E1: India

India is the birthplace of Ayurvedic medicine and the spice capital of the world. This episode features the powerful testimony of a man named Brad who survived stage 3 colon cancer and now saves the lives of orphans in India. You will get to know India through the tour of a spice market, commentary by natural healers, interviews with Dr. Dean Ornish and Dr. Michael Greger, and a beautiful live performance of traditional Indian music and dance.

Colin Campbell, PhD

Dr. Campbell is a Professor Emeritus at Cornell University.  He was the coordinator of The China Study and is a New York Times Best Seller Whole: Rethinking the Science of Nutrition and the book The China Study.

You can enroll in the certificate program on plant-based nutrition he developed available at Cornell University’s online school.


Ramesh Chandra, PhD

Professor Chandra is a distinguished scientist; Fellow of the Royal Society of Chemistry, London and an outstanding researcher in the field of Biomedical Sciences. He is Professsor of Chemistry at University of Delhi and Founder Director of Dr. B. R. Ambedkar Center for Biomedical Research, University of Delhi.


Bimal Chhajer, MD

Dr. Chhajer is a pioneer in non-invasive cardiology in India.  He is the founder of the SAAOL heart institute.


Francisco Contreras, MD

Dr. Contreras is an oncologist and the general director of Oasis of Hope Hospital.  He is a renown expert on alternative and integrative cancer treatments.  He is the author of twelve books including his newest book release in 2020 entitled The Art & Science of Undermining Cancer.

Free eBook: www.oasisofhope.com/UCBook
Free cancer treatment plan: www.oasisofhope.com/medical-questionnaire

Chef Rahul Dua

Chef Dua is the chef and Co-Founder at Rustom’s Parsi Bhonu who won the Top Chef Award Season Two in the category Best in Regional Cuisine.


Michael Greger, MD

Dr. Greger is the founder of NutritionFacts.org and the author of the New York Times Best Selling Book How Not To Die.


Daniel E. Kennedy

Daniel is the creator, director, producer and composer of the Healthy Long Life docuseries.  His personal mission is to be healthy in body, mind and spirit.


Deepa Krishnan

Ms. Krishnan is an expert in spices and an entrepreneur in cultural tourism.  Because of her She has been featured in numerous documentaries and news reports.

Pranay Nitnawarey

Pranay is the General Director of the Boys and Girls Christian Home Ministries in South Asia.


Dean Ornish, MD

Dr. Ornish is the president and founder of the nonprofit Preventive Medicine Research Institute in Sausalito, California and a Clinical Professor of Medicine at the University of California, San Francisco.


Brad Palmer

Brad is a stage three colon cancer survivor who is also the president of the non-profit organization Boys and Girls Christian Home Ministries which helps orphans and children of underprivileged families in South Asia.

To support the children Brad is working with, visit: www.bgchm.org

Gracie Palmer

Gracie is Brad Palmer’s eldest daughter.

Sarah Palmer

Sarah is Brad Palmer’s wife.

Nandita Shah, ND

Dr. Shah is a naturopathic doctor who is the founder and director of SHARAN.  She received the Nari Shakti Award in 2016, for her pioneering work in the field of health and nutrition.  The award was presented to her by the President of India, the honorable Pranab Mukherjee. She is also the author of the book Reversing Diabetes in 21 Days.


N.K. Sharma, ND

Dr. Sharma is a naturopathic doctor who is the founder of the Reiki Healing Foundation in New Delhi, India.


Alexander Thermos, DC, DO

Dr. Thermos is the Founder and Medical Director of LifeSource Wellness Care in Mission Viejo, California.


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