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Q&A with Leyla, Part 1
August 1, 2014
Dr. Hoffman and Hoffman Center nutritionist Leyla Muedin answer your questions. Some of the topics they cover today are AJCN studies on breakfast; the benefits of D-ribose; vitamin D and melanoma

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Q&A with Leyla, Part 2

Benefits of Ostinol for bone health; niacin and liver function; where to get vitamins in the UK? Supplements for brain health after DCing Effexor.

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Are supplements worthless? Part 1
July 31, 2014
Are vitamin and mineral supplements worthless? Are antioxidants dangerous? We turn to Dr. Balz Frei, Professor of Biochemistry & Biophysics, Director of the Linus Pauling Institute at Oregon State University for answers. Was Linus Pauling wrong about taking vitamin C at high doses to “bowel tolerance”?How much vitamin C can the body absorb at a time? Could intravenous vitamin C prove helpful for cancer? Is there a problem with the research methods we currently rely upon to evaluate the efficacy of vitamins and supplements? Should cancer patients getting chemo or radiation stop taking their vitamins?

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Are supplements worthless? Part 2

Dr. Hoffman continues his conversation with Dr. Balz, Professor of Biochemistry & Biophysics, Director of the Linus Pauling Institute at Oregon State University.

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Clinical Focus: Marijuana Pro & Con, Part 1
July 29, 2014
In the wake of this week’s NY Times editorial calling for the legalization of marijuana (July 27, 2014 “Repeal Prohibition, Again”), we look at the pros and cons behind marijuana use. In Part 1 we examine the harms: Does marijuana impair brain development and IQ? Is it addictive? Is it a “gateway drug?” Is it really LESS harmful than alcohol? Does it promote "amotivational syndrome?" Is it changing kids’ brains? Is there such a thing as “reefer madness?” Is it less harmful to the lungs and heart than cigarettes?

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Clinical Focus: Marijuana Pro & Con, Part 2

We examine the healing potential of marijuana and its derivatives. Studies suggest it is helpful for glaucoma, nerve pain, nausea and wasting syndrome, multiple sclerosis and certain seizure disorders among children. Some even claim it has anti-cancer effects. New purified cannabis oils and derivatives like cannabIdiol (CBD) hold potential for a wide variety of disorders including rheumatoid arthritis and ulcerative colitis/Crohn’s Disease, while minimizing the “stoner” effects.

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Intelligent Medicine Radio Show for July 26, Part 1
July 28, 2014
Four decades after Woody Allen's "Sleeper," a real-life "Orgasmatron" is patented; steroid injections for spinal stenosis found to be of limited value; conclusive proof that dogs and trees are good for your health; PETA offers bounty to broke Detroiters to test-drive vegan diet; vouchers for farmers' markets may boost healthy produce consumption in low-income families; no need for morning blood tests when checking testosterone in most men. Click HERE for articles and resources relating to this podcast episode.

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Intelligent Medicine Radio Show for July 26, Part 2

Intravenous Vitamin C prolongs survival in cancer patients receiving chemo; researchers hot on the track of the ultimate probiotic--it helps you shed pounds! A smartphone app that tracks changes in your microbiome; what if the government was to outlaw innovative medical tests that you and your doctor need to diagnose your complex medical problems? Click HERE for articles and resources relating to this podcast episode.

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Healthcare Freedom, Part 1
July 24, 2014
The Alliance for Natural Health is America's premier grassroots organization defending health freedom. Dr. Hoffman interviews Tim Reihm, ANH Director of Communications & Outreach, about some of the pressing issues on the natural healthcare front: a new initiative spear-headed by a medical student to muzzle freedom of speech when it comes to non-conventional therapies; an effort by the Feds to restrict access to compounding pharmacies that prepare special medications, bio-identical hormones, and ingredients for nutritional IVs and chelation; new proposed rules that will outlaw certain tests deemed "unproven" by regulators, onerous vitamin labeling requirements, and more.

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Healthcare Freedom, Part 2

Dr. Hoffman continues his conversation with Tim Reihm about some of the pressing issues on the natural healthcare front.

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