Monday 2 April 2018
Talking about the cell membrane. Good fats are essential for a healthy cell membrane which controls the inflammation or anti-inflammation process. Arachidonic acid actives our endocannabinoids in the body for anti-inflammation. CDB and endocannabinoid deficiencies. Working on proper fat digestion and absorption is important for overall health. Mediterranean diet is linked to higher muscle mass and bone density after menopause. Gut bacteria essential for a healthy immune system. Cliff from Canada had success with loosing weight. He is also weaning himself off psychiatric drugs. Stuart from Colorado has a friend with medullary sponge kidney disease. Jim from Colorado has a question about stage 2 kidney failure.
Tuesday 3 April 2018
Repeat show from Tuesday 13 March 2018.
Wednesday 4 April 2018
Repeat show from Wednesday 28 February 2018.
Thursday 5 April 2018
Skin problems like dry skin and acne are skin cell issues. Most topical treatments, creams or lotions cannot treat the skin cell or cell membrane. Exercise the skin with alpha hydroxy acids and use topical vitamin C and vitamin A. We need EFA’s to make healthy cell membranes. Researchers shed light on why exercise slows the progression of parkinson’s disease. Heart burn medicine can increase risk of kidney disease. Don from Florida has pemphigus vulgaris and is on prednisone.
Friday 6 April 2018
Talking about Cell Theory which was first thought of by Theodor Schwann in the 1830’s. The medical model does not address the cell. The cell membrane interprets the environment and passes messages to our genetic information. When the environment of a cell is low oxygen and low nutrients and toxic the cell and cell membrane cannot function properly and may even die. Consumption of antioxidants found in green leafy vegetables diminished the effects from exposure to the sun. Psychological stress and the immune response. Steven from Pennsylvania has a question about getting EFA’s from animal meat. Also a question about oils and their problems and benefits. Cliff from Ottawa has a question about getting good fats and can you over do good fats.
Monday 9 April 2018
Repeat show Monday 26 February 2018
Tuesday 10 April 2018
Repeat show from Tuesday 27 February 2018.
Wednesday 11 April 2018
Repeat show from Wednesday 7 March 2018.
Thursday 12 April 2018
Each one of our cells is unique and has its own electric spectrum. The cell is an electrical system. The cell membrane is the interface between the inside of the cell and the outside of the cell. We can control the electricity in our bodies through our thoughts and actions. The cell membrane has a glycocalyx which plays a role in the identification foreign cells in the immune system. There are 8 essential sugars. Reduced carbohydrate consumption without reducing calories improved liver function. Study reveals what happens in the gut after too much fructose. Chris from California thinks he’s getting a rash fromeating eggs or liver. Carol from South Carolina is on her third day of fasting and feels great but got a cramp in her leg. Laurie from Minnesota has a husband who had a heart attack and is on several prescription drugs.
Friday 13 April 2018
The glycocalyx is made up of glycans and coats the cell membrane of every cell. The cell can be thought of as a crystal. This means it has a 3D repeating pattern and can hold onto energy and information as well as release energy. The body functions on electromagnetics and this makes our body’s highly energy dependant. We need to feed our systems with electricity and this means fresh food and nutrition. The glycocalyx are like antennas sticking out from the cell membrane. These play a key role in immune system identification for foreign bodies. Study links gut bacteria with our cholesterol and body fat levels. Medicinal cannabis is safe and effective. Effect of vitamin E on cortisol levels. Dorium from Virginia has a question about pharmaceutical omega 3. Lisa has a question about the immune system and nutritional supplementation.
Monday 16 April 2018
Talking about the miraculous nature of the cell. We need to address the cell if we are going to being healthy. The medical model cannot do anything to help the cells. All disease is cell disease. We supply the minerals for the energy that drives the cell. The movement of minerals through our cell membranes creates energy. Omega 3 does not relieve dry eyes. Liz from Ohio started having seizures a few years ago and is on oxcarbazepine. Don from Georgia is dealing with Ossification of the Posterior Longitudinal Ligament (OPLL) or a ligament injury. Bonnie from Michigan has a friend who is having trouble urinating.
Tuesday 17 April 2018
Minerals and membranes are responsible for life as we know it. The importance of the cell membrane and the glycocalyx. Mucus protects the glycocalyx. The glycocalyx is like an ID badge so the immune system can identify invaders. If the glycocalyx is disturbed then this can cause auto-immune issues. Even if you are gluten free you can still be exposed to other lectins. High blood sugar levels tied to memory decline. Beetroot juice supplements may help certain heart failure patients. Chris from Texas has a question about a new drug that removes the cloaking that cancer uses to hide from the immune system. Chris from North Dakota has urinary tract infection and wants to know what causes them.
Wednesday 18 April 2018
We should be eating food that has its cellular nature intact. Processing food destroys cells and nutrition. Steaming and juicing can be beneficial to release some of the nutrients from plants. Vegetarians and vegans need to think about where they get their cholesterol complex from. The fodmaps diet is for people who have issues with nutritional sugars. Lectins attack the glycocalyx which disrupts its identification resulting in a immune response. This is where auto immunity comes from. Exercise, not vitamins to prevent falls in seniors. Dietary restriction extends the life span in flies. Hava from New York has bleeding gums or gum disease. Betty from New Jersey has congestive heart failure and is on digoxin. Patty in Santa Cruz is about to get a filling in her tooth.
Thursday 19 April 2018
Repeat show from Wednesday 7 March 2018.
Friday 20 April 2018
Repeat show from Friday 16 March 2018
Monday 23 April 2018
Repeat show from Monday 22 January 2018
Tuesday 24 April 2018
The body has its own intelligence. If the body is diseased the body is sad and needs some love. Fulvic and plant derived minerals found in the soil are essential for life on earth. An interaction at the level of the cell membrane causes a voltage to be created from minerals or ions passing in and out of the cell. This especially applies to the skin. The flow of electricity depends on the membrane. Oestrogen mediated brain protection linked to intake of fatty acids found in oils. Low testosterone in men widespread linked to disease. Carol from south Carolina had her gallbladder taken out over 30 years ago. Mike from California has a question about taking glucosamine chondroitin every day. Lee from Georgia has had a life long issue with fatigue and pyroluria.
Wednesday 25 April 2018
Talking about the glycocalyx of the cell membrane. The cell membrane is made of fat and the glycocalyx is made up sugars. When damage occurs in the environment of the cell the cell gets sick. The cells are embedded in the body as a whole and you can’t isolate or separate the cells from the body. Major constituents of the glycocalyx are shed from the surface of the blood vessels under disease. Intestinal bacteria alter gut and brain function. Lorraine from Idaho has a question about how much selenium to take. Also has skin tags and darks spots on her skin. Carl from Oregon has a comment about chemicals added to fruit and vegetables.
Thursday 26 April 2018
alking the glycocalyx and how it acts as an identification badge for the immune system to recognize. Plant lectins and gluten can damage and disturb the glycocalyx and the immune system will treat these cells as invaders and attack them. Plants protect themselves by producing lectins which are sticky and clog up the system. Anti lectins unclog and unstick the lectins from the glycocalyx such as NAG in Aloe Vera. High rates of type 1 diabetes found near food swamps. Jim from Colorado had blood test which concluded he has stage 2 kidney failure. Sally from California has a son with gallstones.
Friday 27 April 2018
Mushrooms and fungus are a good source of glyco nutrients. The Chinese were using cordyceps as a medicine thousands of years ago. Today there are lots of studies that back up the many benefits of cordyceps. NAG is a polysaccharide that stimulates growth and strengthens the immune system. Fucoidan and the Zradical product. Mucus protects the glycocalyx. Mucus can be produced when the immune system is activated. Dietary factors associated with a substantial portion of deaths from heart disease, stroke and disease. Richard from Florida has stage 4 kidney disease. Robert from Nevada has comments about drinking alkaline water. Ron from Minnesota has a friend with stomach cancer.
Monday 30 April 2018
Talking about the nutritional and medicinal health benefits of polysaccharides found in mushrooms and fungus like cordyceps. Kombucha tea is a fermentation of bacteria and yeast. Sea weed is a power food. Non celiac gluten sensitivity is attributed to fructans not gluten. Dementia diagnosis linked to unnecessary medication use. Dorium from Virginia has a mother who has trouble getting to sleep. Also a question about pharmaceutical made omega 3. Hyaluronic acid.<?php