Archive for January 2022

The Existential Threat You Never Heard of: Genetically Engineered Microbes with Jeffrey Smith

As leading spokesperson on GMO health dangers, Jeffrey Smith authored 2 global bestsellers, directed 5 films, delivered 1000 lectures and 1000 interviews in 45 countries, trained 1500 speakers and organized over 10,000 grassroots advocates. He is now sounding the alarm about the serious, even irreversible hazards from new genetic engineering techniques, which can lead to health and environmental catastrophes. Jeffrey leads the global Protect Nature Now coalition, urging governments to stop releases of all genetically engineered microbes. Jeffrey has recently released a new short film, “Don’t Let the Gene Out of the Bottle” which conveys the threat posed by genetically engineered microbes to humans and the environment.

Megan Smith holds an M.S. in biology with a thesis in molecular genetics, and currently works as a documentary filmmaker and freelance investigative journalist in the areas of science and health. In 2016, Smith founded WayMark Productions, LLC, a company dedicated to bettering the lives of those with health afflictions. Megan wrote, produced and directed her first short documentary, “bOObs: The War on Women’s Breasts,” which garnered numerous film festival awards. Megan's feature film by the same name will be distributed internationally by Los Angeles-based Cinema Libre Studio.  “bOObs” looks into the controversial breast cancer screening test of mammography, but also considers a future protocol option for women: thermography in conjunction with ultrasound.
Fats That Heal and Fats the Kill with Udo Erasamus
Udo Erasmus has an extensive education in biochemistry, genetics, biology, and nutrition, including a master’s degree in counseling psychology. He is the co-founder of Udo’s Choice line. Udo designed the machinery for making oils with health in mind and pioneered flax oil, a billion dollar industry. However, Udo walked a difficult path to become the man he is today. Being a child of war, Udo’s life began with intense struggle. As an adult, he got pesticide poisoning, leaving doctors at a loss regarding treatment. Deciding to take his health into his own hands, Udo began researching, and his discoveries led him to a passion for finding the answers to life’s big questions which would hopefully one day bring him and the world peace. Today, Udo is an acclaimed speaker and author of many books, including the best-selling Fats That Heal Fats That Kill. He has keynoted an international brain health conference, and has traveled to over 30 countries to conduct thousands of live presentations, media interviews, and staff trainings impacting more than 25,000,000 lives with his message on oils, health, peace, nature, and human nature. 
Making the Most of Your Brain with Dr. Rosemary Keating, DC
Dr Rosemary Keating is a chiropractor with over 30 years clinical experience. She holds a Masters degree in Paediatric chiropractic, is a Diplomate of the American Chiropractic Neurology Board, and is a Certified NLP Master Practitioner and NLP Coach. She has taught chiropractors across Australia, NZ  and Europe to work with children.  This is now an online education program.

ur Brain - neuroplasticity

The brain is constantly changing

Understanding brain neuroplasticity – the ability of our brain to make new pathways across our lifetime

The most active time for brain development is in the first three years of life

Things that contribute to brain growth

Not just kids - as adults we have the ability to change our brains also.  


Our Brain - Hemispheres

Different functions of our left and right hemisphere

What happens in brain fatigue


Vagus nerve (Parasympathetic nervous system)

What is the parasympathetic nervous system and why is it important?

How do we increase the tone of our vagus and thus contribute to health



We are born to connect – to engage with our hearts and our brains

How do we support connection with ourselves and others


What Women Must Know
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