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Hosts Lynne McTaggart and Bryan Hubbard provide information on alternative medicine that can get you well - and keep you well.

What Doctors Don't Tell You Podcast Lynne McTaggart and Bryan Hubbard

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Hosts Lynne McTaggart and Bryan Hubbard provide information on alternative medicine that can get you well - and keep you well.

    The Get Well Show Episode: Speakers Interviews

    The Get Well Show Episode: Speakers Interviews

    In this special episode, WDDTY editors Lynne McTaggart and Bryan Hubbard interview some of the leading names in alternative health who will be speaking at the Get Well Show from Feb 21-23 2020 at Olympia London.
    You'll hear from Dr Damien Downing, Dr Robert Verkerk, Dr Sarah Myhill, Marisa Peer, Marilyn Glenville, Meleni Aldridge, Sandy Edwards, Simon Alebiosu and Georgia Lennard.
    The Get Well Show is a chance to meet some of the world’s pioneering practitioners who have hundreds—sometimes thousands—of case studies to prove their methods are working. Join them and find the best alternative medicine to get you well.
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    • 1 hr 9 min
    #47 WDDTY: Ageing Well

    #47 WDDTY: Ageing Well

    What's the extent of human longevity; how long could people expect to live? WDDTY editors Lynne McTaggart and Bryan Hubbard look at latest research which suggests between 400 and 500 years, and scientists have identified cellular pathways that could make that a reality.
    Lynne and Bryan also look at why the food we eat has a bigger impact on our health and longevity than any other single factor, as a new study underlines. People who regularly eat processed food suffer more chronic disease and live shorter lives than those who follow a healthier diet of whole grains, fruits and vegetables.
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    • 27 min
    WDDTY #46: Muscling in on Hip Pain

    WDDTY #46: Muscling in on Hip Pain

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    In their first podcast of 2020, WDDTY editors Lynne McTaggart and Bryan Hubbard talk about the subject on everyone’s mind in the New Year—losing weight.  They review the best diets that can work and bust the myth of calorie-counting.
    Hip replacement surgery is one of the safest surgical procedures—and hospitals in America are starting to let the patient home the same day.  Lynne and Bryan review a new study that has discovered the practice isn’t safe and puts the patient at a far greater risk of cardiac and pulmonary complications.
    Our children spend too much time indoors, and even when they do get out into the summer sun, they’re warned to cover up and put on plenty of sun cream.  As a result, too many children are seriously deficient in vitamin D.  Lynne and Bryan discuss why the vitamin is so important and outline the best ‘safe sun’ policy that also ensures we get this essential vitamin.
    Finally, they discuss yet another study that reviews the health hazards of drinking.  So what is safe drinking—and what is too much? Hear what Lynne and Bryan have to say.
     

    • 29 min
    EP45: Intermittent Fasting the Best Way to Lose Weight

    EP45: Intermittent Fasting the Best Way to Lose Weight

    In their latest podcast, WDDTY editors Lynne McTaggart and Bryan Hubbard discuss the dangers of permanent hair dye and how they increase the risk for breast cancer.  What’s the best way to lose weight?  One way is to eat in a set window of time and fast the rest of the time, and they review a new study that encouraged pre-diabetics to eat in a 10-hour window and fast the rest of the time.  And just how safe is the new 5G cell network?  Nobody knows, which is why a group of scientists is advocating caution, especially when it comes to spacing masts well away from schools and densely populated areas.  And how safe are teabags, and in particular the pyramid ones?  Not very, according to a new study that discovered they are releasing millions of tiny plastic particles into the drink, and which Lynne and Bryan discuss.  Finally, we all know chicken soup is good for the soul, but it seems to be an effective anti-malarial as well.  Lynne and Bryan are back after the Christmas break with a new podcast in the New Year.
    For further reading, here are the articles mentioned in this episode:
    Fasting to lose weight, hair dye linked to breast cancer, how safe is 5g? Pyramid teabags and chicken soup for malaria
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    • 29 min
    WDDTY #44: how Google and Facebook capture your medical data

    WDDTY #44: how Google and Facebook capture your medical data

    We all knew Facebook did it—but did you realise that the world’s biggest health sites are also passing on your most sensitive health information to Google for targeted advertising?  In their latest podcast, WDDTY editors Bryan Hubbard and Lynne McTaggart discuss how this is happening, and what you can do about it.
    The new 5G mobile network is starting to roll-out—but nobody is checking to see if it’s a risk to our health.  A leading scientist is adding his voice to the 200 scientists around the world who are calling on governments to find out before it’s too late.
    It’s not always old age…more than 20 commonly-prescribed drugs dramatically increased the risk of a fall and fracture—and they’re usually the ones prescribed to older patients.  Taking two or more of these drugs quadruples the risk of a fall or fracture, as Bryan and Lynne discuss.
    And, yes, it is safe to take omega-3 supplements to protect your heart, because, no, they don’t cause prostate cancer, despite the conclusions of a 2013 paper. 
    And before you take the latest flu shot, consider the keto diet instead.  The high-protein, low-carb diet can protect you against the flu by kickstarting your immune system into action.  Lynne and Bryan explain just how it works and why it’s better than the vaccine.
     

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    • 28 min
    #43 WDDTY: common cold remedies

    #43 WDDTY: common cold remedies

    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

Customer Reviews

@enemee1982 ,

Thank you

Thank you for putting this show together.
I enjoy every episode.

Braveman1 ,

Great content and truly Science based

I have followed the magazine for about 3 years now and just recently subscribed to the podcast. I ding here information about health you cant get anywhere else because everything seems to be owned by pharma. Great resource to those of us who are serious about being healthy.

HealthtapUser ,

Informative..but confused

The information being shared is very helpful. But I have a question or confusion about podcast#19 and #30. In episode 19, for diabetes to reverse or control it was said vegan diet might help, but in #30, they say full fat dairy protects from diabetes and heart disease.
It would be great if info like this be not contradictory.

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