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Intelligent Medicine Podcast: Is it the end of the line for resveratrol? Part 2
May 15, 2014
Dr. H continues his conversation with resveratrol expert Bill Sardi as he weighs in on the history and many benefits of this versatile nutraceutical.

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Intelligent Medicine Podcast: Is it the end of the line for resveratrol? Part 1

In the wake of widespread media coverage of a new study in Archives of Internal Medicine, doubts are being cast on the efficacy of this popular supplement; resveratrol expert Bill Sardi weighs in with his perspective on the study, which he calls seriously flawed. Bill describes the history and many benefits of this versatile nutraceutical.

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Intelligent Medicine Podcast: Q&A with Leyla, Part 2
May 14, 2014
A devoted listener sleeps with me every night, but her physician husband disapproves. What to do about middle of the night wakeup? Pre-and post-surgery nutrients? Why is krill oil not helping my high triglycerides?

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Intelligent Medicine Podcast: Q&A with Leyla, Part 1

Can supplements forestall the need for cataract surgery? Laetrile or natural treatments for Juvenile myelomonocytic leukemia (JMML)? How do you know you're not developing supplement overload?

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Intelligent Medicine Radio Show for May 10, Part 2
May 12, 2014
Why avoiding sunshine could kill you; barefoot running, minimalist footwear fade in popularity, plus listener questions on hypertension, multiple myeloma, and growth hormone for a child with short stature. Click here for articles and resources relating to this podcast episode.

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Intelligent Medicine Radio Show for May 10, Part 1

FDA reverses position on aspirin for preventing first heart attacks and strokes; Woody Allen’s Sleeper: life imitates art; “A Big FAT Surprise”; new “Fed-Up” film highlights complicity of food industry in undermining American’s health; “Vampire Therapy” offers prospect of rejuvenation; the skin-healing properties of extra-virgin coconut oil (EVCO). Click here for articles and resources relating to this podcast episode.

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Intelligent Medicine Podcast: Q&A with Leyla Part 2
May 9, 2014
Shingles and the vaccine; Ambien vs. Trazadone; Morphogenic proteins for osteoporosis; the right way to cleanse/detox; symptoms of HRT

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Intelligent Medicine Podcast: Q&A with Leyla Part 1

In this week's Q&A with Hoffman Center Nutritionist Leyla Muedin, the topics were wide-ranging: MVP, Nigella Sativa (black seed oil), how to prepare for stem cell donation, and the best dosing for Petadolex.

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Intelligent Medicine Podcast: MTHFR—a new paradigm that’s destined to revolutionize the field of nutritional medicine Part 2
May 8, 2014
Dr. H continues his conversation with Dr. Ben Lynch. Could understanding the complex biochemistry of MTHFR variations be the key to resolving a wide variety of challenging disorders including depression and other mental conditions, autism, multiple chemical sensitivity, chronic fatigue, heart disease and more? Could ordinary forms of folic acid and B12 actually be BAD for you? What are methylated vitamins? What other nutrients assist in fixing the genetic glitches that give rise to MTHFR-related disorders? What tests can be used to map MTHFR pathways?

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Intelligent Medicine Podcast: MTHFR—a new paradigm that’s destined to revolutionize the field of nutritional medicine Part 1

Could understanding the complex biochemistry of MTHFR variations be the key to resolving a wide variety of challenging disorders including depression and other mental conditions, autism, multiple chemical sensitivity, chronic fatigue, heart disease and more? Could ordinary forms of folic acid and B12 actually be BAD for you? What are methylated vitamins? What other nutrients assist in fixing the genetic glitches that give rise to MTHFR-related disorders? What tests can be used to map MTHFR pathways? Dr. H speaks with Dr. Ben Lynch.

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