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Dr. Laurie Marbas, Jason Cohen, and Anthony Masiello bring you the most inspiring stories of individuals conquering chronic disease, overcoming incredible obstacles, and the experts to help you find health. Changing health by changing the food we eat. http://HealthyHumanRevolution.com

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Dr. Laurie Marbas, Jason Cohen, and Anthony Masiello bring you the most inspiring stories of individuals conquering chronic disease, overcoming incredible obstacles, and the experts to help you find health. Changing health by changing the food we eat. http://HealthyHumanRevolution.com

    Dr. Jud Brewer: Antidote for COVID-19 Induced Anxiety

    Dr. Jud Brewer: Antidote for COVID-19 Induced Anxiety

    Dr. Jud Brewer, shares with us the antidote to COVID-19 Induced Anxiety. If you aren't familiar with Jud's incredible work, research, and free resources you must check out http://DrJud.com.

    Dr. Brewer has a MD/PhD and is a mindfulness expert and researcher. His 2016 Ted Talk was the 4th most watched in 2016 with over 10 million views. He is also and author of the book, “The Craving Mind” and created of three very helpful apps for smoking, anxiety and over eating.

    • 20 Min.
    Dr. Hana Kalehova: Best Diet for Diabetes

    Dr. Hana Kalehova: Best Diet for Diabetes

    I had the most incredible and educational discussion with the delightful Dr. Hana Kahleova. If you want to know what to eat for diabetes and weight loss then look no further!

    Hana Kahleova, M.D., Ph.D., is the director of clinical research at the Physicians Committee and directs research studies analyzing the effect food choices have on insulin resistance and the regulation of a healthy body weight. Her current research includes analyzing the thermic effect of food in response to a 16-week dietary intervention.

    Dr. Kahleova has published more than a dozen nutrition studies. She is the author of Vegetarian Diet in the Treatment of Diabetes (Maxdorf, 2013). She also wrote the chapter about using a plant-based diet to treat diabetes in Vegetarian and Plant-Based Diets in Health and Disease Prevention (Academic Press, 2017).

    Her favorite research topics include testing the effect a plant-based diet has on metabolism, insulin function, fitness, and mental health, as well as studying the impact meal timing and meal frequency have on metabolism and body weight.

    Dr. Kahleova earned her doctorate in nutrition and diabetes and her medical degree from Charles University in Prague, Czech Republic. As a postdoctoral research fellow at Loma Linda University in California, Dr. Kahleova analyzed data from 50,000 Adventist Health Study-2 participants. She analyzed data on meal frequency and timing in relationship to changes in body weight. She finds two to three meals a day, without snacks, are optimal for body weight control. This led to her recommendation to eat breakfast regularly and to make it the largest meal of the day.

    Dr. Kahleova’s favorite prescription for optimal health and wellness is to eat a whole-food, plant-based diet and to be physically active.

    Please leave us a 5 star rating for the podcast wherever you listen! Thanks!

    • 53 Min.
    Dr. Irminne Van Dyken: Plant Based Surgeon Healing the Wounded

    Dr. Irminne Van Dyken: Plant Based Surgeon Healing the Wounded

    I cannot wait for you to hear this awesome interview with Dr. Irminne Van Dyken. As a general surgeon she describes how you can adopt a plant based diet to help avoid the scalpel. You learn about the links between nutrition and some of the most common cancers that are being treated in the surgery room -- and tips to reduce your chances of developing these cancers by adjusting what you eat.

    She was born in the Netherlands, immigrated as a child to the U.S., grew up in Montana, and went to Montana State University. She did her medical training, followed by a general surgery internship and residency, at the University of North Dakota School of Medicine and Health Sciences. She is certified by the American Board of Surgery and American Board of Lifestyle Medicine.

    Dr. Van Dyken, is a general and trauma surgeon at the Queen's Medical Center in Hawaii. She thoroughly enjoys her busy practice. It is especially rewarding for her to see the positive changes in her patients as they do a 180 and completely restructure their lives around plant-based living. In her spare time, Dr. Van Dyken loves yoga, photography, sailing, cycling and playing musical instruments including the guitar, ukulele and violin. She shares her life with her husband Russell, 14-year-old dog Chaucer and two cats. She has been vegetarian since she was 9 years old, and strictly plant-based since 2010. She has a passion for educating others and sharing the benefits of healthy plant based living. She and Russell created "Out of the Doldrums" (https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCl9qgv-QTihuFpxERmHvjYQ/featured) - a YouTube Channel and online presence promoting healthy, active, plant based living (on Instagram (https://www.instagram.com/out_of_the_doldrums/), Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/outofthedoldrums/), Twitter (https://twitter.com/irminne?lang=en) and YouTube (https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCl9qgv-QTihuFpxERmHvjYQ/featured)

    Thank you always for listening. Please leave us a 5 star rating wherever you listen. Do you need help with the whole food plant based diet? We have the answers you are looking for at http://healthyhumanrevolution.com

    • 44 Min.
    Dr. David Jenkins: Creator of the Glycemic Index Thinks Plants are Best

    Dr. David Jenkins: Creator of the Glycemic Index Thinks Plants are Best

    When I heard that the inventor of the glycemic index promoted a plant based diet I knew I had to meet Dr. Jenkins to get him on the podcast. What an honor to speak to him and share his story with you all.

    Dr. Jenkins is currently a professor in both the Departments of Medicine and Nutritional Sciences, Faculty of Medicine, University of Toronto, a staff physician in the Division of Endocrinology and Metabolism and the Director of the Clinical Nutrition and Risk Factor Modification Center, St. Michael’s Hospital. He was educated at Oxford University, where he obtained his DM, DPhil and DSc. After further research at the British Medical Research Council’s Clinical Gastroenterology Unit, he returned to Oxford to a joint appointment in the Department of the Regius Professor of Medicine (Richard Doll) at the Radcliffe Infirmary and as a faculty member of the University Laboratory of Physiology. He is a fellow of the Royal College of Physicians (London) and of the Royal College of Physicians of Canada.

    He has served on committees in Canada and the United States that have formulated nutritional guidelines for the treatment of diabetes and recommendations for fibre and macronutrient intake for the general population under the new joint United States-Canada DRI system (RDAs) of the National Academy of Sciences (Washington, DC).

    His research area is the use of diet in the prevention and treatment of hyperlipidemia and diabetes. He has over 300 original publications on these and related topics. His team was the first to define and explore the concept of the glycemic index of foods and demonstrate the breadth of metabolic effects of viscous soluble fiber, including blood glucose and cholesterol lowering. His studies on combining cholesterol lowering food components (dietary portfolio) have been recognized as creating an effective dietary alternative to drug therapy (statins) for many people and was the only dietary approach referenced in the last Guidelines of the US National Cholesterol Education Program (ATP III) and the Canadian Cardiovascular Society Guidelines.

    To make therapeutic diets more accessible, he has devoted much time to working with the food industry to develop products for the supermarket with specific health attributes and, for example, helped to initiate Loblaw’s ‘too good to be true’ and ‘Blue Menu’ line of products.

    He was awarded the W.O. Atwater Award of the USDA and the American Society of Nutrition for his studies on functional foods for the treatment of disease (2013) and the Order of Canada (OC) in 2013.

    He believes in the value of plant based diets, and that a major effort is required to mount large studies to determine the extent of their health benefits. He also believes that diets have to be environmentally sustainable.

    Please give us a 5 star rating wherever you listen to the interview. Thank you always for spending your time with us! If you need help with the plant based diet check http://healthyhumanrevolution.com where you will find everything you need to get started.

    • 50 Min.
    Dr. Bassem Youssef: Bringing Humor and Science to the Plant Based Diet

    Dr. Bassem Youssef: Bringing Humor and Science to the Plant Based Diet

    Dr. Bassem Youssef, dubbed the Jon Stewart of the Arab World, was the host of popular TV show AlBernameg – which was the first of its kind political satire show in the Middle East. Originally a 5-minute show on YouTube, AlBernameg became the first online to TV conversion in the Middle East and the most watched show across the region with 30 million viewers every week.
    AlBernameg received wide acclaim around the world with coverage in some of the biggest media outlets, topping it off with Youssef’s appearance on the Daily Show with Jon Stewart twice in June 2012 and April 2013. Throughout its three seasons AlBernameg remained controversial through its humorous yet bold criticism of the ruling powers, which led to tens of lawsuits being filed against the show and its host. Youssef was even issued an arrest warrant in March 2013 and turned himself in the next day where he was questioned for five hours and released on bail. In recognition of his success, Youssef was named among the Time Magazine most influential list for 2013 – under the “Pioneers” category, was awarded the International Press Freedom Award by the CPJ, and was chosen by Foreign Policy magazine as one of the global thinkers during the same year.
    He is also the star of an internationally renowned documentary by Sara Taksler titled “Tickling Giants” featuring Youssef’s story with AlBernameg. Youssef has recently released a book about his experience “Revolution for Dummies: Laughing Through the Arab Spring” where he gives different perspectives and insights on the Egyptian political scene through the Arab spring and after.
    Youssef majored in cardiothoracic surgery, passed the United States Medical License Exam (USMLE) and is a member of the Royal College of Surgeons (MRCS). Having practiced cardiothoracic surgery in Egypt for a period of 13 years, before moving into comedy and political satirism.

    If casting a questioning light on the ruling powers with humor and satire isn’t enough, Bassem has also launched Plant B TV. It is an excellent educational series of videos about the enormous value of a plant based diet. There is a 21 day challenge, recipes, expert interviews, and much more on this bilingual website. In my opinion, the best part is it highlights Bassem’s humor and energy to motivate change. What more could you ask for? You can find Bassem here.

    I am so honored to share this interview with you. I hope you will enjoy it as much as I did. Please don’t forget to give us a 5 star rating wherever you listen or watch this interview. We appreciate the support and if you want more help on the plant based diet check out our website at http://heatlhyhumanrevolution.com. The time for change is now! Thanks for listening!

    • 38 Min.
    Dr. Columbus Batiste: Healthy Heart Doc

    Dr. Columbus Batiste: Healthy Heart Doc

    I hope you enjoy this conversation with my friend, Dr. Columbus Batiste, all about heart health and much more!

    Columbus D. Batiste, MD, FACC, FSCAI is a board-certified Internist, Cardiologist, and Interventional Cardiologist. He is currently the Chief of Cardiology at Kaiser Permanente Riverside and Moreno Valley Medical Centers and the former co-director of the Kaiser Permanente Inland Empire Cardiac Catheterization Services.

    In 2011, Dr. Batiste led out in establishing the Integrative Cardiovascular Disease Program (based at Kaiser Permanente). The objective of this program is to prevent the onset and reoccurrence of cardiovascular disease focusing on lifestyle modification. Dr. Batiste is a strong advocate for a plant-based diet, exercise and stress reduction. He has been lecturing in the community over the past several years.

    Dr. Batiste, also known as “Healthy Heart Doc,” is a board-certified Internist, Cardiologist, and Interventional Cardiologist. Since graduating from Loma Linda University in 2004 and completion of his Interventional Cardiology Fellowship in 2006, Dr. Batiste has performed nearly 2000 coronary interventions and hundreds of pacemaker implantations. He has been recognized for his work by multiple organizations ranging from the medical center physician of the year (2010), Inland Empire Magazine Heart Hero (2010), Eagle Award for Excellence in Medicine (2013), to the Derrell Thomas Foundation Community Service Award recipient (2013).

    Dr. Batiste’s mission is to share information so that “each one can teach one” about the benefits of exercise and healthy eating and therefore; provide everyone with the opportunity to take control of their health. Through the Healthy Heart Doc page on Facebook, Dr. Batiste is dedicated not only to provide information but also to provide a community of support for people on the road to a healthy lifestyle and a healthy heart.

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