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Ben Fuchs Radio Show - March 2014
Monday 3 March 2014
Talking about the concept of fasting and intermittent fasting. What is metabolism and how does it relate to life span and anti ageing. Caloric restriction. Giving the digestive system a break. Dietitian myths. Insulin, food and up-regulating the cells of the body. Feeling the sensation of hunger. Julie from Texas has a daughter with impetigo on her lips and she is having success with some silver and clay. Jack from Japan has a question about skipping breakfast. John from Arizona has a question about incorporating protein into liquid fasting. Sharon from Michigan has a question about cholesterol.
Tuesday 4 March 2014
Talking about fasting and strengthening insulin sensitivity. Alpha lipoic acid. Talking about muscle building, body building and fasting. Eating fat and salt to make you satisfied. Steaming vegetables to change the flavour. John from Michigan has a question about varicose veins. Also a question about calcium in milk and a good copper source. Also question about split skin around the fingers. Jess from Michigan has a question about a friend who's son is a sugar junkie and wants to know how to replace it with protein. Nima from New Jersey wants to know how to reduce cortisol. Robin from Virginia has a friend with chronic leukaemia.
Wednesday 5 March 2014
Talking about the medical model and maintaining optimum health. Talking about Fear. False Evidence Appearing Real. Negative mental emotions and feelings. Fear and physical breakdown in the body. Cellulite is connective tissue breakdown. Bill from Oklahoma has a wife who is stressed about receiving dental implants because of missing teeth. Shola from Georgia has a question about taking nutrients supplements and prescription medication.
Thursday 6 March 2014
The connective and muscle tissue matrix. Building connective tissue and muscle tissue. The importance of connective tissue. How to build connective tissue using weight bearing exercise. Turkey neck exercises. Scurvy and lack of vitamin C is a connective tissue disease. Youthful skin is about healthy connective tissue. Talking about ingredients in bread. John from Texas has a mole on his skin. John from Michigan has a question about lysine and cold sores. Also has a question about liver spots.
Friday 7 March 2014
Talking about connective tissue breakdown and building connective tissue. Bone soup is liquefied connective tissue. Talking about puffy eyes. Fear and how to tell the body its safe and secure so the body can heal and grow. Latifah from Missouri is pregnant and has fibroids. Don from Georgia has Atrial fibrillation and wants to know about protein, eggs and wheat grass. Lina from Texas has a question about knox gelatin. Also has a question about beetroot’s, and a question about glutamine powders. Dave from Michigan has a question about alkaline water and his wife has dark spots on her skin.
Monday 10 March 2014
Talking about the amino acid cysteine and its hardening properties. Cysteine and skin health and skin beauty. All disease is cell disease. Skin cells are called keratocytes because they make keratin. Cell starvation, suffocation and toxification is where disease begins. Talking about the cell membrane and how its important it is to the health of the cell. Tera from north Carolina has a daughter who was born with an inflammatory skin disease which is caused by an immune system response. Lucinda from Oregon has had a cold for more than 3 weeks and is experiencing low energy levels and thinning hair and is post menopausal.
Tuesday 11 March 2014
Talking about the cell membrane and its importance to cell health. Skin health and nutritional strategies for keeping the cell membrane healthy. The cell membrane is made of fatty acids and cholesterol. Fat mal-absorption problems and adult acne. Vitamin A and skin health. Philip from Texas has a question about DMSO - Dimethyl sulfoxide. Also has a question about warfarin the blood thinner drug. Another Philip from Texas was diagnosed with high blood pressure hypertension, high cholesterol and diabetes. Jess from Michigan who has a client with lupus. Brian from New Hampshire has a question about adrenal fatigue.
Wednesday 12 March 2014
Talking about adult acne and it causes. Cysts on the skin is an internal problem. Bacteria is not the cause of acne. Skin cells are called keratocytes because they make keratin. Milia, Keratosis and acne. Vitamin A and skin care products. Karl from Oregon has some comments on nascent iodine. Also has a question about restless leg syndrome. Philip from Texas has children with eczema. John from Michigan has a question about liver spots, liver cancer and a good proteins source.
Thursday 13 March 2014
Talking about Adult acne and it causes. Milia, Keratosis and acne are all an internal problem. Vitamin A deficiencies and vegans. Proper absorption of vitamin A and fat mal-absorption issues. Lecithin. Gall stones and sticky bile. John from Michigan has a question about liver spots and kidney stones. Skin lightening and hyper pigmentation. Patricia from California has a question about hyper-thyroidism and hashimoto's disease.
Friday 14 March 2014
Talking about lecithin and proper fat absorption. Fatty vitamins and bile production. Gall stones. Bile salts. Bile and its emulsification properties. Sam from New jersey has a comment about a lack phosolipids in the blood being a sign of alzheimer's disease. Anita from Connecticut has a burn on her finger which isn't healing. Caroline from North Carolina has a question about lecithin and soy lecithin on the ingredients list of foods. Lydia from California has a question about laser hair removal.
Monday 17 March 2014
Talking about keratin the protein that makes nails, hair and skin hard. Steroid drugs for the skin mean you have an immune defensive response. Cell debris can block the flow of oxygen and nutrients causing cell starvation, suffocation and toxification. All disease is cell disease. The cell membrane is the brain of the cell and the most important part of a cell. Mario from New Jersey has a cousin who has a bad hip and doctors want her to get a hip replacement. John from California has a swelling in the joints of his fingers and thinks its arthritis. Also has smelly urine. Ben from Kentucky has cheloids or what looks like raised scar tissue.
Tuesday 18 March 2014
Talking about micro inflammation of the cell. Micro-inflammation is behind almost all disease. Cell membrane is made of fatty acids. Cell membrane is also known as the phosolipid bilayer. If you have a skin problem you have a skin cell problem which means a skin cell membrane problem. Backtracking to the cause of you health problem. Has your doctor trouble shot your health problems? Don from Georgia has a question about the youngevity business. John from Michigan has a question about menstrual cramps. Susan from Texas has heart disease, had a stroke and has diabetes. She want to get off her prescription drugs, statin drugs. Irene from California was diagnosed with hyper-thyroidism and adrenal fatigue.
Wednesday 19 March 2014
Talking about the cell membrane being the information processor of the cell. The cell membrane allows information, nutrients and metabolites to pass in and pass out of the cell. The cell membrane is made fatty acids and cholesterol. Vitamin A deficiencies and the cell membrane. Proper fat absorption, bile and lecithin. Oily skin, pimples, acne, milia and psoriasis are all signs of excess insulin production. Skin cells are responsive to insulin and testosterone. Philip from Texas is on a supplement program and is still feeling some fatigue and blood pressure problems. Rose has a friend with arrhythmia or cardiac dysrhythmia. Larry from California has a friend with cataracts.
Thursday 20 March 2014
Talking about the active ingredient in green tea EGCG - Epigallocatechin gallate. Skin cells are responsive to insulin and testosterone. Cysteine and its detox properties. NAC or N-Acetylcysteine. Non alcoholic fatty liver disease. Ken from Idaho has a question about what weight he should be. Also a question about stretched skin and stretch marks. Bill from Texas has a question about ring worm which is a fungal infection. Steve from Pennsylvania has a question about the difference between NAC and straight cysteine. Also has a question about Vitamin C, ascorbic acid and whole food sources of vitamin C and how well they are absorbed by the body.
Friday 21 March 2014
Talking about whole food supplements and sources of vitamins and minerals. Whole food supplements are standardized food products. Talking about cofactors in whole food supplements and how low the vitamins and minerals content is in these products. How the body naturally chelate’s minerals in the digestive system. Chelation. Colloidal minerals are more readily absorbable in the intestine. Ascorbic acid IS vitamin C. Judy from New York has a daughter who has problems with her menstrual cycle and fainting. Also she had a possible heart attack. Robert from Canada has a question about blood pressure numbers. Diastole and systole.
Monday 24 March 2014
Talking about Cysteine and its detox properties. NAC or N-Acetylcysteine for your eyes and skin. NAC and mental health. Selenium and cysteine. NAC and its liver protective properties. Garlic, sulphur and allicin. Letter from brandy who has a question about juice fasting. Also her sister has vitiligo. Karl from Oregon has a question about nascent iodine.
Tuesday 25 March 2014
Talking about the sulphur amino acid cysteine. Homocysteine and its toxic properties. Heart disease and high levels of homocysteine in the blood. Atherosclerosis. There is no clear link between heart disease and elevated levels of cholesterol. How cells make their chemicals. Marshall from California has got diverticulitis. Rod from Florida has a question about multiple sclerosis MS. Pat from Texas has a chemical burn on her face and wants some topical advice.
Wednesday 26 March 2014
How cells make chemicals in the body. Cells transform substances into new chemicals. Any defects in the chemistry making process in the cell means disease. cell starvation, suffocation and toxification. The link between heart disease and cholesterol is tenuous at best. The link between homocysteine and heart disease is a lot more firm. The amino acid methionine. Facebook letter from someone who has a question about diatomaceous earth or bentonite clay. Sherly from California had a pap smear(Papanicolaou test) and tested positive for HPV Human papillomavirus and cervical cancer. Joseph from Texas has a question about diabetes.
Thursday 27 March 2014
Talking about the methylation process. Any defects in the chemistry making process in the cell means disease. Methylation, epigenetics and foetus development. Processed foods vs fresh foods. Fresh food have more Methyl carriers. The amino acid methionine and S-Adenosyl-L-methionine or SAMe. Methionine and fat burning. June from North Carolina has hypertension. Stacy from Tennessee has a rash on her body and has been on anticonvulsants for seizures and epilepsy. She had a brain injury from an accident. Ketogenic Diet. John from Missouri is still having trouble with dry skin and sleep problems. Insomnia.
Friday 28 March 2014
Talking about the bright side philosophy. The body operates perfectly and disturbances are caused by either a lack or excess. Health is about chemistry and not medicine. Talking about the methylation process. Processed foods vs fresh foods. Fresh food have more Methyl carriers or Methylating agents. Lauren from California has a success story about acne and breakouts on the skin. Tera from California has had success with clearing up her babies skin. Wants to know if she can use Retinyl Palmotate. Rene from Texas has a daughter who had a traumatic event and now her councillor wants her to go on anti depressants. Episodic depression and chronic depression. Steve from Florida has congestion and allergies and wants to build his immune system.
Monday 31 March 2014
Talking about S-Adenosyl-L-methionine or SAMe. SAMe , mental health , movement disorders and nervous system issues. Non alcoholic fatty liver disease. Talking about chemistry and tinker toys. Chemistry is all about shape. A chemical can be activated when a piece is added on. The methylation process activates chemicals. Betaine and Betaine HCL and stomach acid. Bob has a question about seizures and the ketogenic diet. Letter from Susan who talks about cannabinoids and seizures. Wally from Montana has a friend with a 7 month old baby who is bed ridden and being fed through a tube into the stomach. Rose has a question about her son who has dry skin. Karen from Texas has a question about Pancreatic Insufficiency and a hysterectomy.