Deanna’s first guest this afternoon was Dr. Hamid Reza Sagha M.D. For the last seven years, Dr. Sagha has conducted extensive research and studies about brain function, memory impairment, and neurodegenerative disease. More specifically, he has investigated how to optimize the biology of different systems by modifying lifestyle choices, and in this way stimulate the body and brain to better health. His study has included different cultural approaches to health including traditional Persian medicine, Chinese medicine and Ayurvedic approaches, as well as alternative therapy such as integrative and naturopathic. He uses this wide base of knowledge to map out health treatments based on functional medicine and system biology. One day, he hopes the gap between researchers, scientific data, clinical practice and the standard of care regarding dementia will decrease. Dr. Hamid Reza Sagha has just published Dementia Action Plan: Give Your Brain a Fighting Chance! (MP3)
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For twenty-eight years Dr. Betty Martini has researched, lectured and traveled the world exposing the toxicity of aspartame. Dr. Betty is the founder of the worldwide volunteer force, Mission Possible World Health International, which is committed to removing aspartame from our food supply. She has received an honorary Doctor of Humanities degree for the work she has done. She has 22 years of experience in the medical field. In 1970 Dr. Martini established a model for the nation by creating Physicians on Call, a network of five Emergency Care clinics in Atlanta, Georgia staffed with medical doctors everyday, 24 hours a day. Continue reading →
Dr. Gary G. Kohls, a retired family practitioner, who specialized in holistic preventive medicine returns to discuss how he helped his patients withdraw from prescription drugs by using natural, drug free methods and to share information from his most recent articles.
Dr. Kohls writes a column for the Duluth Reader, Duty to Warn. (MP3)