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Q&A with Leyla, Part 2
October 23, 2014
Which cooking methods oxidize the cholesterol in eggs? Natural therapies for psoriasis. “Spore” biotics vs. probiotics. Does eating meat raise IGF-1, thus raising the risk for cancer? Do vegetable oils turn quickly to body fat?

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Clinical Focus: Multiple Sclerosis, Part 1
October 22, 2014
What are the causes of MS? Why is it more prevalent in advanced Western societies? What are the conventional treatments? Are food intolerances involved? Is mercury the culprit? What do diet studies tell us? The Swank Diet (low saturated fat) vs. the Wahl’s Protocol (high saturated fat). Does stress play a role?

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Clinical Focus: Multiple Sclerosis, Part 2

My detailed protocol for MS: Diet, supplements, Low Dose Naltrexone (LDN), hormones, detox, stress reduction, exercise. What’s the right type of exercise for MS?

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Intelligent Medicine Radio Show for October 18, Part 1
October 20, 2014
Sugar consumption in adolescence linked to memory problems—are our teenagers lab rats in a vast, uncontrolled experiment? At the other end of the age spectrum, sugar avoidance and use of a medical food that feeds the brain with ketones shown to reverse Alzheimer’s symptoms; The Grapefruit Diet—new research suggests it actually help you lose weight; Antioxidant compounds in coriander prevent skin aging; Hormone Nazis to American men—no testosterone for YOU! Meanwhile across the pond, European health authorities confirm testosterone safety; The problem with touch-screen keyboards on tablets and phones—they could be a pain in the neck! Road warriors tend to pack on the pounds—a novel new theory as to why. Consumers tend to ignore calorie counts on food labels—here’s a new proposal to get people's attention. Click HERE for articles and resources relating to this podcast episode.

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Intelligent Medicine Radio Show for October 18, Part 2

Ebola confusion: Should we believe health officials' claims that it’s hard to catch? Will it continue to explode in Africa? Does it have the potential to spread to other impoverished regions of the world? Most importantly, will it create chaos in the U.S. in coming months? Are claims that natural products can help us fend it off legit? What role does intravenous vitamin C play in quenching viral infections? “Vampire” rejuvenation therapy—is there some truth to the notion that transfusions of young blood can fend off the ravages of aging? Scientists are honing in miracle substances in blood that may reach the marketplace within a decade. Click HERE for articles and resources relating to this podcast episode.

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Halloween Horrors, Part 1
October 16, 2014
Halloween Horrors: It’s not so much the gruesome costumes, it’s what’s going into the Trick or Treat bag. Chiropractor/nutritionist Dr. Lisa Sulsenti explores the toxic ingredients lurking in those tempting Halloween treats, and suggests healthier alternatives. A must-listen practical guide for parents and grandparents in the run-up to Halloween ’14.

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Halloween Horrors, Part 2

Dr. Hoffman continues his conversation with chiropractor/nutritionist Dr. Lisa Sulsenti exploring the toxic ingredients lurking in those tempting Halloween treats.

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Q&A with Leyla, Part 1
October 14, 2014
How to raise low blood platelet levels? How do I protect myself against CT scan radiation? Which testosterone reading is more important – Total or Free? How to treat C. difficile infections nutritionally

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Q&A with Leyla, Part 2

Coconut oil: friend or foe? Progesterone or acupuncture effective for osteoporosis? Prepping for a colonoscopy. How to take probiotics: with or without food?

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Intelligent Medicine Radio Show for October 11, Part 1
October 13, 2014
Amid confused government pronouncements about Ebola, is the Zombie Apocalypse upon us? Link between breast implants, cancer under renewed investigation; A natural supplement knocks out Human Papilloma Virus; Exercise flushes stress-causing proteins from the brain in adults and improves academic performance in kids; New study reinforces benefits of vitamin C for colds; Simple do-it-yourself home test to tell you whether you’ll survive the next five years; If you want an antibiotic from your doctor, what time of day should you schedule your appointment? Is the stress/cancer link for real? Does chiropractic care really relieve sciatica? Click HERE for articles and resources relating to this podcast episode.

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