May 2016

Monday 2 May 2016
Progesterone can help with weaning and withdrawal off alcohol and nicotine. Niacin deficiencies and niacin benefits. Rosacea and dark spots under the eyes are a circulation problem due to dirty blood. Justin from Oklahoma has a question about pregnenolone and birth control pills. Steve from PA has a question about DHEA. Rory from California has friend who is trying to stop smoking cannabis. Steve finishing off about what makes progesterone convert into either cortisol or a DHEA.

Tuesday 3 May 2016
Talking about progesterone and oestrogen. Oestrogen dominance and PCOS, polycystic ovarian syndrome. Oestrogen is processed by the digestive system like the intestines and liver. Fermented foods, fibre and probiotics for oestrogen problems. Conjugated linoleic acid, CLA. Lori from Austin has thyroid cancer and they want to take her thyroid out. Kevin from Russia has seasonal allergies. Steve from pensylvania wants to know what is the difference between Progesterone, pregnenolone and DHEA.

Wednesday 4 May 2016
Talking about oestrogen dominance and its associated diseases. Balancing out oestrogen. The benefits of Conjugated linoleic acid, CLA. Diabetes and PCOS, polycystic ovarian syndrome. David from Austin has a question about what dose of pregnenolone to take. Karl from Oregon has lost the hair on his legs due to the clothes he wears. Dave from Connecticut has a question about phytates. Kyle from Oklahoma and his wife are trying to conceive but she is having migraines.

Thursday 5 May 2016
Repeat show from Friday 8 May 2015.

Friday 6 May 2016
Repeat show from Monday 28 March 2016.

Monday 9 May 2016
Repeat show from Thursday 28 April 2016.

Tuesday 10 May 2016
Repeat show from Monday 11 January 2016.

Wednesday 11 May 2016
Repeat show from Thursday 25 February 2016.

Thursday 12 May 2016
Repeat show from Monday 2 March 2015.

Friday 13 May 2016
Repeat show from Friday 8 May 2015.

Monday 16 May 2016
Talking about eating behaviours that up regulate the pleasure centres in our brain. This encourages bad eating habits and over eating. The ketogenic diet is not a license to eat too much fat. The ketogenic diet should be used with caloric restriction. Disease is a lack of ease, which means we need to calm the body down in to a state of ease. Lu from New York has a husband with stage 4 lymphoma. (technical glitch, missing last segment)

Tuesday 17 May 2016
Talking about lymphoma and cancer. Cancer cells are stressed out cells due to suffocation, starvation and toxification. Strategies like fasting and calorific restriction for cancer patients. Article about Alzheimer’s and the immune system. Stephanie from California has nasal polyps. Dave from Connecticut has a cousin who needs a knee replacement. Dave is dealing with rosacea.

Wednesday 18 May 2016
Letter from Randy who is overweight, having panic attacks, anxiety, plaque build up, kidney stones and hypertension. The less an animal eats the longer they live. Calories and micro nutrition work together. An empty calorie is a calorie that does not have the matching micro nutrients. Tabitha has a question about the bergamax product for people 45 or over. Brenda from Texas has celiac disease. Steve from Pennsylvania has a question about eating lots of fat with the ketogenic diet.

Thursday 19 May 2016
The medical model and doctors treat the symptoms of disease and not the root cause of disease. The doctors and medical system represent an authority. We have control of our own health. Calm the body down and activate the parasympathetic nervous system to deal with disease. Steve from Pennsylvania has a question about fat in meats. Also a question about ketone supplements and the ketogenic diet. Trudy from Florida has a question about emulsified cod liver oil. Anita from Missouri has a question about putting probiotics into milk to test their quality. Dave from Texas has been on the ketogenic diet and has had success with removing plaque from his arteries. He also suffering from mould allergies.

Friday 20 May 2016
Talking about calming the body down and activating the parasympathetic system. We need our sympathetic nervous system but it should not be chronically activated. How to activate the parasympathetic nervous system using deep breathing. Relax your facial muscles and jaw muscles. Jed from Kentucky has a grand son with hemangioma’s and a tumour on his liver. Hoby from South Carolina has a daughter who has migraines. Christian from California is dealing with fatigue, tiredness and weakness. Kyle from California has developed an itchy rash.

Monday 23 May 2016
All breakdown and disease is a result of long term activation of the defensive response and survival nervous system. We have created a culture of ease but we are filled with disease. Nutrition tells the brain that everything is safe and ok. Using mindfulness to control our brains and bodies. Mariah from Memphis has thinning skin. Liz from Cincinnati has a question about how often to fast. Also has a question about how much fat you should consume for the ketogenic diet. Steve from Kansas has a question about birth control drugs. Laura from Ohio has thinning hair and a receding hair line as well as a dry flaky scalp.

Tuesday 24 May 2016
Talking about calming the body down to deal with disease. Niacin, mental health and brain health issues. Elizabeth from Texas is dealing with cold and numbness in her fingers and feet. Laura from Ohio has adrenal gland issues. GUEST – Dr Nate Klemp and Eric Langshur author of Start Here: Master the Lifelong Habit of Well being. What is Life Cross Training. Well being is a skill that can be trained. Using meditation and mindfulness in everyday life. Being in the present moment and focus on breath.

Wednesday 25 May 2016
How our mind and mental state effects our eating behaviours. We should eat when our bodies want to eat not when our mind wants to eat. We live in a culture that promotes fear and provides the junk food to appease us. Kathy from Saint Luis went for tests at the doctors and they found a shadow in her chest. Cody from Austin has a grandmother with lung cancer and arthritis. Cindy from Santa Cruz wakes up with a head ache after taking calcium. Dave from Connecticut has a question about methylfolate vs folic acid because of MTHFR.

Thursday 26 May 2016
Talking about eating for pleasure to up regulate our dopamine in the brain. Sugary foods especially will stimulate the production of dopamine. Dopamine deficiency and the adrenal glands. We can up regulate our dopamine without food. Behind all disease is dirty blood and a clogged lymph system. Karl from Oregon uses coconut oil on his skin and beyond tangy tangerine for his plants. Robin from Oklahoma is 56 and experiencing the menopause and is on HRT and progesterone. Joe from Texas has a wife with severe diarrhoea.

Friday 27 May 2016
The body is secondary to the mind. Our hormones are the interface between the mind and the body. Cancer is a sign that the body is in distress. John from Texas has walking pneumonia and high blood pressure. Steve from PA has a question about ketones in raspberries and coffee. Kim from Orlando has friend who is on cymbalta for anxiety and stress.

Monday 30 May 2016
Repeat show from Friday 8 May 2015.

Tuesday 31 May 2016
Pregnenolone, progesterone and DHEA are the hormones of youth and fertility. The stress response causes a downward spiral of bodily breakdown into chronic degenerative disease. Cancer is a cell disease. Cancer cells are in survival mode. Nutritional and spiritual strategies for making cancer patients feel better. Pam from Arizona has a husband who had 2 brain aneurysm’s and is on Dilantin as well as having a seizure disorder. Mary from Michigan has a question about getting glutathione in her diet.