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Explore these references to learn how important it is to maintain a diet that will not only protect your health, but also allow you to avoid, and potentially even cure diseases that most people think are incurable. That may sound far-fetched, but when you look at the evidence has been revealed recently, not only will you be surprised, you may even be angry that this information wasn't readily available to you sooner. Knowledge of the latest discoveries in health care will empower you to know how your body works so that you can become your own medical expert. Heal Thyself.
Dr. Eric Berg - Focus on: Cancer 21:38 minutes
Learn from someone who has been successful on their cancer journey—enjoy this interview with Guy Tenenbaum.
Dr Eric Berg Focus: Fasting/Cancer
The power of fasting could potentially create some serious damage to cancer cells. Here’s what you need to know about fasting and cancer cells.
Ivor Cummins Focus: Insulin Resistance
Ivor Cummins explains insulin and the effects in your body in 3 minutes, after a short promotion for his new launch. Insulin resistance explained starting at the 3:50 mark, if you want to skip to that.
Thomas N. Seyfried Focus: Cancer
28:54 minutes - longer version available, link in video
Thomas N. Seyfried is the author of the book, Cancer as a Metabolic Disease: On the Origin, Management, and Prevention of Cancer. If you or someone you know has cancer, you’ll definitely want to tune in and learn how to starve this disease!
Documentary Central Focus: Fat in our Diet
1:42:22 - definitely worth viewing!
Leading health experts examine the history of the U.S. Dietary Guidelines and question decades of dietary advice insisting that saturated fats are bad for us.
Russell Brand/Rhonda Patrick
Focus: Benefits of Sauna 10:17 minutes
Russel Brand speaks with Dr Rhonda Patrick, who is a cell biologist and cofounder of FoundMyFitness, a compendium of resources focused on promoting health-span and longevity. They discuss the benefits of saunas, cold exposure and exercise to live a longer healthier life.
Ivor Cummins/Robert Lustig
Focus: Processed Food Toxicity 36:49 minutes
Professor Robert Lustig on the real problems that we face in chronic disease (hint: it ain't "cholesterol"). In this podcast Robert reveals that he and his team have discovered the specific metabolite which gives sugar its dangerously damaging effects - it's all downhill from there. Sugar, refined carb and seed oils: the "unholy trinity" that sits at the processed-food center of modern chronic disease!
Documentary Focus: Heart Disease
56:08 definitely worth watching!
Many of you LCHF and Keto-knowledgeable peeps may already be doing the right stuff to prevent progression. But what about the other 99% of people in the world, who have no clue of the correct nutritional interventions for heart disease? Who are racking up calcium unknowingly, while munching their "healthy wholegrains"? They are entitled to that wake-up call - please share so these people with hidden heart disease can take action. They will come to realize that they've been scammed through decades of bad nutritional advice. Then they will search and find the correct solutions, understanding that something huge was amiss and the "system" essentially failed them. Heart disease can be managed and progression halted - but first you need to know if you have it.
Focus: Insulin Resistance/Diabetes/Cardiovascular Health 34:28 minutes
My recent talk at a large gathering of ambulance staff and paramedics in Dublin. Some new slides, new studies - and a rather special 'patient story' I recently dealt with. Wanna know how to address the root causes of Cardiovascular Disease? OK, you got it.
Ivor Cummins/Patrick Theut
Focus: Heart Disease 1:11:08 hours
Biochemist Patrick Theut put in 16,000 hours of study over many years in order to address and resolve his extensive heart disease issue. And he did it. in this podcast he reveals the solutions which enabled Patrick to reverse his calcification and disease process.
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