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Cutting-Edge, Organic, Plant-Based Remedies for Pain, Inflammation, Immunity and More, Part 1
October 13, 2020
Gina Haynie, founder of Future Pharm Botanicals, details her cutting edge line of innovative and effective nutraceuticals. Elderberry with Zinc and Echinacea for immune support; Black 4 Health Liposome Complex containing high levels of body healing botanicals; Wild Oil of Oregano with powerful antibacterial, antiviral and antifungal properties; and Turmeric Liposome Complex containing powerful antioxidant properties. She explains how liposomes with nano-technology deliver maximum absorption, discusses the challenges of being a nutraceutical entrepreneur amid the pandemic, the advantages of being a US-based company not dependent on foreign sourcing for ingredients, and her commitment to quality when many companies are cutting corners. We also congratulate her on her Phoenix Business Journal Small Business Award. Click HERE for part 2.



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Cutting-Edge, Organic, Plant-Based Remedies for Pain, Inflammation, Immunity and More, Part 2

Dr. Hoffman continues his conversation with Gina Haynie, founder of Future Pharm Botanicals. Click HERE for part 1.



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Q&A with Leyla, Part 1: “Trump takes zinc. Maybe you should too.”
October 8, 2020
WSJ Op-Ed - "Trump takes zinc. Maybe you should too."; Health professionals advise against another lockdown; My 77-year-old father is having trouble keeping weight on. Could parasites be the culprit?; What nutritional therapies are there for the treatment of schizophrenia? Click HERE for part 2.



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Intelligent Medicine Radio Show for July 18, Part 1
July 20, 2020
Are sunscreen chemicals putting you, your kids, or your developing fetus at risk? Bone-growth stimulators for healing fractures—can you still use them if you have a pacemaker? Natural “Testosterone precursors”—do they really forestall muscle loss? How do plant-based meat substitutes compare to animal protein for fending off sarcopenia? Medium-chain triglycerides (MCTs) forestall cognitive decline in frail elderly; Acid blockers render patients more susceptible to COVID-19; Pre- and probiotics to support a coronavirus-resistant microbiome; Study links fermented vegetable consumption to reduced risk of dying of COVID-19; Think zinc for 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 July 11, Part 1
July 13, 2020
Missing the ball on the twin pandemics: Non-communicable diseases claim far more lives than COVID-19. More people died this spring—and not just from the virus; Zinc’s immune-supportive role; Why are some people asymptomatic? When it comes to predicting severity of COVID-19, frailty trumps age or comorbidities. FDA eyes ban on bio-identical hormone replacement; Are vegans at higher risk of mental health problems? Click HERE for part 2. Click HERE for articles and resources relating to this podcast episode.



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Report From the Frontlines of COVID-19, Part 1
July 2, 2020
Dr. Jaime Salas-Rushford reports from the frontlines of COVID-19 treatment at one of New York’s hardest-hit hospitals. He’s an integrative physician who serves as Medical Director of FITbodymd Medicine in Puerto Rico, but responded to the call to treat patients during the height of the coronavirus pandemic in New York City. He reflects on the lessons learned: Ventilators are overused; hydroxychloroquine seems to have helped; patients with COVID-19 need basic inexpensive supportive care, administered promptly; vitamin C and zinc were liberally used in the hospital. He also notes that patients who take supplements regularly seemed to fare better. As the author of "Fight Colds, Flu and Other Infections with AHCC," he’s convinced of its efficacy in supporting immunity. Dr. Salas-Rushford claims “COVID-19 was an eye-opener” and we need to learn from it to cultivate resilience to weather future challenges. He says the pandemic has revealed the vulnerabilities of our health care system, which needs more emphasis on old-fashioned primary care, and a restoration of the doctor-patient relationship. Dr. Salas-Rushford is currently advising businesses in New York City on how to safely reopen; he’s concerned that excessive restrictions will irrevocably damage the economy and affect the livelihoods of Americans, with devastating effects on their mental and physical well-being. Click HERE for part 2.



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Q&A with Leyla, Part 2: Anxiety, Zinc, Aged Garlic and More
June 10, 2020
Help! My son has been struggling with anxiety for the past five years; How can I naturally lower my CRP and ESR?; Should I take zinc picolinate with food or with certain vitamins?; Could I safely take aged garlic when I cannot have any soy?; I'm a type 1 diabetic. Are there any supplements to help protect and even restore peripheral nerve function? Click HERE for part 1.



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Q&A with Leyla, Part 2: Prevent Ongoing Hearing Loss
May 27, 2020
My husband's toes hurt periodically which makes it difficult to do some yoga positions. What are your thoughts?; What can I take to prevent ongoing hearing loss?; What do you think of using 600 mg ipriflavone as part of an osteoporosis protocol?; What do you recommend for spinal degenerative disc disease with spinal arthritis?; Doesn't taking a lot of zinc adversely impact copper absorption? How much copper should I be taking? Click HERE for part 1.



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Intelligent Medicine Radio Show for May 9, Part 1
May 11, 2020
Vitamin D and zinc cited in new studies as crucial to Coronavirus defense; Steam heat, not harsh disinfectants, appears best for N95 mask cleaning; “Turfing” patients promoted spread of coronavirus to vulnerable elderly in nursing homes; The role of nitric oxide in maintaining resistance to infections, pollutants. Click HERE for part 2. Click HERE for articles and resources relating to this podcast episode.



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The Genetics of COVID-19, Part 1
April 30, 2020
There are many factors that determine who’s more prone to hospitalization or death from coronavirus infection. But among them—and now subject to intense research—are individual genetic predispositions. Certain genes can make you more susceptible to an inflammatory cascade—cytokine storm—that presages a bad outcome in COVID-19. Integrative physician Dr. Sharon Hausman-Cohen, MD, is co-founder of IntellxxDNA, a service that helps health professionals interpret their patients’ genetic profiles. She sheds light on how variations in gene expression can influence pathways integral to viral infection. These analyses, based on saliva samples, can yield critical insights about deployment of various nutraceutical treatments—including elderberry, andrographis, astragalus, vitamins A, C, and D, zinc, fish oil and specific pro-resolving mediators (SPMs), quercetin, melatonin, EGCG, and curcumin. Click HERE for part 2.



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