In this program Christie and Sydney continue their discussion regarding the link between bras and breast cancer as well as exploring questions like:
- What is Vibro-Acoustic Disease and why have I not heard of it before?
- What is Culturogenic Disease?
- How is Our Culture Killing Us?
- Are wearing Bras safe? Why is their virtually NO Breast Cancer in non bra wearing Countries? #freetheboobies
- Why cancer rates are rising and the race for the cure is lost in profit.
- Is it safe to enjoy all the conveniences of modern culture like appliances running all day in our homes?
- How do low frequency sounds affect our bodies?
- What are the effects of vibration on the thyroid?
- What simple practices can we perform to stimulate our thyroid?
- Why is farting necessary for a healthy colon?
Sydney Ross Singer is a medical anthropologist, the author of several groundbreaking and controversial health books, and he is internationally recognized for his revolutionary and shocking research linking breast cancer with the wearing of tight bras, which he describes in his book, Dressed To Kill.
Trained in biochemistry, anthropology and medicine, Sydney is pioneering a new field of health research, called Applied Medical Anthropology, shedding light on the many ways our culture is making us sick. Since his work often challenges industries that promote or profit from damaging lifestyles, much of his research has been suppressed and censored, especially by the medical industry.
The hallmark of Sydney’s work is that it empowers people to take responsibility for their own health by understanding how their attitudes and behaviors are leading to disease. This enables people to eliminate the harmful lifestyle causes of their problems, giving their bodies a chance to finally heal.