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Eating Fruits and Vegetables Linked to Longer Life

submitted by: admin on 08/24/2017
  A Swedish study published in July of 2013 in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition on 71,000 people aged 45-83 followed for 13 years showed that people who eat no fruit of vegetables die about 3 years sooner. People eating even one serving fruits and veggies lived 19 months longer.  People eating less fruit and veggies were more likely...

Eating Omega 3 Fish Reduces Heart Attacks and Strokes in young Women

submitted by: admin on 09/20/2013
Women between the age of 15 and 49 may reduce their risk of developing heart attacks, strokes, and hypertension by consuming fish right in omega 3 fatty acids. Compared to women eating fish high in omega 3 fats such as salmon, mackerel, cod and herring, have a 90% less risk compared to women eating little or no fish. This study was published in the journal, Hypertension,...

Ebola Cure Suppressed with Robert Rowen, MD

submitted by: admin on 01/04/2015
Ebola has been all over the global news for months. The disease is extremely lethal and conventional treatments are ineffective. Research in the form of clinical trials are being conducted for vaccines and drugs. Despite the fact that Dr. Robert Rowen was invited by the Sierra Leone government to teach their MDs about ozone treatment for Ebola and it was enthusiastically...

Ecodentistry

submitted by: admin on 09/20/2013
Green dentistry is respectful to the environment and sets standards for dentists that are healthy for both the patient and planet. Some of these standards are defined and reviewed.        

Ecodentistry with Fred Pockrass

submitted by: admin on 09/20/2013
Going to the dentist does not have to be a scary, painful process. "Transendentistry" is a transformation to a relaxed, meditative state. Using meditation, sound cancellation, breathing techniques, special CDs, and even foot massage are part of this kind of practice.      

Ecologically Sustainable Medicine

submitted by: admin on 08/24/2017
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Educating Grade School Children about Alcoholism

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Eggs, Saturated Fat, and Cholesterol

submitted by: admin on 09/20/2013
Cholesterol is needed by the body to make bile salts for digestion, vitamin D, hormones, neurotransmitters, and cell membranes. The ratio of total cholesterol to HDL provides a metric for the development cholesterol plaque. Lowering cholesterol with drugs may have value for some situations, but it can be lowered too much and create other serious problems.        

Eight Weeks to Vibrant Health with Hyla Cass, MD.

submitted by: admin on 09/20/2013
Prescriptions are not the best answer for the everyday stresses of life. There is an epidemic of adrenalin addiction. Chronic stress can make us dependent on a chronic adrenalin response. Eventually, this leads to adrenal failure and the need to rebuild the adrenal glands. Many important nutrients become deficient and we cannot make our neurotransmitters and...

Elective Surgery and Conflicts of Interest

submitted by: admin on 08/24/2017
How do you know if the doctor that is doing your elective surgery doing what is best for you?  If you were to go to another region, would you find the doctors there would use another method?  If you have breast cancer, how do you know whether you need a mastectomy or a lumpectomy? Dr. Len and Nurse Vicki discuss what you can do to make sure...

Electro-Smog

submitted by: admin on 09/20/2013
Do cell phones cause brain cancer? Are the high levels electromagnetic fields we are exposed to important. The research behind these issues is explored.          

ELISA/ACT Testing with Russell Jaffe, MD

submitted by: admin on 09/20/2013
This is a test of immune memory in lymphocytes that lead to hyperimmune reactions. It measures the body's reactivity to chemicals in the environment. It measures delayed hypersensitivity reactions that are rarely measured in clinical practice. These are direct lymphocyte reactions to antigens in the environment.            

Embodying Life's Purpose with Steve Sisgold

submitted by: admin on 09/20/2013
Embodying life's purpose involves more than thinking. The congruency of our body and our thoughts is very revealing. Listen to your body's signals to erase self doubt and go for what you want from life. Notice how your body responds to what you think, it will reflect who you are and offer insights about how life is going.      

Embracing Stress with Dan Dunphy, PA

submitted by: admin on 09/20/2013
Stress induces cortisol production. There are three general types of stress: emotional, hypoglycemic, and pain. Over the short haul, this is a powerful protective mechanism, but over the long haul it causes immune supression, lowered serotonin levels, anxiety and insomnia,

Emotional Release Through Breathing with Nirinjan Yee

submitted by: admin on 09/20/2013
How we breathe reflects how we are. It is related to what we think and how we feel and provides valuable information about how we are functioning. Sympathetic and parasympathetic breathing patterns are reviewed. The neurophysiology of breathing is reviewed.              

Emotional Types Influence Self Awareness with Judith Orloff, MD

submitted by: admin on 09/20/2013
There are four types of emotional behavior that characterize how we repond to life and they are reviewed: linear, emotional, gushers, and the rock. Self awareness of these types provides valuable information about who we are so we can get more out of living.        

Emotional Vampires with Judith Orloff, MD

submitted by: admin on 09/20/2013
Emotional freedom is a path to intuitive, emotional and spiritual awakening. This is the path to inner peace. Emotional vampires suck you dry emotionally; they make you stop paying attention. There are different types such as the narcissist, the victim, the controller, the criticiser, and the borderline personality that use this style of behavior.          

Emotions as a Conveyor Belt of Fear with Vijaya Stallings

submitted by: admin on 09/20/2013
Emotions are constantly running through us. Thoughts come and we have an emotional response to them. We ride an emotional roller coaster when we identify these feelings as who we are rather than our true nature.            

Emphysema Overview

submitted by: admin on 09/20/2013
  This is an overview of what emphysema is and how we get it. Approaches to treatment are reviewed and steps to prevent the progression of disease offered.          

Encourage Exercise for People with Heart Disease

submitted by: admin on 08/24/2017
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