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Sports Nutrition: Nutrients for Performance and Endurance, Part 2
December 15, 2020
Dr. Hoffman continues his conversation with Brent Luycks, a former Belgian champion cyclist who is the founder of 4Gold, a company focused on the enhancement of athletic performance. Click HERE for part 1.

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Q&A with Leyla, Part 2: Is it possible to catch Covid from someone who is newly vaccinated?
December 9, 2020
In your opinion, is organic virgin olive oil better than non-organic olive oil?; My husband has diabetes and high blood pressure despite eating correctly and exercising. What else can he do--is it his genes?; Is it possible to catch covid from someone who is newly vaccinated?; Study reveals connection between gut bacteria and vitamin D levels. Click HERE for part 1.

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Intelligent Medicine Radio Show for December 5, Part 1
December 7, 2020
New research reveals COVID-19 may have been circulating as early as late 2019; What that means for prospects for herd immunity; Exercise may generate antioxidant compound protective against severe COVID-19; Natural chemicals in foods may inhibit a key SARS-Cov-2 enzyme; Can all those disinfectants be unnecessary/harmful? Does the “Copper-Zapper” protect against viruses? Diet soda no better than regular soda for heart health; Even short bouts of exercise boost metabolic health. Click HERE for part 2. Click HERE for articles and resources relating to this podcast episode.

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Intelligent Medicine Radio Show for December 5, Part 2

Glucosamine outperforms exercise for longevity benefits; Hyperbaric oxygen shows strong anti-aging effects; Solutions for nighttime bathroom trips; Are supplements with soy-derived ingredients permissible on Whole30 diet? Federal court nixes approval of GMO salmon; Mothers’ lifestyle predicts when offspring will have their first heart attack or stroke; Vitamin D vs. the metabolic syndrome; CBD found not to impair driving. Click HERE for part 1. Click HERE for articles and resources relating to this podcast episode.

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ENCORE: One of the Worst Treated Conditions in Western Medicine, Part 1
December 3, 2020
Dr. Sarah Myhill is one of Britain’s foremost experts on Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS), or as it’s sometimes referred to there, Myalgic Encephalitis (ME). In her book, “Sustainable Medicine,” she claims that “CFS is one of the worst treated conditions in Western Medicine.” Patients are sometimes told to just exercise, or undergo psychotherapy, to recover. Myhill vociferously disagrees, asserting: “Its mitochondria, not hypochondria!” She dismisses the notorious PACE study, which had become the standard of care for CFS sufferers with “graded exercise,” as scientific fraud. How do you repair the mitochondria and boost their function? Why is the Paleo-Ketogenic Diet central to recovery? What does the ATP profile test tell us about mitochondrial function? Dr. Myhill’s pioneering studies document objective improvements in patients’ cellular energetics, in addition to subjective reports of symptom amelioration. What are the five basic supplements she recommends? Why are support of thyroid and adrenal function critical? What role for sleep? How do infections undermine mitochondrial efficiency? Why is detoxification so important for some CFS sufferers? How do heat treatments and chelation help? Dr. Myhill continues to campaign for the rights of CFS patients to be properly diagnosed and treated in the face of what she terms “systemic medical abuse.” Click HERE for part 2.

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ENCORE: One of the Worst Treated Conditions in Western Medicine, Part 2

Dr. Hoffman continues his conversation with Dr. Sarah Myhill, one of Britain’s foremost experts on Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS) and author of "Sustainable Medicine: Whistle-Blowing on 21st-Century Medical Practice." Click HERE for part 1.

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ENCORE: Intelligent Medicine Radio Show for November 28, Part 2
November 30, 2020
Walking to work beats a casual stroll; High glycemic index (GI) proven to hike heart risk; Mexico bans soft drink sales to kids in effort to curb obesity; Natural treatment of acid reflux; Breast implant illness—is it real? Is there a way to avoid hernia surgery? Screen time associated with poor diet, health; Study reveals only one in ten medical treatments backed by solid evidence; What could be causing numbness in fingertips? 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: Melatonin and COVID-19
November 25, 2020
Happy Thanksgiving!; Study: Glyphosate may affect human microbiota; What do you think of desiccated liver for athletic endurance?; What do you think of the potential of melatonin in treating Covid-19? Click HERE for part 2.

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Intelligent Medicine Radio Show for November 14, Part 2
November 16, 2020
Phosphatidylcholine and vitamin D vs. dementia; How could it be that a superbly-trained marathoner still develops hypertension? DMSO for inflamed Achilles’ tendons; What to do for a low white blood cell count? Surprise billing for colonoscopies; Could excess B12 be causing your adult acne? Top US nutritionists call for rescinding limits on saturated fat; Positive outlook predicts less memory 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 November 7, Part 1
November 9, 2020
Study says presidential election results may impact mental health (ya think?!); Supplements for cirrhosis; Medical board dismisses charges against doctor who prescribed hydroxychloroquine; Face masks don’t hinder breathing during exercise, study finds; Benefits of tart cherry concentrate for endurance exercise; For claudication—is it pycnogenol or policosanol? 80% of patients admitted to hospital with COVID-19 have vitamin D deficiency; Calcium level 10.4—is it a problem? Glucosamine—bad for diabetes? Click HERE for part 2. Click HERE for articles and resources relating to this podcast episode.

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