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September 9th, 2017

Poly Pharma…It’s a Rude Awakening

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When professionals get it wrong. Dr. David C. Kolbaba welcomes guest, Martie Whittekin, a Board-Certified Clinical Nutritionist and best-selling author, to discuss gastrointestinal challenges and how taking prescription and non-prescription drugs can lead to more complicated health issues. The “Poly Pharmacy” concept is explained and how Dr. Ohhira’s Probiotics is a natural way to improve gut health.

Read GI Drugs Prove to be less effective and more dangerous.

Dr. Ohhira’s Probiotics are available at Amazon.com, Vitamin Shoppe, Whole Foods, Sprouts and other fine health food stores nationwide. Visit EssentialFormulas.com for a retailer near you.

Learn more about Martie Whitten by visiting her website, HealthyByNatureSHOW.com. Her books can be found at Amazon.com.

February 11th, 2017

Kill Shot…Death by Stress

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Dr. David Kolbaba discusses oxidative stress and how free radicals damage your body. Additional topics include the downside of exercise, why walking is superior and the connection between lack of sleep and belly fat.

September 24th, 2016

Harmful Chemicals and our Health

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Dr. David Kolbaba discusses the impact chemicals have on our immune systems and how leads to antibiotic-resistant germ strains. The US Food and Drug Administration’s recent ban on the chemical triclosan from household antibacterial soaps was a long-overdue victory for public health advocates, worried parents, and vigilant consumers. Visit the Environmental Working Group at Ewg.org to read the article.

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