Short and sharp Viral Data Update today! – a few minutes from myself, a few minutes from Dr. Aseem Malhotra on Indian TV, and a few minutes on Dr. Campbell Murdoch on UK TalkRadio – 15 minutes to focus your mind on what’s important these days! Please support this free podcast by watching ExtraTimeMovie.com and
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Episode 71: Short and sharp at 20 minutes! Great conversation and advice from crusading cardiologist.Dr. Aseem Malhotra. Find out all about what makes you highly resilient against this viral issue we’re facing – and get on it now. Dr. Malhotra’s just-published paper is available here: https://www.europeanscientist.com/en/article-of-the-week/covid-19-and-the-elephant-in-the-room/ Please support this free podcast by watching ExtraTimeMovie.com and
My great pal Dr. Steven Horvitz from New Jersey – will fill you in on the best blood tests you can get! He’s an animal for delving into the value of specific blood tests to truly help his patients – his website here: Dr. Horvitz Oh and after we explain all the key tests you need,
This was a great conversation. With none other than Dr. Paul Mason from Australia – yep, the smartest doc in the room! Science has never been so fascinating or so damn useful! Dr. Mason’s recent talk and references here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nWz_nlAVeIw Find out all about what makes you highly resilient against this virus – it ain’t
If you only watch one video on how to minimize you and your family’s risk levels – this, I suggest – is it. Blowing the lid off the metabolic fixes to rapidly mitigate your personal risk of severe outcome from this virus. It’s Dr. Ron Rosedale, all the way from his Indian Lock-down pad. No
I don’t need to provide a commentary for this. NOTE: IGNORE the big graphic on the screen – it shows CHINESE DATA – just listen to Dr. Stephen Smith as he explains his USA-observed data: 22 out of 23 hospitalized Corona patients were Diabetic/pre-Diabetic. And 14 out of 15 severe cases were Diabetic/pre-Diabetic (the remaining