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Dr Michael Lange host of "ask the dr" has been hosting live call in talk show called "Ask The Dr" since April of 93 all over the world . Tune in each week while he And Dr Richard Hall discuses the latest in anti aging, eye care and nutrition. Todays is part 2 to last weeks discussion on the Next Gen Curcumin by Fortifeye. Since the roll out of Fortifeye Next Gen Curcumin Fortifeye Vitamins has has a multitude of positive testimonials in reduction in pain and inflammation in less than a two week period. Dr Hall and Dr Lange admit that this is really fast acting and they are amazed at the positive feedback. Today they also released the newest generation of inflammation and pain control called Fortifeye Omega Relief and Fortifeye Omega Relief Extreme. Both of these use the Next Gen Curcumin along with rTG omega 3 fish oil and Black Currant oil/ Gla. Today Dr Lange says they now have good , better and best for natural pain and inflammation relief thru Fortifeye. They take many live calls from testimonials of people that have benefited from the Next Gen Curcumin. This Next Gen Curcumin called Curcugen has many new studies proving its benefits for enhanced range of motion, reduction in pain and inflammation . This Fortifeye Next Gen Curcumin is also amazing for the gut health and mood. learn more and order at www.fortifeye.com Support the show: https://www.drmichaellange.com/category/ask-the-doctor/ See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In COVID-19 clinical update #115, Dr. Griffin reviews cross-variant immunity without vaccination, EUA for boosters in 5-11 year olds, B.1.1.529 attack rate, scent dogs, Omicron and pets, Paxlovid, Veklury, Fluvoxamine, antigen positivity after isolation, inflammasome activation and severe disease, and GI persistence and fecal shedding. Subscribe (free): Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, RSS, email Become a patron of TWiV! Links for this episode Limited cross-variant immunity without vaccination (Nature) EUA for boosters in 5-11 year olds (FDA) Stages of COVID-19 (AIDS Rev) B.1.1.529 attack rate in Australia (JID) Scent dogs (BMJ) Does Omicron affect pets? (CVMBS News) Paxlovid eligibility checklist (FDA) Supratherapeutic tacrolimus with nirmatrelvir/ritonavir (Op For Inf Dis) Is longer Paxlovid needed? (Reuters) How about Veklury? (Gilead) Fluvoxamine declined (FDA) Antigen positivity after isolation (MMWR) Inflammasome activation drives COVID-19 pathology (TWiV 900, Nature) PASC and viral antigen persistence in gut (Gastroenterol) GI symptoms and fecal shedding (Med) Contribute to ASTMH fundraiser at PW Dr. Griffin's treatment guide (pdf) Letters read on TWiV 901 Timestamps by Jolene. Thanks! Intro music is by Ronald Jenkees Send your questions for Dr. Griffin to firstname.lastname@example.org
On this episode of the Soaring Child Podcast, we continue our journey in omitting the top 5 worst foods for kids with ADHD: gluten, dairy, soy, sugar, and artificial colors, flavors, and preservatives. I dive deep into studies as well as personal cases that prove my point that these foods are not the types of foods we should be feeding our children, our guests, and ourselves. It's hard to give up the foods we've grown up eating like milk, bread, cake, cookies, all that good comfort food we know and love. But studies have concluded that these foods are heavily processed, contain gluten that may cause opioid-like effects on the body, cause extreme amounts of inflammation, disturb our digestive system, and much much more. Tune in to one of the most important talks people should listen to if they have a child with ADHD, or even have ADHD themselves and want to do something about it. The fact that the US allows ingredients in certain foods that are banned in countries throughout Europe and other parts of the world should certainly be an alarm to people who regularly consume gluten, dairy, soy, sugar, and anything artificial. Takeaways: [7:10] Gluten can cause opioid-like effects on the body [10:20] The glutamate effect [12:03] List of foods with high gluten level [13:33] Reasons to cut out dairy from child's diet [16:28] Reasons to cut out soy from child's diet [18:52] Heavy dangers of sugar [26:06] Reasons to cut artificial colors, flavors, and preservatives from child's diet Memorable Quotes: “It's baffling to me that the United States continues to allow ingredients into their food supply that are not even food. It's no wonder that we have so many staggering health issues.” “Inflammation isn't the only issue with gluten, though. Gluten also has the potential to create opioid-like effects in some individuals.” “When we removed gluten from my son's diet, he became a completely different person. Calm, focused, able to sit still. One of the moms I work with said the same thing about her son.” “One thing to keep in mind when removing gluten is that some people go through a gluteomorphin response; think of this like a detox period. During this period, their ADHD symptoms might actually get worse for a short period of time before they get better.” “Dairy, like gluten, also creates inflammatory responses in the body… about 50% of those who have a gluten sensitivity also have a dairy sensitivity.” “Some researchers suggest that 3 out of every 4 people have an unknown sensitivity to dairy.” “Dairy intolerance creates digestive problems, allergies, acne, asthma, and a whole host of other issues.” “Simple carbs should be avoided or seriously limited. Now, complex carbs on the other hand, come from vegetables, whole grains, beans, nuts, and seeds. Complex carbs help sustain healthy blood sugar levels.” “Companies may not listen to our voices, but they will listen to our money. If enough of us refuse to buy products that contain artificial food coloring, they would be forced to make a change.”
Majority of acne sufferers have diminished levels of omega-3 Ludwig-Maximilian University (Germany), May 16 2022. A study reported during the European Academy of Dermatology and Venereology Spring Symposium suggests a protective role for omega-3 fatty acids against acne. The study revealed that 94% of 100 acne patients whose blood samples were analyzed for red blood cell omega-3 fatty acid levels had lower than the recommended concentrations. Higher omega-3 fatty acid levels were found among people who regularly consumed legumes and among those who supplemented with omega-3. Omega-3 fatty acids lower inflammation that occurs in acne by stimulating anti-inflammatory eicosanoids and decreasing levels of insulin-like growth factor-1 (IGF-1). Patients with omega-3 fatty acids below the recommended levels had lower serum IGF-1 concentrations than patients who were not deficient in omega-3. Those with severe deficiencies had even greater levels of IGF-1. Nuts and peanuts may protect against major causes of death Maastricht University (Netherlands), May 11, 2022 A paper published in the International Journal of Epidemiology confirms a link between peanut and nut intake and lower mortality rates, but finds no protective effect for peanut butter. Men and women who eat at least 10 grams of nuts or peanuts per day have a lower risk of dying from several major causes of death than people who don't consume nuts or peanuts. The reduction in mortality was strongest for respiratory disease, neurodegenerative disease, and diabetes, followed by cancer and cardiovascular diseases. The effects are equal in men and women. Peanuts show at least as strong reductions in mortality as tree nuts, but peanut butter is not associated with mortality, researchers from Maastricht University found. In this new study, it was found that mortality due to cancer, diabetes, respiratory, and neurodegenerative diseases was also lowered among users of peanuts and nuts. Project leader and epidemiologist Professor Piet van den Brandt commented: “It was remarkable that substantially lower mortality was already observed at consumption levels of 15 grams of nuts or peanuts on average per day (half a handful). People more likely to trust, cooperate if they can tolerate ambiguity, study finds Brown University, May 12, 2022 Can a new colleague be trusted with confidential information? Will she be a cooperative team player on a critical upcoming project? Assessing someone's motives or intentions, which are often hidden, is difficult, and gauging how to behave toward others involves weighing possible outcomes and personal consequences. New research published in Nature Communications indicates that individuals who are tolerant of ambiguity—a kind of uncertainty in which the odds of an outcome are unknown—are more likely to cooperate with and trust other people. Tolerance of ambiguity is distinct from tolerance of risk. With risk, the probability of each future outcome is known. The many unknowns inherent in social situations make them inherently ambiguous, and the study finds that attitudes toward ambiguity are a predictor of one's willingness to engage in potentially costly social behavior. Overall, being able to tolerate ambiguity predicted greater prosocial behavior, which prioritizes the welfare of other people and not just one's own self-benefit. By contrast, there was no association between risk tolerance and social decision-making. When subjects were allowed to gather information about others—through gossiping about, engaging with or observing another person, for instance—and reduce the amount of ambiguous uncertainty around their social choices, the link between ambiguity tolerance and willingness to trust disappeared, according to the study. High-fat diet linked to nitric oxide levels, cancer development Beckman Institute for Advanced Science and Technology, May 17, 2022 It has long been hypothesized that dietary habits can precede and even exacerbate the development of cancer. Researchers at the Beckman Institute for Advanced Science and Technology proved that a direct link exists between the amount of fat included in one's diet and bodily levels of nitric oxide, a naturally occurring signaling molecule that is related to inflammation and cancer development. “Inflammation can play a significant role in this environment. Certain inflammatory response comes from highly processed foods, which are high in calories and high in fat. Yadav and coauthors are familiar with existing research linking increased nitric oxide levels to inflammation, and inflammation to cancer. The researchers used the probe to design a diet study comparing the tumorigenicity of the breast-cancer-carrying mice on a high-fat diet (60% of calories coming from fat) with mice on a low-fat diet (10% of calories coming from fat) by measuring the nitric oxide levels in both groups. “As a result of the high-fat diet, we saw an increase in nitric oxide in the tumor microenvironment,” said Michael Lee, a lead coauthor on this study. “The implication of this is that the tumor microenvironment is a very complex system, and we really need to understand it to understand how cancer progression works. A lot of factors can go into this from diet to exercise—external factors that we don't really take into account that we should when we consider cancer treatments.” Blood pressure drugs EXPOSED for increasing the risk of pancreatic cancer in women Baylor College of Medicine, May 12, 2022 Arguably, some blood pressure medications may be necessary and offer a benefit for those suffering with cardiovascular issues. But, of equal importance is, research out of the Baylor College of Medicine that has determined some of these drugs – like calcium channel blockers (CCBs) – can raise the risk of pancreatic cancer in menopausal women. CCBs work by preventing calcium from entering blood vessel walls and heart cells, reducing blood pressure and decreasing cardiac workload and stress. The study examined a large group of over 145,000 postmenopausal women from the Women's Health Initiative study between ages 50 and 79 years old. By 2014, over 800 had developed pancreatic cancer, with elevated risk among those taking a short-acting CCB. WARNING: Blood pressure drugs can double the risk of pancreatic cancer Of the participants, those who had taken a CCB (short-acting calcium channel blocker) had a 66 percent increased chance of getting pancreatic cancer. Those who took short-acting CCBs (as compared with other blood pressure drug types) for over three years had a doubled risk of pancreatic cancer. The drugs in question include short-acting nifedipine, brand names Adalat CC nicardipine (Cardene IV), Procardia and diltiazem (Cardizem). The short-acting varieties of blood pressure drugs were the only ones linked to higher pancreatic cancer risk; other types did not seem to increase the risk Heightened dream recall ability linked to increased creativity and functional brain connectivity University of California, Berkeley, May 14, 2022 People who can frequently recall their dreams tend to be more creative and exhibit increased functional connectivity in a key brain network, according to new research published in the journal Nature and Science of Sleep. The findings provide new insights into the neurophysiological correlates of dreaming. “I think that dreaming is one of the last frontiers of human cognition — a terra incognita of the mind if you will,” said study author Raphael Vallat, at the Center for Human Sleep Science at the University of California, Berkeley. “Although we all spend a significant amount of our lives dreaming, there are still so many basic research questions related to dreams that are unanswered, which obviously makes it such a fascinating topic to study! For his new study, Vallat and his colleagues used brain imaging techniques to examine whether neurophysiological differences exist between individuals who frequently recall their dreams and those who do not. The researchers found that high dream recallers and low dream recallers had similar personalities, levels of anxiety, sleep quality, and memory abilities. However, high dream recallers scored significantly higher than low dream recallers, indicating that they had greater creative abilities. Vallat and his colleagues also observed increased functional connectivity within the default mode network in high dream recallers compared to low dream recallers. The brain network “is known to be active during day-dreaming, mind-wandering (e.g. getting lost in your thoughts), and has been further suggested to promote creativity and dreaming,” Vallat explained. The increased connectivity was specifically found between the medial prefrontal cortex and the temporo-parietal junction, in line with clinical reports that have shown lesions to these brain regions result in a cessation of dream recall. Video : 1. This pandemic treaty is the greatest power grab any of us has seen in our lifetime – Neil Oliver (8:35) 2. Theresa Long MD, MPH, FS Opinion on Vaccines Expert Panel on Federal Vaccine (start @ 0:04) 3. 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In this episode, I answer 3 questions from YOU, the listeners about health, Autoimmune and well anything! Questions we dive into today: What is the perfect poop? (warning there might be a few cheese poop jokes! I'm sure your 2-year-old will love this one!) Are all the plant-based “fake meats” good for us? I've heard plant-based is healthier? Additional signs you might have inflammation, beyond blood work.
In honor of Lyme Disease Awareness month, Georgia shares the best nutrition for Lyme Disease! Wherever you are in your journey, Georgia will explain what foods will and won't get your body in fighting shape against the disease. She shares simple and practical tips to get your body closer to healing. Open enrollment for the August back-to-school session of NUTRITION BUSINESS BOOTCAMP is available now!Apply today.Whole Body HealingWholeBodyHealingNutrition.comIG+TikTok: @email@example.com
In this episode, Emily speaks with physician Rupa Marya and political economist Raj Patel about their recent book Inflamed: Deep Medicine and the Anatomy of Injustice, which explores the impact of oppressive systems on our health, and how deep medicine can facilitate collective healing. The Nocturnists is partnering with VCU Health Continuing Education to offer FREE CME credits for healthcare professionals. Visit ce.vcuhealth.org/nocturnists to claim credit for this episode. Find show notes, transcript, and more at thenocturnists.com.
This episode is brought to you by Rupa Health, Thrive Market, and InsideTracker.In today's episode, I've compiled questions submitted by my social media audience from some of my most popular Masterclass episodes. I am joined by my good friend and podcast host, Dhru Purohit, to discuss a range of topics related to autoimmune disease, optimizing your sleep, and inflammation. Dhru Purohit is a podcast host, serial entrepreneur, and investor in the health and wellness industry. His podcast, The Dhru Purohit Podcast, is a top 50 global health podcast with over 30 million unique downloads. His interviews focus on the inner workings of the brain and the body and feature the brightest minds in wellness, medicine, and mindset.This episode is brought to you by Rupa Health, Thrive Market, and InsideTracker. Rupa Health is a place where Functional Medicine practitioners can access more than 2,000 specialty lab tests from over 20 labs like DUTCH, Vibrant America, Genova, and Great Plains. Check out a free, live demo with a Q&A or create an account a RupaHealth.com. Thrive Market is an online, membership-based grocery store that makes eating well convenient and more affordable. Join Thrive Market today to receive an extra 40% off your first order and a free gift worth over $50 at thrivemarket.com/hyman. InsideTracker is a personalized health and wellness platform like no other. Right now they're offering my community 20% off at insidetracker.com/drhyman. In this episode, we discuss (audio version / Apple Subscriber version):The main Functional Medicine approach to treating autoimmune disease (4:15 / 00:43)Hashimoto's disease and thyroid testing (8:59 / 5:59) Is there a connection between autoimmune issues and allergies? (21:01 / 15:58)Where to start to heal autoimmune disease (26:32 / 21:30) Top three mistakes people make in dealing with autoimmune disease (28:34 / 23:36) Do you need to go to bed and wake up at the same time every day? (33:44 / 28:43)Supplements and sleep aids (40:55 / 35:58)Do grains affect inflammation? (43:43 / 38:48) The biggest driver of chronic inflammation (46:11 / 41:20) Can inflammation be driven by genetics? (47:42 / 42:41)Mentioned in this episode:How a Doctor Cured Her Autoimmune Disease with Functional Medicine Reversing Multiple Sclerosis and Autoimmune Disease with Functional MedicineThe UltraThyroid SolutionDr. Hyman's Sleep Master ClassIFM's Find A Practitioner Tool See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
You stub your toe or hit your funny bone on the desk, it gets red, swollen, and warm to the touch. That is part of the process that your body launches to repair the damage called inflammation. It's a natural healing process… so why is it constantly being touted as our enemy? In today's episode, we're talking to autoimmunity wellness expert, Julie Michelson, about her own journey through chronic inflammation, how she now helps her clients overcome it, and, most importantly, what you, the listener can do today to reduce or eliminate this low-grade chronic inflammation as much as humanly possible. Julie is a bestselling author, international speaker, and national board-certified functional medicine health coach. She also has her own podcast: Inspired Living with Autoimmunity. She is passionate about helping high achievers who are struggling with inflammation to take control of their symptoms in order to recover their energy, focus, and vitality. -- Resources: Learn more about what Julie Michelson does at http://jm.coach (jm.coach) https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/inspired-living-with-autoimmunity/id1588382066 (Listen to Julie's podcast) Visit https://thisishuso.com/rebel (thisishuso.com/rebel) and use the code “REBEL25” to save $25 Do you want more to empower yourself through healthy living? Is your busy lifestyle an obstacle to your health? Join https://www.facebook.com/groups/rebelhealthcoach/ (The Rebel Health Coach community) for the support and knowledge you need for better performance, better business and a better you! https://www.facebook.com/groups/rebelhealthcoach/ (Click here to join The Rebel Health Coach community now.) -- Disclaimer: The activities and research discussed in these podcasts are suggestions only and are only advised to be undertaken following prior consultation with a health or medical professional. Fitness training, nutrition, and other physical pursuits should be tailored to the individual based upon an assessment of their personal needs. -- The Rebel Health Coach Podcast is produced by http://crate.media (Crate Media)
Extending our conversation about inflammation, it is important to understand the mechanisms of inflammation, how it presents in the body and mind, and the types of inflammation. Today's episode will cover the three types of inflammation, simplifying cytokines and their role inflammation, fat and muscle tissues considerations, and much more! Topics include: - Centers of Inflammation - What We've Cover Today - Brief Explanation of Inflammation - Gut Health and Gut Inflammation - Cytokines Simplified - Improving Gut Health - Stress-centric Inflammation - Fat and Muscle Tissue Considerations - The Importance of Sleep - Please Share, Rate, and Review ---------- My Live Program for Coaches: The Functional Nutrition and Metabolism Specialization Learn More www.sammillerscience.com/FNMS2022 ---------- No-Cost Coaching Resources for Our Listeners The Check-In Checklist: www.Sammillerscience.com/checklist The Metabolism School Mini Series: www.sammillerscience.com/metabolism ---------- Stay Connected Instagram: @sammillerscience Facebook: The Nutrition Coaching Collaborative Community https://www.facebook.com/groups/nutritioncoachingcollaborative TikTok: @sammillerscience - https://vm.tiktok.com/ZTdPVQtMH/ ---------- “This Podcast is for general informational purposes only and does not constitute the practice of medicine, nursing or other professional health care services, including the giving of medical advice, and no doctor/patient relationship is formed. The use of information on this podcast and the show notes or the reliance on the information provided is to be done at the user's own risk. The content of this podcast is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment and is for educational purposes only. Always consult your physician before beginning any exercise program and users should not disregard, or delay in obtaining, medical advice for any medical condition they may have and should seek the assistance of their health care professionals for any such conditions. By accessing this Podcast, the listener acknowledges that the entire contents and design of this Podcast, are the property of Oracle Athletic Science LLC, or used by Oracle Athletic Science LLC with permission, and are protected under U.S. and international copyright and trademark laws. Except as otherwise provided herein, users of this Podcast may save and use information contained in the Podcast only for personal or other non-commercial, educational purposes. No other use, including, without limitation, reproduction, retransmission or editing, of this Podcast may be made without the prior written permission of Oracle Athletic Science LLC, which may be requested by contacting the Oracle Athletic Science LLC by email at firstname.lastname@example.org. By accessing this Podcast, the listener acknowledges that Oracle Athletic Science LLC makes no warranty, guarantee, or representation as to the accuracy or sufficiency of the information featured in this Podcast.”
What is the rotator cuff? And what should be done in the case of an injury? Do I have to get surgery? Join Kristi and Dr. Rountree as they explain the function of the shoulder rotator cuff, how to catch an injury early, and how to properly address the injury so that you may avoid surgery. Learn about the importance of exercise and strengthening in order to protect the rotator cuff structures, and how laser therapy and PRP injections can help with the healing process vs. corticosteroid injections. We have begun live-streaming this podcast. Watch this episode on Facebook right here, and see the next episode LIVE in two weeks!Studies mentioned in this episode:Platelet-Rich Plasma in Patients With Partial-Thickness Rotator Cuff Tears or Tendinopathy Leads to Significantly Improved Short-Term Pain Relief and Function Compared With Corticosteroid Injection: A Double-Blind Randomized Controlled TrialThe effectiveness of high-intensity laser therapy in the treatment of post-stroke patients with hemiplegic shoulder pain: a prospective randomized controlled studyVisit the LTI website for more information and to find a laser therapy provider near you. Are you a healthcare provider?Laser Therapy Institute Podcast YouTube ChannelHealing at the Speed of Light
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If you suffer from arthritis, knee pain, back pain, neck pain or migraines you're making it worse by eating inflammatory foods. Maybe you can't reverse your arthritis or damage from past injuries but you 100% can reduce or eliminate the pain as well as stop these issues from getting worse. The carnivore diet is antiinflammatory and strict carnivores live life without aches and pains despite having major irreversible issues like severe arthritis and joint damage. For migraine sufferers, it's clear migraines are often triggered by food, drinks and alcohol. By removing these triggers on a carnivore diet you can totally eliminate migraines from your life giving you the freedom to never worry about the pain and disruption of a migraine again. About Anthony Chaffee MD: Surgeon, nutritional researcher and former professional rugby player, Anthony's been a strict carnivore (meat, salt & water only) for three years and has eaten a meat-based diet for 25 years. He's on a mission to help people overcome diabetes, dementia, Crohn's disease, mental health issues and more with a carnivore diet. Opportunity to join the 30 Day Carnivore Challenge: Want faster fat loss, more muscle growth and endless energy, guaranteed? The 30 Day Carnivore Challenge is a proven system for smashing your goals in (you guessed it) only 30 days without putting up with side effects like diarrhea and keto flu. Instead, do it the easy way with personal support from Anthony, Simon and others on the same journey. With us by your side you will not fail! "Purchase" your FREE 12 page Guide to the 30 Day Carnivore Challenge now at https://www.howtocarnivore.com/ so you can see if it's right for you.
TWiV celebrates 900 episodes, Vincent gives the Richard R. Ernst lecture, and we discuss why inflammasome activation in infected macrophages drives severe COVID-19. Hosts: Vincent Racaniello, Alan Dove, Rich Condit, Kathy Spindler, and Brianne Barker Subscribe (free): Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, RSS, email Become a patron of TWiV! Links for this episode Richard R. Ernst Lecture Infected macrophages drives severe COVID-19 (Nature) Timestamps by Jolene. Thanks! Weekly Picks Brianne – The Milky Way's Black Hole Comes to Light Kathy – River dolphins playing with anaconda Rich – Smallpox vaccination techniques; from knives and forks to needles and pins Alan – Vacuum Tubes: a Modern Aladdin's Lamp Vincent – Books by Pamela Jane Intro music is by Ronald Jenkees Send your virology questions and comments to email@example.com
In COVID-19 clinical update #114, Dr. Griffin discusses early treatment with ivermectin, procalcitonin not a reliable biomarker, vaccine in 6-11 year olds, FDA limits use of Janssen vaccine, does site of vaccine booster matter, sniffer dogs, monoclonals for hospitalized patients, risk assessment for public events, Paxlovid eligibility, and persistence of pediatric anosmia. Subscribe (free): Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, RSS, email Become a patron of TWiV! Links for this episode Effects of early treatment with Ivermectin (NEJM) Procalcitonin not a reliable biomarker (IDSA) Evaluation of vaccine in children 6 to 11 years (NEJM)) FDA limits use of Janssen vaccine (FDA) Recall of b cell memory on vaccination location (Science Immunology) Persistence screening using sniffer dogs (Journal of Clinical Trials) Tixagevimab/Cilgavimab for treatment of hospitalized patients (Lancet) Infection detection by canine olfaction (OFID) Diagnostic utility to differentiate patients (IDSA) Prevalence of anosmia in pediatric cases (Pediatric Infectious Disease Journal) Risk assessment for public events (University of Texas COVID-19 Modeling Consortium) PAXLOVID patient eligibility screening checklist (FDA) PAXLOVID drug interactions (IDSA) Contribute to ASTMH fundraiser at PWB Dr. Griffin's treatment guide (pdf) Letters read on TWiV 899 Timestamps by Jolene. Thanks! Intro music is by Ronald Jenkees Send your questions for Dr. Griffin to firstname.lastname@example.org
Dr. Gupreet Padda, addiction specialist and seasoned biohacker, and joined me to discuss the links between inflammation and addiction. We discussed the role of fat, and insulin resistance along with ties between sugars and neurotransmitters. Get The Holistic Nootropics Supplement Guide FREE @ www.HolisticNootropics.com Follow us on Instagram @Holistic_Nootropics
Is there a connection between inflammation and depression? We know there are many factors both psychologically and physiologically that contribute to mood disorders but I wanted to cover this area specifically today. We'll cover serotonin function and holistic function, acute vs chronic inflammation, the different types of cytokines that contribute in this area, and much more! Topics include: - Connection between Inflammation and Depression - Quick Context on Depression - Serotonin Function and Holistic Function - Acute vs Chronic Inflammation - Different Types of Cytokines - SSRI's and CO**D19 - Causes of Inflammation - Please Share, Rate, and Review ---------- My Live Program for Coaches: The Functional Nutrition and Metabolism Specialization Learn More www.sammillerscience.com/FNMS2022 ---------- No-Cost Coaching Resources for Our Listeners The Check-In Checklist: www.Sammillerscience.com/checklist The Metabolism School Mini Series: www.sammillerscience.com/metabolism ---------- Stay Connected Instagram: @sammillerscience Facebook: The Nutrition Coaching Collaborative Community https://www.facebook.com/groups/nutritioncoachingcollaborative TikTok: @sammillerscience - https://vm.tiktok.com/ZTdPVQtMH/ ---------- “This Podcast is for general informational purposes only and does not constitute the practice of medicine, nursing or other professional health care services, including the giving of medical advice, and no doctor/patient relationship is formed. The use of information on this podcast and the show notes or the reliance on the information provided is to be done at the user's own risk. The content of this podcast is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment and is for educational purposes only. Always consult your physician before beginning any exercise program and users should not disregard, or delay in obtaining, medical advice for any medical condition they may have and should seek the assistance of their health care professionals for any such conditions. By accessing this Podcast, the listener acknowledges that the entire contents and design of this Podcast, are the property of Oracle Athletic Science LLC, or used by Oracle Athletic Science LLC with permission, and are protected under U.S. and international copyright and trademark laws. Except as otherwise provided herein, users of this Podcast may save and use information contained in the Podcast only for personal or other non-commercial, educational purposes. No other use, including, without limitation, reproduction, retransmission or editing, of this Podcast may be made without the prior written permission of Oracle Athletic Science LLC, which may be requested by contacting the Oracle Athletic Science LLC by email at email@example.com. By accessing this Podcast, the listener acknowledges that Oracle Athletic Science LLC makes no warranty, guarantee, or representation as to the accuracy or sufficiency of the information featured in this Podcast.”
The Friday Five for May 13, 2022: Medicaid Enrollment and the current PHE KFF: Facts About Medicare Spending Interactive Be a Mental Health Ally Develop Your Insurance Agency with Ritter So Long, iPod Register for your FREE RitterIM.com account Mentioned in this episode: Apple to pull the plug on iPod After 20 years A Visual History of the Apple iPod Developing an Agency – Your Guide to Getting Started Farewell to the iPod Fiscal and Enrollment Implications of Medicaid Continuous Coverage Requirement During and After the PHE Ends How to Be a Mental Health Ally KFF: Up to 14M enrollees could lose Medicaid coverage as states restart eligibility checks Knight School – Building a Business Plan RIP iPod, you walked so smartphones could run The Facts About Medicare Spending The iPod is finally dead. Long live the iPod. Up to 14M people could lose Medicaid coverage when health emergency ends: study More episodes you'll like: May 6, 2022 | The Friday Five Agent Apps | Tips for Getting a Good Night's Sleep While Traveling - White Noise Apps The Benefits of Joining a Top Insurance FMO The State of the ACA Market in 2022 What I've Learned About Imposter Syndrome (So Far) Articles to Share with Your Clients: Introducing the Medicareful Living Family Cookbook! Medicare Coverage for Treatment of PTSD What is Inflammation? Ritter Insurance Marketing eBooks & Guides: A Quick Guide to Cross-Selling Ancillary Insurance with Medicare Products The Complete Guide on How to Sell Medicare Advantage Plans The Complete Guide to Client Loyalty and Retention The latest from Ritter's Blog: Medicareful 2021 Year-in-Review: The Records We Set Together Ritter & ReminderMedia Partnership Offers Agents New Marketing Solutions The Agent Health and Life Insurance Carrier News Hub Connect on social: Facebook LinkedIn Twitter YouTube Instagram TikTok Sarah's LinkedIn Sarah's Instagram Subscribe & Follow: Apple Podcasts Google Podcasts Overcast Podbean Spotify Stitcher
Join us as we discuss a holistic approach to treating anxiety and depression with Dr. Peter Bongiorno. Did you know you can get depressed and anxious from not pooping everyday? Or not getting enough fatty acids and fiber in your diet? As evidenced by the growing research, our current lifestyle, foods we're eating, the stressors we have, the lack of sleep, and the lack of exercise are major causes of mental health issues. Brain function is directly related to what's going on in the gut, so when we make improvements to the gut microbiome, sleep, movement routine etc. we see major improvements in mental health and clarity. Dr. Peter Bongiorno graduated from Bastyr University after completing five years of medical training in naturopathic medicine and acupuncture. He authored Healing Depression: Integrated Naturopathic & Conventional Treatments, the first comprehensive textbook designed to teach physicians how to use the science and art of natural medicine to heal depression. Dr. Bongiorno is vice president of the New York Association of Naturopathic physicians, a member of the American Association for Naturopathic Physicians, Physicians for Social Responsibility, and has a diploma in acupuncture. He helped create the first elective Natural and Integrative Medicine Class at the Mount Sinai School of Medicine, and regularly guest lectures to medical students about natural medicine and acupuncture. He has been regularly interviewed on national and local television as a natural medicine expert, and writes for national media. He regularly writes articles for the Dr. Oz and Sharecare websites, and as an invited expert blogger at Psychology Today. Dr. Bongiorno is also a major contributor to the third and fourth editions of the Textbook of Natural Medicine. Connect with Dr. Peter Bongiorno: Website: www.drpeterbongiorno.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/peter.bongiorno Book: Put Anxiety Behind You Book: How Come They're Happy and I'm Not? Episode Takeaways: Holistic approach to managing mental health Focus on root causes, rather than managing symptoms and patchworking That means spending time listening to patients or applying a comprehensive patient form to study prior to seeing the patient There are a lot of clues as to what might be causing mental health issues when you ask the right questions Causes of this mental health epidemic From 2003 through today, suicide rates alone have skyrocketed, and suicide rates in women especially, have doubled The opioid epidemic is one cause Current lifestyle, foods we're eating, the stressors we have, the lack of sleep, the lack of exercise are more likely the cause Family history plays a small role in this too Is anxiety the beginning of a snowball effect for mental health? It certainly can be People will go on for years with anxiety at some level and it basically burns their system out Inflammation tends to go up, nutrients get depleted, the adrenal system doesn't work, people start sleeping poorly, and circadian rhythm gets all out of balance Altogether, these dilapidated functions in the body can wreak havoc on a persons mental health In addition, when we have predispositions to poorly functioning mitochondria, that's also going to play a role in depression How does trauma affect mental health? Childhood trauma, what they call adverse childhood events can alter your ability to cope with stress, anxiety, depression Prenatal stress, when you're in the womb and your mom's really stressed out, that's going to change the set points of your stress system, too EMDR work and energy healers can help unlock some of the blocks that the brain and body create when there is trauma How brain function relates to the health of the gut microbiome Robust research showing the very strong connections between the nervous system in the digestive tract If there's a lot of inflammation in the digestive tract, we'll find a lot of inflammation in the brain How balanced the germs are in the microbiota and the digestive tract will directly affect what is made, and what happens in the brain Fundamentals of mental health when treating a patient Listen for these top three: One, how often do they poop Two, how is their sleep Three, are they happy at their job and in the household Why do we sleep? We power down so that the mitochondria, which are those energy packs in our nervous system, can fix themselves and clean themselves up and break down and make new ones So that our system can de-inflame and can detoxify Glutamate is a good neurotoxin but when we don't sleep and there's too much of it, then it becomes a problem, and it'll contribute to anxiety, depression, schizophrenia, bipolar, and more FYI - some of the top drugs to induce sleep are actually very bad for you. Those drugs are shown to increase all mortality by about 300% Can acupuncture be helpful? Yes, at least for many people It can help to relax the nervous system, it can help induce balance back in the body,and it can help to induce sleep. All without requiring much from someone The place between your eyes is called the third eye and it is a very powerful meridian that can induce relaxation. You can press on that when you are stressed to get a little relief however acupuncture will have a more profound effect Why is pooping everyday important for mood and mental health? There is a lot of scientific literature and evidence showing the relationship between constipation, IBS, or constipation, and higher rates of anxiety and depression Daily movement is important for good motility - There's no way we can get rid of the toxins that our liver is putting out, no way we can balance hormones, and there's no way we can keep the microbiota in balance and keep those germs in balance there if we aren't moving our bodies Water is also very important for motility - if you don't have enough water, the colon's job is to extract water from the poop which can lead to constipation Essential fatty acids and fiber are great for the gut and brain as well A few other key things that help working on stress and getting people to either meditate or work on why they're stressed, or get a massage, or do castor oil packs on their stomach, things like that to help bring the circulation back to the digestive tract Connect with Kiran and Dr. Beurkens: BetterBiome.com Instagram: better.biome Instagram: Microbiome Keynotes Facebook: Microbiome Keynotes Instagram: Dr. Nicole Instagram: Kiran Krishnan
Turn on your red and near-infrared lights and let's continue learning! This week on The Red Light Report, we will keep learning about different health conditions that benefits from red light therapy, as I continue to read from the eBook I developed the past several years, the Red Light Therapy Treatment Protocols eBook.In last week's solosode, I covered the following five health conditions outlined in the eBook: eye health, fat loss, hair health, heart health & herpes. For each health condition, I discuss how red light therapy can benefit that particular condition and then follow that up with what the photobiomodulation research has to say about that health condition.In this solosode, I will be discussing the next four health conditions in the eBook: inflammation, immune system, oral health and pain.I hope you find this information illuminating, useful and potentially applicable to your health journey. So learn lots, light up your health and enjoy! - Dr. Mike Belkowski discusses the following: Inflammation How you can invest in Biolight - Republic.com/Biolight How inflammation is the root cause of many modern diseases How red light therapy reduces inflammation Research on red light therapy and inflammation The immune system How red light therapy helps with common virus symptoms Red light therapy and the production of T cells Research on red light therapy and the immune system Red light therapy and preventing cell death Oral Health Red light therapy and your oral microbiome LLLT and bone remodeling/ tooth movement Decreasing patient discomfort and pain with red light therapy Reversing enamel erosion Immediate pain relief from canker sores How pain works Chronic pain Reducing pain for musculoskeletal disorders Reducing muscle fatigue - Red Light Therapy Treatment Protocols eBook - To learn more about red light therapy and shop for the highest-quality red light therapy products, visit www.biolight.shop - Stay up-to-date on social media: Instagram YouTube Facebook
Welcome Valerie Fadok, DVM, PhD, DACVD to the podcast to discuss canine allergic and atopic dermatitis! She is a senior veterinary dermatologist with Zoetis.We've come a long way in our ability to manage allergic skin diseases in dogs. Due to our increased knowledge based on research, there are better therapeutics available. We have learned that several Type 2 cytokines such as IL-2, IL-4, IL-6, IL-13, and IL-31 are major players in mediating allergic pruritus and inflammation. These cytokines mediate their action through Janus kinase-1 and appear early in the allergic inflammation cascade. It is so important with the management of allergic and atopic dogs that we continue to have studies showing the effect of therapies on itch and inflammation. Check out this episode of the podcast to learn more!This podcast was sponsored by Zoetis. Zoetis is dedicated to changing the way we approach canine pruritus to protect the bonds between the pet, the owner and the veterinary team. Visit ScienceofStrongerBonds.com for more information.APOQUEL-IMPORTANT SAFETY INFORMATIONDo not use Apoquel in dogs less than 12 months of age or those with serious infections. Apoquel may increase the chances of developing serious infections, and may cause existing parasitic skin infestations or pre-existing cancers to get worse. Consider the risks and benefits of treatment in dogs with a history of recurrence of these conditions. New neoplastic conditions (benign and malignant) were observed in clinical studies and post-approval. Apoquel has not been tested in dogs receiving some medications including some commonly used to treat skin conditions such as corticosteroids and cyclosporines. Do not use in breeding, pregnant, or lactating dogs. Most common side effects are vomiting and diarrhea. Apoquel has been used safely with many common medications including parasiticides, antibiotics and vaccines. For more information, please see the full Prescribing Information at Apoquel.com/pi.Apoquel IndicationsControl of pruritus (itching) associated with allergic dermatitis and control of atopic dermatitis in dogs at least 12 months of age. Cytopoint Indications: Cytopoint has been shown to be effective for the treatment of dogs against allergic dermatitis and atopic dermatitis.
In this episode, I sit with Fasting Expert Brian Gryn to discuss all things about fasting. You can learn more about Brian @ https://zecohealth.com/briang/ Click below to access The Zeco Recommendation Page for products I recommend for health, fitness, & fat-loss. https://zecohealth.com/recommendations/
What causes stomach pains and bleeding? Inflammation. Why didn't your doctor find out what's wrong? Inflammation are caused by toxins. Eliminate toxins and inflammation will go away. Try diet and juicing for 6 weeks. If you're better than you stay on the diet. If you're not better than Chinese medicine will.Long term inflammation has damaged your body's ability to eliminate toxins. https://rumble.com/v140hzc-what-diet-foods-and-supplements-cures-stomach-pain-and-bleeding.html
Today Georgia is joined by fellow Lyme warrior and host of the Lyme 360 podcast, Mimi MacLean. Mimi shares her personal journey with Lyme Disease, both past, and present. She explains some of her favorite methods for healing, how she keeps fighting despite living with long-term Lyme, and what she's learned hosting her own podcast. Mimi and Georgia also discuss the importance of Lyme testing, detox, and the Lyme/mental health connection. Mimi is full of knowledge and an amazing guest to kick off Lyme Disease awareness month! Mimi MacLeanhttps://lyme360.com/IG: @lyme.360Lyme 360 PodcastWhole Body HealingWholeBodyHealingNutrition.comIG+TikTok: @wholebodyhealing Open enrollment for the August back-to-school session of NUTRITION BUSINESS BOOTCAMP is available now! Apply today.
This week we are talking once again with Anna, this time about Crohn's Disease and Gastroparesis. Anna is a 35 year old female who has an independent spirit inside of a body that holds an alphabet of health conditions. Anna worked as a case manager for individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities where she loved to advocate for her clients. When her health forced her to take a step back from working things have been rough as she looks for a new way to advocate for herself and for others. She has struggled with different health issues most of her life but the battle that lead to her to become disabled started in July of 2018. Currently she has been diagnosed with Ehlers Danlos Syndrome, Gastroparesis, POTS, MS, Addisons, Crohn's, Hypoglycemia, MCAS, TPN dependent, Failure to thrive and more. Crohn's disease is a type of inflammatory bowel disease (IBD). It causes inflammation of your digestive tract, which can lead to abdominal pain, severe diarrhea, fatigue, weight loss and malnutrition. Inflammation caused by Crohn's disease can involve different areas of the digestive tract in different people. This inflammation often spreads into the deeper layers of the bowel. Crohn's disease can be both painful and debilitating, and sometimes may lead to life-threatening complications. While there's no known cure for Crohn's disease, therapies can greatly reduce its signs and symptoms and even bring about long-term remission and healing of inflammation. With treatment, many people with Crohn's disease are able to function well (CREDITS: Mayo Clinic). Gastroparesis is a chronic disorder which means delayed stomach emptying without a blockage. In healthy people, when the stomach is functioning normally, contractions of the stomach help to crush ingested food and then propel the pulverized food into the small intestine where further digestion and absorption of nutrients occurs. (CREDITS: Am. College of Gastroenterology)
Dr. Tommy Sors, Assistant Director of the Purdue Institute of Inflammation, Immunology and Infectious Disease (PI4D), explains the role that STEM professionals in all fields play in sequencing genes to understand the instructions for life found in every cell. This field of study is known as genomics, but within this field, there are many other “-omics.” How about the field of study involving RNA copied from DNA made within the cell? Transcriptomics. The field of instructions on how to make proteins? Proteomics. The study of proteins metabolizing within the cell? Metabolomics. Each of these fields creates a flood of information that requires computational science to help scientists better understand the data.
Have you ever driven along the coastline, or walked by a local pond or lake and thought about taking a dip, but felt hesitant about swimming in what you know is cold water? My guest today, who argues that cold water swimming is one of the very best things you can do for your mental and physical health, will inspire you to finally take the plunge.His name is Dr. Mark Harper and he's an anesthesiologist and the author of Chill: The Cold Water Swim Cure. We begin our conversation with how Mark's research into the prevention of hypothermia during surgery led him to investigate the benefits of cold water exposure in managing the body's overall stress response. We discuss the effect cold water has on the body, and the potential mental and physical benefits this effect can have, from reducing inflammation, to reducing depression caused by inflammation, to improving conditions from diabetes to migraines. We get into how long you need to be in the water to get these benefits, and the temperature the water needs to be, which may not be as cold as you think, and potentially makes, depending on where you live, cold water swimming viable as a year-round practice. Mark also explains how to get started with cold water swimming, and do it safely and effectively, including why you should start in the summer, and how best to prepare your body before you get in the water and recover after you get out of it. We end our conversation with whether or not you can get the same benefits of cold water swimming from taking an ice bath or cold shower.Resources Related to the PodcastAoM Article: Semper Virilis — A Roadmap to Manhood in the 21st CenturyAoM Podcast #585: Inflammation, Saunas, and the New Science of DepressionPodcast #275: How Your Climate-Controlled Comfort Is Killing YouOn Airs, Waters, and Places by HippocratesRichard RussellJill Bolte Taylor's TED talkMike Tipton's researchBBC documentary, The Doctor Who Gave Up DrugsAoM article on the benefits of cold showersOrganizations Mark works with that promote cold water swimming:Mental Health SwimsChillSeaSure
Joseph and Amus join us today from Josephs Organic Bakery. We talk REAL food, real ingredients, real bread, superfoods, natural and holisitic approaches to life and how you can really improve yourself, energy, youth, sex drive and much more!www.veganbakerymiami.comTheir IG @josephsorganicbakery
The Neufit Method with Garrett Salpeter - Faster Healing and Optimal Performance | Podcast #354 Schedule a FREE Consult: http://www.justinhealth.com/free-consultation Review us at: http://www.beyondwellnessradio.com/itunes Recommended product - Neubie - https://www.neu.fit/justinhealth Podcast Transcription: The Neufit Method with Garrett Salpeter - Faster Healing and Optimal Performance | Podcast #354 Get Show Updates Here: http://justinhealth.com/beyondwellness-newsletter You-tube Podcast Subscribe: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=justinhealth 0:00 - Introduction 4;49 - What makes The Neufit Method different? 7:48 - The neurological response to injury and trauma 17:12 - The link of soft tissue of mobilization and nervous system 21:35 - The recent add-ons of Neufit Method 32:31 - Foundational diet changes to improve healing In this video, we have Dr. J and Garret Salpeter, the founder of Neufit Technology. Performance and recovery go hand in hand when training or doing physical activities, regardless if you're an athlete or not. The Neufit Method improves performance and muscle health and optimizes recovery. Further, this video will tackle optimizing performance in fitness, improving the recovery process, and breaking down the significance of The Neufit Method. Garret Salpeter emphasizes that even if you are not an athlete, you should know how to let your body rest, heal, and recover properly from any form of injury or physical activity. Everyone has their activity levels to maintain. It may not be sports-related, but everyone demands effort from their bodies on a day-to-day basis. ===================================== Subscribe on I-Tunes: http://www.beyondwellnessradio.com/itunes Review us at: http://www.beyondwellnessradio.com/itunes Visit us at: http://www.beyondwellnessradio.com Have a question: http://www.beyondwellnessradio.com/question
This episode is a special episode sharing a recording from a Q&A with participants from my recent Endo Belly Challenge. Over 150 people took part in the 4 week free challenge, and each week, they received an email from me with some education on the endo belly and what causes it and how to treat it, and then a related action step to help them minimise symptoms and begin treating the root causes. At the end of the challenge, to celebrate and wrap up, I held a private Q&A for anyone who wanted to ask questions about their experience with the challenge, their own endo belly issues or just about endometriosis itself. Today I am sharing some of these questions and my answers! I have blanked out and removed names where necessary. These questions are detailed and very unique to each person, but I really felt that some of them could be relevant or interesting to you all! Here's a brief summary of the questions: Why does my endo belly and pain get worse at night and in the morning when I wake up? If I'm on hormonal treatment, does it change what type of natural and holistic treatment I use? Will it be less effective? I had a full hysterectomy and since, my endo belly has gotten so much worse. The surgeon says they got all the endo and everything was fully excised, could it still be SIBO or endo belly? DISCLAIMER: We didn't discuss it in this call because the surgery was reportedly very successful and the surgeon was able to excise all the endo, but it is still possible for endometriosis to grow after a full hysterectomy. A hysterectomy is not a cure for endometriosis. If I eat an anti-inflammatory diet, will it shrink my endo? How do I treat SIBO? How do I prepare for surgery and get the best results from it? Any pre or post-op tips? What are the pros and cons of surgery? Can you treat endometriomas without surgery? DISCLAIMER: Please remember that everyone's experience of endometriosis is unique, and the decision to have or not have surgery should be made in partnership with your surgeon and medical team. The information I am sharing in this episode is just for informational purposes. I hope you find this episode useful! Free workshop: To support those of you who are struggling with overwhelm or not knowing where to start with beating the endo belly, I'm running a free workshop in two weeks – Creating a Roadmap for Endo Belly Healing. You can sign up right here. In this two hour-long workshop I'm going to… Show you how to overcome endo belly information overwhelm Help you identify your core endo belly challenges Teach you the first, second and third line therapies for endo belly healing that I go through with all my clients Empower you to set 1-3 goals and next steps so you can get started and take action after the workshop. This workshop is all about sorting through the confusion so you can begin managing the endo belly with confidence and clarity. Sign up here. Pick the workshop that best fits your schedule. (I'm offering multiple times!). Here are the dates: Tuesday May 24th, 7pm BST Thursday May 26th, 7pm BST Sign up to register and I'll send you all the details.If you can't make it live - don't worry, you'll be sent the replay the very next day! Let's get social! Come say hello on Instagram or sign up to my newsletter. Sign up to The Endo Belly Course wait list here. My cookbook This EndoLife, It Starts with Breakfast is out now! Get 28 anti-inflammatory, hormone friendly recipes for living and thriving with endometriosis. Order your copy here. If you feel like you need more support with managing endometriosis, you can join Your EndoLife Coaching Programme. A 1-to-1 three month health and life coaching programme to help you thrive with endometriosis. To find out more about the programme and to discuss whether it could be right for you, email me at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit my website. This episode is produced by Ora Podcasts. Ora provides audio editing, management and other services to make podcasting simple and sustainable for their clients. Health coaches, nutritionists, mediums, personal trainers, tarot readers, teachers, or just those striving for a better world, Ora can help you start and maintain your podcast. Get in touch today. This episode is sponsored by BeYou. Soothe period cramps the natural way with these 100% natural and discreet menthol and eucalyptus oil stick on patches and CBD range. Click here to find out more and to shop: https://beyouonline.co.uk This episode is sponsored by Semaine. Try their supplement for period pain and daily supplement for hormonal balance and PMS prevention with code ENDOLIFE to get 20% off your first order. Show Notes Surgery https://www.theguardian.com/australia-news/2021/jul/02/a-common-treatment-for-endometriosis-could-actually-be-making-things-worse https://endometriosis.net/living/surgery-adhesion https://endometriosis.net/living/surgery-preparation-tips https://www.thisendolife.com/this-endolife-podcast-episodes/endometriosis-laparoscopy-endo-belly https://www.thisendolife.com/this-endolife-podcast-episodes/endo-belly-after-endometriosis-surgery NAC https://www.thisendolife.com/this-endolife-podcast-episodes/2021/4/17/supplements-shown-to-target-endometriosis Inflammation, food and endo https://endometriosis.net/living/inflammation-pain https://www.thisendolife.com/this-endolife-podcast-episodes/nutrition-for-endometriosis-101 https://www.thisendolife.com/this-endolife-podcast-episodes/supplements-for-period-pain-menstrual-symptoms https://www.thisendolife.com/this-endolife-podcast-episodes/2021/4/17/supplements-shown-to-target-endometriosis
Joint injury is a major risk factor for developing osteoarthritis. For any given knee injury, about 50% of people will go on to develop osteoarthritis, regardless of if they have had surgical intervention or not. Osteoarthritis which follows a significant joint injury is sometimes called “post-traumatic osteoarthritis” or “PTOA” – many believe that PTOA represents a disease subgroup or phenotype of osteoarthritis. Joint injury is usually well-defined and easy to pinpoint in time allowing opportunities to better understand the early mechanisms of OA. Preclinical research has provided further insights on the development of PTOA and how certain molecules and pathways can be targeted to reduce or prevent OA following a joint injury. On this week's episode of Joint Action, Dr Fiona Watt joins us to discuss prevention of osteoarthritis following injury. Fiona is a Clinical Reader in Rheumatology in the Department of Immunology and Inflammation at Imperial College London, having previously been an Associate Professor at the Kennedy Institute of Rheumatology at the University of Oxford for a number of years, where she had completed her PhD in cartilage biochemistry in 2009. She was appointed as an honorary consultant rheumatologist in 2013. She leads the Clinical Translation theme within the Centre for Osteoarthritis Pathogenesis funded by Versus Arthritis. In 2019 she was awarded a UKRI Future Leaders Fellowship. Her research interest aims to develop new predictive tests and treatments in high risk groups for osteoarthritis. RESOURCESJournal articles· Prevention of posttraumatic osteoarthritis at the time of injury: Where are we now, and where are we going?· Posttraumatic osteoarthritis: what have we learned to advance osteoarthritis? CONNECT WITH USTwitter: @ProfDavidHunter @jointactionorgEmail: email@example.comWebsite: www.jointaction.info/podcastIf you enjoyed this episode, don't forget to subscribe to learn more about osteoarthritis from the world's leading experts! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
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When Kate's brother passed away in his 40s from cancer, Kate felt so powerless. The acute stress triggered a physical response in her body, and her work and lifestyle made it worse.She was eating more and more processed foods... and of course, sugar!Her joint pain, swelling and brain fog got so bad that she went to see her doctor. He sent her for some tests, but the symptoms continued.So Kate decided to do some research herself. She discovered the auto-immune protocol (AIP), which removes potentially inflammatory foods such as grains, dairy and legumes. And sugar of course, which is one of the most inflammatory foods.Within days, Kate started to feel better: her joints stopped aching, her swelling went down, and her brain fog cleared. It was amazing! She felt much better... but she also had to re-learn how to cook with non-inflammatory ingredients. So she started to create new recipes and now she's a Functional Nutritional Therapy Practitioner, a Certified AIP Coach, a Certified Gluten Practitioner, a trained Chef and a cookbook author. Find Kate here: https://healingfamilyeats.com/This week's episode is brought to you by the After Sugar Club. It's a private online space where you get guidance from me, Netta, to get sugar out of your system so that you can experience the freedom and joy of an easy and natural intermittent fasting lifestyle. Join our friendly supportive group and get the guidance and accountability you need. Visit the After Sugar Club here!Plus check out my partner, Medicine with Heart, which is an international functional medicine clinic specializing in difficult chronic cases of hormone imbalance, Lyme disease, mold illness and digestive dysfunction. Sign up for a consultation with their team to see if they can help reverse your disease! You can find more about them at medicinewithheart.com.Functional Medicine International Clinic: https://medicinewithheart.com/ Functional Medicine Online Certification: mindbodyfunctionalmedicine.com
A leaked document from the supreme court suggests that Roe v. Wade is about to be overturned. But where that's the scandal of our age, a bigger and longer-lasting scandal is the Sacrament of Baptism. Visit Matthew Pancake's Facebook http://www.facebook.com/matthew.pancake Visit Pastor Gary Held's Facebook http://www.facebook.com/garyheld Visit our Website www.RadicalGraceRadio.com Visit Our Youtube Page Risen Savior's Youtube Channel
In COVID-19 clinical update #113, Dr. Griffin discusses tocilizumab use in hospitalized Patients, IL-6 inhibitors and mortality, Baricitinib in hospitalized patients, post-infection neurological sequelae, comparative effectiveness of Pfizer and Moderna vaccines, phase 2/3 study of Paxlovid, infection relapse following Paxlovid, pre-hospital administration of Remdesivir, and hospitalization with different variants. Subscribe (free): Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, RSS, email Become a patron of TWiV! Links for this episode Timing of Tocilizumab Use in Hospitalized Patients (NIH) Interleukin-6 inhibitors reduce mortality (European Journal of Internal Medicine) Treatment Effect of Baricitinib on Hospitalized Patients (IDSA) Post Infection Neurological Sequelae (Res Square) Comparative Effectiveness of Pfizer and Moderna Vaccines (Nature Commun) Results from Phase 2/3 Study of Paxlovid (Pfizer) Infection Relapse Following Suppression by Paxlovid (Res Square) Update on Paxlovid Usage (FDA) Availability and Use of Treatments in Outpatients (CDC) Pre-Hospital Administration of Remdesivir (IDSA) Remdesivir and three other drugs for Hospitalized Patients (Lancet) Guidelines on Usage of Anticoagulants (Am Soc Hematol) Different Variants Hospitalization and Morality (Res Square) Contribute to FIMRIC fundraiser at PWB Dr. Griffin's treatment guide (pdf) Letters read on TWiV 897 Timestamps by Jolene. Thanks! Intro music is by Ronald Jenkees Send your questions for Dr. Griffin to firstname.lastname@example.org
Broccoli may beneficially affect microbiota diversity: Study University of Illinois Consuming broccoli may change the diversity and composition of the microbiota in the gastrointestinal tract, says a new study. Two hundred grams per day of broccoli for 17 days resulted in 37% increase in the proportion of Bacteroidetes relative to Firmicutes, according to data presented at the Experimental Biology meeting in Chicago this week by scientists from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, ARS-USDA, and the National Cancer Institute. “These novel results reveal that broccoli consumption affects the diversity and composition of the GI microbiota of healthy adults,” they wrote in the FASEB Journal . “These data help fill the gap in knowledge related to the role of bacterial hydrolysis of phytonutrients. “The increase in Bacteroides spp. is particularly relevant because Bacteroides thetaiotaomicron has been shown in vitro to utilize glucosinolates.” Acupuncture possible treatment for dental anxiety University of York Researchers have found evidence that acupuncture could help people who experience dental anxiety. Dental anxiety affects up to an estimated 30% of the adult population in countries world-wide. Patients can experience nausea, difficulty breathing and dizziness at the thought of going to the dentist, during an examination, and following treatment. In a review of six trials with 800 patients, researchers used a points scale to measure anxiety and studies show that anxiety reduced by eight points when dental patients were given acupuncture as a treatment. This level of reduction is considered to be clinically relevant, which means that acupuncture could be a possibility for tackling dental anxiety. Studies that compared anxiety levels between patients that received acupuncture and those that did not, showed a significant difference in anxiety scores during dental treatment. A clinically relevant reduction in anxiety was found when acupuncture was compared with not receiving acupuncture. Omega-3 may help protect against adverse cardiovascular effects of pollution Case Western University An article published in the Journal of the American College of Cardiology reported a protective effect for supplementation with omega-3 fatty acids against some of the harmful cardiovascular effects of exposure to air pollution in China. The randomized, double-blinded trial included 65 healthy college students in Shanghai, China who received 2.5 grams fish oil as a source of omega-3 fatty acids or a placebo daily. During the last two months of the trial, the subjects participated in four health examinations that included blood pressure assessment and measurement of blood markers of inflammation, coagulation, endothelial function, oxidative stress, antioxidant activity, cardiometabolism and neuroendocrine stress response. Campus levels of fine particulate matter air pollution (PM 2.5) measured during the course of the trial averaged 38 micrograms per cubic meter. The researchers observed greater stability of most biomarker levels in responses to changes in fine particulate matter exposure in the fish oil-treated group in comparison with the placebo group. Omega-3 fatty acid supplementation was associated with beneficial effects for five blood biomarkers of inflammation, coagulation, endothelial function, oxidative stress, and neuroendocrine stress response. Snoring causes injuries and prevention of healing in the upper airways Umea University (Sweden) The recurrent vibrations caused by snoring can lead to injuries in the upper airways of people who snore heavily. This in turn, can cause swallowing dysfunction and render individuals more vulnerable for developing the severe condition obstructive sleep apnea. These findings are reported by researchers at Umeå University, Sweden. Their on-going research focuses on the processes behind vibratory damage and healing of the upper airway tract. The data generated will help identify people at high risk of developing sleep apnea and to find novel treatment strategies. Researchers in Umeå have shown that snorers and sleep apnea patients have neuromuscular injuries in the upper respiratory tract. The injuries can be seen at both the structural and molecular level. Researchers could also observe a correlation between snoring and swallowing dysfunction as well as a relation between nerve damage and obstructive sleep apnea. Sleep apnea is characterized by repeated collapse of the upper respiratory tract leading to respiratory arrest during sleep, which increases the risk of cardiovascular disease. The studies show that people who constantly snore heavily and have sleep apnea displayed a loss of nerves and muscle mass in the soft palate. Furthermore, the attempts by the body to heal damaged tissue were disturbed resulting in an abnormal muscle structure. Another interesting finding was that muscle fibres in the soft palate lacked or had a disturbed organization of certain structural proteins. These proteins stabilize the organelles of the muscle cell and support cellular structures related to energy production and muscle fibre contraction. The researchers also found that a neurotransmitter that is normally associated with healing and regeneration of neurons was present in the muscle cells. This finding suggests that the body is trying to heal the injuries, but the recurrent snoring vibrations prevent proper healing. It becomes a vicious circle where snoring causes damage and at the same time disturb healing of injuries, which can lead to swallowing dysfunction and sleep apnea. Study: Tai chi can reduce hypertension symptoms in young and middle-aged in-service staff Zhei-jian Hospital (China) Researchers from Zhejiang Hospital in China reported that practicing t'ai chi can help with hypertension. The treatment group practiced simplified t'ai chi for three months. On the other hand, the control group underwent general daily lifestyle intervention. After one month of exercise, the participants who practiced t'ai chi experienced significant reductions in their systolic blood pressure, heart rate, triglycerides, total cholesterol, and low-density lipoprotein (LDL) cholesterol. At the end of the intervention period, the t'ai chi group experienced substantial decreases in their BMI, heart rate, systolic blood pressure, diastolic blood pressure, pulse pressure, triglycerides, total cholesterol, LDL cholesterol, and blood sugar levels. Practicing t'ai chi also improved their quality of life. Lemongrass essential oil protects the liver from acetaminophen-induced injury State University of Maringa (Brazil) A study published in The American Journal of Chinese Medicine found that the essential oil extracted from lemongrass (Cymbopogon citratus) can protect the liver from damage caused by acetaminophen intake. They pretreated mice with 125, 250, or 500 milligrams per kilogram (mg/kg) of lemongrass essential oil or 200 mg/kg of a standard drug per day for seven days. Then, they induced liver toxicity by administering 250 mg/kg dose of acetaminophen. The researchers found that pretreatment with lemongrass essential oil significantly reduced the levels of liver disease markers alanine aminotransferase (ALT), aspartate aminotransferase (AST), alkaline phosphatase (ALP). Inflammation in the liver was also reduced by lemongrass essential oil. Liver lesions in mice were also improved after pretreatment with lemongrass essential oil. 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Happy Friyay! Shar Jossell ends the week with Mikalah and we are ready! We discuss for What The Health on why we need to be paying attention to inflammation. Also, Mothers Day is coming up but what if you have a strained relationship or no relationship at all with your mama we give you some tips and advise for the holiday! Plus, so much more! Special guests: Dr. Ryan M Greene - Co-Founder and Medical Director of Monarch Athletic Club in Los Angeles
This podcast by leading holistic optometrist, Dr. Marc Grossman, is all about the spice turmeric, and specifically its most active compound, curcumin. This spice is not only delicious in food, but also it's known for having health benefits such as reducing inflammation. Systemic inflammation has been demonstrated to trigger or worsen many diseases such as Alzheimer's, cancer, arthritis, and heart disease. Curcumin is excellent for certain parts of the eye. Learn more about the health benefits of turmeric by listening to this episode of the Natural Eye Care Podcast.Dr. Marc Grossman's website, www.naturaleyecare.com, offers turmeric/curcumin supplements and many other supplements for the eyes and body.
Inflammation and Depression: From Evolutionary Understandings to the Discovery of New TreatmentsIn our first podcast with Dr. Andrew H. Miller, we explored links between inflammation and mental illness. But we left unanswered several key questions. Why as a species we should be so prone to inflammatory disorders? Why, from an evolutionary point of view, should inflammation so readily cause depression? In this podcast we cover these questions and more, exploring why humans have an inflammatory bias, why the link between inflammation and depression likely enhanced survival and reproduction across human evolution and why the absence of co-evolved bacteria, viruses and worms in the modern world is making both inflammation and depression worse. Finally, we turn to cutting-edge research underway in Dr. Miller's laboratory that seeks to harness the link between inflammation and depression to create better, and more personalized, treatments for mental illness. Andrew H. Miller, MD, is the William P. Timmie Professor of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at Emory University. His discoveries have played a leading role in our current understanding of immune-brain interactions relevant to mental health.This episode is Part 2 in a two-part series.Featuring:Dr. Andrew Miller, William P. Timmie Professor of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at Emory UniversityHost:Charles Raison, Psychiatrist, Professor at the University of Wisconsin-Madison and Emory UniversityAbout Emory University's Center for the Study of Human Health:The Emory Center for the Study of Human Health was developed to expand health knowledge and translate this knowledge to all aspects of life – for the individual and populations as a whole. The Center assembles the extraordinary faculty, researchers and thought leaders from across disciplines, departments, schools and institutions to bring this knowledge to Emory University students and inspire them to become leaders for the next generation in meeting challenges facing human health. Follow Us:Blog: Exploring HealthFacebook: @EmoryCSHHInstagram: @EmoryCSHHTwitter: @EmoryCSHH
Struggling with brain fog (brain inflammation) or chronic fatigue (which tends to go hand-in-hand with brain fog)? One of the often missed causes is gut health, and the overlooked brain gut connection. When struggling with brain fog symptoms like fatigue, trouble focusing, forgetfulness, and haziness in your thought processes, it's likely stemming from problems in your gut and related to the blood brain barrier. What does gut health have to do with brain fog and fatigue? Inflammation in the gut is just the starting point as to what could be going on. Watch this video to learn how to get rid of brain fog (hint: probiotics are a great starting point!) and function better in your life! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ze-tgmDUwNs My book Healthy Gut, Healthy You is available at https://drruscio.com/getgutbook If you're in need of clinical support, please visit https://ruscioinstitute.com Looking for more? Check out https://drruscio.com/resources
So many of today's diseases and ailments actually stem from inflammation in our bodies. And what is causing all this inflammation? You might be surprised how much your everyday choices are contributing to your pain. Today author and dietitian Shelly Malone elaborates on her book, “Inflamed,” and gives us a roadmap for ways to calm and eliminate inflammation. A conventionally trained nutritionist, Shelly has spent more than 20 years working in the healthcare and nutrition industries. She is a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist (RDN) and a member of the Dietitians in Integrative and Functional Medicine practice group within the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics. She holds a B.S. in Nutritional Science and a Master's in Public Health (MPH). Inspired by her own diagnosis of rheumatoid arthritis and symptom management with diet and lifestyle, she is on a mission to help others understand and reap the benefits of an anti-inflammatory lifestyle. Info: www.inflamedbook.com
I've got a GUT FEELING you're going to really like this week's episode.That's because this week's episode is all about GUT HEALTH featuring one of the TOP EXPERTS in the field, DR. AMY SHAH.DO NOT TAKE THIS LIGHTLY!If you want to take your health and wellness to an even higher level, you need to listen to this episode…Or if you've got some unexplained issues like fatigue, brain fogginess, discomfort of any type, aches and pains… You gotta listen to this!!After a serious car accident that jolted her into thinking about her life differently. Dr. Shah realized while she didn't sustain any physical injuries in the accident, mentally she wasn't happy. Against the backdrop of a busy schedule of studying for her medical boards and building a practice from scratch, her health was suffering. She began struggling with WEIGHT GAIN, LOW ENERGY, and UNEVEN MOODS before coming to the realization she needed a complete mental, hormonal, and inflammatory reset. That led her to her life's work, WELLNESS, and the strong MIND AND BODY connection necessary to achieve OPTIMAL HEALTH. Dr. Shah has become obsessed with creating methods and tools to help people move forward in their lives. She has authored an incredible must-read book, “I'M SO EFFING TIRED: A PROVEN PLAN TO BEAT BURNOUT, BOOST YOUR ENERGY, AND RECLAIM YOUR LIFE” named one of the five best business books of 2021 by FORTUNE MAGAZINE. Using cutting-edge science, she has helped thousands of people tap into their powerful energy trifecta: the complex relationship between your GUT, your IMMUNE SYSTEM, and your HORMONES. Based on years of research Dr. Shah explains how your GUT and your BRAIN are connected. You're going to hear how your gut impacts your mental health, and how we think impacts our gut.We also cover why being exposed to BACTERIA is better for your immune system, how INFLAMMATION is linked to your gut bacteria, and what you can do to FIX YOUR GUT.You're also going to get deep insights into Dr. Shah's NUTRITIONAL RESEARCH, including what foods we should and should not be eating, and HOW WHAT TIME WE EAT AFFECTS OUR GUT.If you're like a lot of people, you'll also want to hear what Dr. Shah has to say about those dreaded SUGAR CRAVINGS and how they're connected to our DOPAMINE PATHWAYS. Make no mistake, your gut health does affect your LIFESPAN. So, if you haven't been doing a good job of taking care of it before now, what you learn on this week's episode from Dr. Shah should be more than enough to get you thinking about gut health with a degree of urgency.