In case you haven’t had the chance to check it out yet, you can listen to the audio of myself in a recent podcast appearance with David Benjamin of Healthy Wild and Free by clicking below.
During the iTunes natural health podcast, I discuss my time working in the traditional media, my time working at a drug store, my time at The Arab American News, and what I learned from it all and how it applies to natural health.
I got a little emotional at the 24-minute mark talking about how ridiculous the food at most hospitals is, and called out the national hospital system for not being willing to make the investment it takes to create organic greenhouses and to get real healing food, like the one I profiled in Michigan in this article.
The podcast can also be found on iTunes by clicking here…It’s one of the best and most open-minded natural health podcasts I’ve ever listened to and is definitely worth checking out.
To check out the Healthy Wild and Free podcast and even listen to archived episodes about meditation, various types of healthy diets, and much more, click here.
Here is the description, as a primer: “Nick Meyer is a longtime journalist who’s worked for the Detroit Free Press, Arab American News and been published in the Dallas Morning News, on Yahoo! and more.
His work has also been cited by Mercola.com, NaturalNews.com and the Cornucopia Institute. He founded the website AltHealthWORKS.com in May 2012 to spotlight holistic, environmental and alternative health solutions, the movement for freedom from GMOs, and much more.
In this interview we talk about nick’s work within the media as a journalist and how everything isn’t as it appears and how we can all learn to question things more, to look beyond one media source. We also talk about some of the inspiring and positive changes happening in America, and the world in regards to hospitals, growing organic food, health, healing, curing disease, and waking up to be a more positive, healthier and beneficial impactor on society at large. Nick is a great friend of mine and is one of the most caring individuals that I know and really has a heart to help people, so support his work and keep spreading this information, the more we talk about and share this kind of information the faster it helps people make positive changes in their lives and in the world at large.
Thanks for tuning in! Enjoy it!”