V15N10c - Guest
Dr. Chestnut has been studying human wellness and prevention for over 30 years. He holds a Bachelor of Physical Education degree, a Master of Science degree in exercise physiology with a specialization in neurological adaptation, a Doctor of Chiropractic degree, and a post-graduate Certification in Wellness Lifestyle.
V15N9a - Topics
There Are Two Types Of Protein. Simply Put, The Good and The Bad
High-Quality Non-Denatured Protein Increases Human Health Span
Damaged Denatured Protein Can Shorten Our Health Span
Protein is Essential to Maintaining a Positive Nitrogen Balance
V15N9c - Guest
Richard Mehta is the Owner of Ergogenics Nutrition and an avid snowboarder, hiker, environmentalist, and animal rights activist. He graduated from the Institute of Holistic Nutrition in 2000 and started his company Ergogenics in 2006.
V15N8a - Topics
Minerals Are Chemical Elements Required By Living Things
Selenium (Se) Functions As A Powerful Antioxidant & Enzyme Catalyst
Minerals Are Classified As One Of The Four Groups Of Essential Nutrients
Zinc Has To Be Present To Produce Insulin And Helps Prevent Insulin Resistance
V15N8c - Guest
Bruce Lipton PhD is an internationally recognized leader in bridging science and spirit. Stem cell biologist, bestselling author of The Biology of Belief and recipient of the 2009 Goi Peace Award, Bruce has been a guest speaker on hundreds of TV and radio shows, as well as keynote presenter for national and international conferences.
V15N7a - Topics
A Genome Is The Genetic Material Of An Organism Consisting Of DNA
Nutritional Genomics Studies The Relationship Between Our Genome, Nutrition And Health
Nutrigenetics Studies The Effect Of Genetic Variations On The Interaction Between Diet And Health
Nutrigenomics Studies The Biochemical Effects Of Nutrients On Health Through Altering Our Genome
V15N7c - Guest
Franco Cavaleri is the CEO, president, and research director of Biologic Nutrigenomics Health Research Corporation. He is a graduate of UBC, where he is completing his postgraduate research at the Faculty of Medicine Brain Research Center.