Paul and the Riverkeeper team work to protect the Hudson River and the drinking water supplies for nine million New Yorkers. An attorney and educator, Paul has dedicated himself to the environmental movement since 1987, when he left the private practice of law and went to work for the New York State Attorney General. In 1990, Paul began a ten-year …
Ellen Kamhi, PhD RN, www.naturalnurse.com, interviews Dr. Sergey Kalitenko. Dr. Sergey Kalitenko has been helping patients throughout a distinguished career – first as an emergency care physician, then as a head of Hyperbaric Department at highly respected Ukrainian hospitals, and later as a board certified physician in the United States. Dr, Kalintenko finds that conventional medicine often treats people, as a collection of symptoms, without finding the cause of those symptoms. His practice is based on the principles of holistic medicine, functional medicine as well as anti-aging principles. Bioidentical hormone replacement therapy is a keystone of his practice. He also specializes in alternative cancer treatment, lyme disease treatment, and intravenous therapy (or IV therapy).He is firmly committed to finding natural solutions to health problems and his first step is to use his expert diagnostic skills to get to the root of the problem. Dr. Kalitenko’s philosophy is that of wellness, not illness.
Join Dr. Michael Wald, host of, Ask The Blood Detective, as he explores practical lifestyle and natural methods for reversing biological aging. Perspectives of our personal aging process, and what is possible with natural approaches, is radically changing. Even in traditional medical circles the concept and practical application of using drugs, diet, cold therapy, herbs, phytonutrients and other anti-aging strategies, is here to stay. As director of Longevity at Integrated Nutrition of Mount Kisco in Westchester, NY, Dr. Wald helps his patients get well naturally by developing personalized health plans. Dr. Wald can be reached at 914-242-8844. His email and website are: www.IntegratedNutritionNY.com/email:info@BloodDetective.com
How Nutrition Works
Eating healthy and taking supplements is great, but how does foods and how do nutritional supplements actually affect your cells, tissues and organs? What can you do to improve how your body uses your nutrition? Join Dr. Michael Wald, Host of Ask The Blood Detective, as he explores the beautiful intricacies of how the body processes, absorbs, distributes and activates foods and various nutritional supplements. How is health built? Find out by tuning in! Dr. Wald can be reached at Integrated Nutrition of Mount Kisco by calling 914-242-8844. Email: info@IntegratedNutritionNY.com / Website: Intmedny.com
Dr. Michael Wald is author of Cancer and Nutrition a professional level book that explores what goes wrong causing cancer. During this fascinating and practical show topic Dr. Michael Wald, the blood detective, will provide an evidence-based discussion that Dispelling many of the myths surrounding the use of natural health and nutritional supplements for cancer prevention, treatment and how nutrition impacts surgery, radiation and chemo therapy. Learn what your doctor may not know and make educated healthcare choices. Dr. Wald be reached at 914-242-8844 at his office Integrated Nutrition of Mount Kisco. Www.IntegratedNutritionNY.com
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Coconut oil is labeled as a superfood, and for excellent reason. Considered the “tree of life” in much of India, the Philippines, Southeast Asia and other tropical locations, the coconut tree can now be found in more than 75 countries throughout the world. But for the modern homesteader, coconut oil has more uses than just for cooking. Read more
Are you a Gluten-A-Holic?
Are you a Gluten-A-Holic?
Dr. Joel Wallach learned about the importance of good nutrition while a veterinarian. He applied this knowledge to humans and now runs a company that sells a supplement that contains 91 minerals, amino acids and other types of nutrients. David accepts that many people on a western diet are nutrient deprived, and that the importance of trace nutrients is often ignored, although it is well documented. During the discussion it becomes obvious that David believes that some of Wallach’s statements are exaggerated, such as that the vast majority of people are gluten intolerant, that there is no value in physical exercise and that dog food is highly nutritious for humans. On the other hand, David has no trouble believing that some people can significantly benefit from supplementation, particularly those injured by vaccines, pharmaceutical drugs, chemical exposures or for numerous other reasons. They also agree that the low fat, high carbohydrate diet is a disaster. We hope you enjoy this vigorous discussion.