A type of joint disorder that involves inflammation of one or more joints
This episode is also available as a blog post: http://lovewithsex.me/2022/10/05/how-to-permanently-reverse-my-long-lasting-crippling-arthritis/ How to Permanently Reverse My Long-Lasting Crippling Arthritis? #ReverseArthritisSymptoms https://lovewithsex.me/?p=16922 Studies on both humans and animals have shown that even a small amount of blueberries improves mobility for arthritis sufferers. Read on to find out how I permanently reverse my long-lasting crippling arthritis naturally
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Chronic heart disease. Arthritis. Diabetes. Physical disabilities. These are just some of the problems caused by obesity, which, in and of itself, is a growing problem in the United States. Just how much? Consider this troubling development: every state in America currently has an obesity rate that tops 25%. As recently as 20 years ago, not a single state had an obesity rate that high. Dara Lieberman, Director of Government Relations at Trust for America's Health, explains the ripple effects this trend is creating, and what policy makers might be able to do to help. To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.audacyinc.com/privacy-policy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit https://podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Arthritis Adventure Blueprint: https://arthritisadventure.comFree Four Day Arthritis Friendly Workout Challenge: https://arthritisadventure.com/challengeAs a physical therapist and arthritis specialist, I know that finding pain relief from osteoarthritis is not easy. If you are feeling stuck or spinning your wheels without success with pain relief- I'm glad you're here. One of the biggest challenges I see in osteoarthritis care is actually understanding what causes your pain because this is the gateway to finding solutions. Pain can be triggered by inflammation but there are many things that contribute to inflammation. Instead of searching for the best supplements, trying every pain relief cream out there, and even trying every exercise program- it's so important to understand what is contributing to YOUR pain. This specific plan is mapped out inside the Arthritis Adventure Blueprint.//Adventuring with Osteoarthritis Resources:Kicking off your Own Arthritis Adventure:If you are ready to begin your own journey to overcoming osteoarthritis, you've come to the right place!Join my online course, The Arthritis Adventure Blueprint, which gives you a step by step plan on how to make your active lifestyle possible again without being limited by joint pain.Learn more by clicking hereI also offer one on one virtual and in person (in Utah) coaching services, schedule a free call with me to learn more by going here.Free Arthritis Resources:Where to Start: Knee Arthritis GuideWhere to Start: Hip Arthritis GuideFollow me on social media: > My website> Join my Private Facebook Group> Follow me on Instagram> Subscribe to my YouTube channel
Arthritis, eine Krankheit, die den Bewegungsapparat betrifft, ist weit verbreitet. Die am häufigsten betroffenen Gelenke sind die Hüfte und das Knie. Etwa 20 der Menschen haben Arthritis. Dabei handelt es sich um den allmählichen und manchmal fortschreitenden Verlust des Knorpels, The post Yoga-Posen und Übungen bei Knie- und Hüftarthrose appeared first on Intuition & ThetaHealing®.
On this episode, Dr. Axtmayer and Dr. Parker talked about sciatica, what causes it, what can people do to rehab it, and more. They also talked about arthritis, statin induced myopathy, and about the importance of knowing some pharmacology if you work in the rehab setting. Enjoy!
Episode at a Glance:Wendy's diagnosis story of juvenile rheumatoid arthritis as a babyGrowing up in the 1970s and 1980s with JRA: Wendy shares her ups and downs, from acceptance in grade school to isolation in high school and young adulthood (when she first met someone with her same condition at age 26)Treatments: Reflections on how treatments have changed in the current era as compared to the 1980sCareer choices with JRA: Wendy's shares how she managed a career as a computer programmer at Hewlett Packard after initially hoping to become an artist.Disability and “medical retirement:” Wendy wants to keep working longer but her job is not conducive to her medical needs; she has a smooth process of going on social security disability but experiences a very tedious and dehumanizing experience while attempting to utilize her long term disability insurance benefits through her company.Importance of Art and Mandalas in Wendy's coping: “Art was the one place I could be free.” Wendy takes a healing art class with a focus on mandalas and shares how “it's about getting quiet with yourself”Support groups: Wendy gets involved with the Arthritis foundation support groups and then is asked Kim Burda to help admin Co-Admin of the 26,000 person “Rheumatoid Disease (RD) - Laughing, Living, Loving, and Learning” for people with various forms of Rheumatoid Disease. SHe shares the ups and downs of being an admin.Wendy's best advice newly diagnosed patients? Find a good rheum who will partner with you and share and answer questions. Don't be afraid of the meds.Medical disclaimer:All content found on Arthritis Life public channels was created for generalized informational purposes only. The content is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment.Episode SponsorRheum to THRIVE, a community support & education program Cheryl created to help people with rheumatic disease go from overwhelmed, confused and alone to confident, supported and connected.For full episode details including a transcriptGo to www.MyArthritisLife.Net
Today's success story is about Jerry and his journey of Arthritis and Sholder pain, feeling out of control. he embarked on a journey of discovery, accountability and ultimately amazing success story. He took control of his life by committing to a schedule. Going to bed and arising at the same time, In addition, He was treated with: Nural Therapy IV vitamin C Injection Therapy You can beat your disease. Jerry's a stellar example. If you or someone you care about has Arthritis or shoulder pain, you can receive more information from www.westcliniconline.com You are NOT your diagnosis. Live. Don't just exist. Dr Jason West & West Clinic Team
In the second half of this article, learn what foods to eliminate to heal autoimmune disease, or any inflammatory illness. By Dr. Brooke Goldner at NutritionStudies.org Original post: https://nutritionstudies.org/healing-autoimmune-disease-with-supermarket-foods/ Dr Goldner's Video Webinar: https://www.goodbyelupus.com/6-steps-to-reversing-disease-with-supermarket-foods-webinar/ The T. Colin Campbell Center for Nutrition Studies was established to extend the impact of Dr. Campbell's life changing research findings. For decades, T. Colin Campbell, PhD, has been at the forefront of nutrition education and research. He is the coauthor of the bestselling book, The China Study, and his legacy, the China Project, is one of the most comprehensive studies of health and nutrition ever conducted. Their mission is to promote optimal nutrition through science-based education, advocacy, and research. By empowering individuals and health professionals, we aim to improve personal, public, and environmental health. How to support the podcast: Share with others. Recommend the podcast on your social media. Follow/subscribe to the show wherever you listen. Buy some vegan/plant based merch: https://www.plantbasedbriefing.com/shop Follow Plant Based Briefing on social media: Twitter: @PlantBasedBrief YouTube: YouTube.com/PlantBasedBriefing Facebook: Facebook.com/PlantBasedBriefing LinkedIn: Plant Based Briefing Podcast Instagram: @PlantBasedBriefing #vegan #plantbased #veganpodcast #plantbasedpodcast #plantbasedbriefing #nutritionstudies #tcolincampbell #lupus #autoimmunedisease #inflammation #inflammatorydisease #hypernourishing #scleroderma #sjogren's #arthritis #goodbyelupus
Managing chronic pain and fatigue in patients with PsA and spondyloarthritis can be challenging for providers. Hear rheumatologists Dr. Philip Mease (Director, Rheumatology Research Swedish Medical Center/Providence St. Joseph Health) and Dr. Ernest Choy (Cardiff University School of Medicine), and patients Melissa Leeolou and Minionette "Mini" Wilson discuss causes, symptoms, risks and the latest in managing chronic pain and fatigue successfully. This is the second of three CME episodes in CAPES (Clinician and Patient Education Series) presented by NPF, GRAPPA, SPARTAN and SAA. This program is supported by an educational grant from Pfizer Inc.
Barbara Allan is the author of book called Conquering Arthritis and the person behind her website with the same name. She has an incredible story of an 11 year battle with arthritis and she spent 2 and a half years incapacitated in a wheel chair unable to move and in chronic pain. The last time she was on the show we talked a lot about her story, and how she used food to help heal her gut and over time get on top of the pain in her joints and all over her body. It's truly a remarkable story and one that you should share with your friends to spread the message of hope and healing. Since last time we focused on foods, allergies, sensitivities, supplements healing the gut and topics related to the physical, this time we wanted to focus on the spiritual side of healing. I believe all disease is caused by some imbalance in the spiritual, energetic or emotional field. I think that's the true root of all diseases. If we can get to the bottom of what's happening on the emotional spiritual level, I think that's where you'll find the true deep healing. We love Barbara's approach because it's not one sided. It focuses on intention and living your purpose and in particular meditation and living in peace and mindfulness. Obviously it's much easier said than done but in this show we talked about some meditation techniques to help get at the root cause of arthritis (whether you're talking about reactive, rheumatoid or osteo) We talked about different types of meditations and how they can help to alleviate and even reverse the symptoms of arthritis. The amount of natural healing tools and alternative health options these days, is remarkable. The entire world is at your fingertips with a simple Google search! We hope you enjoyed the show! :) Please pass it on to your friends to spread the message of hope! Sponsors For This Episode: BioAge Superfoods - Get 10% Off Your Order With Code JUSTIN We hope you enjoyed our interview with Barbara Allan as much as we did and if you did would you consider clicking "like" and "share" on this page to let your friends and family know about the work he is doing? Kate and I would greatly appreciate that! :) Show Notes For This Episode: The Q-Laser Healing System BioAge Superfoods Good Morning Good Evening Qigong The Vitamix Commercial Blender Edgar Cayce - see books The Tibeten Book of Living and Dying Vipassana Meditation Thich Nhat Hanh - see books Shinzen Young - see books Eckhart Tolle - see books Conquering Arthritis Free Guide for EHR listeners Grow Your Own Food Summit Drew Canole from Fit Life TV - see course Commercials During This Episode: Commercial #1 The Q-Laser Healing System Commercial #2 BioAge Superfoods Commercial #3 Good Morning Good Evening Qigong Commercial #4 The Vitamix Commercial Blender Find Extreme Health Radio On: [include file=showpage-itunes-soundcloud-stitcher.html] Please Subscribe: Subscribe To Our Radio Show For Updates! Other Shows: [include file=show-links.html] Listen to other shows with this guest. Show Date: Thursday 7/19/2014 Show Guest: Barbara Allan Guest Info: At age 25 Barbara Allan became one of the over 9.1 million people in the United States with an autoimmune-type arthritis. Her arthritis was triggered by a bout of bacterial dysentery caused by eating food tainted with a bacterium called Shigella. She was on vacation at the time. Reactive arthritis was the name given to her condition. In many respects, it is very similar to rheumatoid arthritis. In fact, she eventually got well using methods proven to work for rheumatoid arthritis. The onset of her arthritis was about 6 weeks after the dysentery. The arthritis came on very suddenly and left her in chronic, overwhelming pain that often made it difficult to walk even a few steps without passing out. Sometimes the pain was so bad that she was incapable of rational thought,
Physische Aktivität kann die antientzündliche Therapie bei rheumatoider Arthritis unterstützen. In dieser Folge sprechen die Rheumatologen Dr. Martin Krusche und PD Dr. Philipp Sewerin darüber, inwiefern sich körperliche Aktivität positiv auf die RA auswirkt, welche antiinflammatorischen Effekte dem Sport zugeschrieben werden, wie RA-Patienten zu mehr Bewegung ermutigt werden können, welche Sportarten geeignet sind und wie intensiv trainiert werden sollte.
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Host: Ethan Craig, MD, MHS Guest: Alexis Ogdie, MD, MSCE For patients with oligoarticular arthritis, how can imaging features help us distinguish psoriatic arthritis from other inflammatory processes? Joining Dr. Ethan Craig to answer that question is Dr. Alexis Ogdie-Beatty from the Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania. Dr. Craig and Dr. Ogdie-Beatty are Novartis consultants. 221663 7/22
Nesse episódio vamos conhecer as teorias que explicam a regressão espontânea de uma hérnia de disco.: Cunha, Carla, et al. "The inflammatory response in the regression of lumbar disc herniation." Arthritis research & therapy 20.1 (2018): 1-9. Macki, Mohamed, et al. "Spontaneous regression of sequestrated lumbar disc herniations: Literature review." Clinical neurology and neurosurgery 120 (2014): 136-141. Yu, Pengfei, et al. "Characteristics and mechanisms of resorption in lumbar disc herniation." Arthritis Research & Therapy 24.1 (2022): 1-18. Gostou desse episódio? Ficou com alguma dúvida? Quer contribuir com o tema? Me segue e me conta no Instagram @thaissiqueira.fisio --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/fabio-dominski/support
Not all pain is the same. In fact, there are several different types of pain that can affect us differently — physically, emotionally, mentally. Knowing which type of pain you're experiencing is the key to effectively treating the pain. For Pain Awareness Month this September, we're featuring a two-part series podcast on pain in which we first explored the different types of pain people with arthritis may experience. In this, the second part of the series, we hear from a psychologist who specializes in pain about the brain's role in pain and some strategies to reduce and control it. We also are joined by a rheumatologist who discusses some medications and practices you can keep in your toolbox to manage the type of pain you may be experiencing. Visit the Live Yes! With Arthritis Podcast site to read the blog, get show notes and a full transcript: https://arthritis.org/liveyes/podcast We want to hear from you. Tell us what you think about the Live Yes! With Arthritis Podcast. Get started by emailing email@example.com. Special Guests: Dr. John Davis and John (Drew) Sturgeon.
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During “The Great Debate” at ACR Convergence 2020, the question: “Should JAK inhibitors be started before TNF inhibitors in people with rheumatoid arthritis who failed methotrexate?” was asked. However, in 2021, results from the oral surveillance trial showed an increased risk of major adverse cardiovascular events in cancers among patients with rheumatoid arthritis taking tofacitinib as compared to those on TNF inhibitors. These findings led to the FDA updating their black box warning on JAK inhibitors. Today, we've invited one of the speakers on the great debate, Dr. Vibeke Strand, to speak on her position on JAK inhibitors given these new results and shed some more light on the subject.
Chronic pain and fatigue in PsA and spondyloarthritis can be challenging. Rheumatologists Dr. Philip Mease (Seattle Rheumatology Associates) and Dr. Ernest Choy (Cardiff University School of Medicine), with patients Melissa and Mini discuss causes, symptoms, risks and tips for managing both successfully. This is the second episode in CAPES (Clinician and Patient Education Series) presented by NPF, GRAPPA, SPARTAN and SAA.
Managing Canine Arthritis 09/19/2011 If your dog experiences difficulty getting up, tires easily or seems stiff, arthritis may be the culprit. The most common type of canine arthritis is degenerative joint disease, or osteoarthritis, affecting one out of five adult dogs in the United Sates, the Arthritis Foundation recently reported. Osteoarthritis occurs when the cartilage protecting the bones of the joint is destroyed. The joint loses its cushion, causing friction between bones, leading to pain and decreased mobility in affected joints. Inflammation of the cartilage can also stimulate bony growths (spurs) to form around the joints. Since cartilage has no nerve supply, damage can progress with no outward symptoms until the joint is severely damaged and the lubricating fluid has lost its ability to protect the bone surfaces. Although any joint in a dog's body can be affected by arthritis, the most commonly affected joints are the hips, elbows, lower back, knees and wrists. The other less common type of arthritis affecting dogs is inflammatory joint disease, usually caused by an infection, such as bacterial or fungal infection, tick-borne disease and Rocky Mountain spotted fever. This type of arthritis can also be caused by an underlying defect in your dog's immune system, which may be hereditary. Factors contributing to a dog developing arthritis include aging, congenital joint disorders like hip dysplasia, osteochondrosis, elbow dysplasia, old injuries, repeated trauma to joints, activity levels in working and athletic dogs placing increased stress on joints, obesity, and metabolic diseases such as diabetes and Cushing's disease. Arthritis symptoms include stiffness, lameness, or limping after rest; appetite loss or unusual weight gain; inactivity and sleeping more; reluctance to walk, run or climb stairs; unusual urinating in the house; and irritability and other behavioral changes. A veterinarian can diagnose arthritis based on your dog's age, medical history, and a physical exam. X-rays of the joints may be necessary to determine severity of disease. Non-medical approaches to minimize arthritic aches and pains include: Weight control. If your dog is overweight, this puts added stresses on joints, causing greater joint damage and more severe arthritis. Helping your dog lose weight will help minimize further joint damage. A recent collaborative study between the Universities of Glasgow and Utrech found that weight loss among obese dogs with osteoarthritis dramatically improved lameness and mobility. Food. The right mix of dietary fatty acids can do more than improve your dog's skin and coat. Research shows that eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA), an omega-3 fatty acid, can help reduce inflammation, help limit damage to cartilage and reduce the symptoms of arthritis in dogs. Ask your veterinarian for foods that provide high levels of EPA. Exercise. Light to moderate exercise helps keep stiff joints supple and mobile. The exact exercise requirements depend on the individual dog, with 15 to 20 minutes of exercise twice daily often recommended, rather than one long, 40-minute walk. Ideal is swimming, a low-impact activity that improves muscle mass without overstressing joints. Animal physical rehabilitation. Most academic centers and many large private practices have certified rehabilitators today. Rehabilitation therapy can include underwater treadmills, ultrasound therapy and electric stimulation. Like techniques used to help humans with arthritis, canine physical therapy utilizes applications of cold and heat, massage, stretching and range-of-motion exercises to maintain joint health and muscle strength. Rehabilitation can relieve pain and promote cartilage, tendon and ligament health. Natural over-the-counter treatments. Pills or food containing glucosamine and chondroitin sulfate or Omega fatty acids have shown to ease arthritis symptoms in dogs. Acupuncture and massage. Although controlled clinical studies are lacking, there are many anecdotal reports on the use of acupuncture to help relieve pain from hip dysplasia and degenerative joint disease in dogs. You can also gently massage your dog's painful joints to help restore blood flow. Medically managing canine arthritis is aimed at controlling pain, increasing mobility, slowing down joint degeneration and encouraging cartilage repair. Options include: Non-Steroidal Anti-Inflammatory Drugs. NSAIDs). Aspirin and many other modern and prescription medications like Rimadyl reduce pain and inflammation. Because of the side-effects associated with the use of anti-inflammatory drugs, many vets will choose to run a blood test to ensure that the liver and kidneys are in working order before initiating this treatment. Glucocorticoids (commonly known as steroids or cortisone). Given as tablets or injections, these drugs have a higher anti-inflammatory effect than NSAIDs, but long-term use may cause more obvious and serious side effects. Chondroprotectants. Helping protect cartilage as it attempts to repair itself, these drugs are increasingly popular in treating degenerative joint disease. This category includes the FDA-approved Adequan for management of degenerative joint disease in dogs, which works by inhibiting enzymes that contribute to cartilage destruction. Administered by intramuscular injection, studies show when puppies diagnosed with hip dysplasia were given Adequan before arthritic changes occurred, their radiographs showed significant improvement and development of degenerative joint disease was delayed. Surgery. If your dog's joints become severely damaged or if the pain is intense, your veterinarian may recommend surgery to reduce pain and improve movement and function. Among the different kinds of procedures for degenerative arthritis is arthroscopic surgery, which involves making small incisions through which the surgeon can clean cartilage debris from the joint. Other surgeries are aimed at repairing bone deformity, fusing joints or rebuilding part of a joint. Your dog may also undergo an operation to replace a damaged joint with an artificial joint. Preventing or delaying arthritis later in life can begin in puppyhood with these strategies: If you're buying a purebred puppy, choose a reliable breeder who should have X-rays taken of hips and elbows to prevent dogs with poor joint conformation from breeding. Don't let your puppy eat too much or over-exercise. Providing a wholesome diet with added calcium and omega 3 may also help delay or prevent arthritis. Providing a comfortable sleeping space for your puppy will help prevent him from laying in awkward positions and relieve unnecessary pressure on his joints.
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This episode I am joined by Hannah from Canine Arthritis Management (CAM) to talk about the disease how it can effect young dogs, what we can do to help and why its not the end of your dogs journey just a new direction. For more information on CAM https://caninearthritis.co.uk To help support the work CAM do https://l.facebook.com/l.php?u=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.justgiving.com%2Fcrowdfunding%2Fcamhelp%3Ffbclid%3DIwAR0x7uLZfiljxiiixeb8wmgOJfpgu6WT_KdAiJ475b--pvdNEi-84pmSkwI&h=AT01-RzVEKBJlQJ6ghoJgig188MkFfitvEwGYp3YfWLYo1_2pm5Dsr2c8QTGh7ADcYs-5aBr9qgSyz_RWFzsWyOa8OrWsNxv3QTY8psTlnDnGLV0p5jSC5NnXo_o1OaFQuu5IHGFWC6GiBOsSHX-pmA
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Stem cells can change into nearly any type of cell! That means if used correctly they can regenerate tissue, like cartilage, joints, skin, etc... The key to the success of those magic cells is in knowing what they can do and what they can't do! You need to correct the Physical, Chemical, and Emotional stressors, and restore the bodies adaptation to the altered mechanics, and restore the normal biomechanics! This episode we will review what stem cells can and cannot do! Don't miss this life changing episode!
How can krill support your health? Jerry Hickey, Ph. goes into depth about the difference between krill and fish oil as well as the benefits. Take advantage of an exclusive podcast offer today by visiting http://www.invitehealth.com/podcast. For more information on the products or studies mentioned in this episode, as well as a complete transcript of the audio, click here
Bri & Beka host their seventh episode of their “Warrior Wednesday” series and this week are joined by guest, Anna Claire, a fellow rheumatoid arthritis warrior. We encourage you to get social with us on social media by liking our Facebook page, “Those Girls with Arthritis”, and following us on instagram @thosegirlswitharthritis. Send your questions to us on Instagram or to our email firstname.lastname@example.org.Don't forget to subscribe, so you won't miss future episodes!Disclaimer: Those Girls with Arthritis was created by two friends hoping to share their personal experiences and learn from others. We are not medical experts. Please contact your health professionals before making any choices to change your medical plan.
He found relief from devastating rheumatoid arthritis after 20 years! The pain had grown so bad that Daniel Ganu could not even lift a piece of paper. Nothing he tried seemed to work and the problems kept getting worse. Until one day he changed his diet and suddenly two decades of pain finally ended and he got his life back! None of this would have happened if his wife didn't see an episode of The Exam Room Podcast featuring Dr. Monica Aggarwal who detailed the steps she took to overcome RA during a touching interview with “The Weight Loss Champion” Chuck Carroll Now, Daniel has flown halfway around the world to sit down with Chuck to say thank you and share his own remarkable story. You will learn the plan he put into action to win his battle with arthritis and get his life back! Chuck at GreenFare Hooked: Breaking a 10,000-Calorie-A-Day Junk Food Habit Tickets: https://wghtloss.cc/GreenFareChuck Date: Wednesday 9/21 Time: Dinner at 5:30pm, Talk at 6:30pm — — — Dr. Monica Aggarwal Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/drmonicaaggarwal Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/monicaaggarwalmd Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/drmaggarwal Website: https://www.drmonicaaggarwal.com Body On Fire Cookbook: https://amzn.to/3Me94wX — — — Chuck Carroll Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ChuckCarrollWLC Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/ChuckCarrollWLC Facebook: http://wghtloss.cc/ChuckFacebook — — — Physicians Committee Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/physicianscommittee Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/PCRM.org Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/pcrm — — — 21-Day Vegan Kickstart App iOS: https://bit.ly/VegKStrt-iOS Android: https://bit.ly/VegKStrtAndrd Web: https://www.pcrm.org/kickstart — — — Barnard Medical Center Appointments https://bit.ly/BMCtelemed 202-527-7500 — — — Share the Show Please subscribe and give the show a 5-star rating on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, or many other podcast providers. Don't forget to share it with a friend for inspiration!
Not all pain is the same. In fact, there are several different types of pain that can affect us differently — physically, emotionally, mentally. Knowing your type of pain is the key to effectively treating it. This episode is the first of a two-part series for Pain Awareness Month in which you'll learn to identify your type of pain and potential causes. Listen now and stay tuned for part two in which we explore solutions to pain. Visit the Live Yes! With Arthritis Podcast site to read the blog, get show notes and a full transcript: https://arthritis.org/liveyes/podcast We want to hear from you. Tell us what you think about the Live Yes! With Arthritis Podcast. Get started by emailing email@example.com. Special Guest: Dr. Daniel Clauw.
Every Joint in your body requires, healthy movement, blood and nerve supply. To have healthy joints you have to correct the Physical, Chemical and Emotional stressors. The most common type of Arthritis is the result of trauma, so to reverse arthritis you must correct the problem! Don't miss this life changing episode!
Did you know PsA and fibromyalgia can coexist? Knowing whether it's fibromyalgia, PsA or both can impact your treatment options. Listen as rheumatologist Dr. Evan Siegel from Arthritis and Rheumatism Associates in Rockville, MD, discusses symptoms, similarities, differences and treatment options. This Psound Bytes episode is provided with support from AbbVie, Amgen, Bristol Myers Squibb, Janssen, Lilly and Pfizer.
Dr. Lindsey A. Criswell, is the director of the National Institute of Arthritis and Musculoskeletal and Skin Diseases (NIAMS). Prior to joining NIAMS, Dr. Criswell was vice chancellor of research at the University of California, San Francisco. She has a bachelor's degree in genetics and a master's degree in public health from the University of California, Berkeley, and an M.D. from UCSF. As the NIAMS director, Dr. Criswell oversees the Institute's annual budget of nearly $625 million, which supports research into the causes, treatment, and prevention of arthritis and musculoskeletal and skin diseases. Between 1994 and the time she became NIAMS director, Criswell was a principal investigator on multiple NIH grants and published more than 250 peer-reviewed journal papers. In this episode, we discuss her journey as a leader in medicine and science. Welcome to Leading the Rounds. Questions We Asked: When did you start to see yourself as a leader? What experiences helped you build your leadership style? When you stepped into your current role, did you feel ready? What are the greatest challenges you face in your current leadership? When do you know when a good opportunity comes along to pursue? Were there things in your training that weren't addressed?How do you avoid being “scooped” in medical research? How does one decide what leadership route to choose? How has failure impacted you as a physician, scientist and leader? Quotes and Ideas: My leadership style reflects my own personality “It really does take a team effort to be successful in science and medicine” “There's no one way to be an effective leader” You can learn a lot by observing people you respect in positions of leadership “I'm in a stage in my career where I really want to make an impact” “As an investigator, if you can't communicate effectively at the appropriate level… you're not going to be successful.” Most, if not all, of the impactful research done is a team effort “Just say no”
3 success stories about Chronic Kidney Disease on a WFPB diet: "At 73, I Went Plant-Based and Said Goodbye to Obesity, Heart Disease, Kidney Disease, and Arthritis" by Rick McKeon "How a Plant-Based Diet Helped Me Restore Kidney Functioning” by Kelly Lawrence "From 3 Percent Kidney Function to Dialysis-Free on a Whole-Food, Plant-Based Diet” by Don Davis Original posts: https://www.forksoverknives.com/success-stories/at-73-i-went-plant-based-and-said-goodbye-to-obesity-heart-disease-kidney-disease-and-arthritis/ https://www.forksoverknives.com/success-stories/beating-kidney-disease-plant-based-diet/ https://www.forksoverknives.com/success-stories/from-3-percent-kidney-function-to-dialysis-free-on-a-whole-food-plant-based-diet/ Don Davis' “Natural Kidney Journey” facebook group (now 21k members!): https://www.facebook.com/groups/naturalkidneyjourney Related Episode: 361: What is Chronic Kidney Disease and How Do I Prevent It? Forks Over Knives Documentary: https://www.forksoverknives.com/the-film/ Forks Over Knives was founded following the release of the world-famous documentary Forks Over Knives in 2011, showing people how to regain control of their health and their lives with a plant-based diet. Since then Forks Over Knives released bestselling books, launched a mobile recipe app and maintains a website filled with the latest research, success stories, recipes, and tools to help people at every phase of their plant-based journeys. They also have a cooking course, a meal planner, a line of food products, and a magazine. Please visit www.ForksOverKnives.com for a wealth of resources. How to support the podcast: Share with others. Recommend the podcast on your social media. Follow/subscribe to the show wherever you listen. Buy some vegan/plant based merch: https://www.plantbasedbriefing.com/shop Follow Plant Based Briefing on social media: Twitter: @PlantBasedBrief YouTube: YouTube.com/PlantBasedBriefing Facebook: Facebook.com/PlantBasedBriefing LinkedIn: Plant Based Briefing Podcast Instagram: @PlantBasedBriefing #vegan #plantbased #plantbasedpodcast #veganpodcast #plantbasedbriefing #forksoverknives #wfpb #wholefoodplantbased #CKD #kidneydisease #chronickidneydisease #diabetes #highbloodpressure #obesity #heartdisease #arthritis #kidneytransplant #dialysis #dialysisfree
Today, we've invited a clinical expert of spondyloarthritis, Dr. Maureen Dubreuil. In this episode, Dr. Dubreuil discusses how she evaluates and treats patients with this specific condition and shares with us tips and insights into how to diagnose and manage this disease.
September is National Pain Awareness Month. Every year. Pain professionals and activists from around the country get together to raise awareness about problems connected to chronic pain during this month. Chronic pain directly impacts millions of people in the United States. Arthritis is the nation's top cause of disability. This age-old disease affects our society in so many ways. But today, we have the resources, information, and support to help patients and caregivers succeed in their journey, despite the many obstacles they may face. Shannon Jackson, The Peoples, will be joined by Nick Turkas, MSSenior Director, Patient Education, and Community Connections, to discuss this important topic and how The Arthritis Foundation is the most trusted source for tips and resources to help fight arthritis pain and improve quality of life.What is Arthritis ?Arthritis isn't a single disease; the term refers to joint pain or joint disease, and there are more than 100 types of arthritis and related conditions. People of all ages, races and sexes live with arthritis, and it is the leading cause of disability in the U.S. It's most common among women, and although it's not a disease of aging, some types of arthritis occur in older people more than younger people.Common arthritis symptoms include swelling, pain, stiffness and diminished range of motion in joints. Symptoms vary from mild to severe and may come and go. Some may stay about the same for years, but symptoms can also progress and get worse over time. Severe arthritis can result in chronic pain, difficulty performing daily activities and make walking and climbing stairs painful and grueling.Arthritis can also cause permanent joint changes. These may be visible, such as knobby finger joints, but often the damage can be seen only on X-rays. Some types of arthritis affect the heart, eyes, lungs, kidneys and skin as well as the joints.How is it diagnosed ?Information about symptoms, health and lifestyle habits will help determine the type of arthritis you have. TreatmentArthritis treatment focuses on relieving symptoms and improving joint function. You may need to try several different treatments such as medication and therapy , or combinations of treatments, before you determine what works best for you.
This week's podcast finds Kati and Sean talking about everything from painful arthritis to visiting the Beautiful Florida Keys. They go back to work in person with an appearance at Playlist Live, Orlando, connect with old friends Ali Spagnola & Max No Sleeves. They debate Sting's solo music & The Police. While at the the airport on the way home Sean discovers superheros. IN THE NEWS Man paddles 38 miles down Missouri River in 846-pound pumpkin to claim world record Man beats previous ‘Longest journey by pumpkin boat' record https://bit.ly/3eHbdFX Defective Sex Toys Are Being Recycled Into Fashionable Shoes A little streetwear label has partnered with a giant in the adult toy industry to create a shoe derived in part from unused, defective sex toys. https://bit.ly/3qx3ixe Other topics discussed Kanye West, Adidas & Kati explains what Bipolar Disorder is. Medical update: After seeing the podiatrist Sean has a Hallux Limitus prognosis in both feet. He will be buying Hoka shoes for support and will review them on a later podcast episode. Audience Letters: Numbers Have Never Made Sense - Rob from Florida • A smoking Nun & left handed people • Tourism Florida bureau & tour School Schedules -Tina from Delaware • The Weather Blues ––––– Discord community https://discord.gg/4gPTrGBM9z Fan art to OTDMpod@gmail.com Speakpipe 90 second voice message: https://www.speakpipe.com/OTDM The OTDM census form https://forms.gle/qFZM3ywPzrpKMkKfA Amazon Suggestions https://www.amazon.com/shop/katimorton CONNECT Kati TikTok @Katimorton Instagram @katimorton Sean TikTok @hatori_seanzo Instagram @seansaintlouis Roxy Instagram @roxytheadventurer BUSINESS Linnea Toney firstname.lastname@example.org #podcast #austintexas #visitflorida --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/otdm/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/otdm/support
What's the best part of recording a podcast with your arthritis bestie? They understand when life and flare ups get in the way! Those Girls with Arthritis are back this week with an update on what they've been up to and share how their arthritis affects even little things like shopping for new work clothes. We encourage you to get social with us on social media by liking our Facebook page, “Those Girls with Arthritis”, and following us on instagram @thosegirlswitharthritis. Send your questions to us on Instagram or click here to submit your questions anonymously. We encourage anyone who would like to join our Facebook community group to do so! You can access the page by clicking here. Check out our merch shop by going to thosegirlswitharthritis.com. Proceeds from the sales will be donated to the Arthritis Foundation.Don't forget to subscribe, so you won't miss future episodes!Disclaimer: Those Girls with Arthritis was created by two friends hoping to share their personal experiences and learn from others. We are not medical experts. Please contact your health professionals before making any choices to change your medical plan.
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Season 3, Episode 34. Chuck and Chris discuss nuances of the presentation of CMC arthritis with attention paid to hyperextension of the thumb MCP joint.Subscribe to our newsletter: https://wustl.us6.list-manage.com/subscribe?u=c6fe13919f69cbe248767c4e8&id=10e0c1dd85Please complete NEW Survey: https://forms.office.com/Pages/ResponsePage.aspx?id=taPMTM1xbU6XS02b65bG1s4ZpoRI9wlPhXnSF2MnEXxURVRNVDNBMEVSMU1CWFpIQVA4SEtMTFcyMS4uAs always, thanks to @iampetermartin for the amazing introduction and conclusion music.theupperhandpodcast.wustl.edu.
Vax Whistleblower – Mary Hollen Anna Maria Mihalcea – D-Dimer elevation in the Unvaccinated. A Marker of Shedding? Why You Should Have Faith Plandemic – Indoctrination Green tea compound shows promise for treating rheumatoid arthritis Washington State University August 25, 2022 A compound found in green tea could be an effective treatment for rheumatoid arthritis, according to the results of a new study. Green tea being poured into a cup] EGCG – a compound found in green tea – could help treat rheumatoid arthritis, new research suggests. In the journal Arthritis and Rheumatology, researchers from Washington State University (WSU) in Spokane reveal how the compound – called epigallocatechin-3-gallate (EGCG) – reduced ankle swelling in a mouse model of the disease. Rheumatoid arthritis (RA) is a disease that affects the joints of the body, most commonly the joints of the hands, feet, wrists, elbows knees and ankles. In RA, the immune system mistakingly attacks the synovial tissues surrounding the joints, causing inflammation, swelling and pain. This can cause damage to the cartilage and bone. Current treatments for RA include non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDS), corticosteroids and JAK inhibitors. But study leader Salah-uddin Ahmed, of the WSU College of Pharmacy, notes that some of these treatments are expensive, reduce immune system activity and can be unsuitable for long-term use. In their study, Ahmed and colleagues suggest that the compound EGCG may be a promising alternative to current treatments for RA. EGCG targets key signaling protein to reduce RA inflammation EGCG is a chemical compound that belongs to a class of flavanols known as catechins. After giving EGCG to mouse models of RA for 10 days, the team noticed that treatment with the compound led to a significant reduction in ankle swelling. The researchers found that EGCG reduces the activity of TAK1 – a key signaling protein through which pro-inflammatory cytokines transmit their signals to trigger the inflammation and tissue damage found in RA. What is more, the team says that EGCG reduced inflammation in RA without interfering with other cellular functions – unlike some current medications for the disease. According to Ahmed, their study suggests the green tea compound may be highly effective against RA. Antioxidant-rich pomegranate juice may aid blood sugar management for diabetics: Human data Jordan University of Science and Technology, August 20, 2022 Daily consumption of pomegranate juice may help control blood sugar levels in type-2 diabetics, as well as improving the function of beta cells in the pancreas, say data from a human trial. Scientists from the Jordan University of Science and Technology report that pomegranate juice at a dose of 1.5 mL per kg of body weight (or 105 mL for a 70 kg human) was associated with reductions in fasting glucose levels in type-2 diabetics. “Studying the effects of pomegranate consumption (in a juice form) on the reduction of blood glucose levels in type-2 diabetes patients could lead to a dietary approach to control this disease,” they added. “Since there are many herbs and fruits that are easily available and of value in controlling this disease, this study may contribute to a better understanding and improved management of type 2 diabetes by the individual.” To investigate this, they recruited 85 people with type-2 diabetes and assigned them to receive 1.5 mL of the juice per kg of body weight. Blood sugar and insulin levels, and beta cell function were assessed three hours after ingestion. (Beta-cells are found in the pancreas and their primary function is to store and release insulin.) Results showed that pomegranate juice was associated with significantly lower fasting glucose levels (8.5 mmol/L) compared with the control participants (9.44 mmol/L). However, this result was an average for the whole cohort and about 20% of the participants did not experience this benefit. Going with the flow: Study shows canals and rivers help boost your mood King's College London, August 31, 2022 Researchers report that the combination of blue and green space with wildlife, has a greater impact on well-being than spending time in an environment that is characterized by only green space. The researchers used Urban Mind, a smartphone-based app, to collect thousands of real time audits about participants' location and mental well-being. Results from this first of its kind study showed positive associations between visits to canals and rivers and mental well-being, as well as a positive experience for feelings of safety and social inclusion relative to all other types of environments (such as indoors, or outside in an urban environment, or near green spaces). Andrea Mechelli, Professor of Early Intervention in Mental Health, King's College London, said, “Canals and rivers contain not only water but also an abundance of trees and plants, which means their capacity to improve mental well-being is likely to be due to the multiple benefits associated with both green and blue spaces. Canals and rivers also provide homes to a range of wildlife, and we know from other research that there is a positive association between encountering wildlife and mental well-being. Taken collectively, these findings provide an evidence base for what we thought about water and well-being and support the proposal that visits to canals and rivers could become part of social prescribing schemes, playing a role in supporting mental health.” The study found that visiting canals and rivers was associated with a greater improvement in mental well-being, and this relationship was still present when accounting for individual variation due to age, gender, education, ethnicity, and a diagnosis of a mental health condition. People also reported continued improvements in their mental well-being for up to 24 hours after the visit had taken place.”The powerful mix of blue, green and wildlife-rich space shows that although built for industry, repurposed canals are actually amongst our most important places of health and well-being in our towns and cities. Men, people over 65 sleep better when they have access to nature University of Illinois College of Agricultural, August 24, 2022 Men and persons age 65 and older who have access to natural surroundings, whether it's the green space of a nearby park or a sandy beach and an ocean view, report sleeping better, according to a new University of Illinois study published in Preventive Medicine. In the study, Grigsby-Toussaint worked with both U of I researchers and scientists from the New York University School of Medicine. The team used data from the CDC's Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System, which surveyed 255,171 representative U.S. adults, to learn whether there was an association between self-reported days of insufficient sleep and access to green space. The team also used a USDA index that scores the country's geographical areas for their natural amenities, using hours of sunlight, which is important in regulating a person's circadian rhythm, and temperature. In response to the survey question about sleep quality in the last month, the researchers found that the most common answer was that respondents had slept poorly for less than one week. “Interestingly, though, across the entire sample, individuals reporting 21 to 29 days of insufficient sleep consistently had lower odds of access to green space and natural amenities compared to those reporting less than one week,” she said. For men, the relationship between sleep and exposure to green space was much stronger than for women. And males and females 65 and over found nature to be a potent sleep aid, she added. Grigsby-Toussaint noted that living near green landscapes is associated with higher levels of physical activity and that exercise in turn predicts beneficial sleep patterns. But men appeared to benefit much more from their natural surroundings. The researcher speculated that women may take less advantage of nearby natural settings out of concern for their safety, but she added that more research is needed. New study links ultra-processed foods and colorectal cancer in men Tufts University and Harvard University, August 31 ,2022 For many Americans, the convenience of pre-cooked and instant meals may make it easy to overlook the less-than-ideal nutritional information, but a team led by researchers at Tufts University and Harvard University hope that will change after recently discovering a link between the high consumption of ultra-processed foods and an increased risk of colorectal cancer. In a study published in the BMJ, researchers found that men who consumed high rates of ultra-processed foods were at 29% higher risk for developing colorectal cancer—the third most diagnosed cancer in the United States—than men who consumed much smaller amounts. They did not find the same association in women. “We started out thinking that colorectal cancer could be the cancer most impacted by diet compared to other cancer types,” said Lu Wang, the study's lead author and a postdoctoral fellow at the Friedman School of Nutrition Science and Policy at Tufts. “Processed meats, most of which fall into the category of ultra-processed foods, are a strong risk factor for colorectal cancer. Ultra-processed foods are also high in added sugars and low in fiber, which contribute to weight gain and obesity, and obesity is an established risk factor for colorectal cancer.” The study analyzed responses from over 200,000 participants—159,907 women and 46,341 men—across three large prospective studies which assessed dietary intakeand were conducted over more than 25 years. The analyses revealed differences in the ways that men and women consume ultra-processed foods and the prospective associated cancer risk. Out of the 206,000 participants followed for more than 25 years, the research team documented 1,294 cases of colorectal cancer among men, and 1,922 cases among women. The team found the strongest association between colorectal cancer and ultra-processed foods among men come from the meat, poultry, or fish-based, ready-to-eat products. “These products include some processed meats like sausages, bacon, ham, and fish cakes. This is consistent with our hypothesis,” Wang said. The team also found higher consumption of sugar-sweetened beverages, like soda, fruit-based beverages, and sugary milk-based beverages, is associated with an increased risk of colorectal cancer in men. However, not all ultra-processed foods are equally harmful with regard to colorectal cancer risk. “We found an inverse association between ultra-processed dairy foods like yogurt and colorectal cancer risk among women,” said co-senior author Fang Fang Zhang, a cancer epidemiologist and interim chair of the Division of Nutrition Epidemiology and Data Science at the Friedman School. Overall, there was not a link between ultra-processed food consumption and colorectal cancer risk among women. It's possible that the composition of the ultra-processed foods consumed by women could be different than that from men. “Foods like yogurt can potentially counteract the harmful impacts of other types of ultra-processed foods in women,” Zhang said. 8 Benefits of Pine Bark Extract for Your Brain GreenMedInfo, August 31, 2022 Our brains can be harmed by many factors such as disease, stress from the environment, physical injuries or natural aging but pine bark extract may be one key to a healthier brain Pine bark extract (PE), trade name Pycnogenol (pronounced “pig-nah-gen-all”), has many beneficial properties such as being anti-inflammatory, antioxidant and neuroprotective. It can help with memory, cognition, inattention, hyperactivity, mood, thinking and various symptoms of brain injuries, aging and neurological diseases. Fights Inflammation and Protects the Brain In a systematic review and meta-analysis of Pycnogenol supplementation on C-reactive protein (CRP) — a marker of oxidative stress — researchers examined five trials including 324 participants. Pycnogenol supplementation had a significant effect in reducing CRP and demonstrated a strong anti-inflammatory effect.[i] In a study of gerbils, pine bark extract was administered at 100 milligrams (mg) per kilogram (kg) once a day for seven days before the brain was submitted to a brain ischemic injury. The PE treatment markedly inhibited the death of neurons in the brain, significantly decreased the pro-inflammatory cytokines — interleukin 1β and tumor necrosis factor α — and showed a strong activation effect on anti-inflammatory cytokines of interleukin 4 (IL-4) and interleukin 13 (IL-13). Pine bark protected the brain and decreased inflammation.[ii] Improves Attention, Memory, Executive Functions and Mood in Healthy People In a study over eight weeks, Pycnogenol supplementation improved sustained attention, memory, executive functions and mood ratings in 53 healthy students compared to an equivalent control group.[iii] In a trial of 60 healthy professionals from 35 to 55 years old, half of the participants supplemented with Pycnogenol of 50 mg three times a day for 12 weeks in combination with a controlled health plan — regular sleep, balanced meals and daily exercise — and the other half followed only the health plan as the control group. PE significantly improved mood by 16%, mental performance by 9%, attention by 13% and memory by 4%, and reduced oxidative stress by 30%, outperforming all results of the control group.[iv] Prevents Brain Aging and Cognitive Decline Brain aging is a complex process involving changes in the brain's structure, neuron activity and biochemical profile that has been linked to age-associated variations in cognitive function. Increased oxidative stress may also be an important factor related to reduced cognition in older people. In a systematic review of over 100 research trials and animal studies, the antioxidant Pycnogenol significantly improved cognitive function after chronic administration.[v] Improves Cognition and Stress in the Mildly Impaired or Highly Oxidative Stressed Eighty-seven healthy subjects with mild cognitive impairment scores were included in a trial with one group given standard management (SM) and the other half given Pycnogenol supplements for two months. The median increase in mild impairment scores was 18% with Pycnogenol compared to 2.48% in the SM group, largely due to its effects on oxidative stress levels.[vi] In a study of 88 healthy patients ages 55 to 70 who had high oxidative stress, half were supplemented with 100 mg per day of Pycnogenol for 12 months and the other half were the control group followed as a reference point for a year. Those in the pine bark group had significantly improved cognitive function scores, attention and mental performance and lowered oxidative stress levels compared to those in the reference group.[vii] Increases Cognitive Function and Helps Symptoms in Parkinson's Disease Researchers studied 43 Parkinson's disease (PD) patients who had been diagnosed at least one year before the trial. The condition was considered “mild,” with minimal progression. The standard management (SM) for PD — carbidopa/levodopa — was used in a similar-sized reference group of PD subjects for comparison purposes. The trial subjects were supplemented with Pycnogenol of 150 mg per day along with SM for a period of four weeks. Cognitive function was significantly higher with the Pycnogenol group. Target symptoms including tremors, rigidity, bradykinesia — slow or impaired movements in limbs — and speech were improved in the PE group compared to the control group. Oxidative stress was also significantly lower in the pine bark group at four weeks.[viii] Enhances Memory and Prevents Harmful Plaque and Tau Buildup in Alzheimer's Disease In Alzheimer's disease (AD), the release of amyloid-beta (Aβ) is a marker. Aβ aggregates into oligomers, then plaques, which induce inflammatory responses, synapse loss and misfolding of tau, a second hallmark of AD. Accumulation of tau misfolding leads to tangles in the brain and neuron cell death impacting brain synapses in a pattern of progression closely related to cognitive decline, which can happen years before memory loss symptoms even appear.[ix] Pycnogenol significantly decreased the number of plaques in both pre-onset and post-onset treatment paradigms and improved spatial memory in the pre-onset treatment only in an AD-induced mouse model.[x] In an in vitro study of AD-induced animals, pine bark — Oligopin — prevented and halted the progression of AD preclinically by inhibiting oligomer formation of not only Aβ1-40 and Aβ1-42, but also tau in vitro.[xi] Reduces Inflammation and Improves Outcomes for Traumatic Brain Injuries In a scientific trial of 67 traumatic brain injury (TBI) patients admitted to an intensive care unit (ICU), the intervention group received 150 mg of the PE supplement Oligopin with enteral nutrition — tube feeding through stomach or intestine — for 10 days while the control group received a placebo.[xii] Pine bark supplementation significantly decreased inflammatory biomarkers of IL-6, IL-1β and CRP compared to the control group after 10 days. In addition, pine bark reduced clinical scores for acute physiology and chronic health evaluation as well as sequential organ failure. The Nutric score — a way to measure if a patient is under-nourished and at critical risk of dying[xiii] — was reduced compared to the control group as well. Overall, the survival rate was 15% higher in the pine bark group compared to the placebo group. PE supplementation for TBI patients in ICUs reduced inflammation, improved their clinical status and malnutrition score and, thereby, reduced their mortality rate. Improves Attention, Focus, Thinking, Behavior and Antioxidant Levels in ADHD Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) is a neurodevelopmental disorder characterized by impulsivity, distractibility and hyperactivity. One of the factors associated with ADHD is oxidative stress. Pycnogenol consists of bioflavonoids, catechins, procyanidins and phenolic acids.[xiv] Pycnogenol acts as a powerful antioxidant stimulating certain enzymes, like superoxide dismutase (SOD) and endothelial nitric oxide synthase (eNOS), which can defend against oxidative stress. In the pathophysiology of ADHD, damage to adrenaline, noradrenaline and dopamine metabolism occurs in the brain. These changes can modify attention, thinking and acting.[xv] In a trial of 43 children ages 6 to 14 with ADHD, patients were administered Pycnogenol — 1 mg per kg of body weight every day — or a placebo of look-alike pills daily for a month. The PE group had a significant decrease in GSSG and a highly significant increase in GSH levels as well as improvement of GSH/GSSG ratio in comparison to the placebo group. The total antioxidant status (TAS) decreased in children with ADHD who took pine bark, showing a normalization of TAS in ADHD children.[xvii] In a crossover study of 20 children with ADHD, participants experienced two experimental units — four weeks of pine bark supplementation with 25 or 50 mg PE and four weeks with placebo supplementation — separated by two weeks of a washout period. PE supplementation caused a significant reduction in inattention and hyperactivity-impulsivity measures.
Topics discussed on today's show: National No Rhyme or Reason Day, Puberty, Who's Going To Hell, The Trendmill, Birthdays, History Quiz, Coming Up In September, Movie Reviews, Movie Password, Bickering, Biker Stu for Arthritis, No Way You Never, and Apologies.
As part of my summer reboot series, I have brought back this incredible interview with cellular medicine physician, Dr. Elizabeth Yurth. I can honestly say I have never met a more brilliant physician...Dr. Elizabeth Yurth is the Co-Founder and Medical Director of Boulder Longevity Institute, where she has been providing Tomorrow's Medicine Today to her clients since 2006. Dr. Yurth obtained her Medical Degree from the University of Southern California Keck School of Medicine and completed her residency at the University of California – Irvine. Along with her 25-plus years as a practicing orthopedist specializing in sports, spine, and regenerative medicine, Dr. Yurth is double-Board Certified in Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation and Anti-Aging/Regenerative Medicine. She has a Stanford-affiliated Fellowship in Sports and Spine Medicine, and a dual-Fellowship in Anti-Aging and Regenerative Medicine (FAARM) and Anti-Aging, Regenerative and Functional Medicine (FAARFM) through the American Academy of Anti-Aging Medicine (A4M). She has also completed a Fellowship in Human Potential and Epigenetic Medicine and is part of the first cohort of providers to receive the A4M National Peptide Certification.Dr. Elizabeth Yurth is changing the narrative of osteoarthritis and chronic pain in ways most physicians don't even consider. I am so lucky to know her!!We get into all of it here - inflammation, what might be inflammatory markers, peptides and how they come into play and so much more. If you suffer from arthritis, or want to explore the health options with cellular medicine, this is a must listen. To get in contact with Dr. Yurth and her team, contact The Boulder Longevity Institute.Mentioned in this episode - my other recording with Dr. Yurth on the differences between general physicians, functional medicine physicians, and cellular medicine physicians - Episode 92.Please subscribe, rate and review my podcast with a few kind words...this totally helps us podcasters to be found in this giant world of podcasting and it really gives back and helps us to secure fabulous guests! If you use Apple, go into my podcast, scroll down until you see "Write a Review" and proceed.Also - go ahead and follow me on my Instagram and Facebook private group accounts here where you'll get access to even more free content all about health, nutrition, biohacking, balanced living and life over 40!https://www.facebook.com/groups/sandyknutritionpodcast/https://www.instagram.com/sandyknutrition/