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Stem Cell Therapy Offers New Hope for What Plagues Us

Stem Cell Therapy Offers New Hope for What Plagues Us

February 28, 2018

 

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Dr. Joseph Christiano, ND, CNC, CNHP, who is a naturopathic doctor, certified nutritional counselor and certified nutritional health professional joins eHealth Radio and the Health News Channel to talk about Stem Cell Therapy offering new hope for what plagues us.

 

Listen to interview with host Eric Michaels & guest Dr. Joseph Christiano discuss the following:

  1. Why do you characterize adult stem cell therapy and activators as a disruptive technology?
  2. What are the main advantages of stem cell therapy over conventional medical treatments?
  3. How does stem cell treatment work to heal chronic pain or degenerative illnesses?
  4. How should patients choose from the different types of therapies you describe in Stem Cell Revolution?
  5. When do you predict adult stem cell therapy will become mainstream?

 

Joseph Christiano, ND, CNC, CNHP, is a naturopathic doctor, certified nutritional counselor and certified nutritional health professional through Trinity College of Natural Health. “Dr. Joe” has spent more than 50 years both personally and professionally in natural health, including: exercise/diet, pain management, anti-aging and stem cell therapies and treatments.

He is president and founder of Body Redesigning by Joseph Christiano®, and best-selling author of Bloodtypes, Bodytypes and YOU, among others. His new book, Stem Cell Revolution, describes how stem cell therapies, treatments and activators are becoming game changers in the world of natural health.

 

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Website: www.bodyredesigning.com

Keeping your pet fit and healthy and what to do if your pet needs to lose weight

Keeping your pet fit and healthy and what to do if your pet needs to lose weight

February 11, 2018

 

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Dr. Katy Nelson, a Veterinarian at the Belle Haven Animal Medical Centre in Alexandria, Virginia again joins eHealth Radio and the Animal Health Channel to discuss keeping your pet fit and healthy and what to do if your pet needs to lose weight.

 

Listen to interview with host Eric Michaels & guest Dr. Katy Nelson discuss the following:

  1. People and their pets need to balance their diets, that is certainly true. How do you figure out how much to feed your pets and how often?
  2. If you feed your pets table food or unhealthy food now, how can you transition them to eat more healthy options?
  3. What about exercise in the winter?
  4. Where do you find FreshPet?  Is it in your local supermarkets and stores?
  5. If there is one piece of advice for pet lovers and how they feed their pets, what would it be?

 

Dr. Nelson is an associate veterinarian at the Belle Haven Animal Medical Centre in Alexandria, VA. as well as the host and executive producer of "The Pet Show with Dr. Katy" on Washington DC's News Channel 8 - the show airs at 11am on Saturday mornings. She serves as an expert on animal health on Washington DC's All News Radio Station, WTOP News as well as onWashington DC’s ABC affiliate WJLA ABC 7. She has been featured on the TODAY Show, Fox & Friends, NPR, CNBC, The Meredith Vieira Show, HuffPost Live, and is the expert for the second season of the popular show “Unlikely Animal Friends” to air this Spring on NatGeo Wild. 

Dr. Katy is the Medical Director of Pet Health for Stop Aging Now, a leading nutrition and lifestyle company that relies on the latest clinical research to guide them in their efforts to help people and pets. She is also the Medical Director of Pet Health for BioStem Logics, the leader in regenerative medicine for humans and pets. She is a frequent contributor to HuffPost Pets, BarkPost and PetMD and you can also read "Ask Dr. Katy" quarterly in the Virginia-Maryland Dog Magazine, or online.

Dr. Nelson is passionate about health and fitness, and she strives to help dogs and cats to live the longest, fullest life that they can lead by staying fit and trim. Along with Steve Pelletier from SlimDoggy and Krista Wickens from DogTread, she is a founding partner of PetsMove.org, a national health and fitness initiative aimed at getting people healthy alongside their dogs.

A lover of fashion and beauty, she envisions a world where all products are cruelty-free, not tested on animals, made in a sustainable manner, and free of harsh chemicals that are unsafe not only for us, but for our pets. She is also a passionate advocate for pet rescue and Pit Bull Type Dogs, and speaks ardently on the subjects in many different forums.

Dr. Nelson is a Certified Veterinary Journalist (CVJ), accredited by the American Society of Veterinary Journalists (ASVJ). She is the former President of the District of Columbia Academy of Veterinary Medicine, the oldest and largest veterinary continuing education society in the United States. Through her consulting business, KJN Pet Marketing, she has served as a valuable source to reporters around the country for the past 6 years, and as a marketing consultant for pet-related companies - from Fortune 500 corporations to pet/pet parent targeted start-ups.

A native of Louisiana, Dr. Nelson was raised on a small farm in the heart of the state where her childhood was filled with many beloved pets. She earned her veterinary degree in 2001 from the Louisiana State University’s School of Veterinary Medicine. Dr. Nelson has had some very unique opportunities in her career to hone her skills in both small animal practice and corporate veterinary medicine. She lives in Washington DC with her husband, their son and daughter, their rambunctious dogs Papi (Dr. Nelson's co-host on "The Pet Show"), an incredibly lovable Labradoodle, Eddie Underbite, a Shih Tzu/Poodle mix obtained through Mutts Matter Rescue and Petfinder.com, and The Lizard of Oz, a bearded dragon rescued through the Fairfax County Animal Shelter.

Despite being a very busy wife, Mom, pet parent and doctor, Dr. Nelson still carves out time for many charitable organizations in the DC area and beyond. She is committed to helping the Catherine Violet Hubbard Animal Sanctuary in Newtown, CT, become a reality. She serves on theWashington Humane Society's Fashion for Paws Advisory Board, the Washington DC area's premier philanthropic fashion event. She is a proud member of the advisory board for The Chaos Foundation and is a long-term supporter of The Tigerlily Foundation and St. Jude’s Children’s Research Hospital.

 

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Freshpet: www.FreshPet.com

Affilitation Websites: http://www.bhamc.com | www.thepetshow.tv

Social Media Links:
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Freshpet
Twitter: https://twitter.com/Freshpet

Tips for Better Health

Tips for Better Health

February 3, 2018

 

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Dr. Morton Tavel, a physician-specialist in internal medicine and cardiovascular diseases joins eHealth Radio and the Health News Channel.

In addition to managing patients, he held a teaching position (Clinical Professor) at Indiana University School of Medicine and regularly taught medical trainees at all levels. He has written three books for the general public of His most recent book, entitled "Health Tips, Myths, and Tricks: A Physician's Advice.

 

Listen to interview with host Eric Michaels & guest Dr. Morton Tavel discuss the following:

  1. Do you have any tips for proper eating?
  2. What is your thinking about red meat?
  3. How important is breakfast?
  4. Are there any risks from consuming low-calorie beverages?
  5. What are your thoughts on energy drinks?

 

A lifelong native of Indianapolis, Dr. Morton Tavel received both college and medical degrees at Indiana University. Scholastic honors include graduating summa cum laude and the honorary societies of Phi Beta Kappa and Alpha Omega Alpha. His civic activities include, among others, having been past president of the local and state divisions of the American Heart Association.

Dr. Tavel is a physician specialist in internal medicine and cardiovascular diseases. In addition to managing patients, he held a teaching position (Clinical Professor) at Indiana University School of Medicine and regularly taught medical trainees at all levels. In addition, he has presented numerous speeches and lectures before national and international audiences that include peers as well as the general public. He has authored over 125 research publications, editorials, book reviews, and a full medical text.

He has written three books for the general public, most recently one entitled “Health Tips, Myths, and Tricks—A Physician’s Advice”.

 

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Website: www.mortontavel.com

Life Balance and Omega-3s

Life Balance and Omega-3s

January 19, 2018

 

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Nils Hoem, Chief Scientist at Aker BioMarine to talk about the importance of “life balance” and how omega-3s are an essential part of healthy living joins eHealth Radio and the Nutrition and Supplement Channels.

 

Listen to interview with host Eric Michaels & guest Nils Hoem discuss the following:

  1. Let’s start from the beginning.  What are omega-3s and why do we need them?
  2. You’re the Chief Scientist for Aker BioMarine, a leading supplier of krill oil.  I read a post that Aker recently launched a health campaign on the importance of omega-3s and the ramifications of omega-3 deficiency, can you tell me more about that campaign?
  3. During the educational short film, one of the key points was that even those who seem ‘healthy’ can have dangerously low omega-3 levels. Can you talk more about the importance of knowing your omega-3 levels?
  4. Can you tell our listeners what omega-3 level they should strive for and how to get there?
  5. What is next for Aker BioMarine? Can we expect to see a part 2 to this short film or another campaign in the future?

 

Nils Hoem is the Chief Scientist at Aker BioMarine. Nils Hoem received an M.Sc. Pharmacy at University of Oslo, Norway, in 1983 and finished a Dr. Philos. in Pharmacology at University of Oslo in 1991. He worked as an Associate Professor at University of Oslo until 2000.

After working as a visiting scientist at University of Southern California from 2000-2001, he held Director positions at MDS Pharma Services Europe and Pronova Biopharma Norway before joining Aker Biomarine as a Chief Scientist in 2008. Sectors of Personal Expertise: food & beverages / life sciences / chemicals / other industrial products, materials or services.

 

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Website: www.akerbiomarine.com

Social Media Links:
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/akerbiomarine
Twitter links: https://twitter.com/AkerBioMarine

Naked Nutrition Has Nothing to Hide

Naked Nutrition Has Nothing to Hide

January 15, 2018

 

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Steve Zieminski, Founder, at Naked Nutrition, the unique protein powder and supplement brand that has many products that contain only one ingredient joins eHealth Radio and the Health News and Supplement Channels.

 

Listen to interview with host Eric Michaels & guest Steve Zieminski discuss the following:

  1. What is Naked Nutrition?
  2. How did the brand get started?
  3. What are some of your more popular items?
  4. How do you differ from other competitive brands?
  5. What are some trends you’re seeing in the health & wellness space?

 

At an early age, Steve Zieminski was introduced to running by his father which included innumerable 5k road races and weekends spent at the track. After high school, he attended the University of Florida where he ran cross country and track, and was a two-time All American for the Gators.

Following school he moved to New York City with the goal of eventually working on Wall Street. After making it to a large bank in Manhattan, Albert Matheny moved up to New York and the two began working on ideas for a nutrition company. It is from this friendship that Naked Nutrition was born.

While Steve doesn’t run as much as he used to, he replaces time spent out on the road with weight lifting, tennis, mountain biking, and surfing.

 

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Website: www.nkdnutrition.com

Social Media Links:
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/nkdnutritioninc
Twitter: https://twitter.com/nkdnutritioninc

Building Muscle: How HercuLean Meal Prep is Making American Healthy Again

Building Muscle: How HercuLean Meal Prep is Making American Healthy Again

December 9, 2017

 

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Ben Canary, Co-Founder of HercuLean Meal Prep located in Indianapolis with a mission to help people live healthier lives through what they eat, namely through the right composition of macro nutrients joins eHealth Radio and the Fitness and Nutrition Channels.

Listen to interview with host Eric Michaels & guest Ben Canary discuss the following:

  • HercuLean Meal Prep health-focused family story that includes a bodybuilder and Ben's background in food science and food regulation.
  • Why HercuLean Meal Prep has a high emphasis on Macro-Nutrientts and the reason the business has such a high focus on this concept.
  • How HercuLean fits into the trend of more people cooking at home and how they are clearly breaking the mold as well.
  • How the storefront in Indianapolis came all together and how the store is doing.
  • The plan for the future of meal prepping, health and the macro-nutritent concept.

 

HercuLean Meal Prep was founded in 2017 by two Indiana-born brothers, Nathan and Ben Canary, a bodybuilder, and a food scientist / self-taught chef. The “Macros Curated” mantra is embodied through the 23 meal options available on a subscription basis, for as little as $7. The HercuLean Meal Prep store opened in September 2017, and isolated at 3832 82nd Street in Indianapolis, Indiana.

 

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Website: HercuLeanMealPrep.com

Social Media Links:
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/macros.curated
instagram:  https://www.instagram.com/macros.curated

Safe Catch where their tuna is traceable from catch to can

Safe Catch where their tuna is traceable from catch to can

November 2, 2017

 

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Bryan Boches, the Co-Founder of Safe Catch where their tuna is traceable from catch to can and we only buy from captains whose fish come from managed and sustainable tuna stocks joins eHealth Radio and the Health News and Supplement Channels.

 

Listen to interview with host Eric Michaels & guest Bryan Boches discuss the following:

  • How did you come up with the idea of Safe Catch? Tell us a little more about it? 
  • Is it true Safe Catch - Elite Wild Tuna has the lowest Mercury of any tuna brand? Please explain. 
  • Is Safe Catch ok to eat several times a week unlike traditional tuna? 
  • Is it safe for pregnant women as well?
  • Tell us about the additional products in the Safe Catch line? 

 

About Safe Catch: Our tuna is traceable from catch to can and we only buy from captains whose fish come from managed and sustainable tuna stocks. Read more about our sustainability policy. Then, we test each tuna.Using our proprietary technology, we are able to test every single fish for its mercury content. If it doesn’t meet our purity standards we don’t buy it.  It still may be a good tuna, but it’s not a Safe Catch tuna.

  • Our limit for Safe Catch Elite Wild Tuna is ten times (10x) stricter than the FDA mercury action limit.
  • Our limit for Safe Catch Wild Albacore Tuna is three times (3x) stricter than the FDA mercury action limit.

 

About the Co-Founders Bryan Wittenberg & Bryan Boches: As childhood friends growing up next door to each other, we never thought we would be working together and fighting for purity in our seafood and oceans. It all began when Sean’s mom read an article about mercury variance in tuna and said, “Moms shouldn’t have to worry about giving tuna sandwiches to their kids. Sean, why don’t you solve this?”

After some research, we learned that two identical tuna, same species, size and school could vary in mercury levels by over 10 times. The only way to know the mercury level was to test every fish.

Existing technology cost $100 per mercury test which would make a can of tuna cost about 50 bucks. So, we formed a team of talented software and hardware engineers and invented a new technology to rapidly test every fish for purity.

We went to major seafood brands and offered to test for them but they all declined. One executive told us that consumers wouldn’t understand or care about better purity. So, we did what any entrepreneur with zero experience in food would do. We started a new brand of tuna and named it Safe Catch.

We knew how to identify amazing tuna but we didn’t how to make amazing tuna. We were surprised to learn that conventional tuna is precooked, rehydrated with fillers, machined processed and recooked and as result of so much processing it loses many vital Omega 3 oils, flavor and texture.

So, we searched for a better way to make and cook tuna. We found and adapted an old artisan method. At Safe Catch, we hand cut and hand pack each wild tuna steak into a BPA free lined can with no additives or fillers. Then, we slow cook it just once. It took us 75 different variations to get our formula perfect.

We’re so happy with the purity, quality, and taste. All of the vital Omega 3 oils and flavor are retained in Safe Catch tuna and there is no draining after opening. Open the can into a bowl, chop up the steak with a fork and let it reabsorb its natural oils. It’s moist and delicious pure wild tuna as nature intended.

We hope you love it!

– Sean & Bryan

Safe Catch Founders

 

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Website: www.safecatch.com

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/safecatch

 

The Omax3 difference: Why taking omega-3 supplements are important to overall health

The Omax3 difference: Why taking omega-3 supplements are important to overall health

July 13, 2017

 

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Dr. Joseph C. Maroon a renowned neurosurgeon, sports medicine expert, health and nutrition expert as well as Ironman triathlete joins eHealth Radio and the Health News and Supplement Channels to talk about why taking omega-3 supplements are important to overall health.

 

Listen to interview with host Eric Michaels & guest Dr. Joseph C. Maroon discuss the following:

  • Why should people take an omega-3 supplement?
  • What makes Omax3 so special in the omega-3 space?
  • How does Omax3 benefit cognitive, heart and muscles?
  • What is the freezer test?
  • How does Omax Pet help with pet health?

 

Dr. Joseph C. Maroon, MD, FACS is Professor and Vice Chairman of the Department of Neurological Surgery and Heindl Scholar in Neuroscience at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center. In addition to being a renowned neurosurgeon, he is a sports medicine expert, health and nutrition expert and Ironman triathlete.

For more on Dr. Maroon click here.

 

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Website: www.omax3.com

Social Media Links:
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Omax3
Twitter: https://twitter.com/omax3

Most Healthy Options in Frozen Food!

Most Healthy Options in Frozen Food!

July 9, 2017

 

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Andy Reichgut, the Executive Vice President of Garden Lites, a food company that has a mission to offer consumers delicious and nutritious foods where vegetables are always their first ingredients joins eHealth Radio and the Health News & Nutrition Channels.

 

Listen to interview with host Eric Michaels & guest Andy Reichgut discuss the following:

  • What makes Garden Lites product different than other products?
  • Please describe the product line, flavors and why they help kids and families get hooked on veggies?
  • Why is it important to incorporate veggies into the diet?
  • Why is that a challenge for families?
  • What should people look for when purchasing healthy products and not be fooled by labels?
  • Where can we find Garden Lites in the supermarkets and where  can we find a store near us or online?

 

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Andy Reichgut is the Executive Vice President of Sales and Marketing at Garden Lites. Andy is an expert in consumer marketing having worked at such prestigious companies as Pinnacle Foods Group LLC, Mars Incorporated, and Reckitt Benckiser. He is an expert in healthy foods and the clean label movement.

 

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Websitewww.gardenlites.com

Social Media Links:
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/gardenlites
Twitter: https://twitter.com/gardenlites

6 Easy ways to Eat well for Life…including simple steps to save you time and money

6 Easy ways to Eat well for Life…including simple steps to save you time and money

July 5, 2017

 

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Angela Emmerton, Clinical Nutritionist and Founder of Nutritional Matters, which helps people solve their health problems through practical nutritional solutions, so they can feel the best they can be joins eHealth Radio and the Health News & Nutrition Channels.

 

Listen to interview with host Eric Michaels & guest Angela Emmerton discuss the following:

  • There’s so many diets today and it’s confusing knowing what to eat – so how do we eat well for good health?
  • So how do we get back to basics and eat ‘real wholefood'?
  • In your expert opinion what is the key ingredient which keeps people on track and eating well for life?
  • What if you’re on a low-budget – can you still eat well?
  • What are the foods we need to avoid for our health sake?
  • Finally, how do you encourage your patients to eat well for life?

 

As an ambassador for ‘That Sugar Film’, Angela believes – and the science shows – that good health is the product of good nutrition.

Angela has spent over 10 years studying all things nutrition, including the eastern philosophy of food as medicine and combined this with studies in social sciences and counselling.

Her practice is under-pinned by the latest evidence-based nutritional medicine, following scientific research on nutrition, nutrients and positive lifestyle practices. However, having spent over 20 years in the corporate working world she understands the effect modern day life has on a person’s health. Her approach is based on ‘keeping it real’ and her recommendations are informed by reality and practical for everyday busy people.

Angela work’s in private practice at McMahon’s Point and in Sydney’s CBD and helps people solve their health problems and transform their lives, turning their health around, from symptoms including; excess weight, hormonal imbalances, fatigue, sleep, anxiety, depression, poor digestion (IBS), food intolerances, diabetes, cardiovascular disease, thyroid dysfunction, etc.

Angela continues to be called upon to provide her expertise in this field of nutritional medicine.  During 2016 she was selected as the nutritionist for Todd Sampson to undertake a nutritional dietary assessment, as part of Todd’s preparation for the six part TV series ‘Bodyhack’.  

Angela is also an advisory team member for ‘SugarByhalf’, a not-for-profit organisation who aim to reduce Australia’s sugar consumption and help combat childhood obesity and chronic disease.

As a trusted advisor, Angela speaks to variety of audiences, empowering them to take responsibility for their health and wellbeing through workshops, corporate talks, presentations and in-service education to complimentary healthcare practitioners.

In addition, Angela facilitates movie screenings of ‘That Sugar Film’ and discussions, for business groups, workplaces and communities, providing educational tools and techniques for people to make informed choices to benefit their own health.

No two DNAs are the same, making your nutritional requirements unique.

Angela’s mission is to transform peoples lives by offering practical nutritional solutions, tailored to each unique ‘individuals’ need, so they go on to lead productive and balanced healthy lives.

 

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Website: www.nutritionalmatters.com.au

 

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