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    5-21-14 - Dr. Hildy - Michael and Tamera - E3LIVE - RAW SUPERFOOD

    in Health

                      E3LIVE.com - Dr. Hildy and  Michael Saiber and Tamera Campbell


    There are many things that occur naturally on our planet that we have long shunned as sources for food, medicine, and other basic needs. For everything once thought to be exotic, like fish oil and quinoa, there are many others that still have the same stigma. One of these products is Aphanizomenon flos-aquae, a freshwater species of cyanobacteria better known as AFA. Your first thought may be “why would you ingest bacteria on purpose?” but as a dietary supplment, non-toxic AFAs are known to contain nutrients including essential fatty acids, active enzymes, vitamins, amino acids, minerals, proteins, complex carbohydrates, and phytochemicals. Surprising, isn’t it?


    This week on One Cell, One Light Radio, Dr. Hildy welcomes Michael Saiber and Tamera Campbell, owners of E3 Live.com, a company that markets and supplies a wide variety of health supplements, including AFA.


    The discoverer and founder of E3Live, Michael Saiber,  was introduced to the raw living foods lifestyle more than 30 years ago.  MUCH MORE>>> http://onecellonelightradio.wordpress.com/2014/05/21/dr-hildy-e3live-raw-superfood/
     

  • 01:00

    Radio Lake Atitlan: Indigenous Peoples Report

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    The plight of Indigenous People and the total onslaught of sovereign peoples and nations continues to be explored by Host Greg Szymanski. Tonight's guests include for the first half hour Dwight Poage, co-founder of Mayan Families poverty organization. Directly from Lake Atitlan, Dwight will detail some of the personal stories of hunger and despair his group has uncovered, highlighting the need for immediate help at Lake Atitlan. In the second half hour, Martin Stansbury joins Greg from a company called Aqua Bella that wants to deal with the severe cyanobacteria problem threatening to destroy beautiful Lake Atitlan.

  • 01:00

    Radio Lake Atitlan: Indigenous Peoples Report

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    Greg and his guests continue to explore solutions for the toxic cyanobacteria outbreak invading Lake Atitlan. This week Greg will focus on viable waste water treatment solutions. Discussions will also center on extreme dispair and poverty of many of the 60,000 Mayans living on the shoreline. If you have an ounce of compassion left in your heart, don't miss this broadcast. Once known as the most beautiful lake in the world, now Lake Atitlan, a 1000' deep volcanic lake 130 square km in size, has been taken over by a massive bloom of cyanobacteria that is now entering its toxic phase ending the basic source of water for the thousands of lake shore inhabitants as well as halting the livelihood of indigenous fisherman. Authorities on lake pollution in a recent gathering at Istanbul listed Lake Atitlan as the world’s most threatened lake in 2009. With haphazard garbage collection and no raw sewage and water treatment, the once crystal clear water is now undrinkable. In October 2009, 85 per cent of the lake’s surface was covered with a green algae scum, cutting tourism by 75 per cent, according to local reports.

  • 01:00

    Save Lake Atitlan

    in Environment

    Western civilization meets head on with the Mayan culture at Lake Atitlan in the Guatemalen Highlands.

    This show will discuss the environmental disaster occurring and the serious poverty conditions facing the 60,000 Mayans living on the shoreline.

    Once known as the most beautiful lake in the world, now Lake Atitlan, a 1000' deep volcanic lake 130 square km in size, has been taken over by a massive bloom of cyanobacteria that is now entering its toxic phase ending the basic source of water for the thousands of lake shore inhabitants as well as halting the livelihood of indigenous fisherman.

    Authorities on lake pollution in a recent gathering at Istanbul listed Lake Atitlan as the world’s most threatened lake in 2009. With haphazard garbage collection and no raw sewage and water treatment, the once crystal clear water is now undrinkable.

  • 01:01

    Radio Lake Atitlan: The Indigenous Peoples Report

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    The plight of Indigenous People and the total onslaught of sovereign peoples and nations continues to be explored by Host Greg Szymanski. Although Greg wanted to do the show live tonight, he is without internet connection due to mudslides, bad road conditions and slow travel in Central America. Instead listen to The Best of the Indigenous Peoples Report.

  • 01:00

    Radio Lake Atitlan: The Indigenous Peoples Report

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    The plight of Indigenous People and the total onslaught of sovereign peoples and nations continues to be explored by Host Greg Szymanski. Tonight Greg announces plans to bring temporary fresh water solutions to Lake Atitlan in Guatemala and other Latin American countries. Former NBA basketball player Sid Catlett joins Greg. Sid has taken an active role in trying to help the people of Guatemala by raising money for temporary fresh water solutions.

  • 01:01

    Radio Lake Atitlan: The Indigenous Peoples Report

    in Environment

    The plight of Indigenous People and the total onslaught of sovereign peoples and nations continues to be explored by Host Greg Szymanski. Tonight Greg discusses a temporary solution to provide fresh water for the people of Lake Atitlan. Joining forces with Water For Life Global, Save Lake Atitlan Mission will be raising corporate and private money for mobile water systems technology for SOS Mobile Water Treatment Systems and SOS Personal Purifier to areas that need to provide clean, safe drinking water because of its contaminated sources. Also, audio segments of the popular video A World Without Water will be featured on the show

  • 01:01

    Radio Lake Atitlan: The Indigenous Peoples Report

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    The plight of Indigenous People and the total onslaught of sovereign peoples and nations continues to be explored by Host Greg Szymanski. Pastor Kevin Annett from Canada, fighting for the rights of indigenous people joins Greg tonight who is broadcasting from Granada Nicaragua on his way to Guatemala.

  • 01:01

    Radio Lake Atitlan: Indigenous Peoples Report

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    The plight of Indigenous People and the total onslaught of sovereign peoples and nations continues to be explored by Host Greg Szymanski. Greg is taking a couple of weeks off. Tonight listen to the Best of Radio Lake Atitlan: The Indigenous Peoples Report.

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    Radio Lake Atitlan: The Indigenous Peoples Report

    in Environment

    The plight of Indigenous People and the total onslaught of sovereign peoples and nations continues to be explored by Host Greg Szymanski.Listen to The Best of The Indigenous People Report while Greg is on hiatus.

  • 01:00

    Radio Lake Atitlan: The Indigenous Peoples Report

    in Environment

    The plight of Indigenous People and the total onslaught of sovereign peoples and nations continues to be explored by Host Greg Szymanski. Listen tonight to the Best of The Indigenous Peoples Report as Greg is on hiatus.