Dr. Tim Church and I discuss a trend in modern medicine that may make doctor visits a thing of the past.
1. What do you get when you put a pharmacist in a barber shop? Better health. What??????? #pharmacist #medication #doctor Taking the medicine to the people. https://resident360.nejm.org/content_items/treating-hypertension-in-barbershops.
2. We'll also discuss how we can voluntarily change our current memory, mood, problem-solving ability and overall health with certain lifestyle changes. Can we, as adults, grow new neurons? How? #brainhealth
What lifestyle decreases neurons, affects memory, problem-solving, mood and health? #memory #mood #depression
What lifestyle changes increase neuron production? New research shows we continue to grow neurons in adulthood and we are responsible for and have a choice in continuing to make them.
3. How could we benefit from changing calorie and supplement consumption as often as we change our underwear?
Important information for health as well as those seeking fat loss as well. #fatloss #weightloss #supplements
After a lifetime of consuming bread, cereals and baked goods, people become depleted in essential digestive enzymes, making food molecules enter the bloodstream without being digested triggering pain/inflammation and a variety of disease-like symptoms.
You are NOT what you eat. You are what you absorb
According to a study by the University of Maryland Center for Celiac Research, about 20 million Americans presently suffer from gluten intolerance - an adverse reaction to the protein gluten found in wheat and related grain species, including barley and rye.
"Living a gluten-free lifestyle is really not the solution for optimal health," says health educator Dr. Julie Gatza. "Optimal health means that we should be able to eat whatever we want to eat, and this becomes possible only when we ensure our bodies have all of the proper enzymes required to break down the food molecules we ingest, including hard-to-digest gluten molecules."
Dr. Julie says many people are unable to properly break down foods they consume for a variety of reasons:
In this episode, Dr. Gatza's gives 7 steps for taming gluten sensitivity
The road to rebuilding your tolerance for gluten will vary, person-to-person, but making the suggested changes, individuals should start seeing improvements within 14 to 30 days.
Increasing Nutrient Absorption with Enzyme Supplementation:Dr. Julie says that for individuals over the age of 21, plant-derived enzyme supplements should be taken.
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David Foreman, R.Ph., “The Herbal Pharmacist”
David Foreman RPh, is a pharmacist, author known nationwide as, “The Herbal Pharmacist.” Foreman’s career as a registered pharmacist gives him the foundation to now impart his expertise in physiology, pharmacology and integrative medicine to educate consumers on cutting edge approaches to natural health and healing.
His shift from traditional pharmacist to herbal pharmacist was based on his belief that education is the key to understanding that natural health plays a vital role in mainstream medicine and is the author of, “4 Pillars of Health: Heart Disease
A famous Harvard study finds our minds negatively wander about 50 percent of the time, after analyzing the mind worry-based wandering affects on happinesss
of 2,250 adults the stress that results from this type of mind wandering can lead to digestive disorders, short-term memory loss, premature coronary heart disease, heart attacks and despair.
Harvard Study: A Wandering Mind is an Unhappy Mind
WEBMD: How Worrying Affects the Body
80% of Americans reported experiencing at least one symptom of stress
such as headaches feeling nervous, overwhelmed, sad or anxious (http://ct.counseling.org/2017/03/survey-says-america-stressed/).
Millennials (18-33) are the most stressed age group with Gen Xers (34-47) following closely behind (http://www.apa.org/news/press/releases/stress/2012/generations.aspx).
The number of Americans who report taking antidepressants has risen by 65% between 1999 and 2014 (https://www.cbsnews.com/news/antidepressant-use-soars-65-percent-in-15-years/).
Anxiety disorders are the most common mental disorder in the U.S. affecting 18.1% of the population every year (https://adaa.org/about-adaa/press-room/facts-statistics).
Doctors are now prescribing antidepressants for non-depression diagnosis, such as anxiety, sleep and increased mental focus. Antidepressants
carry the FDA’s most stringent “black box” warning for life-threatening adverse effects.
Risks associated with antidepressants outweigh the benefits, there may be more effective ways to tackle stress, mood, focus and sleep. I ask David, “are there supportive studies to back up your supplement claims?
How does he mitigate lawsuits? and more…
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