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Solving the Puzzle with Dr. Datis Kharrazian is based on more than 20 years of Dr. Kharrazian's experience working with autoimmune and brain health patients throughout the U.S. and Europe, exhaustive review of the scientific research, and protocols he has innovated through trial and error in working with complex patient cases. Dr. Kharrazian discusses evidence-based models incorporating diet, nutrition, and lifestyle — protocols hard won through decades of working with tough, complex patient ...
 
This is the story of a mass-murder that divided a nation - a story that began in a rickety old home on a cold June morning in 1994, where five members of a seemingly ordinary New Zealand family were gunned down. There were two suspects. One lay dead from a single bullet to the head. The other was the only survivor: David Bain. Since then the country has asked: who killed the Bain family? David or his father Robin? In this podcast, Martin van Beynen explores the case from start to finish, pic ...
 
Joleen Cummings, a mother in Nassau County, Florida disappeared Mother's Day 2018. This is the story for the search of Joleen and the search for answers in one of Florida's most puzzling murder cases. This podcast is brought to you by investigative reporter Bridgette Matter at Action News Jax
 
Famous Mysteries Albert Jack is a collection of the world's most famous and puzzling mysteries. What really happened to the Mary Celeste? Who killed Marilyn Monroe? Where is Bigfoot? Could Aliens really exist? From crop circles to the Scottish lighthouse keepers who vanished one stormy night and from religious visions to the spine tingling tale of a restless family tomb, bestselling author Albert Jack has now turned his detective skills to the mysteries that have baffled so many over the yea ...
 
The Bone Coach Osteoporosis & Bone Health Podcast is dedicated to helping you understand all things related to diet, lifestyle, bone health, and how you can live and thrive with low bone density, osteopenia and osteoporosis. Podcast host, Kevin Ellis, is a Certified Health Coach, Health & Wellness Speaker, and the Founder of BoneCoach.com. Kevin was diagnosed with osteoporosis in his early 30’s and has since worked to help his Bone Coach clients and community members get the conditions right ...
 
You have questions about Adult ADHD? I work hard to provide answers. — Reliable answers honed over 20 years of primary research, writing, blogging, presenting, and leading support groups. — Preeminent ADHD experts including Russell Barkley, PhD, endorse my work. — These podcasts share readers' most popular posts from my award-winning ADHD Roller Coaster blog—the second and oldest website of any kind on Adult ADHD. — Founded in 2008. — My long-awaited online courses are available NOW — Thanks ...
 
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In this video, Dr. Kharrazian answers questions from members of the course Hashimoto's: Solving the Puzzle (drknews.com). To learn more, visit the site or the online Hashimoto's: Solving the Puzzle course page. Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/solving-the-puzzle-with-dr-datis-kharrazian. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out inf…
 
In this video, Dr. Kharrazian answers questions from members of the course Hashimoto's: Solving the Puzzle (drknews.com). Topics covered include: The optimal TSH level, food sensitivities and Hashimoto's, low thyroid symptoms but no diagnosis, testing total immuoglobulins before Cyrex testing, antibody testing when on immunosuppressants, CIRS and t…
 
In this interview with Dr. Beverly Yates, we explore diabetes, its impact on the body, and how it can affect your bones and contribute to osteoporosis. LIMITED TIME FREE ACCESS-->Click Here For Your FREE 7-Day Osteoporosis Kickstart *** Topics Covered 2:57: What's your story? How did you get into this field? 5:17: What is diabetes, what are the dif…
 
In this video, Dr. Kharrazian answers questions from members of the course Hashimoto's: Solving the Puzzle (drknews.com). Topics covered include what your thyroid antibodies mean for your Hashimoto's symptoms, how to know if a particular lab is reliable, coffee enemas, the impact of adrenal exhaustion on Hashimoto's, when to take your thyroid meds …
 
In this video, Dr. Kharrazian explains how the vagus nerve affects digestion and other aspects of gut health, factors that can compromise vagus function, and the best ways to strengthen your vagus nerve . Not all vagal exercises are alike and you want to use the most effective ones. Dr. Kharrazian has worked with many patients over the years whose …
 
In this interview with Functional Medicine Practitioner, Betty Murray PhD-C, MS, CN, we discuss estrogen, hormone therapy, testosterone, DHEA, gut health, osteoporosis, and why your blood tests may not give you the full picture. LIMITED TIME FREE ACCESS-->Click Here For Your FREE 7-Day Osteoporosis Kickstart *** Topics Covered 2:53: Estrogen replac…
 
If you struggle with chronic depression, anxiety, or other mood disorders, you may suffer from undiagnosed hypothyroidism. A thyroid hormone deficiency can cause multiple brain-based symptoms. This is because thyroid hormones play an important role in the function of many areas of the brain, including neuron health, brain immune cells called neurog…
 
Not all thyroid supplements are equally effective – in fact, some can actually make your hypothyroid symptoms worse. You might have come across the mistaken belief that hypothyroidism is caused by a nutritional deficiency of iodine, tyrosine, or thyroid glandulars. This is an outdated theory from the 1950s and ‘60s that unfortunately still persists…
 
It’s an incredibly common question among hypothyroid patients: what’s the best diet for hypothyroidism? While specific diet plans can certainly make a profound impact, for the best results you have to tailor your diet to your individual needs. Outdated myths persist when it comes to the best diets for hypothyroidism, and we should tackle some of th…
 
You might not realize just how many chemicals you encounter on a day-to-day basis. Each of us is routinely exposed to thousands of different chemicals – many of which can impact your thyroid health. Some of these chemicals are cleared out of the body through liver “biotransformation.” Commonly called detoxification, this is the process through whic…
 
If you’ve been diagnosed with hypothyroidism, you should know low thyroid function can impact your gut health. This is why it’s important to properly manage the underlying mechanisms of your hypothyroidism. An intimate relationship exists between your gastrointestinal tract and your thyroid, with each affecting the other. The health of the stomach,…
 
If you're like 3/4 of Americans, you suffer from IBS, diarrhea, acid reflux, constipation, abdominal pain, leaky gut, SIBO, bloating and gas, and so on. In this podcast Dr. Kharrazian explains the number-one rule he follows when working with any gut health patient: Start at the top and work your way down. If you are trying to improve your microbiom…
 
In this Part II of our Bone Health and Echolight interview with Dr. Kimberly Zambito, we explore the clinical use of R.E.M.S. technology (Radiofrequency Echographic Multi Spectrometry) technology and Echolight, an emerging technology for the diagnosis and monitoring of osteoporosis. LIMITED TIME FREE ACCESS-->Click Here For Your FREE 7-Day Osteopor…
 
You may have heard of leaky gut but did you know you can get leaky brain too? The most common symptoms are brain fog and slower mental speed, but an intestinal blood-brain barrier plays a role in numerous brain disorders. Learn more in this episode and from great viewer questions. Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/solving-the-puzzle-with…
 
Mold toxicity is a silent factor a lot of people don’t consider when rooting out causes for chronic health issues. Because most of its signs and symptoms are invisible to everyone else, it often goes unsuspected until symptoms become disabling. Many factors can play a role in mold toxicity, from water damage in your home, school, or workplace, to i…
 
Low stomach acid and gallbladders sludge are very common gut issues in Americans. Low stomach acid can lead to symptoms such as acid reflux, heartburn, indigestion, belching and bloating, and discomfort after eating meats and proteins. Gallbladder sludge can lead to belching and bloating, burping up fish oil capsules, and discomfort after eating fa…
 
In this interview with Prednisone Pharmacist, Dr. Megan Milne, we discuss the #1 medication contributing to bone loss and osteoporosis, the short and long-term implications of use, how it works against you, and what you can do about it for the long-term health of your skeleton. LIMITED TIME FREE ACCESS-->Click Here For Your FREE 7-Day Osteoporosis …
 
In this episode, Dr. Kharrazian goes over the primary mechanisms of histamine intolerance and mast cell activation syndrome (MCAS). But first, make sure you even have these conditions as these diagnoses are being tossed around a little too casually these days. While the low-histamine diet may reduce symptoms, it does not necessarily address the und…
 
Chronic bloating and abdominal distention are common gut health complaints. In this podcast, Dr. Kharrazian covers the primary causes of bloating and how to start implementing solutions. Multiple things can cause bloating, with the underlying mechanisms depending on the individual. You must work north-to-south in the GI tract to identify where your…
 
Hypothyroidism, or low thyroid function, impacts your skin, hair, nails, joints, body inflammation, systemic inflammation—all of which affect your physical appearance. The most common cause of hypothyroidism is an autoimmune disease called Hashimoto’s, a disorder that causes the immune system to attack and destroy the thyroid gland. It is an incura…
 
In this interview with Alex Exposito & Echolight Medical, we’re going to explore why R.E.M.S. technology (Radiofrequency Echographic Multi Spectrometry) technology may very well be the future of prevention, diagnosis, and short and long term monitoring of osteoporosis. LIMITED TIME FREE ACCESS-->Click Here For Your FREE 7-Day Osteoporosis Kickstart…
 
What happens to your health when your thyroid hormones are low? In this episode, Dr. Kharrazian talks about the various conditions that can cause low thyroid hormones, including Hashimoto’s disease, improper hormone conversion, and incorrect hormone replacement. He then goes through the impact of thyroid hormone deficiency on different systems in t…
 
Gluten is a much more complex topic than most people realize. First of all, most gluten sensitivity testing is extremely limited as it only tests alpha gliadin. The truth is, people can react to many different portions of wheat, including the lectins in wheat agglutinin, and various other gliadans besides alpha gliadin. Unless you screen for an imm…
 
PANDAS and PANS are autoimmune brain disorders that affect children in the aftermath of a strep infection or other infections. Symptoms include sensory, emotional, or movement disorders. These conditions are often misunderstood, misdiagnosed, and inappropriately treated. In this talk, I explain what causes PANDAS and PANS, lab testing, management s…
 
Do you suffer from fatigue, brain fog, depression, cognitive issues, mood or psychiatric issues, or memory loss? A gluten sensitivity manifests neurologically in 2/3 of people — most people do not have gut symptoms in response to gluten. Researchers call gluten sensitivity a neurological disease. Yet gluten sensitivity is significantly under diagno…
 
Many people think their autoimmune management depends on diet. While diet plays a key role, it does not go the full distance for everyone. The autoimmune journey involves finding your underlying mechanisms and triggers. They are different for everyone...and they are not always obvious. First, you have to know what the possible triggers are. Researc…
 
It takes the average autoimmune patient 10 years and visiting 20 doctors before receiving an autoimmune diagnosis. There is very little medical training on autoimmunity and the disease must be quite advanced before doctors can intervene. In the meantime, patients suffer not knowing what to do. As a result, you must take charge of your own health an…
 
Stuff presents Once a Panther, a major new podcast series: On June 16, 1971, a radical group of Pasifika and Māori men and women confronted state-sanctioned racism to form the Polynesian Panther Party. Like their seafaring ancestors before them, the Polynesian Panthers guided their people to a new horizon – but instead of stormy seas, they navigate…
 
Adult ADHD-Focused Couple Therapy TM. Why create a special model for Adult ADHD-challenged couples? Why not just use standard couple therapy? Great questions. I’ll answer them in this podcast. Finally, I can also refer you to my online courses! With all sincerity, they are a game-changer. In addition to elevating lives, my goal is elevating the sta…
 
ADHD symptoms can interfere with innate empathy—not to mention empathic actions. When Taylor J had children, she vowed not to be like her parents: narcissistic. She and her husband—both late-diagnosed—had tried to "teach empathy" to their oldest child, but the lessons never took. Or did they? Listen and find out! In the discussion around "drugging …
 
· How can you be blindsided by an ADHD diagnosis? It’s easy. · Our culture has alternate explanations for virtually all ADHD-related challenges—e.g. depression, anxiety, and trauma. Even in this 21st Century, the mental health profession has not caught up to the science. · When we finally learn, we are shocked: Why did we not know this before? · Ho…
 
· What was your “light bulb” moment—when you discovered the possibility of Adult ADHD for yourself or your partner? · In this podcast, I share results from the ADHD Partner Survey—the most comprehensive study of Adult ADHD lifestyle issues, particularly as regards relationships. · The survey question was: “How Did You Learn Your Partner Might Have …
 
Welcome to an historical—and musical—perspective on the early stimulant Benzedrine and how its legendary misuse might have created lasting stigma around ADHD and the neurostimulants used to treat it. Harry “The Hipster” Gibson wrote and performed Who Put the Benzedrine in Mrs. Murphy’s Ovaltine in 1944. Some medical historians place would place 194…
 
Why learn about potential ADHD-related physical manifestations? Because, I believe, it helps us to move beyond seeing ADHD as simply about "focus" and "distractibility." When my husband, whose ADHD late-diagnosis inspired my work 20 years ago, seemed unable to detect a powerful scent, I started sleuthing. Could this, too, be related to ADHD—or some…
 
Adult ADHD was made an official diagnosis in 1994. For years before that—and years after as well—millions of people struggled without benefit of diagnosis. We humans love to solve mysteries. And when we don't have accurate explanations, we tend to create alternate narratives. Typically, this is not helpful. In this podcast, I share selected results…
 
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