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Intelligent Medicine Radio for June 25, Part 2: Long Covid—Probiotics May Speed Recovery
June 27, 2022
Is there evidence that CBD causes gynecomastia? Any value to eye health supplements? Is it Long COVID, or just usual persistent symptoms from respiratory illness? Study implicates the microbiome in Long Covid—probiotics may speed recovery; Polio discovered in London wastewater may have escaped from oral polio vaccine; Doctor check-in software may harvest health data, sell to advertisers; Medical witch hunt: punish vaccine refuseniks, delicense “misinformation” docs, pass laws to prohibit medical free speech; A supplement that can reduce Alzheimer’s risk by 47%; You can regrow brain cells—even past 70. Click HERE for part 1. Click HERE for articles and resources relating to this podcast episode.



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Intelligent Medicine Radio for June 18, Part 2: Reversing Cognitive Decline
June 20, 2022
Is there a way of reversing cataracts without surgery? Federal court holds glyphosate approval unlawful citing health risks, environmental concerns; Ear wax—is there a diet connection? Dealing with coronary calcium; Reversing cognitive decline requires individualized therapy; Chinese weaponizing Covid tracking to stifle dissent. 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 May 14, Part 2
May 16, 2022
COVID’s legacy of censorship, cancellation; Best form of magnesium? Diet and acne; Total hysterectomy accelerates cognitive decline; 40 percent of American kids think hot dogs and bacon come from plants; Relief for chronic sinusitis; Physical activity sustains brain function—even a few minutes per day improves memory. Click HERE for part 1. Click HERE for articles and resources relating to this podcast episode.



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Intelligent Medicine Radio Show for May 7, Part 2
May 9, 2022
Do multivitamins deliver? Cholesterol 210, HDL 92, triglycerides 46—still need to reduce cholesterol? Calorie counting and exercise said to be futile for meaningful weight loss—but study is sponsored by drug company that makes popular new obesity meds! Use of fitness trackers soars, but exercise rates continue to plummet, particular for youth; The “active grandparent hypothesis”—why sustained physical activity enables humans to live and contribute way past reproductive age; “Paxlovid mouth” recognized as side effect of Pfizer’s Covid pill; FDA all but pulls J&J vax; Eye nutrients help ward off dementia; Measure waist/calf ratio to assess risk of cognitive decline. Click HERE for part 1. Click HERE for articles and resources relating to this podcast episode.



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Intelligent Medicine Radio Show for April 30, Part 2
May 2, 2022
Are rare deaths among young athletes tied to vaccine-induced heart damage? Following a Mediterranean diet during pregnancy curbs pre-eclampsia; Does supplemental calcium increase the risk of aortic valve stenosis? A caller asks if a second booster is warranted; Advice for gout; New study demonstrates nicotinamide riboside helps regenerate mitochondria; Why your running routine may fall into a rut—and how to amp up fat-burning; Researcher posits link between Wi-Fi and soaring rates of Alzheimer’s. Click HERE for part 1. Click HERE for articles and resources relating to this podcast episode.



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Leyla Weighs In: Reducing Your Risks of Dementia and Afib
April 8, 2022
A high fiber diet may reduce risk of dementia; Reducing stress may help manage atrial fibrillation.



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Q&A with Leyla, Part 1: Allergies and Reflux
March 23, 2022
Bicycling in Arizona; Will NAC protect me from CAT scan radiation? What about contrast with MRI?; What medication should I take to wean off Prolia?; Does Hydroxyzine HCl fall into the category of sleep aids that can cause Alzheimer's?; My 7-year-old son has many allergies and reflux. What would you recommend that's not simply a band-aid? Click HERE for part 2.



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Intelligent Medicine Radio Show for March 12, Part 2
March 14, 2022
The mystery of near-zero Alzheimer’s in Amazon tribes; Lead exposure may have shrunk IQs of half of Americans. What is glyphosate, and why avoid it? Pre- vs. Pro- vs. Post-biotics; CBD—is it good for shoulder pain? Study reveals attendance in pre-K ups likelihood of behavioral problems; Mindfulness training in expectant moms relieves stress—for offspring! Ubiquitous plant polyphenol halts SARSCoV-2 in it tracks; Eat less to age less. 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 February 5, Part 2
February 7, 2022
Unrestrained eating and GI cancers; Scientists unravel mystery of Alzheimer’s—impaired autophagy; The AMA goes woke; Alternatives to drugs for osteopenia; Can supplements overcome frailty? Aspirin use may hike risk of heart failure; Light drinking may not prompt atrial fibrillation; Moderate caffeine consumption reduces risk of gestational diabetes, enhances tracking of moving objects. Click HERE for part 1. Click HERE for articles and resources relating to this podcast episode.



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ENCORE: Treating Long Covid, Part 3
January 5, 2022
Continued from Tuesday, January 4. If you’re young and healthy and free of comorbidities, you may not be worried about being hospitalized or dying of Covid. But a new problem is emerging: Even sufferers of mild to moderate Covid continue suffering from a baffling array of debilitating symptoms for months on end. It’s been dubbed “long Covid” or “long haulers’ syndrome”. It’s estimated that 10 percent or more survivors of Covid will come down with it, and it may even hasten progression to dementia and Alzheimer’s Disease. Dr. Leo Galland has done intensive research on this subject, and we’re breaking precedent by going beyond our usual two-part format to do a four-part in-depth review of his findings, consisting of a practical action plan for sufferers of long Covid. The good news is that with the proper measures, there’s now hope for sufferers of long Covid. Dr. Galland offers detailed protocols for restoring mitochondrial function, rebalancing the microbiome, overcoming sleep problems and fatigue, and alleviating brain fog: Healing Long Covid - Leo Galland, M.D. For more of Dr. Hoffman's interview with Dr. Galland, click here: Part 1 Part 2 Part 4



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