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Does All Medical Research Get a Fair Shake?

Sunday, January 15th, 2017

Many people believe that integrative and functional medicine are woo-woo and not science-based. But the reality is that there is ample evidence of the efficacy of less toxic interventions. The question we really have to ask is: “How objective are peer-reviewed articles, published in medical journals overall?”

One study found that it depends on who the peers are. In a randomized, controlled, double-blind study, a group of nearly four hundred expert peer reviewers reviewed an obesity paper. Fifty-percent of the experts reviewed a paper in which the drug “hydroxycitrate” was named as the active ingredient, while an otherwise identical paper reviewed by the other half of the peer review group listed the active ingredient as the homeopathic remedy, sulfur. Read More→

Can We Solve Our Health Problems One Person at a Time?

Thursday, December 29th, 2016

What’s the difference between health prevention, health care, and public health? Health prevention tries to address the causes of health imbalance and disease. Health care treats an individual after symptoms or disease manifests. Public health tries to remove disease contributors— that affect all people. The bottom line is that some health concerns must be addressed through health care and making the right personal health choices. But some disease contributors can only be addressed by modifying societal health choices.

Let’s first clarify the difference between personal and societal health choices— and the connection between them. On the personal level, if my friend, Ralph chooses to regularly over-eat foods known to produce gain weight, his personal decision may drive him towards obesity. On the societal level, if corporate influence, regulations, laws, subsidies, and social policies make fattening foods cheap and available, then these policies will drive Ralph— and millions of others— towards weight gain and obesity. Read More→

Listen to Dr. David M. Brady, ND discuss his new book, The Fibro-Fix: Get to the Root of Your Fibromyalgia and Start Reversing Your Chronic Pain and Fatigue in 21 Days to learn why a combination of toxins, stress, and abuse are producing an epidemic in conversation with Alison Rose Levy.

Since January 2011, Connect the Dots is a weekly show on the Progressive Radio Network hosted by food, health, and environmental journalist, Alison Rose Levy. Each week through in-depth interviews with different thought leaders, advocates, scientists, authors, and experts, we connect the dots between personal wellbeing and the total environment.

Bugs R Us

Thursday, June 30th, 2016

Published on EcoWatch
From the get-go, conventional medicine’s signature promise was to help humans kill infections and wipe out invading bacteria via antibiotics and vaccines.But research over the last decade reveals that fighting germs with antibiotics, injecting antibiotics into livestock animals, and dousing ourselves, our homes, and our environment with antibacterial toothpastes, cleansers, and soaps may turn out to be a misguided, producing long term health consequences. Read More→

Connect the Dots: Maya Shetreat- Klein: The Dirt Cure

Monday, February 15th, 2016

Listen to Connect the Dots: I interview Maya Shetreat-Klein, MD, author of The Dirt Cure: Growing Healthy Kids With Foods Straight From Soil. We talk about the connection between childhood allergies and immune disorders and all the toxins and additives in food and other products. http://connectthedots.podbean.com/2016/02/
Since January 2011, Connect the Dots is a weekly show on the Progressive Radio Network hosted by food, health, and environmental journalist, Alison Rose Levy. Each week through in-depth interviews with different thought leaders, advocates, scientists, authors, and experts, we connect the dots between personal wellbeing and the total environment.

Connect the Dots: Vincent Pedre: Happy Gut

Friday, January 15th, 2016

Listen to Connect the Dots: I interview Vincent Pedre, MD, author of the new book, Happy Gut about why so many people have digestive issues nowadays— and what you can do!

http://connectthedots.podbean.com/e/connect-the-dots-–-taking-it-in-the-gut-–-010616/
Since January 2011, Connect the Dots is a weekly show on the Progressive Radio Network hosted by food, health, and environmental journalist, Alison Rose Levy. Each week through in-depth interviews with different thought leaders, advocates, scientists, authors, and experts, we connect the dots between personal wellbeing and the total environment.

Radio Show: Ask and Receive to Heal Yourself

Saturday, September 4th, 2010

Energy psychologists, Sandi Radomski and Tom Altaffer, discuss their healing approach, Ask and Receive, a unique and easy to learn technique to clear blocks to health and higher states of awareness. This health discovery uses the power of your unlimited being to allow you to ask for what you want in your life and attain it. People use this Read More→

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Radio Show: Integrative Pediatric Care

Saturday, August 21st, 2010

On this program, Alison Rose Levy interviews Dr. Lawrence Rosen, MD, a board certified pediatrician committed to holistic child care. Dr. Rosen runs the Whole Child Center in New Jersey and serves as Medical Advisor to the Deirdre Imus Environmental Center for Pediatric Oncology. With the health difficulties that Read More→

Just How Smart is Your Body?

Sunday, February 10th, 2008

We all know that ah-ha! moment when a new insight or experience changes everything. But ah-ha’s are the province of the mind, aren’t they? Like a backward beast, the body merely drags around our higher mental functions and our opposable thumbs. Read More→

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