Friday 1 May 2015
Repeat show from Thursday 1 May 2014.
Monday 4 May 2015
Talking about skin health. The skin is an organ like any other organ in the body and not just a covering for the body. The skin is an extension of the brain to sense the external environment. Anne from Canada has been diagnosed with osteoporosis and degenerative disc disease and is taking premarin. GUEST – Janis Heaphy Durham author of The Hand on the Mirror, Life Beyond Death. Talking about near death experiences. How she came to research the subject of consciousness. http://www.thehandonthemirror.org.
Tuesday 5 May 2015
Talking about skin health. Skin care ingredients. The structure of the skin. The surface of the skin is about as thick as piece of paper. Understanding the surface of the skin to properly utilize topical skin care. How to get active substances through the surface of the skin into the blood. There are only two significant topical ingredients that will make it into the dermis of the skin and they are retinol and vitamin C – ascorbyl. Gina from Texas has a daughter with rosacea. Rose has a question about glutamine and glutathione. Also a question about folic acid. Also a question about vitamin E and mixed tocopherols and tocotrienols. David has a sister with the herpes virus.
Wednesday 6 May 2015
Talking about topical skin care products and their ingredients. Moisturisers are actually anti-moisturising and induce dry skin. Skin should never be dry. Skin care products usually contain the same sort of ingredients. How to read an ingredient deck. The first ingredient on the list is the ingredient that is in the highest concentration and is usually water. Ben’s products have 5% retinol. Mary from Michigan has heart arrhythmia, IBS and bad circulation. Has a question about taking too many probiotics. Also a question about bone soup. GUEST – Keith Mcleod from Block-it Pocket. The Block-it Pocket protects you from the harmful effects of mobile phones. It also protects your privacy. http://www.blockitpocket.com
Thursday 7 May 2015
Talking about skin health and vitamin A. Water soluble nutrients and fat soluble nutrients. The water soluble nutrients help conduct electrical energy in fluids in the body. Electrolytes. Water soluble nutrients get urinated out of the body and need to be constantly replaced. Alzheimer’s disease and water soluble vitamins. Chlorine, tap water and the skin. Vitamin C and chlorine. Coach Cosmo check out his Youtube channel, https://www.youtube.com/user/coachcosmo. His mother has broken a bone in her hand and is now recovering from surgery. Mary from Michigan is on her second day of fasting for IBS. Has a question about inulin. Rick from Alabama has a thyroid problem based on a test and had gastritis problems.
Friday 8 May 2015
Talking about topical skin care using vitamin A and C. We also need to use vitamin A and C internally for skin health. Vitamin C and it protective properties from the sun. Sun screen creams and the toxic chemicals they contain. Kreg from North Carolina has a brother who is taking levothyroxine. Steve is having trouble getting hold of vitamin E and tocotrienols. Also a question about liquid magnesium and a question about supplements that are out of date. GUEST – Dr. James Ehrlich talking about the fruit bergamot and metabolic syndrome. The bergamot fruit contains high concentrations of polyphenols. The health benefits of polyphenols and the BergaMet product especially for the circulatory system and blood vessels. http://bergamethealth.com/dr-ehrlich. http://brightsidehealthproducts.com.
Monday 11 May 2015
Repeat show from Thursday 20 June 2013.
Tuesday 12 May 2015
Repeat show from Monday 16 September 2013.
Wednesday 13 May 2015
Repeat show from Wednesday 21 August 2013.
Thursday 14 May 2015
Repeat show from Wednesday 21 August 2013.
Friday 15 May 2015
Repeat show from Thursday 28 February 2013.
Monday 18 May 2015
The skin is an organ just like any other organ in the body. Topical skin care products should have fatty liposomal vitamin C and retinol. The skin is the last place that the body will deliver nutrients to if there is a nutritional deficiency. Vitamin C, ascorbic acid deficiencies and scurvy. Vitamin C and collagen production. Jessica from Michigan has a boyfriend with Seborrheic Keratosis. Shane from North Carolina has a question about removing skin tags. Wes from Idaho has a question about vitamin K.
Tuesday 19 May 2015
How to address all health issues. Reversing degenerative disease and illness. The skin quickly responds to life styles changes. The structure of the skin. The hard top layer of the skin. Dry skin and Vaseline. Daniel from Texas would like to know which multivitamin Ben recommends. Angel from Ohio has concerns about vitamin K and blood clots. Also has a question about dark skin and sun burns. Sickle cell anaemia. Steve from Virginia has a friend with pressure in the eyes or glaucoma.
Wednesday 20 May 2015
Talking about dry skin and skin moisturising products. To treat skin health issues effectively, address the problems within the body. Dry skin is a sign of a lack of fatty nutrients. Modern marketing of the drug, cosmetic and food industries. The history of Vaseline and dry skin. Vitamin C and skin health. David from Oklahoma has a question about castor oil and the skin. Also has a question about hydrogen peroxide. Frank from Illinois has children who suffer from acne and they are trying to use Proactiv to treat it. Beta-carotene is not vitamin A.
Thursday 21 May 2015
Skin health issues are a sign of an internal problem within the body. To treat skin health issues effectively we must address the issues within the body. Skin moisturisers only provide temporary relief from dry skin. Story about a lady who has joint problems and is congested at night. Focus on the body as a whole not just the working parts. GUEST – Dr. James Ehrlich talking about his background work and what subjects he specializes in. The bergamot fruit and the bergamet product. Metabolic syndrome and insulin resistance. Erectile dysfunction. Bergamot is grown in Italy. http://bergamethealth.com/dr-ehrlich
Friday 22 May 2015
To address skin health issues we have to address the body and build the body. Giving your digestive system a break by fasting. Lack of oxygen in the pores of the skin has been linked to acne. Suffocation, starvation and toxification of the cells. Dry skin and the moisturising products industry. Dry skin and essential fatty acid absorption. Uncle Jed from Kentucky has stopped using topical skin care products. Steve from Virginia has a question about sauna’s and a question about gingivitis. Tom from Nevada has been recommended to have a root canal.
Monday 25 May 2015
Repeat show from Wednesday 27 march 2013.
Tuesday 26 May 2015
Talking about skin health issues and how they relate to the whole body. Take notice of what athletes and body builders are doing to build a strong healthy body. Anabolism, catabolism and metabolism. A body in distress will not be in building mode. The skin is a fast regenerating organ. Dry skin. Shaun has a daughter who has been suffering from constipation. Judy from Montana has chronic obstructive pulmonary disease or COPD and psoriasis. Rose from Virginia has a friend with cartilage problems.
Wednesday 27 May 2015
Talking about skin health. The health of the body is our own responsibility and not the doctors business. Prescription drugs block and inhibit processes in the body. Alzheimer’s is arthritis of the brain. The skin is a fast regenerating organ. Fermented foods and probiotics. Charles from Michigan has adrenal fatigue and profuse sweating which smells bad. Cindy was going through psychotropic withdrawal and has managed to stop taking most of her prescription drugs. She is dealing with insomnia and problems sleeping. Mike from Colorado has a pain in his lower left abdomen.
Thursday 28 May 2015
Taking care of the skin from the inside of the body. Focus on digestive wellness. Getting yourself off prescription drugs is a key step to restoring your health. Ductal hypoxia. Reducing micro inflammation. Dry skin and moisturising products. Using topical retinol and vitamin C for dry skin. Letter from Bellinda who has had her thyroid removed. Rachel from Montana has a baby that was born prematurely and she having trouble breast feeding and is on formula. Ron from Texas has a family member with a cyst on their kidney. Eileen from west Virginia has knee pain.
Friday 29 May 2015
Talking about dry skin or xerosis and using topical nutrients like vitamin A and vitamin C. Vitamin C is a summer time vitamin that signals growth and thrival. Sun screen creams and their toxic properties. Vitamin C and its protective properties. Topical vitamin C is not a sun screen but helps with healing and has anti-inflammatory benefits. Fat soluble vitamin C. Nancy from Tennessee has a question about NAC and DAME. Lipofuscin. Guy from Arizona is pre-diabetic and has sleep apnoea and low testosterone. Angel from Ohio has a question about washing her face in urine. Steve from Virginia has a question about which vitamin C to take internally.