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After ten years working in television news in Washington, DC, Geri quit the business to start a family and in 1997 founded GoodNewsNetwork.org, which quickly became the #1 site on Google for "good news". For more than 20 years, GNN.org has delivered positive news and inspiring stories from around the world as an antidote to the barrage of negativity in mainstream media. Featured on CBS News, BBC, Rolling Stone magazine, and NPR's All Things Considered, Geri was dubbed “The Good News Guru” by the Washington Post. From Health news to Heroes, World news to Animal rescues—and our new ‘Good Talks’ page, which aggregates the best motivational podcasts, GNN provides the ultimate grab bag of GOOD, with its daily dose of optimism and hope.
High levels in the body of heavy metals like cadmium, lead, and mercury can lead to serious health complications—including depression, according to Josh Macin.
In this podcast, Macin, who was the 2010 Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu World Champion and the 2012 Pan-American champion, outlines the incredible spiritual and mental struggles he endured throughout his bout with mercury poisoning from tooth fillings and too much sushi.
After trying everything in an attempt to heal himself, from psychedelic drugs and yoga to supplementation and more conventional pharmaceuticals, he was prepared to take his own life ... Upon listening to a voice inside his head, however, he decided to battle on a little longer—and that’s when he learned about mercury poisoning. After going on a heavy metal detoxification process, his battle was won.
Jairek Robbins, the son of famous American motivational speaker Tony Robbins, launched a podcast in August called What the World Needs More Of. Listen as Josh tells Jairek his story below, and hear more health-related podcasts on our Good Talks—Health page at Good News Network.