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ENCORE: Intelligent Medicine Radio Show for December 23, Part 1
December 25, 2017
Sugary sodas and junk food top the shopping list of food stamp recipients; Gary Taubes new book, "The Case Against Sugar," argues that sugar is the world’s most popular addictive drug; Seniors who spend more time sitting shrink their telomeres, shorten their lives; Do “weekend warriors” garner the same exercise benefits as consistent exercisers? How alcohol ramps up appetite signals; What are the benefits of essential oils? A caller asks: “Why do I break out in an itchy rash when I eat too many sweets? 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 November 18, Part 2
November 20, 2017
Only 1 in 10 Americans eat enough fruits and vegetables; Are new blood thinners like Pradaxa and Xarelto safer and more effective than Coumadin for atrial fibrillation? The number one exercise for slowing the aging process; Sugary beverage consumption wanes, but not enough among high-risk populations to stem worldwide toll of 184,000 annual deaths; Getting a dog may save your life; Why psychologists should team with personal trainers to vanquish mood disorders; Mushrooms deliver potent anti-aging benefits; Researchers discover why the flu vaccine so often fails. Click HERE for part 1. Click HERE for articles and resources relating to this podcast episode.



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Intelligent Medicine Radio Show for November 11, Part 1
November 13, 2017
It’s cold outside—but cold exposure may confer many health benefits! What to do for kidney stones; Probiotics relieve anxiety; Excess body fat may neutralize chemo effectiveness; Gut bacteria may make or break your chance of response to cancer treatment; Reg’Activ probiotic selected as 2017 “Best of Supplements” for detox and cleansing; Walking—even just a little—may reduce your chance of dying; Do you have to avoid tomato-derived lycopene on a nightshade-free diet for osteoarthritis? 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 October 21, Part 2
October 23, 2017
If you have high cholesterol and high triglycerides but have negative scans, do you need to be on a statin? A zero score on a coronary calcium scan guarantees you 15 years of trouble-free mileage; Can you exercise yourself to death? Teeth whiteners—are they safe? Are long-term disability policies worth it? Will Nexium undermine your response to the flu vaccine? Is it necessary to quit coffee after a heart attack? Click HERE for part 1. Click HERE for articles and resources relating to this podcast episode.



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Q&A with Leyla, Part 1
September 27, 2017
Take a break from your diet....to lose weight! Soybean oil is obesogenic whereas coconut oil is not. What's a good, non-whey based protein shake I can take to support my weight training? Can coffee enemas negatively affect the gut microbiome? Are tanning beds beneficial at all for getting vitamin D during the winter months? Click HERE for part 2.



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Intelligent Medicine Radio Show for September 23, Part 1
September 25, 2017
A new "breakthrough" drug for heart disease prevention costs $200,000 per year and may cause fatal infections--are there natural alternatives? How to lower elevated C-reactive protein; A caller on the "Whole 30" diet wants to know why his blood tests appear worse; The 80:20 principle in exercise: just 30 minutes 5 days/week of moderate is nearly as good as 2 hours of strenuous every day; The hype behind those fruit/veggie pills; Natural therapies for Barrett's esophagus; Diet change more effective than meds for acid reflux; A caller needs advice on combatting cellulitis. Click HERE for part 2. Click HERE for articles and resources relating to this podcast episode.



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Functional Medicine with Dr. Josh Axe, Part 2
September 21, 2017
Dr. Hoffman continues his wide-ranging conversation with Dr. Josh Axe, a certified doctor of nutrition, a doctor of chiropractic, and a certified nutrition specialist. Click HERE for part 1.



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ENCORE: A Realistic Approach to Exercise, Part 1
September 14, 2017
The “no pain, no gain” exercise ethos has left many unfit Americans high and dry when it comes to exercise. We face unprecedented levels of obesity, diabetes, cardiovascular and other degenerative diseases attributable to our sedentary lifestyles, yet many who need it most have a hard time getting moving. Neuroscientist and motivational psychologist Dr. Michelle Segar has outlined a different, more realistic approach to exercise in her book “No Sweat: How the Simple Science of Motivation Can Bring You a Lifetime of Fitness.” She discusses why many exercise regimens fail, how health professionals miss the boat in communicating the need for physical activity, and practical ways that reluctant exercisers can reboot their fitness. What are the pitfalls of “body-shaping”, high-intensity interval training, and ultra-endurance events? Why are our current concepts of exercise creating a “fitness aristocracy” where the gulf between the high-performers and the sedentary is ever-widening? Why do we choose the wrong reasons for exercising? What if you hate exercise and have failed again and again at sticking to a fitness regimen? Dr. Segar provides workable alternatives suitable for everyone in “No Sweat." Click HERE for part 2.



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ENCORE: A Realistic Approach to Exercise, Part 2

Dr. Hoffman continues his conversation with Dr. Michelle Segar, author of "No Sweat: How the Simple Science of Motivation Can Bring You a Lifetime of Fitness." Click HERE for part 1.



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Intelligent Medicine Radio Show for September 2, Part 2
September 4, 2017
Coffee consumption cuts mortality risk--or does it? New smartphone app screens for cancer; Would niacin and magnesium help sleep? Supplements for congestive heart failure; Wobenzym for post-exercise soreness; Ulcerative colitis rates soar; Common disinfectant ingredients damage mitochondria; A listener shares positive results of supplementation for osteoporosis; Timing of daily protein intake staves off muscle decline in seniors; Increased carb intake lowers sperm counts. Click HERE for part 1. Click HERE for articles and resources relating to this podcast episode.



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