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ENCORE: The Deplorable State of Nutrition Science, Part 1
April 8, 2021
Dr. Richard Feinman is one of the deans of the low-carb movement. He is Professor of Cell Biology at SUNY Downstate Medical Center where he teaches medical students, and is author of "Nutrition in Crisis: Flawed Studies, Misleading Advice, and the Real Science of Human Metabolism." He takes aim at the deplorable state of nutrition science. Especially problematic are epidemiological studies which draw unwarranted inferences about what people should eat. Feinman challenges the “Diet-Heart Hypothesis” which he says has never been substantiated. He is author of an authoritative review supporting carbohydrate restriction as a means of controlling diabetes. His recent work is on ketogenic diets for cancer. Feinman describes the intense resistance his iconoclastic views have met within the nutrition establishment, but believes that low-carb dieting is engendering a paradigm switch. Click HERE for part 2.

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ENCORE: The Deplorable State of Nutrition Science, Part 2

Dr. Hoffman continues his conversation with Dr. Richard Feinman, author of "Nutrition in Crisis: Flawed Studies, Misleading Advice, and the Real Science of Human Metabolism." Click HERE for part 1.

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Leyla Weighs In: Vitamin A and Fat Burning
March 19, 2021
Vitamin A boosts fat burning in cold conditions; Drinking green tea and coffee daily linked to lower death risk in people with diabetes.

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Intelligent Medicine Radio Show for March 13, Part 2
March 15, 2021
Will COVID-19 variants elude the current vaccines? Does Daylight Saving Time pose hazards to health? Veterinary antibiotics—fit for humans? Now they tell us: Natural thyroid “worth studying”; Coffee and tea consumption reduce death risk in diabetics; Keto diet improves cognition in Alzheimer’s; Low zinc levels predict worse COVID-19 outcomes; Revised guidelines urge baseline colonoscopy at 45; UK social services puts kids into foster care because parents remiss in helping them lose weight. Click HERE for part 1. Click HERE for articles and resources relating to this podcast episode.

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Q&A with Leyla, Part 1: Gluten Sensitivity
March 3, 2021
Non-celiac gluten sensitivity - is that a thing? What about those pills that claim to help you digest gluten?; What do you recommend for my brother with diabetic neuropathy?; What approaches do you suggest for my friend who suffers from ankylosing spondylitis?; Is stevia a plant or an artificial sweetener? Click HERE for part 2.

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Intelligent Medicine Radio Show for February 27, Part 2
March 1, 2021
Are statin side effects imaginary? Gum disease sets stage for Covid complications and death; Do multivitamins do any good? 14-pound weight gain during Covid lockdown prompted this man’s GERD; Does a calcium score of 1000 necessitate cholesterol medication? Prediabetes hikes odds of brain decline; Hit piece claims supplements offer no Covid benefits. Click HERE for part 1. Click HERE for articles and resources relating to this podcast episode.

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Q&A with Leyla, Part 1: Menopausal Symptoms
February 10, 2021
The LDL buffer theory—why a high LDL may not be the whole ball game when it comes to heart risk; Is it okay to crush my glucosamine tablet and add it to my morning smoothie?; What can I do to lower my high fibrinogen levels?; I have diabetes and compromised digestion. Is whey protein a good meal replacement?; What can I do about my menopausal symptoms short of resorting to hormone replacement therapy? Click HERE for part 2.

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The Healing Attributes of Aloe for Skin and More, Part 1
February 4, 2021
The Benefits of Aloe. Dr. Michael Haley, nutritional chiropractor, believes gut health is central to wellness. He explains the science behind the healing attributes of aloe for skin conditions, GI problems, and even diabetes. Aloe is frequently used for treating burns and skin abrasions; it may also speed resolution of psoriasis, eczema, and lichen planus. The controversy arises over the use of aloe internally. Dr. Haley explains why some components of the aloe plant may have an irritative, laxative effect. Proper processing yields aloe fractions with more of the healing, anti-inflammatory benefits for conditions like GERD, ulcers, and colitis. Which is better—gel or juice? What about thickeners like carrageenan? Should aloe products be preservative-free? Unpasteurized? What about flavorings? Learn more at www.aloe1.com. Click HERE for part 2.

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The Healing Attributes of Aloe for Skin and More, Part 2

Dr. Hoffman continues his conversation with nutritional chiropractor Dr. Michael Haley. Click HERE for part 1.

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Intelligent Medicine Radio Show for January 16, Part 2
January 18, 2021
Weight vests work for weight loss; Is Covid responsible for increasing rates of high blood pressure? Nutritional prevention for skin cancer; Is it safe to drink rainwater or snowmelt? Diet for GERD; Ditch sugar for Barrett’s esophagus; Breast-feeding women threaten their babies’ brain development if they consume too many sodas/fruit drinks; Fruit and vegetable intake curbs frailty in seniors; Yogurt consumption protects against colon cancer; Selenium needs to be part of an effective antioxidant formula; Low-carb diet scores vs. type 2 diabetes; Metformin reduces severity of Covid-19. Click HERE for part 1. Click HERE for articles and resources relating to this podcast episode.

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