July 19, 2015
Jacqui Olliver, the Sex Technique Modifier at End the Problem who is recommended by leading medical specialists joins eHealth Radio and the Relationship and Sexual Health Channels. Jacqui teaches men, women and couples the ultimate strategy behind achieving and restoring a great sex life.
Listen to interview with host Eric Michaels & guest Jacqui Olliver discuss the following:
- What's the difference between sex and relationship therapists - and what you do?
- How common are sex problems in society?
- Do you think these problems result in thinking that your husband or wife may be having an affair?
- What are the hidden symptoms of sex problems - how can a partner tell if their partner has a sex problem?
- What contributes to poor sexual technique?
- What are 5 things men AND women need to know about erectile dysfunction?
Jacqui Olliver is the "go to" person for doctors and relationship therapists to send clients, to solve their sexual dysfunction issues. Recommended by leading medical specialists - problems achieving orgasm, premature ejaculation, erectile dysfunction and a switched off libido can all be easily corrected with her unique treatment method WITHOUT DRUGS.
Known as The Sex Technique Modifier at End the Problem, Jacqui Olliver teaches men, women and couples the ultimate strategy behind achieving and restoring a great sex life.
July 18, 2015
Ashley Tyrner, CEO of Farmbox Direct, a weekly food delivery services that is bringing new meaning to the phrase "farm to table" joins eHealth Radio and the Nutrition & Health News Channels.
Listen to interview with host Eric Michaels & guest Ashley Tyrner discuss the following:
- Tell us more about your background as a busy New York single mom working in the fashion industry, and how that sparked the idea to design a concept like Farmbox.
- Tell us more about how Farmbox Direct aims to address this public health crisis.
- Tell us more about what you believe families can do to keep their kids healthy- the conversations we should have with them about fresh food, how to make vegetables something they enjoy eating, and maybe even aspire, like your daughter, to switch toward a more plant based diet?
- Since stress and mental health is a huge health concern, especially for entrepreneurs, what would you say kept you grounded and undeterred on the path throughout that time that you were growing Farmbox, and what still helps you deal with stress and life's roadblocks today?
- What are some other food truths or eating "non-negotiables" you live by on a regular basic that you would recommend to our listeners?
Launched in March 2014 in New York and since having expanded to all over the U.S., Farmbox Direct is a growing startup founded with a vision of how food SHOULD be: farm to table. The founder and CEO, Ashley Tyrner, realized when she became a busy single mom that she didn't always have time to make a weekly trip to her local farmer's market. Yet, as a farmer's daughter and having spent her childhood summers in the Midwest, she knew the all the amazing benefits of fresh and local foods, and how GMO and pesticide-sprayed food just paled in comparison.
Ashley also knew firsthand what its like to have little or no access to affordable, quality produce, having had to live off of food stamps while pregnant. And now with over 42 million Americans living in food desserts, many don't even have access to a farmer's market. That's where Farmbox Direct comes in.
July 17, 2015
Michael Jeffers, CEO of Helios CORP, a privately owned, award-winning developer of science-based remedies, including estroG-100, which is scientifically developed for the purpose of providing relief from the symptoms of menopause joins eHealth Radio and the Female Health & Supplement Channels.
Listen to interview with host Eric Michaels & guest Michael Jeffers discuss the following:
- What is EstroG- 100?
- What are the main ingredients you use and where are they sourced from?
- What kind of testing has been done to ensure your product’s safety and efficacy?
- What are the long-term benefits of EstroG?
- What is the recommended daily dosage?
- How do they compare to other treatments for the symptoms of menopause?
- How accessible are your products? Where can they be found?
EstroG-100 is an all-natural, over the counter supplement composed of botanicals has been used for hundreds of years by women in Korea and China for menopausal symptom relief, and is now conquering the U.S. market. EstroG-100 employs a mixture of hot-water-extracted herbs, all of which have at least 400 years of documented usage in Asia.
Using the E-screen test, the industry standard in testing the effectiveness of each botanical, it’s proven to work 6 times faster (and safer) than any other alternative including black cohosh – the once sought-after herbal remedy for menopausal relief. Side effects reported by black cohosh users include the minor – cramping, nausea, headaches – to more severe claims such as blood clots and even liver damage. Clinical studies have shown EstrG-100 to be the best option in natural relief without the side effects:
- Safe: No liver toxicity, weight gain, bleeding or estrogenic consequences- no artificial production of hormones
- Fast working: 6 times faster than any other alternative
- Effective: Results in few as 7-14 days
- All Natural: Completely non-toxic, composed of hot water extracts of 3 botanicals
- Easily Accessible/Affordable: Available nationwide at stores including CVS and Walgreens
- Tested and Classified NDI (new dietary ingredient) by the FDA
July 16, 2015
Nadia Tarazi, Founder of MicroNourish that is blazing the trail that wakes the world to the connection between micronutrient absorption, gut balance and brain health by creating superior formulas that change lives and set a new standard for mental wellness joins eHealth Radio and the Health News, Mental Health & Stress Management Channels.
Listen to interview with host Eric Michaels and guest Nadia Tarazi discuss the following:
- Many people these days feel overwhelmed and stressed, whether it's due to pressures from work, finances or personal relationships. But most people don't realize how closely their mental state is connected to their digestive health, or gut health. Can you talk a little about this connection?
- What exactly are micronutrients, and what impact do they have on mental wellness?
- What are some reasons people aren't getting enough micronutrients?
- What is the MicroNourish System, and what makes your products unique?
- Tell us more about what makes the MicroNourish core formula unique?
- What kind of resources do you have available for our listeners to learn more about micronutrients and the brain-gut connection?
Note: Special listener discount link for coaching series and to try the MicroNourish System.
Nadia started MicroNourish after
her quest to improve her focus, digestion and eating led her to learn
about the importance of micronutrients and gut health. Taking a
broad-spectrum of micronutrients provided an equilibrium she had never
experienced. Nadia immediately wanted to help others find the path
sooner than she had – and provide high-quality micronutrients from a
company people could trust. She worked with scientists and micronutrient
experts to develop a system of nutritional formulas that she takes
herself, and confidently gives to her family.
With a career background as a Media Producer and Executive Coach, Nadia
never imagined she would end up producing nutrient formulas. But the MicroNourish System is
the perfect combination of her long-held passions: Understanding how
the mind works, focusing on alternative and nutritional health
solutions, looking at individuals from a holistic perspective, and
supporting people to be their best, brightest selves.
July 15, 2015
Dr. Diane Anderson a Board Certified Radiologist specializing in Breast Imaging and the Co-Medical Director of Samaritan Breast Center in Dayton, Ohio
the first site in Ohio to offer Sonocine Automated Whole Breast Ultrasound (AWBUS) joins eHealth Radio and the Cancer Prevention and Technology Channels.
Listen to interview with host Eric Michaels and guest Dr. Diane Anderson discuss the following:
- Tell us a little about your practice and specialty.
- What is the SonoCiné AWBUS™ technology and why did you choose to offer this breast screening examination?
- Why do you think you are the first in the state to offer this exam?
- Why is mammography not enough and who is a candidate for the exam?
- I understand that there is an Ohio Breast Density Information Law that are forcing imaging facilities to tell women if they have dense breast tissue. Is this working and how do you feel about this?
- Why do you think women shy away from getting checked out and what age should they get these exams?
- Is this covered by insurance and how often should you get a breast exam?
- What is your advice to women for protecting their breast health?
Dr. Diane Anderson is a Board Certified Radiologist specializing in Breast Imaging. She is the Co-Medical Director of Samaritan Breast Center.
Dr. Anderson completed her radiology residency training at the Cleveland Clinic Foundation in Cleveland, OH after obtaining her Doctor of Osteopathy (D.O.) degree from West Virginia School of Osteopathic Medicine in Lewisburg, WV.
Dr. Anderson is dedicated to providing advanced breast cancer detection through the latest diagnostic imaging technology.
Samaritan Breast Center has a history of bringing the latest technology to breast imaging. They were the first fully digital mammographic center in the Dayton area. Additionally, they are the first site in Ohio to offer Sonocine Automated Whole Breast Ultrasound (AWBUS).
Dr. Anderson is a partner in Medical Radiologists Inc. They were the first to bring stereotactic biopsy to the area in 2000. Additionally, they were the first to offer Breast MRI and Breast MRI biopsy.
Websites: www.sonocine.com | www.goodsamdayton.org
July 14, 2015
Marie Bertrand, the President and Owner of Skin Science, a clinic that provides unbiased, ethical and science based skin care recommendations for both women and men joins eHealth Radio and the Anti-Aging & Skin Care Channels.
Listen to interview with host Eric Michaels & guest Marie Bertrand discuss the following:
- Your career began in cancer research in Washington D.C. at the National Cancer Institute and you made the switch to educating others about skin care. What motivated that switch?
- As the founder of Skin Science, What does it mean to be a ‘Skin Scientist’? What makes Skin Science different?
- There are so many anti-aging products on the market. What would you recommend and why? When should people start using anti-aging products?
- We hear a lot about stem cell research and skincare lately. Tell us about how stem cell research has come into skincare?
- Many individuals do not know the severity of protecting your skin from the sun before a significant amount of damage is already made to their skin. What are the best services or products for people with sun damaged skin?
Marie Bertrand, a microbiologist and skin scientist, has worked for many years in the cosmetic industry to develop and teach training sessions on skincare and dermatology. In 2007, Marie founded SkinScience Clinic to bring a new vision to skincare in Canada. Marie develops integrated skincare routines customized to meet the unique needs of her patients. SkinScience offers ethical and unbiased recommendations; develops skincare regimes based on scientific facts, sound clinical studies, and measurable results; and provides on-going support and education for all customers.
July 13, 2015
Dr. Michael Fenster, aka Dr. Mike, Board-certified interventional cardiologist and author of the new book, "The Fallacy of the Calorie: Why the Modern Western Diet is Killing Us and How to Stop It" again joins eHealth Radio and the Nutrition & Health News Channels.
Listen to interview with host Eric Michaels & guest Dr. Michael Fenster discuss the following:
- Your new book, "The Fallacy of the Calorie" discusses why we as a culture are obsessed with dieting, counting calories, restrictive eating, and so forth, and also warns that sometimes even the lowest calorie processed staples (like diet, zero-calorie soda) are the WORST things we can ingest in our bodies. Yet there is now the technology side of obession, aka "digital dieting", where we are taking diet and fitness apps to an extreme. Now even Google is getting heat for releasing a-calorie counting app for our food pics on Instagram! What's your take on this?
- There's a new study that was done on mice at Oregon State University indicating that diets high in sugar and fat may impair cognition by changing gut bacteria. The effects were most severe on a high sugar diet, which was also linked to a deficit in early learning for both long term and short term memory. Your book discusses how we're hard-wired to crave things like sugar, salt, and fat. How can we diminish these cravings and possibly re-wire our brains to crave whole foods so we can avoid the harmful effects on our cognitive states and gut bacteria?
- There is however, hope on the horizon. Recent articles show that nutrition experts are deciding to drop recommended restrictions on total fat consumption in the forthcoming 2015 Dietary Guidelines for Americans. Wonderful news that the tides are changing! Do you, the standard federal guidelines moving in a new direction in the next five years, given all this new information we have that low-fat dieting is NOT the answer?
- Summer is in full swing and that means we still have weeks to enjoy BBQs, indulgent vacations, and of course, summer cocktails! What are some of your favorite go-to healthy summer recipes that are simple, fun to make, and of course delicious and in season?
- What's next on the horizon? New book? Will you be speaking at any conferences this year? What courses are you teaching? Tell us all about it!
- If you could provide the #1 health myth that we can completely ignore because it's completely bogus (besides counting calories), what would it be?
Dr. Michael S. Fenster, also known as Dr. Mike, just released his newest book, Fallacy of the Calorie. He is best known for his renovated approach to food and health, which resulted in the Grassroots Gourmet™: delicious food that fosters well-being through promoting metabolic health. Dr. Mike loves to combine his culinary talents with his medical expertise. Dr. Mike is a Board Certified Interventional Cardiologist and has published original cardiovascular research that has appeared in peer reviewed scientific and medical journals. As a result, he has been asked participate on numerous medical advisory boards and participate in cardiovascular thought leader symposiums throughout the country. But Dr. Mike’s culinary career began before he ever attended medical school. He received his culinary degree in gourmet cooking and catering from Ashworth University where he graduated with honors.
July 8, 2015
Per Wickstrom the Founder of Choices Recovery, a holistic treatment center for substance abuse joins eHealth Radio and the Addiction Information & Health News Channels to discuss the current state of drug use in America.
Listen to interview with host Eric Michaels & guest Per Wickstrom discuss the following:
- What are the top three substances that you treat patients for in your programs?
- What new substance/drug scares you the most?
- How can society as whole tackle the issue of addiction?
- Is addiction increasing or decreasing worldwide and why?
- What is the one thing that you would tell a person who has a loved one who is suffering from substance abuse?
Wickstrom's own experience with drug and alcohol addiction is lengthy. He was first introduced to alcohol at the age of 13. Growing up, I watched my dad come home and drink after a hard day's work, says Wickstrom. "I reached for a drink and felt better and ultimately found solace in alcohol. He began to dabble in marijuana as well and was eventually kicked out of his house at age 15. Living with people much older than himself, Wickstrom was introduced to cocaine, creating a futher downward spiral into addiction.
After years of drug abuse and multiple rehabs, 15 years ago Per Wickstrom finally he graduated from rehab and decided he wanted to help others enjoy the same life-affirming success. His dedication and perseverance in opening a rehabilitation facility has resulted in lasting recovery forthousands of clients. One goal Mr. Wickstrom believed in was to provide a natural approach to treatment that would serve as a solid foundation for clients to build on after leaving his treatment programs. To accomplish this goal, he developed programs to include protocols for addressing emotional, behavioral, spiritual and physical aspects of addiction. In this way, the client benefits not only from overcoming the physical dependence, he or she also develops strong coping techniques, strategies for avoiding temptation, and new ways of approaching life in general. "We don't tell you what you have to do to achieve peace and sobriety," says Wickstrom..."we show you, so that you have the power to make changes for yourself."
July 7, 2015
Dr. Sue Decotiis a multi-board certified physician based in midtown Manhattan who specializes in regenerative and functional medicine again joins eHealth Radio and the Health & Supplement Channels.
Listen to interview with host Eric Michaels & guest Dr. Sue Decotiis discuss the following:
- Describe functional medicine and regenerative medicine. What do you do for your patients?
- How would an appointment with you be different than the typical doctors office visit?
- Tell me about the supplements you use in your practice ? How do you utilize them in patient care?
- In the news there has been so much about poor quality sometimes even harmful supplements. How can the consumer be protected?
- Can you give any recommendations for a basic supplement regimen to take for the average person out there, man woman middle age, etc.
Sue G. DeCotiis, MD is Triple Board Certified: Internal Medicine, Obesity Medicine, Anti-aging / Regenerative Medicine and a New York State Licensed Physician in private practice for 20 years. She is also an attending physician at Beth Israel Medical Center as well as Lenox Hill Hospital. Dr. DeCotiis obtained her medical degree from the New York Medical College, Valhalla, New York. Her internship in Internal Medicine was completed at Lenox Hill Hospital, and her residency in Internal Medicine and Pathology were completed at Westchester County Medical Center and NYU Medical Center respectively. She is the author of A Woman’s Guide to Sexual Health, Pocketbooks (Simon and Schuster), and publishes a quarterly newsletter sent to all patients. A firm believer in the benefits of exercise, Dr. DeCotiis is an avid tennis player, kayaker and a beachcomber – and dog lover.
July 1, 2015
Dr. Josie Tenore M.D., MSc - President of FreshSkin, Inc a Medical Spa and Longevity Health Center joins eHealth Radio and the Beauty, Skin Care and Spa Health Channels.
Listen to interview with host Eric Michaels & guest Dr. Josie Tenore discuss the following:
- What does that mean? Wellness/Longevity Medicine and beauty for both men and women.
- Tell me about some of the wellness services you provide. What are the beauty services?
- What is the gender breakdown?
- Do Men REALLY do botox? Why?
- What do most people fear when they see you?
- Tell me about Micronutrient testing?
- What does your Pathway Genomics testing tell you? When do you offer it as part of the weight loss programs?
"My vision has always been to help people feel good—on the inside and out. That’s why I began my practice as a family physician and then decided to specialize in aesthetics.”
Josie L. Tenore, M.D., M.Sc., is board-certified in family and Integrative medicine. She became interested in aesthetics during medical school. As a result, most of her electives focused on dermatology and plastic surgery. Dr. Josie began her practice with family medicine because she enjoyed the challenge of delivering comprehensive health and well-being to people of all ages. This unique combination of family medicine and aesthetics led her to advocate a program of eating well, exercising and aesthetics for patients who want to have the best quality of life.
Dr. Josie completed her medical training at the University of Toronto in Toronto, Canada, in 1984. Her belief in continuing education to expand her knowledge and skills led Dr. Josie to receive training in varicose vein treatments in 1986, and chemical peels and skin care in 1988. In 1998, she earned a Master of Science in Public Health from Harvard University. This allowed her to work with world-renowned specialists and offer state-of-the-art medical care to her patients.
She also has a passion for educating others. Dr. Josie has taught at several medical schools: the University of Toronto (her alma mater); Brown University in Providence, Rhode Island; and Northwestern University in Chicago, Illinois. In addition, she has authored many scientific articles in well-recognized medical journals.
Dr. Josie is a member of the American Academy of Family Physicians, the American Society for Laser Medicine and Surgery and the National Society of Cosmetic Physicians.