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Intelligent Medicine Radio Show for March 5, Part 1
March 7, 2022
A post-mortem on the pandemic: Vaccine protection wanes, natural immunity is durable, why minimally vaxxed 3rd worlders weathered Omicron better than Western peers, shots deliver sketchy benefits in young kids, cloth masks allow 90% of viral particles through, party-line vote in Senate on ending the Covid emergency, mandates withdrawn worldwide, nature afforded mental health respite during lockdown, SOTU unveils impractical test-to-treat Covid strategy; Supplements for arthritis; Which magnesium is best for sleep? Vitamin D2 vs. D3—new study sheds light on different impacts on immunity. 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 March 5, Part 2

Diet vs. colorectal cancer (it’s complicated); Solutions for brittle nails; Natural supplements for high cholesterol; Nicotinamide riboside vs. Parkinson’s disease, Over-reliance on antibiotics may fuel colorectal cancer surge among the young; What type of exercise is best to improve sleep? 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: Shaky Hands
February 23, 2022
Highlights from the Integrative Healthcare Symposium; My friend is a professional musician and suffers from shaky hands. What is the cause and the treatment?; Can you comment on the JAMA article that discusses sleep aids and dementia? Should I stop taking melatonin?; Israeli study offers strongest proof yet of Vitamin D's power to fight covid. Click HERE for part 2.



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ENCORE–Leyla Weighs In: Chelation Therapy
January 14, 2022
Nutritionist Leyla Muedin tackles this listener question: "One of my tests shows high levels of mercury, lead, and arsenic. Would I be a good candidate for chelation therapy?" Plus, blue light may not be as disruptive to sleep patterns as previously thought; Half the population projected to be obese by 2030.



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ENCORE: Treating Long Covid, Part 3
January 5, 2022
Continued from Tuesday, January 4. If you’re young and healthy and free of comorbidities, you may not be worried about being hospitalized or dying of Covid. But a new problem is emerging: Even sufferers of mild to moderate Covid continue suffering from a baffling array of debilitating symptoms for months on end. It’s been dubbed “long Covid” or “long haulers’ syndrome”. It’s estimated that 10 percent or more survivors of Covid will come down with it, and it may even hasten progression to dementia and Alzheimer’s Disease. Dr. Leo Galland has done intensive research on this subject, and we’re breaking precedent by going beyond our usual two-part format to do a four-part in-depth review of his findings, consisting of a practical action plan for sufferers of long Covid. The good news is that with the proper measures, there’s now hope for sufferers of long Covid. Dr. Galland offers detailed protocols for restoring mitochondrial function, rebalancing the microbiome, overcoming sleep problems and fatigue, and alleviating brain fog: Healing Long Covid - Leo Galland, M.D. For more of Dr. Hoffman's interview with Dr. Galland, click here: Part 1 Part 2 Part 4



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ENCORE: Treating Long Covid, Part 4

Dr. Hoffman continues his conversation with Dr. Leo Galland about natural, effective treatments for Long Covid. For more of Dr. Hoffman's interview with Dr. Galland, click here: Part 1 Part 2 Part 3



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ENCORE: Treating Long Covid, Part 2
January 4, 2022
Dr. Hoffman continues his conversation with Dr. Leo Galland on natural, effective treatments for long Covid. For more of Dr. Hoffman's interview with Dr. Galland, click here: Part 1 Part 3 Part 4



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ENCORE: Intelligent Medicine Radio Show for January 1, Part 2
January 3, 2022
Multivitamins slow brain aging; Ben Franklin was right—early bedtimes improve heart health, but only up to a point; Anxiety conclusively shown to alleviate anxiety; Covid shots and breast pain; Arginine improves efficacy of radiation for brain metastases; Fish intake curbs degenerative brain changes; Drinking coffee to offset sleep deprivation can cause blood sugar to soar. Click HERE for part 1. Click HERE for articles and resources relating to this podcast episode.



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Leyla Weighs In: Maintaining Your Nutrition Plan Through the Holidays
December 3, 2021
Maintaining your nutrition therapy plan through the holidays; Lack of sleep impacts appetite for snacks.



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ENCORE: How to Prevent Dementia and Alzheimer’s Disease, Part 1
December 2, 2021
Psychopharmacologist Dr. Timothy Jennings shares a broad array of strategies for averting mental decline in his book, "The Aging Brain." To what extent is dementia pre-ordained by our genes? Can we overcome our genetic predispositions? What roles for exercise, sleep, stress reduction? What evidence supports lifetime learning? What medications rob memory? What type of diet has been shown to stave off brain deterioration? Are there “brain foods”? What supplements have memory protective effects? Does hormone replacement help? Is there scientific evidence to support the benefits of spirituality? Click HERE for part 2.



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