October 2017

Monday 2 October 2017
Heart disease can be reversed using lifestyle choices not prescription drugs. All prescription drugs for heart disease are toxic and have side effects and that includes aspirin. Strategies for reversing heart disease, calorie restriction, stabilizing blood sugar and reducing cortisol. Relaxation techniques like meditation and massage. Use Exercise and build connective tissue. Being active and physical activity saves lives. Gut microbes may influence multiple sclerosis progression. Another alzheimer’s drug hits the rocks. New extensive research shows coconut oil has no risk for cardiovascular disease. Cliff from San Diego is having problems with craving sugar in the evenings.

Tuesday 3 October 2017
Talking about strategies for keeping the heart healthy. There is no association between saturated fat consumption and heart disease. Saturated fats are stable unlike poly-unsaturated fats. Butter and coconut oil are saturated fats and good for the heart. The Mediterranean diet. Richard from Texas wants to wean off his prescription drugs and has had mitral valve surgery as well as a stroke. John talking about his success with loosing weight and getting off his prescription drugs.

Wednesday 4 October 2017
Repeat show from Wednesday 7 June 2017.

Thursday 5 October 2017
Repeat show from Thursday 10 August 2017.

Friday 6 October 2017
Repeat show from Tuesday 9 May 2017.

Monday 9 October 2017
The heart is primarily an electrical system and is more electrical than the brain. The medical model focuses on drugs and the chemistry of the body. The body only needs the chemicals from natural foods. Andrew Crosse did experiments with electrical currents and sand and spontaneously created acarus insects. This is known as abiogenesis or the frankenstein effect. Frontal temporal dengeneration is especially costly. Diane is doing a water fast. John from Reno has a question about net carbohydrates. Diane from Nebraska has a grandson who had his appendix removed and now he might have ADHD.

Tuesday 10 October 2017
There is nothing in the medical model that can improve heart health or heart disease. Changing the way we eat is an important strategy for heart health. Its hard to stay away from deep fried fats because our brains crave high energy foods. Use good fats like butter and coconut oil to suppresses your craving for fat. Polyphenols protect against unstable fats and sugar. Ken calling for Francis from Canada who was given a pace maker and had a valve replacement surgery for his heart and now he’s having blood pressure problems post surgery. Ernest from Texas is going 2-4 days without a bowel movement.

Wednesday 11 October 2017
Heart disease is preventable and reversible. Important nutrients for heart disease. Heart disease and Vitamin E. We need our gallbladder and bile to absorb our fatty nutrients. GUEST – Stan Dennison talking about his Total Meal Replacement and protein product.

Thursday 12 October 2017
Using fasting and calorie restriction strategies are important for all health issues and general health. Bile acids regulate cardiovascular functions. Bile is also a type of cholesterol and is effected by statin drugs. We should start our meals with vegetables to increase satiety and consume more vegetables. Vegetarianism linked to depression in men. Eating more vegetables with salt and fat causes cognitive dissonance which helps us eat less junk foods. Grace is on the ketogenic diet and is worried about loosing too much weight. Ron from Minneapolis has gas first thing in the morning. Cliff from Canada has had success with fasting one day a week.

Friday 13 October 2017
Repeat show from Thursday 13 July 2017.

Monday 16 October 2017
All meals should begin with vegetables to ensure we get enough vegetables and decrease cognitive dissonance. B vitamins and electrolytes are our life energy vitamins. Live foods are the best sources of B vitamins. General poor health and disease increased when we started processing our foods. Protein rich diet may help sooth an inflamed gut. Pain reliever linked to kidney injury in endurance runners. Free range eggs seen as tastier and more nutritious. Larry from Indiana has high blood pressure. Irene has a mother with high blood pressure.

Tuesday 17 October 2017
Eggs are themselves a cell which makes them a perfect cellular food especially the yolk. Living foods that contain cells like oyster, yeast and eggs are good source of life force energy. When we started processing food our general health started to decline. Male vegetarians are at greater risk of depression than meat eating counter parts. Parkinson’s disease is partly an autoimmune disease. Mary from Oregon has a question about glutathione taken orally. Elaine from Alaska has a question viruses and autoimmune issues. Ron from Minneapolis had success with figuring out which foods caused him gas.

Wednesday 18 October 2017
The Heisenberg uncertainty principle. Most of us are subsiding on the standard American diet which is mostly processed food and this inevitably leads to disease. Complexity theory. The idea that simplicity underlies complexity. We can use simple life style choices to take control of our health. Evidence for positive correlation between sugar and cancer. Common acid reflux medications promote chronic liver disease. Pathway between gut and liver regulates bone mass. Sunshine may lower blood pressure and boost heart health. Brian from New Hampshire has a friend who is about go on kidney dialysis because of kidney failure. Stress is just as unhealthy as junk food.

Thursday 19 October 2017
Electrolytes are found in living foods and are responsible for providing a cell its electrical energy. This dependant on the flow of electrolytes across the cell membrane. The kidneys and adrenal glands regulate the balance between sodium and potassium as well as calcium and magnesium. The heart and brain cells are dependant on electrolytes. Gut bacteria metabolism may factor into hypertension. Exercise can make cells healthier promoting longer life. Larry from Indiana is concerned he is not getting enough potassium. Sherly from California had two heart attacks and thinks it may have been due to low electrolytes. Underwear guy would like to know the difference between different types of minerals.

Friday 20 October 2017
Repeat show from Thursday 13 July 2017.

Monday 23 October 2017
Talking about cardiovascular and heart health and electrolytes. Electrolytes work by flowing into and out of cells. Drugs like calcium channel blockers disrupt this process. Electrolytes calcium, magnesium, sodium and potassium should be in balance. Vegetables taste bitter because of the medicinal compounds they contain such as polyphenols. These medicinal compounds are considered to be plant poisons used to kill bugs and predators. They are medicinal to humans in trace amounts and strengthen our bodies which is also called hormesis. Glucosinolates. Common acid reflux medication may promote chronic liver disease. Why chocolate is good for your gut. Study shows probiotics can prevent sepsis in infants. Mushrooms can be satiating as meat. Robin from Indiana has a question about a massage technique called cupping. John from Kansas has a friend with an enlarged heart. John from Texas has a question about the suffix word on minerals or the different type of minerals.

Tuesday 24 October 2017
Glucosinolates are found in cruciferous vegetables like broccoli. DIM and I3C are glucosinolates and used as oestrogen blockers for oestrogen dominance issues. Steaming broccoli and vegetables, adding butter, spices and salt makes them much more tasty. Food preservatives may disrupt human hormones and promote obesity. How safe and effective is your sun screen. Cliff from Canada is having success with fasting. Denise from Santa Cruz has a question about the progression of parkinson’s disease. Shauna from Idaho has a friend who has been diagnosed with lyme disease.

Wednesday 25 October 2017
Repeat show from Wednesday 7 June 2017.

Thursday 26 October 2017
Repeat show from Thursday 7 September 2017.

Friday 27 October 2017
The beating of our heart is dependant on electrolytes. One cell activates this wave of energy over a node of cells called the Sinoatrial node. A wave of electrical energy flows over the cells of the heart and this is a heart beat. This wave is initiated by electrolytes. The SA node is surrounded by connective tissue. The BTT is an electrolyte drink. We are told to follow a low salt diet to prevent heart disease. The link between sugar and cancer. Electrolyte issues with chronic alcohol use span social spectrum. Sylvia from New York was drugged as a child and sustained head injuries and is having twitching and neurological issues.

Monday 30 October 2017
Cellular health depends on salt however table salt is just sodium chloride. Bad health can be associated with the low salt diet. We should be restricting our sugar intake not our salt intake. The concept of a low salt diet was based on bad research. Frequent sauna bathing keeps blood pressure in check. Meditation might be a useful addition to heart healthy lifestyle and treatment. Robin from Oklahoma thinks she has lyme disease and is suffering from fatigue and neurological problems. John has comments about his health regime. Karen has been told she has high inflammation.

Tuesday 31 October 2017
The electrolytes sodium and chloride are fundamental to our health. It has never been shown that cardiovascular disease is a function of elevated salt intake. When the adrenal glands and the kidney’s are healthy they control how much salt we consume and excrete. How the ketogenic diet curbs inflammation. Researches uncover mechanism behind calorie restriction and lengthened life span. Yoga and aerobic exercise together may improve heart disease risk factors. Elaine from Alaska has question about tooth ache and osteoporosis. Carl from Oregon has some wounds from his cat.