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12/5/2017Twenty Years of Nourishing TraditionsA re-broadcast of an interview with Sally Fallon Morell and lipid researcher the late Dr. Mary Enig recorded after the first publishing of their groundbreaking book Nourishing Traditions, almost twenty years ago. Still in publication, the book has changed cooking and eating habits worldwide.; Resources: ; Nourishing Traditions: The Cookbook That Challenges Politically Correct Nutrition & the Diet Dictocrats by Sally Fallon and Mary Enig;Nourishing Broth: An Old-Fashoined Remedy for the Modern World by Sally Fallon Morell; Weston A. Price Foundation www.westonaprice.org; Resources on food, diet, and nutrition
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
9/26/2017Alzheimer’s is a Metabolic DiseaseCertified Nutrition Specialist Amy Berger, author of The Alzheimer’s Antidote: Using a Low-Carb, High-Fat Diet to Fight Alzheimer’s Disease, Memory Loss, and Cognitive Decline discusses how nutritional change can slow, stop, even reverse Alzheimer’s Disease and other dementias.; Resources: The Alzheimer’s Antidote: Using a Low-Carb, High-Fat Diet to Fight Alzheimer’s Disease, Memory Loss, and Cognitive Decline by Amy Berger; Amy Berger’s website; Resources on aging, resources on nutrition, and resources on mind, mood, and stress
4/11/2017Healthy LungsHealth educators Layna Berman and Jeffry Fawcett PhD uncover what damages our lungs and what protects and repairs them. ; Resources: Resources on nutrition, resources on environmental health, resources on heart health, resources on allergies, and resources on exercise.
4/4/2017Preventing GMO ContaminationActivist Karen Hudson discusses how Sonoma County, California activists organized and won passage of Measure M, which bans genetically modified organisms from contaminating crops, animals, and the environment.; Resources: GMO Free Sonoma County; Center for Food Safety; Resources on activism, resources on environmental health, and resources on food
3/28/2017Local Food MovementsCarolyn Biggerstaff, Weston A. Price Houston Chapter, and Gary Granata, Slow Food New Orleans, discuss local food activism by chapters of national and international food movement organizations.; Resources: Weston A. Price, Houston; Real Food Houston; Weston A. Price Foundation; Slow Food New Orleans; Slow Food USA; Slow Food (international); Resources on activism, resources on food, and resources on environmental health
2/21/2017Nourishing BrothSally Fallon Morell, president and founder of the Weston A. Price Foundation, discusses the preparation of nutrient-dense broth and its benefits for health and medical conditions.; Resources: Nourishing Broth: An Old-Fashoined Remedy for the Modern World by Sally Fallon Morell; Weston A. Price Foundation www.westonaprice.org; Resources on food, diet, and nutrition
2/14/2017Doing the Simplest Things FirstHealth educators Layna Berman and Jeffry Fawcett, PhD discuss simple self care techniques for identifying and caring for developing illness.; Resources: Too Much Medicine, Not Enough Health by Jeffry Fawcett and Layna Berman; Resources on food, nutrition, and diet, resources on hormones, women’s health, and men’s health, resources on environmental health, resources on exercise, resources on heart health, resources on detoxification, resources on immunity, resources on wireless technology, and resources on mind, mood, and stress
1/17/2017A New Food EcologyFarmer and food ecologist Charles Williams discusses the emerging practices in ecological agriculture and animal husbandry.; Resources: Earth Activist Training; Resources on environmental health and resources on food, diet, and nutrition
11/22/2016The Food Movement is UnstoppableJonathan Latham, PhD, Executive Director of the Bioscience Resource Project and Editor of the Independent Science News, discusses his article “Why the Food Movement is Unstoppable.”; Resources: Why the Food Movement is Unstoppable by Jonathan Latham; Independent Science News; Bioscience Resource Project; Resources on health politics and resources on food, diet, and nutrition
11/8/2016Dietary FatsLayna Berman and Jeffry Fawcett, PhD demystify the components and actions of dietary fats in the body.; Resources: Too Much Medicine, Not Enough Health by Jeffry Fawcett and Layna Berman; Nourishing Traditions by Sally Fallon; Know Your Fats by Mary Enig; The Cholesterol Myths by Uffe Ravnskov, MD, PhD; Resources on food, diet, and nutrition
9/27/2016Baby From Beginning to EndAuthor Sally Fallon Morell from the Weston A. Price Foundation discusses her book The Nourishing Traditions Book of Baby & Child Care, co-authored with physician Dr. Thomas S. Cowan. ; Resources: Nourishing Traditions Book of Baby and Child Care by Sally Fallon Morell and Thomas Cowen; Weston A. Price Foundation ; Resources on children’s health and resources on food, diet, and nutrition; Comment: The Dark Side of the Wind
9/20/2016Heart Disease: What’s the Real Cause?Malcolm Kendrick, MD, author of The Great Cholesterol Con, discusses what’s wrong with conventional medicine’s approach to heart disease, what really causes it, and how to avoid it.; Resources: The Great Cholesterol Con by Malcolm Kendrick; Dr. Kendricks website; The International Network of Cholesterol Skeptics www.thincs.org; resources on cardiovascular and heart health, resources on stress, and resources on nutrition; Comment: Personal Environments
1/5/2016Health and the Rise of CivilizationMark Nathan Cohen, PhD professor of anthropology and author of Health and the Rise of Civilization discusses how humans developed as hunter-gatherers and what was lost when they turned to agriculture.; Resources: Health and the Rise of Civilization by Mark Nathan Cohen; Resources on food, nutrition, and diet, resources on environmental health, and resources on health politics; Comment: Economics and Finance
12/8/2015Twenty Years of Nourishing TraditionsA re-broadcast of an interview with Sally Fallon Morell and lipid researcher the late Dr. Mary Enig recorded after the first publishing of their groundbreaking book Nourishing Traditions, almost twenty years ago. Still in publication, the book has changed cooking and eating habits worldwide.; Resources: ; Nourishing Traditions: The Cookbook That Challenges Politically Correct Nutrition & the Diet Dictocrats by Sally Fallon and Mary Enig;Nourishing Broth: An Old-Fashoined Remedy for the Modern World by Sally Fallon Morell; Weston A. Price Foundation www.westonaprice.org; Resources on food, diet, and nutrition
9/15/2015Cure Alzheimer's With a Ketogenic DietBruce Fife, ND discusses the research supporting the use of a ketogenic diet to prevent and cure Alzheimer's disease as well as other neurodegenerative disorders. ; Resources: Stop Alzheimer's Now!: How to Prevent & Reverse Dementia, Parkinson's, ALS, Multiple Sclerosis & Other Neurodegenerative Disorders by Bruce Fife; resources on aging, resources on nutrition, and resources on mind; Comment: The Diabetes Gene
6/16/2015How Life Changes ItselfLayna Berman and Jeffry Fawcett talk about the work of James Shapiro, PhD, University of Chicago researcher in microbial genetics, about the science of how organisms adapt their own genome and the genome of other organisms in response to environmental change, the genetic science the describes the process, and how current biotechnology makes a mess of it.; Resources: James Shapiro, PhD; Evolution: A View from the 21st Century by James Shapiro; The Institute for Responsible Technology; Institute of Science in Sociaty; Resources on diet, nutrition, and food and resources on environmental health
2/3/2015The Vegetarian MythEnvironmental activist Lierre Keith, 20-year vegan and author of The Vegetarian Myth discusses the many ways in which people have been led astray by ideas about vegetarianism as Lierre discovered through her own experience and research.; Resources: The Vegetarian Myth by Lierre Keith; Resources on food, nutrition, and diet, resources on environmental health and resources on politics; Comment: Preserving the Cholesterol Myth
1/27/2015The Dark Side of SoyNutritionist Kaayla Daniel, PhD, CCN discusses her book The Whole Soy Story which exposes the potential health damaging effects of soy foods and supplements.; Resources: The Whole Soy Story: The Dark Side of America's Favorite Health Food by Kaayla Daniel; Weston A. Price Foundation Soy Alert!; and Soy Free Solutions www.soyfreesolutions.com; Comment: Biology
7/8/2014Flawed Vitamin ResearchBalz Frei PhD from the Linus Pauling Institute exposes the flaws in research design on vitamin supplements.; Resources: Linus Pauling Institute and its Micronutrient Information Center; Resources on food, diet, and nutrition and resources on orthomolecular health medicine; Comment: Stressed Out Rats
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
3/4/2014Nutritional Advice From the Stone AgePaleolithic author and lecturer Ray Audette discusses how he reversed his own serious diagnoses by following the principals of ancient diets.; Resources: Ray Audette’s Neanderthin website www.neanderthin.com/; resources on food, diet, and nutrition; Comment: The Game Boy President
2/18/2014The Digestive ConnectionElizabeth Lipski PhD, nutritionist and author of several books on digestive health discusses her newest book highlighting the importance of the gut as a root cause for health and illness.; Resources: Elizabeth Lipski’s website www.innovativehealing.com and the book Digestion Connection by Elizabeth Lipski, PhD; Resources on digestion and gut health and resources on food, diet, and nutrition; Comment: Nutrition as Science and Ideology
1/28/2014Vitamin D and ImmunityAdrian F. Gombart PhD from the Linus Pauling Institute describes his research into the immune protective effects of vitamin D.; Resources: Linus Pauling Institute and Adrian Gombart’s publications; Resources on food, diet, and nutrition, resources on immunity and resources on orthomolecular health medicine; Comment: Technophilia and GMO Agriculture
10/29/2013Farm Bill/Anti FarmerJudith McGeary, attorney, small farmer, and the executive director of the Farm and Ranch Freedom Alliance discusses the FDA’s flawed food safety regulations contained in the new Farm Bill, which is due to be voted on this November.; Resources: Farm and Ranch Freedom Alliance; Resources on food, resources on heatlh politics, and resources on environmental heatlh; Comment: User Hostile
10/22/2013Vitamin Supplementation, Part 1Health educators Layna Berman and Jeffry Fawcett, PhD counter the conventional media reports on the use of nutrient supplementation with a review of well designed research. ; Resources: Resources on food, diet, and nutrition and resources on orthomolecular medicine; Orthomolecular Health Medicine Society www.ohmsociety.com; Orthomolecular Medicine News Service www.orthomolecular.org/resources/omns/; Linus Pauling Institute lpi.oregonstate.edu; Clinical Pearls www.clinicalpearls.com; Comment: Regulating Drugs and Vitamins
10/8/2013American MeatIndependent film maker Graham Meriwether, director of Leave it Better film production company, tells the story of American meat production and how it can be changed to support the lives of farmers, customers, animals and the environment in his new film American Meat.; Resources: American Meat and Leave It Better; Resources on food, resources on environmental health, and resources on animals; Comment: Health and Justice
6/18/2013Obesity as a SymptomHealth educators Layna Berman and Jeffry Fawcett, PhD discuss how weight gain is not a disease but a symptom of deeper metabolic disruption, focusing on the role of obesogens.; Resources: Too Much Medicine, Not Enough Health by Jeffry Fawcett and Layna Berman; the blog post Obestiy as a Symptom; Resources on diabetes, insulin resistance, metabolic syndrome, and obesity, resources on food, diet, and nutrition, resources on exercise and musculoskeletal health, resources on environmental health, and resources on hormones, women’s health, and men’s health.; Comment: The Obesity Vaccine
4/2/2013Food FightWenonah Hauter is the executive director of Food and Water Watch and also runs an organic family farm in Northern Virginia. Her new book Foodopoly: The Battle Over the Future of Food and Farming in America is today’s topic. ; Resources: Food and Water Watch; Foodopoly: The Battle Over the Future of Food and Farming in America by Wenonah Hauter; Resources on resources on food and resources on politics; Comment: Unnatural Selection
3/26/2013Internalizing Self CareHealth educator Layna Berman discusses what it takes for people to care for themselves. An exploration of how stress, dietary choices, nutrient density, and exercise can be navigated so that healthy choices come from within.; Resources: Too Much Medicine, Not Enough Health by Jeffry Fawcett and Layna Berman; Resources on mind, mood, and stress, resources on food, nutrition, and diet, and resources on exercise; Comment: More!
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
12/25/2012Hormonal Consequences of Starch and StressHealth educator Layna Berman updates her classic discussion about the hormonal effects of stress and of self-medication using comfort foods, and offers healthy alternatives.; Resources: Too Much Medicine, Not Enough Health by Jeffry Fawcett and Layna Berman; Resources on hormones and resources on food, diet, and nutrition; Comment: Obvious Answers
10/16/2012GMO, It's What's For Dinner!Author, GMO expert and founder of The Institute for Responsible Technology, Jeffrey Smith discusses his new film Genetic Roulette: The Gamble of Our Lives.; Resources: The Institute for Responsible Technology www.responsibletechnology.org; Resources on diet, nutrition, and food and resources on environmental health; Comment: Microbiome, Biodiversity, Synthetic Life
9/11/2012Epilepsy: Stop Seizures with DietFilmmaker Jim Abrahams founded the Charlie Foundation after discovering a diet to control his son's epilepsy without harmful drugs or surgery.; Resources: The Charlie Foundation website www.charliefoundation.org; Resources on children’s health, resources on food, diet, and nutrition, and resources on orthomolecular health medicine; Comment: Medicinal Flora
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?
7/10/2012The Art of FermentationFermentation experimentalist and author Sandor Ellix Katz discusses his newest and most comprehensive book on fermentation.; Resources: Sandor Ellix Katz's website Wild Fermentation; Resources on food, nutrition, and diet; Comment: The Ecological Fallacy
6/26/2012Nutrients for Active AgingHealth educator Layna Berman reviews which nutrients support and protect our aging skin, eyes, brain, bones, gut, muscles, heart, and circulation. ; Resources: Too Much Medicine, Not Enough Health by Jeffry Fawcett and Layna Berman; Resources on aging, resources on food, diet, and nutrition, and resources on healthy teeth, eyes, skin, and other body parts; Comment: Genetically Modified Facts
2/7/2012Angry Moms and School LunchAmy Kalafa, Mom, author of Lunch Wars, activist, and filmmaker of Two Angry Moms discusses her collaboration with Dr. Susan Rubin that started a grass roots movement that is making school lunch programs healthy across the country.; Resources: Angry Moms website; Resources on children’s health, resources on food, diet, and nutrition, and resources on health politics, advocacy, prevention, and social health.; Comment: What Keeps People Healthy
1/24/2012Being Your Own ProgramHealth integrationist Layna Berman discusses creating your own individualized program, one that meets your special needs and that promotes a stronger relationship with your health.; Resources: Too Much Medicine, Not Enough Health by Jeffry Fawcett and Layna Berman.; Comment: Common Knowledge
10/11/2011Digestion is the Key to HealthNutritionist, author, and health educator Elizabeth Lipski, PhD, CCN discusses the science of gut health in the fourth edition of her book Digestive Wellness: Strengthen the Immune System and Prevent Disease Through Healthy Digestion.; Resources: Elizabeth Lipski’s website www.innovativehealing.com and the book Digestive Wellness by Elizabeth Lipski, PhD; Resources on digestion and gut health, resources on immunity, and resources on food, diet, and nutrition; Comment: Prostate Politics
8/16/2011Fixing a Broken HeartToo much stress, sadness, grief, and disappointment can break a human heart. Layna Berman discusses how recovery, quietude, good nutrient density, hormone balance, exercise, and purpose can help to mend it.; Resources: Resources on mind, mood, and stress, resources on food, diet, and nutrition, resources on exercise, and resources on hormones, women’s health, and men’s health; The Healing Bouquet by Vinton McCabe
8/9/2011Fermentation WorkshopSandor Katz, author of Wild Fermentation, teaches workshops across the country on how to increase food’s value and nutrition by fermenting them. He discusses the history and culture of fermented foods and how to prepare them.; Resources: Wild Fermentation by Sandor Katz available on the website wildfermentation.com/; resources on food, diet, and nutrition
7/17/2011Pesticides Coming Your WayNan Wishner from California Environmental Health Initiative and Paul Towers from Pesticide Action Network bring us up to date on sneaky new attempts to apply yet more pesticides to our water, air, and food.; Resources: California Environmental Health Initiative website www.cal-ehi.org; Pesticide Action Network website www.panna.org; Resources on environmental health, resources on food, diet, and nutrition, and resources on health politics,
5/17/2011Cooking Made EasyHealth educators Layna Berman and Jeffry Fawcett, PhD discuss how to prepare fresh, nutrient-rich meals that save time and enrich your life.; Resources: Too Much Medicine, Not Enough Health by Jeffry Fawcett and Layna Berman; Get Cooking: 150 Simple Recipes to Get You Started in the Kitchen by Mollie Katzen; Resources on food, diet, and nutrition
1/11/2011How Cooking Made Us HumanRichard Wrangham, the Ruth Moore Professor of Biological Anthropology at Harvard University and Curator of Primate Behavioral Biology at the Peabody Museum, discusses his newest book Catching Fire.; Resources: Catching Fire by Richard Wrangham; Primate Behavioral Ecology Research Group Richard W. Wrangham’s Lab Resources on food, nutrition, and diet
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
11/16/2010Plant Based DietsNutritionist and author Kaayla Daniel, PhD, author of The Whole Soy Story takes a critical look at the premise that a mostly plant based diet is healthier.; Resources: The Whole Soy Story; Resources on food, diet, and nutrition
8/10/2010AnxietyAn exploration of the origins and triggers, both environmentally and psychosocially, for anxiety and hyperarousal. Health educator Layna Berman discusses how to support and balance the endocrine system, introduce nutritional protection, and practice prudent avoidance of irritants.; Resources: Resources on mind, mood, and stress, resources on food, diet, and nutrition, resources on wireless, EMF, and RFR, resources on environmental health, and resources on hormones, women’s health, and men’s health
7/6/20102010 USDA Dietary Guidelines and Food Safety LegislationJudith McGeary, attorney, farmer, and founder and executive director of the Farm and Ranch Freedom Alliance and Sally Fallon Morell, founder and director of the Weston A. Price Foundation, critique the 2010 USDA 2010 USDA Dietary Guidelines and Food Safety Legislation. ; Resources: Farm and Ranch Freedom Alliance and Weston A. Price Foundation; Resources on food, diet, and nutrition and resources on health politics
5/18/2010Eating Gone WrongFormer FDA commissioner David Kessler, MD, author of The End of Overeating discusses how the food industry has designed overeating into its products and what we can do to protect ourselves.; Resources: David Kessler, MD website for The End of Overeating; Resources on food, diet, and nutrition and resources on health politics,
5/4/2010Buying GreenJournalist Heather Rogers, author of Green Gone Wrong, discusses how market solutions to environmental threats have failed and what actions we can take to be green for good.; Resources: Healther Rogers and Green Gone Wrong: How Our Economy Is Undermining the Environmental Revolution; Resources on food, diet, and nutrition, resources on environmental health, and resources on health politics
2/2/2010Living Like an ImmortalHealth educator Layna Berman contests the major myth of aging: that degeneration is inevitable. And she offers suggestions for healthy longevity from the inside out.; Resources: Too Much Medicine, Not Enough Health by Jeffry Fawcett and Layna Berman; Resources on aging, resources on food, diet, and nutrition, resources on exercise and musculoskeletal health, resources on environmental health, resources on hormones, women’s health, and men’s health, and resources on mind, mood, and stress.
1/26/2010International Threats to Supplement FreedomRobert Verkerk, PhD of the Alliance for Natural Health, discusses international regulations that could restrict access to nutritional supplements and other natural health products.; Resources: Alliance for Natural Health www.anhcampaign.org; Resources on nutrition, resources on orthomolecular medicine, resources on health politics, and resources on alternative healing.
12/15/2009Megavitamin TherapyRichard Kunin, MD, president of the Orthomolecular Health Medicine Society, discusses the latest orthomolecular science and the use of nutrients in treating illness and promoting health.; 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
11/24/2009Food SafetyJames Turner, consumer protection attorney and chairman of the board Citizen's For Health, discusses the hidden dangers in pending food safety legislation that would impose fees and regulations on organic farmers and possibly restrict access to supplements and herbs.; Resources: Citizens for Health www.citizens.org; resources on food, diet, and nutrition, on nutrients for prevention and treatment, and on health politics, advocacy, prevention, and social health
11/17/2009Boosting ImmunityHealth educators Layna Berman and Jeffry Fawcett, PhD, authors of Too Much Medicine Not Enough Health, explore the mechanisms involved in improving healthy immunity. Included are recommendations for lifestyle and nutrient strategies.; Resources: Resources on immunity, infections, and allergies, resources on digestion and gut health, resources on food, diet, and nutrition, resources on mind, mood, and stress, and resources on exercise
9/15/2009Cooking Your LifeAn interview with Edward Espe Brown, Soto Zen teacher, cook, author of Tassajara Cooking, The Tassajara Bread Book, and several other books, and also featured in the film How to Cook Your Life. He discusses how the simple, nourishing details of our lives can be used to awaken the cultivation of compassion and joy.; Resources: The Peaceful Sea Sangha www.peacefulseasangha.com; Resources on food, nutrition, and diet and resources on mind, mood, and stress
7/21/2009What the World EatsPhotographer Peter Menzel and journalist Faith D’Aluisio discuss their book Hungry Planet ...“a photographic study of families from around the world, revealing what people eat during the course of one week.” ; Resources: Hungry Planet by Peter Menzel and Faith D’Aluisio; Resources on food, nutrition, and diet and resources on politics
6/30/2009Megavitamin TherapeuticsAndrew Saul, PhD, author with Abram Hoffer, MD, PhD of Orthomolecular Medicine for Everyone, discusses orthomolecular health medicine, nutrient-based self-care, and the work of the late Abram Hoffer. ; Resources: Orthomolecular Medicine for Everyone by Abram Hoffer and Andrew Saul; Doctor Yourself www.doctoryourself.com; Orthomolecular Medicine News Service www.orthomolecular.org/resources/omns; resources on orthomolecular medicine and resources on food, nutrition, and diet
6/16/2009Expanding the Detection of Food Allergies to Raw and Cooked FoodsMicrobiologist and immunologist Aristo Vojdani, PhD reviews his newest research that expands testing for food allergies and distinguishes between raw, cooked, and processed foods.; Resources: Aristo Vojdani, PhD Detection of IgE, IgG, IgA and IgM antibodies against raw and processed food antigens; Resources on food and resources on immunity
5/19/2009FoodHealth educators Layna Berman and Jeffry Fawcett, PhD discuss pre-agricultural diet and its health benefits, cooking whole foods, and food politics. ; Resources: Too Much Medicine, Not Enough Health by Jeffry Fawcett and Layna Berman; Health and the Rise of Civilization by Mark Nathan Cohen; resources on food, nutrition, and diet
5/12/2009Raising Food Ecologically All YearToby Hemenway, author of Gaia’s Garden, and Elliot Coleman, author of The Winter Harvest Handbook, discuss gardening and farming by nature’s rules.; Resources: Gaia’s Garden by Toby Hemenway and his website www.patternliteracy.com, The Winter Harvest Handbook by Elliot Coleman and his website www.fourseasonfarm.com; resources on food, nutrition, and diet and resources on environmental health
4/21/2009FatsHealth educators Layna Berman and Jeffry Fawcett, PhD explore the science of dietary fats: why they're essential to health, how they're metabolized, what constitutes a healthy ratio, and how good fats can “go bad”; Resources: “Fat and Death” in issue #7 of the Progressive Health Observer; “Healthy Mitochondria” in issue #9 of the Progressive Health Observer; resources on food, diet, and nutrition
3/31/2009Designing a Sane Individual Diet PlanHealth educator Layna Berman discusses how individuals can design their own health diet plan.; Resources: Resources on food, diet, and nutrition
2/24/2009Vitamin Supplementation, Part 2Health educators Layna Berman and Jeffry Fawcett, PhD continue their discussion of nutrient supplementation, including nutrient requirements and special attention to antioxidants. ; Resources: Resources on food, diet, and nutrition and resources on orthomolecular medicine; Orthomolecular Health Medicine Society www.ohmsociety.com; Orthomolecular Medicine News Service www.orthomolecular.org/resources/omns/; Linus Pauling Institute lpi.oregonstate.edu; Clinical Pearls www.clinicalpearls.com
2/3/2009Fresh Food From Small SpacesAuthor RJ Ruppenthal, an attorney and college professor, discusses urban gardening.; Resources: Fresh Food From Small Spaces: The Square-Inch Gardener’s Guide to Year-Round Growing, Fermenting, and Sprouting by RJ Ruppenthal; resources on food, diet, and nutrition
11/4/2008Real Food Saves MoneyFood journalist Sally Fallon, president of the Weston A. Price Foundation, discusses eating and preparing whole, unprocessed food and how it saves money at the cash register and reduces health care costs.; Resources: Nourishing Traditions by Sally Fallon and Mary Enig; Weston A. Price Foundation www.westonaprice.org; Resources on food, nutrition, and diet and resources on children’s health
9/30/2008Breast Cancer, Prostate Cancer, and SoyJournalist Kaayla Daniel, PhD discusses why using soy as a therapy for cancers involving reproductive hormones is contraindicated.; Resources: The Whole Soy Story: The Dark Side of America's Favorite Health Food by Kaalya Daniel; Weston A. Price Foundation Soy Alert!; and Soy Free Solutions www.soyfreesolutions.com; resources on cancer and on nutrition.
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.
5/20/2008Cultivating Live Cultures for Healthy Gut and Immune FunctionSandor Katz, author of Wild Fermentation, discusses home cultivation of fermented foods with live cultures including the health benefits; Resources: Wild Fermentation by Sandor Katz available on the website wildfermentation.com/; resources on food, diet, and nutrition
3/25/2008Pesticides in Your FoodOrganic farmer Will Allen, PhD, author of The War on Bugs discusses the hidden history of how the use of chemicals in food production has been a triumph of manipulation and a failure of science.; Resources: The War on Bugs by Will Allen; The War on Bugs websitewww.thewaronbugsbook.com; Organic Consumers Association www.organicconsumers.org; resources on food and on environmental health
2/26/2008Aerial Spraying and DetoxificationHealth educators Layna Berman and Jeffry Fawcett, PhD discuss the risks posed by aerial spraying against the light brown apple moth and other agricultural pests along with detoxication methods for protection against these exposures; Resources: Stop the Spraying www.stopthespray.org; resources on environmental health and on detoxification
2/12/2008Growing FoodWendy Johnson, author of Gardening at the Dragon’s Gate. Buddhist meditation teacher, and organic gardening mentor, discusses gardening practices that cultivate healthful food, the gardener, and the consumer..; Resources: Gardening at the Dragon’s Gate website www.gardeningatthedragonsgate.com; resources on food and on mind and mood.
2/5/2008Eating SustainablyHealth educators Layna Berman and Jeffry Fawcett, PhD discuss sustainable food choices from the perspective of ecologically and socially sustainable practices in production, distribution, and impact on individual health.; Resources: Resources on nutrition and on environmental health; Sustainable Health Institute www.sustainablehealthinstitute.org
1/22/2008Supplement Access: An Update on Proposed RegulationAttorney James Turner of Swankin and Turner and Citizen's For Health discusses our access to and freedom of choice in healthcare products, foods, and supplements.; Resources: Citizens for Health www.citizens.org; resources on nutrition and on nutrients for prevention and treatment
1/15/2008Autism and ADHD: Nutrient TherapiesJulie Matthews, CNC and author of Nourishing Hope discusses nutrient approaches for treatment of autism and ADHD.; Resources: Nourishing Hope by Julie Matthews; Resources on nutrition, children, chronic illness, and mind, mood, and stress
12/18/2007Nutrient BasicsOrthomolecular physician Richard Kunin, MD discusses what's needed for basic nutrient supplementation and the actions of individual nutrients.; Resources: Orthomolecular Health Medicine Society www.ohmsociety.com ; Orthomolecular Medicne News Service www.orthomolecular.org/resources/omns, resources on food, diet, and nutrition, and resources on orthomolecular medicine
12/11/2007Addiction Free EatingHealth educators Layna Berman and Jeffry Fawcett, PhD discuss the interaction between food sensitivities/addictions and substance abuse.; Resources: Resources on mind, mood, and stress and resources on food, diet, and nutrition
7/31/2007Clara Felix: A MemorialJoined by Elliot Wagner, LAc, Clara Felix's son, health educator Layna Berman discusses the life and work of nutrition expert Clara Felix.; Resources: Resources on food, nutrition, and diet.
4/24/2007Explaining Unexplained IllnessesMartin Pall, PhD discusses his upcoming book which offers a new model for how people with chronic fatigue, multiple chemical sensitivities, gulf war syndrome and fibromyalgia become sick.; Resources: Martin Pall, PhD Washington State University research page; Explaining Unexplained Illnesses: Disease Paradigm for Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, Multiple Chemical Sensitivity, Fibomyalgia, Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder, Gulf War Syndrome, and Others by Martin Pall
2/6/2007Food and MoodJournalist Jack Challem discusses how food affects mood, including neuronutrients and anger, anxiety, depression, and addiction; Resources: The Food-Mood Solution by Jack Challem; Resources on food, nutrition, and diet; Resources on mind, mood, and stress.
11/21/2006Eating Seasonally and LocallyChef Jessica Prentice discusses the principles of sustainable eating.; Resources: Full Moon Feast: Food and the Hunger for Connection by Jessica Prentice and Wise Food Ways www.wisefoodways.com
7/19/2006Dietary Fat is Good for YouSally Fallon, executive director of the Weston A. Price Foundation discusses the science of dietary fat.; Resources: Eat Fat, Lose Fat by Sally Fallon and Mary Enig, Know Your Fats by Mary Enig, Nourishing Traditions by Sally Fallon and Mary Enig, and Weston A. Price Foundation www.westonaprice.org
6/20/2006Protecting Access to Natural ProductsRobert Verkerk, PhD of the Alliance for Natural Health discusses the campaign in Europe to prevent European Union regulations from restricting access to supplements, herbs, and other natural health products.; Resources: Alliance for Natural Health http://www.alliance-natural-health.org
10/25/2005Genetically Altered FoodDeborah Koons Garcia, director, writer, and producer of The Future of Food, discusses the market forces behind GMO and how communities can organize successful opposition.; Resources: www.thefutureoffood.com
9/20/2005Buying OrganicOrganics specialist and farmer Luddene Perry and writer Dan Schultz discuss how to find and evaluate organic products, including analysis of organic standards and product categories.; Resources: A Field Guide to Buying Organic by Luddene Perry and Dan Schultz and its website at www.afieldguidetobuyingorganic.com
7/5/2005Preserving the Gut by Boosting MethylationOrthomolecular physician and researcher Richard Kunin, MD discusses the role of methylation in preserving the health of the gastrointestinal system; Resources: Orthomolecular Health Medicine Society www.ohmsociety.com ; Orthomolecular Medicne News Service www.orthomolecular.org/resources/omns
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
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
3/30/2004Codex Threatens Access to SupplementsJohn Hammel of International Advocates for Health Freedom and Dr. Robert Verkerk, PhD, executive director of Alliance for Natural Health (UK) discuss threats to our access to supplements.; Resources: International Advocates for Health Freedom www.iahf.com and Alliance for Natural Health (UK) www.alliance-natural-health.org
3/2/2004The Hunter-Gatherer DietHealth educator Layna Berman discusses the health promoting properties of eating according to Paleolithic dietary principles: low in allergens and rich in nutrients.; Resources: Resources on food, diet, and nutrition
2/24/2004Fake FoodsSally Fallon, health journalist and president of the Weston A. Price Foundation discusses the dangers of processed foods.; Resources: Nourishing Traditions by Sally Fallon and Weston A. Price Foundation www.westonaprice.org
1/13/2004Dietary Fats: Myths and ScienceLipid researcher Dr. Mary Enig, PhD, discusses common misinformation about the science of dietary fats.; Resources: Know Your Fats by Mary Enig, Eat Fat, Lose Fat by Sally Fallon and Mary Enig, Nourishing Traditions by Sally Fallon and Mary Enig, and Weston A. Price Foundation www.westonaprice.org
7/15/2003Safe, Nutritious FoodSally Fallon, president of the Weston A. Price Foundation, returns to discuss nutrient density, food safety, and safe food sources.; Resources: Nourishing Traditions by Sally Fallon and Weston A. Price Foundation www.westonaprice.org
6/10/2003Micronutrients for HealthHealth educator Layna Berman reviews the use of nutrient supplementation for optimal health.; Resources: Resources on food, nutrition, and diet
5/20/2003Atkins for LifeA memorial to Dr. Robert Atkins, an interview with Colette Heimowitz, director of education and research for the Atkins Health and Medical Information Services discusses Dr. Atkins's last book; Resources: Atkins for Life by Robert Atkins
4/22/2003Autism: A Natural ApproachJournalist Stephanie Marohn discusses her book, a compilation of natural approaches for treating autism.; Resources: The Natural Medicine Guide to Autism by Stephanie Marohn
4/8/2003Dietary Fat is in the NewsResearcher Dr. Mary Enig, PhD the growing acceptance of fats in our diet; Resources: Know Your Fats by Mary Enig, Nourishing Traditions by Sally Fallon and Mary Enig, and Weston A. Price Foundation www.westonaprice.org
7/30/2002Low Carb for LifeRobert Atkins discusses his low carb diet, recently vindicated in the press
7/2/2002Dr. Atkins' Diet RevolutionDr. Robert Atkins discusses low carbohydrate nutrition
6/18/2002Heart Stopper: How a Low Fat Diet Can Kill YouMatthew Bayan discusses treatment of small particle LDL and heart disease; Resources: Eat Fat, Be Healthy by Matthew Bayan
6/11/2002Life Without BreadDr. Chris Allan, biochemist discusses a starch-free diet; Resources: Life Without Bread by Wolfgang Lutz and Chris Allan
4/16/2002Childhood Autism: A Nutritional ApproachBernard Rimland, PhD, a research psychologist and founcer of the Autism Research Institute discusses the biological foundation for neurological disorders; Resources: Autism Research Institute www.autismwebsite.com/ari/
2/5/2002The Paleo DietDr. Loren Cordain, discusses his book on the Paleolithic diet and exercise and implications for modern humans; Resources: The Paleo Diet by Loren Cordain
1/15/2002Vitamin D: How Much? An UpdateResearcher Dr. Reinhold Vieth from the University of Toronto and Mt. Sinai Hospital in Toronto, Canada
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
7/24/2001Treating MS with Transdermal Histimine and SupplementsResearcher Dr. George Gillson, MD, PhD discusses new treatments for multiple sclerosis
7/10/2001Dietary Fat UpdateLipid researcher Mary Enig, PhD discusses the latest on dietary fats; Resources: Know Your Fats by Mary Enig, Nourishing Traditions by Sally Fallon and Mary Enig, and Weston A. Price Foundation www.westonaprice.org
6/5/2001The Omega 3 ConnectionDr. Andrew Stoll MD discusses his book about the use of omega 3 fatty acids to treat psychiatric symptoms; Resources: The Omega 3 Connection by Andrew Stoll
11/28/2000Vitamin D: Toxic or Bone Saver?Dr. Reinhold Vieth PhD discusses his research about safe limits for preventing vitamin D deficiency bone loss
11/7/2000Natural Healing For Mental DisordersDr. Eva Edelman N.D. ; Resources: Natural Healing For Schizophrenia by Eva Edelman; Resources on mind, mood, and stress
10/10/2000Memorial to the work of nutrient researcher Dr. Brian Leibovitz PhdEd Fry Consumer Advocate in the vitamin industry
6/20/2000The Heart Stopper Gene: Small Particle LDLMatthew Bayan discusses his experiences with small particle LDL; Resources: Eat Fat, Be Healthy by Matthew Bayan
6/6/2000Talking to Your Children About NutritionLayna Berman, Health Integrationist
5/23/2000The Truth About Dietary FatsDr. Mary Enig PhD, lipid researcher discusses her book; Resources: Know Your Fats by Mary Enig, Nourishing Traditions by Sally Fallon and Mary Enig, and Weston A. Price Foundation www.westonaprice.org
5/16/2000Natural Nutrition For ChildrenDr. Abram Hoffer MD PhD discusses his nutrient-based approach to learning and behavior disorders in children; Resources: Dr Hoffer's ABCs of Natural Nutrition for Children by Abram Hoffer
4/11/2000Reviewing Current Attacks on Antioxidants and HerbsBrian Leibovitz PhD Editor-in-Chief of "The Journal of Optimal Nutrition"
2/15/2000Soy: Panacea or Poison?Mike Fitzpatrick PhD Environmental chemist discusses the dangers of the overconsumption of soyfoods
1/4/2000The Best Nutrition Stories of 99Clara Felix; Resources: The Felix Letter: A Commentary on Nutrition smartlifeforum.org/thefelixletter.htm
11/16/1999Native African Diet Prevents the Presentation of Sickle Cell AnemiaWest African researcher Dr. Oji Agbai, ND, PhD discusses how substances from traditional diets prevent and control sickle cell anemia and cancer. ; Resources: Sickle Cell Anemia: A Solution At Last by Oji Agbai
9/28/1999Nutritional Supplements For the Rest of Us (who just want to stay healthy)Layna Berman, Health Integration Specialist
9/14/1999Orthomolecular Medicine: Treating with Targeted Nutrient TherapiesRichard Kunin MD (S.F. Physican); Resources: Orthomolecular Health Medicine Society www.ohmsociety.com ; Orthomolecular Medicne News Service www.orthomolecular.org/resources/omns
9/7/1999Nutritional Therapy for Health ProblemsRobert Crayhon, M.A., Nutritionist; Resources: Robert Crayhon's Nutrition Made Simple by Robert Crayhon
5/18/1999Healing Addiction and Eating Disorders with The Diet CureJulia Ross MA, nutritional psychologist discusses her new book; Resources: The Diet Cure by Julia Ross
4/6/1999Childhood AutismBernard Rimland, PhD, research psychologist and founder of the Autism Research Institute; Resources: Autism Research Institute www.autismwebsite.com/ari/
3/2/1999Paleolithic Diet How-toLayna Berman, Health Integration Specialist discusses recipes and guidelines for pre-agrarian low carb, high protein diet
1/12/1999Omega 3 Fatty Acids for Mental and Physical HealthClara Felix; Resources: The Felix Letter: A Commentary on Nutrition smartlifeforum.org/thefelixletter.htm
11/17/1998Facts about FatsMary Enig PhD, lipid researcher; Resources: Know Your Fats by Mary Enig, Nourishing Traditions by Sally Fallon and Mary Enig, and Weston A. Price Foundation www.westonaprice.org
11/3/1998The Pharmaceutical-ization of Vitamin SupplementsEdward Fry, Consumer Advocate
7/7/1998High Protein and Super NutrientsRobert Crayhon MS; Resources: The Carnitine Miracle and Robert Crayhon's Nutrition Made Simple by Robert Crayhon
9/2/1997Nourishing TraditionsSally Fallon and Dr. Mary Enig discuss their book; Resources: Nourishing Traditions by Sally Fallon, Know Your Fats by Mary Enig, and Weston A. Price Foundation www.westonaprice.org
5/6/1997Nutrition UpdateNutritionist Clara Felix discusses the latest research in nutrition.; Resources: The Felix Letter: A Commentary on Nutrition smartlifeforum.org/thefelixletter.htm
12/10/1996Liver Health Supplements and De-mystifying EFAsDr. Parris Kidd Biochemist
9/24/1996The Art of Self-CareLayna Berman, Health Integration Specialist
1/9/1996The History of DietMark Nathan Cohen, Professor of Anthropology; Resources: Health and the Rise of Civilization by Mark Nathan Cohen
8/8/1995Exposing Supplement MythsEd Fry, Consumer Advocate
12/5/2017Twenty Years of Nourishing TraditionsA re-broadcast of an interview with Sally Fallon Morell and lipid researcher the late Dr. Mary Enig recorded after the first publishing of their groundbreaking book Nourishing Traditions, almost twenty years ago. Still in publication, the book has changed cooking and eating habits worldwide.; Resources: ; Nourishing Traditions: The Cookbook That Challenges Politically Correct Nutrition & the Diet Dictocrats by Sally Fallon and Mary Enig;Nourishing Broth: An Old-Fashoined Remedy for the Modern World by Sally Fallon Morell; Weston A. Price Foundation www.westonaprice.org; Resources on food, diet, and nutritionDownload

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