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Ben Fuchs Radio Show - June 2014
Monday 2 June 2014
Talking about cell membranes, statin drugs and cholesterol. Cancer and cell communication in relation to cholesterol. How cells communicate with each other by secreting chemicals so other cells can receive those chemicals through their receptors on their cell membrane. Prescription drugs block receptors on the cell membrane. Greg from Florida has a question about a company called Melaleuca and the sugar called sucralose not sucrose. Also a question about creatine. Sheila from Wisconsin has a question about itchy skin on her back.
Tuesday 3 June 2014
GUEST - Dr Jordan Rubin author of The Makers Diet talking about his health problems earlier in life. The treatments he received from the medical model and the prescription drugs he was on. Talking about his experience with Kefir and dairy products like Amasai milk.
Wednesday 4 June 2014
Talking about cholesterol production in the body. Statin drugs are being recommended more often and they suppress other systems, not just the cholesterol making machinery. Statin drugs suppress vitamin E, and Co enzyme Q10. Michele from Missouri was diagnosed with lupus and is on prednisone which suppresses the immune system. Lupus is an autoimmune connective tissue disease. GUEST – Dr John J.Ratey and Richard manning author of Go Wild: Free Your Body and Mind from the afflictions of Civilization. Talking about sleep deprivation because of modern technology. Humans are not meant to eat grains. Talking about exercise and different types of exercise such as dance and martial arts. Meditation.
Thursday 5 June 2014
Talking about the importance of essential fatty acids or EFAs. Grains only contain omega 6s and not omega 3s. Fatty nutrients like vitamin E and vitamin A. Fat processing nutrients like vitamin B5. Oily skin and dry skin. Moisturiser creams and treatments for the skin. Barbara from California thinks she has an allergy to vitamin B12. You cannot be allergic to a vitamin or an essential nutrient. Laura from Florida is suffering from acne.
Friday 6 June 2014
How fats we get from our diet effect our skin. The skin is an organ. All disease is cell disease. Skin disease is skin cell disease. Acne, eczema, psoriasis and dry skin or oily skin all have internal causes. Vitamin E, vitamin A and vitamin D. Fats and especially essential fatty acids EFAs helps the skin absorb and retain moisture factors. Moisturiser creams for the skin mimic and simulate this mechanism. Kurt from Iowa has questions about the ratio of omega 6 to omega 3 in foods like grains. David from Canada is a diabetic and has had success lower his blood sugar using Youngevity products but needs help to lower his blood pressure. Sandy from Texas has a torn meniscus and osteoarthritis in her knee.
Monday 9 June 2014
Repeat show from Wednesday 27 march 2013 – Talking about Cancer, Oxygen, suffocation and respiration. Talking about the causes of cancer. How to avoid cells going cancerous. The Clemson Study. Ralph from Maryland finishing up about his arthritic joint pain. Eric asking about the hormone melatonin. Hecter from Texas has a question about post meal and fasting blood sugar levels.
Tuesday 10 June 2014
Repeat show from Monday 18 February 2013 – Brain Health, serotonin boosting strategies and getting off SSRI drugs. Talking about Sun light and electrical energy in the body. Sun light and general health. Frank from the UK question about asthma and chest infections. Mary from Michigan who's son has oral lichen planus and doctor wants to put him on steroid drugs. Marietta from Missouri who has a goiter.
Wednesday 11 June 2014
Talking about skin health and essential fatty acids EFAs for dry skin. Food and protein particles getting into the blood stream. The sun is important. Food is basically energy stored from the sun. Prostaglandins and inflammation. Fish oils, EFAs and omega 3 and omega 6. Chia seeds. Mario from Canada has a mother with shingles. David from Texas has a question about heavy metals in the environment. Debbie from Florida has diarrhoea after using the beyond Tangy Tangerine. RC in California has a wife with frequent nose bleeds.
Thursday 12 June 2014
Talking about skin health and how not to get caught up in disease diagnosis. Essential fatty acids, EFAs and inflammation. Omega 3 and omega 6. Proper fat absorption and digestion for all skin disease. Cell membrane also called the phosolipid bilayer. Omega 3 for the nervous system and pregnant women or babies. Omega 3 chemical name is Alpha linoleic acid, ALA. Chia seeds. Carl from Oregon has a question about parkinson's disease. How to reverse any degenerative disease using techniques like a food diary.
Friday 13 June 2014
Talking about chia seeds and soluble and insoluble dietary fibre. Sun protection comes from the immune system and the skin itself. What SPF actually means. Letter from Dorothy who's father has sinus problems and a candida problem. Letter from Betty who had breast cancer and had a mastectomy, lymph nodes removed and chemotherapy. BRAC gene and breast cancer. Shaun from San Diego had a heart arrhythmia and other heart problems. Don from Georgia has rashes from extreme heat and cold.
Monday 16 June 2014
Talking about chia seeds and essential fatty acids, EFAs. Inflammation and eicosanoids which are made from essential fatty acids. Soluble and insoluble dietary fibre. Arabinogalactan. Article in the Guardian says SPF factor 50 cannot give complete protection against skin cancer. Starvation, suffocation and toxicity in cells. Skin and sun damage and how it relates to SPF in sun screens. Beta glucan. Letter from Freddy who's wife has itchy skin, thyroid problems and high blood pressure. She also wants to get stomach surgery. Kevin from Florida has a question about fatigue and concentration problems. Stephanie from California notices she gets a urinary tract infection when she eats certain things and also has swollen lymph nodes. John from California has swollen knuckles on his hands and thinks he has arthritis.
Tuesday 17 June 2014
Talking about protein, eggs, whey and amino acids. The amino acid Arginine and its nitrogen component. John from Michigan was stung on the back of the neck and had an allergic reaction. Anti-histamines. Tera from North Carolina has a question about blood in her babies stool. GUEST – Patricia Black is a friend of Ben Fuchs who managed to reverse her MS multiple sclerosis. How her MS symptoms started and how she was diagnosed with a MRI scan. How she uses exercise and yoga to keep her coordination and strength up. What foods she uses to keep healthy.
Wednesday 18 June 2014
Talking about protein being the essence of life. The importance of protein. Peptides and amino acids. Arginine and its nitrogen component. The explosive nature of nitrogen. Plants, seeds, farming, agriculture and protein. Grains and protein. The Haber process and how it made nitrogen industrially viable. Nitrogen balance in the body for exercise and post surgery. Bill from California has a friend with hepatitis C. Stan from Florida has a sister with eczema. Kim from Florida has a question about sun gazing and serotonin.
Thursday 19 June 2014
Talking about the amino acid arginine. Liver inflammation, hepatitis and the prescription drug Interferon. Non Alcoholic Fatty Liver disease is now called Nonalcoholic Steatohepatitis or NASH. Dysglycemia and elevated blood sugar in relation to the liver. The liver process all prescription drugs which also burdens the liver. Janis from Texas has a daughter who has been diagnosed with seizures and has been under a lot of stress. Robert from Canada had a small cancer removed from his hand and has post surgery swelling.
Friday 20 June 2014
Talking about how the medical model is not your friend and is a corporate vampire. The medical model is directly responsible for the wounding and maiming of more than 70 thousand people. Dysglycemia and elevated blood sugar in relation to the liver. Beyond Organic line of products from Jordan Rubin. Ben is sipping on the SueroViv product. Fructose, glucose and how fructose is handled by the liver. Fructose is processed by the liver in the same way alcohol is processed by the liver. Denise from California has a daughter who's hair is falling out. Thau from New York has is worried about loosing too much weight. Ron from Texas feels wobbly and dizzy in the morning.
Monday 23 June 2014
Talking about the amino acid arginine. Non Alcoholic Fatty Liver disease is now called Nonalcoholic Steatohepatitis or NASH. When sugars and carbohydrates do not digest properly they start to ferment and cause SIBO Small intestinal bacterial overgrowth. Dysglycemia and elevated blood sugar and SIBO. Kidney disease and SIBO. Bacteria make poisons which get into the blood. Don from Georgia has been dealing with a rash which he thinks is caused by sugar. Also has a question about herpes. John from Michigan has a question about anti-histamines and reducing nausea. Bethany from New Jersey gave birth recently and is feeling anxiety. Don from Missouri had a bypass operation and can hear his heart beat in his ear.
Tuesday 24 June 2014
Talking about SIBO, small intestinal bacterial overgrowth and blood poisoning. Clotting blood and blood thinning drugs. The body is designed to heal and renew and if there is disease there is a reason for it. Kidney disease, dirty blood and endotoxemia. Dirty blood can cause general muscle and joint pain. Julie from Texas has a friend with a baby who has prader willi syndrome, PWS. Matt from Texas has a success story about reversing MS multiple sclerosis. Jeff from California has a question about pancreatic enzymes, lipase and ox bile. Shelia from new Hampshire has a friend with renal nephropathy.
Wednesday 25 June 2014
Talking about the defensive response in the body. Degenerative disease arises from an overburdened defensive system. Removing organs does not remove the burden on the body. Shelia from new Hampshire has a friend with renal nephropathy, kidney disease. Mary from California has schamberg's disease on her skin. GUEST - Ori Hofmekler author of the Warrior diet. Talking about intermittent fasting and eating too many meals. Talking about breakfast. Talking about Stress Activated Nutrients. Barks, rhizomes, pits or stones and peels.
Thursday 26 June 2014
Talking about generalised pain through out the body. Fibromyalgia which means muscle pain. The bright side is you can reverse your condition and feel better. Any medical model diagnosis is simply the manifestation of an unhealthy body. Relaxation and how the body thrives under conditions of short intense stress. Puffiness under the eyes is not a skin issue. Sue from California has a brother with gout on his toe. Gout is a type of arthritis where crystals of sodium urate form inside and around joints . Letter from Susan who has high blood pressure. Edmund from Illinois just found out his wife is pregnant and wants to know about nutritional supplements for his wife. Irene from California has a question about the beyond tangy tangerine and the Z-radical.
Friday 27 June 2014
Talking about fibromyalgia and SIBO, small intestinal bacterial overgrowth. Fibromyalgia affects woman mostly. Fibromyalgia and oestrogens. Fibroids, cysts and endometriosis. The liver and processing oestrogens. Proper fat digestion for any gynaecological issue. Kyle from Texas is calling about high blood pressure. Sandy from Wisconsin has a question about different types of magnesium. Rose from Virginia has a friend with fibromyalgia.
Monday 30 June 2014
Talking about fibroids which is an oestrogen issue. Hormone issues and how they relate to proper fat digestion and fat absorption and fatty nutrients. Selenium. Zinc and copper. Ben is sipping on the SueroViv product to help him through a day of fasting. How to balance gut bacteria. Your gut bacteria and how it relates to dirty blood, which can lead to brain diseases like autism. Cindy from Virginia is a type 1 diabetic and has had a hysterectomy. She is also going through psychotropic drug withdrawal. Walt has glaucoma and cataracts and hypothyroidism.