“Invention, it must be humbly admitted, does not consist in creating out of void but out of chaos.”
~ Mary Shelley
By Brigitte Mouchet
We usually think about detox as “flushing things out,” believing that drinking a little more water will take care of removing toxins from the body. Unfortunately, it is not that simple. Different toxins require different “agents” to carry them out.
This coming week for the Wellness Series, I speak with inventor and formulator Spencer Feldman, whose life journey led him to invent detoxification remedies. As a mathematician, Feldman applied his gift for pattern recognition to the discovery of better ways to detoxify the body and healed some of his chronic health issues. While taking us through his journey, he explains some of the detoxification mechanisms that are rarely talked about.
Join us for an inspiring discussion and learn about new ways of getting rid of chemicals, heavy metals, crystals, parasites, and biofilms in order to enjoy greater health and wellness.
For Let’s Go to the Movies, Catherine recommends the 2000 British TV movie Longitude, starring Jeremy Irons and Sir Michael Gambon. This is another story about invention, in this case, the invention of the marine chronometer in the 18th century by a carpenter-turned-clockmaker, who believed that the solution to determining the longitude—necessary for safe navigation – lay in being able to measure time accurately, instead of using celestial navigation as most people thought at the time.
In Money & Markets this week, Catherine and John Titus will review current events and continue to discuss the financial and geopolitical news to watch for in the last two months of the year. E-mail your questions for Ask Catherine or post at the Money & Markets commentary here.
Please join me Thursday, November 4th, for this new episode of the Wellness Series.
Talk to you Thursday!
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