Cancer and the New Biology of Water with Dr. Cowan
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      Cancer and the New Biology of Water

Sixty percent of the human body weight is water. Water is necessary for proper body function. Water can also work to fight cancer.

Structured water is a gel state. The gel inside cells affects cellular health, which is how tumors can form.

The trick with cancer is that the damage lives in the cytoplasm, not the nucleus with the cells.

 

Here is my list of supplements I take every morning with my Apple Fresh Green drink (ingredients below)!

You can find them in my store…and I have also hyperlinked each supplement for you for your convenience. Some of the formulas you will need to call my office for assistance 310-315-1514.

Use the Promo Code: HNY2020 for 20% off on all supplements until 2/29/20!

Apple Fresh Greens, with walnut milk, Arthroben Collagen, and almond butter

🌟 Daily Vitamin/Minerals

Apple Fresh Greens

Activated B Complex

Ultra Potent C

Vitamin D 5000

Ultra K2

Essential Minerals

Readisorb Methyl B12 spray

3ACalcium

🌟 Brain Support

Super ALC- Acetyl L Carnitine

GPC clarity

Pure PC Phosphatidyl Choline

CDP Choline

Acumen (Bacopa Extract)

Annatto E300

Annatto GG

Liposomal Glutatione (Tri-Fortify Watermelon)

Siberian Spirulina F3-BioSuperfood

🌟 Structural Support

Synovox DJD Factors

Regenemax Plus

TestoPlex Plus

Pycnogenol

Arthroben Collagen

Mycobiome, the Forgotten Fungal Community with Dr. Ghannoum
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      Mycobiome, the Forgotten Fungal Community

Small intestinal fungal overgrowth (SIFO) can lead to myriad digestive symptoms like bloating, gas, diarrhea, nausea, and more. While we need certain bacteria in our bodies for healthy function, harmful bacteria and fungi negatively impact wellness.

The body’s fungal community is known as the mycobiome.

Peptide Therapy with Dr. Holtorf
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      Peptide Therapy: Benefits of BPC 157

Peptides can restore the regulatory and rejuvenation action of the neuroendocrine immune communications and functions. Someone with chronic inflammation, peptide therapy may help.

Body protection compound (BPC) 157 is a peptide found in the gut that protects the stomach from digestive acids. BPC 157 can aid other conditions.

Essential Oils with Dr. Snyder
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      Addressing Anxiety with Essential Oils
Dr. Mariza Snyder is a wellness practitioner and the author of six books: the bestselling The DASH Diet Cookbook and The Smart Mom’s Guide to Essential Oils as well as The Low Glycemic Index Slow Cooker, The Antioxidant Counter, The Water Infusion Detox Book and The Matcha Miracle. For the past nine years she has lectured at wellness centers, hospitals, conferences, and corporations on hormone health and essential oils, nutrition, and detoxification. She is also the creator of the Women’s Balance Summit, an online event first held in 2016 with over thirty internationally acclaimed wellness experts, designed to empower women to create the health and life they deserve.
Dr. Snyder has been featured on Fox News (check it out here), MindBodyGreen (here and here), Dr. Oz, the HuffingtonPost, and in Women’s Health, Shape and Self magazines. She received her BS degree from Mills College in 2002, majoring in biochemistry, and graduated Cum Laude with a Doctorate of Chiropractic degree from Life Chiropractic College West in 2008.
Completely Keto with Dr. Kilstein
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      Completely Keto

The ketogenic diet is low-carb and high-fat. It’s taken the world by storm as a means of losing weight and wellness. Your body becomes efficient at burning fat for energy.

There are numerous health benefits to eating keto. Metabolic syndrome, diabetes, and more can be addressed with this diet. It’s best to work with a medical professional for any health changes.

Menopause Relief with Dr. Seibel
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      Pediatric Health and Neurodevelopment

Menopause is a normal stage of a woman’s life. Perimenopause often takes about seven years but can take up to 14 years. Surgery or chemotherapy can bring about early menopause.

Hormone therapy is helpful for some women, but there are other options available.

Listen as Dr. Mache Seibel joins Dr. Susanne Bennett to discuss menopause relief.

Pediatric Health and Neurodevelopment
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      Pediatric Health and Neurodevelopment

Tara Hunkin, Functional Nutritional Therapy Practitioner, Certified GAPS Practitioner, Restorative Wellness Practitioner, mother and founder of  My Child Will Thrive (website and podcast)  author and host of the Autism, ADHD and SPD Summit.

My Child Will Thrive was founded out of the frustration Tara felt when searching for explanations and solutions for her daughter.  Doctor visits left her with more questions than answers and she was forced to do the research and find her own way to help her child.  Tara’s daughter is now a thriving 15 year old, succeeding in and out of school.

Tara now supports parents of children with neurodevelopmental disorders struggling to find the right combination of treatments and therapies through educating and coaching them so that they can get the best results for their children while saving time, money and effort.

Tara continues to expand her knowledge by attending and speaking at conferences and is a member of the Medical Academy of Pediatric Special Needs, International Association of Functional Neurology and Rehabilitation, and Nutritional Therapy Association.

Healthy Eating with Dr. Fenster

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      Healthy Eating for Health Conditions

Michael S. Fenster, MD, FACC, FSCA&I, PEMBA; known to friends and fans simply as “Chef Dr. Mike,” is The Food Shaman. He is a board-certified interventional cardiologist, professional chef and best-selling author. He searches the betwixt and between pleasure and prescription serving up the truth about the delicious and the nutritious.

He currently holds several faculty and clinical teaching positions and is in process  at The University of Montana to launch one of the first college accredited courses in Culinary Medicine anywhere in the United States.

In addition to his clinical practice, he hosts a sponsored weekly show, Journeys into Quantum Food available on iTunes. This is a natural evolution from his previous hit; Code Delicious with Dr. Mike featured for several years on RadioMD. In 2016, he served as the national spokesperson for the NET Fusion Initiative sponsored by Novartis Pharmaceutical; which educated those suffering from neuroendocrine tumors (NET) and carcinoid syndrome about food choices. He was recently asked to be on the editorial board of the academic journal, The Journal of Integrative Cardiology.

Chef Dr. Mike has appeared as an expert guest on many national radio and television programs; including The Doctors, and Fox National News. In 2017 he headlined the national wellness conference, Rock Stars of Health. He currently writes a regular column for Psychology Today and has authored several books including The Fallacy of The Calorie: Why The Modern Western Diet is Killing Us and How to Stop It (Koehler Books, 2014), Ancient Eats: The Greeks and Vikings (Koehler Books, 2016) and Food Shaman: The Art of Quantum Food (Post Hill Press, June 2018), which is his latest offering.

With a refreshingly unique perspective on the salubrious and the scrumptious, The Food Shaman has never been shy about following wherever the facts lead him. With a buccaneer boldness, he traces and explores the story of food, which is our story as a society, culture, and as individuals. Health and wellness or disease and disability hang in the balance. We are not only what we eat, we eat what we are. Authenticity of self begins by honoring the wholesomeness, connectedness, and Spirit of all we ingest in all its myriad forms.

Tocotrienol Power with Dr. Tan
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      Tocotrienol Power

Dr. Barrie Tan is hailed as a trailblazer and the world’s foremost expert on vitamin E, credited with discovering tocotrienol in three major natural sources: Palm, Rice and Annatto. A scientist first and foremost, Dr. Tan earned his Ph.D. in Chemistry/Biochemistry from the University of Otago, New Zealand and spent several years as a professor at UMass. Today, his research focuses on lipid-soluble nutrients that reduce and slow chronic conditions.