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10/3/2017The Role of SulphurStephanie Seneff, PhD is a Senior Research Scientist at MIT's Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory discusses her research into how disruption in sulphur metabolism plays a role in many modern diseases/conditions, such as autism, heart disease, obesity, arthritis and Alzheimer's disease. ; Resources: Stephanie Seneff’s website; resources on food, diet, and nutrition, resources on cardiovascular and heart health, resources on diabetes, and resources on environmental health; Comment: Involuntary Medical Experiments
3/21/2017Medical MythsHealth educators Layna Berman and Jeffry Fawcett, PhD discuss six medical myths.; Resources: Too Much Medicine, Not Enough Health by Jeffry Fawcett and Layna Berman; Doctoring Data by Malcom Kendrick; ; Dissolving Illusions: Disease, Vaccines and the Forgotten History by Suzanne Humphries; What Your Doctor May Not Tell You About Breast Cancer by John Lee, MD and David Zava, PhD and Hormone Balance for Men by John Lee; Should I Be Tested For Cancer? by H. Gilbert Welch; Resources on food, diet, and nutrition, aging, cancer, chronic illeness, diabetes and metabolic disruption, environmental health, hormones, women’s health, and men’s health, immunity, and health politics
1/3/2017Right WeightLayna Berman discusses how to achieve and maintain a healthy body composition.; Resources: Too Much Medicine, Not Enough Health by Jeffry Fawcett and Layna Berman; Resources on metabolic disruption
1/12/2016Diabetes: Changing the NarrativeJeffry Fawcett, PhD reviews and critiques recent research identifying the hormone glucagon rather than insulin, as the hormone responsible for high blood sugars. A discussion follows with Layna Berman about the lack of consideration of environmental factors and stress in the development of metabolic disruption and non pharmaceutical ways of treating instead of developing drugs to disrupt the balance between glucagon and other hormones.; Resources: Turning diabetes upside down; Resources on diabetes, insulin resistance, metabolic syndrome, and obesity
3/11/2014The Role of SulfurStephanie Seneff, PhD is a Senior Research Scientist at MIT's Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory who did her undergraduate degree in biology. She has coauthored several recently published papers proposing that dietary deficiencies in critical nutrients such as sulfur, taurine, zinc, and choline, as well as insufficient sun exposure compounded by chronic exposure to environmental toxicants, particularly glyphosate and aluminum, can explain many modern diseases/conditions, such as autism, heart disease, obesity, arthritis and Alzheimer's disease. ; Resources: Stephanie Seneff’s website; resources on food, diet, and nutrition, resources on cardiovascular and heart health, resources on diabetes, and resources on environmental health; Comment: Involuntary Medical Experiments
4/30/2013When It′s All Too MuchHealth educator Layna Berman discusses health and heart strategies for surviving dark times.; Resources: Too Much Medicine, Not Enough Health by Jeffry Fawcett and Layna Berman; Resources on mind, mood, and stress; resources on chronic illness; resources on diabetes; resources on environmental health; resources on heart health; resources on immunity; resources on wireless technology; Comment: Nano-silver Poisoning
1/1/2013Burn Fat at RestHealth educators Layna Berman and Jeffry Fawcett, PhD discuss why the body prefers to use fat as a fuel, and how exercising teaches a body to burn fat even when resting.; Resources: Too Much Medicine, Not Enough Health by Jeffry Fawcett and Layna Berman; Resources on exercise and musculoskeletal health, resources on diabetes, insulin resistance, metabolic syndrome, and obesity, resources on food, diet, and nutrition, resources on environmental health, and resources on hormones, women’s health, and men’s health.; Comment: Secondhand Cellphones
7/31/2012Iron OverloadOrthomolecular physician Richard Kunin, MD joins the program to discuss an often missed, critical diagnosis of iron overload. This condition is on the rise and can be the basis for many disorders connected to inflammation including diabetes, heart and kidney disease, cancer, psychiatric complications, and autism. Included will be a discussion of effective and non-invasive treatments.; Resources: Orthomolecular Health Medicine Society www.ohmsociety.com; Orthomolecular Medicine News Service www.orthomolecular.org/resources/omns; Resources on orthomolecular medicine and resources on food, diet, and nutrition, resources on diabetes, insulin resistance, metabolic syndrome, and obesity, resources on cancer, resources on autism and children’s health, and resources on mind, mood, and stress, and resources on cardiovascular and heart health; Comment: Who's Smoking?
12/14/2010The Body as an EcologyHealth educators Layna Berman and Jeffry Fawcett, PhD, authors of Too Much Medicine, Not Enough Health, discuss a core principle in their practice: the body works as an integrated whole. Selected health issues are used as examples including practical application of the principle to support and restore health.; Resources: Too Much Medicine, Not Enough Health by Jeffry Fawcett and Layna Berman; Resources from Your Own Health And Fitness listed by topic
4/28/2009Blood SugarHealth educators Layna Berman and Jeffry Fawcett, PhD uncover the actual causes for metabolic disruptions that result in a diagnosis of diabetes and offer suggests for rebalance beyond drugs.; Resources: Resources on diabetes; Essays by Malcolm Kendrick, MD A Sugary Tale and Berardinelli-Seip - Explain That and Type II Diabetes isn’t a Disease.
1/6/2009Exercise and Disease PreventionHealth educators Layna Berman and Jeffry Fawcett PhD discuss the role of exercise in preventing disease including specific recommendations on forms of exercise and training regimes.; Resources: Resources on exercise and musculoskeletal health; also resources on aging, cancer, heart health, insulin resistance, hormones, and stress
6/24/2008WeightHealth educator Layna Berman examines weight loss including when it's healthy and when it's not, food addiction, allergies, carbohydrate sensitivity, hormones, and exercise.; Resources: Resources on food and diet, hormones, exercise, and diabetes, insulin resistance, metabolic syndrome, and obesity.
6/5/2007Overdiagnosis and Overtreatment Part 2Layna Berman and Jeffry Fawcett, PhD discuss how to avoid common diagnoses and the medical interventions that are typically prescribed; Resources: Too Much Medicine, Not Enough Health by Jeffry Fawcett and Layna Berman; Resources on diabetes, insulin resistance, metabolic syndrome, and obesity; Resources on cardiovascular and heart health; Resources on digestion and gut health; Resources on exercise and musculoskeletal health; Resources on aging;
3/27/2007Public Health and Toxic WasteDavid O. Carpenter MD, director of the Institute for Health and the Environment at the University of Albany, where he is also professor of environmental health and toxicology and former dean of the School of Public Health, discusses where and how people are exposed to environmental stressors and what role of public health institutions in protecting us.; Resources: Institute for Health and the Environment www.albany.edu/ihe/; Resources on environmental health, resources on detoxification, resources on diabetes, resources on heart health, resources on chronic illness, and resources on EMF and radiation
3/4/2007Protect Yourself Against Stress-related IllnessLayna Berman and Jeffry Fawcett, PhD discuss how stress affects health and illness. Topics include
how stress is at the core of common diagnoses such as diabetes, hypertension, cardiovascular diseases, and autoimmune diseases;
how your body responds to stress and the cascade of metabolic events that lead to illness;
how to protect yourself from sources of stress;
how to increase your body's resilience in responding to stressors.
; Resources: Resources on mind, mood, and stress; Resources on diabetes, insulin resistance, metabolic syndrome, and obesity; Resources on cardiovascular and heart health; Resources on immunity;
9/27/2005The Obesity Epidemic: Science, Morality, and IdeologyMichael Gard, senior lecturer in health studies at Charles Sturt University, Australia critiques the science and social stigma of the alleged obesity epidemic.; Resources: The Obesity Epidemic by Michael Gard and Jan Wright
4/26/2005Challenging the Convention on Heart Disease and DiabetesAn interview with Malcolm Kendrick, MD, who works as a doctor in the north of England and writes extensively on heart disease, obesity, and diabetes, arguing that the anti-fat, pro-carbohydrate conventional wisdom has promoted all three.; Resources: Red Flags www.redflagsdaily.com and resources cardiovascular and heart health and resources on diabetes.
3/15/2005Feed Your Genes RightNutrional journalist Jack Challem discusses his new book about a nutritional approach to turning off disease-causing genes; Resources: Feed Your Genes Right by Jack Challem
3/8/2005Diabetes Prevention and Natural Treatment UpdateHealth educator Layna Berman and Jeffry Fawcett, PhD of the "Progressive Health Observer" go over the latest research on prevention and natural treatment of diabetes.; Resources: Resources on diabetes
1/25/2005Genetics, Folate, and DiseaseOrthomolecular physician Dr. Richard Kunin, MD discusses how treating genetically based nutrient deficiencies prevents disease.; Resources: Orthomolecular Health Medicine Society www.ohmsociety.com; Orthomolecular Medicine News Service www.orthomolecular.org/resources/omns
10/12/2004Atkins Diabetes RevolutionJacqueline Eberstein, RN, Director of Nutrition Information at Atkins Health and Medical Information Services discusses how the Atkins nutritional approach works to prevent and treat diabetes based on her 30 years of working with Robert Atkins, MD at his Atkins Nutritional Approach for Complementary Medicine.; Resources: Atkins Diabetes Revolution by Robert Atkins, Mary Vernon, and Jacqueline Eberstein and Atkins Nutritional Approach for Complementary Medicine www.atkins.com
6/15/2004When Food Is LoveGeneen Roth discusses conquering emotional eating.; Resources: The Craggy Hole In My Heart And The Cat Who Filled It Geneen Roth www.geneenroth.com
6/8/2004Passing For ThinFrances Kuffel, literary agent discusses her book about losing weight, self-image, and overcoming food addictions.; Resources: Passing for Thin: Losing Half My Weight and Finding Myself by Frances Kuffel www.franceskuffel.net
10/7/2003Health Decisions for Diabetes and Other Effects of Metabolic SyndromeDr. Jeffry Fawcett, PhD, health decision consultant, educates listeners about risks and prevention strategies for diabetes and other critical diagnoses; Resources: Resources on diabetes
1/7/2003Homeopathic Insulin and Recombinant Human Growth HormoneDr. Barbara Brewitt, M.Div., PhD, CEO and Chief Scientific Officer of Biomed Comm Inc discusses the therapeutic use of homeopathic insulin and recombinant human growth hormone
7/16/2002Diabetes: Non-Pharmaceutical Treatments and PreventionHealth Educator Layna Berman discusses preventing and treating type 2 diabetes without pharmaceuticals
12/18/2001Orthomolecular Medicine: Diagnosis and Treatment StrategiesOrthomolecular Physican Dr. Richard Kunin MD compares conventional medicine to nutrient based medicine.; Resources: Orthomolecular Health Medicine Society www.ohmsociety.com ; Orthomolecular Medicne News Service www.orthomolecular.org/resources/omns
9/19/2000Insulin Resistance, Women, and StrengthLayna Berman, Health Integrationist reviews practical solutions
6/13/2000Obscure Diagnoses - Often missed ailments and their treatmentsOrthomolecular Physican Dr. Richard Kunin; Resources: Orthomolecular Health Medicine Society www.ohmsociety.com ; Orthomolecular Medicne News Service www.orthomolecular.org/resources/omns
4/18/2000Diabetes Treatment OptionsDr. Richard Bernstein MD; Resources: Dr. Bernstein's Diabetes Solution by Richard Bernstein
2/2/1999Treatment of Accelerated Aging and Diabetes with Protein and FatDr. Ron Rosedale, M.D

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