Fall Allergy Relief with Dr. Neuzil’s Irrigator

October 28, 2012


Dr. Ed Neuzil, who has owned his own allergy, sinus and asthma practice in Central Florida for more than 11 years joins eHealth Radio and the Allergy Information Channel. Dr. Neuzil has also developed an herbal-enhanced nasal cleansing spray, Dr. Neuzil’s Irrigator that provides relief for dry, irritated nasal passages at www.IrrigatorNasalSpray.com. The nasal spray is now available in nearly 200 pharmacy, natural product stores and e-tailers in the U.S.

Listen to interview [audio player below] with host Eric Michaels & guest Dr. Ed Neuzil discuss the following:

  • Many people are suffering from fall allergies now and attribute it to ragweed pollen. But you are joining us today with a warning about another typical fall irritant.
  • In some ways, mold can be more problematic than other pollen. Why should listeners be concerned?
  • What do you recommend that people do to avoid allergic triggers from mold spores? For those of us who prefer a natural approach to getting relief, what can we do to alleviate symptoms of allergies?
  • The holidays and cold weather will be here for many of us before we know it. Are there potential sinus irritants that we should be on the lookout for during that time of year?
  • At what point should you consider seeing a medical practitioner to help with allergic symptoms? What questions should you ask the provider?


Francis “Ed” Neuzil, PhD, MSN, ARNP is the creator of Dr. Neuzil’s Irrigator. He has over 34 years of experience in the medical field and is a Nurse Practitioner with 12 years of specialty expertise in the fields of allergy, sinus and asthma. He is the owner of the Allergy, Sinus and Asthma Family Health Center in Lady Lake, Florida and has five college degrees including his Ph.D. in Health Administration.

He created the herbal-enhanced sinus rinse for his own family and patients who often suffer during Florida’s extended allergy seasons. Dr. Neuzil’s Irrigator is not a steroid or nasal decongestant. This nasal spray is a saline formula with light menthol, natural oils and herbs added so it doesn’t burn, sting or leave an unpleasant aftertaste. It uses the natural decongesting effects of the essential oils to provide comfort and relief.

The spray is not medicated and is approved for children age four and up. In fact, in January 2012, Dr. Neuzil’s Irrigator received the Parent Tested Parent Approved Seal of Approval. (http://www.prweb.com/releases/2012/1/prweb9127238.htm).

Neuzil is an Associate member of the American College of Allergy, Asthma & Immunology and a member of several local, state and national professional organizations.


Related Web Site: www.IrrigatorNasalSpray.com

Chronic Pain Gone 90 Days with Dr. Dan Twogood

October 28, 2012


Dr. Dan Twogood has been practicing for 30 years as a chiropractor and has just released his newest book, Chronic Pain Gone 90 Days and joins eHealth Radio and the Pain Management Channel. He shares information and solutions that you have not heard from your doctor.

Listen to interview [audio player below] with host Eric Michaels & guest Dr. Dan Twogood discuss the following:

  • What is the difference between pain and chronic pain?
  • How did you discover the diet/pain connection?
  • What are some of the things that cause chronic pain?
  • Why don't doctors know this?
  • How can people contact you and get your book?


Dr. Twogood began practicing in 1982 at the International Sports Medicine Institute in West Los Angeles. While there he treated many of the athletes in the 1984 Los Angeles Olympic Games. He began his private practice in Apple Valley, California in 1985. There, he met a patient who told him that he suffered with chronic back pain and headaches for 20 years. Doctors couldn't help him, but because of high cholesterol, he changed his diet. Within a few weeks he was free of his chronic pain. He later found out that milk and dairy foods caused his pain to return.

Dr. Twogood began experimenting with diet manipulation in 1985 and wrote his first book, "No Milk" in 1991. He has chronicled more of his practice experiences in three more books, "How to Rid Your Body of Pain" in 1996, "MSG is Everywhere" in 1997, and his newest book, "Chronic Pain Gone 90 Days" in 2011. He is available to talk to your group about how to get rid of chronic pain.


Dr. Dan Twogood drtwogood@aol.com

Links: chronicpaingone90days.com

Note: The views expressed do not necessarily reflect the opinions or beliefs of the show host or it's owners.

The Face Yoga Method with Fumiko Takatsu

October 28, 2012


Fumiko Takatsu the creator of the Face Yoga Method and best selling author of five books on Face Yoga joins eHealth Radio and the Health and Fitness Channel. Fumiko has just released her first English version ebook on Face Yoga called “The Ultimate Guide To The Face Yoga Method”.

Listen to interview [audio player below] with host Eric Michaels & guest Fumiko Takatsu discuss the following:

  • What is face yoga?
  • How did you get started doing face yoga?
  • What sort of results have your face yoga students seen?
  • If one has had a facelift or botox can they still practice the face yoga method and get results?
  • How does one pick the best face yoga routine for them?


Fumiko has been practicing yoga for over 30 years. At the age of 44 she has
a timeless, glowing beauty. Since 2006 Fumiko has pioneered the
unique techniques that make up facial yoga, and is one of the best known
face exercise instructors in Japan. The results she found in her own face
and those of her students speak for themselves.

Frequently traveling between Japan and the United States, Fumiko hosts
events and workshops in both countries. She has spent the past 4 years
 teaching, creating Face Yoga Method DVDs, writing books, developing the Face Yoga Method products and making frequent appearances on TV and in magazine articles in Japan. Her Japanese books have been translated in Chinese, Korean and Thai and sold in China, Hong Kong, Thailand, Taiwan, Korea and Japan. She also has appeared on Korean TV shows. But it is the one on one interactions of a facial yoga class that are the most rewarding to Fumiko, helping students discover their most beautiful face and inner self.

Currently Fumiko provides written and video contents for a subscription based Facial Yoga cellular phone application in Japan and blogs regularly on her site faceyogamethod.com. She splits her time between Tokyo and California and lives in Sacramento, California with her husband Henry and a daughter Nina.


Related Web Site: faceyogamethod.com

Jill’s List, an online marketplace for Complementary, Alternative, and Integrative Healthcare

October 27, 2012


Jill Shah the founder and CEO of Jill’s List, an online marketplace for Complementary, Alternative, and Integrative Healthcare joins eHealth Radio and the Healthcare Channel. Noticing a gap in healthcare in regards to Integrative Medicine, Jill created a trusted resource for patients, consumers and employees to find credentialed Complementary and Alternative Medicine practitioners.

Listen to interview [audio player below] with host Eric Michaels & guest Jill Shah discuss the following:

  • What was the inspiration behind Jill’s List?
  • What types of practitioners are on Jill’s List?
  • What can people do to be healthier?
  • I understand that Jill’s List has created a premium product for employers. Tell us about that.
  • What would you like to see for the future of healthcare?
  • What is one tip that you would give our listeners in managing their health care?


Jill Shah is the Founder and CEO of Jill's List - an online marketplace for Complementary, Alternative and Integrative Healthcare.  Doctors and patients use Jill's List to refer patients to CAM practitioners and companies subscribe their employees to a “premium” Corporate Wellness membership which helps employees find, compare and review great practitioners and learn how to pay for “alternative medicine” services which are not covered by their health insurance by using pre-tax dollars from their Flex-spending and Health Savings Accounts.

Prior to Jill's List, Jill was SVP, Business and Corporate Development for Mercator Software, a publicly-traded software company which she helped turn-around and sell to Ascential Software. She moved to Mercator from Monitor Group’s investment banking practice, MAST, where she served as a Vice President, and before that was part of an entrepreneurial team that helped to build the marketing and internet solutions company, Larry Miller Productions, which was then sold to iXL and taken public.

Jill also helped to create the Design Salon for Women Design Entrepreneurs in Boston and serves on the Board of Overseers at Beth Israel Deaconess Hospital and the Board of Advisors for the Cheng Tsui Center for Integrative Medicine.


Related Web Site: www.jillslist.com

There is an unnecessary epidemic of mental illness with Dr. Daniel Trussell

October 27, 2012


"There is an unnecessary epidemic of mental illness in our country" says Dr. Daniel Trussell. Dr. Trussell the CEO of Webstar Behavioral Health and author of How Families Flourish and Kicking Depression Out of Your Life joins eHealth Radio and the Mental Health Channel. As a licensed professional counselor and positive psychology behavioral coach, he has dedicated his career to helping people eradicate mental health problems from their lives.

Listen to interview [audio player below] with host Eric Michaels & guest Dr. Daniel Trussell discuss the following:

  • You say there is an unnecessary epidemic of mental illness in our country. What do you mean by that?
  • So you think prevention is the key to reversing depression. How can we prevent a chemical imbalance in the brain?
  • Are you saying that depression is a myth?
  • What are some ways we can prevent depression?
  • What do you see in store for mental health treatment in the future?
  • So you have written a book called How Families Flourish. Do you think that is the blueprint for preventing mental illness?


Related Web Site: www.webstarbh.com

Beljanski Foundation, Cancer’s Cause and Cancer’s Cure

October 27, 2012


Dr. John Hall and Sylvie Beljanski speak about the background and history associated with Mirko Beljanski, the development of the Beljanski Foundation and the research being done at the University of Kansas Medical Center and the study’s findings associated with ovarian, prostate and pancreatic cancers. Additionally, they also discuss Morton Walker’s recent book published about Dr. Beljanski’s research called Cancer’s Cause and Cancer’s Cure.

Listen to interview [audio player below] with host Eric Michaels & guests Dr. John Hall and Sylvie Beljanski discuss the following:

  • What is the mission of the Beljanski Foundation?
  • Who is Mirko Beljanski and what did he discover?
  • What are the latest findings/studies being conducted by the Beljanski Foundation?
  • Sylvie, as the daughter of the late Mirko Beljanski, what is your vision for the Foundation?
  • Where can one find more information about the work of Mirko Beljanski and the Beljanski Foundation?


Sylvie Bejanski, Vice President Beljanski Foundation
Sylvie Beljanski is committed to continuing the Beljanski family legacy as international leaders in environmental medicine research. Through the work of her father, Mirko Beljanski, Ph.D., and the ongoing research currently being conducted, Ms. Beljanski believes that there is more to be found in alternative medicine and its benefits to those who are fighting life threatening diseases. Born in New York City and raised and educated in Paris, Sylvie Beljanski completed her undergraduate studies at The Sorbonne. She then went on to pursue a law degree and was admitted to the French Bar in 1995. After her father’s passing in 1998, Ms. Beljanski immediately became committed to spreading the word and educating the public about Dr. Beljanski’s discoveries. Traveling throughout the world, she’s educated tens of thousands of people about the importance of detoxification as a defense against harmful toxins that can cause serious disease and infection. She presents The Beljanski® Approach to Wellness with practical recommendations to avoid environmental toxins, remove them and repair the cellular process.

In 1999, Ms. Beljanski became the Vice-President of The Beljanski Foundation, Inc., a 501(c)3 charitable organization whose mission is to further Dr. Beljanski’s research within a network of high-profile research institutions around the world. Her dedication to spreading the word beyond Europe, where it originated, and the U.S., most recently brought her to speak at the General Practitioner Conference & Exhibition in Australia, where they largely accepted these ideas and practices and were eager to join in on the conversation. Ms. Beljanski keeps track of her travels and speaking engagements on her well-followed blog, www.thebeljanskiblog.com.

Ms. Beljanski and The Beljanski Foundation are continuing Mirko Beljanski’s legacy by funding new studies by Columbia University that are seeing the success of botanical extracts Dr. Beljanski discovered in suppressing tumors, including prostate tumors, without damaging healthy cells. They are confident that similar breakthrough discoveries are soon to be revealed about pancreatic and ovarian cancer cells as well.

In addition, new studies by the University of Kansas Medical Center are pointing to the efficacy of two powerful botanical extracts that have shown successful in destroying cancer cells that have resisted chemotherapy. The extracts are believed to promote ovarian health and be a low-toxicity alternative to highly toxic chemo drugs.


John Hall, Ph.D.
As the Senior Scientific Advisor of The Beljanski Foundation, John Hall, Ph.D. presents at scientific conferences and at universities all over the United States and in Europe. Dr. Hall is published in major journals including Cell, Proceedings of the National Academy, Journal of Cell Biology, Molecular and Cell Biology, and Genetics.

Dr. Hall completed his graduate work in biochemistry at Princeton University and New York University. As a post-doctoral fellow and then as a professor at Rockefeller University, his research focused on the fundamental mechanisms relating cell motility to cell division and cancer. He has served as an executive and as a consultant in the biotechnology industry.

Born and raised in Princeton, New Jersey, Dr. Hall feels privileged and honored to continue the work started by the late Mirko Beljanski, Ph.D., and is dedicated to spreading his work and broadening his research through the Beljanski Foundation.

Related Web Site: www.beljanski.com

Enterade-R, benefiting cancer patients undergoing radiation and chemotherapy

October 26, 2012


Hari Thrivikramji the co-founder and CEO of Enterade USA LLC, a company focused on health, nutrition and wellness as well as benefiting cancer patients undergoing radiation and chemotherapy joins eHealth Radio and the Health and Nutrition Channel.

Listen to interview [audio player below] with host Eric Michaels & guest Hari Thrivikramji discuss the following:

  • What is Enterade USA LLC?
  • Tell us how Enterade-R benefits cancer patients undergoing radiation and chemotherapy?
  • What makes Enterade-R special?
  • Where did the idea to create a medical food specifically for radiation exposure come from?
  • Where can people get more information and purchase Enterade-R?


Hari Thrivikramji is the co-founder and CEO of Enterade USA LLC. He received his MD  from the University of Kerala, India, his MBA from Thunderbird, USA and his MSc in Finance in London Business School, UK.


Related Web Site: www.enterade.com

Healthcare Mobile Application by DevelopmentNow

October 25, 2012


Adam Lorts, business development director at DevelopmentNow where they connect your brand with mobile users including the healthcare space joins eHealth Radio and the Health and Technology Channel.

Listen to interview [audio player below] with host Eric Michaels & guest Adam Lorts discuss the following:

  • What lead you to come up with this idea?
  • What does the application do?
  • How was the application built?
  • How do you see new mobile technology used in the future?
  • Where can our listeners find more information about DevelopmentNow online.


Adam Lorts is business development director at DevelopmentNow. He was approached by Ryan Kuefler, a fourth-year medical student studying at St. Matthews University, which is a Caribbean medical school located on Grand Cayman in the British West Indies.

Mobile technology uses are still being uncovered. Ryan Kuefler is a young physician who sees the value in mobile applications used in hospitals. Ryan and DevelopmentNow built a mobile H&P application, and plan that to be a stepping stone to more mobile solutions in healthcare.


Related Web Site: www.developmentnow.com

MovingOn from Cancer with Lockey Maisonneuve

October 21, 2012


Lockey Maisonneuve is a Cancer Survivor, Certified Cancer Exercise Specialist, Personal Trainer & Founder of MovingOn joins eHealth Radio and the Cancer Information Channel.

Listen to interview with host Eric Michaels & guest Lockey Maisonneuve discuss the following:

  • What made you start the MovingOn program?
  • What was your experience with breast cancer like?
  • What sets your program apart from other breast cancer programs?
  • Why do you think the program is so valuable to breast cancer survivors?
  • Where do you currently do these classes? How can women access the classes if they are out of state?

Note: Listen for special offer!


Lockey Maisonneuve began her fitness career in 2004 as a personal trainer. In 2006, after being diagnosed with breast cancer, Lockey underwent chemotherapy, bilateral mastectomies, radiation and saline implant reconstruction. She found first-hand the importance of exercise for both physical rehabilitation as well as emotional well-being. Ms. Maisonneuve serves on the Community Advisory Board for the Carol G. Simon Cancer Center at Overlook Hospital. Her certifications include: Certified Personal Trainer through the National Association of Sports Medicine and Cancer Exercise Specialist through the Cancer Exercise Training Institute.


Links: movingonfromcancer.com

The need for more effective diabetes education with Martha McHenry

October 19, 2012


Martha McHenry a Certified Diabetes Educator and a Managing Partner at Professional Nutrition Therapists to help us with the need for more effective diabetes education to address the diabetes epidemic joins eHealth Radio and the Diabetes Information Channel.

Listen to interview [audio player below] with host Eric Michaels & guest Martha McHenry discuss the following:

  • Why do you think this need exists?
  • How can you reach all these people?
  • Can you give (us) an example of this creativity?
  • Can anyone get access to your online program?
  • What do you hope to accomplish by giving access to more people?


Martha McHenry is a Certified Diabetes Educator and a Managing Partner at Professional Nutrition Therapists.  PNT is a national network of Registered Dietitians that deliver nutrition solutions to individuals, groups and corporation across the 50 states.  She is a member of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics and is past president of Dallas Dietetic Association where today she sits on the board.

Martha has worked in community nutrition with a special focus on weight management and diabetes care. She co-founded the first community-based diabetes education program in south-west Dallas.

In her capacity at PNT, Martha is responsible for managing diabetes care services at PNT and also for developing new delivery systems of the highly acclaimed DAWN Program, the Diabetes, Awareness, Wellness and Nutrition Program developed at PNT.


Related Web Site: www.foodtherapyrd.com