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The Obesity Paradox, Part 2
July 22, 2014
Dr. Hoffman continues his discussion with Dr. Chip Lavie, author of a controversial book that posits that sometimes those excess pounds may be not really all that bad.

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Intelligent Medicine Radio Show for July 19, Part 1
July 21, 2014
Meet the 3rd year medical student who wants to take down Dr. Oz; why do New Yorkers live longer than most other Americans? 105 year-old woman becomes oldest person to throw out first pitch in MLB game--but a newly-discovered 126 year old Brazilian man makes her look like a spring chicken! GMO-free supplements--what are some of the challenges? Fish oil vs. ALS; cinnamon vs. Parkinson's; fasting before lipid panel called unnecessary. Click here for articles and resources relating to this podcast episode.

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Intelligent Medicine Radio Show for July 19, Part 2

The niacin controversy--is niacin dead and buried as a cholesterol-lowering supplement after a widely-publicized study questions its safety and effectiveness? Organic foods--a new study confirms they are safer and healthier than conventional produce--this after recent studies questioning its benefits. Why the sudden about-face? Click here for articles and resources relating to this podcast episode.

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Q&A with Leyla, Part 1
July 18, 2014
Dr. Hoffman and Hoffman Center Nutritionist Leyla Muedin answer your questions. Today's topics include organic vs. conventional foods; diet/lifestyle to preserve telomere length; melatonin dangerous for Hashimoto’s? Submit your questions for future podcast episodes at RadioProgram@aol.com.

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Q&A with Leyla, Part 2

Cod liver oil: Fermented? For Parkinson’s? Drinking fluid while eating. Good books for natural/conventional medicine. Fish oil: enteric-coated vs not

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Diet to Starve Cancer, Part 1
July 17, 2014
Is Dr. Thomas Seyfried’s widely-embraced ketogenic diet the way to “starve” cancer or just a passing fad? Nutritionally-oriented cancer specialist Dr. Nicholas Gonzalez weighs in with a critique of the current push to put ALL cancer patients on an ultra low-carb diet replete with animal protein and saturated fat. Is the "answer to cancer” a plant-based vegetarian diet? Learn how Dr. Gonzalez has achieved remarkable success treating challenging cancers using the Kelly Method’s way of tailoring diet to different types of malignancy, by cancer type and individual requirements. And for more, check out the Natural Health 365 web site.

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Diet to Starve Cancer, Part 2

Dr. Hoffman continues his conversation with Dr. Nicholas Gonzales about his remarkable success treating challenging cancers with diet.

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Clinical Focus: Adrenals, Part 1
July 15, 2014
Dr. Hoffman examines the function of the adrenals, the various hormones they produce, how to determine whether your adrenals are under- or over-active, what are the causes of adrenal problems, and how they relate to allergies, blood sugar problems, chronic fatigue, memory problems, depression and anxiety, and weight problems

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Clinical Focus: Adrenals, Part 2

Dr. Hoffman discusses strategies for addressing adrenal excess and insufficiency, including exercise, stress reduction, diet, vitamins and nutraceuticals as well as the work of adrenal pioneer Dr. William McKinley Jeffries

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Intelligent Medicine Radio Show for July 12, Part 1
July 14, 2014
East Side celebrity doc indicted for self-prescribing pain meds; don't spray sunscreen on kids; vitamin D vs. heart disease and cancer; the only exercise proven to boost weight loss in women; ladies: "routine" annual GYN exams may be obsolete. Click here for articles and resources relating to this podcast episode.

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