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Toxicity & Pollution, Part 2
April 30, 2019
Dr. Hoffman continues his conversation with Health Expert and Master Educator, Dr. Ross Pelton, R.Ph, CCN about how the fight for the health of our planet relates to our inner health. Click HERE for part 1.

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Intelligent Medicine Radio Show for April 27, Part 1
April 29, 2019
Roundup’s harmful effects can be transmitted across generations to grandchildren, great-grandchildren; A caller is concerned that his high-fat diet has contributed to his high coronary calcium score; Does full-fat dairy promote atherosclerosis? Autophagy—how to promote it with intermittent fasting; School breakfast programs backfire in bid to curb childhood obesity; Late dinner and skipping breakfast a recipe for heart trouble; New fatty liver drug fails test, won’t earn approval; Heart patient in ambulance saved by pothole; Beware of “comfort-food”—high-calorie junk foods’ weight gain effects are amplified by stress; Weight lifting an hour a week may reduce heart attack and stroke risk by 40 to 70 percent. 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 April 27, Part 2

Excess sugar, readily-available pot, lack of exercise stoking epidemic of childhood and adolescent mental conditions—now afflicting 1 of 5. Can diet help avert surgery for diverticulitis? A caller isn’t aware her statin drug prescription may be responsible for her abnormal liver function tests; Elderberry compound helps minimize flu symptoms; Juice fast leaves Israeli woman brain-dead; Can testosterone be safely given to men after prostate cancer? Dark chocolate for high blood pressure; Keto diets help COPD patients breath easier; Food diaries may be the key to diet success; Vitamin C for blood sugar control; IBS sufferers press Congress for research dollars. Click HERE for part 1. Click HERE for articles and resources relating to this podcast episode.

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Leyla Weighs In: Vindication!
April 26, 2019
Vindication for the oral glucose tolerance test! Hemoglobin A1c misses many cases of diabetes - from The Endocrine Society annual meeting.

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ENCORE: Combating Dietary Misinformation, Part 1
April 25, 2019
Tom Naughton is an “edu-tainer,” committed to combating dietary misinformation in his books and films. After the recent success of his book and film “Fat Head,” he has written a sequel, "Fat Head Kids: Stuff About Diet and Health I Wish I Knew When I Was Your Age." What has prompted the current epidemic of obesity and diabetes in our kids and adolescents? How to impart a message of healthy eating without stigmatizing overweight kids? Tom shares his personal background of fighting overweight, and how he ultimately conquered it; Who’s at fault, misguided “experts,” or gluttonous consumers? What’s wrong with government policies that influence food choices? Is more legislation the answer? Are programs like “Let’s Move” missing the point? What’s Tom’s quibble with Morgan Spurlock’s “Supersize Me?” What’s Tom’s vision for a healthier America? Click HERE for part 2.

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ENCORE: Combating Dietary Misinformation, Part 2

Dr. Hoffman continues his conversation with Tom Naughton, author of "Fat Head Kids: Stuff About Diet and Health I Wish I Knew When I Was Your Age." Click HERE for part 1.

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Q&A with Leyla, Part 1: MRI Side Effects?
April 24, 2019
Using the rebel in adolescents to drive them towards healthy lifestyle choices; What side effects are there to an MRI with contrast? My father in law was advised to have this procedure every 3 months. Click HERE for part 2.

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Q&A with Leyla, Part 2: Morning v. Evening Vitamins

Is it okay to drink flavored seltzer?; I just found out the source of my perioral dermatitis is my toothpaste!; Can I use nut flours for baking purposes while on the Whole 30 diet?; My dad who has glaucoma was advised not to do any weight training exercises.; Are there vitamins that are particularly beneficial taken in the morning rather than the evening?; I'm on the Specific Carbohydrate diet but I'm losing weight I can't afford to lose - help! Click HERE for part 1.

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A reliable substitute for mammography? Part 1
April 23, 2019
Thermography, a controversial imaging technique, is the subject of today’s interview with Dr. Kristine Blanche, owner and operator the Integrative Healing Center of Long Island and New York City. What is thermography? In view of the limitations of mammograms, and women’s concerns about radiation exposure, is breast thermography an adequate and reliable substitute for mammography? What information does it render about the health and functionality of, not just the breasts, but other body parts? How does thermography offer women a breast health “report card”? If abnormalities are found, but no cancer is detected with standard imaging techniques, are there natural ways women can optimize their breast health to prevent cancer? What roles for diet, exercise, supplements, stress reduction? What are xenoestrogens, and how can women minimize their exposure? Click HERE for part 2.

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A reliable substitute for mammography? Part 2

Dr. Hoffman continues his conversation about Thermography, a controversial imaging technique, with Dr. Kristine Blanche, owner and operator of the Integrative Healing Center of Long Island and New York City. Click HERE for part 1.

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