Television producer turned documentary film director, Julia Huffman joins host, Steven Breitbach to discuss her work in progress film, Medicine of the Wolf. Expected to be released in 2015, the film explores the uniquely varied relationship between humans and wolves, by highlighting the career of National Geographic wildlife photographer, Jim Brandenburg. The film attempts to bridge the heated divide between wolf admirers and proponents of recreational hunting by shedding some light on this most misunderstood animal.
Renegade Health Researcher and Proponent of Organic Sulfur in the diet
As a proponent of Fresh Bee Pollen, TBV Host, Steven Breitbach occupies a post on the fringe of modern culture. From this vantage point he encounters those rare individuals who are planted even further out on the fringe. Enter renegade medical researcher, Patrick McGean founder of The Cellular Matrix Study and proponent of organic sulfur in the daily diet. Organic Sulfur is an essential mineral that has been removed from the food supply as a result of the enforced use of petro-chemical fertilizers in commercial agriculture. McGean joins Steven to discuss his research project which includes over 400,000 participants worldwide who report astounding results.
Inspirational artist, activist and endurance athlete, Anna Judd joins host, Steven Breitbach for episode 008 of The Best Vibrance podcast. Anna talks about her experience, this past Summer, running a 3,000+ mile transcontinental course that crossed 19 states, raising awareness towards the plight of returning combat veterans. Anna Joins Steven on the heels of training for the Los Angeles Marathon.
Part II: Boston based photographer, Renee Ricciardi joins Steven Breitbach to discuss her passion for honeybees and the artistic inspiration she derived from traveling through Italy photographing ancient apiaries and the bee keepers who maintain them.