Patrick Timpone


Tony Pantalleresco

Just a Guy Who Knows Some Great Stuff About Health

We learned about Tony Pantalleresco through a request from one of our listeners in the UK and he has quickly become one of our most popular guests. Extremely passionate about natural health, Tony has a plethora of videos on YouTube covering a huge variety of topics such as: Making all kinds of extracts, seed milks, nut milks, detox meals and smoothies, juices, chelators, anti-oxidant formulas. Getting rid of cold sores, dealing with skin issues and erectile dysfunction. Making meat safer to eat and making fortified butter/ghee. And the list goes on and on.

Show Highlights:

-Some of the best ideas for better health are old remedies; a lot of the information got lost once we went from curing to treating. Where can we look for the best information?

-Making our own remedies: It has even become dangerous to take some vitamins and supplements; Tony encourages the audience to do the research and make homemade remedies like long ago

-Euthanasia and caring for the elderly

-Vitamin A, C, zinc and selenium are the most important nutrients; Tony tells us why they are being demonized in the press

-Nutrilizing acrylamide

-The gut/heart connection

-Aspirin and ascorbic acid can offset dementia and other age related issues; it can protect cerebral tissue

-Is taking ‘no flush’ niacin worth it? Tony shares ideas on how to take niacin; a listener ended up in the ER after taking niacin as she had become very flushed. What’s going on with the body when it’s flushing?

-Niacin is one of the best anti-aging B vitamins

-Ascorbic acid-Tony shares the requirements to regenerate the body

-What about sodium ascorbate to get your vitamin C; you can make your own at home

-Detoxification can wipe out minerals in the body; Tony tells how to replenish

-Sodium thiosulphate is not the only thing that will break up calcium, what else works?

-Is whole leaf chewing tobacco all that bad? Tony says that it’s best to get it from the naitves without all the added chemicals

and so much more!


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'Tony Pantalleresco – Facing Our Environmental Challenges By Researching and Making Home Remedies – April 14, 2014' have 5 comments

  1. April 15, 2014 @ 4:01 am CAB

    This is one of my favorite Tony Pantalleresco shows. The more I hear him, the more I like him. Learned a lot..too much really. You have to go back and replay and take notes. This guy is a genius, should open a school. Love, love, love this guy! Thanks, Patrick, for your radio programs like this one.


    • April 15, 2014 @ 9:26 pm Karen Smith

      I completely agree, my only problem is that I find he talks too fast. I was stunned by the B3 and baby aspirin! Atom and Tony are my favorites. Oh, I can’t forget Patrick the sulfur guy, now he cracks me up. Just took my bedtime dose. I’d love to hear the 3 of them together. That would be one heck of a show.


  2. April 27, 2014 @ 11:39 am David King

    Great show. Sometimes though Tony is not so clear, I think his phone line quality is not so good, your other guests are usually clear.
    At the end of the podcast you mentioned a video about sodium thiosulphate, but I cannot see it on the site, where is it?


  3. May 2, 2014 @ 9:15 am Sara

    Love love love Tony. Agree, he should open a school. Another excellent interview.


  4. October 13, 2018 @ 1:58 pm Lori

    Tony is awesome!! Very caring and down to earth. I’ve been listening to him every day since I found him last month. He’s a genius


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