Keith Code is a former motorcycle racer, writer, and founder of the California Superbike School. He is one of the best known and most successful on-track motorcycle instructors in the world.
Code recently became an ambassador for The Foundation for a Drug Free World. He joins the show to discuss how prevalent drug use is in schools and in adulthood and shares some of the drugs people are experiments with these days.
Drug residues can remain in the body for years after a drug is taken. Code has long-promoted a program to flush-out these drug residues.
Code is making available a free booklet called “The Truth about Drugs.” He gives his advice to families who need experienced, professional assistance in getting family members off drugs.
For a free DVD and information kit, “The Truth About Drugs,” visit www.DrugFreeWorld.org or calling 1-888-NO-TO-DRUGS (1-888-668-6378).
For parents or families requiring immediate professional assistance or intervention call 1-877-947-5900.
A simple blood plasma transfusion might be just the thing for making you feel younger, stronger, and live a longer life. Dr. Jesse Karmazin is the founder of Ambrosia Plasma, and his company specializes in rejuvenating their patients with the blood of younger donors.
Fernando digs into the science behind Ambrosia Plasma, the business model, the costs, and who it would really work for.
[2:22] Transferring studies from mice to men
[6:18] Where the blood Ambrosia Plasma uses comes from, and how much it costs
[10:50] How long the procedure lasts and how much plasma you're given
[15:34] What kind of follow up tests are done
[20:29] The importance of telomeres
Dr. Sheldon Krimsky is professor of Urban & Environmental Policy & Planning in the School of Arts & Sciences and Adjunct Professor in Public Health and Family Medicine in the School of Medicine at Tufts University. He received his bachelors and masters degrees in physics from Brooklyn College, CUNY and Purdue University respectively, and a masters and doctorate in philosophy at Boston University.
Professor Krimsky’s research has focused on the linkages between science/technology, ethics/values and public policy. He is the author of ten books: Genetic Alchemy: The Social History of the Recombinant DNA Controversy (MIT Press) 1982, Biotechnics and Society: The Rise of Industrial Genetics (Praeger) 1991, Hormonal Chaos:The Scientific and Social Origins of the Environmental Endocrine Hypothesis(Johns Hopkins University Press, 2000), Science in the Private Interest: Has the lure of profits corrupted biomedical research? (Rowman & Littlefield Pub.) 2003. He is co-author of Environmental Hazards: Communicating Risks as a Social Process (Auburn House) 1988 and Agricultural Biotechnology and the Environment: Science, Policy and Social Values (University of llinois), 1996, co-editor of a collection of papers titled Social Theories of Risk (Praeger) 1992, and Rights and Liberties in the Biotech Age: Why We Need a Genetic Bill of Rights (Rowman & Littlefield Pub.) 2005.Genetic Justice: DNA Databanking, Criminal Investigations and Civil Liberties, 2011 with Tania Simoncelli, published by Columbia University Press, 2011; Race and the Genetic Revolution with Kathleen Sloan, published by Columbia University Press, 2011. His forthcoming book edited with Jeremy Gruber to be published by Harvard University Press is titled Genetic Explanations: Sense and Nonsesene. Professor Krimsky has published over 180 essays and reviews that have appeared in many books and journals.
Professor Krimsky served on the National Institutes of Health’s Recombinant DNA Advisory Committee from 1978-1981. He was a consultant to the Presidential Commission for the Study of Ethical Problems in Medicine and Biomedical and Behavioral Research and to the Congressional Office of Technology Assessment. He participated on a special study panel for the American Civil Liberties Union that formulated a policy on civil liberties and scientific research. Professor Krimsky was chairperson of the Committee on Scientific Freedom and Responsibility for the American Association for the Advancement of Science for 1988-1992. Currently he serves on the Board of Directors for the Council for Responsible Genetics, as a Fellow of the Hastings Center on Bioethics and on Committee A of the American Association of University Professors.
Dr. Jaffe started his career looking for the ultimate insights in mechanisms of health. His goal was to debunk the best known advocates of a variety of health promotion and healing systems. But, as he tried to disprove holistic forms of care, he began to realize there just might be something there. Eventually he became a believer, a student and then researcher in such areas a Traditional Chinese Medicine, acupuncture, active meditation, homeopathy, and manipulative arts.
Russ then went on to reinvent himself professionally by starting the Health Studies Collegium, a think tank that focuses on sustainable solutions to global health needs, with his fellow colleagues. For the last 30 years, Dr. Jaffe has advocated a system that treats people not diagnoses, cause not consequence, and promotes long term sustainable solutions as an alternative to a system dominated by prescriptive, symptom suppressive solutions.
Russ has recently written Joy in Living: The Alkaline Way for his company PERQUE.
[2:35] What Dr Jaffe recommends for detoxing the body at the beginning of your health journey
[4:40] The GGOBE detox foods that need to be in your diet
[8:58] Supplementation is essential in today's environment
[11:01] The benefits of eating and drinking alkaline rich food and drink (and how you can tell if you need it)
[16:08] Why Russ doesn't think Fernando's idea of drinking alkaline water is useful
[17:53] Whether adding minerals to distilled water makes sense for your body
[21:45] Some takeaways from The Alkaline Way
[25:25] Is there any concern about not having enough acid in your body as you start The Alkaline Way?
[30:29] The shift in ratios between Omega 6 and Omega 3 in the average American's diet, and why our life expectancy in the USA is declining
Dr. Norman Shealy may be 81 years old, but the scientist doesn't look a day older than 60. In his lifetime he's written over 300 publications, 23 books, been on Oprah, The Today Show, and a whole host of other media appearances. Today he joins the show to talk about how lengthening telomeres, essential oils that will help with disorders and aging, and The Sacred Rings.
1:20 – What is DHEA?
2:40 – How Norman managed to raise people's DHEA levels
4:30 – How you can managed to increase your telomeres by 3-4% a year just by using a specific mattress for 30-60 minutes every night.
5:10 – Since increasing telomeres electrically isn't feasible, Norman focused on using a method with essential oils 7:25 – Norman has already outlived the male life expectancy by 6 years, and feels as good as he did in his mid-30s
11:05 – Low levels of oxytocin have been connected to many disorders in people
13:05 – Norman's essential oils method helped an autistic boy become a different person after only 2 months of use
14:05 – How pain management has helped Norman's patients