Recorded from a live presentation by John Bagnulo Phd , MPH at The Health and Rejuvenation Retreat, December 7, 2017 at La Montana Azul, Costa Rica. This is Part 1 of a two-part overview of important micronutrients and how best to assure adequate intake.
In this episode of The Health Edge John and Mark discuss the fascinating work of Gerald Pollock PhD, a bioengineer from University of Washington doing groundbreaking research on water’s special 4th phase nature in biologic systems.
In this recorded presentation from Montana Azul CR on December 6, 2017 John Bagnulo PhD, MPH examines the various types and biology of fats. An overview of saturated, monounsaturated and polyunsaturated fats and how we metabolically manage them forms the basis for health recommendations. This first of two parts from John will transform the way you think about healthy fat sources.
Recorded at The Health and Rejuvenation Retreat at La Montana Azul, Costa Rica on December 7, 2017. In Part-2 of this workshop, Mark reviews some interesting research linking “junk light” sources with poorer health outcomes. Loss of circadian synchronicity is a prime driver of chronic disease and diminished quality of light. This is an area of immense opportunity from a lifestyle intervention perspective!
Nikola Tesla once said (and I’m paraphrasing), to understand the universe one has to think of life in terms of electromagnetic energy, vibration and light. In Part 1 of this two-part recording from The Health and Rejuvenation Retreat at La Montana Azul, Costa Rica on December 7, 2017 Mark reviews the science and research that clearly links light quality with all aspects of health and healing. Is junk light undermining your health?
Recorded at The Health and Rejuvenation Retreat at La Montana Azul, Costa Rica on December 5, 2017. In Part 2 of this presentation Mark reviews the “5-R” strategy for pursuing gastrointestinal balance and improved health. Many unresolved sources of the “chronic inflammatory response syndrome” (CIRS) can be addressed with more time, testing and attention paid to these dynamic and integrated systems.
Recorded at The Health and Rejuvenation Retreat at La Montana Azul, Costa Rica on December 5, 2017. In part 1 of this overview of the role gastrointestinal “barrier function” plays in health and disease, Mark examines the gut as an immunomodulatory organ as much as it is a digestive organ. Common lifestyle disruptors of GI balance and barrier function will be reviewed. In part 2 Mark will address strategies for restoration of gut balance and what it means for healthspan.