New Podcast: The Scott Adams Show

In this podcast, Scott Adams welcomes award-winning actor Nick Mancuso and renowned formulator Eldon Dahl to discuss Life Choice holistic remedies to good health. Nick and Eldon discuss their history and how Nick found hope and health with Life Choice products.

Nicodemo Antonio Massimo "Nick" Mancuso is a Canadian actor. He is probably best known for his roles as the antichrist (Franco Macalousso) in the Apocalypse series of films produced by Cloud Ten Pictures, and for his starring role in the NBC action series Stingray (1985–87). - Wikipedia

Eldon Dahl, advocate for the natural health industry, who founded the nutraceutical company Life Choice in 1986, was recently named “Canadian Natural Health Product Industry’s Leader For 2013” by Contact Business Canada, publishers of the Natural Health Products Industry Guide 2013.

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Bio: Eldon Dahl, Founder, Chief Executive Officer of Life Choice Ltd.
Dahl has nearly three decades of experience in the naturopathic and natural healing industries. In his executive role with the company, Eldon oversees all daily operations; he also spearheads all health research into medical conditions—specifically anti-aging and chronic disease treatments.

Eldon graduated with a Doctorate of Naturopathic medicine in 1988. He entered the field after witnessing family members struggle with cancer and recognizing a connection between nutrition and disease. He attributes his success in the industry by not compromising on core values, and using the highest quality raw materials in all formulations. His mission statement of “Healing the Nation, One Person at a Time” really says it all.

Outside of his work with Life Choice, Dahl gives back to the community through his volunteer efforts offering free supplements to naturopathic satellite clinics.
Bio: Nick Mancuso, Hollywood Actor

Darkly handsome Nick Mancuso, born Nicodemo Antonio Massimo Mancuso, was born in 1948 in Mammola, Italy but raised as a child in Canada (from age 8). During his over four decade career, films claimed him as the Antichrist (Franco Macalousso) in the Apocalypse trilogy produced by Cloud Ten Pictures (Revelation (1999), Tribulation (2000) and Judgment (2001)), and TV has him best known for his starring roles in the NBC action series Stingray (1985), which ran for two seasons, and as the title hitman who becomes a target himself in the one-season Matrix (1993).

Drawn to various Canadian theatre groups in the 1970s, he became artistic director for the Vancouver Playhouse Theatre, while building up his classical resume at the Stratford Shakespeare Festival.

TV and film soon came his way in the late 1970s, and he tackled roles both in Hollywood, first as TV's Dr. Scorpion (1978), and back in his homeland, where he won the prestigious Genie award for the movie Ticket to Heaven (1981) as a man caught up in a religious cult. He impressed moviegoers as well with his moody, sexy presence in the US film Heartbreakers (1984) co-starring Peter Coyote and has also provided solid support for other stars, notably for Steven Seagal in one of that star's best action thrillers Under Siege (1992).

A sturdy name as an anti-hero or heavy in modestly-budgeted independents, Nick has proven over the years to be a solid, durable player in the "tough guy" crime mold, almost always with a serious edge. More recent, post-millennium gritty films include Time of Fear (2002) Today You Die (2005), starring his "Under Siege" cohort Steven Seagal, Contract Killers (2008), Violent Blue (2011), Entity (2013) and The Big Fat Stone (2014).