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Welcome to New Frontiers in Functional Medicine, Longevity & Epigenetics™ where I interview the best minds in functional medicine to discuss the science and research behind medicine, longevity, epigenetics, and so much more. Expect thought-provoking ideas, new research, lots of clinical pearls for practitioners, and step-change information for clinicians and patients. Join us! ~DrKF Copyright © 2023 by KF Education and Consulting, LLC All Rights Reserved
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In a world of influencers posing as experts, and a time when the public’s trust in media is at an all time low, especially when it comes to nutrition and diets, Dr. Melina presents the Practically Healthy podcast. Drawing from her 20+ years experience as a nutrition MD and media contributor, along with cutting edge scientific studies and REAL facts, Dr. Melina will translate the latest health and wellness trends into what you should do, can do and will do to live your happiest, healthiest, b ...
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Podcast interviews with genius-level (top .1%) practitioners, scientists, researchers, clinicians and professionals in Cancer, 3D Bio Printing, CRISPR-CAS9, Ketogenic Diets, the Microbiome, Extracellular Vesicles, and more. Subscribe today for the latest medical, health and bioscience insights from geniuses in their field(s).
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Revolution Health Radio debunks mainstream myths on nutrition and health and delivers cutting-edge, yet practical information on how to prevent and reverse disease naturally. This show is brought to you by Chris Kresser, health detective and creator of chriskresser.com.
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Your health runs through your immune system. Let’s talk about it. Dr. Jeff Bland is widely regarded as the father of functional medicine. His new venture, Big Bold Health, is on a mission to change the way you think about immunity. Join us for a series of frank discussions with true health visionaries about the future of immunity — What's really going on with your immune system? Why does it depend on the immune systems of the plants you eat and the planet you inhabit? How is your personal im ...
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Fellow clinicians, get ready for a mind-blowing conversation with Dr. Nathan Price, Chief Scientific Officer of Thorne HealthTech and author of The Age of Scientific Wellness. Imagine harnessing AI to predict outcomes of our functional interventions (diet, supplements, lifestyle) by implementing a “digital twin” model that is populated with all of …
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Every experience, connection, meal, and countless other environmental factors can influence whether specific genes are turned on or off, affecting all kinds of physiological processes, including aging. Kara Fitzgerald provides eye-opening insights into this topic and so much more. Tune in to explore: Epigenetics – what it means and the latest devel…
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Is aging the root cause of disease and the breakdown of our bodies? If we can find a way to alter the process, many advances in health and longevity may no longer be out of reach. Press play to learn: Why we age How some organisms appear to be biologically immortal Potential developments to interact with aging coming down the pipeline Co-Founder of…
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Can acne stem from causes which many sources may not have told you before? While older techniques can be practical, recent advancements and discoveries can significantly expedite the process. Listen up to learn: Which skin conditions are common and how to spot improvement New Techniques which may work better for you Which topical products may be be…
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Maggie Jackson sits down with us to discuss her latest book, Uncertain: The Wisdom and Wonder of Being Unsure. Nominated for a National Book Award and added to three Best Books of 2023 lists, Uncertain helps readers understand why they should seek “not-knowing” in times of angst and flux. How can we harness the neglected power of uncertainty? Uncer…
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Can aging be curbed in order to improve the longevity of the body? With certain advancements, humans may be able to find a way to "cure" aging. Listen up to learn: The seven components of aging Where the most mitochondria can be found If aging can be truly reversed Dr. Sandra Kaufmann, the founder of The Kaufmann Anti-aging Institute, shares her wo…
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Are you curious about the magnitude of life that has flourished on Earth over the eons? Dr. Peter Crockford has devised an ingenious method to estimate it and come up with a number: a staggering 10 to the power of 39 cells. As a professor in Carleton University’s Earth Sciences Department, he unveils his groundbreaking research, analyzing ancient r…
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How is artificial intelligence enhancing health and fitness? While technology has the capacity to decrease human activity, it can also help people get into the best shape of their lives. In this episode, we jump into the fascinating world of digital fitness with Daniel Sobhani, an entrepreneurship expert and the CEO of Freeletics. Founded in 2014, …
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In this episode, Dr. Amani Ballour sits down to discuss her upcoming book, The Cave: A Secret Underground Hospital and One Woman's Story of Survival in Syria, set to be released on March 5th, 2024. This intriguing memoir walks readers through the life of a young doctor and activist who ran an underground hospital in Damascus during the Syrian civil…
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Clément Decrop joins us in this episode to discuss his latest book, The Idea Space: The Science of Awakening Your Non-Self. In this fascinating book, Clément offers a groundbreaking, scientific approach to understanding the mind. The Idea Space invites readers to view their thoughts objectively and identify their impact – thus uncovering a happier …
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In this episode of Revolution Health Radio, Chris talks with renowned oncologist Dr. Katie Deming about taking an integrative approach to cancer treatment. They discuss holistic methods of healing, the mind-body connection, environmental impacts on health, and the transformative power of integrative oncology, as well as talking to and supporting pa…
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Dr. Carolyn Kurle, a returning guest from long ago, joins us to discuss her latest book, The Guidance Groove: Escape Unproductive Habits, Trust Your Intuition, and Be True. Dr. Kurle is a tenured Professor of Conservation Ecology at the University of California San Diego and holds degrees in Zoology, German Literature, Wildlife Science and Ecology,…
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Botox is a routine tool used in the cosmetic industry that has become increasingly popular. Is it a healthy medical procedure? What was it initially discovered for, and how has it developed over time? Dr. Eugene M. Helveston, a medical professional with many years of experience, sits down to enlighten us… Dr. Helveston is an emeritus professor of o…
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Dr. David D. Clarke joins the podcast once again to discuss a fascinating topic: psychophysiological disorders. Also known as chronic functional syndromes or psychosocial factors linked to chronic pain, this is a vastly underexplored area of medicine. Dr. Clarke is a professional at the forefront of this field, and he is passionate about educating …
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Mark Springer joins us today to discuss his latest book, Flesh Becomes Words. Mark is an author from San Mateo, California, who studied English and Cell Biology at UC Berkeley. He has been a science and technology writer and editor in the San Francisco Bay Area for more than 30 years, primarily in the biotechnology industry. Flesh Becomes Words is …
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In this episode, we discuss fragmented focus, ADD, and how decreased attention impacts young learners in a technological world. We learn about this intriguing topic from a teacher on the front lines of this issue: John Kish. John is a teacher at St. Benedict’s Classical Academy, where he uses classical education to solve the deep cultural issues of…
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Have you ever taken a sip of water and immediately regretted it because it tasted awful? What about the water that tastes good but isn't good for you? What makes water drinkable? All your questions about water quality and contamination will be answered in this episode, where we’re joined by Peter J. Vikesland, professor of civil and environmental e…
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