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  • 00:43

    Featuring Dr. T. Colin Campbell: Conversations with Lee Fulkerson (Rebroadcast)

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    Dr. T. Colin Campbell and Lee Fulkeson discuss the role played by academia in the production of ‘science’ that’s biased towards the food and drug industry.  Dr. Campbell shares a personal experience he had with this kind of bias when he served on a panel of scientists in the early 1980s called the Diet, Nutrition and Cancer Committee.  He details the changes he’s seen at Cornell University that have resulted from an influx of money from the food industry, particularly the dairy industry, and also speaks about his concerns for the future of academic freedom.
     
    Dr. T. Colin Campbell has been at the forefront of nutrition research for over 40 years. His legacy, The China Project, is the most comprehensive study of health and nutrition ever conducted. He is a professor Emeritus at Cornell University and also co-authored the bestselling book The China Study with his son, Thomas Campbell, MD.

  • 00:30

    THE LINK WITH VITAMIN D AND ASTHMA

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    THINK ABOUT ANY TIME YOU STRUGGLED TO GET YOUR BREATH!! ASTHMA IS NOW BECOMING ALMOST THE NUMBER ONE REASON THAT CHILDREN END UP WITH THE PEDIATRICIAN. WHY ARE WE HAVING SUCH A HUGE SURGE IN BREATHING ISSUES? WE WILL DISCUSS ASTHMA AND SOME OF THE BEST WAYS TO HELP YOUR CHILDREN AVOID THIS TERRIBLE PROBLEM. TUNE IN.Tune in every day to hear Dr. Len Brancewicz of The Nutrition Shoppe discuss today's hottest health topics and news from a complimentary perspective.  From colds to cancer and everything in between, Dr. Len can offer honest advice that makes sense. As a Registered Pharmacist (RPh), Certified Clinical Nutritionist (CCN), Doctor of Naturopathic Medicine (NMD), and a homeopath, Dr. Len has over 35 years experience in helping to keep you and your family healthy and happy. Call the show today to ask about your most pressing health concerns! Visit us on the web at www.TheNutritionShoppe.net or call  678-228-8900    to set up a personalized consultation, shop products, or ask questions! ---- Tags: health, natural health, supplements, vitamins, prescriptions, medications, pharmacist, naturopath

  • 00:58

    Jewels - Five Elements of Health - Color of Food

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    Dr. David Che is back and we talk about the 5 Elements of Health and the color of food specific for organs in the body. This is so fascinating! You will learn about that the body is the human mirror. Green - Liver- Gallbladder Red - Heart - Small Intestine Yellow - Spline- Stomach White - Lungs - Large Intestine Black - Kidneys - Bladder Great Show!
    http://loaradionetwork.com/jewels

  • 00:27

    Featuring Nelson Campbell: Conversations with Lee Fulkerson

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    Lee Fulkerson discusses the mission of PlantPure Nation with Nelson Campbell, CEO and President of PlantPure Inc., and how the popularity of the film PlantPure Nation has driven the growth of the organization, and the pods in particular.  They also discuss the strategic partnership PlantPure Nation has formed with one of the largest private healthcare systems in the country, and why PlantPure Nation is seeking other partnerships of this kind.  Nelson reveals the state of PlantPure Nation today, including its short and long term goals.
    Lee Fulkerson, host of "Conversations with Lee Fulkerson," wrote and directed the feature documentary “Forks Over Knives” and also co-wrote the film “PlantPure Nation”.  He has written, produced, directed or supervised over 170 hours of documentary programming for outlets such as the History Channel and Discovery, and has won 19 international awards for his work.
     

  • 00:56

    Featuring Dr. John McDougall: Conversations with Lee Fulkerson

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    Lee Fulkerson and Dr. McDougall discuss the health problems he had in his youth that were ultimately solved by eating a plant based diet.  Dr. McDougall also shares his early experiences in medical practice and the observations that led him to discover the health benefits of eating plant based.  He talks about what he sees as the biggest obstacles to the wider adoption of plant based nutrition, along with his hopes and concerns for the future of the plant based movement.
    Dr. John McDougall: is a physician and nutrition expert who has been writing, teaching and speaking out about better health through a plant based diet for over 30 years.  He’s the founder and director of the nationally renowned McDougall Program: a ten-day residential program that he and his wife Mary McDougall host in Santa Rosa, CA. His program not only promotes a broad range of dramatic and lasting health benefits but, most importantly, can also reverse serious illnesses including high blood pressure, heart disease, diabetes and others, all without the use of drugs.

  • 00:39

    Foodcast Episode 0014 - Bless The Food Industry's Heart

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    Don't panic. There is no episode 0013 of The Foodcast. I just skipped that unlucky number 13 and went to 14. In this episode of The Karma Sense Foodcast, I rant about deceptive health claims the food industry makes about their products. 
    I also interview Jackie Oken of Unified Health Coaching. She's a seasoned veteran in the health and wellness who's worked as a practitioner and educator. Jackie shares her tips for healthy eating. They make a lot of Karma Sense.
    Finally, Jackie and I go on a Healthy Food Scallawag Scavenger Hunt during which we parse through the deceptive claims in products you can pick up in any supermarket.
    00:25     Introduction
    02:04     Deceptive Product Labeling Rant
    08:07     Interview with Jackie Oken, Exercise Physiologist and Integrative Health Coach
    20:47     Healthy Food Scallawag Scavenger Hunt
    36:29     Wrap Up
    For detailed show notes, go to daveyhwellness.com/foodcast/bless-heart/

  • 00:49

    Episode 2 - Treating the Minds and Bodies of Families Living with Celiac Disease

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    Discuss the ways that families can be affected psychologically by a diagnosis of celiac disease. Pre-diagnosis as a symptom Post-diagnosis for the child/patient Post-diagnosis for the parents and family Discuss support systems for the parents handling a child newly diagnosed with celiac disease or gluten-related condition Tips for discussing the diagnosis with a child and other family members (siblings, grandparents, extended families) What problems could parents encounter with their child as they go to school, birthday parties, etc? How should parents counsel their children to discuss celiac disease with their peers? What advice do you have for parents who feel extreme guilt over “giving their child a genetic disease?” Other potential points of conflict – marriage, siblings, family vacations, etc  

  • 00:37

    Episode 1 - Celiac Disease in Kids and Skyrocketing Gluten-Free Diets

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    A new paper published in the prestigious journal Pediatrics establishes best practices for the diagnosis, treatment and management of celiac disease in children. The protocol was put together by a team of pediatric medical experts led by the late Dr. John Snyder of the Celiac Disease Program at Children's National Health System. Program Founder Blair Raber joins us to discuss the paper and its impact on the celiac disease community. 
     

  • 00:37

    Featuring Marcy Madrid: Conversations with Lee Fulkerson

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    Marcy Madrid and Lee talk about the distinction she draws between “health care” and “sick care”, and how and why our current medical system skews so heavily towards “sick care”.  They further discuss the particular funding challenges faced by her hospital and the entire Texas medical system, and how she sees plant-based nutrition helping to solve those challenges.  Marcy also reveals a personal health crisis she has faced recently and how her adoption of a plant-based diet has helped her to make significant progress in dealing with it.  
    Marcy Madrid has been Vice President of Planning and Marketing for Midland Memorial Hospital in Midland, Texas since 2014. Before that, she was an award-winning morning show anchor and reporter for the local NBC affiliate.  She also currently sits on several local community boards including the March of Dimes and Communities in Schools.

  • 00:28

    Featuring Dr. Laurie Marbas: Conversations with Lee Fulkerson

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    Dr. Marbas and Lee Fulkerson discuss how and why she came to use plant based nutrition in her medical practice and the high rate of success she’s had in doing so.  She reveals how and why she switched to a plant based diet and the beneficial affect the change had on her.  She also discusses starting a highly successful Lifestyle Medicine Program at Community Hospital in Grand Junction, Colorado, built around a plant based diet, the initial resistance she faced to this idea from the hospital’s administrators and other MD’s and how she overcame that resistance.
    Laurie Marbas MD is a family physician in Western Colorado.  For the last 4 years she’s been using whole foods plant based nutrition in her practice.  She also founded a Lifestyle Medicine Program at Community Hospital in Grand Junction, Colorado, built around a plant based diet.

  • 00:37

    Featuring Dr. Neal Barnard: Conversations with Lee Fulkerson

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    Dr. Barnard and Lee Fulkerson discuss how and why he founded the Physician’s Committee for Responsible Medicine, what its goals are, and some of its notable accomplishments.  Dr. Barnard reveals what PCRM is working on now, the obstacles faced by the organization, and his strategies for overcoming those hurdles.  They also talk about Dr. Barnard’s personal adoption of a plant-based diet and how his family and friends reacted to his dietary change.  Dr. Barnard shares his hopes for the future of PCRM and the entire plant-based movement.
     
    Neal Barnard, M.D. is an adjunct associate professor of medicine at the George Washington University School of Medicine and Health Sciences in Washington, D.C., and president of the Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine.  Dr. Barnard has also authored more than 70 scientific publications and 17 bestselling books.