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  • 00:54

    Dr. Ben Lynch: MTHFR Made Easy!

    in Health

    Dr. Ben Lynch visits the show to break down MTHFR in a way that everyone can understand. Find out how a common genetic mutation reduces your body's ability to transform folate into its active form and all of the downstream health problems that may ensue, including mood disorders, cardiovascular disease, immune system problems, autism, Down's syndrome, and more. A must-listen!


    Learn more about Dr. Lynch at:
    www.mthfr.net
    www.seekinghealth.org
    www.seekinghealth.com

    And get your FREE folate video at www.seekinghealth.org/gift


    Hosted by Sean Croxton


     


     

  • 00:30

    The 8 B's - How You Can Benefit From Taking Them All

    in Nutrition

    Last week Dr. Budweiser covered the importance of getting enough vitamin B12. Most of you had already heard of vitamin B12 and some of you have even taken vitamin B12 as a supplement or even shots. But did you know that there are 8 B vitamins and for any B vitamin to be efficient they must all be taken together in a synergistic format?


    This week's episode will cover just that. Dr. Budweiser will be discussing:



    each B vitamin and their function in the body
    sources of vitamin B's
    deficiency symptoms
    food/drug interactions 
    How to find the best sources of B vitamins
    and more...


    So be sure to tune in and B informed (pun intended!) ;-)


    Meanwhile be sure to visit Dr. Budweiser's Weiser Living website and blog at www.weiserliving.com


     

  • 01:03

    #165: Amenorrhea, Adult Acne and High Intensity Workouts

    in Health

    1. What’s new for you from Liz & Diane [4:57]
    2. Shout Out: Nom Nom Paleo and Robb Wolf [12:35]
    3. This week in the Paleosphere:  8 Positive Outcomes of the Paleo Diet [14:17]
    4. Listener Questions:
    My period did a vanishing act! [22:39]
    Adult acne while on paleo [30:52]
    Sparkling water on 21DSD [38:02]
    Transition help into higher intensity workouts [40:58]
    5. An interview from our sponsor, Vital Choice’s Randy Hartnell [48:42]
    6. Liz’s fertility tip of the week: folic acid versus folate [51:11]
    7. Diane’s Kitchen tip: Saving the zest [54:02]
    8. This week’s hashtag details: #BoneBrothMyWay [56:38]

     

  • 00:31

    Host Curtis Harwell and Chef Sarah Kingston and The Foodie Show and Recipes

    in Fitness

    Start your day off right


    The next time you rush out the door in the morning without something to eat, consider this: Skipping breakfast can set you up for overeating later in the day. A healthy a.m. meal, on the other hand, can give you energy, satisfy your appetite, and set the stage for smart decisions all day long.

    "You want to aim for a breakfast that combines good carbs and fiber with some protein," says Erica Giovinazzo, MS, RD, a nutritionist at Clay Health Club and Spa, in New York City. Luckily, your options are plenty. Here's a look at some of our favorite breakfast foods, along with expert tips for making them even healthier.


    Oatmeal


    You may have noticed a heart-shaped seal on your box of oatmeal recently. The seal's there because oats contain beta-glucan, a type of fiber that's been shown to help lower cholesterol when eaten regularly. Need another reason to dig in? Oats are also rich in omega-3 fatty acids, folate, and potassium.

    Steel-cut oats, which take about 15 minutes to cook, contain more fiber than rolled oats or instant varieties, but any type of oatmeal is a healthy choice. Just avoid the flavored kinds, which can be packed with sugar. Instead, sweeten your bowl with milk and a bit of honey, and top with fruit and nuts.

  • 02:00

    MTHFR Support Roundtable Discussion

    in Health

    We've gathered six highly experienced, up-to-date and very knowledgeable practitioners to answer YOUR questions related to MTHFR, epigenetics, hormonal balance, gastrointestinal tract and overall health & wellness.This is a roundtable discussion, where you can ask your questions directed to one of our doctors or nutritionists and they will then answer the question and the other practioners will add  their knowledge as well.  
    Doctors:
    Dr. Andrew Rostenberg http://redmountainclinic.com/ Dr. Jess Armine http://www.drjessarmine.com/ Dr. Tim Jackson https://www.facebook.com/pages/Dr-Tim-Jackson/131339460302447 Nutritionists:
    Ameer Rosic http://www.ameerrosic.com/ Cynthia Smith http://www.mthfrsupport.com/ Shawn Bean http://matrixhealthwell.com/  
    Visit our website for our medical disclaimer: http://www.mthfrsupport.com/
     
     
     
     

  • 02:01

    The Physical Signs of Methylation Issues With Dr. Rostenberg

    in Health

    Andrew Rostenberg, DC will be speaking with Sterling Hill and Dr. Tim Jackson about the physical signs of methylaiton issues.
    Medical Disclaimer (1) No advice This website contains general information about medical conditions and treatments. The information is not advice, and should not be treated as such. (2) No warranties The medical information on this website is provided without any representations or warranties, express or implied. We make no representations or warranties in relation to the medical information on this website. Without prejudice to the generality of the foregoing paragraph, we do not warrant that: (a) the medical information on this website will be constantly available, or available at all; or (b) the medical information on this website is complete, true, accurate, up-to-date, or non-misleading. (3) Professional assistance You must not rely on the information on this website as an alternative to medical advice from your doctor or other professional healthcare provider. If you have any specific questions about any medical matter you should consult your doctor or other professional healthcare provider. If you think you may be suffering from any medical condition you should seek immediate medical attention. You should never delay seeking medical advice, disregard medical advice, or discontinue medical treatment because of information on this website. (4) Limiting our liability Nothing in this medical disclaimer will: (a) limit or exclude our liability for death or personal injury resulting from negligence; (b) limit or exclude our liability for fraud or fraudulent misrepresentation;  

  • 00:31

    The Ancient Food ~ the Re-discovered Grain

    in Nutrition

    Greetings listeners ~We Appreciate you~YOU are the reason our mission of 24+ yrs continues to deepen & flourish~THANK YOU
    AND on that note One of our passions is helping people learn of REAL/WHOLE/non-altered/close to nature foods ~ foods that truly Nourish our minds/bodies & spirits.  We feel that you would agree that we are meant to eat according to Nature ~ to LIVE according to Nature.  We are a part of Nature & the more that people return to conscious eating the happier more fulfilled lives we will experience.  A TINY seed is packed with Amazing nutrition, has more ALA Omega-3s and Fiber than many other whole foods in nature - even more than salmon and flax. Has been heralded by Men's Health, Better Nutrition, and Functional Ingredients as the best natural product available to promote optimal cardiovascular and digestive health.
    An impressive arsenal of other nutrients - like Magnesium, Protein, Calcium, Potassium, Iron, and Folate - make Salba the perfect whole food for promoting health and wellness, just the way nature intended it. With 30% more Antioxidants than blueberries, helps fight aging by attacking the free radicals that destroy healthy cells.
    Ideal for mixing into virtually any food, such as salads, soups, sauces, or dips. It can be easily milled in a coffee grinder and added to yogurt, smoothies, oatmeal - even used as a flour and egg substitute.

  • 00:30

    To Your Health With Dr Dave Schneider

    in Health

    This week's topics were:  vitamin controversies--a) does vitamin D help treat TB; b) folate does help in pregnancy; c) does vitamin E cause prostate cancer?; d) is calcium supplementation healthy or harmful?; e) do dietary supplements harm postmenopausal women? (hint -- probably not -- don't believe the hype just yet).  More topics:  raw vegetables may counteract genetic predispositions; the truth about the Listeria epidemic; PSA and prostate cancer screening controversy.

  • 00:46

    Prevention is the Best Cure- Breast Health

    in Health

    October is designated as Breast Health Month, but ironically the media focus is usually about looking for breast cancer disease. True health comes from preventing disease. This show will discuss the intelligent approach to the "care and feeding" of breasts.Dr Kather’s Protocol for Breast Health will be discussed and explained. This protocol includes the recommendations below:
    Iodine (Iodoral, Iodoforte 12.5 to 50 mg a day)
    Assess the methylation of estrones, 16 alpha hydroxy- to 2 hydroxy estrones, urinary progesterone metabolite and estriol urinary excretion, assess catabolic versus anabolic state-all important risk factors for breast and prostate cancer: sex hormone metabolite urine test
    Enhance methylation of estrones: Di-indolemethane 300 mg a day, Trimethylglycine (TMG) 750mg a day, Magnesium malate 250-500mg at bedtime,
    Vitamin B12, B6, folate, Resveratrol 125 mg a day, Omega 3 fatty acids, CoQ10 75-150 mg a day: Rhythmatix from Univera (vit B12, vit B6, folate, CoQ10, Resveratrol, fish oil EPA & DHA 2-4 capsules a day)
    Vitamin D3- get 25 hydroxy vit D levels above 80, Melatonin 3-5 mg at bedtime. Progesterone supplementation to youthful levels-cycling is best.
    Vitamin E- mixed tocopherols 400 iu po qd
    Vitamin A retinyl palmitate
    Enhance adiponectin production (Level G from Univera : bananba, chromium nicotinate, vanadium, Cape Aloe, Aloe Qmatrix- aloe chromones, cinnamon) one tab taken twice to 4 times a day). Avoid obesity and minimize inflammation. Turmeric/ curcumin (RegeniFREE).
    Lignands from Ground Flax seed. Eat fresh organic foods. Avoid sugar- use Xylitol instead.
    Practice weight resistance training. Have frequent orgasms to enhance oxytocin production.
    Avoid smoking.Minimize/eliminate caffeine use. avoid eating/drinking from canned foods due to plastic lining) and plastic bottles due to “bad estrogen” effect of plastic consumption. Avoid atrazine herbicide (often used on corn products, fructose, high fructose corn syrup, dextrose).

  • 00:45

    The Metabolic Make-Over Experience!

    in Weight Loss

    Tonya and Dr Kather discuss the results they are personally noticing with The Metabolic Make Over approach and how each of the components of this program are helping people decrease their carbohydrate cravings, notice their clothes feeling looser around their bellies and their pants feeling looser around the belly, buttocks and thighs. The Metabolic Makeover consists of 4 products by Univera: Rhythmatix, Prime, Level G, and RegeniFREE and MOST RECENTLY- GoVera!
    Rhythmatix from Univera (vit B12, vit B6, folate, CoQ10, Resveratrol, fish oil EPA & DHA) 2 cap taken twice a day)
    Prime 2 capsules taken per day ( Univera LifeSciences product) each capsule containing 7mg of highly bioavailble >95% DHEA, 15mg of 7-keto DHEA, 100mg N-acetyl cysteine,1.5 mg riboflavin-5-phosphate, 1.5 mg pyridoxal-5-phosphate, 400mcg Vit B12, 100mg chrysin, 60mg acetyl-L-carnitine, 100mg wolfberry, 50mg alpha lipoic acid, 15mg diindolemethane, 25 mg proprietary blend of jujube extract, black pepper, aloe vera gel, Chinese licorice root.
    Level G ( bananba, chromium nicotinate, vanadium, Cape Aloe, Aloe Qmatrix- aloe chromones, cinnamon) one tab taken twice to 4 times a day
    RegeniFREE (Protectin proprietary blend 250mg: Scutellaria baicalensis (root), Acacia Catechu (heartwood). Turmeric extract (Curcuma longa root) 200mg, minimum 3% curcuminoids). MaxCell Proprietary blend 25mg: Jujube extract fruit, Black pepper extract fruit, Aloe vera dried gel, Chinese licorice extract root). GoVera (medium chain triglycerides 875mg, maca tuber extract 4:1 Lepidium meyeni 750mg, D-ribose 500mg, Winged Treebine Cissus quadrandrularis 300mg extract and leaves 2.5% ketosterones, Rhodiola rosea root extract 3% Rosavin, 1% Salidroside 100mg, ACTIValoe Aloe Vera extract Qmatrix 10mg 200:1 leaf: inner gel). If you want to start the Metabolic Make Over, go to www.nataliekather.myunivera.com or phone Advanced Family Wellness clinic and ask to speak with Tonya or Tina.

  • 01:00

    Quinoa—the supergrain of the Incas, Chef Jill Houk Explains

    in Food

    Our favorite chef, Jill Houk of Centered Chef Food Studios returns to the program to discuss quinoa—the supergrain of the Incas. In addition to being rich in fiber and folate, quinoa is a vegan complete protein, which is essential for anyone reducing or eliminating meat from their diets. We’ve got five quinoa recipes that cover the gamut from breakfast, lunch, dinner and dessert. Yum!
    Also, we'll get the latest happenings with the kids over at the Cooking Up Change project in Chicago (hint...think national).

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