The Blaylock Health Channel is a weekly podcast series by Dr. Russell Blaylock, a nationally recognized board-certified neurosurgeon, health practitioner, author and lecturer. In this series, Dr. Blaylock discusses various health topics such as neurological diseases, cancer, diabetes and heart disease including new and advanced nutritional approaches to treat such health challenges and become an overall healthier person.
BHC Ep. 21 - Magnesium
Magnesium is a mineral that is crucial to maintaining a normally functioning body. Unfortunately, more than half of the population of the United States is estimated to be magnesium deficient. On this episode of the Blaylock Health Channel, Dr. Russell Blaylock discusses the many health advantages magnesium has to offer us as well as the proper magnesium supplements we can take to fully experience these health benefits.
BHC Ep. 20 - Neurodegenerative Diseases
Thanks to the recent popularity of the Ice Bucket Challenge, the subject of Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS) has received an enormous amount of media attention. On this week’s episode, Dr. Russell Blaylock talks about the physiological connections between all neurodegenerative diseases and includes steps one can take to treat and prevent the ravaging effects of these diseases.
BHC Ep. 19 - Reactive Hypoglycemia
Reactive hypoglycemia is a condition that arises in certain people when they consume foods that are high on the glycemic index causing sudden fluctuations in their blood sugar. These fluctuations can result in many physical and mental disturbances including anxiety and depression. On this week’s podcast, Dr. Russell Blaylock discusses the important role glutamate plays concerning this disorder and what you can do nutritionally to prevent reactive hypoglycemia from disrupting your life.
BHC Ep. 18 - Excitotoxins
Despite the fact that the public is more informed than ever of its dangers, dietary excitotoxins such as the ingredient monosodium glutamate are still widely used as flavor enhancers in many different food products. On this episode, Dr. Russell Blaylock explains the effects of excitotoxins on our bodies and lists the many (often innocuous-sounding) names of excitotoxic ingredients that are prevalently found in our food supply.
BHC Ep. 17 - Gluten Sensitivity
Until recently, the medical community has largely overlooked the topic of gluten sensitivity, namely non-celiac gluten sensitivity. Now, due to a growing number of people that are feeling the negative effects of gluten, this disorder is becoming increasingly more difficult to ignore. On this week’s episode, Dr. Blaylock discusses the neurological effects of gluten sensitivity and goes over different strategies you can take to protect your brain.
BHC Ep. 16 - Sulfites
Sulfites are commonly used as a preservative in several different types of food products, beverages and medications. Unfortunately, many people have an adverse reaction when exposed to this additive. On this week’s episode, Dr. Blaylock goes over the negative effects of sulfites and discusses ways to reduce the toxicity of this compound.
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Wish he still did podcasts!!!! He is amazing
Excitotoxins & Neurodegeneraive Diseases
To say Dr. Blaylock's podcast series is excellent is an understatement. I credit Dr. Blaylock with transforming my life from nutritional information presented here. Two years ago, I was overweight, depressed and wondering why my memory was deteriorating. Finding the Blaylock Wellness Reports, some important points of which are contained in these free podcasts, gave me the answers I needed to understand my mother’s neurodegenerative disease. Changing my diet in January 2014, i lost 30 pounds in six weeks, improved all my senses, regained memory function and eliminated possible neurodegenerative symptoms. Incredible! If you listen to #18 Excitotoxins (about MSG and other flavor enhancers hidden in essentially all processed foods) and #20 Neurodegenerative Diseases (about the relationship of ALS, MS, Parkinson’s, Alzheimer’s and dementia to the industrial food supply) - if you listen, it’s the red pill - you cannot unlearn this information. You will be enlightened and perhaps transformed.
Dr. Blaylock’s explanation of reactive hypoglycemia is excellent. Its good to know that he and his close family members also suffer from it and is therefore motivated to offer help.