Dr. Axe: Hey, guys. Dr. Josh Axe here along with Jordan Rubin. Welcome to “Ancient Nutrition Today.” Today, we’re going to be talking about a topic that is really going to help you females out there. We’re going to be covering the eight dangerous nutritional deficiencies that can cause a lot of female health issues….
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folic acid supplements which are recommended for all women of childbearing age to prevent birth defects harmful harmless or helpful in other words vitamin and panacea or genetic timebomb I do not recommend folic acid supplements I recommend folate from the same word Brutus foliage found in dark green leafy vegetables and legumes but everybody…
“Fighting Lupus With Turmeric: Good as Gold” Different autoimmune diseases tend to target different organs. If our immune system attacks the insulin-producing cells in our pancreas, we can end up with Type 1 diabetes. If our immune system attacks our thyroid gland, we can end up with hypothyroidism. But in the autoimmune disease lupus, our…
“How Not to Die from Cancer” After Dr. Dean Ornish conquered our #1 killer, he moved on to killer #2. What happens if you put cancer on a plant-based diet? Ornish and colleagues found that the progression of prostate cancer could be reversed with a plant-based diet and other healthy lifestyle behaviors. And no wonder….
[Music] about one in three Americans takes a multivitamin is that helpful harmful or just harmless a waste of money in 2011 the Iowa women’s health study reported that multivitamin use was associated with a higher risk of total mortality meaning in effect women who took a multivitamin appeared to be paying to live shorter…
“Is Milk Good for Our Bones?” Milk is touted to build strong bones, but a compilation of all the best studies found no association between milk consumption and hip fracture risk, so drinking milk as an adult might not help bones but what about in adolescence? Harvard researchers decided to put it to the test….
“Bacterial Vaginosis and Diet” In the same way fermented pickles, kimchi, and sauerkraut foster the growth of good bacteria like lactobacillus by maintaining an acidic environment, so does the human vagina. The normal pH of one’s vagina is that of tomato juice. Once it starts creeping up to that of, coffee,though, an overgrowth of bad…
[Music] billions of pounds of seaweed are harvested each year the consumption of which has been linked to a lower instance of chronic diseases both physical and mental for example women who eat more seaweed during pregnancy appear to be less depressed and have less seasonal allergy symptoms but the problem with these cross-sectional correlational…
“The Downside of Green Smoothies” If you split women into two groups and tell them to eat as much soup as they want, but half are given big spoons and told to eat fast, and the other group is given small spoons and told to eat slow, the slow group ended up feeling more satiated…
if one is going to make an evolutionary argument for what a natural vitamin D level might be how about getting vitamin D in the way nature intended son instead of supplements let’s run through the pros and cons though supplements may only cost them about 10 bucks a year sunlight is free you never…
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