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ENCORE: High-Dose IV Vitamin C for Cancer, Infections, and Cardiovascular Disease, Part 1
March 19, 2020
With its relevance to bolstering our immune defenses against the Coronavirus, we're reprising this episode about IV Vitamin C. The enormous potential of intravenous vitamin C: Dr. Jeanne Drisko, veteran integrative medicine practitioner and academic researcher, discusses the benefits of high-dose IV vitamin C for cancer, infections, and cardiovascular disease. What does the research show? Why has mainstream medicine been so hesitant to embrace this therapy? What are some of the factors that are limiting the availability and driving up the cost of IV drips? Natural medicine is becoming increasingly popular; Dr. Drisko tells us what she likes—and doesn’t like—about current trends, and what’s really needed to fundamentally transform the health of Americans. Click HERE for part 2.



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Leyla Weighs In: Chelation Therapy
January 10, 2020
Nutritionist Leyla Muedin tackles this listener question: "One of my tests shows high levels of mercury, lead, and arsenic. Would I be a good candidate for chelation therapy?" Plus, blue light may not be as disruptive to sleep patterns as previously thought; Half the population projected to be obese by 2030.



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Q&A with Leyla, Part 1
May 23, 2018
Time-restricted feeding helps with insulin sensitivity and lowers blood pressure. Ever Since I’ve been a teenager, my stomach protrudes. Recently I suffered a stomach virus and the problem went away. What gives? Can you get enough vitamin D if you spend a half hour in the sun in northern California during summer? How beneficial is magnesium malate in chelating heavy metals from the body? Which type of magnesium should I take at night for sleep? Click HERE for part 2.



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Intelligent Medicine Radio Show for April 1, Part 2
April 3, 2017
How high doses of vitamin C curtail cold symptoms; Pricey new cholesterol drugs have only moderate effects on heart risks; How effective are knee injections for osteoarthritis? Is the "NJ Diet" program any good? Are statins worthwhile for heart patients over 80? Is vitamin K compatible with blood-thinning meds? Rating "oral chelation" products; CoQ10 vs. metabolic syndrome. Click HERE for part 1. Click HERE for articles and resources relating to this podcast episode.



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Chelation Therapy’s Dramatic Effects, Part 1
January 21, 2016
Remember the big story about 2014’s TACT Study (the Trial to Assess Chelation Therapy)? Well, in light of its success, now there’s going to be a followup study, TACT 2. Dr. Tony Lamas, the TACT Director, joins us to discuss the implications of the original TACT Study, and what we can expect from TACT 2. The results of TACT were a surprise to the medical community—they strongly suggest that intravenous chelation with EDTA can reduce the risk of subsequent cardiac events in heart attack sufferers. The protective effect was particularly dramatic in diabetic patients. Why were the results greeted with such skepticism? Why isn’t chelation now being embraced by the medical community? Now that we know chelation works, do we know how? What additional information is being sought in TACT 2? What insights does TACT bring us for our understanding of how environmental heavy metals like lead and cadmium promote disease? Were the vitamins that patients took in the TACT Study beneficial? Click HERE for part 2.



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Chelation Therapy’s Dramatic Effects, Part 2

Dr. Hoffman continues his conversation with Dr. Tony Lamas, Director of TACT (the Trial to Assess Chelation Therapy). Click HERE for part 1.



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