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Best Protoninhibitors podcasts we could find (updated February 2020)
Best Protoninhibitors podcasts we could find
Updated February 2020
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"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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Yes, Americans are more overweight than ever, and the costs are measurable in cash. The typical overweight consumer, in fact, spends hundreds more dollars in health care every year than his peers of healthy weight. But losing weight isn't just a matter of regulating calories and fat. Even exercise isn't a magic cure. Only if you know the myths and …
 
Yet another faddish health product is alkaline water, which contains less acid than tap water. The theory is that there are health benefits to lower acid levels in the body. But it's not that simple. Our bodies need minimum levels of acid to function properly. If those levels are unbalanced, your health will suffer. So how do you determine the righ…
 
Who doesn't want to feel better and live longer? Who's willing to give up sugar immediately and abandon their other ingrained habits to make it happen? The answer to the first question is "everyone." The answer to the second is...complicated. But to get better, to get past medications, to stop treating symptoms and start addressing causes, we have …
 
Government agencies like the USDA and the FDA routinely cite studies about food and nutrition to guide our dietary choices. These studies often involve years of research, and they’re expensive, sometimes costing millions. But what if this government research isn’t financed by the government? The fact is, some of the studies meant to inform about us…
 
Few tout the health benefits of eating tires. But the steel-belted radials on your car contain some of the same ingredients that go into your food. One foodstuff is found not only in tires, but in cleaning products, industrial solvents, and many other places you're unlikely to seek nutritional value. Why is this food so ubiquitous, and if we want t…
 
Every spring and summer, millions of Americans reach for medications they hope will help relieve the sneezing, hacking and pain of seasonal allergies. Many are also convinced that if they can limit their exposure to pollen, they can control the extent of their allergic reactions. Not true. Pollen's not the problem. It's other things in our environm…
 
Painful episodes of indigestion or acid reflux are common, and so are medications meant to address them. It's a classic case of the cure being worse than the disease. Our systems need acid to function properly. Medications that reduce acid in the stomach actually make the problem worse. And failing to address digestive issues can lead to more serio…
 
Americans of all ages are susceptible to arthritis, bursitis and tendonitis. Millions of sufferers understandably reach for medications for temporary relief from pain. But even over-the-counter medications like aspirin can cause more problems than they solve. And if that's the case, if arthritis meds are a poor long-term solution, what can you do t…
 
America's billion-dollar bottled-water industry includes many brands of alkaline water that claim to help lower levels of acid in the body. Water ionizers costing hundreds or thousands of dollars supposedly provide similar benefits. But are these really benefits at all? Our bodies need minimum levels of acid to function properly. Is there a better …
 
If you're tired and in pain, if your head and body ache and you find it difficult to function, the thing to do is get some medical tests, right? You can't fix a problem until you diagnose it. But what happens when the tests are no help? What if they can't find anything wrong? More problematically, what if the tests appear to making things worse? Th…
 
The first thing to know about any skin condition, large or small, eczema, psoriasis, acne, rosacea, or any other, is that the cure isn't to be found in ointments or creams or anything else you may choose to apply to your body. It's your diet that counts. What you eat can help eliminate the skin conditions that may be wrecking your appearance and yo…
 
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 than go…
 
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 pack…
 
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 have st…
 
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 once i…
 
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 mine…
 
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 cancer.…
 
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?…
 
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 problems th…
 
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, how …
 
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 attacks th…
 
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 start no…
 
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 much…
 
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 distracts fr…
 
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 mak…
 
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 and…
 
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