If you knew you'd live to 100, how would you change your life today?

Health Freedom, Mandates, and the Greater Good

Your personal and health care freedom is in jeopardy right now and so is the greater good. This interview with Barbara Loe Fisher is powerful, enlightening, and filled with information that everyone should know when it comes to your health, human rights, and mandates.

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Barbara Loe Fisher has been a leader in the health freedom movement since the early 80s. A warrior for children, families, informed consent, and education, Barbara has been a mentor and hero for many over the past 4 decades.

It was an honor to interview Barbara again leading up to the FIFTH INTERNATIONAL PUBLIC CONFERENCE ON VACCINATION. Here is a link to the recording of my presentation on Raising Super Healthy Families, The 100 Year Lifestyle Way.

Barbara’s message on this podcast will empower you to stand up for yourself and your family at a critical time in history.

The founder of the National Vaccine Information Center, bestselling author of A Shot in the Dark, and featured expert in the recently released documentary 1986 THE ACT, Barbara is one of the most knowledgeable and trusted voices in the health freedom and informed consent movement. The NVIC provides up-to-date legislative and political information related to infringements to your medical freedoms and right to choose what you do for your child.

I first met Barbara in the early 80s when I was in chiropractic college and have followed her work since then. She became an advocate for informed consent and medical freedom after her baby became autistic following a vaccination.

Every parent, grandparent, or future parent should listen to this message and share this podcast. Anyone who cares about kids and health freedom should listen and share as well.

Hurry, before it’s too late and your freedom is lost. Seriously, no hype here, time is of the essence.



Dr. Eric Plasker

If you knew you’d live to 100, how would you change your life today? This is the question that was inspired by Max, one of Dr. Plasker’s patients, that started The 100 Year Lifestyle movement.



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