THE MORNING SHOW
Time Conscious Eating and Lifestyles for Longevity
A Body & Organ Language specialist and promoter of Time Conscious Eating and Longevity Lifestyles, Gosta Ingvar “ATOM” Bergstrom was raised in New Jersey and the San Fernando Valley of Southern California.
Atom has been teaching workshops and seminars across the U.S.A. since 1977. With over 50 years experience in health and nutrition, Atom has been counseling people with various diseases and ailments since the 70’s. His expertise is on nutrition, chronobiology, reflexology, slit-lamp iridology, meditation, Sufi, and I Ching and other holistic modalities. He graduated from Adano Ley’s Texas Institute of Reflex Sciences in 1979.
-New Zealand: The land of long white clouds; Atom describes where he is living in New Zealand andit sounds lovely.
-The best time to eat grains
-Small intestine time, between 1 and 3pm, is the best time to eat tomatoes for therapeutic effects
-Why our internal alarm clocks need to be synchronized
-Getting a testosterone spurt in the morning at 4am
-A listener calls in to talk about a breath holding issue his grand daughters have developed; Atom gives a fascinating answer
-Attention Getting Syndrome-Getting attention through sickness, accidents etc.
-A listener wants to know what Atom thinks the root cause of chronic fatigue syndrome. He asks the question “Who’s the problem”?
-A listener wants to know about the color corrected LED light bulb
-Helen wants to know what to do about teeth grinding
-Relieving stress by sticking out the tongue
-The Buteyko method of breathing for better health
-A listener wants to know if women follow the moon cycle and men follow the sun; Atom’s answer is surprising
-Natural female breast lifting
-Why you should always gag yourself in the morning
-The power of soaked almonds
-Getting an alcoholic back in balance
-A listener has been sticking out his tongue for years and reports the results
-Relieving pain by ‘biting the bullet’
-Would it help to recover from a stroke by sticking the tongue out?
atom bergstrom, time conscious eating, february 3, 2014, hour one