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Q&A with Leyla, Part 1
August 29, 2018
Retraction needed! People die faster using complementary medicine for cancer; "My WBC count has been trending downwards but vitamin C has helped to boost it back up again. Is there anything else I can take to increase my neutrophil count?" "What is your take on CBD oil?" "20 years ago, the Specific Carbohydrate diet cured my ulcerative colitis, and now the Whole 30 diet has reduced my weight and joint pain--thank you!" Click HERE for part 2.



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Clinical Focus: Low-carb diets increase your risk of dying—Really? Part 1
August 23, 2018
A new Lancet study purports to demonstrate that popular low-carb diets are unhealthy and dangerous. But the study is rife with errors that call its conclusions into doubt. Plus, it’s contradicted by other previous, even-larger studies. We’ll take a deep-dive on the Lancet study’s methodological flaws, and learn why it’s a disservice to those tens of millions of sufferers of metabolic disorders worldwide, curable through carefully administered low-carb diets. Why, then, is an uncritical press so willing to swallow these conclusions hook-line-and-sinker? Click HERE for part 2.



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Q&A with Leyla, Part 2
August 22, 2018
Atrial fibrillation when eating soy sauce or MSG. Bragg's Liquid Aminos. "I hope you sent your article on ways to transform the healthcare system to POTUS!" "Based on your recent podcast on vaccines, are there any you believe that are actually useful?" "I feel great on the Whole 30 diet, can I continue it forever?" Click HERE for part 1.



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Is completing a triathlon within your grasp? Part 1
July 17, 2018
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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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 September 23, Part 1
September 25, 2017
A new "breakthrough" drug for heart disease prevention costs $200,000 per year and may cause fatal infections--are there natural alternatives? How to lower elevated C-reactive protein; A caller on the "Whole 30" diet wants to know why his blood tests appear worse; The 80:20 principle in exercise: just 30 minutes 5 days/week of moderate is nearly as good as 2 hours of strenuous every day; The hype behind those fruit/veggie pills; Natural therapies for Barrett's esophagus; Diet change more effective than meds for acid reflux; A caller needs advice on combatting cellulitis. Click HERE for part 2. Click HERE for articles and resources relating to this podcast episode.



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