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Leyla Weighs In: Sickeningly Sweet
June 14, 2019
High-fructose corn syrup's possible role in intestinal cancer; Muscle power, as opposed to muscle strength, might be key to long life.



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Intelligent Medicine Radio Show for June 8, Part 2
June 10, 2019
Chicken as bad as red meat when it comes to cholesterol—but does it matter? Decline in mitochondrial function might explain aging, memory loss; Should your daily goal really be 10,000 steps? Angels of death: German nurse, American doctor accused of killing scores of patients; Ironic origin of the meme “It’s not nice to fool Mother Nature”; Chinese doctors censured for altering DNA to produce HIV-proof babies; Excess Omega-3s in pregnancy may be harmful; Electronic medical records leave legacy of cost-overruns, dysfunction, medical errors, physician burnout. Click HERE for part 1. Click HERE for articles and resources relating to this podcast episode.



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Cryotherapy: Reboot the Brain and Body, Part 1
June 6, 2019
Cryotherapy with Dr. Daniel Fenster. How brief bouts of ultra-cold exposure can reboot the brain and body. Dr. Fenster is author of "Cryotherapy: The Secret to Staying Young" and clinic director of Complete Wellness NYC. How is it done? Is it safe? Are there medical contraindications? Why prominent professional athletes are flocking to cryotherapy to address injuries and facilitate recovery; How “thermal stress” promotes autophagy, a key anti-aging pathway; What cryotherapy can do to stimulate production of brown fat—the good, fat-burning kind; The role of cryotherapy in alleviating pain; Cold exposure’s mood-enhancing effects; Its surprising impact on sleep; Can it be used for fibromyalgia or arthritis? Why is it thought that cryotherapy may have cosmetic benefits? How many treatments does it take? Click HERE for part 2.



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Cryotherapy: Reboot the Brain and Body, Part 2

Dr. Hoffman continues his conversation with Dr. Daniel Fenster, author of "Cryotherapy: The Secret to Staying Young." Click HERE for part 1.



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Q&A with Leyla, Part 2: Starch Based Diet?
May 22, 2019
I want to take supplements for my memory but I hate to take gigantic pills - help!; I can't take fish oil supplements that smell and taste like fish. What can I do?; What supplements do you recommend for prostate cancer?; Can you tell me what you think about the starch-based diet by Dr. McDougall? Click HERE for part 1.



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Intelligent Medicine Radio Show for May 4, Part 2
May 6, 2019
Natural treatments for DOMS (Delayed Onset Muscle Soreness); Vitamin K vs. arthritis; Reversing fibrocystic breast disease; Positional vertigo; Gluten found in 32% of “gluten-free” restaurant samples tested with new portable device; Commuting by car while overweight is a health double whammy; Scientists develop new blood test for Chronic Fatigue Syndrome. Click HERE for part 1. Click HERE for articles and resources relating to this podcast episode.



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ENCORE: Intelligent Medicine Radio Show for April 20, Part 1
April 22, 2019
Eggs good, eggs bad—make up your mind! Why most health news is fake; The 88-year-old man who ate 25 eggs per day; Is cocoa good for Type 2 diabetes? Treatment of food poisoning; Mushrooms reduce the risk of cognitive decline by 50%. Click HERE for part 2. Click HERE for articles and resources relating to this podcast episode.



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ENCORE: Intelligent Medicine Radio Show for April 13, Part 1
April 15, 2019
Resistance training, swimming, and tennis fight aging; Does Stevia counteract Lyme Disease? Blueberries for blood pressure; Pomegranate juice for slowing memory decline. “PharmaBro” continues to direct his pharmaceutical empire from prison; Doc sends robot into ICU to inform patient he’s dying; Low-carb diets linked to atrial fibrillation—Really?? Pregnant women can slash their kids’ autism risk by taking a prenatal multi. Click HERE for part 2. Click HERE for articles and resources relating to this podcast episode.



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Ozone Therapy, Part 1
April 9, 2019
Ozone therapy is considered one of the more exotic modalities of Integrative Medicine, but today’s guest, Dr. Isadora Guggenheim (www.secondnaturecare.com) brings scientific rigor to its application to a variety of conditions. Guggenheim is a naturopathic physician (ND), as well as an RN and nutritionist. What’s the history of ozone therapy? How does it work? How can we reconcile its healing properties with concerns about ozone as a cause of respiratory injury? Doesn’t it generate free radicals when introduced into the body? Guggenheim explains the seeming paradox by marshaling evidence that medical ozone revs the body’s antioxidant defenses; ozone is a potent disinfectant, combatting viruses, bacteria and fungi alike. It also selectively targets cancer cells while sparing healthy cells. Athletes use ozone to boost performance; many patients attest to ozone’s energizing and mood-enhancing effects. What are the various ways ozone can be administered? What conditions respond to ozone? Does research support its safety and effectiveness? On a separate note, Guggenheim describes laser vaginal rejuvenation—The Mona Lisa Touch procedure—as an alternative to hormones for vaginal dryness and painful intercourse. Click HERE for part 2.



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Intelligent Medicine Radio Show for April 6, Part 2
April 8, 2019
April is National IBS awareness month; Gut sufferers seek political clout in D.C.; Is beer the next cancer-fighting functional food? Eating more fruits and vegetables protects men from cognitive decline; Polypharmacy is rampant in seniors and hikes risk of adverse drug interactions; A flawed study argues that most women could be candidates for powerful osteoporosis meds; Tea confers far-ranging mood-enhancing and cognitive-protective benefits. Click HERE for part 1.



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