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A Deep-Dive on Fish Oil, Part 1
November 13, 2018
“It’s time to rethink fish oil”—so say recent press articles that downplay the efficacy of Omega-3 supplements. Jolie Root, RN, Medical Educator for Carlson Laboratories, and host of the “Food for Thought” radio show, offers a balanced perspective on the findings of fish oil research—with over 35,000 publications as of 2018. What’s wrong with the recent “ASCEND” Study that erroneously purports to demonstrate that fish oil offers no benefit to diabetics? Is Krill oil a superior delivery system for Omega-3s? What about flax oil? What options are available for vegetarians? What benefits of fish oil for immunity? For prenatal nutrition? For neurodegenerative diseases? Is it true that fish oil must be avoided if you’re contemplating surgery or taking blood thinners? Click HERE for part 2.



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Intelligent Medicine Radio Show for June 9, Part 2
June 11, 2018
Supplements for cold prevention; PQQ for neuroprotection; Can you take colostrum if you’re allergic to dairy? Are there substitutes for prescription blood thinners in a frail 100-year-old? Nicotinamide riboside scores vs. Parkinson’s Disease; Exercise counteracts genetic susceptibility to obesity; Why GMO crops may worsen the epidemic of antibiotic resistance; Supplements for neuropathy; Cancer care twice as costly in U.S. vs. Canada, with outcomes similar. Click HERE for part 1. Click HERE for articles and resources relating to this podcast episode.



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The Nutraceuticals of the Decade? Part 1
May 1, 2018
There’s more to hemp than just CBD (cannabidiol). So says Carl Germano, expert on cannabinoids and Vice President of Verdant Oasis, a quality manufacturer and supplier of hemp-sourced products. Germano explains the “Entourage Effect” whereby numerous compounds in hemp act synergistically on a multitude of physiological pathways. Natural plant-derived cannabinoids have the potential to be the nutraceuticals of the decade. They have been used in folk medicine for nervous disorders and painful conditions for millennia. What’s their utility for headaches? For back pain? As an alternative to opiates and NSAIDs? For insomnia? To prevent and reverse osteoporosis? For ulcerative colitis and Crohn’s Disease? For skin problems? To support athletic performance and recovery? For neurodegenerative disorders? Even for cancer? Why has hemp been unfairly stigmatized? What’s its legal status? How do the various delivery systems compare: oral capsules, tinctures, vaping, vs. topical application? Germano details what consumers should look for in terms of quality considerations. As a postscript, in light of his authorship of The Osteoporosis Solution, Germano weighs in on the bone benefits of ipriflavone.



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CBD (Cannabidiol)—could it be the nutraceutical of the year? Part 1
March 27, 2018
Retired military physician and West Point graduate Philip Blair, MD is an internationally-recognized expert on CBD: What is it? Is it legal? Why are hemp sources of CBD preferred over marijuana-derived CBD? Will it make you high? Uncoordinated? Are there other untoward effects? Addiction or dependency potential? What does research tell us about the endocannabinoid system? Does CBD have the potential to alleviate pain and help curb the opioid epidemic? What can CBD do for anxiety, depression or PTSD? For head injuries? For neurodegenerative disorders? Seizures? As a sleep aid? GI ailments? What’s the basis of its anti-inflammatory effects? Can it address skin disorders and promote healing? Does it enhance athletic performance and speed recovery time? What’s the difference between tinctures, oral capsules, liposomal forms, topical lotions, and vaping solutions? Why is the “entourage effect” important? Can pets benefit from CBD? How do you evaluate the quality of CBD products? Click HERE for part 2. And click HERE for the article, "The Scientific Evidence Proving CBD’s Benefits," for more information.



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Intelligent Medicine Radio Show for March 3, Part 2
March 5, 2018
Natural approaches for anxiety; Poor diet in early life may up risk for celiac disease; Gluten-free diet helps quell neuropathy pain; Essential fatty acids for dry eye; Eating nuts slashes colon cancer recurrences; Healthy diet curbs depression; Ketogenic diet for schizophrenia; Are natural, organic cigarettes really healthier? 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 2
November 22, 2017
Do you have a working protocol for the treatment of acute sciatica pain? What degree of efficacy does osteopathic manipulative therapy offer? I've heard Leyla talk about taking L-glutamine for sugar cravings, but won't that also feed cancer? Click HERE for part 1.



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Q&A With Leyla, Part 1
September 20, 2017
Heath benefits of olives and olive oil. My 32-year-old son has problems with methylation, what supplements are helpful? Do "healthful" sweeteners like stevia and xylitol trigger insulin like sugar? How would you treat sciatica? Click HERE for part 2.



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The Impact of Nutrition on the Nervous System, Part 1
June 22, 2017
Metabolic Typing, Acid/Alkaline, and the impact of nutrition on the Autonomic Nervous System. Dr. Colin Ross was so impressed with the miraculous recoveries of Dr. Nicholas Gonzalez’s cancer patients that he sought to preserve his legacy. Why is it that some people thrive on a vegetarian diet, others become weak and sick? Conversely, Paleo or ketogenic diets work great for certain individuals, while others tolerate them poorly? The late Dr. Nicholas Gonzalez addresses this conundrum in his posthumously published book, "Nutrition and the Autonomic Nervous System." The book explains the Kelly Metabolic Types which range from Sympathetic Dominant to Parasympathetic Dominant, each calling for a specific diet and supplement regimen. It turns out that most solid tumors like pancreas and colon are responsive to a primarily vegetarian raw foods diet; patients with “blood cancers” like lymphoma, leukemia and multiple myeloma tend to be supported by diets higher in animal protein. For a Sympathetic Dominant, B12 and Calcium are counter-productive, but they benefit Parasympathetic Dominants; Conversely, magnesium, and potassium are great for Sympathetic Dominants, but Parasympathetic Dominants need less of these nutrients. Kelly’s scheme was refined by Dr. Gonzalez into a remarkably successful protocol for cancer and other challenging medical conditions with the incorporation of mega-doses of pancreatic enzymes and detoxification protocols like liver flushes and coffee enemas. Click HERE for part 2.



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The Impact of Nutrition on the Nervous System, Part 2

Dr. Hoffman continues his conversation with Dr. Colin Ross of the Colin A. Ross Institute. Click HERE for part 1.



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Q&A with Leyla, Part 2
February 22, 2017
My 88-year-old husband has atrial fibrillation, must he take a blood thinner? What do you think of Dr. Carolyn Dean’s ReMag product? I’m trying to decide on a water filtration system, any recommendations? What is the importance of acetylcholine in neurological health? Click HERE for part 1.



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