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The Natural Nurse And Dr. Z – Guest Dr. Marizelle Arce, ND – 09.26.17

Ellen Kamhi, PHD, RN, www.naturalnurse.com, interviews Dr. Marizelle Arce, ND.  Dr. Marizelle graduated from the University of Bridgeport Naturopathic Medical College, with a degree in Naturopathic Medicine. Earlier studies after focused on Cultural Anthropology with a concentration in nutrition and medicinal methodologies found  in  a wide variety of cultures around the world.  Her mentors include Drs. Weston Price,  Gunther Enderlein and …

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The Natural Nurse and Dr. Z – Homeopathy- healing the poor safely and effectively – 12.20.16

Dr. Eugene Zamperion, ND, AHG, interviews Dr. Carina Lopez, ND. Dr. Lopez is a bilingual Spanish/English naturopathic doctor, homeopath, licensed acupuncturist, master herbalist and biosyntonist. Using a supportive environment, Dr. Lopez assists with a spectrum of issues using the body’s own healing potential and natural, safe, effective treatments.

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It’s All About Food – Evita Ochel and Mark Hawthorne – 08.23.16

Evita Ochel is a consciousness expansion teacher, author, speaker, natural health expert, yoga and meditation teacher, and web TV host, who lives by being the change she wishes to see, and helps others live out the highest potential of their being by offering guidance and resources in the areas of spiritual evolution, veganism, simplicity, sustainability, holistic health, and optimal wellbeing. …

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Natural Thyroid Medications at Risk

Why is the government targeting them? Together let’s put a stop to this. Action Alerts! Last summer, we told you that Hillary Clinton was prescribed Coumadin, a dangerous blood thinner with lots of nasty side effects. We also noted that she was prescribed Armour Thyroid, a natural medicine, to treat an underactive thyroid gland. Now, however, the government is waging a …

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NDC Savings Club – 12.09.15

Today Show: Reiki

Guest Speaker: William Lee Rand http://www.reiki.org/

William Lee Rand is president of the International Center for Reiki Training, the Center for Reiki Research and the Reiki Membership Association. He is also editor in chief of the Reiki News Magazine. He has studied with five Reiki teachers including two from Japan and made three research trips to Japan. He was instrumental in creating Usui/Tibetan Reiki, Karuna Reiki® and also introduced Holy Fire Reiki. He is author of Reiki, The Healing Touch, Reiki for a New Millennium and The Spirit of Reiki which he co-authored with Arjava Petter and Walter Lubeck. He is also the publisher of A Modern Reiki Method for Healing, by Hiroshi Doi. He has practiced Reiki since 1981 and taught Reiki classes full time, around the world, for the past 26 years.

New Series: The 36 Flow of Energy Systems.

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The Natural Nurse And Dr. Z – 10.13.15

Topic: Iodine – why we need it.

Ellen Kamhi PhD, RN, www.naturalnurse.com, interviews Maggie Martakis, founder of Maggies Holistics NY. Dissatisfied with conventional treatments while trying to heal her son’s health issues, as well as her own, Maggie Martakis sought a holistic approach. She discovered that we are exposed daily to radiation, fluorine, chlorine and bromine chemicals, as they can be found in many of our foods, soft drinks, toothpastes, pools, water, air and household chemicals. These chemicals and heavy metals accumulate and get stored in our body interfering with thyroid function, the endocrine glandular system and can cause calcification of our pineal gland (aka third eye) lowering our IQ. Healthy levels of iodine help prevent toxic build up of these chemicals and with proper diet assists our cells to take in the proper nutrients and minerals. Additional health benefits include increased energy and weight loss. Using this knowledge enabled her to successfully tackle her family’s health issues holistically. The founder of Maggie’s Holistics, NYC, Maggie is a holistic healer, certified in Reiki and Kundalini yoga with a degree in the Sciences and Art History. She is also currently studying Ayurvedic Medicine.

Contact: http://www.maggiesholisticsny.com/

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The Natural Nurse And Dr. Z – 09.01.15

Host, Dr. Eugene Zamperion, ND, AHG, www.drznaturally.com, interviews Dr. Virender Sodhi, MD, ND. , to continue their discussion with a focus on Ayurvedic Herbal Medicine. Dr. Virender Sodhi was the first physician to combine a degree in Ayurvedic and Naturopathic medicine in the United States. He received his degree from the Dayanand Ayurvedic Medical College in India and was then chosen to share Ayurveda with Western society as part of a cultural exchange program. Upon his arrival into the United States, Dr. Sodhi enrolled at Bastyr University, where he received his doctorate degree in Naturopathic Medicine (ND), and joined the faculty to teach Ayurvedic sciences. He is a visiting professor at Southwest College of Naturopathic Medicine in Scottsdale, Arizona, School of Pharmacy University of Washington and Des Moines University Iowa. Dr. Sodhi has been featured on radio and television programs across the country, and presents at conferences internationally. Dr. Sodhi sits on the Panel of Experts with Dr. Andrew Wile for Natural Health Magazine, is a featured expert in Alternative Medicine, The Definitive Guide, and is featured in The Textbook of Natural Medicine . He has also written for many other publications. He is currently busy attending to patients from all over the world at the Ayurvedic Naturopathic Medical Clinic in Bellevue, Washington . He envisioned Ayush Herbs along with his three brothers, which has become an international company. Contact: www.ayurvedicscience.com 425-453-8022 www.ayush.com 800-925-1371

The Health Power of Coconuts

Anyone remember the 1994 exposé of movie theater popcorn? This cinema staple, known for its delicious taste and aroma, had been consumed for years by a public blissfully unaware of the fact that it was loaded with demonized saturated fat. Movie theatre popcorn was (gasp) popped in coconut oil, an “evil” tropical fat that had no place in a healthy diet. …

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Organic Food Reduces Toxins – Maylin Rodriguez-Paez

Organic food can be expensive. With living expenses through the roof, few people want to pay double or triple for their favorite foods. As a result, many health-conscious people eat organic selectively, focusing on specific foods. And according to a new study, these efforts appear to be worthwhile. Eating organically – even occasionally – can help reduce your toxic burden. The results …