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Dr. Kahn fights for your health every week with his unique brand of eastern and western medicine focusing on wellness of mind, body and spirit. Each month he will interview a Health Hero and how their journey can help you find wellness, discuss with a leader in heart disease how to reverse heart disease, talk to leaders in the food movement for health, and review the science that can take you to a new level. He is known internationally as the heart doctor not afraid to take on the giants and ...
 
"Health Matters" with Paul Rosen is a resource for anyone who wants to live a better, healthier lifestyle through nutrition. Nutrition and alternative health expert Paul Rosen customizes individual solutions for patients suffering from fatigue, digestive issues, body aches, migraines, arthritis, bursitis, osteoporosis, heart disease, food sensitivities, and countless other issues. Learn how to make yourself better through nutrition, and how to properly read food labels and avoid environmenta ...
 
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When the opportunity to interview one of the leaders in integrative and holistic medicine came up, Dr. Jaffe, Dr. Kahn packed his recorder and met in Philadelphia at a meeting they both were speaking at. Dr. Jaffe is a hero from his training at the NIH, to his research, to his establishing one of the best labs (www.elisaACT.com) and supplement ...…
 
Learning a few words of a foreign language can make a huge difference meeting new people or when traveling. Speaking a few words of medical, particularly heart medical, can make a big difference in your health. This week we dive into angina, edema, congestive heart failure, dyspnea and other important terms. The better you learn the language, t ...…
 
It may not be fair to have to deal with both cancer and heart issues but it is common. Indeed, there is now a specialty called cardio-oncology that focuses on the best heart and cancer outcome. This is due in part to the frequency of heart disease and also some of the toxicity of cancer agents and treatments. The role of the heart doctor in can ...…
 
Over the past couple of decades, hand sanitizers have mutated into a billion-dollar industry. You may keep hand sanitizers at the ready in your house right now, and many offices and businesses position them for employees to use at will. But you shouldn't be using them at all. They're often full of ingredients that can do you a lot more harm tha ...…
 
So you want to eat healthy, but you don't want to hassle with lengthy preparations and ingredients. You don't have to, procrastinating chefs of the world. There are many tasty foods you can acquire easily and prepare handily, and your body will thank you for it.
 
Do you need fitness equipment that costs thousands of dollars? It is nice if you have all of that but new data says the old fashioned push up can be one of the best ways to assess your health and perhaps one of the best exercises. This week we look at new data on fitness, pushups, exercising, and long and healthy lives. You will benefit from re ...…
 
Heart Month is about red hearts and valentines but it is also about getting real with the risks of heart disease. No-one knows that more than Victoria Dupuy after her 46 year old husband Dean died suddenly without warning of heart issues. She set up a charitable foundation to teach others to get checked early, before tragic events happen. Now, ...…
 
Who hasn't enjoyed a sandwich with some lunch meat, some bologna or salami, pastrami or ham? If somebody's told you that lunch meats are full of salts and unhealthy fats, they're not wrong. But that's not what's most dangerous about them. Lunch meats are often jammed with preservatives and chemicals to make them look and taste better. Even the ...…
 
Food chemistry is fascinating and practical. One of the most exciting examples is both the biochemistry of how garlic can be healthy and an actual therapy of some very important conditions. On this edition of Heart Doc VIP we discuss scientific studies showing aged garlic, a preparation that concentrates the antioxidant power of garlic, for hea ...…
 
2019 is proving early on to be providing important guidelines and advice on eating for optimal health and an optimal planet. This week the risks of fried food and the benefits of whole foods are discussed. The key new topic is the 2019 Food Guidelines from Canada just released and providing a very balance view of how to feed your family to avoi ...…
 
How do you pick a diet for yourself? Your family? Your business? Dr. Kahn is required to advise his patients on health based on the strongest evidence to prevent and reverse disease. It has to be a recommendation that promotes healthspan and possibly lifespan. This week, 8 Pillars of Support for a Plant Diet are presented. No other dietary patt ...…
 
The PESA study in Madrid is publishing some of the most interesting findings on how common silent artery disease is, who has it, how to detect it and what causes it. On this edition of Heart Doc VIP Dr. Kahn dives into the PESA data with a look at studies in 2015, 2017 and just this week. The new data confirms the importance of striving for 7-8 ...…
 
If you're tired or depressed, or if you feel antsy and anxious about even the most minor things, maybe the problem isn't the stress of your job, the rude drivers you may encounter everywhere, or any concerns you may have about your financial health. It's your body chemistry. And your body chemistry can be controlled, just like your moods.…
 
It is January and everyone is focused on a new commitment to health. How about Standuary? Taking 10-15 minutes and hour, or 5 mins every half hour, and get up, stand, move, shake, walk? It's called NEAT and Dr. Kahn talks about it this week. If you want to advance to a new level, consider a standing desk at home and in your office. They are stu ...…
 
How is the health of your stomach related to the health of your brain? Chemicals like serotonin and dopamine are produced in the stomach, and these neurochemicals directly impact the functioning of our minds. The foods you choose help ensure a healthy stomach and a healthy mind. So what foods are right for you?…
 
This is one of Dr. Kahn's favorite discussions: who made the list, who got bruised and beaten and what are the differences? This annual tradition from the US News and World Report was just published. Who was on the panel? How did they evaluate the contenders? Which diets came in last? Which came in the top of their classes? For heart disease? D ...…
 
In some cultures, the shape of your food was believed to determine the food's nutritional value. Walnuts are shaped like human brains, so walnuts are good for the brain, right? Or is that right at all?
 
Thank you for listening to this pea cast, we made it through 2018! I am grateful for the opportunity to treat and teach the detection and reversal of heart disease emphasizing longevity and optimal health. This final edition of 2018 reviews the top 10 scientific studies you should use to plant your health for 2019, one spoon and fork at a time. ...…
 
A vegetarian or vegan diet may have some benefits, but they're seriously lacking in essential vitamins like B12, which is readily found in meat and fish. Consumers who choose vegetarianism for health or ethical reasons need to find ways to supplement their diets so that important elements of all healthy diets aren't left out.…
 
From the beaches of Miami, a discussion of Dr. Kahn's recent trip to the largest anti-aging meeting of the year. What did he learn? And the health benefits of sunshine. Do you know what the sun does for us? Find out on this edition of Hear Doc VIP on Empower Radio. Happy New Year!
 
Let's assume that sodas, with their huge concentrations of sugar, are bad for you. So is an alternative possible, a home soda-making system that creates carbonated beverages just as tasty as regular soda, but with far less sugar? Yes...but no. A soda with less sugar still has a lot of sugar. Fortunately, those who prefer sparkling beverages hav ...…
 
Do you have just 12 minutes a day to dedicate to your brain? Know anyone starting to have memory loss who might spend 12 minutes a day? New research on an ancient practice called the Kirtan, Kriya or KK from the Alzheimer's Research and Prevention Foundation in Tucson, Arizona had been published. This a tool you can learn quickly and use daily ...…
 
Sweetness is good quality in humans and a bad trait in hour red blood cells. This week we discuss the process of advanced glycation end-products or AGEs, a chemical reaction that literally AGEs you, your skin, your arteries, your nerves and your brain. How do we develop AGEs? From two pathways, one related to blood sugar and one to the method o ...…
 
Our bodies are complicated systems that can react harshly to food, if we've developed a food sensitivity. Food sensitivities are more common than ever, partly because of the way our food is grown and manufactured, and the way it's jammed with additives and preservatives. So how do you know whether or not you have a food sensitivity? And even on ...…
 
Ever heard of TMAO? Have you had your blood level measured? You can at the Kahn Center for Cardiac Longevity and it is an important advance in heart evaluation and care. This edition we talk in depth about TMAO, how it forms, how it can be lowered, and the fishy business of fish as a source of TMAO. Plants rule the health world once again on th ...…
 
Milk has been a staple of young diets for decades. But are we giving our kids something that's unhealthy for them? And if milk isn't necessarily all that good for us, what are the alternatives? Goats and coconuts are among the sources for healthy milk choices. Soy, not so much.
 
So many overeat over the Thanksgiving Day weekend but can you eat too much and still be deficient in some vital nutrients? Can you be low in vitamin D and omega-3, not found in turkey or stuffing? Will you be healthier if you supplement routinely with vitamins like D3 and omega-3? There are a number of huge studies on this topic just published ...…
 
Whether or not you choose to vaccinate against the flu, the United States Supreme Court has a few things to say about it. A 2011 court ruling provides protection for vaccine manufacturers in the event a vaccine harms a consumer, based on legislation passed by Congress in 1986. What do you need to know about liability and protections for the dev ...…
 
On this edition of Heart Doc VIP, a discussion of new guidelines from the recent American Heart Association annual meeting is the focus. The key hot topics are 1. Do we treat patients over age 75? 2. Do we use only high dose medications or can we personalize therapy? 3. Is there a role for medications other than "statins"? What is the role of c ...…
 
Minerals are essential parts of healthy living, and some of the minerals in food aren't what you'd expect. Did you know, for example, that sulfur is in broccoli? And that salts in our water like sodium chloride help power our bodies? Together, minerals, vitamins, proteins, fats and other nutrients are what make us go. But specifically, why are ...…
 
A new word for you to use: senolytic agents, also called senotherapeutics. Agents that prevent senility. This area of integrative research is a very active focus as aging is the number one cause of disease and death. This week 3 new areas of hopeful research that can be approached with whole foods (think strawberries) or targeted supplements is ...…
 
Hot flashes and night sweats are among the common symptoms of menopause. Over the years, many medications and procedures have evolved to help women deal with these symptoms, including hormone replacement therapy (HRT) and estrogen replacement therapy (ERT). These therapies are not without their dangers, including a heightened risk of breast can ...…
 
In the United States alone there are 80 million people suffering from blood pressure. Of most concern is that up to 20% may not even know they have it as they have not been checked in a long time. What if you do know you have high blood pressure? Are you trapped on medication forever? Maybe not. Listen to this weeks "pea-cast" and get a dozen t ...…
 
The best source of vitamins is food, but if the food source is faulty, the food we buy isn't as rich in nutrients as we might expect. Depleted soil and toxic chemicals in the environment are among the culprits. Are supplements the answer, the means by which we can compensate for the declining quality of food? Or are they part of the problem?…
 
Dr. Kahn would not wish advanced congestive heart failure (CHF) on his worst enemy (not many of them) but as an integrative cardiologist, he loves the challenge of diagnosing, treating, and reversing CHF. Yes reversing. This week he explores the what, why, where, how and how not to deal with a very serious disease that has many non-traditional ...…
 
How can we expect our immune systems to protect our bodies if we're doing things every day to weaken them? By over-stimulating our systems, we create conditions that make us more susceptible to toxins. What over-stimulates the system? Some flu vaccinations, for example, may lessen symptoms, but byproducts in the vaccines may create more problem ...…
 
Should you exercise? Yes! The science of exercise has documented benefits for over 50 years but we keep learning the nuances of optimal fitness. This edition will explore the benefits of exercise, the role of the Tabata or HIIT protocols the U shaped curve of exercise, and the role of NEAT or fidgeting. This would be a great time to stand up, t ...…
 
Your body maintains direct connections between your brain and your immune system, while your stomach, believe it or not, is the center of the immune system. With all these connections, all this additional plumbing, things can go wrong at any point and help ruin your health. So what do you do when you suffer from a faulty immune system? Better, ...…
 
Is the answer to the fountain of youth NO or NR? Nicotinamide riboside or NR is getting a lot of attention. The science is mainly in animal studies but a few human ones exist. Can it help us live longer or better? Can we add it to a longevity Blue Zones lifestyle and gain even more? Is it a "mimetic" to garner the health advantages of fasting o ...…
 
Our immune systems help keep us safe from all manner of diseases and illnesses which would otherwise leave us helpless. But if we're not maintaining a healthy balance in our diets and limiting our exposure to environmental hazards, we can create conditions that throw the immune system out of whack. If we're not careful, the immune system attack ...…
 
Why is this edition of the pea cast a few days late? Listen in and learn but it is Joe Rogan's fault! Dr. Kahn discusses fast food, fake news, an amazing visit to LA to meet Larry King, Joe Rogan and Bassem Youssef, and a host of other topics. You won't want to miss this discussion.
 
Water supplies across the country are full of stuff you don't want there. These contaminants include runoffs of herbicides and pesticides from agriculture, as well as poisons from other industries. Plus, dated infrastructures are leaking lead and other dangerous elements into the water we use every day. What can we do? Start filtering, and star ...…
 
Your genes load the gun but your lifestyle pulls the trigger of illness. Yet, genes may be 20% of the risk of developing heart disease, the #1 killer of men and women. This episode dives into genetic testing for heart disease as practiced at the Kahn Center for Cardiac Longevity. If you have "bad" genes, get a great lifestyle. If you have good ...…
 
Thousands of years ago, physicians prescribed seaweed as a treatment for goiters, or enlarged thyroids. Was this quackery, or did doctors who worked in the age of togas and chariots know something? It turns out they did. Seaweed is a source of iodine, a trace mineral critical for many functions of the body, including the thyroid. But there are ...…
 
It's a tough week if you read the web. Reports all over the internet claim full fat dairy three times a day is good for your heart. That is the PURE study. Some question whether it is pure BS but it has big numbers and tells people what they want to hear about ice cream. Then, a cardiologist in San Diego has an editorial in the Houston Chronicl ...…
 
The word stent is only used in cardiology circles but these small devices are used to treat well over a million people every year. For over a decade, stents have largely replaced using a balloon alone to unblock arteries (called PTCA). The history of stents is interesting and the proper use of stents is controversial. Everyone should know some ...…
 
The numbers bear out the bad news: Americans, young and old, are getting heavier, to the point where it constitutes a threat to public health. Why are we getting fatter, and what can we do about it? One myth is that we should be counting calories. Contrary to common belief, a calorie isn't what we think it is, and our focus on calories distract ...…
 
Restless legs are just what they sound like, the involuntary moving or shaking of your legs. It's a common condition, and it makes relaxing or just getting through the day difficult. It's just one more way your body tells you that bigger problems may be in your future, including more serious issues with your autonomic nervous system. But if you ...…
 
A new report from the CDC says we are not reaching an important group of middle aged persons and 75,000 a year are dying needlessly in the USA alone. The basics remain no smoking, exercising, a quality diet rich in whole plant foods, sleep, and stress management. This week we go in more depth about some hidden secrets that cause heart disease a ...…
 
Our endocrine systems are complex networks of glands, including the thyroid and adrenal glands, that regulate bodily and organ function. Disruptions to the proper functioning of the endocrine system can be disastrous, and that's exactly what we're doing to ourselves with the chemicals in many household products, including the cosmetics we apply ...…
 
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