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  • 00:32

    What is Nonalcoholic Fatty Liver Disease?

    in Health

    What is Nonalcoholic Fatty Liver Disease (NAFLD)?   
    How many people have Fatty Liver Disease (FLD)?  
    What do I need to know about NAFLD?  
    Who can I talk to if I have just been diagnosed with NAFLD? For answers to these questions, join us on April 1st at 1:00 PM/ET for our show with Dr. Julia Wattacheril, from the Division of Digestive and Liver Diseases and Dr. Joel Lavine, Chief of Gastroenterology, Hepatology and Nutrition at MSCHONY.
    To submit a question, visit our question submission form or tweet an “@” reply to @columbiasurgery.
    For more information:
    Center for Liver Disease and Abdominal Organ Transplantation (212-305-0914, livermd.org)  The Division of Pediatric Gastroenterology, Hepatology and Nutrition (212-305-NASH, fattyliver@columbia.edu) What is Nonalcoholic Fatty Liver Disease (NAFLD)?

  • 00:55

    Find out the effects that essential fatty acids have on your health

    in Health

    SHOW DESCRIPTION:


    This week I will be discussing the effects that essential fatty acids have on weight loss, heart health, immune function, reproductive health, visual and brain development, healthy mood, fitness and weight loss, men’s health and hormone support with expert Stuart Tomc. If you are not supplementing with essential fatty acids as part of your daily regime, then make sure you tune in to find out how important they are to every facet of your health.


    GUEST BIO:


    An authority on evidence-based dietary supplements, Stuart Tomc is a certified natural health professional with over twenty years experience in the field of Nutritional Medicine. He is a respected consultant to the World Health Organization and integrative physicians worldwide having traveled the world as an educator and trainer for over 12 years. With an accomplished background in media appearances, Stuart is adept at educating, entertaining, and delivering a powerful message on important health subjects in today’s changing world. In addition, he was a contributing writer in Dr. Perricone’s Seven Secrets to Beauty, Health and Longevity. He recently contributed to a new book by Mackie Shilstone, due to be published in January 2012. Stuart currently serves as National Educator and Spokesperson for Nordic Naturals and is working on his naturopathic doctor degree

  • 01:56

    Grid Down's Weapon Improv Night with Florida's Tactical Fatty

    in Prepping

    Greetings again fellow Grid Downers and listeners. FTF here with a topic that again strikes closer to home. Tonight we will be discussing in depth the means and ways a person is able to maintaina high leverl of self defensible capability, without the use of firearms. be it that someone may not wish to use them yet or simply is unable to use them at their point in time. So, Pay attention guy because this isnt a show you would want to miss!!


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  • 02:22

    Time to put the FU in Fudd with Grid Down's Florida's Tactical Fatty!

    in Prepping

    Everyone here knows what a Butters Is. That is somewhat of an unspoken requirement for grid down listeners, is to know the meaning of butters. But does anyone here know what a Fudd is? Join me and my fellow Grid Downers as we discuss the meaning of what a Fudd is and the dire impact, they can have on not only the rights, but also the lives of Your friends, Your family, and yourself. 

  • 00:31

    #ChatAutism with Dr. Doug Bibus: The Importance of Omega-3 Fatty Acids

    in Caregiving

    Clinical Advisor for Coromega, Dr. Doug Bibus joins us to take questions from our community live! 


    About Dr. Douglas Bibus: 


    Dr. Douglas Bibus is sitting down with us again to answer all of your omega-3 fish oil questions! Have a question? Tweet it to us @GenRescue using hashtag #ChatAutism! Or post it on our Facebook wall. 

    As an expert clinical advisor for Coromega®, Dr. Douglas M. Bibus advises all product development and research for the company. Dr. Bibus has served as a research scientist at The University of Minnesota for more than 20 years and is considered one of the leading experts on omega-3 fatty acids in the country, a distinction that stems from his work in the academic lab which invented the omega-3 terminology used today.

    Dr. Bibus’s research interests include the role of essential fatty acids in human and animal nutrition, the role of omega-3 fatty acids in attenuating the inflammatory response, the application of fatty acids in the treatment of disease and the impact of oxidative stress on performance animals and humans. Additional research has examined the role of omega-3 fatty acids in nutrition and its implication in the treatment of depression, schizophrenia, Tourette’s syndrome, cystic fibrosis, Crohn’s disease, heart disease, arthritis, critically injured and adult respiratory distress patients and in patients with autoimmune disorders. .

    Dr. Bibus holds a Bachelor of Science degree from Mankato State University, a Master of Science degree in nutrition from the University of Minnesota, and a doctorate in nutritional biochemistry from the University of Minnesota.

  • 00:54

    Origins With Grid Down's Florida's Tactical fatty

    in Prepping

    This show, For once is going to be all about me, who I am what I am tryign to do and why, though not just that there will be other topics of course. Tonights focus will be on origins, and the effect they can have on a person. Im being vague for a reason as I do not wish to give away too much so stay tuned in for the show, as usual it is goin got be a party!!


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  • 00:30

    GUT BACTERIA?? FATTY FOODS?? MENTAL ILLNESS LINK??

    in Nutrition

    THERE HAS BEEN SO MUCH IN THE NEWS RECENTLY CONCERNING THE GUT??  AND IT'S LINKS TO SO MANY DISEASE STATES..TUNE IN

  • 02:43

    .30 Seconds To Live Or Die, with Grid Down's Florida's Tactical Fatty

    in Prepping

    .30 seconds or 300 milliseconds is not a lot of time, but it is the Average human reaction time. Some people are faster some people are slower. When SHTF or you find yourself in a situation where that is the only amount of time you have left in the world. What will you do? Will you succumb to the flight response or will you be the warrior, the sheepdog that stands and fights? Think fast youve only got .30 seconds to decide. Live, Or Die?

  • 01:01

    Healthy Ageing Rocks with Michael & Theresa

    in Entrepreneur

    Theresa and Michael discuss her recent hospitalization, diagnosis of bone and liver cancer. And how Theresa and Michael atfer feeling better strayed from her blood type/genomic Teacher diet. Eat Right For Your Blood Type.

  • 00:34

    Please God , Not Two: This Killer Called Alcoholism

    in Spirituality

    I am an author and a Motivational Speaker on Alcohol and Drug Abuse. I am the producer, director and co-host to the NBTV-95 Cable TV Station out of New Bedford, Massachusetts.


    Someone Stop This Merry-Go-Round; An Alcoholic Family in Crisis, is about my young alcoholic marriage to Richard Lopes of North Dighton, Massachusetts and our two daughters, Debbie and Lori. Richie died at 45 years old from cirrhosis of the liver.


    The sequel Please, God, Not Two; This Killer Called Alcoholism is the continuation of our lives after Richie’s death, and the story follows Lori going down the same path as her father. Lori died at 39 years old from the same horrible, worldwide disease.


    What is and isn’t Working for the Alcoholics and Addicts; Their Own Personal Stories. It’s a book of testimonies from thirty-four recovering addicts from all walks of life from the United States and Canada on their recovery programs. They want to reach doctors, counselors, and family members on what they believe isn’t and hasn’t worked in recovery programs.


    I speak privately at halfway homes, substance abuse rehabilitation centers, court-ordered programs, and to the public.


     


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    Alberta Sequeira


    Tel: 508-763-5902


    Email: alberta.sequeira@gmail.com


    Website for Writers: www.albertasequeira.org


    Blog Journey Through Alcohol Abuse” www.albertasequeira.wordpress.com

  • 00:16

    Cocoa Power nutrition benefits and living right key 1

    in Culture

    Dr. Gabriel Cousens conducted a study on the health benefits of chocolate in February of 2008. What he discovered was that raw cacao benefits diabetics as a safe food since it raises blood sugar less than almost any other food, despite it's theobromine content! It even raises insulin sensitivity! One of the other cool facts about chocolate that he discovered was that it's not toxic to the liver (many people are falsely claiming the contrary), except when combined in large amounts with sweeteners high in fructose such as agave. This is basically the only well known clinical study done specifically on how raw cacao benefits human health. [raw cacao benefits, cacao beans, cool facts about chocolate, dark chocolate antioxidants, facts about chocolate]

    It,  raw cacao benefits a wide range of cardiovascular issues. The dark chocolate antioxidants and abundant amounts of magnesium and other phytochemicals can balance blood pressure, lower high cholesterol, scrub away arterial plaque and promote general health by reversing heart disease. (Raw) chocolate bars are known as a great remedy for many menstruation issues women can get. It is also confirmed as an aphrodisiac for both genders.


    The famous "Dutch study", which was done on regular processed chocolate, followed over 200 Dutch men over the course of twenty years and found that those who ate the most milk and dark chocolate had lower rates of all major diseases compared to those who ate little to no chocolate.


    In a Harvard controlled study on the Kuna indian tribe off the coast of Panama.  The  Kuna tribe lived in an area where cacao trees grew abundantly. They would consume up to 5 cups of a bitter dark chocolate drink on a daily basis . This resulted in them having lower rates of all major diseases as well as a longer average life expectancy. This study lead by Dr. Hollenberg spurred more research on the health benefits of chocolate.