Friday 1 July 2016
Bone fractures and prescription drugs like fosamax and bisphosphonate drugs. Drugs can not make bones stronger. DHEA and reproductive or fertility issues. Endometriosis is a growth problem and should not require a mastectomy. Jack from Michigan has a wife with a carotid artery collapse. Stan from New jersey has a relative who is experiencing milky or pale coloured stools. Ben from Florida has a daughter who is pregnant and is experiencing morning sickness and ulcerative colitis. Denise from Texas has endometriosis and has tried a liver cleanse.
Monday 4 July 2016
Repeat show from Wednesday 8 April 2015;
Tuesday 5 July 2016
We can control our hormones by the foods we eat and our thoughts and feelings, and our hormones control our genes. We have survival hormones and thrival hormones. Beauty and health as a by-product of healthy living. Jesse from Michigan has cancer cells on her cheek. Angela from Florida has a friend with acne on his back. Barbara from wisconsin has elevated cortisol and wakes up in the middle of the night and can’t go back to sleep. Also a question about egg plant cream for cancer.
Wednesday 6 July 2016
Disease is a secondary issue. It is a sign or symptom of the root cause. We do not need test scores as markers of health. Psychiatry, depression and anti-depressants. Lilly from Texas has a son with MRSA. Rose from Virginia has a been diagnosed with polycythemia.
Thursday 7 July 2016
We can address disease by working with our digestive and blood sugar system. Focus on the body as a whole and not the specific system or structure. Heart and cardiovascular disease is not a cholesterol issue. Mary from Oregon would like to know what dose of enzymes and probiotics to take. Pam from Michigan has a friend with vertigo and anxiety.
Friday 8 July 2016
Disease is a by product of a compromised digestive and blood sugar system. Topical or transdermal DHEA for the skin. Hector from Austin has a daughter with adenoid issues and ear infections. Leroy from Atlanta has a cavity in his tooth and is using vitamin C as an antibiotic. Also has a question about how to consume egg shells.
Monday 11 July 2016
Talking about DHEA and the benefits for the skin. Most skin care products will feel good on the skin when you first apply them. But this does not mean they are effective products. Buy skin care products based on their ingredients. Marlene from Minnesota has been using Ben’s truth products, the omega 6 healing cream and the Truth Serum. Matt from Alabama has a baby with cradle cap.
Tuesday 12 July 2016
Fats are the raw material for the manufacture of the PPD hormones, pregnenolone, progesterone and DHEA. Cortisol secretions can be triggered by both emotional and physical stress. The drug Prednisone is stress hormone and acts as an anti-inflammatory but it has side effects. Cortisol and prednisone affect the immune system. The PPD hormones can balance out cortisol. The body is designed to thrive not just survive. Mark from Toronto has a daughter with persistent head aches. Tracy from Ohio has a friend who is diabetic. Sheryl from Georgia has a friend who had type 2 diabetes and has now been diagnosed with type 1 diabetes.
Wednesday 13 July 2016
We need excitement in our life to slow down ageing and entropy as well as fighting disease. Topical DHEA for the skin and its transdermal benefits. Shaun from Virginia has a question about creatine. Sheryl from Georgia has been diagnosed with a macular pucker and macular degeneration.
Thursday 14 July 2016
Repeat show from Wednesday 8 April 2015.
Friday 15 July 2016
Talking about transdermal penetration using DEHA, progesterone, oestrogen and testosterone or any other steroid cream. DHEA and osteoporosis. The best kind of vitamin D is from the sun. DHEA cream for burnt skin. Ronnie has comments about the new Bone Broth protein product. Bob from Minneapolis has a question about 7-keto-DHEA. Also has a question about having your tonsils removed. Cindy from Minnesota has a daughter who has leaky gut and candida.
Monday 18 July 2016
The ketogenic diet has been around since the 1900’s as an anti seizure diet. The ketogenic diet calms the body down and allows the body to get energy without sugar. Its takes time for the effects of the ketogenic diet to kick in. Pam has a son who has been diagnosed with hypertrophic obstructive cardiomyopathy or HOCM. Amy from Denver has a daughter who has type 1 diabetes and tested positive for GAD. Robert from Texas has a daughter with acne. Mike from Texas has a grandson who has been diagnosed with dandy walker syndrome.
Tuesday 19 July 2016
Talking about the ketogenic diet and how it got started. This was in a time when avoiding carbohydrates was considered a crazy idea. The body processes fats and proteins differently than it processes carbohydrates and sugar. Its takes time for the body to become a fat burner. The brain can use keytones as an energy source which helps with brain health issues. Angela from Florida has dry cracked lips. Scott from Texas has a wife with adrenal thyroid issues and has been using Himalayan salt in water.
Wednesday 20 July 2016
Talking about the Bone Broth Product from Jordan Rubin. GUEST – Jordan Rubin formulated the Bone Broth Product for his knee injury. The importance of protein and the benefits of bone broth protein over other sources of protein like dairy and grains. Bone Broth and connective tissue. Methionine. Muscle building protein vs connective tissue building protein. Bone Broth and the immune system. Bone Broth is easily digestible. You can build more muscle when you support your joints, ligaments and tendons.
Thursday 21 July 2016
Talking about the ketogenic and using protein. We still need to practice calorie restriction even with the ketogenic diet. Shifting the body into fat burning rather than sugar burning. We need saturated fats. Lorraine from Canada has been using the omega 6 healing cream for a wound on the skin. Toby from Cincinnati started the ketogenic diet and would like know what supplements to take. Mike from Florida has a wife with low blood pressure. Sheryl from Georgia is trying to get off her thyroid medication synthroid. Edgar has had success with acne.
Friday 22 July 2016
Repeat show from Monday 13 June 2016.
Monday 25 July 2016
Repeat show from Monday 13 June 2016.
Tuesday 26 July 2016
Repeat show from Wednesday 23 March 2016.
Wednesday 27 July 2016
Repeat show from Wednesday 20 January 2016.
Thursday 28 July 2016
Talking about the benefits of the ketogenic diet. Coconut oil and butter are saturated fats. Liquid oils are unsaturated fats and can be unstable. Body fat is an energy reservoir. The ketogenic diet turns on fat burning which helps us loose weight. We live in culture that encourages us to eat grains and carbohydrates. Mary from Oregon has a question about the bone broth protein and glucosamine. Karl from Oregon has a question about the sediment that collects at the bottom of a glass of beyond tangy tangerine.
Friday 29 July 2016
Fat is an important chemical for our bodies biochemistry. Doctors and clinicians are not biochemists. They treat symptoms and use statistics. Bone Broth Protein. The idea of calories in vs calories out is not as important as the type of calories we are eating. Fat activates a different biochemistry than sugar does. Bo from Kentucky talking about a Russian martial art called Systema. Samantha has a son with Canker sores in his mouth.