Monday 2 November 2015
Talking about skin health and essential fatty acids. Topical skin care product should have fatty vitamin C and Vitamin A to penetrate the skins surface. Ascorbic acid is not fatty vitamin C. Using nutrients pre and post surgery for faster healing. We should not be using antibiotics for acne conditions or for prolonged periods. Judy from new Hampshire has dermographic urticaria on her skin. EFA’s and endocannabinoids. Steve from Virginia has a question about fibromyalgia. Robert had success loosing weight. He has a wife with a broken fibula.
Tuesday 3 November 2015
Talking about dietary fats. Solid fats are saturated fats. Fake solid fats are called hydrogenated fats. The first hydrogenated fat was Crisco. Starch plus fat and salt creates an irresistible combination. Unsaturated fats are liquid fats. Liquid fats are high in energy and therefore unstable. This mean it is easy for these fats to become damaged or rancid. Liquid fats should be in dark bottle, refrigerated and used fresh, never from a clear bottle. This is why Dr Wallach and Dr Glidden say stay away from them completely. Unsaturated fats contain essential fatty acids. Towanda in Oklahoma has a friend who has kids with eczema. Karl from Oregon has a comment about GMO grapes that taste like candy. John Paul from Illinois has a mother going through menopause.
Wednesday 4 November 2015
Talking about essential fatty acids Omega 3 and 6. EFA’s and Endocannabinoids. The word rancid means the oil has been oxidised. Vitamin E can protect fats. The many benefits of Vitamin E supplementation. Ron from Missouri has a swollen arm and shoulder.
Thursday 5 November 2015
Dealing with oestrogen dominance by using vitamin E. Vitamin E, blood thinning and surgery. Oestrogens negative effects and how to balance out oestrogen. Blocking aromatase and oestrogen production. Coy from Arizona has bad psoriasis. Brian from Texas has a question about cooking eggs. Also has a question about purified sugar and sugar from fruits and foods. Also has a friend who is over weight and has limb movement disorders, depression and anxiety.
Friday 6 November 2015
Talking about vitamin E and it protective properties. Vitamin E and fibromyalgia. Inflammation, oestrogens and fibromyalgia in women. Garima from Texas has a mother with tachycardia, high blood pressure and is on blood thinners. Also her father has had a heart bypass. Jason from Colorado has a wife who likes to run and is experiencing anxiety and period problems. June from Pennsylvania has been suffering from high blood pressure.
Monday 9 November 2015
Talking about saturated and unsaturated fats. Stay away from trans fats and hydrogenated fake fats. Absorbing calcium relies on proper fat absorption. Unsaturated fats are unstable. The many benefits of saturated fats. Supplementing with vitamin E for its protective and healing properties. Do not get your gallbladder removed use bile salts. Mark from Ohio has a friend with sjogren’s syndrome. Bill from California has a skin issue called lichen simplex chronicus. Greg in Texas has a question about multivitamin supplements. Brad in Louisiana has congestive heart failure and high blood pressure.
Tuesday 10 November 2015
Fatty phytonutrients. What is the distinction between fats and non-fats. Fat soluble and water soluble. Fats and oils have little pieces of stored electrical energy which makes them sticky. John from Michigan has a friend who is trying to get pregnant and would like some nutritional advice for fertility issues. GUEST – Mr Richard Renton formulator of the Beyond Tangy Tangerine. Talking about the Beyond Tangy Tangerine tablets vs the powder. Ultimate Daily product. New Niacin Plus product. Shell fish in the Glucogel Caps product. How much water to mix with the BTT. Recipes and cooking with BTT.
Wednesday 11 November 2015
Talking about fat soluble vs water soluble. Fatty substances have electrical energy which make them sticky and they need to be digested and absorbed properly. Using butter and spices for flavour. Using oil pulling like coconut oil for your teeth and oral health. Grace from Florida has a question about topical coconut oil suppressing the skins natural moisturising factors. Also has a question about how to reverse type 1 diabetes using the ketogenic diet. Janice from Texas has a friend with a son who is having migraine head aches.
Thursday 12 November 2015
Fatty substances store electrical energy and watery substances help us use that electrical energy. Water soluble nutrients or electrolytes are critical for helping us process sugar. Water soluble nutrients are urinated out and need to be replenished. Vegetable juicing. Water has important life giving properties like dissolving salts. Sheila from Massachusetts has a yellow color in her eyes. Don from Texas has a question about the difference between omega fatty acids and DHA and EPA. Sheila from California is experiencing pain in her hip joint. Cindy from California has an irregular heart beat .
Friday 13 November 2015
Repeat show from Thursday 13 November 2014.
Monday 16 November 2015
Talking about fat soluble vs water soluble nutrients. Water soluble nutrients like the b-complex are urinated out and need to be replenished to avoid deficiencies. Hyaluronic acid skin care products. The cells and genetics of the body are dependant on their environment. Ray from New York has a daughter with white spots on her skin, tinea versicolor. David From California has a friend who has seasonal allergies.
Tuesday 17 November 2015
Its not enough just to take our fatty nutrients like EFA’s we must absorb our fats to get the benefits. Bile salts and lecithin for proper fat absorption. You need your gallbladder, keep your gallbladder. Mr X from Tennessee has story of a man who has not had a shower or washed for 12 years. Paul from New York was wearing a bathing suit that has irritated his genitals. GUEST – Jonathan Graft an expert in hair loss. Talking about reversing hair loss. Male pattern baldness. Photo therapy for your skin. www.apirascience.com www.igrowlaser.com
Wednesday 18 November 2015
Letter from a woman who would like Bens advice on the ingredients in a skin care product. Fats can go through the skin water cannot. On the inside of the body water soluble nutrients are readily absorbed and excreted out through the urine and this where the BTT is key. Juicing vegetables and electrical energy. Turmeric and curcumin. To take advantage of pigments in foods we need proper fat digestion. Using the combination of oil and a small amount of heat to get the most of the nutrients in your foods. Paul from New York had an allergic reaction on his skin from some sort of food. Lisa from Florida has a mother in law who had a stroke and is now paralysed on her left side. Jan from California has a lot of gas in the stomach and prolapsed bladder.
Thursday 19 November 2015
Talking about importance of the biological fluid called bile. Bile is held in the gallbladder. The relationship between the pancreas and bile. Bile detoxifies and cleans out fatty waste products. The liver produces bile. Colin from Oklahoma was diagnosed with hepatitis C. Natasha from Oklahoma has a cyst on her ovary. Leslie from California has a friend who has been diagnosed primary biliary cirrhosis. Andrea from Oklahoma has a friend with crohn’s disease.
Friday 20 November 2015
Repeat show from Friday 30 October 2015.
Monday 23 November 2015
Skin problems are indicative of an internal digestive problem. Grain oils are usually heated when they are processed and when we cook with them and this destroys the omega fatty acids. Inflammation is the corner stone of disease. June from Pennsylvania has hypertension, bloating and gas. Leo from Oregon from worldgonecrazyradio.com has a question about sun gazing. A comment about mixing protein and starches which can give you gas and bloating.
Tuesday 24 November 2015
Substances need to be fat soluble to get through the surface of the skin. Ascorbic acid in a skin care product is not an effective product. Silicon in skin care products. Read the ingredients of the skin care product to make your buying decisions. Baby oil is liquid Vaseline and is a highly processed product. Brian from New Hampshire has a question about aloe vera for both topical and internally applications. Reed from Colorado has creaky, cracking and noisy joints. Coconut oil.
Wednesday 25 November 2015
Repeat show from Friday 30 October 2015.
Thursday 26 November 2015
Repeat show from Thursday 16 October 2014.
Friday 27 November 2015
Repeat show from Friday 30 October 2015.
Monday 30 November 2015
Most skin care products have water soluble ingredients like hyaluronic acid however these can’t penetrate the surface of the skin. Essential fatty acids, inflammation, anti-inflammation and eicosanoids. Some pharmaceutical drugs work by blocking eicosanoids. Omega 6 to omega 3 ratios. Fidel from Texas has noticeable fine lines on his face and would like Ben’s advice on what skin care products to use. Arn from California had a stroke and is on multiple drugs. David from New York has rheumatoid arthritis and kidney failure and is due for bypass surgery.