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Modern life is reeking havoc with the human body. From working 3rd shift to combat duty, from being a long haul trucker to being overweight, from being overworked to medication interactions, our endocrine system and nervous systems are being thrown out of whack resulting in many a sleepless night.
When should school start for teenagers? How can one quite a racing mind? How long is too long to fall asleep? Why do all species sleep?
But far from being just annoying, not getting proper sleep is downright dangerous. It depresses the immune system and makes us more susceptible to cancer and alzheimer's.
The good news is there are solutions to this very common problem and Judy Sellins and Dave Turco will share them with you.
Hypothroidism is under diagnosed and causes a wide range of symptoms.
Thyroid disease has become very prevalent in today's world, courtesy of a number of different lifestyle factors. An estimated 1 in 8 women aged 35 to 65 has some form of thyroid disease1 — underactive thyroid being the most common.
More than one-quarter of women in perimenopause are diagnosed with hypothyroidism, in which insufficient amounts of thyroid hormones are produced.
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Disagreeing with treatment and procedures provided by conventional doctors while trying to heal her own health issues, as well as her sons, Maggie Martakis sought holistic approaches to remedy their health.
Upon investigating why we are being bombarded by toxins, she began looking very deep into antiquity, alchemy, spirituality and the Holistic practices of the ancient worlds. What she found was quite remarkable: We are exposed daily to radiation, fluoride, chlorine, bromine and heavy metals. These chemicals accumulate and get stored in our body interfering with thyroid function, endocrine glandular system. Healthy levels of iodine help the body naturally purge the toxic buildup of these chemicals and with proper diet assists our cells to take in the proper nutrients and minerals.
Other health benefits are increased energy and weight loss. It also helps decalcify the pineal gland, better known as our “third eye” which in turn raises our level of overall consciousness.
Using this new found knowledge enabled her to successfully tackle her family’s health issues holistically over the course of 8 years. She wanted to share what worked for them and birthed Maggie's Holistics dietary supplementation product line.
Maggie is a Humanitarian, Historian, Holistic Wellness and Nutritionist. She is certified in Reiki and Kundalini yoga with a degree in the Sciences and Art History. She is also studying Ayurvedic Medicine.
Meet Maggie and other top integrative healers at our upcoming NAVEL Expo in NYC on 9/27.
Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS) is one of the most common female endocrine disorders affecting approximately 5%-10% of women of reproductive age (12–45 years old) and is thought to be one of the leading causes of female infertility.
Tune in to hear Desireé McCarthy-Keith, MD, MPH, FACOG, a leading physician at Georgia Reproductive Specialists, talk about the symptoms and what you can do about it.
As a Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility Specialist at Georgia Reproductive Specialists, Dr. McCarthy-Keith brings diversity, experience, a love for her patients and a keen sense of knowledge regarding the internal challenges and struggles that her patients face on a human level when trying to experience the joy and blessings that motherhood can bring.
Visit Georgia Reproductive Specialists' website at www.IVF.com or call 404-843-2229.
Dr. Kevin Passero and his special guest Dr. Cheryl K. Burdette, ND, will discuss stress and the importance of adrenal support.
Cheryl K. Burdette, ND, received her Doctor of Naturopathy degree from Bastyr University in 2001. She completed her residency at Cancer Treatment Centers of America and the Family Health and Wellness Center. She has lectured internationally, and believes that education is a critical component of empowering others on their journey to wellness. Dr. Burdette has been a member of Xymogen’s Medical Board of Advisors since 2009.
When you are born you have about 300 bones and an adult skelleton has 206 bones. Americans spend a lot of money on calcium supplements, eating calcium enriched foods and yet many have a lot of broken bones and develope osteoporosis.
Your skeleton is your body's most life-giving system. Your bones have their own blood, lymphatic vessels and nerves. They have 6 important functions: movement, support, protection, synthesis of blood corpuscles, regulation of endocrine tasts and the storage of ions.
Join us to find out to care for, and improve your skeletal system and find out some fun facts.
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Join us this Thursday at 7PM when we will review chronic inflammation, what it is, why it's important to recognize and how to control/eliminate via the food you eat. IBS, Fibromyalgia, Migraine Head Ache, Crohn's Disease, Diverticulitis each involve inflammation... so JOIN US!
Guests Jan Patenaude and Jessica Pearl will talk about food sensitivities, elimination of certain foods and FodMapping and other popular techniques to control these issues.
Jessica Pearl, MS, RD, CSSD, CSCS, CLT, CDN, FANDis a Registered Dietitian and Exercise Physiologist based in New York City. She received her Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology from the University of Michigan and Master of Science in Applied Physiology & Nutrition from Columbia University. She is a Board Certified Specialist in Sports Dietetics, Certified LEAP Therapist, and Certified Strength & Conditioning Specialist – the most esteemed level training professional. Jessica also holds the distinguished honor of being a Fellow of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics.Jessica has a background in clinical nutrition, as she spent the early part of her career providing medical nutrition therapy (MNT) for individuals diagnosed with diabetes, obesity, cardiovascular disease, endocrine disorders, gastrointestinal illness, and kidney failure, among others.
Jan Patenaude, RD,LD
Director of Medical Nutrition for Oxford Biomedical Technologies and the first Certified LEAP Therapist (CLT), I've enjoyed getting people well by implementing LEAP Diets for clients, based on their MRT (Mediator Release Test) results. Now, I mentor other colleagues who are learning to use LEAP with their clients. ?LEAP Mentor; Speaker-Consultant RDN and Certified LEAP Therapist?. ?LEAP Mentor; Speaker-Consultant RDN and
Jawanza4Life!! – Introduces Dr. Ruby Lathon
Tune in 7:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m. est
Our special guest is Dr. Ruby Lathon a holistic health and wellness expert and advocate for plant-based nutrition. Dr. Lathon inspires with a powerful story of recovering from thyroid cancer through alternative treatment focused on a whole foods-plant based diet. Dr. Lathon, who holds a Ph.D. in Industrial &Systems Engineering and a B.S. in Computer Science, began teaching others about the benefit and power of plant based nutrition.
Topic: "The Dangerous Side Effects of Allopathic Medicine"
Join Danna and Tiffany Mladinich as they talk with special guest Dr. Kent Holtorf, founder and Medical director of the Holtorf Medical Group about why the standard TSH test is unreliable, treating with straight T3 and LDN and much more. Dr. Holtorf specializes in Hypothyroidism, bioidentical hormones, complex endocrine dysfunction and innovative treatments of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome.
Also, please check out our Radio Show Facebook Group, Hashi's & Graves Thyroid Nation RADIO, where we share updated guest info, answer questions, ask questions and help empower each other.
Source Nation! Join us tonight for 3 dynamic shows.
At 6:15, our Resident Financial Advisor, Tyrone Mitchell is back in the studio to share more information on the different types of Markets. Tune in as Tyrone discusses, The Equity Markets: How Investor Decisions Affect Stock Prices.(a place where you can get a lot of BULL if you can BEAR it).
At 7:15 Join us as Ami Smith, Host of World News welcomes The President of Concerned Black Men of Columbia, S.C. Inc, (CBM) Jimmie Wright into the studio to share information about the Organization whose mission is to provide a holistic approach to service which supports and strengthens the African-American family, and which specifically targets African-American youth to establish a concerned male presence within the community with respect to positive role models and exposure to social, cultural, educational, spiritual, entrepreneurial events and activities that will provide a sense of linkage to the community.
At 8:15 Tyrone Hayes - Enviromental Advocate
Join us for The Great Griot as Host K.LaShea welcomes Scientist Tyrone Hayes in to the studio. Tyrone's laboratory discovered that Atrazine — the world's number one selling herbicide and most common contaminant of ground and surface water — is an endocrine disruptor that both chemically castrates and feminizes amphibians. This pesticide along with others appears to have a major impact on wild amphibians and is likely an important contributor to amphibian declines. More importantly, the underlying mechanism of Atrazine's action (the decrease in testosterone and increase in estrogen production) has been identified in all vertebrate classes examined (fish, amphibians, reptiles, birds and mammals, including humans) and likely increases the risk of breast cancer and prostate problems (prostatitis and prostate cancer) in rodent models and humans.
Have you ever wondered just how important sleep is? How sleep plays a role in everything that we do? Our internal clocks are governed by seasonal variations in light and dark; extending daylight artificially leads to a craving for sugar, especially concentrated, refined carbohydrates that, in turn, cause obesity. More seriously, lack of sleep inhibits the production of prolactin and melatonin—deranging our immune systems and causing depression, diabetes, heart disease, and cancer. Tune in this week as the author of Lights Out TS Wiley joins me to share with you everything you need to know about sleep. How to and why to sleep.
T.S. Wiley is the author of "Lights Out: Sleep, Sugar and Survival, ". Wiley succinctly and logically argues that electricity and the light bulb put us out of sync with nature as the ultimate "endocrine disruptors". People spent summers, before electric lights, sleeping less and eating heavily in preparation for winter because the light triggered the hunger for carbohydrates. Now, light is available 24 hours a day. Heating and air-conditioning climate control our hormonal responses to consume carbohydrates now available year round. This is the scenario for obesity, Type II diabetes, and depression. In Wiley's opinion, sleep is the best medicine. Her newest work in process is "Manthropology", exploring how medicine and modern life are killing men. Find out more about the study of bio-identical, bio-mimetic HRT on her website, www.thewileyprotocol.com
SEXUAL ALCHEMY & THE MASTERY OF KUNDALINI ENERGY FOR THE KUNDALINI IS THE MOTHER GODDESS PRINCIPLE THAT ILLUMINATES THE DARK CAVERNS (THE MANGER, STABLE HIPPOCAMPUS AREA IS THE WHITE HORSE OR INN BIBLICALLY) OF THE BRAIN CALLED THE VENTRICLES OR CHAMBERS. THE PINEAL GLAND, WHICH IS THE MASTER ENDOCRINE GLAND OF THE BODY OVERLOOKS THE THIRD VENTRICLE. ABOVE THE PINEAL GLAND, CALLED THE THRONE OF ASET (ISIS), IN WHICH ASAR (OSIRIS), THE SOUL IS ASAR, THE SLEEPING (DEAD) GOD. EMBEDDED IN THE PINEAL GLAND. THE PINEAL GLAND IS ALSO CALLED THE SEAT OF THE THE SOUL. THE KUNDALINI, THE SERPENTINE FIRE IS THE MYTHOLOGICAL ASET (ISIS / KUNDALINI) AND WHEN SHE MERGE (SEX, INTERCOURSE) ASAR (SOUL)...THE ASAR (SOUL) AWAKENS AND TRANSFORMS / TRANSFIGURES INTO HERU (HORUS / HERO).