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March 25, 2017

We will cover two related topics this week. First up is Sandy Woodruff, MS, RD who is a co-author of  Dr. Vlassara’s AGE-Less Diet: How a Chemical in the Foods We Eat Promotes Disease, Obesity, and Aging and the Steps We Can Take to Stop It. “AGE” is a pun. It is obviously a measure […]

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March 18, 2017

Jim LaValle, R.Ph.,C.C.N. is author of Your Blood Never Lies: How to Read a Blood Test for a Longer, Healthier Life. He also wrote the best seller, Cracking the Metabolic Code: 9 Keys to Optimal Health. As a pharmacist, Certified Clinical Nutritionist, clinician and amazing investigator, he is well-qualified to speak on almost anything we […]

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March 11, 2017

What an interesting show. Anthony Thomas, PHD fills in some more blanks on vitamin K. For example, why we need it for more than helping guide calcium into bones instead of arteries (as though that isn’t enough). We also talk about why so many folks are not getting enough vitamin K and why we might […]

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March 4, 2017

William J. Rea, M.D., was trained as a thoracic and cardiovascular surgeon, but he became an expert in the environmental aspects of health and disease. He is also the author of several textbooks. I owe Dr. Rea a great deal for all I have learned from him over several decades. He is the founder and […]

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February 25, 2017

One of our favorite guests, Rich Snyder, DO has a new book: What You Must Know About Liver Disease: A Practical Guide to Using Conventional and Complementary Treatments. Modern life takes a toll on the liver, an organ that we may not appreciate until is stops doing its job properly. The same is true of […]

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February 18, 2017

I asked Stephen Hotze, MD to be with us to discuss a hormone imbalance that you may be surprised to know affects men as well as women—estrogen dominance. It matters a lot because that imbalance is related to a whole lot of trouble such as: headaches, mood swings, fat gain, fatigue, prostate trouble, all kinds […]

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February 11, 2017

Even if the only things you “grow” are silk plants, you will be interested in the remarkable results of a study that I discussed with John Willard. Because we humans are so much like plants, we can learn a lot by paying attention to natural ways to support plant health and speed their growth. More […]

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February 4, 2017

Dr. Brian LeCompte joined me in the studio for the first of what I hope are many interviews. This interesting gentleman was trained as a surgeon, but felt the need to add many new tools to his little black bag. As an integrative physician, one of the treatments he provides at The Kotsanis Institute is […]

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January 28, 2017

We featured an expert in how to get a college education—WITHOUT student debt or wiping out the parent’s retirement funds. Yes, it is possible to go to college basically for free–even if you are not a star athlete or in another privileged group. We discussed not only some of the strategies that my guest, Matthew Einsohn, […]

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January 21, 2017

Dr. Darcy Brunk has acquired a lot of new information to share about pain treatment including peripheral neuropathy (a problem diabetics often face). One method involves a way of stimulating the Vagus nerve to calm any part of the body. I find both the nerve and the technology quite interesting. (check out http://war.clinic/) his numbers: 972-303-0683 […]

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