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It’s Detox Time! Part 2
February 2, 2017
Dr. Hoffman continues his conversation with Ann Louise Gittleman about the ideal template for a detox. Click HERE for part 1.

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Q&A With Leyla, Part 1
February 1, 2017
Why you STILL need to take your vitamins. Hot Shot liquid for leg cramps. Any suggestions on how I can choose a reputable program in the holistic nutrition field? Click HERE for part 2.

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Q&A With Leyla, Part 2

What supplements can my 47-year-old daughter take with multiple autoimmune conditions? What supplements should I take after surgery to repair a ruptured bicep tendon? My husband has hemochromatosis, what should his ferritin level be? Help! My 9-year old granddaughter is significantly overweight while the rest of her family is not. What could be the cause? Click HERE for part 1.

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America’s Food Fight, Part 1
January 31, 2017
Nina Teicholz, author of “The Big Fat Surprise: Why Butter, Meat and Cheese Belong in a Healthy Diet,” dishes on America’s food fight—the controversy over the optimal diet for the nation. The Dietary Guidelines for Americans (DGA) enshrine recommendations for at least 1/4 of the populace dependent on some form of government food. They also influence our food choices, guide the food industry, and serve as a role model for the entire world’s population. The DGA are out of step with the latest scientific findings, which largely exonerate saturated fat and meat as health risks. The result is that organizations like the American Heart Association still exhort Americans to avoid red meat, use only low-fat dairy, and substitute refined vegetable oils for butter and lard. This has been catastrophic for American’s health over the last several decades. Nina Teicholz is the author of a highly contentious article that appeared in the BMJ (formerly the British Medical Journal). The article critiqued the DGA, calling into question their scientific basis. Teicholz details the firestorm of controversy that her BMJ article generated. She fought back, even in the face of a demand for retraction. Ultimately, the BMJ stood by her article. Teicholz details how the food industry has enlisted government to distort nutrition facts. Should we continue to look to the government as the arbiter of nutritional truth? Is saturated fat from vegetable sources like coconut and palm oil OK? Could telling Americans to eat more fat backfire? If you exercise does it really mean you can eat whatever you want? Click HERE for part 2.

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America’s Food Fight, Part 2

Dr. Hoffman continues his conversation with Nina Teicholz, author of “The Big Fat Surprise: Why Butter, Meat and Cheese Belong in a Healthy Diet.” Click HERE for part 1.

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Intelligent Medicine Radio Show for January 28, Part 1
January 30, 2017
How your intestinal microbes can make you fat; Which supplements require refrigeration? Analysis of dozens of studies refutes link of red meat consumption to heart disease; Memory enhancer Prevagen under the gun by state, federal regulators for over-the-top claims; Med students don't learn much about obesity and are seldom quizzed about their knowledge; What to do about kidney stones? Click HERE for part 2. Click HERE for articles and resources relating to this podcast episode.

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Intelligent Medicine Radio Show for January 28, Part 2

Two daily servings of whey protein lower blood pressure; What's the value of "nootropics?" A listener asks for guidance about how to choose the best fish oil; When it comes to workouts, don't despair if you're not a champion--less may be more; Anti-inflammatory diets lessen depression risk; Higher Omega-3 levels curb heart risk. Click HERE for part 1. Click HERE for articles and resources relating to this podcast episode.

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Leyla Weighs In
January 26, 2017
Leyla tackles this listener question: "What advice do you have for a young woman who has chronic yeast infections?"

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One Man’s Harvard-Documented Remission of Incurable Cancer Using Only Natural Methods, Part 1

N of 1: One man’s Harvard-documented remission of incurable cancer using only natural methods.” In 1991, Glenn Sabin was faced with a dilemma: He was diagnosed with chronic lymphocytic leukemia, a slowly progressing but incurable cancer. He declined a bone marrow transplant which carried with it a 20% mortality risk. Gradually, he adopted lifestyle measures which kept his cancer at bay until 2003, when his disease came back with a vengeance. But with diet, exercise, stress reduction and targeted supplements he managed to reverse his condition to the point where at present no trace of cancer is detectable—without resorting to conventional treatments. His story became the subject of a peer-reviewed article in a medical journal. What diet worked for Glenn? What role did stress reduction play in his recovery? What nutraceuticals did he rely on? Why is Glenn reluctant to use the term “cure?” What’s the message for cancer sufferers? Click HERE for part 2.

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One Man’s Harvard-Documented Remission of Incurable Cancer Using Only Natural Methods, Part 2

Dr. Hoffman continues his conversation with Glenn Sabin about his remission from incurable cancer using only natural methods. Click HERE for part 1.

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