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Intelligent Medicine Radio Show for June 29, Part 2
July 1, 2019
Is DEET safe for bug bite protection? Stem cells show promise for baldness cure; Celiac Disease vaccine strikes out; Binge-watching your favorite TV series may undermine your health; Nearly half of honey found adulterated with cheap sugar syrups; High LDL cholesterol associated with longevity in +60s; Chinese diet responsible for millions of deaths annually; 30 year study shows lifestyle modification reverses diabetes, extends longevity in insulin-resistant subjects; Americans ignore warnings, continue to consume processed meats; Patients with fibromyalgia have distinct pattern of gut bacteria; The over-the-counter supplement that may be a treatment for schizophrenia. Click HERE for part 1. Click HERE for articles and resources relating to this podcast episode.

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Leyla Weighs In: Vitamin K
June 28, 2019
It's not just for bone health: Vitamin K supplementation for inflammation, cardiovascular disease and neurodegeneration.

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ENCORE: The Impact of Nutrition on the Nervous System, Part 1
June 27, 2019
Metabolic Typing, Acid/Alkaline, and the impact of nutrition on the Autonomic Nervous System. Dr. Colin Ross was so impressed with the miraculous recoveries of Dr. Nicholas Gonzalez’s cancer patients that he sought to preserve his legacy. Why is it that some people thrive on a vegetarian diet, others become weak and sick? Conversely, Paleo or ketogenic diets work great for certain individuals, while others tolerate them poorly? The late Dr. Nicholas Gonzalez addresses this conundrum in his posthumously published book, "Nutrition and the Autonomic Nervous System." The book explains the Kelly Metabolic Types which range from Sympathetic Dominant to Parasympathetic Dominant, each calling for a specific diet and supplement regimen. It turns out that most solid tumors like pancreas and colon are responsive to a primarily vegetarian raw foods diet; patients with “blood cancers” like lymphoma, leukemia and multiple myeloma tend to be supported by diets higher in animal protein. For a Sympathetic Dominant, B12 and Calcium are counter-productive, but they benefit Parasympathetic Dominants; Conversely, magnesium, and potassium are great for Sympathetic Dominants, but Parasympathetic Dominants need less of these nutrients. Kelly’s scheme was refined by Dr. Gonzalez into a remarkably successful protocol for cancer and other challenging medical conditions with the incorporation of mega-doses of pancreatic enzymes and detoxification protocols like liver flushes and coffee enemas. Click HERE for part 2.

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ENCORE: The Impact of Nutrition on the Nervous System, Part 2

Dr. Hoffman continues his conversation with Dr. Colin Ross of the Colin A. Ross Institute. Click HERE for part 1.

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Q&A with Leyla, Part 1: June is Men’s Health Month
June 26, 2019
Enteral diet found helpful in children with Crohn's disease; June is Men's Health Month; My brother-in-law has a Hemoglobin A1c of 6.4 and was advised by his trainer to eat steel cut oats instead of regular oatmeal; What supplements should I take to prepare for dental implant surgery? Are there concerns about all the foreign material used?; What causes a low amino acid profile on the Nutri-Eval test? Click HERE for part 2.

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Q&A with Leyla, Part 2: HPV

My husband has osteoporosis and can't tolerate strontium because it makes him gag. Is there another remedy?; I take antibiotics for dental procedures due to my bilateral knee replacements and subsequent revisions; My last White Blood Cell count was 3.5. Should I be concerned?; Could you comment on the connection with HPV and cancer? Click HERE for part 1.

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Frozen Shoulder, Part 1
June 25, 2019
Everything you ever wanted to know about frozen shoulder, with noted movement specialist and sports medicine expert Dr. Arkady Lipnitsky. Why is this painful and debilitating syndrome so prevalent? How to determine if the diagnosis fits your symptoms; Why are women more likely to get it? What underlying metabolic and hormonal factors predispose to frozen shoulder? What are the drawbacks of conventional therapy with steroid injections? Discover the 3-step process that can free you from shoulder immobility and pain forever with a few simple treatments; What role for shock wave therapy? Iontophoresis? Deep tissue release? Dry needling? Anti-inflammatory supplements? Download a free, informative frozen shoulder e-book here: https://www.rebalancenyc.com/frozen-shoulder-pain-treatment-in-nyc/. Click HERE for part 2.

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Frozen Shoulder, Part 2

Dr. Hoffman continues his conversation with noted movement specialist and sports medicine expert, Dr. Arkady Lipnitsky. Click HERE for part 1.

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Intelligent Medicine Radio Show for June 22, Part 1
June 24, 2019
New study hails low-carb diet for diabetes—DUH!! After 20th Century gains, progress against cardiovascular disease has hit a wall—learn why; 1 in 7 heart deaths could be prevented—with fruits and vegetables; Adding fish oil to Plavix and aspirin—will it thin blood dangerously? Navy SEALs contemplate keto diet to offer performance edge; Could statin drugs or BP meds be causing this caller’s diarrhea? Colchicine for joint pain; Low vitamin D and estrogen promote heart disease in women; The human skull is changing in response to screen viewing. 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 June 22, Part 2

Probiotics containing soil-based organisms (SBOs) might pose hazards; Athletes THINK they know more about supplements and nutrition than they do; A caller wonders what’s up with the white spot in the back of his throat; A controversial start-up offers “vampire blood” as a pricey anti-aging treatment; Fecal transplants can be dangerous; Viral FB posts urge parents of autistic kids to try the “bleach cure”; Spending 2 hours per week in nature associated with health and mood benefits; Study reveals why antibiotics may not be the cure for persistent Lyme Disease; Those popular sleep trackers may give you “orthosomnia”; Low vitamin K linked to reduced mobility with aging. Click HERE for part 1. Click HERE for articles and resources relating to this podcast episode.

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