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In this show you’ll learn:
What are ‘probiotic’ bacteria
Are the same bacteria good for everyone
What are some examples of bacteria that are particularly helpful for certain people
For most people, the mention of probiotics conjures up images of yogurt. But don’t dismiss the microbes as a marketing gimmick or food fad. The latest probiotic research suggests that live-active cultures of these friendly bacteria can help to prevent and treat a wide variety of ailments.
Join Dr. Ritamarie and Steph Jackson as they discuss what bacteria are right for you and the best ways for you to use them.
If you are ready to go deep with your digestive health and you need more than slippery elm, you will enjoy working with Steph Jackson. Steph loves customizing balancing programs for the microbiome, working with fermented foods and looking at how the body systems work together.
Dr. Kevin Passero and his special guest Mike Mutze will discuss leptin, gut bacteria and belly fat.
Mike has an B.S. in Biology from Western Washington University and is completing his M.S. in Clinical Nutrition from the University of Bridgeport and is a graduate of the Institute for Functional Medicine’s (IFM) Applying Functional Medicine in Clinical Practice (AFMCP). He is an independent consultant for one of the world’s leading professional nutrition companies, and has worked as a nutritionist with Gerard Guillory, MD of the Care Group, PC in Denver, CO. Mike has lectured alongside Dr. Guillory to large patient-groups in the Denver area and they have been featured on local T.V. programs discussing the power of Nutrition and Functional Medicine.
Join myself, Danna and my co-host, Tiffany Mladinich as we talk with special guest Dr. Ritamarie Loscalzo. She is herself a Blog Talk Radio host, an author, speaker and a Nutritional Endocrinology Specialist. She will share her thyroid story and journey with us. Please check out her article on Thyroid Nation, here.
It's going to be a wonderfully, informative and enlightening show! Join us!
Also, please check out our Radio Show Facebook Group, Hashi's & Graves where you can ask questions, get answers, find support and learn about all the upcoming Radio show guests.
Microbes , dogs, humans, shoes and cell phones
Review of traditional microbial thinking: CDC
Infections in Family Medicine: Top to bottom
Overview of the Microbiome
Evolution of the individual microbiome
Disease implications of the Microbiome
System issues in healthcare
Holistic aspects of the Human Microbiome
MY KIDS EAT AND IN AN HOUR THEY ARE EATING AGAIN?? WHAT'S THE DEAL WITH THAT?? AND THEY ARE GAINING WEIGHT....WE LOOK AT THIS AND FOOD ALLERGIES IN KIDS..ALSO MOM'S DIET THRU THE PREGNANCY AND WHAT EFFECT IT HAS ON THE CHILDREN..INTERESTING
Hello and welcome back from our day of giving thanks! We will conclude our discussion of the Book of Revelation, and hopefully I will be giving to all of you some facts and symbols that are relevant and easier to understand. We are at the End of Days for our planet, and watching and understanding the signs of the times is important. Preparedness is more important than ever, so that if we find ourselves in the midst of a disaster, we have a way to survive and to hopefully move on, while helping others.
Mike Mutzel, MSc -- author of Belly Fat Effect -- visits the show to reveal the real secret about how your diet, intestinal health and gut bacteria help you burn fat.
Hosted by Sean Croxton of Underground Wellness.
Hannah Crum visits Perfectly Healthy And Toned Radio to chat about the benefits of Kombucha.
Kombucha Kamp’s mission is to “change the world, one gut at a time” by educating and empowering everyone to ferment food and drink safely at home, just as we have throughout human history. Research continues to prove that all living things are truly “Bacteria Powered,” and humans need all the good bacteria we can get! I’m Hannah Crum, affectionately dubbed “The Kombucha Mamma,” and since 2004 I have been brewing Kombucha and educating others about how easy it is to make this delicious and healthy “longevity elixir.” What began as a love of lip-puckering brew, this enjoyable process has evolved into my passion and lifestyle. From homebrew hobbiest, to educator, to Master Brewer, Kombucha Kamp has grown organically as my experience has deepened. At Kombucha Kamp, we are committed to providing the most accurate and up-to-date information to Kombucha lovers and homebrewers at any stage in their experience.
I have taught Kombucha making classes to all size groups, from individuals to workshops of 100+, all over the country fornearly 8 years for over a decade, spreading the message of Kombucha and its bacterial benefits far and wide through a variety of venues including festivals, health conferences, podcasts, interviews, articles and more. Our how-to videos have piled up +100,000’s of views and Kombucha Kamp was featured on “What’s Brewing?” hosted by Jody Rudman on the Veria Network.
Join Vaccine Rights Attorney Alan Phillips, J.D. as he discusses whether or not we have a legal right to decide what to put in our bodies; whether or not it might be possible for authorities to create laws making it illegal to share "anti-vaccine" views; a caller's concerns about the right to refuse birth vaccines and vitamin K shots, and NY health department authorities going into schools and rejecting students' religious exemptions when they've had past vaccines; and another caller's story about a prominent medical professor's comment to a live audience that he could not speak his mind about vaccines due to pharmaceutical industry pressure. E-mail Attorney Phillips at email@example.com during the week and listen to your answer live on the air or in the archives. Find vaccine studies at vaccineresearchlibrary.com, and sign up for the Vaccine Rights E-Newsletter at vaccinerights.com/newslettersignup.html, and listen to ad-free archives at the new Vaccine Rights YouTube Channel.
Traditional chemically based cleaners kill both the good and bad bacteria. This is the reason doctors give you probiotics (pro life) when you take a course of anti-biotics (against life) to bring your body back into balance. But there's a couple problems with disinfectants and anti-bacterials — first, they only last a few hours and second, they make things worse by giving new bacteria a food source — yes, all the bacteria you just killed. This layer of dead bacteria is called BioFilm and it's all over your house — and new bacteria just love it. While chemical cleaners have been the standard for decades — there's a much better and more natural (GMO and chemical free) approach to cleaning indoors.
When I stumbled across Airbotics I was fascinated by their stuff. Airbiotics uses all-natural probiotics formula called StaBiotics™, the only Environmental Probiotic Technology in the world designed to protect indoor living spaces from air and surface contaminants.
I wanted to learn more about how it worked so I invited the CEO, Robert Meirovich on my show to talk more about the science behind Airbotics.
Join us as we chat about
Why our air indoors is so dirty
What are the common side effects of traditional chemical cleaners?
What health conditions have been scientifically linked to "dirty air" indoors?
We will even open the phone lines for your questions, so be sure to tune in live!
Here's a shocker---your intestines have 3 to 4 pounds of bacteria. It's garbage hanging on your inside!!!
IN BETWEEN FALL FOOTBALL PARTIES, HOLIDAY CELEBRATIONS AND FAMILY GATHERINGS, ‘TIS THE SEASON TO OVER-INDULGE.AND THAT CAN SET YOU UP FOR SOME SERIOUS HEARTBURN, A SYMPTOM OF A MORE SERIOUS PROBLEM WHICH COULD LEAD TO PRE-CANCEROUS CONDITION CALLED BARRETT’S ESOPHAGUS.HERE TO HELP US STEER CLEAR OF HOLIDAY HEARTBURN, AND EXPLAIN MORE ABOUT THE DANGERS…. IS CO-EDITOR-IN-CHIEF OF THE AMERICAN JOURNAL OF GASTROENTEROLOGY DR. BRIAN LACY.WHAT ARE SOME COMMON CAUSES OF HEARTBURN THIS TIME OF YEAR? HOW DO YOU KNOW IF YOU HAVE GERD? WHAT IS THE LINK BETWEEN GERD AND BARRETT’S ESOPHAGUS?HOW IS ONE DIAGNOSED WITH GERD OR BARRETT’S ESOPHAGUS, AND HOW IS IT TREATED?· HOW CAN WE LEARN MORE?
Dr. Lacy is Professor of Medicine, Geisel School of Medicine at Dartmouth, and Chief, Section of Gastroenterology