Dr. T. Colin Campbell on The China Study, and the link between animal protein and cancer

T. Colin Campbell, PhD has spent the last 60 years researching nutritional science, primarily on the association between diet and disease, particularly the link between animal protein and cancer. He is most famous for co-authoring The China Study – one of the most comprehensive studies of health and nutrition ever conducted, and recognized by The New York Times as “The Grand Prix of epidemiology”.

Dr. Campbell is a titan in the nutritional science, diet and lifestyle medicine, and health and wellness world, he has authored over 300 research papers, and has had a monumental impact on millions of people, influencing education, public policy, and laboratory research. Enjoy!

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Stacey Martino – How one person can transform any relationship and save a marriage

Stacey Martino is a relationship expert who, after saving her own marriage many years ago, created a powerful method called Relationship Development. She has an incredible success rate in restoring broken relationships and saving troubled marriages from divorce.

One of the most powerful lessons she teaches is that you can transform any relationship, even if the other person isn’t willing to change. Really!

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James Templeton 30-Year Stage IV Melanoma Survivor

James Templeton was diagnosed with melanoma that eventually progressed to Stage IV back in the mid-1980s. After conventional treatment failed him, James took a holistic approach to healing, radically changed his diet and his lifestyle and healed his cancer. He is now a 30-year stage IV melanoma survivor!

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Jane Barlow-Christensen on the Healing Power of Herbs

Jane Barlow-Christensen is a master herbalist and daughter of legendary medicinal botanist Max Barlow, who collaborated with Hulda Clark, E.T. Krebs, and Rene Caisse. She grew up surrounded by whole foods, herbs and natural medicines. Jane is absolutely brilliant and is an incredible resource on herbal medicine. Enjoy!

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