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Women with PCOS constitute, the largest group of women at risk for cardiovascular disease.
Dr. Mark Perloe joins the PCOS Challenge radio show to speak about why women with PCOS are at such high risk for developing cardiovascular disease and recommend steps to improve heart health. Dr. Perloe is the Medical Director of Georgia Reproductive Specialists and a strong PCOS advocate.
Join other women in the fight against polycystic ovary syndrome at PCOSChallenge.com.
In this Mayo Clinic Radio Health Minute, we hear from Dr. Eric Matteson on the increased cardiovascular risk for women with rheumatoid arthritis. To listen, click the link below. RA and CV Risk
Join me tonight as Dr. Frazier Ben Todd shares his knowledge on cardiovascular health. Dr Todd specializes in Lower extremity surgery, cardiovascular and holistic medicine. Dr. Todd has 46 years of experience and practices medicine at South Side Medical Center in Atlanta Ga. Mr James Roberts will also join us on the show. James will share his own cardiovascular challenges and his experience working with Dr. Todd.
Dr. Kevin Passero and his special guest Dallas Cloutre, Ph.D., will be discussing PQQ – an important antioxidant for cardiovascular health and cognitive function.
Dr. Clouatre earned his A.B. from Stanford University and his Ph.D. from the University of California at Berkeley. A Fellow of the American College of Nutrition, he is a prominent industry consultant, author of numerous books and a sought-after speaker. Dr. Clouatre is the New Product Development & Marketing Consultant for Jarrow Formulas.
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Dana Laake and her special Anthony Thomas will discuss new advancements of Jarrow Formulas' product, BroccoMax.
Anthony Thomas, Ph.D., serves on Jarrow Formulas' Scientific Panel. His primary research interests have focused on the influence of dietary and lifestyle factors on the pathogenesis of chronic cardiovascular/metabolic diseases including obesity, insulin resistance syndrome, and type 2 diabetes. He has authored/co-authored multiple peer reviewed scientific manuscripts and contributed his expertise in the fields of nutrition, obesity, and diabetes for a number of scientific journals.
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In the last 5 decades, it was thought that poor cardiovascular function was from a diet high in fat and high in salt. Most natural medicine experts will tell you that is a lie. Fats, minerals, and protein are necessary for proper function of the human body. Dr. Hayman will discuss how a diet high in good fats, healthy minerals, and quality proteins can actually protect your heart from cardiovascular disease. Second half of show will be about Poly MVA.
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In Dr Cynthia's revolutionary book, Your Vibrant Heart you will discover
How to recognize warning symtoms and your risk of heart disease.
Strategies to improve your health.
Tips to gain physical strenght and improve cardiovascular endurance
Steps to achieve mental clarity and spiritual enlightenment.
How to harness positive affirmations
Listen to Dr Thaik show you how to integrate meditation, mindfulness, yoga and self awareness in a powerful program that brings forth inner personal health. Her book is chicked full of vital, valuable inforamtion for living a long, health, vibrant life. Her revolutionary book on heart health is the most complete study ever done to show you how to live logner, better heappier and more vibrantly than you ever thought possible.
Could this be the recipe for deflating the muffin top? A recent study compared three groups—those who ate a reduced-carbohydrate diet, those who combined the diet with strength training and those who combined the diet and strength-training with cardio workouts—and found that a three-tier approach was the most effective strategy to decrease abdominal fat. It's important to note that the exercises you choose and the effort you put into them really matter, says Marta Montenegro, a certified strength and conditioning coach who teaches exercise physiology at Florida International University. Instead of ho-hum treadmill-trotting and sit-ups, she recommends high-intensity workouts, which have been shown to be more effective at reducing the belly fat you can pinch with your hand, as well as the visceral fat that pads internal organs (which has been linked to metabolic disturbances and increased risk for cardiovascular disease and type-2 diabetes).
Montenegro put together this hard-core high-intensity workout based on the latest research, her work with clients and her own experience (that's her in the photos; those abs don't lie).
Each week Dr. Epley, D.C., C.C.W.P, and Dr. Gofourth, D.C. will discuss current health news and noteworthy studies, and their impact on our health. Our emphysis is primarily on toxicity and deficiency and how this stress negatively effects our health. Creating sufficency and eliminating toxicity by eating well, moving well, and thinking well can reverse the negative effects of stress and can lead to a lifetime of health and wellness.
This week we will cover antibiotic resistance, Vitamin D and deperession, fast food ban in LA, Excessive vitamins in pregnancy, medical expansion, osteoarthritis, Vitamin D related to diabetes and clogged arteries, TB and superbugs, Fish oil, the pain med Lyrica, ADHD meds, Strawberries and pesticides, health diet in relation to cardiovascular disease, fish oil and prostate cancer, IOM was wrong again, the importance of breakfast, newer side effects of diabetes medications, folic acid supplementation, CAM therapies and cancer, Breastfeeding,