Wellness For Life Radio

Wellness For Life Radio

On Wellness For Life Radio, Dr. Susanne Bennett shares her expertise in all-natural therapies and remedies that can help you feel better! Listen every Friday from 1 - 2 p.m. ET on RadioMD.... Show More

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Dr. Susanne talks with Dr. Ben Weitz, a chiropractic sports physician and functional nutritionist, on the topic of anti-aging medicine.We all want to live long, healthy lives -- but what steps can you take to ensure that is actually feasible?

There are no shortage of books on "anti-aging," so it's hard to know where to turn or who to trust. Each expert has their own take on how to live longer, and many of them provide he...

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RayBiotech has developed a rapid antibody test, using blood from a finger prick, to test for SARS-CoV2.With COVID-19 spreading so quickly, all across the globe, one thing people are wondering -- how can I get tested?

Current testing methods take a few days to get results. In that time, even if one is careful about self-isolating, the infection could spread to others or an individual could become more ill.

RayBiotech is a leading life...



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Learning to optimize your brain changes you and will leave you feeling more energetic, creative, focused, balanced, playful, and effective.The more you're able to access and unlock your mind's potential, the more you, your personal relationships, and your business activities will soar.

Unfortunately, most of us have never been given clear directions on how improve, optimize, or even just maintain our brain health. In fact, m...





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    What can you do to protect yourself from contracting the coronavirus?There is a lot of fear surrounding the coronavirus, or COVID-19. What can you do to protect yourself from contracting the virus?

    Over the past 30 years, Donna Gates, MEd, ABAAHP, has become one of the most respected authorities in the field of digestive health, diet, and nutrition. She illustrates viruses -- COVID-19 and more -- as dragons. Some of them reside in y...



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    While many PTSD patients are prescribed pharmaceutical medications to deal with their daily struggles, they don't always work.Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) is a mental health problem that some people develop after experiencing or witnessing a life-threatening event, like combat, a natural disaster, a car accident, or sexual assault.

    It's normal to have upsetting memories, feel on edge, or have trouble sleeping after...





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    Support your heart by reducing your risk factors.Heart disease is still the leading cause of death in America. Integrative cardiology investigates what influences an individual's heart disease risk.

    Diet plays a huge role in heart health. The Mediterranean diet or Paleo diet are great places to start. Eliminating processed foods and reducing sugar support heart health.

    Listen as Dr. Howard Elkin joins Dr. Susanne Bennett to dis...
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    Work towards your goals and dreams.We all have dreams but sometimes life gets in the way of reaching them.

    Goals have a pretty clear path to achievement. If your goal is to clean the garage, the steps to a clean garage are laid out and fairly easy to follow.

    Dreams require imagination and don't typically have a clear-cut road map. Imagination invites you to become a more magnificent version of yourself.

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    John Neustadt, ND, discusses how osteoporosis is diagnosed, who should be getting tested, risk factors, and how individuals can better take care of their bone health.Osteoporosis is a disease that causes bones to become weak and brittle.

    Unfortunately, the first sign of the disease in those who aren't proactive about their bone health is a broken bone -- earning it the "silent disease" label. In fact, it's estimated...





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    Take action today to support brain health in your golden years.Researchers are now talking about type 3 diabetes, a chronic condition that affects the brain.

    The ApoE4 gene is associated with cognitive decline and Alzheimer’s disease.

    You can take control of your future brain health by supporting it with the right nutrients now.

    Listen as Ralph Sanchez joins Dr. Susanne Bennett to discuss the diabetic brain.

    Email Ralph here for mor...
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    Find out what happens to your body when you experience trauma and how to work through the trauma.Trauma varies in degrees of intensity, and anxiety can affect us every day.

    No matter how you work around that trauma, it will pop up until you’ve healed the psychological and biological damage caused by trauma.

    The trauma from our childhood can flare up at various points in life. Denying the pain opens the door for it to hurt you again...



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    Your gut health influences hormone function.Your gut microbiome may be the most important player in the endocrine system, leading the orchestra of your hormones.

    Estrogen is a natural part of your health, but it can contribute to health issues. Your gut can help remove toxic estrogen from your body, such as that contained in foods and products you use.

    Listen as Dr. Nalini Chilkov joins Dr. Susanne Bennett to discuss the role of gu...

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    What does water have to do with cancer?Sixty percent of the human body weight is water. Water is necessary for proper body function. Water can also work to fight cancer.

    Structured water is a gel state. The gel inside cells affects cellular health, which is how tumors can form.

    The trick with cancer is that the damage lives in the cytoplasm, not the nucleus with the cells.

    Listen as Dr. Tom Cowan joins Dr. Susanne Bennett to discus...
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    Learn more about the helpful and harmful fungi in your body.Small intestinal fungal overgrowth (SIFO) can lead to myriad digestive symptoms like bloating, gas, diarrhea, nausea, and more. While we need certain bacteria in our bodies for healthy function, harmful bacteria and fungi negatively impact wellness.

    The body’s fungal community is known as the mycobiome.

    Listen as Dr. Mahmoud Ghannoum joins Dr. Susanne Bennett to discuss yo...
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    Could you benefit from BPC 157 therapy?Peptids can restore the regulatory and rejuvenation action of the neuroendocrine immune communications and functions. Someone with chronic inflammation, peptide therapy may help.

    Body protection compound (BPC) 157 is a peptide found in the gut that protects the stomach from digestive acids. BPC 157 can aid other conditions.

    Listen as Dr. Kent Holtorf joins Dr. Susanne Bennett to discuss BPC 15...
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    Use essential oils to aid with anxiety symptoms.Anxiety affects about eighteen percent of the population of the United States. It’s the most common mental illness disorder today. Prescriptions address symptoms but not the cause.

    Anxiety is often driven by stress level, hormones and toxic exposure. Before passing your health over to someone else, examine your lifestyle and how you can make changes to improve how you feel.

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    Find out more about the ketogenic diet.The ketogenic diet is low-carb and high-fat. It’s taken the world by storm as a means of losing weight and wellness. Your body becomes efficient at burning fat for energy.

    There are numerous health benefits to eating keto. Metabolic syndrome, diabetes, and more can be addressed with this diet. It’s best to work with a medical professional for any health changes.

    Listen as Dr. Harlan Kilstein j...
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    Navigate menopause and perimenopause with the options that work best for you.Menopause is a normal stage of a woman’s life. Perimenopause often takes about seven years but can take up to 14 years. Surgery or chemotherapy can bring about early menopause.

    Hormone therapy is helpful for some women, but there are other options available.

    Listen as Dr. Mache Seibel joins Dr. Susanne Bennett to discuss menopause relief.
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    Learn more about neurodevelopment and pediatric health.Neurodevelopment disorders are associated with the nervous system and brain. Language, speech, memory, motor skills, and learning can be affected by such disorders.

    Children with development disorders can have higher quality of life with improved function. A rapidly-changing environment has created the perfect storm that affects children’s health. Nutrient-deficient foods, envi...

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    Find out how food affects health.What you eat affects your health. Food is medicine.

    Having an attitude of gratitude when you eat will influence your digestion. Eat foods that support your health and don’t contribute to inflammation.

    In your food preparation, roll with the seasons. Enjoy foods that are currently available and grown as locally as possible. Cut out the processed foods.

    Listen as chef Dr. Mike Fenster joins Dr. Susann...
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    Learn more about vitamin E.Vitamin E is found in many foods and helps protect cells from free radicals, inflammation, and damage. More has been learned about vitamin E over the past century.

    Tocotrienols are components of vitamin E that have different antioxidant properties. Annatto tocotrienols are noted for preventing oxidative stress and inflammation.

    Consuming rancid oils can produce oxidative stress.

    Listen as Dr. Barrie Tan j...

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