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Dr. Greg Eckel's Podcast​

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Join Dr. Eckel in this fun and sometimes disturbing exploration of the state of healthcare and what it means for you. Find out health hacks and how to live until 150 years old with a strong mind and healthy community.

Recent Episodes

Is sulfur a problem for you? Dr. Nigh discusses in his book, The Devil is in the Garlic, how sulfur metabolism maybe at the root of your mysterious or difficult to treat symptoms. Impaired sulfur metabolism is a problem that lurks in the background of many chronic diseases. Tune in to find out the vital role sulfur plays in health, how environmental toxins can wreck sulfur metabolism, and what symptoms maybe showing for you in your health, and what to do about it....

Metabolic Syndrome, what is it and why do you care? With the current pandemic raging, there are comorbidities that no one is talking about, that increase your risk of complications and even death. Catch your attention? Sure hope so. Dr. Nadal and I take a deep dive into all things metabolic syndrome (25% of the US population has this), how to know if you’ve got it, how to assess, and most importantly what to do about it!...

In this episode, Dr. Eckel is hosting Jennifer Miele, and Andreanna Rainville. Jennifer Miele specializes in medical research and nutrition with extensive studies and over 18 years of experience in the integrative health field. Her approaches include functional medicine to immunology, photodynamic therapies among others. Ms. Miele is the director of Nube Health Inc. She is the co-founder of Baja Medgate in Baja California Mexico as well as the US partner with Weber Medical, dedicated to ongoing research, education and training. Ms Miele also holds an HONORIS CAUSA DOCTORATE Recognition by the Instituto Mexicano de Líderes de Excelencia (Mexico City)...

Dr. Eckel and Vimal George will be talking about Chronic disease as their main topic. Within this they will touch upon: – The rise of chronic disease even as infectious disease has declined. – How modern day employment often adversely affects health (sedentary jobs, long hours, minimal attention to diet due to time constraints, poor sleep and stress). – Other ways that consumerism adversely affects health (environmental degradation, engineering out the need for exercise by chasing convenience instead of happiness). – How any person can escape the toxic mix of factors that push people toward unhealthy living. – How society...

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