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Natural Solutions Radio | November 25, 2017

Date: 
Saturday, Nov 25, 2017
Guest/Author: 
Eliezer Ben-Joseph

First Hour

Antibiotics: Getting Through Purgatory

For several years now, we have talked frequently about the end of the age of antibiotics. As a result of over-prescribing and wide-spread use in the meat, poultry, and dairy industries--not to mention fish farming and the ability of pathogens to easily evolve around traditional man-made antipathogens--the standard arsenal of antibiotics is under severe stress.

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Grape seed extract found to prevent tooth decay and extends life of dental fillings

Are you concerned about the health of your teeth? Well, grape seed extract is just another example of how good nutrition can help keep your teeth strong. If you’ve ever had a tooth repaired by a dentist, you’ll want to read this report – very carefully.

Few fillings last a lifetime, whether they are made of amalgam materials or composite resin. Amalgam, which is a combination of metals, tends to be longer-lasting. But, its content of mercury and other toxic materials make it a far less desirable choice.

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Fukushima Update 11/11/2017: 15,641.2 Hiroshima Bombs Today, More Tomorrow

Updated November 11, 2017: Fukushima Equals 15,641.2 Hiroshima Bombs Today, More Tomorrow; There is No Place On Earth to Escape the Rad: The 3 melted-through cores of the destroyed reactors, now melted together into a single “corium” totaling over 600 tons, at Fukushima daily release the radioactive equivalent of 6.45 Hiroshima bombs directly into the atmosphere and the Pacific Ocean.

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Natural Solutions Radio | November 11, 2017

Date: 
Saturday, Nov 11, 2017
Guest/Author: 
Eliezer Ben-Joseph

First Hour

How the food industry is deceiving you - Part 2

How US government subsidies affect what we eat

US government subsidies make processed, unhealthy foods much less expensive than healthy whole foods.

In part 2 of this program, Peter Jennings explores how agricultural subsidies have a direct connection to obesity. The food is cheap to produce and can be sold at high prices because of branding.

Politics, not what is best for the health of the US or the world, is behind the decisions that affect the food supply. That's not really a surprise to anyone who has paid attention.