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Audio presentations by Dr. Ronald Hoffman on the topics of preventive medicine and natural healing
Intelligent Medicine Radio for May 27, Part 1: Long Covid29/05/2023 Duración: 41min
Introduction to Intelligent Medicine—an AI robot auditions for generating our show copy; Will ChatGPT render me obsolete? Why using the internet might help you keep your marbles; Arginine/vitamin C combo scores vs. Long Covid; A caller complains “My doctor is pushing me to take the Covid booster”; Lifewave Stem Cell Patches—do they work or are they a waste of money? Non-Hodgkin’s Disease Lymphoma—is conventional therapy efficacious or should one pursue alternatives? Hockey “enforcers” risk shaving 10 years off their lives.
Intelligent Medicine Radio for May 27, Part 2: How Stress Can Inflame the Gut29/05/2023 Duración: 41min
Is black seed oil good for immune support? Your athletic wear may be poisoning you; Pregnant moms come up short in iodine; Are there alternatives to gabapentin for fibromyalgia? An unelectable presidential candidate shares her plan for a healthy America; Scientists discover how stress can inflame the gut; Running in middle age keeps brain wired.
Leyla Weighs In: Reevaluating Gardening26/05/2023 Duración: 23min
Reevaluating gardening - listen to the weeds. This is the first of a two part series where Nutritionist Leyla Muedin details how to work with nature, rather than against it, for better health outcomes.
Optimizing Your Digestive Function, Part 125/05/2023 Duración: 27min
It’s not so much that “you are what you eat”, but rather, you are what you digest. As you age, or with medical conditions, your ability to break down food and assimilate nutrients declines. Neil Levin, Senior Nutrition Education Manager and Product Formulator for NOW(r) Foods and Protocol for Life Balance, addresses important questions about digestive enzymes—what they do, why quality matters, and what might be right for you.
Optimizing Your Digestive Function, Part 225/05/2023 Duración: 27min
Dr. Hoffman continues his conversation with Neil Levin, Senior Nutrition Education Manager and Product Formulator for NOW(r) Foods and Protocol for Life Balance, about digestive enzymes and other dietary ingredients for digestive support.
Q&A with Leyla, Part 1: Weight Loss Drugs24/05/2023 Duración: 27min
The advent of weight loss drugs; What are your thoughts about neuro modulators in treating anxiety, depression and chronic pain?; Is Moducare helpful in the treatment of multiple sclerosis?
Q&A with Leyla, Part 2: Fatty Liver24/05/2023 Duración: 27min
Are there natural ways to restore thyroid health and avoid medications for hypothyroidism?; What are the benefits and risks of taking Di-methyl-glycine?; After taking fish oil, I got dizzy and had a hot flash, why did this happen?; I'm told I have fatty liver, what do you recommend for detoxification or treatment?
ENCORE: Childhood Psychiatric and Behavioral Disorders, Part 123/05/2023 Duración: 27min
Dr. Kenneth Bock joins Intelligent Medicine to discuss his latest book, "Brain Inflamed: Uncovering the hidden causes of anxiety, depression and other mood disorders in adolescents and teens." There’s an unprecedented pandemic of childhood psychiatric and behavioral disorders: attention-deficit/hyperactivity, autism, depression, anxiety and panic attacks, obsessive-compulsive disorder, bipolar disease, and Tourette’s. For decades, Dr. Bock has been delving into root causes of these conditions, for which medications are merely a bandaid. He discusses the roles of allergies, the microbiome, nutrient deficiencies, infections like Lyme and strep, and toxins. Chronic brain inflammation may be at the root of many behavioral changes. Dr. Bock has developed innovative protocols for quenching inflammation using a combination of natural and pharmaceutical interventions. He acknowledges that the teen years are turbulent and kids are subject to many stresses these days, but natural interventions can smooth the transition
ENCORE: Childhood Psychiatric and Behavioral Disorders, Part 223/05/2023 Duración: 27min
Dr. Hoffman continues his conversation with Dr. Kenneth Bock about his book, "Brain Inflamed: Uncovering the Hidden Causes of Anxiety, Depression, and Other Mood Disorders in Adolescents and Teens."
Intelligent Medicine Radio for May 20, Part 1: Will I Be Replaced Soon by ChatGPT?22/05/2023 Duración: 40min
AI answers patient questions better than doctors—will I be replaced soon by ChatGPT? TCE in contaminated Camp Lejeune groundwater definitively linked to Parkinson’s Disease; Dogs can smell Parkinson’s—so, too, can some humans; What’s up with that study that says that ice cream is good for you? US depression rates soar—why aren’t we invoking nutritional psychiatry? Exposing industry’s concerted efforts to replace breast-feeding with pricey formula.
Intelligent Medicine Radio For May 20, Part 2: Robert DeNiro Fathers Child at 7922/05/2023 Duración: 41min
Robert DeNiro fathers child at 79—what risks do older dads pose to offspring? Michelle Obama’s dubious foray into a healthy beverage start-up for kids; The best form of magnesium for kidney stones; High-dose vitamin D for toddlers reduces mood problems in 6-8 yr olds; Are statins called for with a high calcium score despite a normal stress test? After all the research, the final word on masking for Covid is . . . inconclusive; Sugar implicated in autoimmunity; Nearly half of physicians now regret their career choices as burnout rates soar.
Leyla Weighs In: AMD19/05/2023 Duración: 22min
Nutrition for age-related macular degeneration (AMD).
ENCORE: The Twists and Turns of Humans’ Evolutionary Path, Part 118/05/2023 Duración: 22min
Alex Bezzerides Ph.D. is a professor of biology and author of "Evolution Gone Wrong: The Curious Reasons Why Our Bodies Work (Or Don't)." He contends our bodies are imperfect, the result of evolutionary compromises between conflicting imperatives. For example, big brains enabled humans to develop technology and language; but our big heads have doomed women to painful and perilous deliveries. Developing an upright posture enabled us to free our remarkable hands; but standing also cursed us with back, knee, and ankle problems. Bezzerides applies this paradigm to other health problems we’re prey to: crooked teeth, failing eyesight, choking deaths, and hernias. Are humans still evolving when we have medical technology to prevent nature from “culling the herd”? Are obesity and blood sugar problems holdovers of traits that once furthered our survival? Dr. Bezzerides is the biology professor I wish I’d had!
ENCORE: The Twists and Turns of Humans’ Evolutionary Path, Part 218/05/2023 Duración: 20min
Dr. Hoffman continues his conversation with Alex Bezzerides Ph.D., a professor of biology and author of "
Q&A with Leyla, Part 1: Targeted Supplements v. Multivitamins17/05/2023 Duración: 24min
Highlights from Dr. Hoffman's European vacation; Do you think individual targeted supplements are more beneficial than a multivitamin?; Are my high blood sugars in the morning really that bad when my A1c is 5.6?; Why did I get a yeast infection when I'm following a low carb diet?
Q&A with Leyla, Part 2: Hypothyroidism17/05/2023 Duración: 28min
Is there any relationship between my low ferritin level and my hypothyroidism?; I need to get my mom's prescription renewed, can I do that here?; To add some salt seasoning to food, is organic tamari sauce good to use?; What do you think of apple cider vinegar in the prevention of atherosclerosis?; What organization can I join to show opposition to the bill that could stop the use of medications off-label?; Can I use Flava Naturals in my smoothie even though I have GERD?; Can bioidentical hormone replacement therapy thicken the uterine lining?
ENCORE: China’s Inroads Into Our Drug and Supplement Marketplace, Part 116/05/2023 Duración: 24min
Rosemary Gibson, a health policy expert and investigative journalist, blows the lid off China’s inroads into our drug and supplement marketplace in her book, "China Rx: Exposing the Risks of America's Dependence on China for Medicine." 90% of the raw materials that go into our medications are sourced from China; many supplement ingredients also come from there. Generic drugs especially are prone to adulteration and contamination. There are well-documented episodes of harm from improperly formulated China-sourced medications. Inspection of Chinese manufacturing facilities is challenging, and many cut corners and falsify documentation. China’s domination of the worldwide drug market is a deliberate policy underwritten by Chinese central planners. It’s a national security issue because it places enormous leverage over Americans. There’s deliberate stealing of US intellectual property with regard to drug development. Gibson discusses strategies for disengaging from Chinese hegemony over our medication. We also t
ENCORE: China’s Inroads Into Our Drug and Supplement Marketplace, Part 216/05/2023 Duración: 31min
Dr. Hoffman continues his conversation with Rosemary Gibson, a health policy expert and investigative journalist, and author of "China Rx: Exposing the Risks of America's Dependence on China for Medicine."
ENCORE: Intelligent Medicine Radio for May 13, Part 1: Questionable Pharma Practices15/05/2023 Duración: 41min
Pfizer Exec dishes on hidden mic about questionable Pharma practices; Federal judge blocks implementation of California’s medical misinformation law; When surgery’s not an option for torn knee meniscus; Psychedelics show promise in depression; Study reveals inflammatory component in depression; Could stress prompt excessive weight loss? Anxiety linked to intestinal bacteria imbalance.
ENCORE: Intelligent Medicine Radio for May 13, Part 2: Weight Loss Drugs15/05/2023 Duración: 41min
Shortages are prompting some to DIY popular weight loss drugs out of mail-order chemicals; Heavy metals in some chocolate brands; Scientists propose introducing meat substitutes to captive audiences in schools, prisons, and hospitals; Impossible Foods CEO predicts demise of meat industry in 15 years; Lab-grown meat nears approval; Parkinson’s Disease is in the gut; Endometriosis found to be associated with microbiome abnormalities; Bone loss in a male with low T.