THE MORNING SHOW
OPEN PHONE THURSDAY
When Anything Goes…
And Usually Does!!!
Come play doctor with us!
Patrick talks with listeners and ponders emailed questions from the audience. Call in and participate on Fridays; we’d love to hear from you!
Dr. David Perlmutter was scheduled as the guest for today, but has asked to be rescheduled for June 11th.
-Getting in bed by 10PM may assure a better night’s sleep
-Maybe WHO is one of the good guys; their stance on glyphosates matches ours and now they’re investigating another chemical 2, 4-D. Read the story by clicking here
-Patrick McGean, the sultan of sulfur, calls in to talk about……well,…….whatever he always talks about
-Nearly 200 scientist warn of cell phone risks, click here for story
-Patrick talks about deer and shares a sweet deer story
-A listener liked our interview with Catherine O’Driscoll, but he doesn’t agree with the idea that vaccines have eradicated any disease and offers research
-Cutting down on acidic foods for a happier stomach
-Comment from a listener:I have been listening to all of Annie Jubbs’ old podcasts on your site, and would love to hear her on your show again. She is so positive and uplifting, and she always gives me a great feeling of hope when I listen to her. I love that she says, “the body is a perfect self-correcting mechanism.”
Another thing. Last week you talked about how important letting go is when dealing with colon issues. I just started reading and applying the information from the book Letting Go: The Pathway of Surrender by David R. Hawkins. It really seems to have impacted a lot of people’s lives, judging by the reviews on Amazon. I know the author is no longer living, but felt that the book was worth mentioning to your listeners.
-Letting go of the image we want others to be and just letting them be
open phones with you and patrick, june 4, 2015, hour one