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Ask The Blood Detective – Nutritional Endocrinology – 02.25.17

If you have an interest in hormones and your health you cannot miss this show by Dr. Michael Wald! Nutritional Endocrinology is a masterpiece of information and practical application of how to impact your hormones to age better. Dr. Wald will explore questions like – How do your foods impact your hormone levels? Which foods increase your longevity hormones and which foods increase your aging hormones? Are natural hormones really safe? What are adverse affects of synthetic hormones and can diet and nutritional supplements reduce pro-cancerous changes? How do I improve my thyroid, adrenal and pituitary hormones so that I feel better and achieve greater mental clarity, more energy and extend my quality of life? Dr. Michael Wald is director of Longevity at Integrated Nutrition of Mount Kisco in Westchester New York. He can be reached at: 914-242-8844/www.IntegratedNutritionNY.com/info@BloodDetective.com.

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Infectious Myth – Nutrition, Health, South Korea and…Kimchi – 09.06.16

David Crowe talks with Alison Tomlison and Raymund Ban about nutrition, while he is in South Korea. Alison dealt with her own severe health problems, which she resolved by determining that she was seriously gluten intolerant, and needed supplementation to reclaim her health. Raymund is one of the leaders of the only alternative AIDS organization in the country, and has come to believe that the HIV-positive people whose health declines are nutritionallly challenged, probably also gluten intolerant. Two podcasts that are mentioned are Episode 108 because it deals with nutritional supplements initially designed for animals, and episode 47, the discussion with Terry Wahls (MD) who recovered from severe MS through a radical change in her diet.

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The Gary Null Show – 08.25.16

Today on The Gary Null Show, Gary offers the audience a very special deal with Roy Speiser on “Survival Stuff” and some Gary’s Water Filters. In The first half of the program Gary goes into a deep look into the latest in Health and The Environment. Gary covers how magnesium can help lower blood pressure and how fish oils and vitamin b12 can reduce your plasma homocysteine level. In the later half of the program Gary sharing insights and commentaries he wrote with Dr Jack Rasmus.

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The Gary Null Show – 08.09.16

Today on The Gary Null Show, Gary starts off the show by bringing you the best news in health and wellness, where he talks about Diabetics should be wary of paleo diet ‘hype’ and how Diet designed to lower blood pressure also reduces risk of kidney disease. Gary also goes into a deep look at some of the bigger environmental headlines. Towards the end of the show Gary opens up for the phone lines for a Talk Back segment in which he takes calls on Hilary Clinton and much more. Make sure you tune into tonight’s Progressive Commentary Hour show at 7:00pm EST where Gary exposes NATO.

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Project Censored – 08.09.16

Peter and Mickey spend the hour in conversation with author/educator Henry Giroux. Giroux explains the concept of ‘critical pedagogy,’
and the pivotal role that education plays for the whole of society. He warns of the increasing domination of the world by the ultra-rich,
and a new form of anti-intellectualism fostered by a failing corporate media. Among the measures the left must take to resist these forces,
he cites the formation of a broad-based third political party, and more academics taking on the duties of public intellectuals, rather than
limiting themselves to the campus.

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YOUR RISK OF DYING HINGES ON WELL-BEING NOT DISEASES

A new study has yielded a radically different picture of aging in America, finding that how old you are plays little or no role in determining differences in health and well-being. The researchers say the results suggest the medical community is focusing on the wrong set of factors to determine risk of dying. Rather than rely on a checklist of …

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The Gary Null Show – 05.18.16

On “The Gary Null Show” today, Gary gives us some great information on health and healing as well as public schools, the economy and more. Listen and read to learn more:

Melatonin reduces blood pressure and tunes up disrupted circadian rhythms in the elderly

Can sesame-based ingredients reduce oxidative stress?

Scientists discover Antarctic sponge extract can help kill MRSA

Eating potatoes could increase the the risk of high blood pressure

Cancer-fighting properties of horseradish revealed

What are polyphenols and how do they prevent disease

Gary takes a quick music break and plays this funky jam: TAVARES – It Only Takes A Minute. Gary then returns to the show and plays this great video.

VIDEO: Stupid in America: How we cheat our kids – John Stossel looks at the ways the U.S. public education system cheats students out of a quality education. (Part 2)

Grade-fixing ex-principal lands $157K job as DOE administrator

The controversial way rich parents help their kids de-stress

VIDEO: No Viet Cong called me NiXXer- Muhammad Ali

Gary then took calls about the teachers and then discusses DEBT:

Undeniable evidence that the real economy is already in recession mode

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Jo Marchant – Can We Condition Our Bodies To Treat Themselves?

Marette Flies was 11 when her immune system turned against her. A cheerful student from Minneapolis, Minnesota, she had curly brown hair and a pale, moon-shaped face, and she loved playing trumpet in her high-school band. But in 1983, she was diagnosed with lupus, a condition in which the immune system destroys the body’s healthy tissues. It ran rampant, attacking …

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Daily dose of beetroot juice improved endurance and blood pressure

WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. – Feb. 11, 2016 – Scientists at Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center have found that a daily dose of beetroot juice significantly improved exercise endurance and blood pressure in elderly patients with heart failure with preserved ejection fraction (HFPEF). The study is published in the current online edition of the Journal of the American College of Cardiology-Heart Failure. Exercise …

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Jess Guh – Racism Alive and Well in New Medical Guidelines

Going to the doctor is like going to the car mechanic. It falls right between “trip to DMV” and “post office during the holidays” on the list of errands that we all hate doing. Just like the car mechanic, it can be expensive and even if they don’t fix the problem, you still have to pay. When they do find …