The Air We breathe, Much More than You Think It Is.
October 22, 2020
Hosted by Dr. Bob King with Co-Host Cindy Hall
Most of us seldom give attention to the air that we are breathing unless something calls attention to it. But much more sickness is caused by poor quality air than is generally thought possible. Though many of us are trapped in an environment that presents poor air quality, there are things that we can do to lessen the effects of depleted or polluted air. It does matter where you choose to live and what kind of house you occupy. However, even if you live or work in a sub-optimal atmosphere, which most of us do, there are things that you can do to recover from the slow suffocation that many people experience at work, at home, or in their sleep. Join us and learn about the air that most of us take for granted but should not.
Recover and Thrive
Thursday at 12 Noon Pacific Time on VoiceAmerica Health and Wellness Channel
This program is about regaining and maintaining health and wellness through diet, lifestyle, and faith in God. Our instruction is based on eight foundational principles of health, recovery, and wellness. The typical diet and lifestyles for the United States of America is damaging to health, and the orthodox medical system does little more than stabilize a sick body. It has been said that we eat food produced by an industry that knows nothing about medicine, and we receive medical care from an industry that cares little to nothing about food.
We will discuss the state of health and disease, recovery from disease, nutrition, the role of sunshine, fresh air, exercise, proper use of water, rest, self-control and trust in God. Herbal medicine will be addressed, but I am slow to recommend and use herbs, since they do not heal the body unless the proper lifestyle changes have been made.
The perspective is that of a Naturopathic Physician, not a dietician.
Dr. Bob King with Co-Host Cindy Hall
Dr. Robert King, N.D. directs a school of Natural Medicine in Mexico with the help of the Albert Schweitzer Institute. The medical students also serve as ministry staff. The school continues to minister particularly to the poor and helpless through medical training/consultation, a children’s ministry, radio ministry, partnerships with other ministries in Coahuila, Mexico and feeding programs. The ministry operates on a freewill offering basis. Dr. King holds distinctions in the following areas:
Research Assistant in the Biochemical Pharmacology Department (Cancer research) of the Noble Foundation, Ardmore, Oklahoma for 4 years
Senior Research Assistant in the Cell Biology Department (Degenerative diseases) of the Noble Foundation, Ardmore, Oklahoma for 9 years
Senior Research Assistant in the Cell Biology Department (Cancer research) of the Oklahoma Medical Research Foundation, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma for 3 years
Additionally, Dr. King has held positions as the Financial Controller, Vice- President and later President of Hungry Kids International, Inc. ministering to the helpless through Children’s homes, benevolence ministries and Natural Medicine in Quemado, Texas for over 24 years. Dr. King still serves as President of Hungry Kids International, Inc. He was awarded Doctor of Naturopathy and Eclectic Medicine from the Albert Schweitzer Institute of Pastoral Medicine in Monterrey, Mexico in 2019.