Monday 1 September 2014
Tuesday 2 September 2014
The body is designed intelligently. The body is always trying to keep a level of homoeostasis. When the homoeostatic balance is disrupted disease will occur. Do not give up your power to the medical model. Hormones and how they work at the level of the cell. Hormones are messenger molecules. Endocrine hormones travel within the blood system. Steroid hormones. Judy from New Hampshire has a friend with Parkinson’s disease and a neuromuscular issue. Dianne from Nebraska has a grandson who has been having trouble with bed wetting and has been diagnosed with constipation. James from Washington has a daughter with hives.
Wednesday 3 September 2014
Talking about cells and how they take molecules in and then output molecules. Cells can be thought of as microscopic 3D printers. 3D printing of organs and blood vessel systems. A cells output is dependant on its input from the surrounding environment. The cell membrane has sockets which are specific for particular molecules. These molecules bind to the receptors on the cell membrane and cause a reaction in the cell. James from Iowa has been dealing with acne and dry skin. Shelina from Texas has been diagnosed with breast cancer.
Thursday 4 September 2014
Talking about the trillions of cells that make up our bodies. Hormones and how they act like messenger molecules to cells. Endocrine hormones come from glands and travel through the blood. Steroid hormones are types of cholesterol and get disrupted when your taking statin drugs. Melody has a husband with lower back pain. James from Washington has a daughter with hives. Tera from North Carolina has a yeast fungal infection. Barry from California has been diagnosed with polycythemia vera.
Friday 5 September 2014
Talking about hormones and how they activate and effect cells. Hormones are signalling molecules. Endocrine hormones come from glands and travel through the blood. One type of endocrine hormone is water soluble like peptides. The other type of endocrine hormone is fat soluble and are known as steroid hormones which are version of cholesterol. Adrenal glands and reproductive glands produce steroid hormones like oestrogen. Menopause, HRT and adrenal health. Exocrine hormones like pheromones. Autocrine or paracrine hormones are hormones that effect neighbouring cells. Barry from California has been diagnosed with polycythemia vera. Frank had fatty liver disease and gerd and has had success with probiotics, digestive enzymes and using Bens advice. Dundee from California has a infected root canal.
Monday 8 September 2014
Tuesday 9 September 2014
Repeat show from Tuesday 5 June 2012.
Wednesday 10 September 2014
Repeat show from Wednesday 13 June 2012.
Thursday 11 September 2014
Repeat show from Monday 23 July 2012.
Friday 12 September 2014
Talking about how hormones initiate actions within a cell. When we ingest any foods and nutrients this starts a hormonal cascade within the body. The placebo effect. Hormones of fear and hormones of safety. Stay away from feelings and thoughts of fear. Have feelings of love and safety. Managing the stress response. Nina from Austin has a brother with epilepsy. Rod from Florida has a question about flax seeds and cancer. Jerry from Kansas has celiac disease and candida yeast. These descriptions are written by Peter Bushell. Please link to benfuchsarchive.com if you wish to use these descriptions in your Youtube video.
Monday 15 September 2014
Talking about hormones. Hormone replacement therapy. Endocrine or steroid hormones that travel through the blood. Exocrine hormones like pheromones. Cells can self activate using their own hormones. These hormones are called paracrine/autocrine hormones. Paracrine/autocrine hormones deficiencies. Prostaglandins. Letter from Cynthia who has been diagnosed with poly cystic ovarian syndrome and diabetes. Stan from Tampa has a mother with hives and hard skin. Rose has a friend who had a stroke and now has been diagnosed with an aneurysm in the brain. These descriptions are written by Peter Bushell. Please link to benfuchsarchive.com if you wish to use these descriptions in your Youtube video.
Tuesday 16 September 2014
Talking about how cells can self activate using their own hormones. These hormones are called paracrine/autocrine hormones and they are short acting hormones. Essential fatty acids and prostaglandins. Prostaglandin deficiencies. Prostaglandin suppressing drugs and their uses. Cindy from Virginia has been dealing with constipation and also has dermatographic skin. Anne from Pennsylvania breaks out on her skin when she goes out in the sun and thinks it might be related to lupus. Wes has a question about adding hydrochloric acid to vegetables. Nancy from Boston is experiencing loose stools and is worried about not absorbing nutrients.
Wednesday 17 September 2014
Talking about hormone health, essential fatty acids (EFAs) and prostaglandins. Prostaglandin deficiencies are connected to EFA deficiencies. Chloe from Texas is experiencing hair loss and fatigue related to a thyroid problem. GUEST – Tory Johnson from Good Morning America, author of The Shift, How I Lost Weight and Discovered a Happier life. What you put into your head is more powerful than what you put in your mouth. Tory talking about her journey through loosing weight and keeping the weight off. A diet plan is a temporary policy for bad behaviour. There is no quick fix for loosing weight and keeping it off.
Thursday 18 September 2014
Talking about the importance of prostaglandins. Prostaglandin suppressing drugs. Cox 2 inhibitors block an enzyme that manufactures prostaglandins. Essential fatty acids (EFAs) and prostaglandins. Problems with prostaglandin suppressing drugs. Robert from Colorado had dry cracking skin on his feet and has had success using the youngevity products. Steve has a question about preventing and overcoming alzheimer’s. Jasmine from California has a question about stretch marks. Logan has a question about a bacterial infection of the spine.
Friday 19 September 2014
Talking about fat metabolism problems and fat mal absorption. Essential fatty acids (EFAs) and synthesis of prostaglandin hormones. Omega 6 and gamma linolenic acid (GLA) and their benefits. Brendan has been diagnosed with diabetes and has a question about fish oil and omega 3, 6 and 9. Rod from Florida has a question about essential oils and MS multiple sclerosis.
Monday 22 September 2014
Talking about prostaglandins. How the body responds to the external environment using hormones. Essential fatty acids (EFAs). Gamma Linolenic Acid (GLA) and borage or star flower oil. Mary from Michigan has a heart arrhythmia. David from california has friend who is considering a hip replacement. Patrick from Texas has a girlfriend who is on anti depressants and wants get off them.
Tuesday 23 September 2014
Talking about inflammation and anti-inflammation and how they are regulated by prostaglandins. The relationship between inflammation and anti-inflammation is a balancing act involving substances like prostaglandins. Fats like essential fatty acids, omega 3 and 6 and prostaglandins. Essential fatty acids, omega 3 and 6 for balancing the inflammation and anti-inflammation. Gamma Linolenic Acid (GLA). Anne from Pennsylvannia has a question about what Ben recommends for menopausal symptoms. Also a question about bio identical hormones. Sherry from Arizona has a husband with crohn’s disease and is on prednisone.
Wednesday 24 September 2014
There is nothing a doctor or prescription drugs can do to feed and oxygenate your cells for the healing process. Pharmaceutical drugs that effect or suppress prostaglandins. Eye lash serums that use prostaglandins. Omega 6 overload and the ratio between omega 3 and 6. Mary Ellen from Texas has cousin who has been diagnosed with reiter’s syndrome or reactive arthritis which is a bacterial infection of the joints.
Thursday 25 September 2014
Repeat show from Tuesday 09 July 2012.
Friday 26 September 2014
Monday 29 September 2014
Talking about essential fatty acids (EFAs) and prostaglandins deficiencies. Meditation techniques for prostaglandins. Psychoneuroendocrinology. Kobe bryant practices mediation for relaxation. Omega 3 and 6 for balancing reactions in the body. Omega 6 overload and the ratio between omega 3 and 6. Leslie from New York has a husband with sickle cell disease and avascular necrosis. Robert from Denver has had success loosing weight and is still having trouble with his blood pressure.
Tuesday 30 September 2014
Talking about essential fatty acids (EFAs), prostaglandins deficiencies and the cell membrane. Very difficult to get the EFAs we need from food. Especially when animals like cows are fed grains instead of grass. Prostaglandins and cell division for growing babies or a foetus. Prostaglandins for cancer prevention. Cindy from Virginia has drooping eye lids. Robert from Texas has pain in his ears after going swimming and thinks it might be an infection. Tanya from Florida wants know Bens view on the seasonal flu shot vaccine. RC had some muscle cramps in his hamstrings at night.