29 min

#43 WDDTY: common cold remedies What Doctors Don't Tell You Podcast

    • Alternative Health

In their latest podcast, What Doctors Don’t Tell You editors Bryan Hubbard and Lynne McTaggart list some of the cold remedies they’ve been taking before discussing the latest warning from America’s drug regulator, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), that homeopathic remedies can cause ‘significant and permanent harm’.
Changing the clocks twice a year isn’t harmless – it can increase the risk of heart disease and accidents, and Lynne and Bryan discuss why this could be having such a harmful effect.
And eating most of our food after 6pm can also be bad for the heart, so eating little and lightly after that time could be the best approach, as Lynne and Bryan suggest.
From there, they discuss yet another example of how environment and lifestyle can trump genetics.  In this case, they look at new research that demonstrates that exercising for just 35 minutes a day reduces the risk of a depressive episode, even for those who have a genetic disposition.
Wrapping things up, and staying on the subject of exercise, they question the dictum that we should be doing strenuous exercise for at least 75 minutes a week.  New research they discuss shows that jogging for 50 minutes every eight or nine days offers all the health benefits.

In their latest podcast, What Doctors Don’t Tell You editors Bryan Hubbard and Lynne McTaggart list some of the cold remedies they’ve been taking before discussing the latest warning from America’s drug regulator, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), that homeopathic remedies can cause ‘significant and permanent harm’.
Changing the clocks twice a year isn’t harmless – it can increase the risk of heart disease and accidents, and Lynne and Bryan discuss why this could be having such a harmful effect.
And eating most of our food after 6pm can also be bad for the heart, so eating little and lightly after that time could be the best approach, as Lynne and Bryan suggest.
From there, they discuss yet another example of how environment and lifestyle can trump genetics.  In this case, they look at new research that demonstrates that exercising for just 35 minutes a day reduces the risk of a depressive episode, even for those who have a genetic disposition.
Wrapping things up, and staying on the subject of exercise, they question the dictum that we should be doing strenuous exercise for at least 75 minutes a week.  New research they discuss shows that jogging for 50 minutes every eight or nine days offers all the health benefits.

29 min

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