The Health Edge Episode 32: Sulfation and Human Health

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John and Mark discuss the fascinating process of “sulfation”, the attachment of sulfur to molecules throughout the human body e.g. lining of our blood vessels, vitamin D and cholesterol as the “carrier”.

They explore the importance of adequate sulfation in detoxification, producing brain neurotransmitters, lowering cardiovascular risk, reducing inflammation, etc. They also touch on the impact glyphosate has on the sulfation process.

John and mark conclude with lifestyle strategies to enhance more effective sulfation.

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Stefanie Sennef PhD, MS MIT Sulfation Research


The Health Edge Episode 32: Sulfation and Human Health

John and Mark discuss the fascinating process of “sulfation”, the attachment of sulfur to molecules throughout the human body e.g. lining of our blood vessels, vitamin D and cholesterol as the “carrier”.

They explore the importance of adequate sulfation in detoxification, producing brain neurotransmitters, lowering cardiovascular risk, reducing inflammation, etc. They also touch on the impact glyphosate has on the sulfation process.

John and mark conclude with lifestyle strategies to enhance more effective sulfation.

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The Health Edge 31: SIBO Small Intestinal Bacterial Overgrowth

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In this episode of The Health Edge, John and Mark review the hot topic of SIBO, small bacterial intestinal overgrowth. In this emergent area of research, migration of bacteria normally present in the colon (large intestine) migrate into the small intestine and find “safe haven”. SIBO is now well associated with Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) and may be associated with a host of other health problems.

John and mark briefly review testing and treatment strategies of SIBO.

Dr. Mark Pimentel’s (at Cedar Sinai) Research

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The Health Edge: Episode 31 SIBO

In this episode of The Health Edge, John and Mark review the hot topic of SIBO, small bacterial intestinal overgrowth. In this emergent area of research, migration of bacteria normally present in the colon (large intestine) migrate into the small intestine and find “safe haven”. SIBO is now well associated with Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) and may be associated with a host of other health problems.

John and mark briefly review testing and treatment strategies of SIBO.




The Health Edge: Answering your questions

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In this episode of The Health Edge Mark answers some commonly asked questions by listeners. Topics include:

  • Alternatives to hormone replacement for PMS and hormonal imbalance.
  • Statins: To take or not to take to reduce cardiovascular risk
  • Chronic kidney disease: what can be done to protect one’s kidneys

The Health Edge: Q & A’s

In this episode of The Health Edge Mark answers some commonly asked questions by listeners. Topics include:

  • Alternatives to hormone replacement for PMS and hormonal imbalance.
  • Statins: To take or not to take to reduce cardiovascular risk
  • Chronic kidney disease: what can be done to protect one’s kidneys