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Ulcerative Colitis | Calcium | Colonoscopy | Holistic Health Nutrition Vol. 27

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8 CEC’s / DVD 

This two-hour DVD presentation features the discussion of topics related to holistic health and nutrition.

Holistic Nutrition Topics covered:
 

  • Treating Ulcerative Colitis with Diet
  • Sodium Skeptics Sprinkling with Doubt
  • Cholesterol and Alzheimer’s Disease
  • Kiwifruit for the Common Cold
  • Everything in Moderation?
  • Optimal Diet: Give It Straight, Doc
  • Mediterranean Diet and Atherosclerosis
  • Laughter as Medicine
  • What Are the Healthiest Foods?
  • Omega 3's andProstate Cancer
  • "Veg-Table” Dietary Nitrate Scoring
  • Which Protein Is Better for Our Kidneys?
  • Microbiome: The Inside Story
  • Prebiotics: Tending Our Inner Garden
  • Big Food, the Tobacco Industry Playbook
  • Speeding Recovery from Surgery
  • How Much Cancer from Lunch Meat?
  • How to Prevent Fainting
  • Are Calcium Supplements Safe?
  • Are Calcium Supplements Effective?
  • Anti-Inflammatory Diet for Depression
  • What to Take Before a Colonoscopy
  • Should We All Get Colonoscopies at 50?
  • Plant-Based Diet for Diabetes
  • Industry Response to Plants Not Pills
  • Does Your Doctor Take Drug Money? 

Expanded Discussion Topics:

  • Plant-Based Diets for Diabetes
    Plant-based diets not only appear to guard against getting diabetes in the first place, they may successfully treat the disease better than the diabetic diets patients are typically placed on, controlling weight and cholesterol.

  • Anti-inflammatory Diet for Depression
    Depression affects more than 150 million people worldwide, making it a leading cause of losing healthy years of life as a result of disability. In fact, by 2020, depression may be the second leading cause of healthy years of life lost, second only to heart disease. Why is depression so common? 

  • Mediterranean Diet and Atherosclerosis
    The heart of a traditional Mediterranean diet is mainly vegetarian, much lower in meat and dairy, and uses fruit for dessert.  So, no surprise those eating that way had very low heart disease rates compared to those eating standard Western diets. This landmark study, though, has been cited to suggest that all types of fat, animal or vegetable, are associated with the appearance of new atherosclerotic lesions in our coronary arteries, feeding our hearts.

  • Everything in Moderation? Even Heart Disease?
    What if we don’t just want low risk for a heart attack, but no risk? One great stumbling block has been that government and national health organizations appear to have taken the patronizing view that the public can’t handle the truth and would rather the science be watered down.

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