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Dr. Berkson's Best Health Radio Podcast

Dr. Devaki Lindsey Berkson shares decades of experience as a hormone and nutrition specialist to help you live a healthier, happier life. Disclaimer: The entire contents of these podcasts are based upon the opinions of Dr. DL Berkson, unless otherwise noted. Individual discussions are based upon the opinions of the respective individuals, based on their research, experience and communities. The information on this podcast or any related websites are not intended to replace a one-on-one relationship with a qualified health care professional and is not intended as medical advice from practitioners that know your personal medical situation. All material is educational and is intended only as a sharing of knowledge and information from the research and experience of Dr. Berkson and her community. Dr. Berkson encourages you to make your own health care decisions based upon your research and in partnership with a qualified health care professional. If you are pregnant, nursing, taking medication, or have a medical condition, you must consult with your health care professional before using protocols or products based on any of this content.
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Mar 7, 2017

Dr. Berkson highlights foods that help prevent primary and recurrent cancers. She emphasizes blue pigments in foods, like purple cabbage, purple carrots, purple cauliflower, radicchio, black rice, blueberries, blackberries, and more. Blue pigments are called anthocyanins and have been shown to fight daughter cancer cells and even cancer stem cells, which are the cells that create the highest risk of recurrence. Blue foods have been repeated shown in laboratory studies to kill ER+ breast cancer cells. Berkson discusses a rainbow diet filled with diverse polyphenolic protective compounds, as well as specific kinds of protective brassica (broccoli) family type foods. She busts the soy debate. 

Evidence clearly shows, beyond a doubt that women do not need to avoid whole "unprocessed" soy foods (if you oncologist told you this he or she does not know the well-replicated scientific literature that has put the soy issue at rest). Soy reduces risk of recurrence by up-regulating estrogen receptor beta signals linked to reducing cancer cell growth. But this is referring to organic non-GMO soy foods. Processed soy foods like hydrolyzed soy proteins and isolated flavones are linked to worsening cancer issues as they are “processed” foods, which act differently that whole natural unprocessed or fermented soy. Soy foods also have been found to help with weight reduction by replacing higher caloric and pro-inflammatory red meat meals. Berkson addresses the role of fat cells, adipocytes, on breast cancer, as well as vitamin C, melatonin, mushrooms, Vitamin D, and exercise. Chemo kills cancer cells but also damages affect gut wall cells that need to replace themselves almost twice a week and thus need vitamin A and folate for this healthy on-going cellular replication. Berkson points a finger at excess alcohol intake rampant in today's society as increasing risk of primary and recurrent cancers She discusses the role of oxytocin as a protector of breast tissue, attitude as a risk factor in post-cancer outcomes, and the toxic role that smoking plays in trying to stay remission free. Berkson discusses new laboratory research showing that inhaled resveratrol extract (an antimicrobial chemical substance produced by plants to protect against infection and stress) protects lung tissue against adverse effects of aging and disease. 

This suggests that grapes, red wine and resveratrol supplements are potential lung anti-aging agents and may also be helpful when trying to maintain remission. Berkson then focuses the spot light on omega-7 fatty acids to up-regulate anti-inflammatory genes that tamp down nasty inflammation, especially in the gut, and even in patients with inflammatory bowel diseases like ulcerative colitis. 

A Mayo study is presented, that was double-blind, randomized, and placebo-controlled run on 20 patients with ulcerative colitis. Macadamia extract, 720 mg/day of Cis-palmitoleic acid, was orally administered for 8 weeks and gut inflammation monitored before and after. The author's concluded that cis-palmitoleic acid as co- adjuvant therapy for 8 weeks decreased the inflammatory activity in the gut of UC patients and is a good adjunctive tool. Go here for Berkson's to die-for macadamia sugar-free sinful tasting raw and easy to make mac pudding that is high in omega-7 fatty acid and helps fight unhealthy inflammation —

https://drlindseyberkson.com/berksons-seed-only-muffins-with-mac-pudding-on-top/

There is a newly appreciated role for Magnesium and green veggies on heart health. Supplementation with magnesium was found to improve heart rate variability (HRV). HRV is the variation in the times between heartbeats. HRV reflects balance between signals to the heart from the parasympathetic and sympathetic nervous systems. It suggests how ZEN and healthy you heart is or is not.

Low HRV now appears to suggest a disruption in proper balance between the sympathetic and parasympathetic signaling to the heart. This often occur secondary to a variety of increased stressors such as emotional stress or nutrient deficiencies, like insufficient magnesium inside the red blood cell (RBC magnesium). 

In this randomized, controlled, 90-day study, 400 mg of magnesium combined with strength-endurance training improved HRV. This study shows that magnesium supplementation can help persons with mental and physical stress as well as health conditions linked to insufficient magnesium such as heart disease, chronic pain, headaches, heart arrhythmias, restlessness, irritability, lack of concentration, sleep disorders, or even depression. 

Olive oil helps your heart health, too. A Mediterranean diet, especially enriched with virgin olive oil, improves the functionality (how it works) of high-density lipoprotein, your good cholesterol,  even in patients at high risk for heart disease. 

A Mediterranean diet rich in virgin olive oil helps the body in diverse ways especially reduce the risk of heart attack and stroke by:

-----removing excess cholesterol from arteries,

-----being a powerful antioxidant, and

-----keeping blood vessels stay more flexible and open (patent).


What else helps your heart health? Regular, satisfying orgasms. See sexybrainsystem.com

Minerva Gastroenterol Dietol. 2017 Feb 9. doi: 10.23736/S1121-421X.17.02367-4. Effect of Cis-palmitoleic acid (an omega-7 fatty acid) supplementation on inflammation and expression of HNF4γ, HNF4α and IL-6 in patients with ulcerative colitis: a double-blind, randomized pilot study.

Fortschr Med. 2016;158(Suppl 6):12-6.

Mar 3, 2017

Russ Jaffe MD PhD CNS is one of the fathers of functional nutritional medicine. Initially Dr. Jaffe was a coagulation specialist and also worked in regulatory medicine at the NIH. He heard of some alternative practitioners getting better results than many medical interventions. Being a Doubting Thomas and proactive on "rhoids" he went to check it out. Dr. Jaffe saw the many results of alternative care, like acupuncture. Due to his agile mind and spiritual nature, within time Dr. Jaffe became a moving force in integrative medicine himself. On this show, Dr. Jaffe discusses the 8 predictive biomarkers that clearly identify future risk of disease.  These are available for self-ordering at betterlabtestsnow.comunder the label of predictive biomarkers. 

Dr. Jaffe has trained 10,000 doctors in interpreting these results. Dr. J. feels that these tests give much more practical information than the typical yearly blood panels run by many facilities. Dr. Jaffe helped begin the higher board nutrition certification called the CNS.  Dr. J speaks about how to eat healthier, live healthier and walk your talk to give a higher probability of a healthier future. In this podcast, as in the first, Dr. J. combines scientific word-smithing with spiritual acumen (the Dalai Lama is his daughter's godfather) and much more. Dr. Jaffe says that sophisticated testing and nutrition are the real tools to survive this toxic present 21st Century.

Mar 3, 2017

Russ Jaffe MD PhD CNS is one of the fathers of functional nutritional medicine. Initially Dr. Jaffe was a coagulation specialist and also worked in regulatory medicine at the NIH. He heard of some alternative practitioners getting better results than many medical interventions. Being a Doubting Thomas and proactive on "rhoids" he went to check it out. Dr. Jaffe saw the many results of alternative care, like acupuncture. Due to his agile mind and spiritual nature, within time Dr. Jaffe became a moving force in integrative medicine himself. On this show, Dr. Jaffe discusses the 8 predictive biomarkers that clearly identify future risk of disease.  These are available for self-ordering at betterlabtestsnow.comunder the label of predictive biomarkers. 

Dr. Jaffe has trained 10,000 doctors in interpreting these results. Dr. J. feels that these tests give much more practical information than the typical yearly blood panels run by many facilities. Dr. Jaffe helped begin the higher board nutrition certification called the CNS.  Dr. J speaks about how to eat healthier, live healthier and walk your talk to give a higher probability of a healthier future. In this podcast, as in the first, Dr. J. combines scientific word-smithing with spiritual acumen (the Dalai Lama is his daughter's godfather) and much more. Dr. Jaffe says that sophisticated testing and nutrition are the real tools to survive this toxic present 21st Century.

Feb 28, 2017

Dr. Lindsey Berkson discusses how the power of food is not just in our food choices, but in how much we eat. This podcast is on the power of "less food." 

Dr. Berkson shares how "caloric restriction" helps us live younger longer and may now be used to treat some illnesses, such as reverse some cases of type-2 diabetes. It's long been repeatedly observed in pockets of humanity where people live longer and healthier, that eating less is one way to slow down the Mac Truck of Aging. But how? Brigham Young University researchers, in a mouse model, suggest it comes down to our "ribosomes." Ribosomes make proteins. They work 24/7 to do this. Since they work so hard, malfunctions can and do occur. Caloric restriction allows ribosomes to have extra time to repair. More repair and cellular "reboot" slow down the aging process and creates healthier cellular processes. So how do we give ribosomes more time to repair? By eating less. Restriction of calories creates an almost linear increase in lifespan as well as a healthier lifespan. It turns out that constantly eating three meals a day along with snacks, is not the best template to take in nutrition. Ribosomes like "time-out." Calorically restricted mice, compared to mice who were allowed to eat all they wanted, were more energetic and suffered with fewer diseases, as well as lived longer. 

Food is not just a substance to be burned. It signals our bodies how to respond and how life might unfold. Eating less food at various times, called "intermittent fasting" allows our bodies to rest, repair and reset our internal cellular systems.  

Dietary changes of less food and less sugars and carbohydrates, have been shown to reverse both pre-diabetes and overt diabetes, even in patients with long term serious illnesses. The Department of Medicine at The University of Tennessee Health Science Center and the Department of Preventive Medicine at the The University of Tennessee Health Science Center used eating less carbs and more protein to reverse pre-diabetes in males and females.

We are also now seeing caloric restriction reverse type-2 diabetes. Dr. Jason Fung, a nephrologist from Canada, has been reversing type-2 diabetes (not type-1). This is not new. Diabetologists were using caloric restriction to treat type-2 diabetes 100 years ago. Dr. Fung has been using variations on a theme of caloric restriction to reverse insulin resistance, normalize blood sugar, and get type-2 diabetics off many meds and live healthier and leaner lives. Type-2 diabetes has been repeatedly shown to be reversed by three ways: bariatric surgery, fasting and with keto-genic diets. What do they all have in common? Caloric restriction. Eating less calories and eating less sugars. These dietary changes rapidly move unhealthy fat out of the liver and pancreas. This often occurs within one to four weeks, long before huge amounts of weight have been lost. When fatty liver and pancreas begin to reverse, insulin resistance improves (IR). IR, says Dr. Fung, is the true cause of type-2 diabetes, not high blood sugars. Thus, one of the main goals in treating and possibly reversing type-2 diabetes is healing IR. Traditional diabetic care aims at lowering blood glucose. This is treating the symptom, not the root cause. Well performed studies have shown that tighter control of blood sugar in type-2 diabetics does not improve the health of these people and often increases all cause-mortality. At sensible times, eating less turns out to be part of eating wiser.

Feb 21, 2017

The earth is supersaturated with toxic chemicals, so our environment issues have entered into our health care problems and solutions. What we eat, how we get the bad stuff out of us, detox and better predictive blood tests to assess health, must all move mainstream. In fact, Dr. Jaffe shares that any person can go to betterlabtestsnow.com and order a new assessment compilation of tests called "8 predictive biomarkers, that reveal you your risk of illness within the next 10 years much more accurately than typical yearly blood tests. Dr. Jaffe has trained 10,000 Md's in interpreting these tests and in his next talk will let us know how to get a hold of one these docs.

Dr. Jaffe was a coagulation specialist and regulatory physician at the NIH and was a "Doubting Thomas" about functional medicine. He heard of a Chinese acupuncturist getting much better results than typical Md's, so he traveled to Boston to see for himself. He ended up being a personal student of this doctor for an intensive 8-year program and then went much deeper into alternative and nutritional care.

A few examples of his many contributions to molecular biology and clinical diagnostics include:

  1. Early colon cancer detection tests 
  2. Predictive tests of cardiovascular health and function based on changes in blood clotting and systemic repair status.

Once he got the bug, Dr. J dove deeper into integrative care (combing functional and allopathic care together) so he has the privilege of contributing to the “birth” of modern integrative medicine.  He's published over 100 articles. He trains other Md's and has contributed to both practical contributions to clinical medicine as well as to healthcare policy. Dr. J. says he gave Dr. Berkson's Hormone Deception book (one of the 1st breakthrough books on hormone disruptors) to many regulatory folks at the NIH. He credits three women with major impact on environmental perspective and healthcare: Rachel Carson, Dr. Theo Coburn and Dr. Berkson. But Dr. J feels that Berkson had the courage to publish about detox before others, and now he too feels that detox must move mainstream. His daughter's godfather is the Dalai Lama and he was recorded surrounded by Tibetan pray flags, and with wind chimes humming... so this is a fascinating, pragmatic and inspiring radio show.

Feb 10, 2017

Dr. Berkson shares science-based steps to protect the glia cells in your brain that "feed" and "protect" brain and central nervous system nerves (neurons). If glia cells age, we age. Protecting glia cells is demonstrated to slow down brain aging, which is the real deal in achieving effective anti-aging. Berkson goes through what glia cells are, how they have been identified in corpse research to protect the brain as they do. She shares exact steps you can add into your daily life to keep your brain healthier, younger and more cognitively fit by care-taking these brain-supportive cells. Dr. Berkson explains "autophagy" and it's role with glia cells. She gives tips on tamping down unhealthy neuroinflammation (brain on fire) to reduce brain issues from migraines and brain fog to Parkinson's and Alzheimer's. Learn the one healthy and tasty food shown to reboot anti-cancer stem cells as well a glial function. Be amazed at Nrf2 activators that you can have in your fridge and meals as well as which turmeric compounds are 80% absorbable compared to only 8%. Learn what exercise has to do with your testosterone levels and hippocampal brain health, and more!

Feb 3, 2017

DR STEPHANIE SENEFF Senior Research Scientist at MIT Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory. Dr. Seneff explores the intersection between biology and computation, with an emphasis on human health and the environment. Dr. S discusses on this show: toxic chemicals causing micro-nutrient deficiencies, such as pesticides making us manganese deficient which then promotes mitochondrial dysfunction, autism and even cognitive decline. Dr. S. goes into depth on glyphosphates (Roundup) as being a pivotal cause of the rise of autism spectrum, gluten issues, Rheumatoid Arthritis, ALS, and even supports a new perspective of adverse consequences of vaccines. Dr. Seneff explains that non-veggie gel capsules of most supplements contains robust levels of Roundup as it is fed to the animal sources these capsules come from. Dr. Seneff is especially interested in combating diseases with wise, organic food choices. She shares what she eats (or rather her husband cooks, lucky duck). Seneff says that sulfur doesn't get enough respect. It is our micronutrient, hormonal and neurotransmitter Uber, transporting and maintaining healthy reserves of nutrients throughout the body. Dr. Seneff has authored 24 peer-reviewed journal papers over the past few years on these topics. She's been called a controversial scientist and a genius. Seneff and Berkson go at a speed that requires you to have full focus, inspires awe, enjoyment and lots of helpful info. She explains that Roundup might be the main reason why the US has astronomical health care costs. Glyphosate gets into proteins, by mistake, in place of glycine. This has huge adverse consequences throughout the body, damaging methylation, rinsing folate out of tissues, and partially explains the epidemic in opioid drug abuse. This chemical is scattered throughout your supermarket cart, in your your kid's crackers, cereals, and even inorganic garbanzo beans. Listen and really learn!

Jan 25, 2017

Dr. Erica Elliott pioneer in environmental medicine. Author of Prescriptions For A Healthy House. Dr. EE started as a family practice doctor but didn't like "pill pushing" and ended up getting ill secondary to a "sick building," which changed the course of how she practices and writes about medicine. Dr. EE discusses the symptoms of toxicity from unhealthy environments and some natural answers to treat them. She describes a dramatic case of a woman who was treated as a psychiatric patient for severe major depression for years, which turned out to be a chronic gas leak in her home (she loved to cook and used the stove often). Dr. EE has a blog she invites you to read and share that deals with medical controversies. Dr. Elliott and Dr. Berkson have taught two conferences on dealing with, and conquering severe illness—in Santa Fe, and at the Omega Institute. You can read Dr. Elliott's blog (soon to be published in a book) here: http://www.musingsmemoirandmedicine.com

 

Jan 18, 2017

Dr. Catherine Hansen is a board certified gynecologist with a fellow in intimacy, hormones and menopause. She discusses that the most common problem in her practice is that women are globally exhausted and overwhelmed and then this seeds diverse disease. She discusses mindfulness in life and how that feeds the body. You can only have with another person (spouse, kids, office mates, friends) that which you have with yourself. If you are on empty inside, all your relationships suffer. With simple 5 minute steps that we discuss you can turn this around. We each have inside ourselves natural pharmacy cornucopia that we can access to gain energy, balance and health. We discuss how to do this by yourself, for yourself, for you own health and the health of all your relationships.

Get more information and a free gift from Dr. Lindsey Berkson at http://drlindseyberkson.com

Jan 13, 2017
Berkson was a yogini for 25 years and lived with swami Satchidananda. She gives a very specific easy breath tool, finding the crossroads of your breath and nudging it where it helps heal, make suffering less and hope more. It is difficult not to judge but we should never judge those who are suffering. Some people do everything right but still get the wrong outcomes. Berkson gives hope, healing and positive vibes your way in this short but powerful podcast.
Jan 10, 2017
Internationally acclaimed nutritional medical expert. Dr. Gaby speaks on magnesium, oral vs. intravenous, controversies surrounding IV use and why the misunderstanding, how stress makes magnesium rinse out of the body, the difference between alternative and allopathic medicine, the role of Vitamin C in viral diseases, the environmental attack on Vitamin B6, the rise of fairly new Vitamin B6 deficiency diseases, the role of nutrients vs. dietary intervention (you can't take a lot of expensive and sophisticated nutrients and expect them to help without positive dietary changes), and why is it so difficult to find doctors that truly respect, understand and implement "natural" answers. Dr .Gaby discusses the reality of "sugar addiction" demonstrated by fascinating animal model experiments. Sugar cravings are real when consuming a relatively higher refined carb diet.
 
Dr. Berkson and Dr. Gaby have been life-long colleagues. They did their 1st rotation in integrative medicine together with Dr. Jonathan Wright (the father of bioidentical hormones) in 1977. They've been learning, respecting and laughing together ever since. Get Dr. Gaby's new book Nutritional Medicine at www.doctorgaby.com
Jan 5, 2017
Biofilms are communities of stuck-together microbes. They can do good, or bad. Resistant infections and diverse health issues from obesity, to ADHD to cognitive decline and cancer, as well as resistant candidiasis, are often due to nasty biofilms. These are often resistant to antibiotics and herbs. You need to know which "biome" is the focus. Specific strategies help safely break through the matrix and quorum sensing, and help allow your protocols to work. Hear a few patient stories of chronic illness and how they finally got well by addressing their biofilms.
Dec 29, 2016

Are you environmentally ill or hormonally castrated by our toxic planet, and exactly what to do about it. Dr Crinnion is an internationally acclaimed physician and scientist on what our toxic planet is doing to our health. Dr. C goes in-depth on the exact symptoms of toxic exposure. Learn how to tell if environmental issues in our everyday air, food and water, and in your home and mattress, are causing your chronic issues from asthma, autoimmune diseases, brain fog, and on and on. The CDC has identified over 200 dangerous daily chemicals and found 104 in every single person in the US. If you or your loved ones have chronic illness you need to know how to assess and treat if these are part of your issues and solutions. Dr. Crinnion has a monthly podcast newsletter for $25/month called the crinnionopinion and he has a conference coming up in March on neuroinflammation and environmental factors to diverse serious illnesses. It is open to all docs but everybody else as well.

Dec 28, 2016

Brain on fire is linked to ADHD, depression, autoimmune diseases, cognitive diseases, eye diseases and more. What is the one thing a pregnant mom can do to reduce the risk of her child's brain on fire (ADHD) and how can you do this yourself in your home? Dr. Walter Crinnion is known as the physician that put environmental medicine on the map. Barbara Walters had him on The View. He's been a reviewer for the prestigious New England J of Medicine. And He trains physicians around the world in how to figure out if chronic illness is due to environmental every day toxicants, what tests to run and what to do about it. This is chock full of amazing helpful steps as to what are good or bad foods for toxic exposure, the low down on turmeric and the most absorbable kind, and what you can do inside your own home. Bad news: home is where most of the toxicants are. Good news: you can do something about it. This podcast informs you to know what steps to take.

Dec 23, 2016

Intermittent fasting for weight loss, high blood pressure, cognitive decline and even fighting some cancers. Learn what it is, how you do it, who should do it, and how it helps stop specific cancers. And boost autophagy, which is linked to longevity and overcoming diverse illnesses.

Dec 20, 2016
Why breast cancer survivors and other women may benefit from this 'controversial' hormone found to protect breast and brain health. The ins and outs of progesterone that most doctors don't know. What is progesterone, where do we get it, what threatens it, how does it fight inflammation especially in the brain, how do foreword thinking neurologists use it to treat chronic severe infections like Lyme and Epstein Barr. How does progesterone work in consort with vitamin D. How did it get a bad rap? What is the good progesterone versus the bad progesterone. How might it work along with breast cancer medications for breast cancer patients.
Dec 16, 2016

Melatonin is one of the most powerful antioxidants. Learn why and which food is highest in it. It merges with essential oils while we sleep to fight cancer. Which foods have all of this? As your sleep, so does your pancreas. Normally, melatonin helps a sleeping pancreas be a healthy player (secrete less insulin), but some of us have melatonin genetic glitches that make us at-risk when taking it. Learn who you are and what to do about it. Melatonin. Like Nancy Meyer's movie -- "It's Complicated!"

Dec 14, 2016

Sleep apnea is a growing problem even in children. It's linked not only to heart disease, but many other issues such as osteoporosis, liver disease, resistant weight loss, depression, eye diseases and more. Why sleep apnea should be part of a differential diagnosis in every person with a serious illness. Sleep is 1/3rd of our lives and if our brain is not getting adequate oxygen then many adverse downstream issues can occur. Many doctors are not aware of the link between sleep apnea and various diseases such as polycythemia, or osteoporosis, or depression. You often have to request a sleep study test yourself. Be well by making sure you sleep well, only testing can really tell. It is not just a snoring overweight person's disease anymore. It might even be why your child is irritable and not doing well in school. Be smart. Sleep smart.

 

Dec 12, 2016

Why thyroid disease is undiagnosed, why you might go to your doctor yet not get the right care, why the epidemic of thyroid disease, the pros and cons of taking iodine replacement, the correct dosages, the organs involved, the link of iodine deficiency with both types of diabetes and cancers, hormone fear and misunderstanding, why you should know about this information for issues from heart disease to diabetes to cancer. With family practice physician, author and integrative doctor Dr. David Brownstein drbrownstein.com

Dec 7, 2016

Ozone. What is it? What conditions does it treat? Why doesn't your doctor tell you about it? How to do it, the pros and cons, the supplement conundrum (how you might be taking too many supplements), oxidation versus anti-oxidation (what you must know to protect yourself) and more with Dr. David Brownstein and his new book on a natural therapy you should know about - ozone. drbrownstein.com

Dec 7, 2016

Ozone. What is it? What conditions does it treat? Why doesn't your doctor tell you about it? How to do it, the pros and cons, the supplement conundrum (how you might be taking too many supplements), oxidation versus anti-oxidation (what you must know to protect yourself) and more with Dr. David Brownstein and his new book on a natural therapy you should know about - ozone. drbrownstein.com

Dec 7, 2016

Ozone. What is it? What conditions does it treat? Why doesn't your doctor tell you about it? How to do it, the pros and cons, the supplement conundrum (how you might be taking too many supplements), oxidation versus anti-oxidation (what you must know to protect yourself) and more with Dr. David Brownstein and his new book on a natural therapy you should know about - ozone. drbrownstein.com

Dec 7, 2016

Ozone. What is it? What conditions does it treat? Why doesn't your doctor tell you about it? How to do it, the pros and cons, the supplement conundrum (how you might be taking too many supplements), oxidation versus anti-oxidation (what you must know to protect yourself) and more with Dr. David Brownstein and his new book on a natural therapy you should know about - ozone. drbrownstein.com

Dec 7, 2016

Ozone. What is it? What conditions does it treat? Why doesn't your doctor tell you about it? How to do it, the pros and cons, the supplement conundrum (how you might be taking too many supplements), oxidation versus anti-oxidation (what you must know to protect yourself) and more with Dr. David Brownstein and his new book on a natural therapy you should know about - ozone. drbrownstein.com

Dec 7, 2016

Ozone. What is it? What conditions does it treat? Why doesn't your doctor tell you about it? How to do it, the pros and cons, the supplement conundrum (how you might be taking too many supplements), oxidation versus anti-oxidation (what you must know to protect yourself) and more with Dr. David Brownstein and his new book on a natural therapy you should know about - ozone. drbrownstein.com

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