Do you take proton pump inhibitors like Nexium, Prilosec, Dexilant, and Protonix?
This episode is special just for you.
While these medications have indications for short term use, many people use them chronically.
This podcast will shed light on the risks and alternatives these common medications.
(Recorded Live from Bob Jones Show–1440 Keys to Health Segment
I’ve been accumulating shows on various topics in the last few months from my trips to the 1440 Keys to Health program segment of the popular Bob Jones Show.
For those of you that either missed those programs or would like to hear the same message again for reinforcement…here you go!
I decided not to edit most of these episodes because the host and programs often flow fairly well and we sometimes have interesting side-bars.
Please feel free to leave a comment or question here if these shows spur conversation.
As always, if you have content suggestion, feel free to leave a message I will try to cover on an upcoming episode.
(Topic includes summary overview of common types of arthritis with wholistically minded treatment options and nutritional suggestions.)
I receive a lot of questions related to fat and cholesterol containing foods.
Looking to lose weight?
Recover from inflammation?
Improve brain function and overall energy?
Adding quality healthy fats is a cornerstone of the NRG Diet.
To help orientate you to some of my favorite sources of these foods, check out the my top 10!
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“Damn, Doc, I love carbs!
At first I laughed when I heard this newly diagnosed diabetic make this announcement about his diet frustration.
I had my work cut out for me with this guy!
Many diabetics express the common frustration over a “Restricted diet.” [click to continue…]
I recently participated in the Diabetes Summit where I gave practical insight from a busy practice in the heart of Diabetic country. I was grateful for the opportunity to share the stage with so many top doctors, nutritionists, and healers all passionate about Type 2 Diabetes. I appreciate the supportive feedback received from listeners after the my interview on my clinical experiences treating Type 2 Diabetes. (T2DM)
I wanted to make the message clear–Diabetes–in many cases–can be cured.
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