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Natural Medicine Journal's interviews with thought-leaders in the field of natural and integrative medicine dig deep into the most important topics in the field. Whether it's a one-on-one with top researchers in integrative medicine or a conversation with a practitioner about treating hard-to-tackle conditions, each episode promises to provide trusted, cutting-edge, evidence-based knowledge about natural medicine that you won't find anywhere else.
 
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Pictured: Herbert KretzmerMatthew Bannister onHerbert Kretzmer, the journalist turned lyricist, best known for writing the lyrics for the musical Les Misérables.James Nash, the flamboyant adventurer who came under fire as a Colonial Officer in the Middle East during the last days of the British Empire.Tom Maschler, the influential publisher who pro…
 
Pictured: Derek MahonMatthew Bannister on Derek Mahon, one of Ireland’s greatest poets of recent times, whose work 'Everything’s Going To Be Alright' was read on Irish TV and radio at the start of the Covid lockdown.Professor Gerta Vrbová, who spent her youth fleeing Nazi persecution, then carried out pioneering work on the interaction between musc…
 
On this episode, our guest is Randy Horwitz, MD, PhD, FACP, who is currently the medical director of the Arizona Center for Integrative Medicine at the University of Arizona Andrew Weil Center for Integrative Medicine. Horwitz addresses several Covid-19 issues, including pathophysiology, hypoxia, and identifying the lingering effects of the virus i…
 
Pictured: Kenzo TakadaMatthew Bannister on:Kenzo Takada, the Japanese-born fashion designer who made Paris his home and was known for his bold use of colour.Colonel John Waddy, the former head of the SAS who was wounded at the Battle of Arnhem.Frank Windsor, the actor best known for playing Detective Sergeant Watt in Z Cars and Softly Softly.Ann Ge…
 
Julian Worricker on:The campaigning journalist and editor, Sir Harold Evans, voted the greatest of all time by his peers....Ruth Bader-Ginsburg, US Supreme Court Justice, who served in that role for 27 years and became something of a judicial celebrity....The charity worker Helen Taylor-Thompson, who co-founded Europe's first AIDS hospice at a time…
 
Addressing female infertility often requires an integrative approach. This interview features 2 integrative health experts on the topic, Ramneek Bhogal, DC, DABCI, and Stephanie O’Neill Bhogal, DC, DICCP, who are in private practice at Wolfe Family Chiropractic in Metamora, MI, where they specialize in women’s health and pediatrics. Bhogal and O’Ne…
 
Pictured: Juliette GrecoJulian Worricker on the French singer and actor, Juliette Greco, who rose to fame on the famous Left Bank in Paris after the war....Bob Gore who revolutionised outdoor clothing with his invention of the waterproof fabric, Gore-Tex....The ecologist Dame Georgina Mace, who changed the way threatened species were classified and…
 
Pictured: Sir Terence ConranMatthew Bannister on: Sir Terence Conran, the designer and businessman who transformed the UK’s approach to home décor and eating out.Dame Diana Rigg, the actor who combined a critically acclaimed stage career with stardom on TV and film.Shere Hite, who wrote the Hite Report which changed attitudes to female sexuality.To…
 
Pictured: Stuart KingJulian Worricker on: Stuart King, who co-founded a humanitarian charity which involved perilous flights to southern Africa in light aircraft straight after the war.... The Khmer Rouge executioner, known as Comrade Duch, found guilty of some of the worst atrocities carried out by that regime in Cambodia.... Deirdre Le Faye, a sc…
 
Pictured: Chadwick BosemanMatthew Bannister onChadwick Boseman, whose portrayal of the King of the fictional African kingdom of Wakanda in the movie Black Panther made him a global star.Sir Kenneth Robinson, the charismatic education expert whose TED talk “Do Schools Kill Creativity?” has been viewed online more than 67 million times.Lord Renton, t…
 
In this interview, Russell Jaffe, MD, shares his immune-boosting protocol that can enhance immunity and help patients achieve better overall wellness. In addition to discussing diet, lifestyle, and dietary supplements, Jaffe shares information about an innovative lymphocyte response assay that is now available. Jaffe is an internal medicine physici…
 
Pictured: Dr James Partridge OBE (c) Paul Chambers PhotographyJulian Worricker on: The theatre designer, Sally Jacobs, whose work included a groundbreaking production of A Midsummer Night’s Dream, set in a white box on stage…. James Partridge, whose life was transformed by facial burns suffered in a car accident, and who went on to campaign for equ…
 
Pictured: Julian Bream Matthew Bannister onJulian Bream, said by many to be the greatest classical guitarist of all time. Elizabeth Ward, who campaigned for the introduction of the kidney donor card after her son went through three transplants.Chris Graham-Bell, the founding publisher of the Gay Times magazine.Stuart Christie, the anarchist who was…
 
Matthew Bannister onHawa Abdi, the Somali doctor who set up a clinic for pregnant women at her home that eventually became a sanctuary for thousands during violence in the country.Clive Ponting, the civil servant who leaked details of the sinking of the Argentine cruiser the General Belgrano during the Falklands War, but was acquitted of breaching …
 
Pictured: John HumeMatthew Bannister on:John Hume, the politician widely credited with driving through the Northern Ireland peace process.Stan Mellor, who became the first jump jockey to ride one thousand winners.Paulette Wilson, who was wrongly threatened with deportation and went on to campaign for justice for others affected by the Windrush scan…
 
In this interview, clinician and dietary supplement expert Alex Keller, ND, CISSN, provides practical information about how healthcare practitioners can effectively evaluate the quality of the dietary supplements they recommend. Keller also gives some advice about how to effectively communicate with patients when it comes to dietary supplement qual…
 
In this podcast, our editor-in-chief Tina Kaczor, ND, FABNO, discusses the basics of the Blood Type Diet with Peter D'Adamo, ND. D'Adamo talks about the historical context of the diet, including its multigenerational evolution to what is today—a more data-driven, personalized approach to care. D'Adamo also explains how blood type may be relevant to…
 
Pictured: Stuart WheelerMatthew Bannister onStuart Wheeler, the spread betting tycoon who used his millions to fund anti-EU political parties and campaigns.Josephine Cox, the multi-million selling author whose novels often drew on her working class childhood in Blackburn.Miloš Jakeš, the General Secretary of the Czech Communist Party at the time of…
 
Matthew Bannister on John Lewis, the leading American civil rights campaigner who was beaten and imprisoned in the 1960s when he marched with Martin Luther King and later served as a Congressman. Tony Elliott CBE, who founded the listings magazine Time Out and oversaw its transformation into a global brand. Wendy Cooling, the former teacher who, th…
 
On this episode, immunologist and integrative health expert Heather Zwickey, PhD, tackles some tough questions about recent developments surrounding the science of Covid-19. She also discusses the newly formed Naturopathy and Complementary Medicine Covid-19 Support Registry at National University of Natural Medicine Helfgott Research Institute. Abo…
 
Pictured: Jack CharltonMatthew Bannister onThe footballer Jack Charlton, who went from a pit village in Northumberland to become a Leeds United stalwart and member of England’s 1966 World Cup winning team – and then a successful manager of the Republic of Ireland.Zindzi Mandela, the youngest daughter of Nelson Mandela who was an anti-apartheid acti…
 
Pictured: Ennio MorriconeMatthew Bannister on:Ennio Morricone, the Italian composer best known for his scores for films like The Good, The Bad and the Ugly and The Mission, but keen to be remembered also for his avant garde classical works.Sir Everton Weekes, the outstanding batsman who played a key role in West Indian cricket’s success in the 1940…
 
Pictured: Milton GlaserMatthew Bannister onThe graphic designer Milton Glaser who came up with the iconic “I heart New York” logo – but didn’t make a penny from it.Terry Dicks, the controversial right wing Tory MP who went out of his way to challenge political correctness.Professor Tom Arie, the psychiatrist who helped to transform mental health tr…
 
Chronic health issues can precipitate from a myriad of origins including inflammation. On this episode, integrative medical physician Russell Jaffe, MD, PhD, explains his physiology first approach to restorative healing. In addition to recommended testing, Jaffe will describe a comprehensive strategy that is fundamental to personalized medicine and…
 
On this episode, Robert Cuyler, PhD, provides information and advice on how to effectively utilize telemedicine to treat patients. With 20 years of experience as an early adopter of this technology, Dr. Cuyler is considered a leading telemedicine expert. He is the author of the book Implementing Telemedicine: Completing Projects On Target On Time O…
 
Pictured: Sir Ian HolmMatthew Bannister on Sir Ian Holm, the respected actor best known for playing Bilbo Baggins in the Lord of the Rings films and for his interpretation of Shakespeare and Pinter. Jean Kennedy Smith, the last survivor of nine children of Joseph Kennedy. She was US ambassador to Dublin at a significant time in the Northern Ireland…
 
Pictured: Dame Vera LynnMatthew Bannister on: Professor Geoffrey Burnstock, the eminent neurobiologist who identified the function of a neurotransmitter called ATP with important implications for the treatment of many conditions including strokes, cancer and cystic fibrosis. Larry Kramer, the outspoken gay rights campaigner who organised direct act…
 
Tracy W. Gaudet, MD, was the executive director of the Veterans Health Administration’s (VHA) National Office of Patient Centered Care and Cultural Transformation, which helped the VHA embrace a whole health approach that empowers and equips patients to take charge of their health. Now as executive director of the Whole Health Institute, she is onc…
 
Pictured: Christo JavacheffMatthew Bannister on:The artist Christo Javacheff, best known for his extremely ambitious projects to wrap significant buildings and landscapes in fabric. They included the Reichstag in Berlin and the coastline of Australia. Cathie Sabin, who was the first woman to be President of the Lawn Tennis Association.Dorothy Wakel…
 
Pictured: Stanley HoJulian Worricker on:The man praised by both Tony Blair and Gordon Brown for being the architect of the national minimum wage, Roger Fellows….One of Asia’s richest men - the gambling tycoon, Stanley Ho, who transformed the economy of Macau….The educationist Margaret Meek Spencer, who influenced a generation of children and teache…
 
A 2019 report on physician burnout found that nearly 60% of physicians identified as either burned out, colloquially depressed, or clinically depressed. And some estimates indicate that 76% of physicians worldwide are experiencing burnout. In this interview, integrative medical expert and radiation oncologist, Matt Mumber, MD, reminds practitioners…
 
The scientific literature now recognizes that metabolic endotoxemia is an underlying factor in many serious health conditions. In this interview, research microbiologist Kiran Krishnan describes how and why this condition occurs and how to prevent and reverse it. Krishnan has spent several years with hands-on research and development in the fields …
 
Pictured: Margaret MaughanJulian Worricker on Britain’s first Paralympic gold medallist, Margaret Maughan; Tanni Grey-Thompson compares the games of 1960 and now….The music promoter and producer, John Cumming, co-founder of the London Jazz Festival….Jerry Givens, once a state executioner….but then a leading campaigner in the United States for the a…
 
Pictured: Lord Robert May of OxfordMatthew Bannister onLord May, a former Chief Scientific Advisor to the UK government and President of the Royal Society. He developed the concept of the R value in tracking the spread of infectious diseases and laid down key principles for scientific advice to politicians.Judith Darmady, the paediatrician who trav…
 
On this episode, pharmacist, nutritionists, author, and health educator, Ross Pelton, discusses his comprehensive strategy to support and enhance viral immunity. In addition to making the connection between the gut microbiome and the immune system, Pelton talks about diet, lifestyle, and dietary supplements that have been shown to support a healthy…
 
Matthew Bannister onThe rock 'n' roll pioneer Little Richard, whose flamboyant performances and powerful vocal style influenced many who came after him.Janet Carr, the psychologist whose long-running study changed attitudes to people with Down’s Syndrome.John Horton Conway, the playful mathematician who invented the Game of Life.Florian Schneider, …
 
This interview was recorded on May 8, 2020. On this episode, Susan Ryan, DO, who has been on the front lines of this pandemic since it began, shares insights about her experience. Ryan also talks about the spectrum of symptoms, the toll on healthcare, and her own struggles with fear and anxiety. Ryan has been an emergency room (ER) physician with R…
 
Pictured: Catherine HamlinMatthew Bannister onCatherine Hamlin the obstetrician who, with her husband, set about tackling the devastating effects of obstetric fistulae in the women of Ethiopia.Irrfan Khan, the actor whose career brought stardom in both Indian and Hollywood films, like Jurassic World, Slumdog Millionaire and The Amazing Spiderman.Th…
 
In this interview, integrative physician and best-selling author Jacob Teitelbaum, MD, discusses his approach to preventing and treating diabetes. Teitelbaum goes into detail about the botanical intervention, Hintonia latiflora, that he uses in clinical practice for prediabetes and diabetes. Teitelbaum explains how diabetes can be prevented and eve…
 
African Americans and other people of color throughout the United States are suffering disproportionately from Covid-19. In this interview, Udaya Thomas, MSN, MPH, APRN, CYT, talks about how integrative practitioners can better serve the health needs of underserved populations during this pandemic. Thomas is an integrative primary care nurse practi…
 
This episode was recorded on May 4, 2020. On this episode immunologist and integrative health expert Heather Zwickey, PhD, tackles tough questions about antibody testing concerns, why more men die than women, and what the risk is regarding animal transmission. Zwickey is executive program chair and a professor at National University of Natural Medi…
 
Caring for a patient who is critically ill and dying poses communication challenges for everyone involved—patient, practitioners, and loved ones. How we communicate during this profound time in a person’s life can significantly impact end of life care. In this interview, health communications expert and researcher Carey Candrian, PhD, talks about t…
 
Pictured: Ronan O’RahillyMatthew Bannister onRonan O’Rahilly, the Irish businessman who ran the pirate radio station Radio Caroline on a ship off the coast of Essex.Sir John Houghton, the atmospheric physicist who was Director of the Met Office and co-chair of the Inter-Governmental Panel on Climate Change.Sue Davies, who founded and ran the Photog…
 
Pictured: Dame Jocelyn BarrowMatthew Bannister onThe artist, professor of architecture and expert on sacred geometry Keith Critchlow. He was a key figure in the Prince’s School of Traditional Arts and advised on the design of Islamic-influenced buildings all over the world.Dame Jocelyn Barrow who was an educator and leading campaigner against racia…
 
Pictured: Sir Stirling Moss OBEMatthew Bannister on Sir Stirling Moss, the iconic British racing driver, noted for his courage and patriotism. Although he never won the world championship, he stormed to victory in many Formula 1 and sports car races. Professor Margaret Burbidge, the pioneering astronomer who carried out extensive work on quasars. M…
 
Pictured: Dr Bill FranklandJulian Worricker on:Dr Bill Frankland, who survived three years in a Japanese prisoner of war camp, studied under Alexander Fleming, and brought the pollen count into the public arena….The radio drama producer, John Tydeman, whose work contributed to the success of Joe Orton and Sue Townsend….Alexander Thynne, better know…
 
This interview was recorded on April 4, 2020. This podcast addresses new information regarding the loss of smell and taste as symptoms, as well as airborne spread of the virus. In addition to being editor-in-chief of the Natural Medicine Journal, Tina Kaczor, ND, FABNO, has been seeing patients since earning her doctorate from the National Universi…
 
Pictured: Albert UderzoMatthew Bannister onValerie Pettit OBE, the senior MI6 officer in charge of the daring operation to get Soviet double agent Oleg Gordievsky out of Russia after his cover was blown.Albert Uderzo – the French cartoonist who created Asterix the Gaul.Reverend Joseph Lowery – the leading American civil rights activist who worked a…
 
According to the National Osteoporosis Foundation, about 10 million Americans have osteoporosis and another 44 million have low bone density which places them at risk of developing osteoporosis. As Baby Boomers age, that number is expected to climb as 10,000 people turning 65 every day. In this interview, bone health expert John Neustadt, ND, expla…
 
In this interview Heather Zwickey, PhD, provides an important update about Covid-19 for healthcare professionals. She discusses the concerning fact that people can be asymptomatic for a longer period of time than previously expected and that the viral shedding may take longer as well. She also discusses the connection between pollen allergies and C…
 
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