Ketogenic Diet

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ENCORE: Is completing a triathlon within your grasp? Part 1
July 7, 2020
At age 60, Sue Reynolds found herself overweight and exhausted. After a lifetime of yo-yo dieting, she weighed 335 pounds. Now, four years later, she has lost 200 pounds and is a competitive triathlete, ambassador for USA Triathlon. Sue describes what prompted her journey, how she slowly initiated exercise after a lifetime of sedentary habits. She relates how counting calories failed her, and what diet ultimately proved sustainable. How has she sustained her weight loss when so many overweight people have failed? What psychological obstacles did she overcome to envision herself as a normal weight person? How has triathlon competition solidified her commitment to a healthy lifestyle? Can anyone aspire to a triathlon, no matter what their age or previous conditioning? Learn why Sue eschewed crash dieting and embraced a program of slow, steady weight loss. How did coaching help her hone her athletic skills? Sue encourages people to visit www.mytimetotri.com to learn how they can set a personal goal to compete in a triathlon. She is currently writing an inspirational book about her experiences. Learn more at www.triathlon200.com and www.dreambigtriathloncoaching.com. Click HERE for part 2.



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ENCORE: Is completing a triathlon within your grasp? Part 2

Dr. Hoffman continues his conversation with Sue Reynolds of www.triathlon200.com. Click HERE for part 1.



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Intelligent Medicine Radio Show for February 29, Part 2
March 2, 2020
Leading presidential candidates are all 70 plus—are they fit for Presidency? What critical information is missing from Bernie Sanders‘ health disclosure? Caller with polyps asks for advice on preventing colon cancer; Is too much B12 bad for you? Protocol for reversing Barrett’s esophagus; Keto diet vs. polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS); Lavender products might induce premature breast development in young girls and boys; Work stress prompts back pain; Mom’s Vitamin D deficiency hikes kids’ risk for ADHD; Mushroom compound protects against pregnancy hypertension. Click HERE for part 1. Click HERE for articles and resources relating to this podcast episode.



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ENCORE: The Metabolic Approach to Cancer, Part 1
December 12, 2019
Nasha Winters, author of "The Metabolic Approach to Cancer: Integrating Deep Nutrition, the Ketogenic Diet, and Nontoxic Bio-Individualized Therapies," was diagnosed with advanced ovarian cancer and given two months to live in 1991 as a 19- year-old pre-med student. Instead, she embarked on an intensive study of the factors that promote cancer, and ways to alleviate them. Now, after consulting with thousands of cancer patients as a naturopathic physician board certified in oncology, she has developed an understanding of “The Terrain 10”, the decisive cancer influences. Why is the ketogenic diet beneficial? Is it for everybody? But doesn’t all that animal protein and fat drive cancer proliferation, as vegetarians claim? What role for the microbiome? Is there a Type C cancer personality? What additional supplements are helpful? What about mistletoe therapy? Click HERE for part 2.



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ENCORE: The Metabolic Approach to Cancer, Part 2

Dr. Hoffman continues his conversation with Nasha Winters, author of "The Metabolic Approach to Cancer: Integrating Deep Nutrition, the Ketogenic Diet, and Nontoxic Bio-Individualized Therapies." Click HERE for part 1.



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Q&A with Leyla, Part 2: Ketogenic Diet and Type 2 Diabetes
November 6, 2019
I find that if I don't eat before my morning workouts, I feel weak, even a bit irritable. Are these symptoms unusual?; What can I do to help my daughter deal with the later stages of congestive heart failure?; I have type 2 diabetes. Can I do a ketogenic diet?; Any warnings about using supplements for joint health? Click HERE for part 1.



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ENCORE: Intelligent Medicine Radio Show for August 31, Part 1
September 2, 2019
DUH story of the decade: “Processed Foods Might Make You Fat”—REALLY?!; Caller complains: “My doctor told me my blood sugar was too low on my keto diet.” Study of studies shows authors “spin” results to exaggerate benefits of cardiovascular drugs; Air pollution harms not just the respiratory tract, but “may be damaging every organ in the body.” An interview with Dr. Matthew Roberts, Chief Scientific Officer of Chromadex, makers of TRU NIAGEN on the benefits of nicotinamide riboside. Click HERE for part 2. Click HERE for articles and resources relating to this podcast episode.



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Strategies to Avoid Memory Loss, Part 1
July 9, 2019
One of America’s top integrative neurologists, Dr. Ken Sharlin, joins us to discuss innovative therapies for neurodegenerative diseases. His book, "The Healthy Brain Tool Box," “neurologist-proven strategies to avoid memory loss and protect your aging brain”. He weighs in on integrative approaches for Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s Disease, multiple sclerosis, seizure disorders, and migraines. Why has Big Pharma backed off of research for an Alzheimer’s cure? Is there an Alzheimer’s gene? Can lifestyle overcome heredity when it comes to neuro-protection? What supplements offer optimal brain protection? What role does homocysteine play? Ketogenic diet? Intermittent fasting? Exercise? Glutathione? Sulforaphane? Click HERE for part 2.



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Strategies to Avoid Memory Loss, Part 2

Dr. Hoffman continues his conversation with top integrative neurologist, Dr. Ken Sharlin. Click HERE for part 1.



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Q&A with Leyla, Part 2: Fatty Liver
May 8, 2019
I've been taking 5000 IU of vitamin D for the last year but my level is still in the low 20's! What gives?; Concerning the Keto diet, why does Dr. Atkins not get credited for introducing this way of eating?; Here in Finland, butter, coconut oil, and other saturated fats are implicated in fatty liver syndrome. Could you weigh in? Click HERE for part 1.



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