Dr. Gabriel Cousens did a year-long series of health education shows on Lost Arts Radio (see our archives) that ended several months ago, and listeners are still sending me notes thanking Dr. Cousens for the great classes on air. Now major changes are happening at the Tree of Life in Patagonia, Arizona (www.treeoflifecenterus.com). The last workshop on the natural cure of diabetes will be held at the center on October 14th of this year (still time to register if this if of interest to you). Tree of Life will be closed to the public after this year, though Dr. Cousens will continue to see private patients. He will also be conducting a one-year study of 400 patients who go on his curing diabetes program, and this is likely to become a landmark study, proving that diabetes is curable by natural means.
His work has grown to include centers in many countries around the world, and Dr. Cousens still visits them when his time allows. In addition, he will be expanding his production of online education, including YouTube videos and other social media releases. On Sunday night's show, we'll be able to ask Dr. Cousens about all these subjects, as well as his most recent research into the issue of climate change, which he approaches from a gardener's perspective, wanting to be prepared for likely climate patters in the years ahead. Our conversations with Dr. Cousens are always highly educational, and this one will get into subjects we have not covered with him before.
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