Dr. Leo Galland

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ENCORE: Dr. Leo Galland’s “The Allergy Solution,” Part 1
November 25, 2016
Dr. Leo Galland’s, "The Allergy Solution: Unlock the Surprising, Hidden Truth About Why You Are Sick and How to Get Well.” The book seeks to empower patients to discover the hidden causes of their allergic symptoms via a detailed self-questionnaire, and to remediate them. Dr. Galland goes beyond sneezing, wheezing, and itching to characterize a wide variety of maladies and afflictions as allergic in origin. Why are allergies so much more pervasive in modern times? Allergies can be divided into indoor, outdoor and internal; Outdoor allergies comprise pollens, molds, animal dander and industrial pollutants; indoor allergies are on the rise due to our toxic home and work environments; and internal allergies arise when we turn our disrupted GI tracts into portable allergy factories. Poor diet, over-dependency on medications, and toxic chemicals create a perfect storm for allergies. Dr. Galland explains the rationale for a 3-day “Power Wash” which he administers to new patients to unmask dietary allergic triggers and revive their detoxification pathways. What role do “leaky gut” and “dysbiosis” play in promoting allergies? Why are probiotics alone not enough to restore GI balance for allergy sufferers? Dr. Galland discusses the 5 major food culprits: wheat, corn, soy, dairy and yeast; What role do dietary bioflavonoids from fruits, vegetables and spices play as potent allergy quenchers? How do allergies lead to a vicious cycle of weight gain and inflammation? Can brain allergies be responsible for depression, ADHD, brain-fog, even psychosis? Fascinating case studies from Dr. Galland’s practice illustrate the power of proper allergy sleuthing. Click HERE for part 2.



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ENCORE: Dr. Leo Galland’s “The Allergy Solution,” Part 2

Dr. Hoffman continues his conversation with Dr. Leo Galland about the hidden causes of allergic symptoms. Click HERE for part 1.



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Why is Lyme Disease so hard to diagnose? Part 1
June 30, 2015
Lyme Disease and co-infections: How can you tell whether patients still have Lyme Disease, or, as conventional Infectious Disease doctors suggest, are just suffering from "Post-Lyme Syndrome?" Could they be suffering the deleterious effects of all the antibiotics they received? Are tests accurate? Is there a role for natural therapies in the treatment of Lyme Disease: Nutrients for mitochondrial support or gut repair? Hyperthermia? Oxidative therapies like ozone, hydrogen peroxide, hyperbaric oxygen, or IV vitamin C? Herbs that kill or inhibit Lyme or other pathogens? Do some doctors over-treat patients with suspected infections to their detriment? Click HERE for part 2.



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Why is Lyme Disease so hard to diagnose? Part 2

Dr. Hoffman continues his conversation with Dr. Leo Galland about Lyme Disease and co-infections. Click HERE for part 1.



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Intelligent Medicine Podcast: Dr. Leo Galland on Lyme Disease, Part 2
June 10, 2014
Dr. H continues his discussion with Dr. Leo Galland on Lyme Disease: Is it more prevalent than is admitted by the medical establishment?



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Intelligent Medicine Podcast: Dr. Leo Galland on Lyme Disease, Part 1

Dr. Leo Galland, founder of PillAdvised, weighs in with the latest on Lyme Disease: Is it more prevalent than is admitted by the medical establishment? Why are current diagnostic tests inadequate? Why do some patients who receive “correct” treatment stay sick? Is it just a matter of prescribing the correct combo of antibiotics, or do integrative strategies come into play? Can antibiotics leave patients sicker? Dr. Galland previews an upcoming free webinar that will provide a comprehensive update on Lyme Disease and related co-infections.



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Intelligent Medicine: Dr. Leo Galland
July 20, 2013
Interview with Dr. Leo Galland, creator of PillAdvised.com, a website devoted to drug nutrient interactions: How the supplements you're taking can help--or get in the way of--your medications.



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