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  • 00:33

    PCOS Heart Health: Recommendations for Preventing Cardiovascular Disease

    in Women

    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.

  • 00:31

    Preventing Degenerative Disease

    in Self Help

    Degenerative diseases are forms of the one real disease -- distress of the organism. Stress, toxins, and poor nutrition cause this distress, which may take the forms of arthritis, heart disease, diabetes, cancer, infection, multiple sclerosis, fibromyalgia, Parkinson’s, Alzheimer’s, etc. 


    Preventing disease and inflammation is a process of relaxing distress. Calming stress, avoiding toxins and detoxifying, and pursuing life-supporting nutrition will help prevent any of these forms of ill health.


    Public poisons and EMFs can harm and impair organs. Natural health practices, exercise, a positive attitude and nutritious supplements help maintain these crucial organs. Routine support and periodic detoxification are essential for good health.


    Natural foods, such as a combination of fresh produce, ideally from one’s own garden, antioxidants, enzymes and minerals from super foods and herbs, as well as pure water, build health.

  • 01:00

    Cardiovascular Health

    in Health

    Dr. Kevin Passero and his special guest Dr. Joseph J. Lamb will discuss cardiovascular health.


    Joseph J. Lamb, MD, is a clinical consultant in Integrative and Functional Medicine. He also served as the past Director of Intramural Clinical Research at The Functional Medicine Research Center for Metagenics where he was the principal investigator for clinical trials. He works with patients to create optimal health by using functional medical approaches including lifestyle modification, herbal and nutritional therapies, and cognitive therapy. He's also active in community service and frequently invited to lecture on integrative health topics ranging from pain management and healthy aging to women's health and complementary cancer care.

  • 00:30

    Curtis Harwell Discusses Superfoods To Combat Heart Disease

    in Fitness

    While deaths due to heart disease have dropped in recent years, it's still the No. 1 killer of Americans. The good news is that we now know a ton about how to prevent cardiovascular disease, which includes both strokes and heart attacks.

    It's clear that healthy eating and living (like exercising more!) can make a huge difference.


    Salmon


    Salmon and other fatty fish such as sardines and mackerel are the superstars of heart-healthy foods. That's because they contain copious amounts of omega-3 fatty acids, shown in studies to lower the risk of arrhythmia (irregular heart beat) and atherosclerosis (plaque build-up in the arteries) and decrease triglycerides. The American Heart Association recommends eating fish and preferably fatty fish at least twice a week. Omega-3 fatty acids are also available as dietary supplements.

  • 00:30

    Chronic Disease and Food

    in Health

    Dr. Wright discusses the impact that food and nutrition have on chronic disease.  She will also offer alternative foods tnat are non-gmo, non-gluten, no saturated fats, and low calorie nutrition sources that have the 43 essential vitamins in each meal.

  • 01:08

    Positive Deviants in Parkinson’s Disease: What do Non-Progressors have in Common

    in Health

    My guest today is Dr. Laurie Mischley ND who will be discussing her exciting  research program and discoveries as they pertain to Parkinson's disease. The focus of her work is on describing conditionally essential nutrients in Parkinson’s disease (PD), attempting to describe the nutritional status and requirements unique to individuals with neurodegenerative diseases. She has published on coenzyme Q10 deficiency in PD, completed her master’s thesis on lithium deficiency in PD, and is currently completing her doctoral dissertation on glutathione in PD.  In 2013, she and her team completed a “Phase I Safety & Tolerability Study of Intranasal Glutathione in PD.” 


    Dr. Mischley is a clinical research assistant professor at Bastyr University, where she is principal investigator of other PD studies including, “CAM Care in PD” and “Cannabis in PD Tremor.”


    Her current CAM study is designed to identify common traits among those who maintain their health despite the disease.To join the CAM study (which can be completed online) visit; www.CAMCarePD.bastyr.edu


    Know your score! Print out a copy for your records : www.PROPD.org 


    Dr. Mischley is the author of an amazing book: Natural Therapies for Parkinsons Disease


     

  • 01:01

    Mindfulness, Stress and Parkinson's Disease

    in Health

    This radio program focuses attention on mindfulness, stress and Parkinson's disease. One of the founding faculty members of Duke Integrative Medicine,Jeffrey Brantley, MD was trained in mindfulness as a resident in psychiatry at the University of California at Irvine Medical Center. Dr. Brantley was elected as a Distinguished Life Fellow of the American Psychiatric Association in 2013 and is currently a faculty member at Duke Medical Center.


    As Dr., Brantely explains on his website www.calmingyourangrymind.com 


    "Mindfulness is not just for priests, monks or nuns, and it isn't a religion.Mindfulness and meditation are for anyone who wishes to practice them. You don't have to be anything special. Meditation practice is a way of remembering and reconnecting with the basic intelligence and goodness all human beings have."


    Dr. Brantley is the author and coauthor of a number of books on mindfulness including Calming Your Angry Mind and Daily Meditations for Calming Your Angry Mind with Wendy Millstine

  • 00:17

    Top 10 Heart-Healthy Foods Choices

    in Health

    A healthy diet and lifestyle are your best weapons to fight cardiovascular disease. It’s not as hard as you may think!  Remember, it's the overall pattern of your choices that counts. 


    You may be eating plenty of food, but your body may not be getting the nutrients it needs to be healthy. 


    Making simple steps part of your life for long-term benefits to your health and your heart in these ten foods is what really matters.


    About Your Host:


    Jessie Blair-Myrie, CHHC, AADP


    http://www.PureAndWhollyLiving.com

  • 01:06

    Training Foundations: Mobility, Cardiovascular Health and Natural Movement

    in Fitness

    In Episode 52 of Stark Naked Radio from Irvine, California in the heart of Orange County, California, Todd Vande Hei interviews Rolandas Mensikovas on the top of building the proper training foundation.  Rolandas delves into the concept of natural movement and natural movement training.  He also discusses the critical nature of mobility as it relates to both injury prevention and getting the most out of your training as well as how cardiovascular health ties into all of the above.  In his opinion, the best way to approach all of that is to hire a sophisticated personal trainer with many years of experience in personal training.


    Key points:  Controlled Articular Rotation (CARS), Function Range Conditioning (FRC)

  • 00:31

    Cardiovascular Disease

    in Health

    I would like to discuss the ways in which diet and lifestyle along with natural remedies can help you treat cardiovascular disease.

  • 00:13

    Exercises Effect on Alzheimers Disease

    in Health

    We've been told to keep our minds active in order to prevent Alzheimer's Disease? Some research shows that being physically active may actually be even more beneficial for warding off and preventing this frightening illness. Learn how coordination drills may help along with regular cardiovascular activity. More and more Americans are being diagnosed, see what  you can do to avoid being put on that list.