Questions and Answers

Meghan Rose
Former Infectious Disease Nurse, RN

The truth about vaccines from parents, nurses, doctors, scientists, and history.

My name is Meghan Rose. I am a former Infectious Disease RN. I have six beautiful children, two fully-vaccinated, two partially-vaccinated, and two not vaccinated. When I learned the truth about the fraudulent vaccine program... Read Interview

Julie Cook
Author, Researcher

Julie Cook is the author of Unvaccinated, Homeschooled, and TV-Free: It's Not Just for Fanatics and Zealots. She holds a Bachelor of Science in Accounting, an M.A. in Instructional Design, an M.S.A. in Business Administration and a PhD in Psychology. While living an outwardly mainstream life, she has "quietly" been making non-mainstream decisions for her daughter based on years of research, knowledge, and intuition. The topics in her book on cord blood banking and vaccination are what every parent and parent-to-be should become aware of. Read Interview

Olivia L. Worthy
Modern Medicine

Olivia Love Worthy, LVN (Licensed Vocational Nurse), EFT-CC, Reiki Master/Teacher, Healing Touch Level 1. Olivia graduated with honors in 1990 from one of the top 10 nursing schools in the United States. In 2002 she was introduced to a whole food supplement that offered her great relief from fibromyalgia and arthritis pain. Read Interview

Linda Jaques
Writer, Researcher

Like a growing number of cancer survivors, Linda Jaques emerged from a hellish conventional treatment experience feeling that if she had it to do all over again, she wouldn’t have taken that road to survival. The next few years of recovering from chemo damage led her to investigate so-called ‘alternative’, natural, and non-toxic approaches to healing cancer by restoring overall health, and not merely by clobbering the disease into temporary submission with extreme, health-gutting measures. Exploring the business of cancer and the systemic problems with corporate oncology’s answers to it not only inspired her to re-direct her own personal anti-cancer program... Read Interview

Dr. James D'Adamo

Dr. James L. D’Adamo is the originator of the world-famous Blood Type Diet and director of the D’Adamo Institute for the Advancement of Natural Therapies. Dr. D’Adamo N.D., D.N.B. (Diplomate of National Board), first presented the world with his ground breaking discovery of natural healing based on a person's blood type with his first book One Man’s Food …is Someone Else’s Poison (1980). With his second book, The D’Adamo Diet (1989) he took his research to the next level with the discovery of sub blood types with their relevance to diet and exercise. Dr. D’Adamo has been a certified naturopath for 53 years and has worked with patients from around the globe. Read Interview

Lisa Rossi
Medication Activist
Prescription Drugs

"My sister Lori died suddenly on Sept. 22, 1981. She was 25 years old. I always knew my Sister’s sudden death was suspicious. I had searched for years for the answers to why, which included contacting the police department, and going over the report many times! Someone or something did this to her, she would not have killed herself! This I knew for sure! I would sit in my driveway where she lost her life, and look at my house many times over, and say how did you sit here, looking at our family's home with your daughter, niece, sisters, and parents sleeping inside, how how could you have done this to us, and yourself?!" Read Interview

Moein Nejad
Activist, Author

Moein Ghahremani Nejad is a Raw Food activist and author of the book Rethink Your Diet. He became a vegan in October 2011 and that has made all the difference in his health.

Ever since childhood Moein has always been interested in nutrition and health. Despite abstaining from alcohol and junk food as a teenager he was still very unhealthy. From the ages of 16 to 18, he experienced severe headaches for two to three hours almost everyday. He also caught colds several times a year, until he became a vegan. After that, he caught the cold only four times during the first three years of being a raw vegan, and each time he recovered much faster. He had also suffered from digestive disorders, and all medical doctors (MDs) could do for him was prescribe toxic pharmaceutical drugs. Read Interview

Alex Telman
Spiritual Healer

Alex Telman (BA, LLB, DipClHyp, GradDipEd, MEd, MBA) is an Australian Spiritual Healer, Psychic Medium, Hypnotherapist, Reiki Master, and Shiatsu Master.

As one of Australia's most gifted full time Spiritual Healers, Alex is successfully healing and inspiring people to enhance their current and future lives. He will guide your psychic, spiritual, personal and business dissatisfaction into clear direction and action. Read Interview

Jack Challem
Researcher, Author

Jack Challem, The Nutrition Reporter ™, is a personal nutrition coach and bestselling author based in Tucson, Arizona. He is one of America's most trusted nutrition and health writers, with 30 years of experience writing about research and clinical experience on nutrition, vitamins, minerals, and herbs. He is the author of The Food-Mood Solution, Feed Your Genes Right, The Inflammation Syndrome, and the lead author of Syndrome X: The Complete Nutritional Program to Prevent and Reverse Insulin Resistance. Jack is also the series editor for the 50-volume User's Guide series of health paperback books (Basic Health Publications). Read Interview

Sean Blackwell
Researcher, Author

Sean Blackwell is a former advertising executive, who in 1996 entered a state of ecstasy so intense that he thought he had died and was going to Heaven. The episode ended with Sean being handcuffed by two police officers and taken to a psychiatric emergency ward for refusing to put his clothes back on in a Toronto hotel ballroom. At the hospital, he accurately perceived that the psychiatrists completely misunderstood what was happening to him, as he was certain that he was undergoing a profound spiritual awakening. Leaving the hospital un-medicated, Sean was sure that his experience was not a "mental illness". Only with the recent diagnosis of his two nieces was he shocked to learn that people labeled as having "bipolar disorder" often have experiences very similar to his own, yet are medicated for their entire lives. Read Interview

Tibor A. Palatinus
Prevention Specialist
Narcotics Addiction

Tibor A. Palatinus was trained at Narconon International as a Drug Prevention Specialist. He has delivered prevention education in over 6 US states and several Canadian provinces. He combines this knowledge and experience with 3 years training as a Toastmaster to bring a fun, refreshing and effective style to drug education talks. Prior to his Drug Prevention Specialist training, Tibor had worked for over 5 years as an educator, tutor and business academy supervisor. Read Interview

Dr John Breeding
Psychologist, Professor

Dr John Breeding, Ph.D., is a psychologist with a well-established private counseling practice in Austin, Texas. A significant part of his work involves counseling with parents and children. Dr Breeding obtained his doctorate in School of Psychology from the University of Texas. He is the author of four books, The Wildest Colts Make the Best Horses, The Necessity of Madness and Unproductivity: Psychiatric Oppression or Human Transformation, True Nature and Great Misunderstandings, and Eyes Wide Open: Parenting (and Life) Manifestoes for the 21st Century. Read Interview

Dr Eric Berg

Dr Eric Berg is a D.C. (Doctor of Chiropractic) who specializes in weight loss through nutritional and natural methods. His private practice is located in Alexandria, Virginia. Dr. Eric Bergs clients include senior officials in U.S. Government and the Justice Department, Ambassadors, medical doctors, high-level executives of prominent corporations, scientists, engineers, professors, and others clients from all walks of life. Read Interview

Dr Brett Smith
Modern Medicine

"The biggest difference between naturopathy and allopahty is that the allopathy physician tends to view good health as a physical state in which there is no obvious disease present. In contrast, naturopathic physicians recognize true health as an optimal state of physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual well-being. The key differences between a naturopathic and an allopathic physician are apparent if we look at how each doctor views both health and disease."

Dr Brett Smith (N.D., Naturopathic Doctor) has a BHSc (Bachelor of Health Sciences ) degree, a Masters Degree in Herbal Medicine, and a Naturopathic Diploma. For 10 years, he ran a successful clinic in Bondi, Sydney Australia for which he sold. He is currently writing articles on health & nutrition and has nearly completed a book. Read Interview

Dr Jay Joseph
DNA-Human Genome

What are the forces shaping who we are, how we live, and how we act? Are we shaped primarily by our environment, or by our genes? These very old questions form the basis of the "nature-nurture" debate. Increasingly, we are told that research has confirmed the importance of genetic factors influencing psychiatric disorders, personality, intelligence, sexual orientation, criminality, and so on.

Dr Jay Joseph, Psy.D., is a licensed psychologist practicing in the San Francisco Bay Area. Since 1998, he has published many articles in peer reviewed journals focusing on genetic theories in psychiatry and psychology. His first book, The Gene Illusion: Genetic Research in Psychiatry and Psychology Under the Microscope, was published in 2003 in the United Kingdom by PCCS Books, which was followed by a 2004 North American edition published by Algora. His most recent book, published in 2006 by Algora, is entitled The Missing Gene: Psychiatry, Heredity, and the Fruitless Search for Genes. Read Interview

Dr David Hamilton
Placebo Effect

As an organic chemist with a major pharmaceutical company, Dr David Hamilton was on a good salary, developing a new generation of drugs by synthesising molecules found in nature. But Dr Hamilton was never convinced that man could improve on nature, and instead was becoming more and more fascinated by the potential healing power of the mind. So, inspired by his body’s ability to withstand heat during fire-walking, he began a quest to investigate the mysteries of the mind-body connection. It was the beginning of a journey which brought him into contact with alternative therapists, spiritual teachers and faith healers, and was to inspire him to try and fill Hampden stadium with thousands of people all thinking positive thoughts. Read Interview

Paul D.
Industry Insider
Gambling Addiction

If someone told me 27 years ago when I made my first wager that when you are 39 years old you will lose everything and be in place where there are no freedoms. I would have told them that they were crazy because I am an intelligent person and I can "control" my gambling. The fact of the matter is the gambling took over my life and ruined it and ruined the lives of my family. It is an insidious addiction; I did things that no rational person would do. I didn’t think of the consequences and I am here to tell anyone that will listen that there are serious consequences for all of my horrible actions.

My name is Paul and I am compulsive gambler, it has been over three years since my last bet. Three years ago I didn't realize I was a compulsive gambler; however; when I was confronted by my employer for embezzling it finally "hit" me that I am and will always be a compulsive gambler. Read Interview

Patrick McGean
Researcher, Director

In 1999 Mr. McGean's son was diagnosed with germ cell testicular cancer. He had multiple surgeries, cisplatin chemotherapy and finally an auto globus stem cell transplant. Following the transplant his oncologists declared that the treatment was unsuccessful and that he had a 3% chance of survival for the next few years. The Live Blood Study was begun with this information and the introduction to sulfur was by accident. With an intimate knowledge of blood and the cardiovascular system from the 70s it made sense to establish a way to monitor the blood photographically in hopes of being able to visualize changes which could be used to monitor the health of the participants. The blood vessels of the conjunctiva and the blood cells contained within became the model and various form of microscopes were utilized to view the vessels and the blood.

Following a great deal of on line research into sulfur and the cardiovascular system we realized that the cell matrix visible in the face could be a more valuable way to establish cellular regeneration from those too far away to be subjected to having a microscope stuck into their eyes. Read Interview

Paul Greenberg
Co-Founder, Child Gambling Protection Project
Gambling Addiction

Child Gambling Protection Project is an organization whose main goal is to develop, maintain and improve software to block child gambling and prevent addictive online gaming. Currently, we focus on poker gambling by blocking access to downloadable software on the child`s computer as well as to poker websites.

We focus on providing parents with a tool to help prevent teenagers` addictive online gambling behavior. There are two purposes of our anti gambling software: preventive and reinforcing. Read Interview

Gerard Kielty
I.R.B, I.D.E.

GERARD KIELTY, I.R.B. (Institutional Review Board), I.D.E. (Investigational Device Exemption). Mr. Kielty is an alternative therapist specializing in Food Intolerance testing (this is not Allergy testing) has cured 10,000 people of a range of more than 50 different health problems with a simple one-hour test. No medication was required! His company Health Scan has been established for 14 years since this technology was first developed. His equipment has been licensed by the US FDA and his credentials have been personally signed by former U.S. Secretary of State Madeline K. Albright. Among his numerous clients are The Saudi Royal Family and a great many Sheikhs in the Middle East. If you wish to learn just how easy it is to become healthy without doctors and/or medication then read on. Read Interview

Dr. Gary Hart
Professor, Reseacher
Modern Medicine

Dr. Gary Hart, PhD. Dr. Hart is the Director of the Arizona Rural Health Office and an Endowed Professor of Public Health at the Mel and Enid Zuckerman College of Public Health at the University of Arizona. Dr. Hart received his PhD in Medical Geography in 1985 from the University of Washington. He was formerly the director for two decades of the Rural Health Research Center at the University of Washington in Seattle. Read Interview

Shelly Hart
Prescription Drugs

Michelle “Shelly” Hart, RN (Registered Nurse). Shelly was born in northern Pennsylvania in a small rural town of Lucinda. She initially studied at Pennsylvania State University in Clinical Psychiatry. She later transferred to Lima School of Nursing through Ohio State University where she graduated as an R.N (Registered Nurse). Shelly was a Cardiac Nurse for seven years before relocating to Seattle, Washington where she worked with the developmentally disabled. Read Interview

Natalie Butler

Natalie graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Food, Nutrition and Dietetics in 2005 and during school was a member of the Student Dietetic Association, American Dietetic Association, Phi Upsilon Omicron Society and the National Society of Collegiate Scholars. Natalie is currently completing graduate school and her dietetic internship through Marywood University to become a registered dietitian (R.D.). Read Interview

Dr. Raymond Forbes

Dr. Raymond Forbes, D.M.D. (Doctor of Dental Medicine). I graduated from Washington and Jefferson College with a B.A. in Biology and the University of Pittsburgh School of Dentistry in 1967. I practice general dentistry, nutritional analysis and functional orthodontics. I studied with Melvin Page D.D.S. in the early 1970's for a period of 3-4 years. During this period and subsequently he trained over 275 physicians and dentists in his technique. Dr. Page died in 1983 at the age of 93. Read Interview

Gwen Olsen
Pharmaceutical Rep.
Prescription Drugs

Gwen Olsen spent fifteen years as a pharmaceutical sales rep working for such healthcare giants as Johnson & Johnson, Bristol-Myers Squibb, and Abbott Laboratories. She enjoyed a successful, fast-paced career until several conscious-altering experiences began awakening her to the dangers lurking in every American medicine cabinet. Her most poignant lessons, however, came as both victim and survivor of life-threatening adverse drug reactions. Read Interview

Genita Petralli
H.H.P., N.C., M.H.

Genita Petralli is a licensed, board certified H.H.P., N.C., and M.H. She is the author of Alcoholism: The Cause & The Cure and the Founder of AAAA (Alternative Approaches to end Alcohol Abuse) and Program Director of the 101 Program and the Ark bio-repair clinic in Santa Cruz, CA. She spent 10 years researching what changes occurred in the brain chemistry of long-term recreational drinkers that led to alcoholism as well as the epigenetic influences that inspired alcohol and other addictions. Read Interview

Dr. Nathaniel S. Lehrman

Dr. Nathaniel S. Lehrman, M.D. I started in psychiatry in 1947, after graduating from Harvard College in 1942, Albany Medical College in 1946, and a year’s rotating internship. I then spent a year at Bellevue, served two years as an army psychiatrist, and finished my training at Hillside Hospital and Creedmoor State Hospital (now “Psychiatric Center” - PC). I was certified in psychiatry by the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology in 1953, and was graduated the following year from the New York Medical College - Flower and Fifth Avenue Hospitals’ Comprehensive Course in Psychoanalysis. (I was also certified in Administrative Psychiatry in 1977). Read Interview

Gracelyn Guyol
Researcher, Author

Gracelyn Guyol is a researcher and author who did not plan to heal her bipolar disorder since doctors described it as an “incurable” condition. Instead, in response to the rapid appearance of breast cysts and tumors in 1994-95, she began a “health quest” to identify the causes, and it changed her life. She completely altered her diet, began taking specific supplements, and eliminated all potential toxins that might cause cells to mutate. Three years of severe arthritis pains vanished, she lost 20 pounds, and cysts dissolved, but in 1999 a new tumor appeared. An avid reader who “devoures” health books, she began to suspect an antidepressant prescribed in 1993 might be the trigger, and tapered off the drug. Within two months, her tumor disappeared and the growths stopped. Read Interview

Dr. Andrew W. Saul
Orthomolecular Medicine

Dr. Andrew W. Saul is Assistant Editor of the Journal of Orthomolecular Medicine and Editor-in-Chief of the Orthomolecular Medicine News Service. He has a nontraditional Ph.D. in Human Ethology and was on the faculty of the State University of New York for nine years. Read Interview

A.B. Curtiss
Cognitive Behavior Therapist

A. B. CURTISS is a board-certified cognitive behavioral therapist, a licensed marriage-family therapist, a certified hypnotist, the award-winning author of DEPRESSION IS A CHOICE, BRAINSWITCH OUT OF DEPRESSION, and the creator of ‘brainswitching’-- a system of mind exercises that works with the brain’s natural capacity for neuroplasticity. Neuroplasticity is the ability of the brain to rewire itself with new neural patterns in response to new thinking and new behavior. By repetitive use of simple techniques you can actually re-wire your brain to get out of depression, anxiety and insomnia. Read Interview

Dr. Stanton Peele
PhD, J.D.
Narcotics Addiction

Dr. Stanton Peele, Ph.D., J.D., is a pioneering voice in the field of addiction. A psychologist, in 1975 he published Love and Addiction, which originated the modern view that addiction occurs in many areas of behavior aside from drug use. He likewise popularized harm reduction – or reducing the harm for users rather than anticipating that all users will cease. Dr. Peele believes that the current notion that addiction is a disease is actually a symptom of America’s addictiveness – viewing alcohol, drugs, and an increasing number of other things as overpowering simply means we will create more addicts. For Stanton, addiction is commonplace – but most addicts outgrow their habits if they have opportunities to develop meaningful, normal connections to life. Read Interview

Marilyn Lancelot
Gamblers Anonymous

My name is Marilyn Lancelot and I am a recovering compulsive gambler. I visited my first casino in 1984 at the age of 53. For seven years, my boyfriend and I made the four-hour trek from Yuma, AZ to Laughlin, NV every weekend. I learned early on how to lie to my family and friends and how to sign my employers' name to company checks. I considered suicide and planned it so it would like an accident.
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