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Intelligent Medicine Radio Show for July 6, Part 1
July 8, 2019
Why people don’t lose weight when they exercise; Is strontium helpful for hip arthritis? Overcoming fibromyalgia; Pesticides and gut bacteria linked to depression; Adding UV light to henhouses boosts vitamin D in eggs; Eat nuts—get sexier? Austria becomes first nation to ban Round-Up over cancer risk. 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 July 6, Part 2

Antibiotics render people more vulnerable to flu virus, increase cardiovascular risk in older women; China controls 80% of world’s drug supply; Scientific evidence that clutter causes anxiety; Good bacteria suppress food allergies; The blood test you’ve never heard of that can predict whether you can forego statins; Coronary calcium score bests cholesterol measurement for heart risk assessment; Fast-tracking approval of pricey new drugs that don’t prolong life; A clinical trial will explore whether NT Factor alleviates fibromyalgia complaints; A test-drive of the Impossible Burger. 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 February 23, Part 2
February 25, 2019
Kyolic Aged Garlic Extract shown to reduce periodontal disease, gingivitis; Take your microbiome for a run—but consider the low FODMAP diet if you suffer GI distress during exercise; Persistent dizziness, headaches after a concussion; Health benefits of monolaurin; “Watchful waiting” for prostate cancer gains traction; Triclosan in deodorant soaps, hand wipes, mouthwash, toothpaste and other consumer products promotes antibiotic-resistant bacteria; Nuts vs. pancreatic cancer; Berberine’s powerful cholesterol-lowering effects. Click HERE for part 1. Click HERE for articles and resources relating to this podcast episode.



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Fending Off Neurodegenerative Diseases, Part 1
February 14, 2019
Board-certified neurologist, Dr. Phillipe Douyon, creator of the BrainFit™️ app, joins us to talk about ways to support brain health and fend off neurodegenerative disease. We needn’t be resigned to progressive loss of brain function with aging, because new findings about neuroplasticity reveal that the brain can remodel and rejuvenate itself, actually regenerating brain cells and neural circuits. Dr. Douyon reveals why, with the limited success of drugs for conditions like Parkinson’s and ALS, we need to invoke a comprehensive lifestyle program to address brain health. This comprises sleep, stress reduction, exercise, social connection, avoidance of toxins, and diet. Even poor dental hygiene may influence brain health. Among the supplements that are helpful are fish oil, curcumin, B vitamins and antioxidants like alpha lipoic acid. Dr. Douyon, who specializes in the treatment of epilepsy reveals the role of ketogenic diets in patients who don’t respond to conventional treatment? Are refined carbs and gluten really potentially harmful to the brain? What role for the microbiome in brain health? Which drugs are memory robbers? Can statins have harmful effects on the brain? Try Dr. Douyon’s BrainFit™️ app by clicking HERE. Click HERE for part 2.



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ENCORE: Could this diet fix your GI problems? Part 1
February 7, 2019
Danielle Capalino, MSPH, RD is the author of “Healthy Gut, Flat Stomach: The Fast and Easy Low-FODMAP Diet Plan.” What is the low FODMAP diet? What does FODMAP stand for? Who’s a candidate to try the low FODMAP diet? Why is low-FODMAP not really a diet, but rather a diagnostic tool to identify the specific triggers of your digestive problems? What causes gas, bloating, and abdominal cramps? How does avoidance of FODMAP foods alleviate symptoms? How does FODMAP intolerance differ from a true allergy? Is is possible that the relief some people get from a gluten-free diet is due to avoidance of FODMAPs in wheat? How is it different from a regular low-carb diet? How can the low-FODMAP diet help sufferers of SIBO (small intestine bacterial overgrowth)? How strictly do you have to adhere to the diet to obtain relief? Does it allow any sugar or carbohydrates? Is it a lifetime plan? What’s left to eat? What resources are available to support patients undertaking a low-FODMAP diet? Click HERE for part 2.



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ENCORE: Could this diet fix your GI problems? Part 2

Dr. Hoffman continues his conversation with Danielle Capalino, MSPH, RD and the author of “Healthy Gut, Flat Stomach: The Fast and Easy Low-FODMAP Diet Plan.” Click HERE for part 1.



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ENCORE: Gastrointestinal Health, Part 1
November 29, 2018
Everything you ever wanted to know about gastrointestinal health with Thomas Guilliams, Ph.D. Why is the GI tract central to overall health? What role for hydrochloric acid and digestive enzymes? With all the choices, how do you find the right enzyme supplement for you? What are the possible causes of IBS (irritable bowel syndrome)? Is it “all in your head?” What is SIBO? How can it best be treated? What role does the low FODMAP diet play in addressing GI complaints? What is “Leaky Gut Syndrome?” Is “Candida” for real? What diet and nutraceutical treatments help patients with ulcerative colitis and Crohn’s Disease? Click HERE for part 2.



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ENCORE: Gastrointestinal Health, Part 2

Dr. Hoffman continues his conversation with Thomas Guilliams, Ph.D. with everything you ever wanted to know about gastrointestinal health. Click HERE for part 1.



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Q&A with Leyla, Part 1
November 21, 2018
Should my 66-year-old sister be concerned about elevated liver enzymes and LDL cholesterol? She eats organic eggs every day; Do gut bacteria make a second home in our brains?; Reduce meat intake to control diabetes? Click HERE for part 2.



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Internal & External Factors Affecting Immune Health, Part 1
October 16, 2018
How do we protect ourselves & our families from colds and flu this fall & winter? Martie Whittekin, a Board-Certified Clinical Nutritionist and the author of, "The Probiotic Cure," helps us to understand the INTERNAL and EXTERNAL factors that affect our immune system. Why do so many people seem to get colds and the flu more often in the wintertime? Bacteria and viruses do not “cause” a disease. It is a person’s weak immune system that allows the bacteria or virus to attack the host. Hear Martie's #1 natural therapy that she recommends for enhancing the immune system. Click HERE for part 2.



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