Monday 1 January 2018
Repeat show from Monday 11 December 2017.
Tuesday 2 January 2018
The pineal gland is saturated with blood which means it is susceptible to blood toxicity especially fluoride and calcium causing calcification. The pineal gland is a light sensitive gland and is controlled by the day and night cycle. This in turn regulates hormones like melatonin. Our bodies are designed to grow in the summer when the sun produces more red light. Cholesterol is critical for growth and repair and anti-ageing. Flavonoids found in blueberries and other berries can boost cervical cancer therapy. Risks and benefits of cannabis in dermatology. Ron from Minneapolis is not processing protein correctly due to kidney problems causing foamy urine. John from Oklahoma has a question about baking soda and the kidneys.
Wednesday 3 January 2018
The pineal gland is controlled by rhythms of light and the cycles of day and night which effects the production of hormones like melatonin and serotonin. How we process light effects how we process sugar. Disease can be reversed using life style choices. Elevated blood sugar and insulin cause a rise in cholesterol. Diabetes drugs significant reverses memory loss in mice with alzheimer’s. High glucose levels could impair ferroelectricity in the body’s connective tissue. Danny has been experiencing pancreatic issues and diarrhoea.
Thursday 4 January 2018
The pineal gland senses light from the outside environment and this stimulates growth, repair and immunity chemistry. This includes the major life management molecule cholesterol. Cholesterol is your biochemical best friend. Good and bad cholesterol are marketing terms not scientific terms. The connection between high cholesterol and pineal gland dysfunction or calcification. Be careful with melatonin hormone supplements, but they can lower cholesterol and improve sleep. Burping and belching is a natural digestive process. However it can be connected to other health issues. Elaine from Alaska has a comment about Win Hof. Also has a patient who had a seizure and doctors said it was the corpus callosum. Don from Georgia has a question about the symptoms of adrenal fatigue.
Friday 5 January 2018
The circadian rhythms are a control factor for our metabolism. Artificial lighting and disruptions to the circadian rhythms are related to metabolic syndrome. Cholesterol is an important molecule for building our hormones and cell membranes. Serotonin is a sun shine hormone and a day time management hormone. Artificial light emits blue light where as sunlight emits more red light. Effect of retinol in preventing squamous cell skin cancer. Tony from California is a healthy and strapping 82 year old. Anne from California has been struggling with depression.
Monday 8 January 2018
The pineal gland responds to the light of the sun and this stimulates the hormones serotonin and melatonin. Eat serotonin containing foods in the morning. Serotonin syndrome. Diagnosis of disease is only there to classify you. Disease is a sign that the body is adjusting to a change in environment. Want a better work out, just breath. Virus could treat brain tumours by boosting immune system. Elizabeth from California is using the Youngevity products for kidney issues but is not seeing any results. She also doesn’t like the taste of the Beyond Tangy Tangerine.
Tuesday 9 January 2018
Repeat show from Monday 30 May 2016.
Wednesday 10 January 2018
Repeat show from Wednesday 6 December 2017.
Thursday 11 January 2018
Repeat show from Thursday 7 December 2017.
Friday 12 January 2018
Repeat show from Friday 8 December 2017.
Monday 15 January 2018
The light from the sun controls our bodies and our master hormones melatonin and serotonin. The pineal gland has light sensing cells just like the retina of the eye. The two colours of the sun are blue and red. Blue light has a suppressant effect on melatonin which makes us feel more energized. Serotonin helps us handle the stresses of daily life. Cortisol spikes first thing in the morning. Whole eggs better for muscle building and repair than egg whites. Prostate tumours tend to be slow growing and self contained and effected buy fat metabolism. Ester from Pasadena has a husband with digestive issues and a swelling in his foot. Doug from Kansas has a question about tinnitus and a SueroViv bronze 3-day cleanse. Tom is dealing with acid reflux or gerd.
Tuesday 16 January 2018
Serotonin and melatonin are similar in structure but they have opposite properties and effects. Serotonin is a day time management hormone. “Chemical imbalance” is a marketing term. Melatonin could be considered part hormone and part vitamin. There are many components in breast milk that are not in formula milk. Melatonin is also produced in the digestive system. The benefits of melatonin supplementation. Could melatonin be the key to healthy ageing. Researchers identified new melatonin based molecular targets that will allow new drugs against Parkinson’s. Psilocybin helps depressed patients reconnect with their emotions. Dave from Colorado has a question about taking melatonin and not feeling sleepy. Don from Georgia has a question about gallbladder pain. Eric from South Carolina has been using the Beyond Tangy Tangerine and has been getting some side effects.
Wednesday 17 January 2018
Helena Rubinstein and topical skin care. Tolerance problems when taking melatonin. Melatonin and acid reflux or gerd. Ray from California was diagnosed with lou gehrig’s disease or amyotrophic lateral sclerosis ALS. Curtis from west Virginia has a question about vitamin C or ascorbic acid.
Thursday 18 January 2018
Melatonin is helpful for digestive system and stomach ulcers. The cause of ulcers is not too much stomach acid but the bacteria Helicobacter pylori or H. pylori. H.pylori thrives in a low acid environment. We need our stomach acid. Researchers have worked out how to starve cancer. Mike from Colorado has a branch venous occlusion in his eye. Lyn from New Jersey has a friend with insufficient hormone production. Jennifer has tried to get off the birth control pill and her acne returned.
Friday 19 January 2018
There is no good reason to put fluoride in the water. Cortisol is an important energizing feel good hormone and cortisol deficiencies can cause us to feel bad. Cortisol shuts down the immune system and this is one way the medical model treats the body for things like rheumatoid arthritis. Inflammation is a defensive response however chronic inflammation can cause damage and cause disease. Cortisol, hypothyroidism and elevated cholesterol. Flu maybe spread just by breathing. Elaine from Alaska has a comment about making the Beyond Tangy Tangerine taste better. Also has a question about castor oil. Jim is going to have a knee replacement surgery and wants to know about pre surgery nutrition.
Monday 22 January 2018
Cortisol only becomes a problem when it is secreted in a chronic long term fashion. Chronic exposure to cortisol causes cortisol resistance and deficiencies. Cortisol first spikes in the morning. We have physiological stress as well as mental and emotional stress. Blood pressure medication and cancer. Mark from Texas has a friend who went for a bone density test and they want to give her Forteo. Caroline from Seattle has a question about cortisol and cortizone.
Tuesday 23 January 2018
Steroid drugs like prednisone tell your body that it is constantly under stress. These drugs also suppresses the immune system. Acne and oily skin can be related to cortisol. As we get older we should be trying to stabilize our cortisol. Flu infection study increases our understanding of natural immunity. Onions could hold the key to fighting antibiotic resistance. Sherly from California has AFib and has had strokes and is on blood thinner drugs. Gary from Minnesota had a slip on some black ice and broke his humerus.
Wednesday 24 January 2018
Both deficiencies and excesses in cortisol can be a problem. The diagnosis of disease lends itself to business and profit. Use symptoms like feeling jittery, wired or insomnia to tell you about your cortisol levels. Cortisol can cause weight gain and skin sensitivity issues. Cortisol is made from cholesterol. Kombucha tea is a source of acetic acid. Jo from Pennsylvania has a question about boswellic acid in frankincense. Also a question about carbon 60. Brent from Missouri is trying to follow the ketogenic diet and has a question about fasting and taking supplements.
Thursday 25 January 2018
Repeat show from Thursday 21 December 2017.
Friday 26 January 2018
Repeat show from Friday 22 December 2017.