Doctor Martin answers live audience questions about health and nutrition
In this podcast we talk about the booming business of cancer, specifically breast cancer.
Dr. Martin Sr. Answers health questions live on the air from listeners.
Many people eat for almost 15 hours per day. This has wrecked our digestive system and hormones. Fasting may be the answer.
In this podcast we talk about calcium and bones. We also discuss a study showing leaky gut syndrome can predict health outcomes as we age.
Dr. Martin joins the Lynn Martin show and answers questions from listeners.
Dr. Martin takes live nutrition calls on the air from listeners.
75% of people who pass the current Type-2 Diabetes testing are actually already a diabetic. Listen to this podcast to find out why.
The Doctor is in weekly radio show September 17 2015.
The Doctor is in weekly radio show for September 10th 2015 on KFM radio Sudbury.
In this podcast we talk about how the current approach of health through chemistry has backfired big time. We also discuss the fact that we have a disease care system not a health care system.
In this podcast we talk about the large systematic review that showed no assoication between saturated fat and all cause mortality, cardiovascular disease, stroke or Type-2 Diabetes. There is no need to worry about eating saturated fat.
In this episode we talk (rant) about recent studies showing the dangers of LOW cholesterol and how there is no connection between elevated cholesterol and heart disease. If you are taking statins, this podcast contains vital information you need to know. We also talk about Coke's new media blitz that is flat out ridiculous.
In the episode we talk about the effect taking birth control pills has on insulin resistance and Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome. We also talk about a few recent studies showing the drastic increase in juvenile arthritis in kids who have a history of antibiotic use.
In this podcast we talk about the recent studies on Non-Steroidal Anti-inflammatories like Ibuprofen and Advil. Even though they are available over-the-counter, they are by no means without risk. We talk about kidney disease, high blood pressure and other issues that be caused by NSAIDS.
In this podcast we talk about 7 reasons why you may be having a hard time losing weight.
In this podcast we talk about nutrients that are more important than calcium for bones. We give our recommendations on how to treat/ prevent osteoporosis. We also rant about the over medication of seniors.
How many carbs should you eat? We get asked this question in our clinic everyday. What happens when you consistently eat too many carbs for your individual body type? We talk about the path from high carbs to disease.
It is estimated that 20% of women have Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS), however we believe that the number is much higher. PCOS has been shown to increase the risk of hospitalization, cancer, heart disease and diabetes. In this podcast we talk about the symptoms of PCOS, the causes and how you can naturally treat this syndrome.
In this episode we talk about 3 new studies. The first study talks about the effect of cortisol on your brain cells. We then talk about a study that shows the benefits of probiotics for your heart. We then talk about how fructose kills your heart.
In this episode we talk about three newer studies that highlight big problems that our kids are facing.
We talk about 8 indicators of future heart problems. We get asked about cholesterol all the time, here are our indicators to look out for.
In this episode we talk about the importance of cholesterol to your health. Your hormones, bones, muscles and every cell in your body need cholesterol. We also talk about the importance of cholesterol and brain health.
In this episode, we talk about the staggering amount of men and women who have low testosterone. We talk about the most common signs that indicate low testosterone and how you can naturally fix the problem. We also talk about the connection of low testosterone to diseases like Type-2 diabetes, depression and heart disease. We also rant a little about the current approach to diabetes "treatment"