Cancer

Podcast
hoffmanpodcastlogo

Repairing Damaged Cells, A Powerful Healthy Aging Strategy, Part 1
April 24, 2018
Prof. Garth Nicolson is recognized as a pioneer in research on the mitochondria, the energy factories within cells. Mitochondrial dysfunction plays a role in a myriad of diseases, as well as in the aging process. Fatigue is its cardinal symptom. The mitochondria are implicated in chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS), fibromyalgia, Alzheimer’s Disease, chronic infections like Lyme Disease, Gulf War Syndrome, cardiovascular disease, metabolic syndrome and obesity, autism, and even some cancers. Prof. Nicolson has demonstrated that membrane lipid replacement therapy (LRT) with glycerolphospholipids (NT Factor) can facilitate recovery from many of these disorders. Clinical studies have demonstrated that LRT can increase energy levels by 40% or more. What companion nutrients also support mitochondrial performance? How much NT Factor do you need to take? How fast does it take effect? Prof. Nicolson shares exciting results of clinical trials he’s currently undertaking with LRT. Learn about NT Factor clinical trials by clicking HERE. Click HERE for part 2.



Share:



hoffmanpodcastlogo

Intelligent Medicine Radio Show for April 21, Part 2
April 23, 2018
A caller with autoimmune hepatitis seeks natural cures; Pasta is “healthy, helps you shed pounds”—but research promoted by the world’s largest spaghetti company to counter low-carb trend; Does a PSA of 17 mean cancer? Despite a recent calcium score of zero, a caller who experienced chest pain shoveling snow reports his doctor thinks he has heart problems—how can that be? Curcumin improves memory and mood; Low vitamin D levels predict diabetes risk; Increased exposure to environmental toxins may contribute to higher diabetes rates in minorities. Click HERE for part 1. Click HERE for articles and resources relating to this podcast episode.



Share:



hoffmanpodcastlogo

Leyla Weighs In
April 20, 2018
The top 10 culinary herbs for preventing and healing from cancer.



Share:



hoffmanpodcastlogo

Intelligent Medicine Radio Show for April 7, Part 2
April 9, 2018
New studies link cell phones to cancer; A caller with mitral valve prolapse and palpitations; Am I taking too much selenium? How obesity blunts taste sensations; Is “phytoplankton” superior to fish oil? Artificial sweeteners can worsen Crohn’s Disease; Health professionals are skeptical their lifestyle advice will be heeded; L-glutamine for sickle cell disease—but pharmaceutical companies jack up price 20-fold! Click HERE for part 1. Click HERE for articles and resources relating to this podcast episode.



Share:



hoffmanpodcastlogo

HPV Vaccines: The Risks vs. the Potential Benefits, Part 1
March 29, 2018
"Manufactured Crisis: HPV Hype & Horror"—the title of a new documentary (www.hpvvaxfilm.com) by the Alliance for Natural Health (ANH-USA.org). We talk to the producer Tim Reihm, Communications Director for ANH and Rob Verkerk, Executive and Scientific Director of ANH International. Why is there a need for this documentary? What are some of the side effects of the vaccine? Is it as effective as claimed? Can immunity wane after several decades? Doesn’t casting doubt on the safety and efficacy of the vaccine put the public at risk? Will there be an attempt to censor or suppress this documentary? Are there vested interests promoting the vaccine? Are they active in urging legislators to pass laws requiring compulsory vaccination? Why the visceral reaction to anyone perceived to be an “anti-vaxxer”? What’s are alternatives to the HPV vaccine in terms of cervical CA prevention? Click HERE for part 2.



Share:



hoffmanpodcastlogo

HPV Vaccines: The Risks vs. the Potential Benefits, Part 2

Dr. Hoffman continues his conversation with the producers of "Manufactured Crisis: HPV Hype & Horror," a new documentary by the Alliance for Natural Health. Click HERE for part 1.



Share:



hoffmanpodcastlogo

Intelligent Medicine Radio Show for March 10, Part 2
March 12, 2018
Is it a problem if someone has an inordinate craving for salt if they’re otherwise healthy? Is my dermatologist right in telling me that I take too many supplements? Can leucine stave of sarcopenia in senior women? What’s the story on the new shingles vaccine? How having children might shorten your telomeres; Air pollution linked to brain alteration that might affect children’s IQ and behavior; Authors of America’s premier medical textbook fail to disclose BigPharma payoffs; Over 3/4 million annual cancer cases worldwide are attributable to overweight and Type 2 diabetes. Click HERE for part 1. Click HERE for articles and resources relating to this podcast episode.



Share:



hoffmanpodcastlogo

Intelligent Medicine Radio Show for March 3, Part 2
March 5, 2018
Natural approaches for anxiety; Poor diet in early life may up risk for celiac disease; Gluten-free diet helps quell neuropathy pain; Essential fatty acids for dry eye; Eating nuts slashes colon cancer recurrences; Healthy diet curbs depression; Ketogenic diet for schizophrenia; Are natural, organic cigarettes really healthier? Click HERE for part 1. Click HERE for articles and resources relating to this podcast episode.



Share:



hoffmanpodcastlogo

Intelligent Medicine Radio Show for February 17, Part 1
February 19, 2018
The #1 drug for the flu is an epic-fail; Pregnant women deficient in vitamin D give birth to fatter children; Low blood pressure, frequent urination—is it ADH or AVP? Suggestions for tenacious mucus after the flu; IV vitamin C in the intensive care unit; Link confirmed between highly processed food and cancer; Does this non-stick pan make me look fat? Click HERE for part 2. Click HERE for articles and resources relating to this podcast episode.



Share:



hoffmanpodcastlogo

Intelligent Medicine Radio Show for February 17, Part 2

A caller newly-diagnosed with lung cancer seeks alternatives; Natural therapy for deep-seated gum infection; When doctors can’t find the cause of abdominal pain; Daily serving of leafy greens fends off cognitive decline; Even borderline blood sugars hike risk for dementia; Probiotics reduce kids’ eczema symptoms; Air pollution can disrupt menstrual cycles; Ginkgo works even in stroke survivors; The surprising reason for the surge in milk allergies. Click HERE for part 1. Click HERE for articles and resources relating to this podcast episode.



Share:



Facebook Twitter RSS Stitcher iTunes

TWITTER