Dr. Laura Kelly is a licensed Traditional Chinese Medicine practitioner and Doctor of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine. She completed her medical training and doctorate at Yo San University in Los Angeles. Her private practice focuses on primary care and chronic disease. She is working with a research group to document the biochemical effects of Chinese herbs on fatigue and is leading the investigation on a nonsurgical treatment for paralysis. She is the co-author of The Healthy Bones Nutrition Plan and Cookbook. She lives and works in Topanga, California.
On “The Gary Null Show” Gary does a quick but excellent health and healing segment and then reads an original article from himself and our great staff members, Richard Gale and Jeremy Stillman. Listen and read and enjoy! ‘Tis the season to indulge in walnuts Overlooked benefit of successful healthy lifestyle programs: Improved quality-of-life Keeping older muscles strong Download this episode (right click and
On "The Gary Null Show" today, Gary discusses these topics below and give his take on them. Click on title to learn more about what Gary is talking about:
UF/IFAS scientists warn of pharmaceutical peril for aquatic organisms in urban rivers
Acupuncture might help ease high blood pressure
Happily Single - The link between relationship status and well-being depends on avoidance and approach social goals
Is too much screen time damaging your child’s brain?
Gary takes a quick music break and plays: Wilson Pickett - Don't Let The Green Grass Fool You
Topical resveratrol combats skin aging
News coverage of Fukushima disaster found lacking
Fertilizer applied to fields today will pollute water for decades
Lestor R. Brown - How much will it cost to save our economy’s foundation?
By cutting down forests, humans may be giving themselves malaria
10 reasons why homelessness is more common now than just 20 years ago
Saudi Arabia threatens to sell off US assets if Congress passes 9/11 bill
Video: Former US Senator Bob Graham "Saudi role in 9/11 attacks kept secret"
Source of the Video: Florida Ex-Senator pursues claims of Saudi ties to Sept. 11 attacks
Gary gives his commentary on the video and NY Times article to end the show for today.
On Today's Heart Of Mind Radio, host Kathryn Davis introduces the revolutionary work Dr.Akyiaa Azula in a conversation about the "Medicine of the Self." In segment two Kathryn offers an explanation of the Healing Power of Qigong Practice and invites listers to participate in her Spiritual Support Group. Dr. Akyiaa Azula O.M.D./A.P. - Medicine of the Self
Dr. Azula has been practicing acupuncture and integrative medicine for over 30 years. It has evolved from standard treatment protocols, to a completely patient centered practice which involves communication with body intelligence as the key to healing. She is also a Medical Intuitive and specializes in Allergy Elimination and consultation on creating through the authentic self. "What is your body saying?" Your body contains a vast amount of knowledge as to what ails it, and exactly how to repair itself. If you would like to experience safe, effective, long lasting and fast results, Medicine of the Self is what you are looking for.
Dr. Akylaa Azula will be coming to New York for an event scheduled from June 2nd to June 5th 2016
Dr. Donald R. Beans, is a registered nurse with a degree from Montana State University, 1978. He studied acupuncture at many schools and with various teachers leading to Montana licensure in 1980 and starting a private practice in Missoula. He earned national board certification in acupuncture in 1985 from the National Commission for the Certification of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine; He is also a certified classical homeopath. Don was a teaching associate of Dr. Bernard Jensen for 10 years. They presented one-week seminars on nutrition and wellness. Under the watchful eye of Dr. Jensen, Dr. Beans earned a doctor of philosophy degree in iridology and nutrition from the University of Health Science in Honolulu Hawaii. Dr. Beans is currently in private practice in Montana.
Today Show: 5 Elemental Energies
Guest Speaker: Dr. Jason Elias http://fiveelementhealing.net
Dr. Jason Elias, has been in private practice since the 1970’s, treating thousands of patients by integrating the modalities of acupuncture, herbal medicine, and nutrition. Over a period of forty years, my professional training has included work in the U.S. with acknowledged leaders in the fields of psychology, the Alexander technique, massage therapy, bioenergetic therapy, Traditional Chinese Medicine, and herbal medicine; in Japan with masters of Aikido; in Hong Kong with a prominent Chinese acupuncturist and herbalist; and in India, with an Ayurvedic master.
What is the Five Elemental Energies?
The Five Elemental Energies (wu sing) represent the tangible activities of yin and yang as manifested in the cyclic changes of nature which regulate life on earth. Also known as the Five Movements (wu yun), they define the various stages of transformation in the recurring natural cycles of seasonal change, growth and decay, shifting climatic conditions, sounds, flavors, emotions, and human physiology. Each energy is associated with the natural element which most closely resembles its function and character, and from these elements they take their names. Unlike the Western and other systems of five elements, the Chinese system focuses on energy and its transformations, not on form and substance. The elements thus symbolize the activities of the energies with which they are associated.
More should be done to stop the use of endangered species in traditional Chinese medicines, with snow leopard, tiger and rhinoceros DNA still being found in remedies, according to a leading University of Adelaide pathologist. In an article published in the journal Forensic Science Medicine and Pathology, Professor Roger Byard, from the University’s School of Medicine, has shown that traditional Chinese medicine has been identified as a significant driver in the illicit global wildlife trade. Furthermore, most of the policing surrounding the illegal trade is associated with species collection; the use of animal products in medicines is often overlooked. “Rhinoceros horn is used to “cure” disorders ranging from cerebral haemorrhage to AIDS, selling for as much as US$50,000 per kilogram; the powdered bones of tigers and mole rats are used to treat arthritis; shell extracts of freshwater turtles are used to treat cancer; dried geckos are used as an aphrodisiac; monkey skeletons are used to treat general pain; and moon bears are milked for their bile through catheters in order to provide people with a treatment for digestive illnesses,” says Professor Byard. Read
Today Show: Meridians
Guest Speaker: Jason Elias http://fiveelementhealing.net/
Jason Elias, has been in private practice since the 1970’s, treating thousands of patients by integrating the modalities of acupuncture, herbal medicine, and nutrition. Over a period of forty years, my professional training has included work in the U.S. with acknowledged leaders in the fields of psychology, the Alexander technique, massage therapy, bioenergetic therapy, Traditional Chinese Medicine, and herbal medicine; in Japan with masters of Aikido; in Hong Kong with a prominent Chinese acupuncturist and herbalist; and in India, with an Ayurvedic master
What is the Meridian System?
Chinese medicine believes there is a distribution network for the fundamental substances of Qi, Blood and Body Fluids throughout the body. These fundamental substances are different from the common western understandings of these terms, and their concepts are important for maintaining health using Chinese medicine.) This distribution network called the Meridian System looks like a giant web, linking different areas of our body together. Its pathways make up a comprehensive yet complex body map that supplies vital energy to every part of the body. Philosophically, the Meridian System explains how we live, and why we become sick.
The same herb frequently eaten as salad in Asia has been shown to destroy cancer cells — without harming healthy tissue. Researchers at the University of Washington have created a compound based on traditional Chinese medicine that is 1,200 times more effective in killing malignant cells than chemotherapy drugs. Combined with iron, the herb selectively targets cancerous cells and has proven to be a powerful tool in combating the disease. Tomikazu Sasaki, senior author of the study and chemistry professor at the University of Washington, describes the compound as “… a special agent planting a bomb inside the [cancer] cell.” Since traditional chemotherapy is rife with severe side-effects and kills healthy cells, researchers are encouraged by the findings. Standard chemotherapy destroys as many as 1 normal cell for every 5 cancer cells. The compound developed by Sasaki and his team is far more specific, killing 12,000 cancer cells for each healthy cell affected, which minimizes adverse side-effects. Because of this, the effectiveness of the treatment is increased as higher doses can be tolerated. Portrait of a 2,000-Year-Old Medicinal Treasure Read
Leading research has discovered that there are specific nutrients that can talk directly to your genes to reduce oxidative stress and inflammation, the major causes of chronic illness and aging. Learn which nutrients are recommended to be part of everyone’s core optimal health program.
Christopher Neville's company BioPhotonix Innovations is involved with ongoing research and product development, focused on the latest scientific findings for longevity and regeneration along with supporting the emergence of ‘green’ energy technologies. Chris has over 25 years of experience in wellness, advertising and marketing. He is VP Product Development for an innovative wellness company based in LA. Over the course of his career, Chris has worked with numerous well-known supplement, whole-food and bioenergetics technology-based companies in a wide-range of roles, including: Vice President, Asian Pacific, and Director, Australia and New Zealand. He has been actively involved with innovative formulation development, strategic marketing, and setting up a million dollar production-line facility for the manufacture and global distribution of health products.
Chris is an advocate for the wisdom and practices from ancient traditions, with a deep respect for the Aborigines of Australia and other First Nations. He also has a great appreciation for the principles and practices of Ayurvedic and Traditional Chinese Medicine.
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