Healing Roots, Restoring Life
MAD in America | Antidepressant Fraud | Robert Whitaker
In this episode, Dr. Ben interviews Robert Whitaker, Journalist and Author of, "Mad in America." This is an eye opening interview as Robert lays out his 15+ years of researching clinical trails for anti depressant drugs. There has now been clear evidence that we have been lied to about the effectiveness of these drugs.
Follow Robert Whitaker's work at madinamerica.com
A Better Way to Treat Thyroid | Dr. Jeff Whelchel
In today's episode. Dr. Ben interviews Dr. Jeff Whelchel, Author of, "The New Thyroid Handbook" A guide for frustrated thyroid patients and medical professionals. Dr. Whelchel sheds light on misdiagnosis around thyroid and new ways to look at how to treat patients. His book is available on amazon!
Calming Harp | Healing Frequencies | Steve Rees
In Today's Episode Dr. Ben interviews Steve Rees who is a profound Harp maker, and player. Steve discovered a way to interpret Hebrew letters from scripture into musical chords. He has found a way to play the Psalms. Steve also talks about the scientific evidence of frequencies in music replacing medicine. You can check him out on YouTube, Calming Harp, or online at calmingharp.com
A Cycle of Sickness (testimonial) | Lisa Swofford
In this episode, Dr. Ben sits down with Lisa to hear her amazing healing journey. Fear kept her in a cycle of sickness for so long. It is such a powerful story of hearing God's voice, believing who He says you are, and then walking it out!
Veritas Corporate Wellness | Betenbough Companies
In this week's episode Dr. Ben sit's down with Casey Brewer, Betenbough Companies Representative, and Emily Edwards, Director of Veritas Corporate Wellness. They discuss how corporate wellness works and the benefit it has on the employee's lives. To learn more about Veritas Corporate Wellness, go to veritaswellnessmember.com
What is Veritas Wellness?
In this Episode, Dr. Ben gives some background to how "Veritas Wellness" came about and the goal he has from this education platform.
Such good info!
I never listen without learning something and having renewed desire to steward my health in a way that honors God and my family.
Love the information when I can hear it.
Love the podcast find the poor quality of the recording of the guest mostly so difficult to listen to that it’s almost impossible to learn from it. I Listen to a lot of podcasts and they have excellent acoustics. Please consider having your guests use headphones or something to clear up the poor recording quality. You recording from you First Mondays seemed impossible to hear. I had to give up.
Enjoy listening to your podcasts!
I am trying to find one you did that involved the gerson therapy coffee enemas. Is that episode still available to listen to?