Dr. Martin answers questions sent in by listeners. Today’s topics include histamine elevated blood levels, fat elimination, Reset diet & gallstones, hemochromatosis, food coma, eating finely ground eggshells, amalgam fillings, psyllium fiber… and more!
Dr. Martin answers questions sent in by listeners. Today’s topics include creatine for teens, homemade bone broth, progesterone at night, leaky gut’s effect on liver, benefits of biotin, leptin resistance, reversing of insulin resistance… and more!
Dr. Martin has a love/hate relationship with aspirin! He loves it for acute conditions if someone is having a stroke, but not for long-term use. Learn why taking aspirin daily may cause more harm than good!
A recent study is showing a 60% reduction in cancer if you’re taking high doses of vitamin D, omega-3, and doing strengthening exercises. Dr. Martin has been preaching this trifecta for years! Join him to learn why this trio is so effective.
Dr. Martin shares two studies that confirm something he’s been saying for a long time… that fibre is overrated. The studies show how fibre can feed your bad bacteria and even encourage the growth of tumours! Learn why these studies are significant.
Dr. Martin looks at a Harvard study from 1997 that was swept under the rug. The study concluded that people with the highest triglycerides and the lowest HDL are 16 times more likely to die of heart disease!
Dr. Martin answers questions sent in by listeners. Today’s topics include kidney stress, itchy feet, neuropathy, Himalayan salt, recurring UTIs, electrolyte imbalance, oxalates & digestion, ear wax buildup, costochondritis, sleep apnea… and more!
Study from Sweden says that 40 cents of vitamin D can save the cost of hospitalization by 21 days! The headline doesn’t surprise Dr. Martin who says vitamin D would win a Nobel prize if it were a pharmaceutical.
Dr. Martin looks at an observational study of people that had acne and stopped consuming dairy. He shares the findings of the study and explains why you need to stop drinking milk and start eating cheese.
Proton pump inhibitors (PPIs) are used for conditions such as acid reflux and GERD. A new study is showing that people who take PPIs are much more susceptible to diabetes. Join Dr. Martin as he breaks down the study in today’s episode.
The American Heart Association is now linking non-alcoholic fatty liver to heart disease! Dr. Martin says this is a knock your socks off moment. First time he’s seen this connection made in mainstream medicine.
Dr. Martin answers questions sent in by listeners. Today’s topics include osteoporosis & vitamin D, stress hormone, hibiscus tea & blood pressure, saggy arm skin, oregano oil, heme iron, NMR lipid testing, globus sensation, barometric pressure… and more!