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On Today's Episode:
The Role of Vitamin C in Heart Disease
About Dr. Len:
Dr. Len Brancewicz has over 30 years of experience in the fields of Pharmacy, Natural Medicine, and radio. He has done many seminars across the nation speaking of the benefits of Naturopathy in his patients and in addition to his BlogTalkRadio podcast, he has been a regular on many FM stations nationwide.
Currently, he is also the host of Health Talk with Dr. Len on South Atlantas 92.5 The Bear FM every Saturday AM from 9-10. Listen to past episodes here!
Dr. Len is also the founder of The Nutrition Shoppe, a retail store and wellness center specializing in selling natural vitamins (which he helps formulate,) fitness supplements like protein powder, and other natural products. He also has a team of Chiropractors, Acupuncturists, Reflexology specialists, Thermographers, and other althernative health professionals to help patients get on the road to health with a complete approach.
With Dr. Len's experience in pharmaceuticals as well as natural health, he can help bridge the gap between traditional and alternative medicine in a way that is truly unique.
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Tonight, Dr. Fratellone will discuss Valvular Heart Disease - how to diagnose this disease; how to treat this disease and alaternative ways to manage and treat Valvular Heart Disease Tonight's show will be broadcast from Jennifer's Way Bakery in New York City.
To call in and ask a question - call 646-716-8698.
The shocking truth about heart disease is that it is the number one killer of women in America. Heart disease kills more women each year than all forms of cancer combined!
Because of these truths the American Heart Association has created a Go Red campaign to educate women on the facts about their heart health.
What is heart disease?
It is a term that encompasses numerous diseases of the heart and the blood vessels. This can include coronary artery disease, heart attacks and heart value issues. It can encompass rhythm problem issues, high blood pressures, high cholesterol and many more health concerns.
To learn more about heart disease click the link below.
In the United States, Heart Disease has become one of the fastest growing concerns for most Americans. Research released by the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) suggests that 1 out of every 4 people will be affected by some sort of Heart Disease in their lifetime. The cost of medicating and providing health care services for people with heart disease grosses over 108 billion dollars each year. Many people have begun to refer to heart disease as a new epidemic that is severely impacting our population.
Today we are speaking with Dr. Andrew Freeman, an expert on Cardiovascular Disease. Dr. Freeman graduated Summa Cum Laude from Cornell University with his bachelor’s degree in 1999, then went on to study at SUNY Buffalo School of Medicine and Biomedical Science, graduating with Research Honors. In 2006, Dr. Freeman completed his residency in 2006 at Rhode Island Hospital and Brown University, studying Internal Medicine. After completing his residency, he continued his Fellowship at Temple University studying Cardiology.
Heart disease is the number one killer in the United States; are you in that number a statistic waiting to happen? Is seeing your doctor when you have symptoms that make you uncomfortable or impinge on your quality of life your type of healthcare and prevention? Prevention does not begin with just medical testing and treatment does not wait until you hit the floor and can't get up. While medical testing and drugs can help you with significant heart medical conditions, are you contributing to the degree of illness by not reporting, recognizing and remediating nutritional deficiences in your body. To this date, many physicians are not even aware of the effects of magnesium in the body, nor how to test or recommend increased intake to help the body function at an optimal level. Do you know about magnesium?
My guest today is world-renowned cardiologist Dr. Dennis Goodman who is the author of Magnificent Magnesium which discusses your heart health and the use of magnesium. If you knew of something that was simple to take, could help you avoid heart attack potential, and reduce blood pressure, would you want to know more about it? Why don't you? Dr. Goodman is the expert on heart and magnesium and he will be providing tips on testing, intake, types of magnesium and why this is a number one health prevention tool that is overlooked by the medical community.
Dr. Goodman's book can be purchased here and this is his website.
Protect yourself and your family from Heart disease!!!
Learn valuable health tips on the cause and solution to one of the leading causes of Death in the western world. Simple solutions that can clean arteries and regenerate healthy heart tissue. learn what to avoid in your life that causes heart disease and what you can add to your life to reverse heart disease.
Tell otheres and lets change the world!!
Join Dr Lee and world renown guest, Dr. Garry Gordon as they provide cutting edge information on strokes, heart and other degenerative diseases.
Adult Congenital Heart Disease: The Need for Follow-up Evaluation
- What are the symptoms of adult congenital heart disease related complications?
- When should I seek follow-up appointments if I have adult congenital heart disease?
- How do I select the correct specialist for my condition?
For more information on adult congenital heart disease and evaluation, read Adult Congenital Heart Disease: The Need for Follow-up Evaluation . Then join us on August 28th at 3:30pm/ET for our Blog Talk Radio show with Marlon S. Rosenbaum, Director of the Schneeweiss Adult Congenital Heart Center at NewYork-Presbyterian/Columbia.
To submit a question for Dr. Rosenbaum before the show visit our question submission form or tweet an "@" reply to @columbiasurgery. On August 28th at 3:30PM/ET log onto the Columbia Surgery Blog Talk Radio Channel to listen live. If you'd like to speak to Dr. Rosenbaum call 347-539-5189 while we are on the air.
This week on Girlfriends Talk Radio, Dabney and your Social Media Girlfriends welcome Dr. Tandra Cadigan back to our show to discuss Women and Heart Disease!
Dr. Tandra Cadigan is a practicing OB/GYN with over 25 years of experience specializing in taking care of the entire body – physically, mentally & spiritually.
Dr. Tandra Cadigan is guiding women with the education on how to keep their bodies running smoothly. She is empowering women and this is why the Social Media Girlfriens LOVE her!
Join the conversation during our intractive show by tuning in to hear our show and joining us on Twitter! Its easy ~ follow our hos @DabneyPorte, guest @TiCadigan and our #SmGirlfriends community hashtag on Twitter!
Today's topic family, is a very serious one in America and the World. Heart Disease is a term used to describe several problems related to plaque build-up in the walls of our arteries. As the plaque builds up, the arteries narrow, making it more difficult for blood to flow, and creating a risk for heart attack or stroke. Many of the foods we eat, are to be blamed, but there are also many foods we should eat that can help eleviate the problem. During this episode, we will focus on a few of these heart healthy foods. This is not magic people, so don't think you can eat burgers, fries, pig feet, pizza, cookies and soda, 29 days a month and then eat what is suggested here today once a month and everything will be ok. This is about a lifestyle change, so we want more of the healthy foods and less of it's counterparts, then will we not only feel better but hopefully add some quality to our lives.
Evelyne Lambrecht interviews Dr. Mark Houston, author of What Your Doctor May Not Tell You About Heart Disease.
Did you know this February is the 50th anniversary of Hearth Month here in the United States? Heart disease is the leading cause of death in America, as well as the number one killer of women. Not serious enough for you? Heart disease claims more lives every single year than all forms of cancer combined. According to the CDC's 2009 data, heart disease killed 292,188 women which accounts for 1 in every 4 female deaths.
What's even scarier is your doctor may not be telling you everything you need to know about heart disease.
In this episode, Evelyne sits down with Dr. Mark Houston, author of What Your Doctor May Not Tell You About Heart Disease. Topics discussed include:
Startling statistics and why women should be more concerned about heart disease.
Dr. Houston's eight-step Integrative Cardiovascular Disease Prevention Program.
How the big 5 "leading causes of heart disease" are misleading, and what Dr. Houston considers the real issues we should be concerned about.
Why having low cholesterol and blood pressure isn't enough and how you can still have a heart attack.
Inflammation and how it leads to heart disease.
To watch the video interview with Dr. Mark Houston and Evelyne instead of listening to the audio above, click here.
You can learn more about Dr. Mark Houston at www.trucardia.com.
You can download your free "5 Days to More Energy" at www.elevateyourenergy.com.
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