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Intelligent Medicine Radio Show for March 8 Part 2
March 10, 2014
Meat and dairy "as bad as smoking" for heart disease, cancer, and diabetes? Dr. H dissects the new headline-grabbing study, and finds it misleading, to say the least! Spring Detox—find your one-stop shop to biotransformation with the Core Restore program—a veritable detox-in-a-box! Plus listener questions on health, medicine, and nutrition. Click here for articles and resources relating to this podcast episode.

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Intelligent Medicine Radio Show for March 8 Part 1

Don’t super-size that cola! World Health Organization comes down on sugar—less than 1 soda per day, or five teaspoons of hidden, added sugar! Plus your phone calls on health, medicine, and nutrition. Click here for articles and resources relating to this podcast episode.

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Intelligent Medicine Podcast: Q&A with Leyla; combatting estrogen dominance syndrome
March 7, 2014
Q&A with Leyla: "Natural" pesticides as bad as synthetic pesticides? Treatment for carpal tunnel syndrome; combatting estrogen dominance syndrome; a tough case of deficiency anemia; the meaning of MTHFR genetic mutation; is MesoZeaxanthin preferable to regular zeaxanthin for eye protection?

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Intelligent Medicine Podcast: Healing Heart Disease
March 6, 2014
Holistic cardiologist Dr. Roy Heilbron discusses his new book, "“Healing Heart Disease with Chelation Therapy:” TACT, the Trial to Assess Chelation Therapy, showed that chelation therapy was safe and offered dramatic protection against heart disease. But disappointingly, it’s still considered an “alternative” therapy and is shunned by the cardiology establishment. Double standard in medicine?

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Intelligent Medicine Podcast: The low-down on “male enhancement” products
March 5, 2014
Dr. Geo Espinosa weighs in on the pros and cons of various natural sexual enhancers. Which ingredients work, and which are a hype; what does the actual science tell us? When to use Viagra-like drugs, and when to seek natural aids. And what products to avoid at all costs. Additionally, Dr. Espinosa offers a sensible critique of the latest headlines that claim vitamin E and selenium can increase the risk of prostate cancer.

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Intelligent Medicine Podcast: Do hospitals and the State have too much power over our medical care?
March 4, 2014
Diane O’Leary, Ph.D, medical ethicist and Executive Director of the Coalition for Diagnostic Rights, discusses the Justina Pelletier case: how medical authorities and government officials abrogated her parents' rights to pursue effective medical care for her mitochondrial disorder. A contempt of Court order against her father Lou Pelletier was just lifted, and she is being returned to the care of her original doctors. Do hospitals and the State have too much power over our medical care? Can they deny us the right to seek proper treatment and tell us “it’s all in your head”?

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Intelligent Medicine Radio Show for March 1 Part 2
March 3, 2014
Americans conspicuous in their food wastage; Manuka oil for skin care; the evolution of black skin; US child obesity rate down--but are we declaring victory prematurely? new US labeling regs only may offer window dressing instead of real reform. Plus listener Qs on diet for Coumadin and supplements for surgery. Click here for articles and resources relating to this podcast episode.

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Intelligent Medicine Radio Show for March 1 Part 1

Overzealous blood pressure control may be harmful to the elderly; Tylenol in pregnancy raises risk of hyperactivity in offspring; outlandish new diagnostic codes bedevil doctors; smoking raises risk of a cancer once thought not to be caused by tobacco; probiotics protect against America's most common liver disorder. Click here for articles and resources relating to this podcast episode.

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Intelligent Medicine Podcast: Q&A with Leyla; are peanuts dangerous?
February 28, 2014
Q&A with Leyla: Is oral chelation for real? What type of nutrition regimen is best for an aspiring triathlete? Are peanuts dangerous? Protein bars reviewed . . .

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Intelligent Medicine Podcast: Intestinal bacterial overgrowth
February 27, 2014
Everything you ever wanted to know about SIBO—Small Intestinal Bacterial Overgrowth: Dr. Allison Siebecker on if you have gas, bloating, belching, flatulence, cramps, diarrhea and/or constipation, you might have SIBO. What are the causes? How to test? How to treat? What roles do natural vs. prescription drugs play in the eradication of SIBO? What diets work best? Do probiotics help?

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