In this episode of The Health Edge Mark and John discuss the research and mechanisms that link cancer as a metabolic disease.
In this episode of The Health Edge John and mark review the different types and food sources of prebiotic fiber and their varying roles in health and disease.
In this episode of The Health Edge Mark and John discuss the health benefits of coconut and olive oil. They also discuss the importance of quality sourcing in the consumption of these oils.
In this episode of The Health Edge Mark and John review common nutrient deficiencies and what contributes to them. These nutrients are essential for good health and performance.
John and Mark share a discussion with Al Danenberg DDS, a periodontist and holistic, functional practitioner on the critical connection between diet, lifestyle and oral health. The state of our total health is heavily influenced by the state of our oral health. Dr. Danenberg provides some game-changing perspective on creating the best conditions possible for achieving this. His web site and blog can be found at: http://drdanenberg.com/
In this previously published episode of The Health Edge 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 getting adequate sulfa in our diets.
In this replay episode of The Health Edge John and Mark discuss the many health benefits of coffee consumption. Studies have shown that coffee may have health benefits, including protecting against Parkinson’s disease, type 2 diabetes and liver disease, including liver cancer. Coffee also appears to improve cognitive function and decrease the risk of depression.
In this episode of The Health Edge John and Mark discuss supplements commonly considered to assist mitochondrial function. Most chronic complex diseases have demonstrated evidence of impaired mitochondrial respiration.