Posted in Health, Kinesiology on 11/25/2009 02:37 pm by admin
DUE TO SOME TECHNICAL ISSUES, ONLY PART OF THIS SHOW WAS AIRED.
Guest: Ken Campbell
Well folks I have no words of wisdom concerning misgivings day tomorrow. A day called thanksgiving that clearly means different things to different cultural groups. One thing is for sure, those of us who are caught in the endless shuffle of being wage earners must use this time off to not only relax and enjoy the company of family and loved ones but to strategize about how to not only ensure survival but to prosper in the years ahead. America is truly in its winter season with no end in sight. We can not depend on government and corporate interests to do what is best for everyday Americans. They are becoming one in the same,…not just in the FDA or organizations that we have looked at because of their role in health care but indeed across the board for all the regulatory structures that are suppose to keep this democracy fair and just. So today I want to give you something to chew on over the holiday. I want to share something that I think is the future of medicine if the world were to take a more humane direction.
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Posted in Asthma, Buteyko on 11/18/2009 03:56 pm by admin
Dr Kokayi interviews Bud Weiss on a tried and proven method for treating asthma and other physiologic problems that result from over breathing or silent hyperventilation. This leads to significant loss of Carbon dioxide and the resultant inadequate distribution of oxygen to the cells and tissues as per the Bohr effect as well as spasming of smooth muscle tissue. This method, the Buteyko method, was developed by the Russian physician, Konstanin Buteyko in 1952. The Buteyko method has garnered some attention of late because Jane Brody, the NY Times health writer, shared a positive article on it as a result of a friend of hers with severe asthma for over forty years, achieving a markedly improved state just from his mastery of the Buteyko breathing method. Once the principle of the Buteyko method is appreciated it becomes apparent that this method would also be very useful in treating hypertensives and people with allergies.
Posted in Homeopathy, swine flu on 11/11/2009 03:09 pm by admin
Dr Kokayi interviews Dr Ronald Whitmont, the President of the NY State Society of Homeopathy. Dr Whitmont shares his concern about the swine flu vaccine and his own perspective about the flu. Dr Kokayi sites research strongly suggestive that vitamin D plays a key role in preventing flu and building what is called innate immunity. Dr Whitmont also reviews a few homeopathic clinical pictures as they relate to the flu.