Dr. Martin often speaks of the unintended consequences of the pandemic. In today’s episode he shares how food is the root cause of mental illnesses such as depression, bipolar disorder, and schizophrenia.
Dr. Martin answers questions missed last episode. Today’s topics include low estrogen in post menopause, chemicals and heavy metals, chelation therapy and EDTA, fat for quick fuel before training, high blood pressure, histamine intolerance… and more!
Dr. Martin answers questions sent in by listeners. Today’s topics include protein in the urine, artichoke oil, glycemic index to limit carb intake, burning mouth, superbugs, oil of oregano, food sensitivity tests, fulvic acid, costus powder… and more!
At the Martin Clinic, we have identified the “unholy trinity” of disease as high circulating insulin, leaky gut, and free radical damage. You get sick from one or all three of these. Listen to today’s episode to learn more about the unholy trinity.
Dr. Martin continues his talk on brain health in today’s episode. He recaps the study out of the UK showing that having a healthy microbiome can trigger the formation of new adult brain cells. This is major news!
A recent study from The Dementia Research Institute in the United Kingdom is showing that a healthy microbiome can trigger the formation of new brain cells. Dr. Martin shares this major discovery with listeners.
Do you know how many calories were in that food you just ate? According to Dr. Martin, it doesn’t matter – your body doesn’t work that way. If it were about calories, we would have got rid of obesity a long time ago. The key is insulin, and not calories!
Dr. Martin answers questions sent in by listeners. Today’s topics include pine needle tea, certified organic food, vitiligo, fat-soluble vitamins, plant-based omega-3, low platelets, low potassium, visceral fat, benfotiamine, magnesium absorption… and more!
Dr. Martin discusses a study from the Mayo Clinic showing the importance of omega-3. The study shows how longer chain fatty acids, DHA and EPA, are effective at decreasing insulin resistance and triglycerides.
Dr. Martin continues his series on questions he always asks, focusing on questions he asks specifically for women. He talks about the horror-mones women have to deal with and why so many are in a metabolic storm.
In today’s episode, Dr. Martin shares his logic when it comes to dealing with your health. From using the power of observation, to asking the right questions, he wants to teach people to think for themselves.
Dr. Martin discusses a new study about the good laughter does for our health. The study is showing a boost in the immune system, and a chemical change in the brain to combat stress – all because of laughter!