Mike Adams, “The Health Ranger” is a fearless consumer advocate, award winning investigative journalist, Internet activist, and science lab director. He is also the founder and editor of NaturalNews.com, which is the Internet’s most trafficked natural health news website.
In this wide ranging interview, Mike and I discuss how he became the Health Ranger, living off the grid in Ecuador, what he’s learned running a food science lab, and so much more. Enjoy!
Scientists at New York’s Albert Einstein College of Medicine have found that, while shrinking the tumors, chemotherapy opens a gateway for cancer cells to spread into the blood and then to other parts of the body.
A fascinating study confirmed that a high-carb, high-fiber diet like that of the rural Africans can substantially reduce colon cancer risk, and demonstrated that your microbiome plays an important role in this anti-cancer effect.
The humble horseradish may not be much to look at, but a recent University of Illinois study shows that it contains compounds that help detoxify and eliminate cancer-causing free-radicals in the body.
The shocking results of the long awaited MINDACT clinical trial are in. Many breast cancer patients have been receiving chemotherapy treatments they didn’t need, and that made no difference in their survival.
A recent study published in Breast Cancer Research found that chemotherapy reduced levels of key immune cells in breast cancer patients for at least nine months after treatment.
This week, a new study published in the journal Nature concluded that 70-90% of cancers are caused by diet, lifestyle, and environmental factors.
A new study found that colon cancer patients who were treated with chemotherapy had worse quality of life, and were on average nearly three times more likely to have a cancer recurrence, and two times more likely to die within two years of their diagnosis than those who did not have chemo.