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8 CEC’s / Holistic Health Nutrition Vol. 28 

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

Holistic Nutrition Topics covered:

  • Boosting Immunity of Athletes
  • Reducing the Risk of Sudden Death
  • Your Gut Microbiome Enterotype?
  • How to Change Your Enterotype
  • The Five to One Fiber Rule
  • Is the Fiber Theory Wrong?
  • Evidence-Based Nutrition
  • What Explains the French Paradox?
  • Resveratrol Impairs Exercise Benefits
  • Health Food Movement Unity
  • Lead Contamination of Tea
  • Foods with Negative Calories?
  • Eating More to Weigh Less
  • IV Vitamin C for Terminal Cancer
  • Vitamin C Supplements for Terminal Cancer
  • The Role of Vitamin C in Treatment of Cancer
  • The Alzheimer’s Gene: Controlling APOE
  • Turmeric for Pre-diabetes
  • Heat Disease May Start in the Womb
  • Evidence That Salt Raises Blood Pressure
  • Omega-3’s and the Eskimo Fish Tale
  • Is Antibacterial Toothpaste Harmful?
  • Fennel Seeds for Menstrual Cramps/PMS
  • Protein Source: Acid Test for Kidneys
  • Preventing Skin Cancer From the Inside
  • Drugs & Diet for Diabetes Death Rates

Expanded Discussion Topics:

  • Protein Sources: Chronic kidney disease is a major public health problem affecting about one in eight Americans, increasing the risks of disease and death even among those with only mild decreases in kidney function. So, low cost, low risk preventive strategies that anyone can do are needed to address the epidemic of kidney disease.

  • Eating More to Weigh Less
    What happens if you have people add fruit to their regular diet? Three apples or three pears a day as snacks between meals on top of whatever else they were eating. Fruit is low in calories, but not zero; so, if you add food to people’s diets, even healthy foods, won’t they gain weight? No, they lost a couple pounds. Maybe it was all that fiber?

  • What Explains the French Paradox?
    The so-called French Paradox is a term coined back in the 80’s by three Frenchmen to explain a curious finding. If you chart death from heart attack versus the amount of saturated fat and cholesterol countries consume, there appears to be a straight line. 

  • Preserving Athlete Immunity with Chlorella
    Sedentary women who start briskly walking on a treadmill 45 minutes a day for a few months may cut their risk of upper respiratory tract infections in half. But how does exercise improve our immune system?  Approximately 95% of all infections are initiated at the mucosal surfaces: like our eyes, nose, and mouth, which are protected by antibodies like IgA, that provide an immunological barrier by neutralizing and preventing viral pathogens from penetrating the body. The IgA in our saliva, for example, is the first line of defense against respiratory tract infections such as pneumonia and influenza.

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