05-04-2016 In this sponsored podcast integrative health expert Russell Jaffe, MD, PhD, CCN, describes a comprehensive approach to identifying immune dysfunction long before illness sets in. He also provides advice regarding diet, lifestyle, and dietary supplements. Jaffe explains why choice is far more significant than genetics and how to counsel patients about reducing immune burden.
04-06-2016 If you are thinking about adding an online patient dispensary to your practice or changing your present dispensary, this podcast will provide valuable information about the various features and benefits provided by these technology platforms. The podcast features specific information about wellevate, a new online patient dispensary from Emerson Ecologics.
03-16-2016 In this podcast, probiotics expert Ross Pelton, RPh, CCN, discusses the use of probiotics to reduce risk of cancer and as an adjuvant treatment. He also tackles tough topics like the number of strains and dosage.
03-02-2016 In this sponsored podcast Mark Davis, ND, describes how he uses probiotics to treat patients with irritable bowel syndrome and inflammatory bowel disease. He also discusses the latest research and what the future holds for probiotics research.
02-18-2016 In this interview, Natural Medicine Journal's Editor-in-Chief, Tina Kaczor, ND, FABNO, explains how she uses iodine supplementation for women with fibrocystic breast changes. She also describes mechanisms of action and the various forms and sources of iodine.
11-18-2015 In this interview, conference organizer Dr. Michael Traub discusses how the Hawaii Doc Talks 2016 medical conference is different than other conferences.
11-04-2015 As president and chief executive office of the Samueli Institute, Alexandria, Virginia, Wayne Jonas, MD, leads a team of researchers dedicated to the effectiveness and integration of healing-oriented practices and their role in wellness and healthcare. In this interview, he describes challenges of integrative medicine research, recent advancements, and what the future may bring.
09-23-2015 Deborah Yurgelun-Todd, PhD, professor of psychiatry and director of the Cognitive Neuroimaging Laboratory at The Brain Institute at the University of Utah, Salt Lake City, describes her present research and the research she has conducted on brain supporting nutraceuticals such as citicoline. She also describes the importance of emphasizing risk reduction research and discovering ways to improve late life outcomes specific to brain function.
09-16-2015 In this interview, Robin Bernhoft, MD, FACS, discusses the health implications of toxic metal exposure and accumulation in the body.
09-16-2015 In this interview, integrative medicine pioneer Russell Jaffe, MD, PhD, describes the concept of bio-detoxification and provides practical clinical information on how to safely support toxin elimination in today’s patient population.
09-02-2015 Find out why the ancient wheat einkorn is well tolerated even by those patients who have severe gluten sensitivity. Why does einkorn contain 30% more protein and significantly higher amounts of other nutrients than modern wheat? With gluten sensitivity on the rise, practitioners are becoming more interested in alternatives for their sensitive patients. Is einkorn the answer?
08-05-2015 Lorenzo Cohen's research at MD Anderson Cancer Center focuses on mind-body medicine with an emphasis on reducing risk of cancer and helping to prevent recurrence. In this interview, he discusses his current research, as well as challenges and future aspirations associated with integrated medicine specific to oncology.
07-01-2015 Healthcare professionals focus so much of their attention on being the best they can be, but sometimes that just isn’t enough to create a thriving medical practice. In this interview with 3 experts, listeners will learn about enhancing patient retention and optimizing clinic operations.
06-23-2015 In this interview, Dugald Seely, ND, founder and executive director of the Ottawa Integrative Cancer Centre, describes the research projects presently underway at the center. He also describes the pragmatic research design that is presently helping to advance the field of integrative research and he discusses the future of integrative cancer research.
05-21-2015 Since its inception in 2002, the Helfgott Research Institute at National College of Natural Medicine in Portland, Oregon, has been studying natural medicine the way it is practiced—using a whole-system, whole-person approach. Heather Zwickey, PhD, the institute's director, explains some of the challenges associated with that approach and also discusses exciting new areas of opportunity that exist for integrative medicine researchers.
04-29-2015 Jeffrey Dusek, PhD, director of research at Penny George Institute for Integrative Health, shares his insights about the innovations and challenges he sees in integrative medical research.
04-01-2015 In the first of 2 interviews, Dawna L. Jones, MD, FACOG, describes how she tests for food sensitivity in her clinical practice. She also discusses prevalence, symptomatology, and gives some advice on how to effectively diagnose food sensitivity issues. In the second interview, James White, chief executive officer of KBMO Diagnostics, describes how the FIT Test is different from other food sensitivity tests.
04-01-2015 Dawna L. Jones, MD, FACOG, describes how she tests for food sensitivity in her clinical practice. She also discusses prevalence, symptomatology, and gives some advice on how to effectively diagnose food sensitivity issues.
04-01-2015 James White, chief executive officer of KBMO Diagnostics, Duxbury, Massachusetts, describes how the FIT Test is different from other food sensitivity tests.
03-04-2015 In this interview, integrative cardiology expert Mark C. Houston, MD, offers insight into treating patients with hypertension, obesity, and coronary disease via the Mediterranean diet, supplementation, and holistic therapies.