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There are nearly 6 million children in the U.S. with asthma, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. What can you do if your child has asthma and how can you encourage them to be active without triggering an asthma attack? Our guest for this episode is Adaobi Kanu, M.D., is a pediatric pulmonologist for Texas Tech Physicians. She explains what asthma is, what causes it, what triggers attacks, what treatments are available and what parents and caregivers can do to keep their kiddos safe.
Vo-ville! This is episode #76 of The Allergies Podcast. On the show this month we celebrate 20 years of DC's finest, Fort Knox Five. We have our new remix of their track ‘Insight' to play you. And Steve from the crew is our guest, chatting it up, before dropping off a mixtape showcasing his solid gold taste in beats. Plus, we have new wax from Jim Sharp and Mr. Fantastic. And a reggae-hop mash up ‘Tune of The Month' from DJ Shepdog. Enjoy!
Muslims in a small Michigan town have banned the pride flag because they're not giving up their religion for the communist one. Immigrant crisis hits Italian island. World Famous Jesse Kelly Cheeseburger recipe. The political hit-job on Lauren Boebert. What's bigger than the view? Allergies, the cold, or Covid?See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
On this episode of Food Allergy Talk, I welcome Debbie Nichols and Candice Matthis of Two Alpha Gals. Debbie and Candice both live in southwest Virginia and were diagnosed with alpha-gal syndrome a few months apart in 2019. After several scary and frustrating incidents, they set out to raise awareness and help others navigate this complicated and under-diagnosed condition. In addition to Alpha Gal Syndrome, both Debbie and Candice have other food allergies. Today we will get to know the duo known as the Two Alpha Gals, chat about autoimmune disorders, food allergies, and all things Alpha Gal Syndrome.Two Alpha Gals Website: https://www.twoalphagals.com/All social media platforms @twoalphagalsYouTube: https://youtu.be/pO3aFvf28dA?si=mlfhHGKkp-uIO8WmIn the Tall Grass Podcast: https://www.spreaker.com/show/in-the-tall-grassLink to the newest data on AGS from the CDC:https://www.npr.org/2023/07/31/1191034065/the-cdc-says-millions-of-americans-might-be-living-with-an-allergy-to-meathttps://www.nbcnews.com/health/health-news/alpha-gal-syndrome-red-meat-ticks-lone-star-rcna96636The Test Code for alpha-gal syndrome is: ICD-10-CM Z91.014Here is the link to Alpha-Gal Information, the website mentioned in this episode conversation: https://alphagalinformation.org/The Everything Nut Allergy Cookbook: https://www.simonandschuster.com/authors/Lisa-Horne/190009636Food Allergy Talk: https://foodallergypi.com/the-food-allergy-talk-podcast/Blog: https://foodallergypi.comTwitter: @foodallergypi & @fatalkpodcastInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/foodallergypi/ and https://www.instagram.com/foodallergytalk/ TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@foodallergypiEmail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Dr. Dana Varble, chief veterinary officer for the North American Veterinary Community, joins Lisa Dent to talk about the different types of dog allergies and how to identify and treat them. Dr. Varble also answers all pet-related questions from WGN Radio listeners. Follow The Lisa Dent Show on Twitter:Follow @LisaDentSpeaksFollow @SteveBertrand Follow @kpowell720 Follow @maryvandeveldeFollow @LaurenLapka
Welcome to Episode 169 of Autism Parenting Secrets. This week, we're joined by Dr. Luis Garcia, a leading contributor to the field of biomagnetism. Biomagnetism helps to stabilize the body's PH and stimulates the immune system.Dr. Garcia has deep expertise in several alternative approaches as well as traditional Western medicine. But for him, nothing has been more effective than biomagnetism for improving the health and vitality of his patients.His practice now specializes in biomagnetism, and he teaches others (including parents like you) to do the same.The secret this week is…BIOMAGNETISM IS That PowerfulYou'll Discover:How Biomagnetism Works (5:47)Why Muscle Testing Reveals So Much (12:40)Why Restoring Blood Flow Is So Vital (15:58)How Our Environment Is Failing Our Kids (18:23)The Exact Way Biomagnetism Gets To The Root Cause (28:24)Applications for Allergies (36:00)How Magnets Reduce Inflammation (42:31)How Parents Can Be Trained In Biomagnetism (46:50) About Our Guest:Luis Garcia received his Bachelor of Science Degree in Biology from Boston College in 1997, where his genetic research landed him in an international scientific publication (Development, 1997). He received his medical degree from Universidad de la Sabana in Bogota, Colombia, in 2005 and served as Medical Director and Chief Science Officer of Salud Futura Clinic in Bogotá, Colombia, until June 2010. Dr. Garcia is licensed to practice medicine and surgery in Colombia, South America, where he was recognized as one of the leading Complementary and Alternative Medicine (CAM) medical experts in areas that include cardiovascular disease, gastrointestinal disorders, diabetes, chronic fatigue, autoimmune disease, cancer, and other concerns associated with aging.Dr. Garcia was always unsettled about how conventional medicine treated symptoms rather than underlying causes. In search of a more effective healing modality, he explored Complementary and Alternative Medicine, learning from top experts around the world. At Salud Futura Clinic, Dr. Garcia worked with neurofeedback, neural therapy, ozone therapy, homotoxicology, neuro-linguistic programming, chelation therapy, DMSO therapy, and nutritional therapies—all alongside traditional Western medicine. Whereas he found some success with these modalities, he always felt that there was a better way.Continuing his exploration of CAM, in 2008, Dr. Garcia attended a seminar on Biomagnetic Pair Therapy by founder Dr. Isaac Goiz Duran. Dr. Garcia was amazed that a few simple magnets could foster such profound health. Whereas the ramifications for wellness throughout the world were awe-inspiring, Dr. Garcia approached biomagnetism with a healthy skepticism. He incorporated biomagnetism into his medical practice while rigorously testing the results with conventional diagnostics. After two years, it was evident that he achieved more fundamental health results in his patients with biomagnetism than with conventional means. Dr. Garcia had found the better way. He closed his medical practice in Colombia and returned to the United States to establish a practice devoted to biomagnetism.From the onset, Dr. Garcia envisioned biomagnetism as an innovation that would revolutionize the effectiveness of and access to quality healthcare around the world. Through personal development, personal research, clinical research, and education, Dr. Garcia has become a leading contributor to the field of biomagnetism.DrGarciaBiomagnetism.comReferences in The Episode:For Biomagentsim TrainingDr. Garcia on YouTubeDr. Garcia on InstagramDr. Garcia on FacebookAdditional Resources:Take The Quiz: What's YOUR Top Autism Parenting Blindspot?To learn more about Cass & Len, visit us at www.autismparentingsecrets.comBe sure to follow Cass & Len on InstagramIf you enjoyed this episode, share it with your friends.
Get ready to talk all about ears- everything from ear rashes to ear inflammation and ear infections! Also, this is another FIRST for The Healthy Skin Show. I've never had anyone come on to talk about ears! So, if you've had issues with your sinuses or ear drainage and wonder if it could be related to inflammation in your body, stay tuned to hear from today's guest who dives into what could be a root cause. My guest today is Dr. Haley Overstreet. She is a highly accomplished physician with a passion for improving the lives of her patients. Beginning her medical journey in Family Practice, she later embarked on a specialized path focused on allergy and sinus care in 2017. Since then, Dr. Overstreet has successfully aided numerous individuals in conquering their allergy and sinus issues using innovative treatments such as allergy drops and ExACT Immunoplasty. Her expertise extends beyond patient care, as she also serves as Chief Quality Officer for Aspire Allergy & Sinus. In this capacity, Dr. Overstreet ensures the adoption of safety measures and proper protocols across all Aspire clinics nationwide. Have you ever dealt with a major ear problem and found relief? Tell me what worked for you or what didn't in the comments below! In this episode: The different parts of the ear and how ear inflammation forms How the whole face is connected The number ONE reason patients have fluid in their middle ear Different appearances of bacterial, viral, and fungal ear infections Using antihistamines for ear problems Dr. Haley's big piece of advice- nasal rinses! Quotes "Allergies are probably the number one reason when I have a patient who has fluid in their middle ear, that's usually why." [06:01] "External ear infections are treated oftentimes with drops and those are antibiotic drops. But if those are used enough, it actually can create an environment where yeast or fungal infections can set up." [24:26] Links Find Dr. Overstreet online | LinkedIn Follow Aspire Allergy on Instagram Healthy Skin Show 291: Can You Stop Eczema, Allergies + Asthma In Kids? w/ Dr. Chris Thompson Healthy Skin Show 269: Allergy Testing: Everything You Need To Know w/ Dr. Stacy Silvers Healthy Skin Show 265: Problem with Antihistamines That No One Tells You w/ Dr. Chris Thompson, MD
Welcome back! This is my second medical ASMR podcast. I've really wanted to get more into role playing lately. I truly hope you're doing well and taking time for you. I've been trying to do the same for me and also thinking and planning for the months ahead. Many blessings and the sweetest of dreams!
Dr. Jim Keany joins The Bill Handel Show for some Medical News! Dr. Keany is the Co-Director of the Emergency Room at Mission Hospital in Mission Viejo. CDC recommends new COVID booster shots for anyone 6 months or older. Why are food allergies on the rise? And how are hookworms involved? 40% of people haven't seen their doctor in 1,825 days.
Dr. Jim Keany joins The Bill Handel Show for some Medical News! Dr. Keany is the Co-Director of the Emergency Room at Mission Hospital in Mission Viejo. CDC recommends new COVID booster shots for anyone 6 months or older. Why are food allergies on the rise? And how are hookworms involved? 40% of people haven't seen their doctor in 1,825 days. Price hikes are a double whammy for pet owners who are crushed by inflation. Burmese pythons are being spotted farther and farther north in Florida could reach over states, experts say.
In this episode, Isabel Smith delves into a concerning trend she has noticed: people are experiencing more complex and slower healing processes for various health issues. She highlights how standard gut issues, hormone imbalances, and other health problems are now requiring stronger treatments and taking longer to heal. Isabel explores the potential reasons behind this shift, suggesting that the loss of resiliency in our bodies may be a contributing factor to the slower healing processes. She discusses the importance of identifying deficiencies in the body and creating a healing roadmap, but note that it is taking longer for the body to heal compared to previous years. Isabel discusses a concerning trend where people are increasingly relying on stronger treatments for their health issues. She explains that these treatments are not yielding the same rapid results as before, indicating that the conditions are becoming more intricate and challenging to address. Isabel attributes this phenomenon to factors such as heightened fatigue and overall depletion in individuals' bodies, resulting in weakened mitochondria. As the mitochondria play a crucial role in powering cells and bodily functions, including the immune system and healing processes, she suggests that the need for stronger treatments may stem from compromised immune systems and slower healing capabilities.Additionally, our guest discusses the rise of chemical toxicity in the environment, food, and clothing, and its impact on overall health. She acknowledges that this trend is particularly prevalent in the US, although it may not be as prominent in other regions. We concur that it requires significant time and effort to ensure that one's surroundings, food, and other aspects of daily life are free from harmful chemicals.00:07:46 Food as medicine, helping people.00:12:18 Complexity of healing is increasing.00:14:43 Histamine intolerance and COVID microbiome.00:21:06 Gut microbiome affected by viruses.00:24:43 Antibiotic resistance and prevalence of fungus.00:30:06 Use Mastic gum for H. pylori.00:37:41 Importance of clinical treatment and inference.00:41:56 Diet matters for yeast overgrowth.00:48:35 Reconnecting with our bodies is important.00:50:58 Mindset is crucial for healing.00:55:00 Importance of holistic healing.Links: Biocidin- https://biocidin.com/Biogena- https://biogena-usa.com/Discover the Nutrition, Lifestyle, & Fitness Plan that Works Best with YOUR Body with InsideTracker! Get 20% off at insidetracker.com/axe20 Follow @healthinstitute on Instagram! www.instagram.com/healthinstitute Join The Health Institute Newsletter! www.thehealthinstitute.com/wellness-weekly
Chief Medical Officer at Northwestern Medicine Central DuPage Hospital Dr. Kevin Most joins the Steve Cochran Show to discuss the possible outcomes of Aaron Rodgers' injury, the benefits of donating blood, and strategies for alleviating those pesky seasonal allergy symptoms.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Are white people aliens? Langston and David talk with recent My Momma Told Me live guest, Skyler Higley (Conan), about this wild conspiracy theory, the connections between Mormonism and extraterrestrial life, and where the hell the Caucasus region is. Is adoption another form of abduction? Allergies from the sun and more are also discussed in this crazy episode. Send your conspiracy theories, music drops, and any problematic talks to email@example.com We are now on YouTube! Listen & Watch episodes of My Momma Told Me. Subscribe to the channel here! Want to follow the craziness of Black conspiracy theories? We're on Instagram at @mymommatoldmepodSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Our two hosts (one special guest co-host) discuss; How to use your microscope properly in clinic How to clean your microscope What to watch out for in your pets now that Spring has sprung The Melbourne Peregrine Falcon are back This episode is proudly supported by Zylkene from Vetquinol- a safe way to help your dog or cat that may be stressed or have a mild anxiety - safe in the young, the old, the big and the small, in the Canine, or the Feline. This Episode is Also proudly brought to you by Delicate Care, an Australian Made, and Australian Owned diet, focusing on diets for various life stages and disease states. Check out the Website for more details. Did you know that for as little as $2 per month, you can become a Patreon supporter of the podcast. That's only $0.50 per episode! But if you want you can sign up to one of the other options, and get some sweet TVTP merch! With Q&A sessions , outtakes, and bonus episodes available for you to listen to now, sign up and get yourself amongst the fun! If you have any questions that you'd like to ask Lewis and Robbie send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org, or you can contact us or find us on Instagram, Twitter, or Facebook. --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/twovetstalkpets/message
Today I'm going to share a simple DIY allergy test. This is primarily for food allergies that you can't quite determine. During an allergic reaction, your pulse increases. A pulse oximeter is a great tool to help you check your pulse easily, but you can also check your pulse using your wrist or carotid artery. How to do a DIY allergy test: 1. Check and record your pulse rate: • In the morning, before getting out of bed • Before eating • 30 minutes after eating • 30 minutes after that • 30 minutes after that • Before bed 2. Record what you ate next to your pulse rate Typically, you could have an allergy if there is a difference between the low and high pulse rates above 16 points. The pulse rate also needs to be above 84. If you react to a meal, use this test over a few days, eliminating foods one at a time to help you isolate which ingredient is causing a problem. DATA: chrome-extension://efaidnbmnnnibpcajpcglclefindmkaj
Disney fight marks cable TV's last stand. Their dispute with Charter could mean a permanent change to the business as consumers flee to streaming at an accelerated pace. America's small towns are disbanding police forces, citing hiring woes. From full-body scans to food allergies, health is now a start-up frontier. Santa Monica tries to fix ailing third street promenade.
Dr. Kevin Most, Chief Medical Officer at Northwestern Medicine's Central DuPage Hospital, joins Bob Sirott every Monday morning following the 6:30am newscast. Dr. Most talk about how to minimize fall allergies, explains what a peptic ulcer is, and how common it is. He also shares details about the latest COVID vaccine announcement and who is […]
For many of us, springtime is something to look forward to. It signals the transition from winter's blistering chill to sunnier skies and warmer weather. But for some it is not as enjoyable especially those who suffer from asthma or those who have pollen allergy. Dr Michael Sorani explains to us how pollen affects people with asthma especially in springtime. - Ji bo gelek kesan saldema biharê demeke xweşe ku gelek kes li bendê dimînin. Ew nîşana derbasbûna ji sermaya zivistanê ber bi ezmanên şîn û hewaya germtir dike. Lê ji bo hinekan ne ew qas xweş e, bi taybetî ji bo yên ku tengenefesî (asthma) hene. dikişînin an jî yên ku alerjiya tozêk hene. Dr Muwefeq Soranî ji me re diyar dike ka tozkulîlk (pollen) çawa bandorê li kesên asthma hene dike bi taybetî di demsala biharê de.
On this episode of Food Allergy Talk, I welcome Michael Suhy of the Allison Rose Foundation. Michael is Co-Founder of the Allison Rose Foundation and also the Fire Chief at Cuyahoga Heights Fire Department in Ohio. He's a food allergy advocate, paramedic, and has had a loved one with food allergies. Today we will speak with Michael about his experience both raising and losing a child with food allergies, how the silver lining has been educating those with and without food allergies, and his desire to advocate for more stock epinephrine as well as increased education and training. The Allison Rose Foundation: https://www.allisonrosefoundation.org About Ally: https://www.allisonrosefoundation.org/meet-ally/ Donate to The Allison Rose Foundation: https://www.allisonrosefoundation.org/donate/ Contact The Allison Rose Foundation: https://www.allisonrosefoundation.org/contact/ The Allison Rose Foundation on Social Media:Facebook https://www.facebook.com/allisonrosefoundationInstagram https://www.instagram.com/allisonrosefoundation/Twitter https://twitter.com/allisonrosefdnThe Everything Nut Allergy Cookbook: https://www.simonandschuster.com/authors/Lisa-Horne/190009636Food Allergy Talk: https://foodallergypi.com/the-food-allergy-talk-podcast/Blog: https://foodallergypi.comTwitter: @foodallergypi & @fatalkpodcastInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/foodallergypi/ and https://www.instagram.com/foodallergytalk/ TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@foodallergypiEmail: email@example.com
Apoquel and Cytopoint. Revolutionary therapies to manage pruritus from allergic dermatitis in dogs. Both should be stocked on the shelf of your veterinary clinic. But are there certain instances where I prefer one vs. the other?Find out the answer on this week's episode of The Derm Vet podcast!
Everyone goes through an awkward phase, but Anna found a scientific study that discovered what age you are the MOST awkward! (1:00) It's day two of the show trying to get the attention of a celebrity! Anna used her husband to try to get JLo's attention, but Producer Sean relied on his signature move to get Ryan Reynolds to follow him! (3:40) The gym is a place to get in shape, not to show off, so if you're dressed for attention over functionality, that's all I need to know about you! (7:41) What's the biggest party foul? Producer Sean had a very awkward run in with a family friend who committed a very inappropriate party foul! (11:04) Anna has three crazy news stories and Raven can only pick one! Today's options are; A bear with some Claws, a man who called 911 on himself, and the grossest reason to divert a plane! (14:35) Does your child have what it takes to beat Raven in a trivia contest? If they can succeed they'll win a $100 Target gift card! But don't expect Raven to go easy on them… (18:11) Have you ever gotten in trouble with your neighbors? Despite being a grown man, Raven found himself the subject of a noise complaint! (21:26) Tick bites are bad, but can they affect your diet? Dr. Wider spoke to Anna and Raven about the new tick-borne meat allergy! (29:09) Are you up to date on this week's biggest news stories? Anna and Raven will get you caught up on what's trending, including the latest celebrity child-support controversy! (32:58) Greg and Sophie have been dating for three years and are very serious and considering moving in together. Sophie's 24-year-old son still lives at home with her and Greg thinks it's time for him to leave. Sophie doesn't think it's right to ask her son to leave, and that he has to do it on his own time. Greg argues that he's the one holding up their future. Does anyone have the right to tell you when your adult child should move out? (36:57) Jerry has got a shot at $3400! All he has to do is beat Raven in pop culture trivia! (46:32)
Explore the critical role of the gut microbiome in shaping allergy susceptibility and two related conditions: histamine dysregulation and histamine intolerance. Learn about the connection between allergies and Small Intestinal Bacterial Overgrowth (SIBO) and the role of Klebsiella aerogenes in exacerbating these issues. Uncover some practical advice for restoring a healthy gut microbiome, regulating the immune system, and reducing your allergies. Lindsey Parsons, your host, helps clients solve gut issues and reverse autoimmune disease naturally. Take her quiz to see which stool or functional medicine test will help you find out what's wrong. She's a Certified Health Coach at High Desert Health in Tucson, Arizona. She coaches clients locally and nationwide. You can also follow Lindsey on Facebook, Tiktok, Twitter, Instagram or Pinterest or reach her via email at firstname.lastname@example.org to set up a free 30-minute Gut Healing Breakthrough Session. Show Notes
Born in Cape Town, South Africa, Bevin Reynolds is a competitive pool freediver with multiple national and African continental records. Despite only coming into the sport 18 months before her first AIDA Indoor World Championships this year, she took home 3 medals and the title of Vice-World Champion.In this episode we discuss:Bevin is from the suburbs of Cape Town, South AfricaShe had an early affinity and feel for the water.Started in swimming school at a very young age.Getting into some bad habits at school.Bevin did an honours degree in biotechnology, biochemistry and microbiology.Bevin's experiences with the tragic loss of a best friend, coming out as gay and eating disorders.Moving from science into psychology.She is a swimming teacher to kids.The physical decline that came from too much desk work, and significant scoliosis.Living with pain.Sara Ferguson shout out out, swimming around Easter Island for plastic pollution awareness.A first pool session and making an impression on Ant Latimer.Shout out to the Freedive Cafe Podcast.Allergies and mouth-breathing.Callback to Episode #54 with Patrick McKeown.Shout out to Evan Walther, and Dean Chaouche.Callback to Jordy Duncan's on Episode #143Bevin is the first South African on the podcast.Bevin's first competition (3.5 months after her first course)Shout out to Samy Jeranko, Bevin's coach.About being nervous to crowdfund for the World Championships.Did she feel prepared for the World Champioships in Jeju, South Korea?Mental preparations.The stories we tell about ourselves, the false identities.The power of self-affirmation.How to deepen relaxation.The power of hypnotherapy.Has past competitive experience helped her deal with anxiety?Donny expands on his answer to Why Do You Freedive?What areas of freediving science interest Bevin most?Down the rabbit hole of nervous systems and genetics.Question from Patreon supporter, Matt Stow.When will Bevin start training depth?What stage of training is she at now?A question from Kris, Patreon supporter about advice she would give to her younger self.What does Bevin do outside of freediving for fun?Bevin and I discuss the recent doping issues in freediving.Shout outs to Bevin's partner, the freediving community in Cape Town, Samo Jeranko, crowd-funding contributors.How to find out more about Bevin.Why does she freedive?
We welcome back Julie Anne Lee from Adored Beast for this two-part episode about allergies.Here are some highlights of the episode.One of the biggest benefits of feeding raw food is because of the bacteria.Most common allergies are caused by leaky gut.And a question from a listener - A customer's dog throws up stomach bile after eating gently cooked food!Join the Wildside for updates and discounts!Learn more about Steve's Real Foods.Learn more about Northwest Naturals.Learn more about Lifetime Pet Wellness Center.We are a local, independent, and owner-operated shop that is committed to providing the dogs and cats in our hometown of Columbus, Ohio with the best possible foods, supplements, and gear available. Also, we're a little different. Our small shop is not your typical pet food store. We don't carry unnecessary pet supplies like a lot of other shops do. We do not saturate our little space with products that we don't believe in and feel are unnecessary. Our goal is to have a place full of positive vibes that you and your pet feel comfortable in.We answer a "question of the week" in every episode, so send your question. Either DM us at @fangsfurpets or send us an email at email@example.com. Find us on Facebook and Instagram.Music in this episode thanks to...Uppbeat: https://uppbeat.io/t/soundroll/fuzz-buzz - License code: LXYRDYTBCUZ8NMUCUppbeat: https://uppbeat.io/t/all-good-folks/habanera-bizet-hip-hop-remix -License code: HGGVZ43LS1MCK8PDCopyright 2023 Fangs & Fur Mentioned in this episode:Girls Gone RawGirls Gone Raw
Dr. Theresa MacPhail is a medical anthropologist, former journalist, and associate professor of science and technology studies who researches and writes about global health, biomedicine, and disease. She holds PhDs from the University of California, Berkeley and the University of California, San Francisco. Topics covered in this episode: Allergies On The RiseIGG & IGMMicrobiomeFecal TransplantsEarly Introduction to Allergenic FoodsAllergies and CancerClimate Change Effects of Air Pollution Plant Growth and Pollen ProductionImpact of Nitrogen Humidity and Temperature Affecting Mold AllergiesAllergies and Asthma Rates After Hurricane KatrinaPharmaceutical Industry's Role Challenges with Antihistamine Drugs Dining Out with Severe AllergiesImportance of Empathy To learn more about Theresa MacPhail and her work, head over to https://www.theresamacphail.com/ __________________________________________________________ There is increasing concern about air pollution levels both indoors and outdoors. Sometimes indoor air quality can be more than five times as polluted as outdoor air. That's because indoor air is not circulated as much as outside air and airborne pollutants thrive inside of our home. Air purifiers can refresh stale air and bring a plethora of health benefits. That's why I've partnered up with Air Doctor to help you understand that we all deserve to have the best indoor air quality. When you shop www.lindseyelmore.com/airdoctor you can save up to 40% off of your air purification system that can help keep you and your family healthy for years to come. __________________________________________________________ Somavedic is a device that can reliably mitigate unwanted influences of:EMF radiation (4G/5G, WiFi, phones)Geopathic stress, water crossesCurry and Hartmann linesOxidative stress / Free radicalsHead over to www.somavedic.com and use the code: LKE to save 10% off. ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ We hope you enjoyed this episode. Come check us out at www.lindseyelmore.com/podcast.
Asthma, Allergies and Nutrition Part IV - The Story - Micronutrients Zinc is a mineral involved in over 100 enzymatic reactions in the body! It is necessary in adequate levels for cellular metabolism and is critical for the function of our immune system, our skin and our gut lining. At the cellular level, zinc is necessary for protein synthesis, DNA synthesis and cellular repair in wound healing.....as well as sections on the book the courage to be disliked and Derek Sivers recent work. Enjoy, Dr. M
You get that tickle in your throat, then there is a sneeze, and before you know it your nose starts draining down the back of your throat! That is just the start of it!! Crap you are sick! But are you? Could this just be allegories? Yes, they happen in the fall too! So how can we tell the difference and what are the steps we need to take to help our selves, our children, and our communities of loved ones understand the difference! Then once we have defined what is truly causing our bodies to express these symptoms, what are the steps needed to help our bodies fight what is going on in the environment! We get these questions every year. Am I sick or is it allergies, or you look like you are sick! Right! We have all gotten these questions and given these answers. You are going to love this episode!
Welcome back to the Oh My Allergies! Podcast. Antihistamines are mentioned heavily within the allergy community. Whether you're allergic to pollen, cats, dogs, or even mold, you may have been recommended by your physician or allergist to consider antihistamines. However, have you ever wondered what antihistamines are, how antihistamines work, and the impact antihistamines have on your body? In today's episode, we discuss what are antihistamines, what symptoms do antihistamines typically treat, the different types of antihistamines, and so much more! Tune in to learn more about antihistamines and why certain antihistamines may make some people feel drowsy and tired. Allergy News Article: Childhood allergies, from skin to lungs, could start in the gut: study - https://cutt.ly/8wln8LyF Episodes Mentioned in Today's Show: Allergy 101: What is an Allergy and The Effect Allergies Have on the Immune System Episode - https://cutt.ly/4wlmFw7O What is Histamine Intolerance? Episode - https://cutt.ly/bwln3Ybz What is the Difference Between Allergic Rhinitis and Allergic Sinusitis? Episode - https://cutt.ly/JZWlKHe Additional Resources: What is Inflammation and its Role with Allergies? Episode: https://cutt.ly/uCgfZdP What are Antihistamines and How Do They Work? - https://cutt.ly/Bwln249p Antihistamines for allergies - https://cutt.ly/lwln9EMb 3 Ways You Can Support This Podcast: Subscribe to the Oh My Allergies! Podcast Rate and Review (just by tapping stars on Apple Podcast ★★★★★) Share the Oh My Allergies! Podcast with everyone you know and don't know! JOIN THE OMA SQUAD: Podcast Instagram: https://cutt.ly/9JskuX5 Follow Valencia on Instagram: https://cutt.ly/qAme3Rw Business Inquiries: firstname.lastname@example.org --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/oh-my-allergies/message
Dr. Kara J. Wada is an allergist-immunologist in Columbus, Ohio and is affiliated with multiple hospitals in the area, including Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center and James Cancer Hospital and Solove Research Institute. She received her medical degree from University of Illinois College of Medicine at Chicago and has been in practice between 11-20 years. We know that modern life drives modern diseases. Allergies. Asthma. Autoimmunity. Cancer. Diabetes. Obesity. Heart Disease. What do these modern diseases have in common? They are all driven by TMI - Too Much Inflammation. Wouldn't it be AMAZING if you could better understand WHAT is going on with your immune system & HOW to start taking steps to improve your (and your family's) health, that's doable with your go-go-go schedule, and actually works! That's why I'm so excited to share something that will help moms and families like you feel Clear & Confident knowing you are doing the BEST for your health and the health of your family: The DeMystifying Inflammation Summit 2023 is a free 3-day event that will help you finally understand what's causing your inflammation and what you can do about it–whether you have a diagnosis or not! For 3 days, September 18 - September 20, 2023, Dr. Kara Wada of the Crunchy Allergist is bringing you presentations from 25+ industry experts who have found ways to Finally understand what's causing your inflammation and what you can do about it – whether you have a diagnosis or not! You'll hear about everything from the Role of Integrative Approaches in Inflammation, Environmental Exposures, Inflammation, and Immune Disruption, Oral Inflammation and Its Effects on the Whole Body's System, and more.
On this episode of Food Allergy Talk, I welcome food allergy mom and advocate for people with food allergies – especially when it comes to kids – Natalie Rice who is well known on social media as the Food Allergy Detection Dog Handler for Detective Harley! Natalie can often be seen alongside Harley as she sniffs out the mysteries of food allergies, and they educate, empower, and encourage empathy for people with food allergies. Today we are going to chat with Natalie about her personal connection to food allergies, what led to her becoming the handler of a food allergy detection dog, her work with Red Sneakers for Oakley, and her free educational app for kids – Detective Harley's Food Allergy Game. About Natalie and Harley, from their website (https://www.detectiveharleyfadd.com): Harley is a Golden Retriever allergen alert service dog trained to detect peanuts. The decision to get Harley was solidified after a bullying incident that took our vigilant-but-not-alarmist outlook over my daughter's peanut allergy to a new level that put the life-threatening reality of anaphylaxis at the forefront of everything. Trained by Kathy Watters of Nosey Dog Detection Partners, Harley has an important job in our every day life by providing another layer of protection, making life outside of the house safer.When the pandemic hit, like everyone else, we were stuck in the house, but Harley still needed to work (to keep her skills up) and wanted to work (because she enjoys it - it's a game to her). We started posting videos of her working on Instagram to raise awareness about the dangers of food allergies and cross-contact. We saw so many positive responses, but also negative ones. It was the negative responses that made us realize the enormous lack of understanding of food allergies and that they need to be taken seriously. They are a life-threatening medical condition. This is why I created Detective Harley, F.A.D.D. (Food Allergy Detection Dog).As the International Spokesdog for the Food Allergy Community, we are working hard to change the narrative on food allergies in kids 3-8 years old by educating all kids, empowering the food allergy kids, and encouraging empathy in the community around food allergy kids. The more people learn about and understand food allergies from a young age, the more accepting they will be as they grow up. So while the world will never be free of food allergens, education and understanding is the key to making the world a safer place for people with food allergies.Harley's Website: https://www.detectiveharleyfadd.comDownload Harley's App:https://www.detectiveharleyfadd.com/get-the-appHarley on Facebook:https://www.facebook.com/detectiveharleyfaddHarley on Twitter: https://twitter.com/DetHarleyFADDHarley on Instagram:https://www.detectiveharleyfadd.com/detectiveharleyfaddThe Everything Nut Allergy Cookbook: https://www.simonandschuster.com/authors/Lisa-Horne/190009636Food Allergy Talk: https://foodallergypi.com/the-food-allergy-talk-podcast/Blog: https://foodallergypi.comTwitter: @foodallergypi & @fatalkpodcastInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/foodallergypi/ and https://www.instagram.com/foodallergytalk/ TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@foodallergypiEmail: email@example.com
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Asthma, Allergies and Nutrition - The Story Part III - THE NUTRITION STUDIES - THE TO DO There is good quality data on specific parts of a diet or nutritional plan as it relates to asthma. This section will detail these micronutrient and macronutrient benefits and how to implement them in an overall asthma plan. We will start by looking at a list of high quality nutritional interventions and then follow with an expanded view of a few critical players...... and a second section of mothers and death risk perinatally. To your health, Dr. M
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We welcome back Julie Anne Lee from Adored Beast.Some highlights of what we talk about in this episode.There's a threshold that humans, animals, and mammals have for allergies. We need to strengthen the microbiome of our dogs' skin.First, address allergies by reducing over-reactivity as much as possible. Homeopathy can be life-saving when it comes to skin disease. Homeopathy can completely replace conventional medicine in many situations. Homeopathy is like educating the immune system or the body to deal with problems.When you suppress the thyroid quickly, the kidneys are often already unhealthy. When people have animals on drugs, it's important to start supporting them first.Join the Wildside for updates and discounts!Learn more about Steve's Real Foods.Learn more about Northwest Naturals.Learn more about Lifetime Pet Wellness Center.We are a local, independent, and owner-operated shop that is committed to providing the dogs and cats in our hometown of Columbus, Ohio with the best possible foods, supplements, and gear available. Also, we're a little different. Our small shop is not your typical pet food store. We don't carry unnecessary pet supplies like a lot of other shops do. We do not saturate our little space with products that we don't believe in and feel are unnecessary. Our goal is to have a place full of positive vibes that you and your pet feel comfortable in.We answer a "question of the week" in every episode, so send your question. Either DM us at @fangsfurpets or send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Find us on Facebook and Instagram.Music in this episode thanks to...Uppbeat: https://uppbeat.io/t/soundroll/fuzz-buzz - License code: LXYRDYTBCUZ8NMUCUppbeat: https://uppbeat.io/t/all-good-folks/habanera-bizet-hip-hop-remix -License code: HGGVZ43LS1MCK8PDCopyright 2023 Fangs & Fur Mentioned in this episode:Girls Gone Raw
Millions of people share their homes and their lives with pets, even those who are allergic to animals. Unfortunately, some people believe that once they are diagnosed with a pet allergy, they have no choice but to remove their pets from their family. Today we're going to give you some tips on how best to deal with pet allergies. Love and compassion for animals can bring everyone together. ‘Humane Voices' is the official podcast of the Humane Society of the United States. We'll explore the issues facing animals, interview worldwide animal experts, and discuss what you can do to get involved and help. If you care about the welfare of animals, or have a special pet or two in your life, this is the podcast for you.You can help stop all forms of animal cruelty. Please give today.Contact us at email@example.com to offer feedback and suggest future episode topics.
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On this episode of Food Allergy Talk, I welcome Dr. Omar Waqar. Dr. Waqar is a board certified allergist that practices right in New York City. He is a self-proclaimed foodie that appreciates the fact that our culture revolves around food, and he wants his patients to feel comfortable knowing what they are allergic to and not feel ostrasized for having allergies. He wants them to be able to recognize the signs and symptoms of an allergic reaction and know what to do – which puts them in control. He did a fellowship in Allergy and Immunology at Mount Sinai with leaders in food allergy sich as Dr. Sicherer and Dr. Sampson. While at the Jaffe Food Institute, he helped patients navigate comples food allergies an oversaw oral challenges. Today we are going to chat with Dr. Waqar about all things testing. Skin tests, blood tests, and more! Book an Appointment with Dr. Omar War: https://www.entandallergy.com/doctor/owaqarDr. Omar Waqar is a well-qualified and experienced allergist. After completing the prestigious seven-year Physician-Scientist combined BS/MD program at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (RPI) in Troy, New York, and Albany Medical College, he then pursued his residency in Internal Medicine at North Shore-Long Island Jewish with the Northwell Health System and a fellowship in Allergy and Immunology at the Mount Sinai Hospital.Dr. Waqar is board certified by both the American Board of Internal Medicine and the American Board of Allergy and Immunology. Dr. Waqar is well-published in a variety of peer-reviewed journals and presents on different topics within Allergy and Immunology. Dr. Waqar rounds out his experience and qualifications with an attentive ear to his patients' needs and requirements.He is fluent in Hindi/Urdu and conversational in Spanish.Follow Dr. Waqar on Social Media:Facebook https://www.facebook.com/entandallergyassociatesllp/X formerly known as Twitter https://twitter.com/ENT_and_AllergyYouTube https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCYKHrXLwcj1Yqa3Z8OwVH2QInstagram https://www.instagram.com/entandallergy/The Everything Nut Allergy Cookbook: https://www.simonandschuster.com/authors/Lisa-Horne/190009636Food Allergy Talk: https://foodallergypi.com/the-food-allergy-talk-podcast/Blog: https://foodallergypi.comTwitter: @foodallergypi & @fatalkpodcastInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/foodallergypi/ and https://www.instagram.com/foodallergytalk/ TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@foodallergypiEmail: firstname.lastname@example.org
This week on a Jean-less, Quin-less No Tangent Tuesday, Dave chats about everything from jersey corn to cocktail allergies. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
TO GET THE FULL SHOW NOTES, GO TO https://antiaginghacks.net/podcast/salt-therapy/ [Sponsor Episode: To get thicker, fuller and stronger hair, try FullyVital hair wellness products. Guaranteed to get thicker, fuller hair in 90 days.] My guest today is Leo Tonkin, who is the ceo of salt chamber. In 2012, Leo became involved with a new emerging health and wellness industry known as Salt Therapy (aka Halotherapy) and is the co-founder, principal partner and CEO of Salt Chamber, LLC which has quickly become the leading salt therapy company in North America. Here are the topics of discussion: 2:46 Leo's background 5:40 How salt mine workers have surprisingly good health 08:07 What are the benefits of salt therapy? 11:20 Does salt therapy clean your lungs? 13:32 How can people install salt rooms at home? 16:40 Are air filters good for cleaning air? 20:40 How often should individuals do salt therapy and how often? 23:54 Which salt is used in salt therapy rooms? 26:20 Will salt affect high blood pressure or hypertension? 27:28 Where can people try out a salt room before purchasing one?
This episode is brought to you by BiOptimizers Magnesium Breakthrough, Joovv, and Arma Colostrum. Today on The Dhru Purohit Podcast, Dhru sits down with Dr. Elroy Vojdani to discuss the topic of food sensitivities, the top sources, and their impact on the development and progression of autoimmune disease. Dr. Vojdani is the founder of Regenera Medical, a boutique Functional Medicine practice in Los Angeles, California. Dr. Vojdani began his medical career as an interventional radiologist. Dr. Vojdani has coauthored over 20 scientific articles and continues to play an integral role in research on autoimmune, neurodegenerative, and autoinflammatory conditions. He is the author of When Food Bites Back: Taking Control of Autoimmune Disease.In this episode, Dhru and Dr. Vojdani dive into (audio version / Apple Subscriber version):-Whether or not it's possible to recover from lifelong allergies (2:17 / 2:17)-The three major classifications of allergies (3:30 / 3:30)-Examples of food intolerances and sensitivities (10:43 / 4:20)-The limitations of traditional allergy testing (17:22 / 9:09)-The story of how Alessio Fasano discovered leaky gut syndrome (25:43 / 22:50)-Chronic diseases that are related to food sensitivities (39:55 / 36:54)-The role of food sensitivities in F.L.C. (Feel Like Crap) syndrome (44:08 / 39:46)-Risk factors that contribute to the development of autoimmunity (54:02 / 45:00)-Top food sensitivities that drive inflammation (1:07:23 / 1:02:06)-Do allergy shots actually work? (1:12:18 / 1:08:05)-Comprehensive food and allergy testing (1:21:01 / 1:13:40)-Identifying food sensitivities, removing them, and repairing the gut (1:34:21 / 1:29:14)-Tackling nuances around dairy and autoimmune disease (1:52:55 / 1:48:30)Also mentioned in this episode:-Episode 237: 3 Steps to Reverse Autoimmune Disease with Dr. Terry Wahls -The link between adverse childhood experiences and risk for developing autoimmune disease in adulthood -Dr. Vojdani's clinic: Regenera Medical-Dr. Vojdani's book, When Food Bites Back.-rupauniversity.comFor more on Dr. Elroy Vojdani, you can follow Regenera Medical on Instagram @regeneramedical.BiOptimizers is offering 10% off any of their Magnesium Breakthrough bundles plus a special gift with purchase. Head to magbreakthrough.com/dhru with code DHRU10.Right now, Joovv is offering an exclusive offer on your first order. Head to Joovv.com/dhru and apply my code DHRU at checkout.Receive 15% off your first order of Armra Colostrum at tryarmra.com/DHRU or enter DHRU to get 15% off your first order. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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Asthma, Allergies and Nutrition - The Story Here is a long form look at asthma and allergies as I am preparing a lecture on asthma and allergies for a conference in October. I will break it up into a few parts for your consumption. Asthma is now well known to be an inflammatory disease based on the response to anti-inflammatory medications and pathophysiological evidence making it a prime candidate for anti-inflammatory nutritional interventions. The Standard American Diet is filled with pro-inflammatory highly refined and processed foods that are laden with excessive amounts of sugar and unhealthy fats thus promoting inflammatory pathways that exacerbate disease. The genesis of the inflammation is now believed to start in part in the intestinal and pulmonary microbiomes with the loss of immune tolerance. The intestinal microbiome is highly responsive to whole food dietary alterations. Uric acid, a by product of fructose metabolism, is becoming a known driver of inflammasome activation and local tissue inflammation We will discuss in depth the food choices that lower the inflammatory burden, the asthma phenotype and the food immune reactions that exacerbate disease........ Enjoy, Dr. M
Can parents turn the tide on allergy rates and reduce their child's chances of developing one? According to Columbia-trained pediatric nutritionist, Ali Bandier, MS, RD, CDN the science shows that yes – they can. Former feeding guidelines encouraged parents to limit exposure to high-allergy foods, like peanut butter or shellfish, and refrain from offering those foods until at least two years of age. Recent data shows the opposite: earlier and regular exposure to these foods can reduce developing food allergies. Ali helps navigate the ever-changing food landscape, specifically noting the significant shifts in the science of food allergies, to support parents on their feeding journies. Connect with Ali: https://sentahealth.com/ https://www.instagram.com/alibandier/ Connect with Liz https://www.instagram.com/esandoz/?hl=en https://www.Elizabethjoy.co Sponsors jennikayne.com. Our listeners get 15% off their first order when they use code CHAVA new customers get $5 off Lume's Starter Pack with code CHAVA at LumeDeodorant.com Try Blissy now risk-free for 60 nights, at Blissy.com/CHAVA and get an additional 30% off Why Chava? Episode 248: https://podcasts.apple.com/jm/podcast/ep-248-welcome-to-morning-chava/id1343507855?i=1000593089125 Chava Meaning https://www.chabad.org/multimedia/video_cdo/aid/3506698/jewish/Inside-the-Name-Chava.htm