So I came across old Jack LaLanne videos and have been watching them and enjoying them immensely. I don’t agree with everything he says or recommends with regard to diet but his passion for trying to educate people and inspire them to make positive changes to their lifestyles is infectious. Here are some of my …
A short video that highlights one of the significant problems with Ancel Keys’ Seven Countries Study:
The Meatrix is a educational series of videos that raises the issue of factory farming and challenges the misconceptions held by many people that the animal products they consume are raised on small family farms. It is worth watching. Part 1: Part 2: Part 2 1/2:
Dr. Robert Lustig goes on The Colbert Report to promote his new book “Fat Chance”: The Colbert Report
Sally Fallon presents information that seems to have been largely compiled by Dr. Mary Enig. I really like the critique of the research that has been used to support The Lipid Hypothesis. It is also a good history lesson on one of the largest dietary changes made over the last 100 years.
An hour and a half lecture about sugar, specifically the bio-chemistry of fructose metabolism. A lot of good information and some useful perspectives.
“The Powerful Impact of Food on Epigenetics” with Gray L. Graham (67 min) Biofilms – What They Are with Dr. Christa Hinchcliffe (56 min) The Top 10 Drugs in the U.S. and Why you don’t need them with John Sherman, ND (101 min)
I did some searching for videos demonstrating some of the many alternative health modalities. Demonstration of Quantum Reflex Analysis (QRA) You can learn more about QRA at prlabs.com. Demonstration of Neuro Emotional Technique (NET) Another NET Demo You can learn more about NET at netmindbody.com. Demonstration of Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT) There is a lot …
Demonstration of Integrative Assessment Technique: Here are more videos which provide an introduction to Integrative Assessment Technique: Loren Marks explains IAT IAT Introduction Part 1 IAT Introduction Part 2 You can learn more about IAT at docmarks.com.
Demonstration of Nutrition Response Testing: Here’s another NRT demonstration that’s worth watching. You can learn more about NRT at unsinc.info. My understanding is that they are phasing out their 2-day introductory workshop and seminar. I believe it is suggested to attend a 1-day study group and then, if interested, the 3-day intermediate training.