Hell & High Water, with Meria and Chuck Ochelli

10/22/19 Hell & High Water, with Meria and Chuck Ochelli. No politics today – useful info for your happiest life; the film “The Game Changers” (netflix); is fish still brain food or drain food? the commercialized killing industry; the Pineal gland and the food chart; Italian vs. American diet; de-regulations making your food even less safe; Kevin Trudeau, Will Tuttle, Dr. Neal Barnard, Organic Consumers (all in the archives); power that controls; Mad Cowboy (Howard Lyman); are you really “depressed”? what to do; PTSD; Addiction is a Choice; be happy live a life of purpose.





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5 Responses to "Hell & High Water, with Meria and Chuck Ochelli"

  1. Meria says:

    I couldn’t ever get tired of you. You are the most important person in my life because you have saved me from insanity. Thank you for all your endless love. You are the most beautiful woman to me. Thank you always with all my being. I really want you to know this.

    – Amanda

  2. pbraunschweiler says:

    A “Meria Trifecta”, how cool is that? Never too much Meria! Thanks for this interesting and fun “Hell & High Water“. As a certified Personal Trainer for 20 years, I’ve taken 5 Nutritional Courses. What we take into our bodies most definitely has an effect on our health and moods. I’ve been Vegan for 30 years, and always recommend a Vegetarian/Vegan Life Style. But, as you said Meria, you can’t force anyone. Tell people the benefits and, when they’re ready, they can make that choice. My husband and son are still meat eaters, and are slowly but surely stepping away from it. Needless to say, I have two sets of cooking pans. Ha! Exercise is SO important. I truly believe that the best gift my husband and I ever gave our son is the realization of how important, advantageous, and fun running and working out is. Whatever type of exercise a person chooses, though, is always great. Just do something! Anyway, as you can tell, this show resonated with me. Thanks to you both!

  3. Meria says:

    thank you. Yes you can’t force anyone to do anything. I only answer people about these things when they ask for it.
    I enjoyed doing this show too.

  4. vexander says:

    I remember listening to this show while eating at Whole Foods (back when there were buffets. Are they now a thing of the past? And I know I shouldn’t patronize Jeff Bezos. Sorry!) I was wowed by the discussion. Going to listen again – one of my favorites. Thanks Meria and Chuck.

  5. Meria says:

    glad you liked it!

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