1 hr 41 min

#58 - The Paradox Of Human Existence - with Dr. Zach Bush The Evolving Man Podcast

    • Society & Culture

Dr. Zach Bush is a multi-disciplinary physician of internal medicine, endocrinology, hospice care and an internationally recognized educator on the microbiome as it relates to human health, soil health, food systems, and a regenerative future. 

Zach joined me to discuss the current state of health in the world and how living in a toxic environment exacerbates the spread of disease amongst humans.

In this episode we discuss:


The paradox of views surrounding COVID vaccines.
How the immune system works.
Flu vaccines increase coronavirus symptoms.
GMO mechanisms.
The definition of ‘vaccine’.
Differences between the COVID vaccines.
How spike proteins harm the body.
Cas9: our bodies own vaccine cards.
Will vaccines get rid of coronavirus?
The history of coronaviruses.
The flu vs. coronavirus.
Myths about PCR and our relationship to coronaviruses.
Personal responsibility over our immune systems.
Genetic modification of food.
What we can learn from the DDT ban.
Creating a call to action for our future. 
Is SARS Covid 2 a naturally occurring virus?
A biological look on how the virus impacts each of our bodies.
Histotoxic hypoxia, cyanide poisoning, and hospitalizations.
The India outbreak.
The importance of breath.
Benefits of Vitamin D. 
Racial and socioeconomic impacts on the pandemic. 
The bottleneck of information on public health.
The downsides to social distancing. 
Response to critiques of Zach’s from the Conspirituality podcast.
Changes in mortality rates and chronic diseases in children.
Romanticization of nature.
War-like mentality between nature and mankind. 
Soil, water, and air systems collapsing modern society. 
Intuitive knowing vs. science. 
Macro and micro struggles during the pandemic. 

Links:


Neurohacker Collective Podcast Episode 
Rich Roll Podcast Episode
Luke Storey Podcast Episode 
Mark Groves Podcast Episode 
Dr. Doudna’s TED Talk 
Zach’s Website
Zach’s Twitter  
Zach’s Facebook
Zach’s Instagram
See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Dr. Zach Bush is a multi-disciplinary physician of internal medicine, endocrinology, hospice care and an internationally recognized educator on the microbiome as it relates to human health, soil health, food systems, and a regenerative future. 

Zach joined me to discuss the current state of health in the world and how living in a toxic environment exacerbates the spread of disease amongst humans.

In this episode we discuss:


The paradox of views surrounding COVID vaccines.
How the immune system works.
Flu vaccines increase coronavirus symptoms.
GMO mechanisms.
The definition of ‘vaccine’.
Differences between the COVID vaccines.
How spike proteins harm the body.
Cas9: our bodies own vaccine cards.
Will vaccines get rid of coronavirus?
The history of coronaviruses.
The flu vs. coronavirus.
Myths about PCR and our relationship to coronaviruses.
Personal responsibility over our immune systems.
Genetic modification of food.
What we can learn from the DDT ban.
Creating a call to action for our future. 
Is SARS Covid 2 a naturally occurring virus?
A biological look on how the virus impacts each of our bodies.
Histotoxic hypoxia, cyanide poisoning, and hospitalizations.
The India outbreak.
The importance of breath.
Benefits of Vitamin D. 
Racial and socioeconomic impacts on the pandemic. 
The bottleneck of information on public health.
The downsides to social distancing. 
Response to critiques of Zach’s from the Conspirituality podcast.
Changes in mortality rates and chronic diseases in children.
Romanticization of nature.
War-like mentality between nature and mankind. 
Soil, water, and air systems collapsing modern society. 
Intuitive knowing vs. science. 
Macro and micro struggles during the pandemic. 

Links:


Neurohacker Collective Podcast Episode 
Rich Roll Podcast Episode
Luke Storey Podcast Episode 
Mark Groves Podcast Episode 
Dr. Doudna’s TED Talk 
Zach’s Website
Zach’s Twitter  
Zach’s Facebook
Zach’s Instagram
See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

1 hr 41 min