Ben Fuchs Radio Show - December 2015
Tuesday 1 December 2015 The idea that fats are good for us especially essential fatty acids. Eicosanoids are hormones and deal with inflammation and anti-inflammation. Fasting and inflammation. Blood clotting and the defensive response. Skin diseases and EFA deficiencies. Nicole from Maine has epilepsy and is on medication. Reed from Colorado has a question about hydrogen peroxide and oxygen. Also has a question about using microwaves. Also has a comment about Ben's grey hair.

Wednesday 2 December 2015 Essential fatty acids and eicosanoids. Inflammation vs anti-inflammation. Inflammation is usually linked to the foods we eat and digestion. Fatty nutrients for skin health. Omega 6 to omega 3 ratios and food sources. Glen from Philadelphia has a question about chronic inflammation and magnesium. Ken from Ohio has a question about fasting. Rose from Virginia has a comment about Arugula.

Thursday 3 December 2015 Supplementing with essential fatty acids. All diseases have some sort inflammation. Eicosanoids and EFA deficiencies. Food sources of good fats and omega 3. Sources of GLA. Mary from Michigan has a husband who got cellulitis after cutting his leg. Karl from Oregon. Kevin from Russia has a bottle of X2 nascent iodine and has a question about dosage. Message from Ben's friend Tammy who has a friend with alopecia or hair loss. Angela from Florida has a question about gluten.

Friday 4 December 2015 Repeat show from Monday 26 October 2015 - The bright side philosophy of reversing disease. Hormones are the first manifestation of biology and the interface between the world of thoughts and feelings and the physical body. Endocrinologists are the doctors of the endocrine hormones. The main control points for our hormones are thoughts, feelings and foods. Fatty steroid hormones are types of cholesterol. Karl from Oregon has a question about Andropause. CH from Alabama would like to reverse his dry skin. Gratsiano has a child with T zone acne.



Monday 7 December 2015 Essential fatty acids. The benefits of melatonin and serotonin. Heartburn, insomnia and gerd. Hair and nail health. Lee from New Jersey has been diagnosed with bipolar disorder and has skin problems. Bruises and bruising. Brian from New Hampshire has a question about 5-HTP, melatonin and tryptophan.

Tuesday 8 December 2015 Talking about hair cleaning products. The surface covering of the hair is called the cuticle and this where shampoo and hair products do their work. Hair conditioners can contain silicone and ammonia like substances that stick to the hair. This is where conditioner build up occurs. Hair growth comes from the hair follicle. Melatonin and serotonin. Susan from Texas has tinnitus and atrial fibrillation. Sandra from Virginia has a question about food sources of zinc. Also she has diverticulitis.

Wednesday 9 December 2015 Talking about hair cleaning products. The surface covering of the hair is called the cuticle and this where shampoo and hair products do their work. Hair conditioners can contain silicone and ammonia like substances that stick to the hair. This is where conditioner build up occurs. Hair growth comes from the hair follicle. Melatonin and serotonin. Susan from Texas has tinnitus and atrial fibrillation. Sandra from Virginia has a question about food sources of zinc. Also she has diverticulitis.

Thursday 10 December 2015 Neuropathy or nerve pain can be caused by chronic cell death and build up of cell debris. This cell debris can contact the nerves, which causes the pain. Nutritional melatonin and tryptophan. Melatonin and antioxidants for sun protection. Melatonin and cholesterol. Tom from Ohio has pains in his stomach and has diverticulitis. Mike from California has a question about testosterone boosting foods and improving thyroid function. Larry from Oklahoma is having radiation treatments for his colon cancer and would like to know how rebuild his colon tissue.

Friday 11 December 2015 Electrolytes and B-vitamins provide the body with electrical energy. The skin is a fatty system of the body. Consume fats for dry skin. Be respectful about what you slather onto your skin. The many benefits of melatonin. Sun protection using melatonin, tryptophan and antioxidants. Vitamin E and Melatonin are fat protecting nutrients. Alzheimer's disease. Andre from California has thyroid problems high and low. Rob from Nevada wants to build his testosterone. Dave from California has a question about dandruff. Steven from California has a friend diagnosed with blood cancer.



Monday 14 December 2015 Using fatty nutrients for skin health. We need to digest and absorb fats to get their full benefits. Vitamin D, E and A. Vitamin K, B and C are cofactors in chemical reactions in the body. Vitamin E protective abilities. Steve from Santa Cruz has a friend diagnosed with a blood cancer called myeloma which is a bone marrow disease involving white blood cells. Angela from Florida has a question about adrenal fatigue and body fat around the belly. Jim from Massachusetts has break outs on his face, which have got worse since he started taking nutritional supplements.

Tuesday 15 December 2015 Talking about skin health problems like psoriasis being much more than a cosmetic issue. Psoriasis is associated with heart disease and the blood. Cold tar treatments for the skin are nasty substances. Dirty blood is behind autoimmune and inflammatory diseases. Rodney from Illinois has a brother with a kidney stone. Bob from Colorado has a gut problem and a hernia.

Wednesday 16 December 2015 Talking about the benefits of vitamin E. Its acts as protection from the sun and for the eyes. Vitamin E cannot get rid of a scar once you have a scar. Scars are the way the body protects itself. Load up on nutrition before going into surgery for optimal healing. Steve from Texas has had success with colon cancer without chemotherapy. At the moment he has MS multiple sclerosis. Terry from Texas has a daughter with celiac disease. Mr X has some comments about scars he has gotten rid of. Shane from North Carolina has a mother who was prescribed prednisone and now has holes in her colon.

Thursday 17 December 2015 Comments about a law suit against Wen's shampoo system. Talking about scar tissue and preventing scars using nutrients. Silica gel for healing bones and joints. Topical vitamin E for pre and post surgery. Brian from New Hampshire has a question about vitamin A and Retinol products that actually contain retinyl palmitate. Letter from Kimberly who has amenorrhea and is dealing with infertility after an ovary was removed.

Friday 18 December 2015 Letter from woman who has Ehlers-Danlos syndrome. Vitamin E is a protector. Topical fatty vitamin C. Keloids. Fibroblast cells. Alzheimer's disease and vitamin E. Tracey from California has a father with chronic diarrhoea. Kelly from Illinois has chronic constipation.



Monday 21 December 2015 Talking about vitamin E for diseases of the brain and nervous system. This includes the eyes. Vitamin E also protects against glycation and metabolic syndrome. Insulin instructs cells to uptake nutrients. Cells can stop listening to insulin and this part of metabolic syndrome. Sarah from Massachusetts has a question about the importance of living a positive lifestyle. Tom from Florida has a skin issue on the backs of his hands, that he gets in the winter.

Tuesday 22 December 2015 Talking about metabolic syndrome which used to be called syndrome X. Insulin is an anabolic building hormone. Andropause and boosting testosterone. Weaning off the insulin spiking foods using protein and goods fat. Re-sensitise your cells to insulin. Tom from Westminster has a comments about the older generations eating habits. He has been having trouble getting his nutrition. Colin from Oklahoma has a pregnant wife who has swelling which is affecting the median nerve. Socrates from New Hampshire is struggling to be positive from day to day. Robert from Colorado has a wife who has a swollen lip like an allergic reaction.

Wednesday 23 December 2015 Metabolic syndrome is an insulin resistance disease. When the digestive system becomes impaired, this is where blood sugar problem start. Comment about stem cells. Even a sweet taste will activate an insulin response. Macro and micro nutrition. Fat soluble and water soluble nutrients. Robert from Colorado has a friend with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease or COPD. Letter from Jim who has spinal stenosis, 2 bad disc's in his spine and bones spurs.

Thursday 24 December 2015 Repeat show from Friday 18 December 2015 – Letter from woman who has Ehlers-Danlos syndrome. Vitamin E is a protector. Topical fatty vitamin C. Keloids. Fibroblast cells. Alzheimer's disease and vitamin E. Tracey from California has a father with chronic diarrhoea. Kelly from Illinois has chronic constipation.

Friday 25 December 2015 Repeat show from Thursday 13 November 2014 – Talking about the importance of vitamin C. Most animals make their own vitamin C. Adrenal fatigue. Gratsiano from San Diego has a question about cold sores. Justine from Detroit has a question about adrenal fatigue and sleep apnoea. GUEST – Clinton Scott talking about his story of when he had a stroke and how he got involved with the youngevity products.



Monday 28 December 2015 Comments about a Retinol containing product. Talking about metabolic syndrome. Insulin resistance. Re-sensitise your cells to insulin. Essential means you must get it through your diet. Pre-eclampsia and the blood sugar system. Marilyn from Maryland would like to know about Ben's Retinol products. Robert from Vegas has a question about candida. George from Maryland was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis or MS. Arn from Montana has a question about high cholesterol.

Tuesday 29 December 2015 Vitamin E is a family of fatty nutrients called tocopherols and tocotrienols. The food industry wants us to eat more foods than we need. Metabolic syndrome is a classic sign of over eating. Non-alcoholic fatty liver disease and vitamin E. The liver has to process and detoxify all prescription drugs. All the blood in the body goes through the liver and the liver performs about 500 different functions. Wesley from Idaho has a comment about Multiple sclerosis and vitamin D. Karl from Oregon has a success story about his friend who had some emotional and mental issues as well as being anaemic. Letter from Lori who has been diagnosed with vertigo, anxiety, joint and muscle pain as well as fatigue at her jobs but says she is other wise healthy.

Wednesday 30 December 2015 Vitamin E is protection for all of the cells in our bodies. The liver, hepatitis and non alcoholic steatohepatitis. We need our liver to be healthy and work properly so it can process our blood. Blood clotting is tightly a regulated process in the body. David from Texas had success with Grave's disease or hyperthyroid. Went to the doctors who said he has a build up of plaques on his blood work. Mary from Oregon has been doing colonics or colon cleansing and her therapist wants her to do an intestinal cleanse with a herbal product. David from Alabama is a diabetic and is on insulin as well as hypothyroid. Denise from Florida has a question about omega 6 and oily skin.

Thursday 31 December 2015 Repeat show from Thursday 13 November 2014 – Talking about the importance of vitamin C. Most animals make their own vitamin C. Adrenal fatigue. Gratsiano from San Diego has a question about cold sores. Justine from Detroit has a question about adrenal fatigue and sleep apnoea. GUEST – Clinton Scott talking about his story of when he had a stroke and how he got involved with the youngevity products.
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