Dr. Richard Massey

with Meridian Grace

Your Health Questions Answered

Dr. Richard Massey joins us LIVE once a month to take health questions from our listeners. He is an MD practicing Wholistic and Natural Medicine.
Meridian Grace has over 40 years of experience and worked with thousands of clients. Since she was 14 years old, she knew that high quality life includes spiritual, mental, emotional, and physical well-being. Tirelessly researching all these years, she integrates the wisdom of the ancients with the most up to date technology. She continually attends workshops, classes, and seminars to explore new ideas and technology in all aspects of the holistic health field. Meridian greets you with a compassionate listening heart.

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-We talk about fats, glucose, blood sugar and the power of a big bowl of collard greens
-Patrick asks what is the difference between Coconut Oil, MCT Oil and the Coconut Oil that doesn’t harden
after reading Dr Watson, Nutrition and the Mind, I know I need buffered vitamin C. If I take ascorbic acid with calcium, does that constitute a buffered C?
-Nancy in Nebraska having issues with breathing stuff in the air and Dr. Massey gives her some ideas of using the colostrum from the new born calves happening everyday on her farm
-We vamp on some ideas dealing with “Auto Immune” stuff
-What would you recommend to a person who has had saline implants for almost 19 years?  Actually, i have no problems with them but want to have out before I do?
-My husband has digestive issues just lots of gas and if he eats heavy meat seems to have to have a digestive enzyme or else he feels horrible. Also at night he is extremely hot. I can’t get close to him because his body puts off so much heat. Any suggestions for him?
-Why do some people walk around with such steps that literally shake the ground that they are walking on?
Is it a non-verbal message of “watch out I am here, big and powerful, take notice of me!”?
-We talk about the issue of high Deuterium levels in the water.  Be here on Monday and we’ll bring this up with Joseph Bender
-Listener asks what are the choices for a buffered vitamin C



Dr. Richard Massey M.D. and Meridian Grace for our monthly fun visit, February 22, 2018, ONE

Dr. Richard Massey M.D. and Meridian Grace for our monthly fun visit, February 22, 2018, TWO

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'Dr. Richard Massey with Meridian Grace – A Plethora of Fun Opinions On Your Healthy Options – February 22, 2018' has 1 comment

  1. February 23, 2018 @ 11:10 am Warren

    As a long time woodworker dealing with dust all the time I have to say you missed the point with the woman with lung issues. The first answer is YES, you should wear a dust mask. All of your suggestions are great for those occasions when the mask fails. But you don’t have to clear out what you don’t get in the lungs in the first place. Wear a mask!


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