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Hi and welcome to my site!
My mission here at Sweet Remedy Radio is to fortify you with knowledge and differing viewpoints from authors, experts and other wise folk. Along the way, here on the website, I offer you fascinating DVDs, CDs and a few other great items on unusual and hard to find subjects.
Ultimately, I want to empower you so that you can partner with your health and wellness providers to make informed decisions about your health care and your life. I'm here to inform, not prescribe.
Tune in the second Tuesday of every month at 7:00pm Pacific time. I'm excited you're here! Thank you for allowing me to be a step on your journey toward self-empowerment and your own vibrant and optimal health and life!

To health, freedom and happiness,
Cori

Groundbreaking and eye-opening documentary that reveals the truth
about aspartame - a documentary that can truly save your life and the life of those you love. More

With Insights Radio
welcomes Cori Brackett on the show for an hour bursting with meaning, insights and motivation.
click here to listen

 

Dr. Ralph Walton, featured in Sweet Misery, is currently working on a study and is looking for people to fill out a questionnaire. If you are a woman who has given birth since 1984, please fill out this quick form by clicking here Send it to Dr. Walton at rwalton193@aol.com

 

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This week on
Sweet Remedy Radio
with Cori Brackett
October 14, 2014
7:00 - 8:00pm PST
10:00 - 11:00pm EASTERN

Catch the show on Tuesday or listen to the archive here!

Click on the picture below to listen to Cori's short clips of Notes From A Poisoned World
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Pay to Play

Cori talks with the filmmaker/s of the astonishing documenatry, Pay to Play, which asks the crucial question, "What is wrong with our political system today?"

Please join us in a discussion about this most important question.

call-in number: 914-338-0821

 

If you value your freedoms and living in a democracy, this is a show not to be missed!

 

And coming up next month...

 

Do you want to Thrive? Kimberly Carter-Gamble does. Find out all about how she plans to do this - for all of us and for a bright future! The filmmaker of the documentary Thrive shares her insights.

On Veteran's Day, November 11th at 7:00PST, 10:00pmEST

Kimberly Carter-Gamble is the producer, director and co-writer of the internationally-acclaimed movie THRIVE, which has over 26 million documented views and is in 29 languages, the CEO of Thrive Movement, which hosts a Solutions Hub with over 1000 Thrive-inspired Solutions Groups from 97 countries, a former journalist for Newsweek International, a mother and a grandmother.


Kimberly Carter-Gamble

 

On last month's show:

 

Gluten-free bread? Allergy-free bread? Cori talks with Nerissa Oden, about her new book, Bread Free Bread, what inspired her to write the book, and how people can live better, healthier and allergy-free lives!


 
 
 
 

Listen to the Archive!
Join Cori as she reads from Through the Shadows as well as her new work in progress on
The Jane Crown Poetry Show
Learn about aspartame, MSG, food dyes and more in this remarkable video! Also discover what people are doing around the country to heal themselves and their communities! More
Cori talks with Dr. Ariel Policano on Food Awakenings!
Check out the show archive and listen
by going here
$25.00 US
Check out Cori talking with Organic Lifestyle Magazine's editor-in-chief Michael Edwards on Organic Lifestyle Radio.
Here's a link to listen to the ARCHIVE
Cori's candid and thought-provoking multi-media memoir designed to bring you into the world of those unable to communicate with you and providing hope for another life. More
$19.95 US

 

 

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SPECIAL SHOW

Cori talks with attorney, Richard Faerber, about his early battles with the mskers of aspartame to get the substance banned in the state of Arizona and later with attorney Jim Turner to get aspartame banned nationwide. He'll talk about his work with Dr. Woodrow Monte, little known facts about these battles and much more!

Attorney Richard Faerber has practiced law in Arizona since 1982. He graduated from the University of Illinois in 1976, earning a B.A. in Political Science, with honors and distinction, where he was also awarded membership in the academic honor society Phi Kappa Phi.  He earned his Juris Doctorate degree in 1982 from the Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law at Arizona State University, where he also served as an Articles Editor for the Arizona State Law Journal (Law Review). For two years, he also served as an intern at the Arizona Center for Law in the Public Interest.
 
In 1983, Mr. Faerber, representing Dr. Woodrow Monte of Arizona State University, the Arizona Consumers Council AND THE Arizona Dietetic Association filed in Arizona the first State Petition filed in any State which sought  to ban the use of Aspartame in carbonated beverages. Shortly prior to the date finally set for the Court to enter the Order requiring the Arizona Department of Health Services to conduct a full evidentiary hearing on the Petition, the manufacturer of Aspartame succeeded in persuading the Arizona Legislature and Governor to change Arizona law. This eleventh hour change in Arizona law precluded the State from regulating any food additive in a manner which conflicted with regulatory approvals granted by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, thus immediately preventing the State Court from issuing its Order requiring the ADHS to immediately comply with existing Arizona law and promptly conduct a hearing on the Petition.
 
Mr. Faerber also provided substantial assistance to Washington D.C. attorney James S. Turner in support of a Federal Court action brought in the United States Court of Appeals by Dr. Monte, the Arizona Dietetic Association, the Central Arizona Dietetic Association and the Community Nutrition Institute, which sought to ban the use nationally of Aspartame in carbonated beverages until the FDA convened and concluded public hearings considering substantial new scientific evidence demonstrating the dangers to public health which would be caused by such use.
 
Mr. Faerber also provided substantial assistance to attorney James S. Turner in representing the Citizens for the Protection of the Prescott Area in a major Federal Court action which sought to prevent the construction and development of a major new copper mine in the Prescott, Arizona area by international copper producer Phelps-Dodge corporation. The action alleged that approval for the proposed mine should be precluded because such approval was based on a flawed and incomplete Environmental Impact Statement which allegedly supported the public safety of the location of the proposed mine. The action resulted in the withdrawal of the EIS, and the proposed mine has never been constructed.
 
In addition, Mr. Faerber has represented “whistleblowers” in two major employee wrongful termination cases. The first action concerned an Arizona State regulatory agency and the litigation resulted in the Governor’s removal of the Executive Director of the agency. The second action concerned the plaintiff’s allegations of serious security problems at the largest nuclear power generating station in the United States.
 
Mr. Faerber also represented the Arizona Coalition for Responsible Energy Education in extensive hearings before the Arizona Corporation Commission related to objections to approval of the Palo Verde Nuclear Generating Station.
 
During the past 30 years, Mr. Faerber has represented both consumers and businesses in a wide variety of civil litigation matters, including business disputes, real estate matters and insurance coverage disputes.  For a period of approximately 12 years, Mr. Faerber represented more than 200 homeowners and commercial property owners in actions brought against contractors and real estate development companies alleging widespread defects in the construction of properties in the Phoenix, Arizona area.  These actions resulted in substantial recoveries for the plaintiffs in every action. Mr. Faerber has also represented victims of severe nursing home abuse in actions against operators of substandard nursing homes.
 
Mr. Faerber has devoted approximately 25% of his practice to providing pro bono services to clients since he began practicing law.

Mr. Faerber is admitted to practice by the State Bar of Arizona, the U.S. District Court for the District of Arizona, and the Ninth U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals.
 
Mr. Faerber has resided in Scottsdale, Arizona since 1980.

 

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