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Clinical Focus: Marijuana Pro & Con, Part 2
July 29, 2014
We examine the healing potential of marijuana and its derivatives. Studies suggest it is helpful for glaucoma, nerve pain, nausea and wasting syndrome, multiple sclerosis and certain seizure disorders among children. Some even claim it has anti-cancer effects. New purified cannabis oils and derivatives like cannabIdiol (CBD) hold potential for a wide variety of disorders including rheumatoid arthritis and ulcerative colitis/Crohn’s Disease, while minimizing the “stoner” effects.



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Clinical Focus: Cholesterol Lowering Supplements, Part 1
July 23, 2014
Does high cholesterol always need to be treated? Sometimes it's best to do nothing. Find out how to determine if you need to lower your cholesterol and what the best strategies are to do so.



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Clinical Focus: Cholesterol Lowering Supplements, Part 2

Dr. Hoffman continues his discussion of cholesterol. Does high cholesterol always need to be treated? Sometimes it's best to do nothing. Find out how to determine if you need to lower your cholesterol and what the best strategies are to do so.



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Clinical Focus: Adrenals, Part 1
July 15, 2014
Dr. Hoffman examines the function of the adrenals, the various hormones they produce, how to determine whether your adrenals are under- or over-active, what are the causes of adrenal problems, and how they relate to allergies, blood sugar problems, chronic fatigue, memory problems, depression and anxiety, and weight problems



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Clinical Focus: Adrenals, Part 2

Dr. Hoffman discusses strategies for addressing adrenal excess and insufficiency, including exercise, stress reduction, diet, vitamins and nutraceuticals as well as the work of adrenal pioneer Dr. William McKinley Jeffries



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Clinical Focus: Alzheimer’s Disease, Part 1
July 8, 2014
Lifestyle factors that impact Alzheimer’s Disease risk—diet, exercise, mental gymnastics, stress, sleep deprivation, negative effects of commonly-used prescription drugs and environmental pollution/heavy metal toxicity



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Clinical Focus: Alzheimer’s Disease, Part 2

Supplements for Alzheimer’s Disease



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Intelligent Medicine Podcast: Overcoming UNDERweight, Part 1
June 27, 2014
Dr. Hoffman talks to Hoffman Center supplement department manager Grimaldy Vargas who successfully overcame severe underweight to complete her 1st Spartan Race this month: What were the keys to her successful weight gain program? Grimaldy dishes on her diet, supplement and exercise program.



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Intelligent Medicine Podcast: Overcoming UNDERweight, Part 2

Dr. Hoffman discusses some of the reasons for underweight and successful strategies for addressing them.



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