completed his residency and is now working in clinical practice with Dr. Andrew Kaufman. Dr. Dart began questioning all things health, when he was taught by his professors that asthma was incurable and the symptoms could only ever be managed. This conflicted with Dr. Dart's own personal experience, as he had successfully reversed his own chronic, debilitating asthma through dietary and lifestyle change. This experience left Dr. Dart feeling very conflicted and lead him to begin questioning whether the same could be applied to other disease. By the time he had graduated, Dr. Dart had realised that medicine might actually be hurting people, more than it is helping. 

In this podcast, Dr. Grayson Dart and I discuss his journey through medical school, his struggle learning the dark side of medicine, how he reversed his own chronic disease, what really causes disease,...

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