Vitamin C has been known to treat over 30 major diseases for over 70 years. So why haven't you heard more about it? Especially with the current state of the world. In today's eye-opening episode with Dr. Andrew Saul, we're going back to learn all about the history of orthomolecular medicine. He discusses Vitamin C therapy for disease treatment (including COVID-19) and how to build a robust immune system, plus what you need to know about the COVID vaccine and how to best prevent the virus. Dr. Andrew Saul has more than 40 years of experience in natural health education and is the author of Doctor Yourself and Fire Your Doctor, editor of the award-winning book The Orthomolecular Treatment of Chronic Disease, and filmmaker of That Vitamin Movie. As a researcher, he is committed to sharing free, unregulated health information with the world. In this week's episode with Dr. Andrew Saul you'll discover: How good health makes a lot of sense, but not a lot of money. The history of orthomolecular medicine and how we can use this simple treatment to our advantage. How to use vitamin C for disease treatment, as well as building a robust immune system. Everything you need to know about the current healthcare landscape, and navigating the virus. Plus much, much more. Today's episode will be eye-opening in the way that you look at modern medical treatment, including the somewhat bureaucratic processes, and will illuminate pathways for the future. After all, as Dr. Andrew Saul famously says, “1/4 of what you eat keeps you alive, 3/4 of what you eat keeps your doctor alive.” Episode resources: Watch the first Food Matters documentary (film) Read about the successful use of vitamin C therapy in COVID-induced sepsis (article) Shop my favorite vitamin C supplement (supplement) Discover 10 of the top natural sources of vitamin C (article) Explore Dr. Andrew Saul's website, Doctor Yourself (website)
Dr. John Lieurance is a Naturopathic Physician & Chiropractic Neurologist. He works alongside a team at Advanced Rejuvenation, which includes Medical, Cardiologist, Osteopathic, Hormone Specialist, Podiatric & Eastern Medicine. Advanced Rejuvenation is paving the way, with the most advanced treatment options and protocols for Degenerative Neurologic, Chronic Diseases, Auto Immune, Chronic Infections such as Virus & Lyme, Mold, CIRS, Neurologic, Hearing loss, Tinnitus, Vestibular Disorders, GI/SIBO, Thyroid, hormone conditions and Orthopedic Regenerative Medicine using ultrasound guidance. [Sponsor Message]: If you are looking for a natural way to boost hair wellness and get thicker, stronger and longer hair, check out https://fullyvital.com Here is what we discuss in this episode: - How Dr. Lieurance Got Into The Alternative Health Space - How John Diagnosed And Fixed His Auto Immune Disease - How John Helps People With Auto Immune Diseases and Chronic Conditions - John's Advanced Tips On Fasting - How NAD+ Can Be Used - Ozone and Glutathione For Rejuvenation And As Antioxidands - Joint Injuries And The Two Types of Cartilage In Joints - How To Regrow Cartilage In Joints - The Perfect Types Of Patients That Dr Lieurance Can Help To get the full show notes of this episode, head on over to Anti-Aging Hacks
From hitting the bottom of the barrel to successfully standing in truth and belief, Dr. Eric Zielinski shares his thoughts and tips on how to build a strong, resilient business no matter where you are. There is a need for what we do as functional medicine practitioners; tune in to find out how to build a successful business helping others. Key Takeaways: [1:02] Sachin welcomes listeners to a wonderful discussion and introduces today's guest, Dr. Eric Zielinski. [3:03] Dr. Eric shares a little bit about his journey from deep despair to the place of love, light, and purpose where he stands today. He speaks of his powerful belief in Christ. [12:40] Business is changing — fast; Dr. Eric touches on how he thinks the future will shape functional medicine, and how practitioners can best prepare for an ever-evolving landscape. [19:50] We are being pushed to be inside all the time, and how do you make being inside more fun? Dr. Eric talks about the shift to VR and how it affects business. [22:07] Dr. Eric shares what he thinks the only solution to all this change is. Autonomy. He shares a personal story that highlights the importance of autonomy. [28:22] If you're just starting, there is a huge opportunity! You can still build through the old channels, but Dr. Eric adds a very important caveat as well as some critical tips. [35:03] Sachin shares a reading opportunity with listeners when it comes to finding out your entrepreneurial personality. [39:50] Dr. Eric shares a funny anecdote from when he was still in school. [42:15] Sachin thanks Dr. Eric for coming on the show and sharing so much of himself and signs off until the next episode. Mentioned in this episode Perfect Practice Live Natural Living Family The Essential Oils Apothecary: Advanced Strategies and Protocols for Chronic Disease and Conditions, by Dr. Eric Zielinski ADHD 2.0: New Sciences and Essential Strategies For Thriving with Distraction — from Childhood through Adulthood, by Edward M. Hallowell, M.D. and John J. Ratey, M.D. More about your host Sachin Patel How to speak with Sachin Go one step further and Become The Living Proof Perfect Practice Live email@example.com Books by Sachin Patel: Perfect Practice: How to Build a Successful Functional Medical Business, Attract Your Ideal Patients, Serve Your Community and Get Paid What You're Worth The Motivation Molecule: The Biological Secrets To Eliminate Procrastination, Skyrocket Productivity, and Get Sh!t Done
Why You Should Listen: In this episode, you will learn about “The Survival Paradox: Reversing the Hidden Cause of Aging and Chronic Disease”. About My Guest: My guest for this episode is Dr. Isaac Eliaz. Isaac Eliaz, MD, MS, LAc is a recognized expert in the field of integrative medicine, focusing on cancer and complex conditions. He is a respected clinician, researcher, author, educator, and mind-body practitioner. Dr. Eliaz partners with leading research institutes, including Harvard, National Institutes of Health (NIH), and Columbia to co-author scientific studies on today's most serious conditions. He has spent decades studying meditation with an emphasis on healing and deepening the mind-body connection. Dr. Eliaz is the founder and medical director of Amitabha Medical Clinic & Healing Center in Santa Rosa, California. Key Takeaways: How is the body's ability to survive often a major contributor to a state of poor health? How can we learn to breathe deeply in the midst of fear, anxiety, and panic? How does feeling safe lead to lower levels of oxygen and create an environment for infections and even cancer? Can limbic system retraining shift one from a state of survival to a state of harmony? What is the "architect of the survival response"? Can galectin-3 be tested for with traditional labs? What is the role of galectin-3 in the formation of biofilms? Can targeting galectin-3 flip the inflammation switch to the off position? How does an individual survival focus make us sick? How can galectin-3 be reduced with modified citrus pectin (MCP)? How might MCP act as a prebiotic and support the microbiome? How important is exploring and resolving trauma in order to improve health? How might therapeutic apheresis be a tool for reducing galectin-3? What is the role of galectin-3 in kidney and liver health? Is galectin-3 involved in hypercoagulation or hyperviscosity? Does galectin-3 play a role in neurodegenerative conditions such as Parkinson's, Alzheimer's, or ALS? Can a focus on mental and emotional health improve our detoxification capacity on a physical level? Does the body detoxify more efficiently when inflammation is reduced? Connect With My Guest: https://SurvivalParadox.com Interview Date: November 23, 2021 Transcript: To review a transcript of this show, visit https://BetterHealthGuy.com/Episode157. Additional Information: To learn more, visit https://BetterHealthGuy.com. Disclaimer: The content of this show is for informational purposes only and is not intended to diagnose, treat, or cure any illness or medical condition. Nothing in today's discussion is meant to serve as medical advice or as information to facilitate self-treatment. As always, please discuss any potential health-related decisions with your own personal medical authority.
Brian Sanders is the filmmaker behind the Food Lies documentary, and is also an international speaker! Brian is the host of the incredibly successful and top 5 nutrition podcast Peak Human. Peak Human is less of a podcast, and more of a free audio lecture series with world-renowned doctors, scientists, and researchers, exploring the true proper human diet! Brian graduated from UCLA with a degree in mechanical engineering, but left his career to pursue his life passion of discovering health. He has become a prolific content creator in the world of nutrition. He works as a health coach at Evolve Healthcare and co-founded the health education company Sapien, with his good friend Dr. Gary Shlifer. The two of them also host a podcast with the same name, Sapien Podcast. Brian also works to spread the awareness of regenerative agriculture and increase access to well-raised animal products through his company Nose to Tail! We are so grateful to Brain and all of his work!Find Brian at-FB, TW, and IG- Food Lieshttps://www.sapien.org/https://www.nosetotail.org/Special love to-The How To Make a Podcast Podcast!The Seventh-Day Adventists and cereal. You can't make this stuff up.How It's Made- Canola Oil. GROSS.
Dr. Alexa Henderson is back to discuss stress and cancer. We talk about why managing stress is critically important in a cancer patient's treatment protocol. We cover how stress impacts the body physiologically as well as tips and treatments that cancer patients can do at home or in-clinic to help manage their stress levels. Interview Links Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ADASEtE4vpM&t=1s (EVOX w/Liliana Partida) Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KqGBR7ZSw1I (Stress & Chronic Disease w/Dr. Roney) Where to Find Dr. Henderson https://www.cfnmedicine.com/copy-of-kumi-blanco (CFNM Bio) Where to Find Host, Leigh Ann Lindsey https://www.theaccrescent.com/ (Website) https://www.instagram.com/leighannlindsey/ (Instagram) https://www.leighannlindsey.com/the-accrescent-podcast/ (The Accrescent Podcast)
Dr Bernard Kwabi-Addo Talks About How to Eliminate Chronic Disease.About Dr. Kwabi-AddoDr. Bernard Kwabi-Addo, is an associate professor of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology at Howard University and an adjunct associate professor of Oncology at Johns Hopkins Medical School in Baltimore, Maryland. He is the Principal Investigator of a Prostate Cancer Research Laboratory with research work focused on understanding the biological mechanisms underlying cancer progression and cancer disparities with a goal to identify new biomarkers for cancer detection and novel therapeutic interventions. He has authored over 30 high impact peer-reviewed scientific articles and has published 3 books on disease prevention, particularly in minority population (including his latest book; Check the FATS- eliminate chronic diseases).Humanity Chats - a conversation about everyday issues that impact humans. Join us. Together, we can go far. Thank you for listening. Share with a friend. We are humans. From all around the world. One kind only. And that is humankind. Your friend, Marjy Marj
When you take something for your body that makes you feel really good that's not a stimulant but something that's totally natural or superfood and nutrient-based and it turns on a bunch of switches, you're getting activated. When you feel good, you want to feel better and you may ask yourself if that's even possible and the answer is always, 'yes.' - Ian Clark Are You Stressed Out Lately? Take a deep breath with the M21™ wellness guide: a simple yet powerful 21 minute morning system that melts stress and gives you more energy through 6 science-backed practices and breathwork. Click HERE to download for free. Is Your Energy Low? Get more superfoods to improve your energy, digestion, gut health plus also reduce inflammation and blood sugar. Click HERE to try Paleovalley's Apple Cider Vinegar Complex + Save 15% with the code 'JOSH' *Review The WF Podcast & WIN $150 in wellness prizes! *Join The Facebook Group Wellness Force Radio Episode 422 Founder and CEO of Activation Products, Ian Clark, shares the life-changing experience that led him to pursue a path of natural healing remedies, why reconnecting with his spiritual and emotional self was key to healing his physical body, why suffering will bring you real joy and how he uncovered the root cause of all his serious health issues. What if someone told you that you only have 1,000 days left to live? Would you treat your life differently? Those are the questions Ian was faced with that led him to become the CEO of his body and take radical ownership of his wellbeing. Try Activation Products Today CLICK HERE TO SAVE 20% ON YOUR ACTIVATION ORDER WITH THE CODE “WELLNESSFORCE“ At Activation Products, they are committed to helping your body heal itself naturally and effectively... allowing you to live longer, look younger, and have a higher quality of life. And they're excited for you to be part of the family! They work hard to make premium products and supplements using the purest, most potent natural ingredients found on Earth. Their CEO and Founder, Ian Clark uses their products every single day. There is nothing in their product line that he wouldn't personally use. In fact... here's how he looked 16 years ago and today: He was overweight. Depressed. Sick. But when he started to use some of the powerful superfoods you'll find in our product line...He made a transformation like no other. Some would even say he aged backwards. If it wasn't for Mother Nature's powerful healing substances, he would not be the healthy, vibrant 62 year old that he is today. And that, my friend, is the reason why Ian started this company. So that health-conscious folks like yourself can get access to premium superfoods that not only help you reduce and manage your symptoms...but actually target the root cause of your health problems from a holistic standpoint. If you click the link below, it'll take you to their website where you can browse all of their products AND save 20% - Their gift to you for being a Wellness Force listener! CLICK HERE TO SAVE 20% ON YOUR ACTIVATION ORDER WITH THE CODE “WELLNESSFORCE“ Listen To Episode 422 As Ian Clark Uncovers: [1:30] Ian's Gentle Journey Towards Greater Health Ian Clark Activation Products Ian's healing journey and his choice to turn to nature when he was told he had 1,000 days left to live. What inspired him to start Activation Products and their mission to help people on their path of healing and wellness. The power of investing in ourselves and our health to create a greater impact in the world. Ian's previous programming of what living a fulfilled life should look like including trusting 100% in western medicine. The terrible cancer prognosis that both of his uncles received before they passed away two days apart and the impact that had on Ian's mental health. Multiple health issues Ian faced at 46 years old and the simple questions he began to ask to get to the root cause of them all. Why he was told multiple times that his health issues were genetic predispositions that he couldn't change yet he continued to fight against that idea. The positive impact of making small, gentle changes and gradually meeting more people who could help Ian naturally heal. [17:00] Become the CEO of Your Body The fact that deception is a very tricky thing and so he began to unpack how the medical community had deceived him about his health. His journey of deprogramming the thoughts that had impacted everything single thing he was doing in his life. The ego death he faced as he came to terms that everything he knew was killing him. Why you cannot get rid of the old programming; you have to build a new understanding and protocol to purge and replace it. The gradual physical purge he went through to be rid of toxic heavy metals and fungus in his system and repair what was broken. His revelation that he is not his body, his body is the host that his soul lives in. How he "fired" his body and finally began to act as the CEO of it. The intense battle he went through with his body as he fought against the temptation to eat bad foods in order to heal himself. 353 Dr. Ben Lynch Chemicals that he was breathing in including lead while working in the oil industry plus the mercury fillings that were in his teeth since he was a teenager which impacted his health. Exploring the most efficient ways to detox and gain greater health without going broke. [27:00] Our Oceans' Healing Wisdom Why detoxing the heavy metals in his body made the biggest positive impact on his ability to heal. How tapping into source intelligence outside of yourself is key to the healing journey. The moment he realized it doesn't matter what we physically own because money is just an energy fuel and purpose is what really matters in life. Why money isn't ours, it's given to us to flow out as a value proposition to the world and to bring more value to people. How he stumbled upon the marine phytoplankton during his healing journey which is used today in their Oceans Alive product. Oceans Alive The fact that there are over 40,000 strains of marine phytoplankton in the ocean but only 2 are fit for human biology. Josh's experience when he took Oceans Alive and why it gave him a mild electric feeling. The properties of Oceans Alive including all of the periodical elements in it with no stimulants basically giving you a 1/3 strength ocean water. How his team makes sure that the seawater that the marine phytoplankton is grown in is pure. What people tend to get wrong about the ocean's minerals and phytoplankton. How the ocean naturally cleanses itself and the benefits of negative ions we receive from it when we go in the water. Seaspiracy | Official Trailer [45:30] Which Supplements Should You Take? How all 7 of his children have played a role with the growth and development of Activation Products. The incredible health transformation Ian went through losing 90 pounds with his healthy lifestyle changes from 2004 to 2009. Powerful biomarkers to look at including how flexible your cardiovascular system is and the importance of keeping them supple. Important supplements to consider taking including iodine and magnesium. Why magnesium and Vitamin K-2 MK-7 specifically go hand in hand together for positive results. Ease Magnesium Perfect K2D3 Bo Eason The dramatic shift you will see in your health when you use Vitamin K-2 MK-7 even with 120 micrograms a day. How taking a higher dosage of Vitamin K-2 MK-7 had a positive impact on Ian's personal health transformation. The difference between applying magnesium on the skin rather than taking it sublingually. How they've developed their Ease Magnesium spray for direct benefits and why it won't make you sleepy. The best time to use the Ease magnesium spray and how many sprays you should do each time you use it. [1:00:00] Why Suffering Will Bring Real Joy What Ian has embodied on an emotional level to allow these health changes to start, continue, and sustain. Unpacking why the right kind of suffering will bring real joy. How positive emotions can spread when we see other people experiencing joy especially the power of healing. What you can do to continue to have a positive mindset in the face of unexpected challenges. How we can see obstacles as just a new adventure and how to work through the pain that comes up in those moments. Why we should let the pain soak in and let it work through us so that it can teach us new lessons. The fact that the word, "natural immunity" has been blocked and censored all over on Facebook, Instagram, and Google. Why the ability to obtain natural immunity is all around us if we're willing to seek it. Ian's vision for Activation in the future as we see authentic, loving leaders being noticed more and more. What genuine love looks like and how we can live by it every day. Why we cannot produce love, we can only nurture and care for what is already there. What it means to him to truly honor Mother Nature and use its gifts to help people get back to homeostasis. Power Quotes From The Show Our Soul's Life Energy "There is this life energy that is here in our spiritual world that is keeping our body alive and we are souls. We don't have a soul, we are souls. One of the biggest revelations I had on my healing journey is that my body isn't me - My body is the host I live in and I mistook it for me very much. I would think, "Oh I have cancer," and "I have heart disease," but that's not possible. A soul cannot get cancer and a soul cannot get heart disease." - Ian Clark Be In Charge of Your Health "The body can get sick and they can call it names but the body is either going to misbehave itself and keep being addicted to the wrong foods and throw temper tantrums when you try to correct your body or it's going to come under subjection to you. You have to put your body under subjection to you; you have to take over. So, I literally told my body one day, "You are fired. You are absolutely fired." My body had been the CEO of my life but I, my soul, was going to change all that and take back being in charge." - Ian Clark Healing On Your Terms "You have to figure out for yourself what the most efficient time, money, and energy-wise way to heal is because you don't want to go broke getting healthy. Do not chase your tail all day long to be a health nut. You simply want to have top-level health based on the cards your epigenetics were dealt. Feed your body with Mother Nature's intelligence and you will unplug all of the pathways causing your body harm. You will see the difference in your brain function, your body, and your emotional IQ." - Ian Clark Links From Today's Show Ian Clark Save 20% on your Activation Products at wellnessforce.com/activation 353 Dr. Ben Lynch Oceans Alive Seaspiracy | Official Trailer Ease Magnesium Perfect K2D3 Bo Eason 15 Signs And Symptoms You're Probably Magnesium Deficient Amyloid plaques Leave Wellness Force a review on iTunes Cured Nutrition – Get 15% off of your order when you visit wellnessforce.com/cured + use the code ‘WELLNESSFORCE' Organifi – Special 20% off to our listeners with the code ‘WELLNESSFORCE' Paleovalley – Save 15% on your ACV Complex with the code ‘JOSH' Drink LMNT – Zero Sugar Hydration: Get your free LMNT Sample Pack, you only cover the cost of shipping Botanic Tonics – Save 20% when you use the code ‘WELLNESS20' Seeking Health - Save 10% with the code 'JOSH' breathwork.io M21 Wellness Guide Wellness Force Community Activation Products YouTube Facebook Instagram Twitter LinkedIn About Ian Clark When Ian Clark was just 46 years old, a number of life-threatening health issues slammed Ian all at once and he was then forced to start searching for solutions across the world. Refusing to accept the heavy dire circumstances where he found himself, he decided to pursue a natural path to fixing his health. Ian traveled the globe, uncovering potent remedies and whole foods with powerful natural health benefits. After over five years of intense research and learning what it takes to support the body's natural ability to heal itself, Ian set out to share that information with others. With his sons and the support of a team of innovators, Activation Products was born with Ian as a Trustee and quickly grew into a company that helps tens of thousands of people achieve their health goals every day.
Carrie Drinkwine is one of those people you meet and simply fall in love. We have met briefly when we both taught yoga but never fully connected….decade after we are both different and it felt like we met all over again. What a joy! Carrie is a healer, nutritionist, certified clinical iridologist, regenerative detox specialist, educator, abdominal therapist and yoga instructor and much much more…but at the core - she helps others heal. And she does that well because she had to do the same for herself after struggling with Hashimotos and Lupus and infertility….we talk about that process, what she notices in the world today and message for us all so that we can heal. Grab something yummy, relax and be ready to be inspired! Learn more about Carrie on https://www.wisewellness.net.
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Today we are joined by Amy Leahy, a degree-certified nutritionist with a BHSc Nutritional & Dietetic Medicine. She is also a part of our Mastering Diabetes Coaching team. Amy tells her story of how she found plant-based eating after searching for a way to prevent the chronic diseases that run in her family. She also breaks down how eating plant-based not only has reversed her client's Diabetes, but also improved all other aspects of their health. With the number of people diagnosed with Diabetes continuing to increase world wide, this is an episode you don't want to miss. === Make sure to subscribe so you don't miss future episodes! Please leave us a review to ensure that the Mastering Diabetes message reaches as many people living with diabetes as possible. Connect with us on Instagram and Facebook
Plant-based eating has grown exponentially in the past few years, and for good reason. In this episode of The Good Clean Nutrition Podcast, host Mary Purdy, MS, RDN is joined by board-certified oncology dietitian, Alison Tierney, MS, RD, CD, CSO to discuss how plant-powered eating can help to manage and even prevent chronic disease. Listen in for clarity on the difference between plant-based and vegan diets, why plant-based eating doesn't always equate to healthy eating, and what to expect when starting a plant-based diet. Plus, learn actionable tips toward successfully adopting a plant-forward approach to eating. Disclaimer: This podcast is for informational purposes only and is not intended to be medical advice. The material discussed on this podcast, and displayed on the associated webpage, is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis or treatment. Always seek the advice of your physician or other qualified healthcare provider with any questions you may have regarding a medical condition or treatment and before undertaking a new health regimen.
Over 50% of adults have at least one chronic disease, and often these are fueled by a combination of lifestyle choices and chronic inflammation. Discover the latest research and how you can make an impact on todays episode.Episode Highlights:Understanding acute and chronic inflammationNovoPulse – Where recovery meets performance. Learn more about this new technology that reduces pain and inflammation while improving function to get your patients back to the activities they enjoyUpgrade your EHR today by scheduling a demo at EchiroEHRAutomatically get more leads and conversions from your website with The Smart Chiropractor. Click here to schedule your demo. Our members use research to GROW their practice. Are you interested in increasing your referrals? Discover the best chiropractic marketing you aren't currently using right here!
Dr. Ryan Attar is an expert in managing Type 1 diabetes. Dr. Attar is a veteran of the US Army, and after serving overseas, Dr. Attar developed Type 1 diabetes, and was medically discharged from the Army after nearly 6 years of service. After the military, Dr. Attar decided to embark on a new career to aide those with diabetes and other health issues. He graduated in 2017 from the University of Bridgeport with a Doctorate in Naturopathic Medicine and a Master's in Human Nutrition. Dr. Attar has been LIVING and THRIVING with diabetes for 12 years, and helps his patients achieve better blood glucose, A1c and weight loss goals. He is very active in the TypeOneGrit online diabetes community, a group that was studied in 2018 in the journal Pediatrics. He has written several articles on the diabetes website Diabetes Daily. When not practicing medicine, Dr. Attar is an avid traveler, having been to 75 countries. Dr. Attar also enjoys fitness, weightlifting and is currently a blue belt in jiujitsu!Find Dr. Attar at-https://drattar.com/The Diabetes Solution documentary!
In this episode we speak with Ashok Gupta about the intersection of mental and physical health and how his program, The Gupta Program, supports and improves the lives of people with chronic illness. Ashok is an internationally renowned Speaker, Filmmaker & Health Practitioner who has dedicated his life to supporting people through chronic illness, and achieving their potential. Ashok suffered from ME, or Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, around 25 years ago when he was studying at Cambridge University. Through neurological research that he conducted, he managed to get himself 100% better. He then set up a clinic to treat others, and then published the well-known recovery program known as the Gupta Program in 2007. He has published several medical papers and is continually researching these conditions, you can find out more information at www.guptaprogram.com In 2017 Ashok published a popular 4.7 star rated app called the Meaning of Life Experiment, a 30-Day program of videos and meditations to discover more happiness, meaning, and to uncover your Life Purpose. www.themeaningoflife.tv Learning Points: • Principles of the GUTPA Program • Conditions the GUPTA Program targets • Research supporting the tenets of the GUPYA program Website: https://www.guptaprogram.com/
Dr. Marshall Chin is a professor of healthcare ethics in the Department of Medicine at the University of Chicago. Stephen Morrissey, the interviewer, is the Executive Managing Editor of the Journal. M.H. Chin. Uncomfortable Truths — What Covid-19 Has Revealed about Chronic-Disease Care in America. N Engl J Med 2021;385:1633-1636.
Is graphene oxide the real killer we face in recent times? Due to its high toxicity and unique structure, it may not be the miracle solution we think. Listen up to learn: What graphene oxide is meant to be used for How graphene oxide relates to GMOs The impact on fertility caused by graphene oxide Dr. Bill McGraw, the author of Mercury: The Ultimate Truth and Chronic Disease, shares a warning about a prevalent and toxic chemical widely found in increasingly increased amounts. While initially touted for its myriad revolutionary uses, graphene oxide may be much more dangerous than its benefits warrant. Yet, despite the hesitations of professionals globally, the use and spread of graphene oxide continue to proliferate. In these turbulent times we face today, graphene oxide has become more used than ever, leading to increased and more direct toxicity. However, the more each of us learns, the more protected we can be against inaccurate information. Visit newaquatechpanama.com to learn more. Episode also available on Apple Podcast: http://apple.co/30PvU9C
In Episode #170 we hear from Rip Esselstyn, Author of Engine 2 and Founder of Plant Strong. In this throwback episode Rip talks about his work with fire fighters and how he was able to empower them to take control of their health.Hope you enjoy it.Want to support the show?If you are enjoying the Plant Proof podcast a great way to support the show is by leaving a review on the Apple podcast app. It only takes a few minutes and helps more people find the episodes.Simon Hill, Nutritionist, Sports PhysiotherapistCreator of Plantproof.com and host of the Plant Proof PodcastAuthor of The Proof is in the PlantsConnect with me on Instagram and TwitterDownload my two week meal plan
Jenna Hua is the founder and CEO of Million Maker. A company dedicated to educating about and reducing, if not eliminating harmful toxins from our lives. Jenna is on the show today with Laci and Ellen to discuss the uses of toxins and plastics in our lives and healthcare and how it affects us, especially those trying to conceive. She is also giving us tools and resources that we can use today to reduce our toxin exposure. This is such an important topic because we all know someone with autism, ADHD, infertility, testicular cancer, breast cancer, and/or diabetes. All of these conditions have been linked to environmental toxins. This episode is packed with so much valuable information! Jenna started in healthcare as a dietician. She grew frustrated that no one would listen to her about how these toxins we are exposed to every day affect us. She states that toxin exposure results in 70% of chronic disease risk vs 30% by genetics alone. Unfortunately, the healthcare and research world does not have a test to determine which environmental toxins could be impacting an individual's health. Jenna suffered miscarriages, and her frustrations with not knowing how to deal with and fix any issues she had led her to found her company Million Maker that strives to help others with just that. Environmental toxins and endocrine disruptors are significant issues that must be discussed for the sake of our health, and Jenna is here today to get the word out! Main products and chemicals discussed in this episode that are known hormone disruptors: Top endocrine disrupters that impact fertility and what you can do about it. BPA: mimics estrogen, where your body will recognize and treat it as if it were estrogen. Plastic is the major culprit of BPA. Also, BPA-free does not mean it's safe. Often manufacturers create a slight structure change, like BPF, and it is approved for sale. Avoid plastics and receipts altogether. BPA is known to cause infertility, child development issues, and decreases in-vitro fertilization (IVF) success. Phalates: a chemical that blocks testosterone. Mainly effects males. Decreases male sperm count and quality. Paraben: a preservative in beauty care products. It can be found in packaged foods and is not labeled as such. Oxybenzone is in sunscreen and can also be in food. Heavy metal- wash and soak your rice. Fish can be high in mercury and is greater in fatty fish. Baby rice and cereal. PFAS (Teflon)- a “forever chemical.” Not just in cookware but also in any weatherproofing materials and products. Green Policy Institute lists safe outdoor gear. Household and personal care items: shampoo, conditioner, detergent, and perfumes are the top disruptors. Water: a reverse osmosis system is best at filtering out toxins. Look for the NSF symbol. Please refer to Jenna's site - www.millionmaker.com for a list of approved water filters. Jenna's product is a mail-in urine test. That's it! Just fill out an exposure survey and mail that in with your urine sample, and in two weeks, you will get a personalized toxin report. Her company looks at every product you use, combines it with your urine sample of toxins to give you recommendations for a change you can make immediately. Other resources to use to avoid toxins: EWG Made Safe Midori Earth chrome extension. Jenna has a list of curated products on her site (Million Maker) to help you get started. About Jenna Hua: An environmental health scientist and dietitian by training, Jenna is passionate about the environment, public health, and everything food. Frustrated by the lack of data for how harmful chemicals (like BPA, phthalates, and parabens) from plastics and everyday products affect our health and clinical outcomes, and the absence of a personalized approach to mitigate harmful chemical exposures, Jenna set out on a mission to change these. She founded Million Marker, a health-tech startup dedicated to empower everyone with the data and tools to determine how the products they use, the food they eat, the water they drink negatively or positively influence their health. Million Marker helps people understand what chemicals are inside of them—and then provides simple solutions for quickly reducing harmful chemicals through mail-in test kits, lifestyle audits, product recommendations, and counseling. Dr. Hua is a US Fulbright Fellow and completed a Postdoctoral Fellowship with Stanford University's School of Medicine. 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Is there a potential to make man's best friend be a lifelong companion? With new research and insight, the forever dog may finally be a possibility. Press play to learn: The average lifespan for the oldest living dogs Why caloric restriction is taboo in the pet space What you should be feeding your dog Dr. Karen Shaw Becker and Rodney Habib, TEDx speakers and authors, share their work in the health of animals and preventing chronic disease in your furry friend. Dogs have long been domestic companions for people worldwide, but as every dog owner knows, their lifespan is significantly shorter than that of their owner in most cases. Fortunately, there is a burgeoning field of research in extending the lifespan of various dog breeds and educating owners on how to better maintain the health of their dogs. One of the most common mistakes pet owners make is falling for the same kibble marketing owners have for years. However, with advances in research and the production of better food, the longevity of bets has been shown to increase. Visit foreverdog.com for more information. Episode also available on Apple Podcast: http://apple.co/30PvU9C
Dr. Marvin Singh is the founder of Precision Clinic, and one of only a few integrative gastroenterologists in the United States. After graduating from Virginia Commonwealth University School of Medicine, he went on to do his internal medicine training at the University of Michigan Hospital. After which he completed a gastroenterology hepatology fellowship at Scripps Clinic, Torrey Pines. He then went on to fulfill a fellowship in integrative medicine and was trained by Dr. Andrew Weil at the Andrew Weil Center for Integrated Medicine in Tucson, Arizona. In addition to being a sought-after speaker and consultant, Dr. Singh had been featured on ABC News, Readers Digest, Sirius XM, radio, and many other platforms. And here today to talk about the keys to a healthy lifestyle and his new book, Rescue Your Health, is Dr. Marvin Singh. Dr. Singh, how are you today? Dr. Marvin Singh: I'm all right, how are you? Good morning. Vincent Ferguson: Before we talk about the keys to a healthy lifestyle and your new book, Rescue Your Health, tell my listeners and viewers where did Doctor Singh grow up and when did you know you wanted to be a medical doctor? Dr. Marvin Singh: Well, I'm an east coaster actually. So that's why I actually know what fall feels like. I was born in Virginia and grew up in Northern Virginia and lived there most of my life, all the way through college and medical school even. And then I started moving around a bit after I finished medical school and went on to residency at the University of Michigan. So, that's where I grew and I guess I always knew I wanted to be a doctor from a very young age. Dr. Marvin Singh: I always tell the story that our sixth grade elementary graduation had a theme and the theme was hopes and dreams. And I remember we had to draw our own silhouette. I don't even know how I drew that because I'm a terrible drawer, but I guess I did it one way or the other, my parents still have it. And basically you have your shadow and you draw your silhouette and then on the bottom you had to write, "My hopes and dreams are" ... and everybody had to fill that in. And way back then I wrote, "To become a doctor." So I guess from a very early age, I've always known that I wanted to do something that was able to help people and help people feel better. Vincent Ferguson: Wow. So do you have role models though, who basically gave you the feeling that you want to be just like them? A lot of us have role models that we want to be like. Dr. Marvin Singh: Yeah. I mean, throughout my career, I guess I've had different kinds of role models. But from an early age, obviously my parents are role models for me and taught me about work ethic and doing good things for people. I have a few doctors in my family, an uncle and an aunt who were role models to me early on. I guess that helped get me excited about medicine. My aunt and uncle both, I remember, I don't remember how old I was, but I must've been really young. I remember, you have to do these little reports or book reports and things like that on different topics when you're in grade school. I remember they used to send me little medical pamphlets and look at my reports and help me write them and stuff like that. So, from a very young age, I guess I had some influence from medicine, I guess. Vincent Ferguson: Oh yeah. But you know, you're not just an average, regular, conventional doctor. You practice integrative medicine. What's the difference between the two? Dr. Marvin Singh: Well, as Dr Weil says, "Integrative medicine is just good medicine." And that's what I learned along the ways. When I started my career as a gastroenterologist, I realized that something was missing from how we practice medicine and in what we do for people. We were really good at saving lives and doing things like that when somebody is really sick, but what about the majority of people who have ongoing recurrent symptoms or issues? What about them? Why do they keep going from doctor to doctor, to doctor all the time? That was frustrating to me early in my career. I'm just realizing that you don't get that kind of exposure when you're learning or training or anything like that. But once you're out in the real world and you get a taste of what it's really like out there, I felt a little lost, actually. Dr. Marvin Singh: I found Dr. Weil and integrative medicine and started learning a little bit and then enrolled myself in the fellowship and learned a lot about a lot of different things that I hadn't known about before or really appreciated before. That really made a big difference on me personally, and on how I take care of patients, in general. Integrative medicine allows you to do whatever you're going to do normally as a regular conventional doctor, but then also have an understanding that the person in front of you, the person you're taking care of is a human. It's a real person with emotions in an environment, with a family, with stressors, with dietary issues. Dr. Marvin Singh: I don't think we really ... I mean, I think we know this as doctors, but I don't think we appreciated or paused to think about it. We just usually are more in the go, go, go mode. Patient X is in front of you with X,Y,Z symptoms, so you're going to respond with A,B,C solution and that's the end of the story. "Adios, see you later." But that's the reason why a lot of people continue to have problems is because the actual problem is not addressed. And so integrative medicine allows us to do that. Vincent Ferguson: Wow. I know that in conventional medicine, I was always told, 'There's a pill for every I'll." But with what you're doing, it seems like you're looking to address the person holistically and really get down to the root cause of the problem. Dr. Marvin Singh: Yeah. Even if you need a pill for your I'll, right now, let's find out where that ill is coming from so you don't need the pill anymore, maybe. Vincent Ferguson: Yes. Very good. Very good. Now here at Six Weeks of Fitness, we normally talk about the importance of exercise and nutrition if you want to achieve optimal health. But is that really the definition of optimal health, exercise and nutrition, or is it more to it than that? Dr. Marvin Singh: There's more to it than that. I think that's also part of the place where we get lost. I mean, as a gastroenterologist, we see people who have issues with their weight or fatty liver. I remember in my notes in the early days, the default is diet, weight loss, exercise, diet, weight loss, exercise. You just write that down and you say, "Hey, you need to get on a better diet, lose some weight and exercise." And that's literally what you tell people. And they're like, "Okay, I already knew I was fat. So, that doesn't really get me anywhere." Vincent Ferguson: Very true. Dr. Marvin Singh: You know, I'm big on personalization. So personalizing that approach is one part of it. But diet, what kind of diet? How are you going to lose the weight? Diet is important, obviously, exercise and movement is important, but somewhere a lot of other things. Your sleep hygiene, how you're reducing stress, how you're mitigating toxins in your environment and even how much fun you're having in life and what the status of your social relationships are. These all, believe it or not, can influence our gut health, our microbiome and our overall wellbeing. And these are all risk factors for a lot of chronic inflammation that many of us have. Dr. Marvin Singh: And so addressing those is also important and if you don't, you're missing the piece. I mean, I tell people, if you say, "Okay, I'm going to change my diet. I'm going to go vegan. I'm going to lose weight and for breakfast, lunch, and dinner, I'm just going to eat broccoli." Dr. Marvin Singh: And, "Okay you went vegan, you're eating vegetables, good job, good job." But first of all, your diets not diverse so, that's not really good. And there's more to it than that. Because if you talk to the person and you find out that they're only sleeping four hours a night and they have anger management issues and a lot of built up frustration and stress over the years, they're not going to lose weight. It doesn't matter if they're only eating broccoli all day long. This is only part of the puzzle. Vincent Ferguson: Wow. So that, to me, you're giving me a list of things that you need to do in order to achieve a healthy lifestyle. So it's more than just diet and exercise. You said, it's sleep, it's social interaction, it's stress relief, all kinds of things. Dr. Marvin Singh: Because remember, what are we trying to lose weight from? Our body. What is our body? Our body is not just a singular issue. There are so many things happening inside of our body. I tell people what's happening inside of your body, just imagine you get a snow globe, right? And the snow globe has many snowflakes in it. And you say, weight loss, just like, what do they have those magic eight balls, when you say something and you shake it? You say weight-loss, and you shake this snow globe. You see all the snowflakes flying around everywhere. If you want to know how to lose weight, the answers are in all those snowflakes and how those snowflakes are interchanging with each other. Dr. Marvin Singh: So how could it just be diet as the only thing. Diet may be one snowflake, but there are other things going on there too. There are mineral, vitamin issues. There may be stress issues. There may be medications that you're taking or not taking. There's a lot of things involved and the relationship and the interchange between all of those snowflakes, that's what creates that new balance you're looking for. If you're not looking at all those things, you're missing part of the puzzle. Vincent Ferguson: Right. So you look at a diverse amount of things to come up with a conclusion of what it is, the problem with the patient. Dr. Marvin Singh: Right. Vincent Ferguson: Is that what you do at Precision Clinic? Dr. Marvin Singh: That's exactly what we do at Precision Clinic. We look at as many different elements of health and life as we can to try to personalize a program for somebody for optimal health. Vincent Ferguson: What is the connection between your gut and chronic disease? Dr. Marvin Singh: That's a great question. There's a big connection because our immune system is obviously the big controller of inflammation and a lot of chronic disease comes from chronic, low grade inflammation. And where does a majority of our immune system sit? The majority of our immune system sits in the digestive tract. At least 70% of our immune system is in the digestive tract. When we say digestive tract, we're not necessarily just referring to the organ itself, but what lives inside the organ? That's what the microbiome is called. The gut microbiome is the forest or ecosystem of trillions of bacteria that live inside of our digestive tract. And these little guys are the ones that manage all of these things. And so we take care of them in the proper way, and they'll take care of us back in the proper way. Vincent Ferguson: So how do we take care of them, Dr? I want to know, man. Dr. Marvin Singh: That's the magic question, right? So understanding what's going on with them and who they are and what their balance is, is part of the process, because it's hard to build a house without a blueprint, unless you're some genius or something. But you still need to know what parts you need and you have to order those parts and put them together in the right way, assemble them the right way. So, investigating your body and some of the different elements is part of the process. And then sometimes it's not really that complicated of a process. The body is very complicated, yet simple at the same time. That's what makes it cool. The microbiome responds to stress reduction, to optimal diet, to sleeping properly, to exercising. All of these things are associated with microbiome balances. So if you do these things, nicely, in accordance with what your body needs, then your microbiome will find a way to more of what we call a homeostasis or an even balance. When that happens, then good things happen to your body. Vincent Ferguson: Hmm. What are your feelings about probiotics? Dr. Marvin Singh: So probiotics are bacteria that we can take as a pill or a supplement form that could help keep or create a balance or improve the balance in your microbiome. Different probiotics may be appropriate for different people and sometimes probiotics are not necessarily the right answer at the moment for somebody. It really depends on what their symptoms are and what's going on. But I often do use probiotics to help create a balance in patients, in their microbiome, if their microbiome suggests that. Dr. Marvin Singh: The other thing is, you don't always necessarily have to take a pill of a probiotic, you can eat probiotic foods. And I like that as an option often, because not only do you get to fill your belly and eat something healthy and get the nutritional value of that food, but then you also give yourself a dose of good bacteria at the same time. So, sometimes that's a really good option as well. Vincent Ferguson: I remember reading a quote from Hippocrates that said, "Let food be your medicine and medicine your food." So is that what he was alluding to? Dr. Marvin Singh: Exactly, he also said all disease begins in the gut and, and I always joke and say he probably didn't know what in the world he was talking about, but he was totally spot on. This guy was way, way ahead of his time. Vincent Ferguson: Way ahead of his time. That's amazing. Now, and speaking of health nutrition, all that good stuff, can you determine what nutrition needs a patient has by their genetic makeup? Dr. Marvin Singh: We can start to do that now, yeah. We can do a genetic test that can help us understand what potential deficiencies you might be prone to, compared to the average person or somebody who doesn't have a particular genetic mutation. And if we have an understanding of that, then we can try to eat accordingly so that we can avoid those nutritional deficiencies. That's really one of the main things to underscore with regards to precision medicine. That it's really designed to help you prevent getting a problem or developing an issue later on. If you know that, "Hey, I have a gene that that's going to give me a higher risk for vitamin D and calcium deficiency," and, you know you may be at higher risk for osteoporosis or osteopenia later in life, then you're going to want to eat accordingly. You may want to make sure you really stay on top of your vitamin levels. You want to make sure you do weight bearing exercises. You can do all those things and then you can try to prevent and avoid developing osteoporosis later on in life. Dr. Marvin Singh: But if you never knew about it, then you're just going to go about doing whatever you were going to do. And then it's rolling the dice in whether something happens or not. Vincent Ferguson: Exactly, and speaking of vitamin D, I understand that's very important to immune health. What other supplements do you recommend? Dr. Marvin Singh: Vitamin D is very important. A lot of us actually do have vitamin D deficiency. Doing a lot of genetics, a lot of people actually have a genetic mutation for vitamin D deficiency too. So perhaps there's a common thread in a lot of people there. Dr. Marvin Singh: What supplements somebody takes really depends on who they are, what their purposes are, what their goals are, what they need, what medicines they're on, what diagnosis they have. Because you have to take a lot of that into consideration because you want to make sure that you give proper treatment. I tell people, "Supplements, yes, they're natural therapies. Yes, they're available over the counter. Yes, you don't need a prescription for them, but you should treat them like medicines too." That's, I think, one of the things that sometimes, maybe people don't appreciate as much. Dr. Marvin Singh: You may just go to the aisle in Whole Foods where all the supplements are and be like, "Oh yeah, look, this says vitality. Let me grab one of those. Oh yeah. This says digestion. Let me grab one of that. Let me grab one of this." And then you walk out with five, six different things. And I see people all the time, it's not any wrongdoing on their side, it's just that maybe we don't appreciate it as well, and some of these things can actually cause problems to your body. Some of these things, when you combine them together, can actually cause problems. You may not have known that. Dr. Marvin Singh: For example, you may say, "Oh, I have anxiety, so I'm going to drink this kava tea. But I'm going to go out for some drinks later on this evening and I had my kava tea earlier this morning and I feel great." But you know what? Kava and alcohol don't mix together. You can really hurt your liver that way. So really, it's important to make sure you are taking something for the right reason. Just like you wouldn't go to the store and say, "Oh, let me grab some Lipitor while I'm there because I think my cholesterol is high." You want to make sure that you need it, right? Vincent Ferguson: Yeah, most definitely, most definitely. So how does one determine what supplements are good for them? Dr. Marvin Singh: Well, a lot of times it's good to do an evaluation with a doctor and see. Do you need particular kinds of vitamins? Do you have inflammation? Do you have joint aches or pains? It all depends on what's going on there. For general health, taking a multivitamin or a B complex vitamin, sometimes is helpful. A lot of people take vitamin C and vitamin D and things like that for their immune system. So those are some of the basics. A lot of times people may take turmeric supplements if they have arthritis or they're concerned about inflammation. So there are different kinds of things that people may use based on what their issues are, or priorities are. Vincent Ferguson: Excellent. Excellent. Now, if someone has, let's say cancer or heart disease in their family, does that mean that they are going to be predisposed to having heart disease and cancer themselves down the road? Dr. Marvin Singh: Well, it's a risk factor and life's all about risk and understanding the risks. Sometimes there's a genetic basis to things and sometimes there's not. Sometimes people can sporadically develop a malignancy and maybe there is no genetic basis. Or maybe they're the first person in the family who's going to have the problem, we don't know. But family history is important to look at because it helps us understand what your potential risks might be. If your dad had a heart attack at 40 and your dad's dad had a heart attack at 40, and his dad had a heart attack at 40, then it's probable that you have a family history or some genetic mutation in this family history that is contributing to this risk coming down the male line in your family for heart disease. And so if you understand that gene, if you do a test and you understand that gene, what the problem is with that gene, and then try to do some research or understanding, has anybody done any investigations into what things could be done in people who have that gene defect, then maybe you can try to mitigate that problem. Dr. Marvin Singh: And you can also understand what you can do to prevent that problem from happening. Because I tell people, "Just because your dad and your granddad had a heart attack at 40 does not mean that you have to have a heart attack at 40. It's not a life sentence." Our genes are basically our blueprint, but they're not our destiny. They don't dictate what must happen to us. There's more to it than that, interestingly enough. Dr. Marvin Singh: On top of our DNA is what we call the epigenome. And the epigenome is you can think of it as light switches on the genes. And just because the gene is there, just because you have the light switch on your wall, doesn't mean the lights on. Doesn't mean the light has to be off either. There are things that can turn these genes on and off and understanding the gene and understanding what you can do to switch the gene off or not, contributes to the development of a certain problem. That's the important part. Vincent Ferguson: Now let's talk about your book, Rescue Your Health, because even talking about now, I'm sure your book probably goes into more detail about it. What can my listeners and viewers learn from reading your book? Dr. Marvin Singh: Well, I wrote Rescue Your Health because I wanted everybody to know that precision medicine, number one, doesn't have to be a scary topic. I think people think, "Oh, DNA and imaging tests and microbiome. This is too much for me. It's hard enough for me to navigate regular doctor visits, but I can't do this one." Dr. Marvin Singh: So I really try to make it simple and help people understand that it doesn't have to be a scary topic. It can be very useful. It can be more useful than a lot of other types of things that we may do in medicine. And a lot of the tests that you can do to understand your body a little bit better, they're not necessarily these multi thousand dollar tests and some of these are quite affordable. Dr. Marvin Singh: One of the chapters in the book is My Top Five Tests and the reason why I have My Top Five Tests, I made a chapter on that, is because I wanted to show people that all these tests that are there are within a couple or $200-$300 range. And so you can do a lot of things for a pretty affordable price. We often go out and go to dinner and spend $200-300 on maybe a good meal, but may leave you bloated in with heartburn, but it might've been good when you ate it. But you could spend that $200 and learn about your genes and learn how to eat for your life and that could make a huge impact on how you live your life for the whole time moving forward. Dr. Marvin Singh: And so, you know, it's really about bringing realization to that process. I wanted to really simplify it and not make it scary. This book is for everybody. This is what I say in the opening chapters. If you're a human and you're able to hold this book, then this book is for you. There is something in it for everyone. I really help try to explain what are some of the different tests and then give some real life examples about different kinds of people who've come to see me over the years. What their issues were and how we're able to apply some of the principles that we're talking about here and earlier in the book and what happened with them as a result. So, that was really the main point in the book, is really to help people understand that there are ways that we can understand our bodies on a more meaningful level. The science is there, that we can now start understanding our health from a little bit of a different viewpoint and make some big impacts. I tell people that there's two kinds of doctors. There's the kind of doctor that if you're in a burning building, this doctor is a firefighter. He'll run into that building, he's the first responder. Doctors were first responders too, on the healthcare front. And he'll go into that burning building and he will save you, he or she, will go and save you, pull you out of that building. And we need those doctors. We will always need those doctors because life happens. I practice that kind of medicine too. But then there's the other kind of doctor that'll say, "Hey, look buddy, why in the world were you anywhere near that building in the first place, man? You shouldn't be there. And this is how I'm going to help you understand how not to be there. And this is how we're going to help you avoid being in this situation, in the future." Now, which way do you think is probably better for your longevity? I think it's better to understand how you can avoid those burning buildings because the more burning buildings you're in, eventually over time, it puts a little extra wear and tear on your body too, right? Vincent Ferguson: Exactly. Yes, yes, yes. So, that is the key. How does your family feel about you practicing integrative medicine as opposed to conventional medicine? Dr. Marvin Singh: Well, first of all, I do both actually. I still practice as a general gastroenterologist. Go to a hospital and take care of sick patients there. People need that kind of help too. But the part that I am most passionate about, obviously, is the preventive medicine and the integrative part. They're very supportive, actually. Without my wife, I probably wouldn't have ever made it to this part because she's the one who helped me realize that the something that I was missing in the way that we practiced medicine was this. She was a little bit more forward-thinking earlier than I was. Vincent Ferguson: Ah, nice. That's how you know you married right. How can we order the book? Dr. Marvin Singh: Yeah. So the book is out. It's called Rescue Your Health and it's on Amazon. It's also on Barnes and Noble and a couple other places as well. But Amazon is one of the main places that the book is available on and it's out now. You can get on Kindle also. Vincent Ferguson: Okay, excellent, excellent. It just seems like a book that the timing couldn't be better. It couldn't be better than right now. Dr. Marvin Singh: Exactly. Yeah. I mean, I think COVID-19 has been real terrible on everybody in the whole planet. I think moving forward in the years to come, it's very important for people to understand that there are certain things in our body, risk factors that can potentially make us sick or be more prone to be sick. Not just for COVID, but for other things. But I think if you try to look at, was there anything that maybe came out of COVID that we can learn from, this is one of those lessons. One of those lessons is that, what's going on inside our body is a risk factor for who gets sick or how sick they could get. Vincent Ferguson: Yes, yes. We've taken it for granted, it seems for many years. Dr. Marvin Singh: Yeah. In many of us, integrative and preventative medicine doctors have been talking about this for a long time, but I think that this was just a rough lesson that helped bring the understanding to the whole world, all at the same time. I think everybody knows now that vitamin D deficiency and antioxidants and these kinds of things, being overweight and diabetes and heart disease and your diet and exercise levels and all those things, I think we all know, universally essentially, that these things are risk factors for getting sick at the most basic level. Because we're seeing it in real life, in front of us. Vincent Ferguson: Yes and it's time to do something about it. Dr. Marvin Singh: Have to do something about it. Vincent Ferguson: Yes. I also understand, Doc, that you do some charity work for an organization in New York, my hometown. Talk about that. Dr. Marvin Singh: Yeah. So this is really fun. There's a wonderful organization called Bottomless Closet in the city. They help women who are coming out of tough, difficult situations. Women who are in need of assistance in getting a job and getting back on their feet. I became the health advisor for Bottomless Closet, and I do free webinars for groups of these wonderful women and teach them about health and wellness and what they can do to get back on their feet as far as being healthy. Because it's hard to get a job, be successful at a job and try to turn your life around if you're not feeling well and you're sick. So health is very important part of that process too. Dr. Marvin Singh: And then also, if there's somebody who needs help from a doctor, I also donate my time to help that person as their doctor, free of charge and I help them get these precision medicine testing done through various different companies. I give a shout out to Microbiome Labs and Nutrogenomix, helping donate free testing kits to these patients. Several different companies have also helped me get free supplements for these wonderful women, as well. Enzymedica I have to give a shout out to as well, because all I have to do is just type out a list. This person needs this, this, this, this, and this, and they mail it to them. Vincent Ferguson: Wow. So that's amazing. Now you do this virtually? Dr. Marvin Singh: Yeah. Vincent Ferguson: That's amazing, but that's also wonderful that you do that. That you give back like that, I know you're very busy with your schedule, with so many people in need. Just showing how much humanity matters. Dr. Marvin Singh: Yeah. Everybody deserves to have access to this level of care, to understanding their body this way. And if certain people really need it and they can't afford it because of their personal situation, I mean, if they can barely afford to eat, you know, we want them to not spend all their money on that. They need to focus on their life and getting back on track because all that other stuff will follow. But to help them be healthy, I can at least do that part. That's the part that I can play. If they get on track and start feeling better, then they will do better. So you feel better, you're more motivated, you have more energy, you're less stressed, you're sleeping better, than you're going to perform better at your job. You'll be able to excel in your position and you can climb the ranks that way. So if I can help somebody do that, that makes me feel good because that's what being a doctor and a healer is all about. Vincent Ferguson: Yes, it is, amazing. How can my listeners, find out more about you and Precision Clinic? Dr. Marvin Singh: I'm pretty accessible online. So a website for Precision Clinic is precisionclinic.com. Our contact information, email, phone number is all on that website. Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, my handle is @Dr. Marvin Singh, so I'm pretty accessible that way, as well. Vincent Ferguson: Well, we need to access you, that's for sure. Dr. Marvin Singh, on behalf of Body Sculpt of New York, my nonprofit and Six Weeks of Fitness, I truly want to thank you for coming on this show today. Dr. Marvin Singh: No problem. Thank you for having me. Vincent Ferguson: And to my listeners and followers and viewers, I truly hope this program was informative, encouraging, and inspiring. And you will continue watching and listening in to our Six Weeks of Fitness program. And if you have any questions or suggestions for the show, please leave them in the comment section below. And don't forget to subscribe so you don't miss any future episodes. And remember “you don't stop exercising because you grow old, you grow old because you stop exercising.” You can reach Vince Ferguson at email@example.com. You can also visit his website at www.6weekstofitness.com.
COVID-19 continues to put the most vulnerable at risk, including the elderly and those with chronic illnesses. At its peak, it filled up hospitals and forced those seeking non-COVID care to postpone critical appointments. To protect patients and caregivers from the next pandemic, the government needs to adapt, change, and prepare.Former FDA Commissioner Dr. Scott Gottlieb shares where the government response failed, how to address pandemic preparedness through a national security lens, and ways to bolster the research and development of therapeutics. Plus, field correspondent Kate brings us part two of her conversation with Dorothea Lantz on her son's diagnosis of Prader-Willi Syndrome and the impact of growth hormones on his life. Hosts: Terry Wilcox, Executive Director, Patients RisingDr. Robert Goldberg, “Dr. Bob,” Co-Founder and Vice President of the Center for Medicine in the Public InterestKate Pecora, Field Correspondent, Patients RisingGuests:Scott Gottlieb, MD, Former FDA Commissioner Dorothea Lantz, Community Engagement Specialist, Prader-Willi Syndrome AssociationMaggie Senese, Patient CorrespondentLinks:New Legislation Aims to Eliminate Some Prior Authorization BurdensWHO recommends groundbreaking malaria vaccine for children at riskPfizer officially asks the FDA to authorize its COVID vaccine for kids aged 5-11BOOK: Uncontrolled Spread: Why COVID-19 Crushed Us and How We Can Defeat the Next PandemicNORD Statement on Proposed Changes to the Orphan Drug Tax CreditImpact of the Orphan Drug Tax Credit on treatments for rare diseasesPWSA: Save the Orphan Drug Tax CreditPSWA: The Benefit ActNeed help?The successful patient is one who can get what they need when they need it. We all know insurance slows us down, so why not take matters into your own hands? Our Navigator is an online tool that allows you to search a massive network of health-related resources using your zip code so you get local results. Get proactive and become a more successful patient right now at PatientsRisingConcierge.orgHave a question or comment about the show, or want to suggest a show topic or share your story as a patient correspondent?Drop us a line: firstname.lastname@example.orgThe views and opinions expressed herein are those of the guest(s)/ author(s) and do not reflect the official policy or position of Patients Rising.
— At the core of our very existence is how we feel, and these feelings are intricately tied into our day-to-day existence and how well we adapt to the never-ending stressors of life. To be unhealthy or unwell emotionally, mentally, or physically is to be vulnerable at the deepest level of our humanity. This puts us at risk of developing further problems with our health, finances, and relationships, on our job, and in our spiritual life. We are only as strong as our weakest link, and all areas of our life are interconnected. To be “strong,” on the other hand, is necessitated by joy. Joy will fuel and empower us through all obstacles, and it's vital to overcome chronic disease. It's okay (and oftentimes necessary) to get help. If you suffer from chronic disease of any sort is important to seek support from a qualified professional if it's impacting your mental well-being. As well intentioned as our loved ones may be, they are oftentimes unable to help us through those rough times, and having someone stable in your life to act as an anchor can make all the difference in the world. Valeria Teles interviews Dr. Eric Zielinski — the author of “The Essential Oils Apothecary: Advanced Strategies and Protocols for Chronic Disease and Conditions.” Dr. Eric Zielinski has pioneered natural living and biblical health education since 2003. Trained as an aromatherapist, public health researcher, and chiropractor, Dr. Z started the Natural Living Family.com in 2014 with his wife to help people learn how to use natural remedies like essential oils safely and effectively. Now visited by more than three million natural health seekers every year, Natural Living Family has rapidly become the number one online source for biblical health and non-branded essential oils education. To learn more about Dr. Eric Zielinski and his work, please visit: naturallivingfamily.com — This podcast is a quest for well-being, a quest for a meaningful life through the exploration of fundamental truths, enlightening ideas, insights on physical, mental, and spiritual health. The inspiration is Love. The aspiration is to awaken new ways of thinking that can lead us to a new way of being, being well.
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In this episode, co-host Dr. Chris Motley is joined by Dr. Isaac Eliaz to discuss his new book, "The Survival Paradox." Can a single "survival molecule" fuel our most deadly and devastating health concerns? Dr. Eliaz's research suggests this could be the case. Tune in to hear him unpack these fascinating insights.Isaac Eliaz, MD, MS, LAc, has been a recognized expert in the field of integrative medicine since the 1980s, with a specific focus on cancer, immune health, detoxification and mind-body medicine. He is a respected formulator, clinician, researcher, author and educator. As part of his commitment to the advancement of integrative medicine, Dr. Eliaz partners with leading research institutes and has co-authored numerous peer-reviewed papers on innovative therapies for immune enhancement, heavy metal toxicity and cancer prevention and treatment.
Dr. Jaban Moore is a DC located in Kansas City, MO who works virtually with clients all around the world. At age 25, he went from being an award-winning top athlete in college to feeling like he couldn't even get out of bed. He went to a lot of appointments looking for answers, spent what felt like endless amounts of money on tests and appointments, but doctors only wanted to give him Band-Aids. He later was diagnosed with Lyme disease and dedicates his practice to helping clients get to the root cause of their chronic illness. Topics covered in this episode: • The three main types of parasites that cause infections in humans. • How many people are affected with parasites? • What are some of the symptoms that can come from having various parasitic infections? • What to ask for to help get the right answers about parasites. • Recommended supplements. • Comprehension care. • Ways to get the lymph moving. To learn more about Dr. Jaban Moore and his work, head over to www.drjabanmoore.com IG @drjabanmoore www.lindseyelmore.com/parasites __________________________________________________________ Oola is about making the commitment to change, and then going through the growth that it takes to change into a better person. It helps you set a series of small goals. To join our next meeting, head to www.lindseyelmore.com/oola __________________________________________________________ The Begin Collection was curated with beginner crystal users in mind and at heart. It's the perfect place to begin your crystals journey with everyday, full sized, hand chosen stones and sage for cleansing and charging. The Begin Collection comes with all the information you need to feel fully confident in beginning with crystals. The Begin Collection includes: raw rose quartz uruguay amethyst druzy smokey quartz tower clear quartz cluster selenite tower organic sage bundle Whether you're brand new to crystals or recharging your collection, this is the collection for you! Get started at www.lindseyelmore.com/wildalabaster __________________________________________________________ We hope you enjoyed this episode. Come check us out at www.lindseyelmore.com/podcast.
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To kick off Season 2, I review the first year of my podcast with guest host Jeremy Toffle, M.D. We first talk about my path into medicine then my journey to better health, both of which can be traced back to my upbringing and the passing of my father. We then go into the inspiration behind my podcast, a recap of what it's all about and highlights of some of the memorable moments from this past year. We also briefly discuss some of the difficult challenges I've experienced, both personally and professionally, managing the podcast while working as a hospitalist during the pandemic. We end our talk by looking toward the future of my podcast. With the recent wave of the Delta Variant, I hope that my podcast continues to not just inform but inspire you down the path of healthier living.Show Notes: Connect with Dr. Jonar, MD: Website Instagram Facebook Linkedin Twitter Related Podcast Episodes You Will Enjoy:001. The Lives that Saved Mine with Dr. Jonar de Guzman, MD020. What's Missing From Your Health with Dr. Saray Stancic, MD025. Positive Change Begins from Within: How One Man Overcame Addiction, Chronic Disease and Near Suicide with Plant Based Addict Adam Sud (Part 1 of 2)026. Positive Change Begins from Within: How One Man Overcame Addiction, Chronic Disease and Near Suicide with Plant Based Addict Adam Sud (Part 2 of 2)012. Food is Medicine: The Power of Plant Food with Dr. SiriChand Khalsa, MD013. Mind full or Mindful? Pause and Be Present with Dr. Jessie Mahoney, M.D.015. Your Health Rests on Sleep with Dr. Andrea Matsumura, M.D.HOW CAN I SUPPORT THIS PODCAST?Download, Listen, Subscribe, Rate & Review: Glass Half Healthy on Apple Podcast Tell Your Friends & Share Online!Thanks to my intern, the wonderful and smart Amelia Liu, to Jacob Ferrer for their production help, and to StockSounds for the music. And to YOU! Thank you for listening!Disclaimer:This podcast is intended for educational purposes only and isn't medical advice so please talk to your primary physician for that. In addition, the views and opinions expressed by me are my own and not that of my former, current or future employer. This also applies to my guests. Finally, we do our best to make every effort to relay correct information, but don't guarantee its accuracy. Thank you for listening.
As part of my Season 2 Launch Series, these episodes are a collection of short length talks on defining health. The starting point for changing our lifestyles begins with examining our thoughts around health. So this a thought experiment designed to challenge the way you've previously thought about health to help redefine it for yourself. That said, my next Launch Series guest is Dr. Mark Chavez, MD. Dr. Chavez is a medical doctor who is passionate about health and entrepreneurship, creating innovative ways to keep people healthy while helping them pursue their passions. His passion is in Sports Medicine and functional movement training. He is proud founder of the Gravity Ball Health Systems & the Key Physician of Influence - KPI Coaching Program. And Dr. Chavez is here to tell all of us how he defines health. I hope his message helps to redefine what health means for you.Show Notes:Connect with Dr. Mark Chavez, MD:Website LinkedIn Gravity Ball The Five Habits of Healthy People eBook Connect with Dr. Jonar, MD: Website Instagram Facebook Linkedin Twitter Related Podcast Episodes You Will Enjoy:017. Lost 160 Pounds & Gained Back His Life with Anthony Masiello025. Positive Change Begins from Within: How One Man Overcame Addiction, Chronic Disease and Near Suicide with Plant Based Addict Adam Sud (Part 1 of 2)026. Positive Change Begins from Within: How One Man Overcame Addiction, Chronic Disease and Near Suicide with Plant Based Addict Adam Sud (Part 2 of 2)020. What's Missing From Your Health with Dr. Saray Stancic, MD001. The Lives that Saved Mine with Dr. Jonar de Guzman, MDHOW CAN I SUPPORT THIS PODCAST?Download, Listen, Subscribe, Rate & Review: Glass Half Healthy on Apple PodcastTell Your Friends & Share Online!Thanks to my intern, the wonderful and smart Amelia Liu, to Jacob Ferrer for their production help, and to StockSounds for the music. And to YOU! Thank you for listening!Disclaimer:This podcast is intended for educational purposes only and isn't medical advice so please talk to your primary physician for that. In addition, the views and opinions expressed by me are my own and not that of my former, current or future employer. This also applies to my guests. Finally, we do our best to make every effort to relay correct information, but don't guarantee its accuracy. Thank you for listening.
Dr. Jenny Brockis talks about why it's time to take the lifestyle initiative Episode 1489: It's Time to Take the Lifestyle Initiative by Doctor Jenny Brockis on Eliminating Chronic Disease Dr. Jenny Brockis is a medical practitioner and board-certified lifestyle medicine physician, keynote speaker and best-selling author based out of Perth, Western Australia. She is an expert in the science of high-performance thinking, creating thriving teams and leaders through improving brain health and wellbeing. And in her new book, Thriving Mind: How to Cultivate a Good Life, she reveals how to cultivate the mental agility, flexibility and adaptability required to meet the needs of the modern workplace and thrive. The original post is located here: https://www.drjennybrockis.com/2018/10/7/its-time-to-take-the-lifestyle-initiative/ Please Rate & Review the Show! Visit Me Online at OLDPodcast.com and in The O.L.D. Facebook Group Join the Ol' Family to get your Free Gifts Interested in advertising on the show? Visit https://www.advertisecast.com/OptimalHealthDailyDietNutritionFitness
Dr. Jenny Brockis talks about why it's time to take the lifestyle initiative Episode 1489: It's Time to Take the Lifestyle Initiative by Doctor Jenny Brockis on Eliminating Chronic Disease Dr. Jenny Brockis is a medical practitioner and board-certified lifestyle medicine physician, keynote speaker and best-selling author based out of Perth, Western Australia. She is an expert in the science of high-performance thinking, creating thriving teams and leaders through improving brain health and wellbeing. And in her new book, Thriving Mind: How to Cultivate a Good Life, she reveals how to cultivate the mental agility, flexibility and adaptability required to meet the needs of the modern workplace and thrive. The original post is located here: https://www.drjennybrockis.com/2018/10/7/its-time-to-take-the-lifestyle-initiative/ Visit Me Online at OLDPodcast.com Interested in advertising on the show? Visit https://www.advertisecast.com/OptimalHealthDailyDietNutritionFitness Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
What makes glyphosate so dangerous? Unfortunately, due to its widespread use and prevalence in products we consume every day, it can be hard to avoid harmful effects. Press play to learn: The percentage of honey that glyphosate can be found in What can be damaged by glyphosate How supplementing certain products can break down or remove glyphosate Dr. Bill McGraw, the Author of Mercury: The Ultimate Truth and Chronic Disease, shares his experience and research into the terrifying world of glyphosate. Many of us are familiar with the brand name weed killer that glyphosate is known for, but do we genuinely understand its harm? Since it causes so many issues throughout our body, it has become a massive problem when attempting to avoid its inclusion in products that we regularly eat or wear. Unfortunately, while one of the best ways to avoid glyphosate is going organic in every area we are able, it can still appear in some organic products. However, solutions are available to remove and break down glyphosate, and Dr. McGraw shares his wisdom surrounding these remedies. Visit newaquatechpanama.com to learn more. Episode also available on Apple Podcasts: apple.co/30PvU9C