Posts Tagged ‘heart disease’

Christian Wilde an Author/Researcher Focuses on Tumeric/Disease Research

Sunday, March 17th, 2019

My guest this week was Christian Wilde an author/researcher who has appeared as a favorite guest on hundreds of radio shows and has been a medical ‘go to’ commentator over 106 times on George Noory’s number 1 international radio show airing to millions of nightly listeners in the US and Canada, Armed Forces Radio, Sirius and computers worldwide. as 95 other nationally syndicated radio shows.

He has authored two landmark books, Hidden Causes of Heart Attack and Stroke and Miracle Stem Cell heart Repair. He also authors the Christian Wilde Stem Cell and Turmeric Research Report covering more than 87 catastrophic diseases.

The author’s work has been supported by the Directors of stem cell research, cardiovascular disease and regenerative medicine at 11 major universities, including Columbia, University of Utah, Minnesota and UCSD. He has been a voice for adult stem cell research, documenting the progress since 2002.

Before his endeavors into the medical arena, Christian was an independent song writer and record producer for Warner Bros. Columbia, Capitol/EMI, United Artists and MCA/UNI records. His current 14 song CD as a singer/songwriter is Journey On Hold.

He recently received the “Excellence in New Health Product Innovation” Award in Cambridge, Maryland at the Emord & Associates 10th year Gala as well as an award “For Inventing Novel and Effective Products that Enhance Health and Life.”

More information on his website  https://www.myheartbook.com/pages/christians-bio    

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Exercise—Any Physical Activity Saves Lives

Wednesday, October 18th, 2017

Physical activity of any kind can raise the heart rate, prevent heart disease and death and help people meet the current guidelines of 30 minutes  a day or 150 minutes a week according to a new study published in the Lancet. The study involved more than 130,000 people in 17 countries. People from low and middle income countries who often do not participate in leisure time physical activities were included. Researchers said “By including low and middle income countries in this study, we were able to determine the benefits of activities such as active commuting,. having an active job, or even doing housework. ” He also said one in four people worldwide do not meet the current activity guidelines and that number is nearly three in four in Canada.

Using the new criteria of activity influenced the death rates of all diseases and and heart disease 28% and 20%. They also found that those who had brisk walking 750 minutes a week reduced their risk of death by 36%They also found that less than 3% of the people achieved that level with leisure activities but 38% did with activities such as commuting, being active at work, and doing housework. They concluded that if people could be active for at least 150 minutes a week, a total of 8% of deaths could be prevented..

Jeffrey Smith Talks About GMO’s

Sunday, April 24th, 2016

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Jeffrey Smith is an international bestselling author, award winning filmmaker, Executive Director of the Institute of Responsible Technology, and the leading spokesperson  on the health dangers of GMO’s.

The most recognized consumer advocate promoting healthier non-GMO choices, Jeffrey Smith’s meticulous research documents how biotech companies continue to mislead legislators and safety officials to put the health of society at risk and the environment in peril. His work expertly summarizes why the safety assessments conducted by the FDA and regulators worldwide teeter on a foundation of outdated science and false assumptions, and why genetically engineered foods must urgently become our nation’s top food safety priority.

In 2012 Smith’s feature-length documentary Genetic Roulette, The Gamble of Our Lives was awarded Movie of the Year (Solari Report) and Transformational Film of the Year (AwareGuide). Described as a “life-changer” and seen by millions worldwide, the film links genetically engineered food to toxic and allergic reactions, infertility, digestive disorders, and numerous problems that have been on the rise in the US population since genetically modified organisms (GMOs) were introduced.

His books include: Seeds of Deception: Exposing Industry and Government Lies about the Safety of the Genetically Engineered Foods You’re Eating, the world’s bestseller on GMOs, and Genetic Roulette: The Documented Health Risks of Genetically Engineered Foods, the authoritative work on GMO health dangers.

A dynamic keynote speaker, Mr. Smith has lectured in more than 40 countries, counseled leaders from every continent, and has been quoted by thousands of news outlets including: The New York Times, Washington Post, BBC World Service, The Times (London), the Associated Press, Reuters News Service, the LA Times, Time Magazine and the New Scientist. He appears frequently on radio and television on shows such as the Dr. Oz Show, The Daily Show with Jon Stewart, The Doctors, CBS News, Fox News, CNBC, NPR and Democracy Now.

Mr. Smith is the founding executive director of The Institute for Responsible Technology (IRT), the most comprehensive source of GMO health risk information for consumers, policy makers, and healthcare professionals. IRT’s educational programs are driving the tipping point of consumer rejection against GMOs, which is already starting to push genetically engineered ingredients out of the market in the US.

Mr. Smith resides in California and Iowa— surrounded by genetically modified soybeans and corn.

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Can Beet Juice Assist Muscle Power in Heart Patients?

Wednesday, September 23rd, 2015

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A new study published in Circulation: Heart Failure researchers concluded that drinking concentrated beet juice boosts muscle power in patients with heart failure. Their research was built on previous research that showed that high dietary nitrates found in beet juice and spinach improves muscle power in athletes.

Data was collected on 9 patients with heart failure. Two hours after drinking concentrated beet juice, patients demonstrated a 13 percent increase in power in muscles that extend the knee. The most substantial benefit was observed when the muscle was moved at the highest velocity.  The increase in muscle performance was significant in quick, power-based actions, but there was no improvement in performance during longer tests that measure muscle fatigue. In the study subjects served as their own control, with each receiving the beet juice treatment and an identical beet juice placebo that had only the nitrates content removed. There was a onew to two week period between trial sessions to ensure that any effect of the first treatment did not carry over to the second. A double blind trial was used in which neither the trial participants or investigators knew the order in which patients received the treatment and placebo.  No side effects to patients were observed from the treatment.

Although it was a small study, researchers saw robust changes in muscle power about two hours after patients drank the beet juice. They said “A lot of

the activities of daily living are power based–getting out of a chair, lifting groceries, climbing stairs. And they have a major impact on quality of life. We want to make people more powerful because power is such an important predictor of how well people do, whether they have heart failre, cancer, or other conditions. In genera, physically more powerful people live longer.” Because elderly patients loose about one percent of their muscle mass annually after a certain age the researchers are interested in further study of the effects of beet juice on muscles.

Interview with Professor Brian Peskin on Fish Oil and PEO’s now Available for Listening.

Sunday, February 17th, 2013

BpeskinMy guest on Saturday was Professor Brian Peskin who is Founder of Lifestyle Engineering Science and author of 8 books including the Hidden Story of Cancer. More information was presented earlier on this site and can be found at: Http://www.brianPeskin.com