Friday a bit before noon, I headed out solo on a road trip from San Jose, CA, over Donner Summit to my hometown of Reno, NV for an evening with an uncle and one of my cousins. Then I returned Saturday in time to make a party in the Marina district of San Francisco. Lots of driving; and pretty much my favorite thing to do while on the road is to catch up on Jimmy Moore’s podcasts. I’d say I listen to a good 6-7 of 10 in their entirely, which I consider to be a huge percentage.
But for those of you who don’t make Jimmy’s podcasts one of your regular sources of information, may I suggest three that you really should take in?
First up, Joel Salatin of Polyface Farms. This one is not only informative but quite entertaining as Joel is quite a character. Kind of a philosopher farmer combo. If you enjoyed him in Food, Inc., this is some of the same and even more. Especially, he goes into some detail with his continual battles with the "authorities" who would just prefer that you buy all your food from the industrial giants who keep those same "authorities" in power. In the end, it’s difficult to come to any conclusion other than this is a battle between sensible, sustainable, ecologically logical production and power and profit at any cost.
I’ve been on the trail of sugar’s role in cancer cell growth, as well as the ability of fasting to both kill cancer cells and make healthy cells highly resistant to chemotherapy for quite a while. Here’s the relevant links. So, now, go listen to the captivating interview of Dr. Thomas Seyfried, who covers both topics.
If you are on statins, have been recommended statins, or have loved ones on them, then listen to Dr. Duane Graveline describe his horrific experience and what he has since uncovered in eight years of research that’s seeming being hidden from public view, perhaps even by the FDA.