Monday 1 March 2021 Talking about the benefits of butyrate. Short chain fatty acids and their cardiac benefits. Multiple sclerosis MS, melatonin and gut microbiome derived butyrate are involved with the immunity of MS. Important roles of gut microbiome and gut permeability in the pathophysiology of MS multiple sclerosis. Chris from Texas has a comment about recent CPAC Kristi Noem speech. GUEST – Dr Dean Finelli. The COVID19 vaccines. Dean is pro vaccine. Talking about the ingredients that go into the vaccines.
Tuesday 2 March 2021 Butyrate and the benefits of fibre on the digestive system. Gut bacteria prevent atherosclerosis progression by producing and maintaining the bacterial balance, the intestinal barrier function and the expression of various genes. Deficiencies in butyrate can cause leaky gut syndrome. Hidradenitis suppurativa. Pam from California has a question about sound wave TR therapy. The stem cell machine. GUEST – Nathan A. Perez. The 20-Minute Networking Meeting – Executive Edition: Learn to Network. Get a Job, by Marcia Ballinger and Nathan A. Perez. The skills and 5 important steps of how to Network.
Wednesday 3 March 2021 Lipopolysaccharide LPS or endo-toxins can end up in the blood stream. There is a link between LPS cardiovascular health and heart disease as well as Butyrate deficiencies and dysbiosis. The problems with the china study and epidemiology. Promising Alzheimer’s pill could stop disease in its track. The amyloid plaques form because Alzheimer’s is called type 3 diabetes. Leo from Pennsylvania has a question about the ATP found in animal products. Also a question about potassium. GUEST – Shawn Baker author of The Carnivore Diet. Is there enough vitamin C in meat? Heterocyclic amines aromatic hydrocarbons HCA’s. Also asks if fibre is important for intestinal health and gut bacteria.
Thursday 4 March 2021 Talking about butyrate, fasting, the ketogenic diet and appetite suppression. Fibre and the microbiome. Starting meals off with carbohydrate will increase dysglycemia. Tony has a comment about being vaccinated and being infected with COVID19 is the same thing. Elaine has a comment about a book called the emotion code. GUEST – Jill Hewlett author of Common Sense, Uncommonly Practised and Uncommon sense put in practice.
Friday 5 March 2021 Talking about why plants and fibre in the diet is important. We maybe able to survive on a carnivore diet however its undeniable the health benefits of vegetables. Topical uses for protein enzymes. Life styles choices and the COVID19 vaccine. Kurtis from Canada has a comment about getting a more fatal reaction from the vaccine than the COVID19 virus itself. GUEST – Faye Mandell author of Self Powerment. Genuine self-empowerment Emotional health and well being.
Monday 8 March 2021 Repeat show from Thursday 4 February 2021.
Tuesday 9 March 2021 Talking about digestive enzymes and metabolic enzymes. Cooking can destroy enzymes so raw food is important. Life can be a mirror of what’s happening in the subconscious. Dream can be a window in to the subconscious. Humans don’t have cellulose enzymes so we can’t break down cellulose. GUEST – Kelly Sullivan Walden author of The Hero’s Journey Dream Oracle. Why are dreams important. The symbolic nature of dreams.
Wednesday 10 March 2021 Talking about the life force of enzymes. Supplements are important but we need to be eating the life force. Digestive enzymes and metabolic enzymes. Higher consumption of fruit and vegetables is associated with lower risk of death. More vegetables than fruits. Pamela from California has a comment about healing cancer in animals. GUEST – Susan Miller talking about current events from the astrological perspective.
Thursday 11 March 2021 Talking about importance of enzymes. The length of an organisms life is inversely proportional to the rate of exhaustion of the enzyme potential of that organism. Tinnitus, enzymes and inflammation. GUEST – Jennifer Coy talking about female hormones and issues. Endometriosis and hysterectomy. Birth control medication. Progesterone.
Friday 12 March 2021 Talking about the importance of enzymes. More fatty fruits and vegetables have more proteases enzymes in them. Chew your food, mastication. Your body adapts its enzymes to the foods you eat. Foods that already contain enzymes will spare your own enzymes. GUEST – Elaina George MD author of Big Medicine: The Cost of Corporate Control and How Doctors and Patients Working Together Can Rebuild a Better System. Problems with the COVID vaccine.