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Published on May 27, 2012
Part 3 of this lecture picks up after an unfilmed introductory mention of Dick Gregory, African-American comedian turned health nut. Here is the missing material: "Comedian Dick Gregory came to our college campus to speak against the Vietnam war. The year was 1970, and the controversy was running high. At the time I was on the student activities lecture committee, and we knew full well we were bringing in a speaker who would be as inflammatory as he was funny. As his personal protest, Gregory had pledged not to eat until the war was over. He started his fast at 308 pounds and was down to 135. To save his life, his promise was amended to not eat any solids until the war was over. Vietnam went on for years, so this was no wimp-out. He now lived on nothing but juice, fresh vegetable juice. In his lengthy speaking contract were written specifications about which and how many organically-grown vegetables we were to provide for him. So our lecture committee had gone shopping for Mr. Gregory, and presented him with large brown paper bags of fresh food. He carried them right into the Student Union's now very-crowded press conference room, put the overflowing bags on the big dark-walnut table, and casually sat down." I was four feet away from the man. The video picks up at this point. ---- You can be your own doctor, and you need to. Live presentation with Andrew W. Saul (www.doctoryourself.com) presenting cases from his experience with persons whose illnesses were cured by nutritional therapy. Methods discussed include high doses of niacin, very high doses of vitamin C, and other natural approaches such as vegetable juicing.