Do your parents have diabetes?
Is there a history of heart disease or cancer in your family?
These are questions your doctor likely will ask on pre-appointment paperwork or shortly after introducing himself. While conventional medicine subscribes to the theory of genetically inherited diseases, the scientific literature may not be so definitive. The truth might just be that what we actually inherit from our parents is their cookbook and their training log, or rather, their approach to diet and exercise. If we replicate what Mom and Dad did with their forks and their feet, logic dictates that our health (or lack of health) will often follow suit.
Join physician and natural health expert Leonard Smith, MD and me today on LivingFuelTV as we discuss the debated concept of inherited diseases. Click on the player below to watch.
Prostate cancer is the most diagnosed cancer in American men. You’ve likely heard of a man’s PSA score and its relationship to prostate cancer. PSA (Prostate Specific Antigen) is a specific protein found in high levels in men with prostate cancer. It’s an important marker, but is it all-important? If you or someone you love are told your PSA score is unusually elevated, are there steps you can take before electing an invasive biopsy, surgery or even debilitating chemotherapy?
We’ve heard from many viewers that have been personally impacted by prostate cancer asking for our insights on the subject. Today, we welcome back to LivingFuelTV our friend Leonard Smith, M.D. Dr. Smith is a renowned nutrition and natural medicine expert, gastrointestinal and vascular surgeon and integrative medicine adviser to the University of Miami’s School of Medicine.
Today on LivingFuelTV, we begin a two-part series on prostate health and prostate cancer with Dr. Smith. Click on the graphic below to join us. And consider forwarding this to a friend or loved one who will benefit from this information.
Fifty-eight-year-old Jim from Seattle is crushed as he hears the devastating news from his doctor: prostate cancer. Unfortunately, Jim is now counted among the one in six American men who will be diagnosed with prostate cancer sometime in their lifetime and one of 241,740 estimated new diagnoses of prostate cancer this year according to the American Cancer Society.
The truth is that the ultimate cure for any cancer is not getting cancer in the first place. While this may sound overly simplistic as the causes of cancer are varied and complex, we can begin today to create an environment in our body where cancer cannot thrive. How do we do this? This is our topic today on LivingFuelTV in Part Two on prostate health with Leonard Smith, M.D.
Join us as we discuss:
the major risk factors associated with prostate cancer,
the critically important role of diet and nutrition, and
how to minimize damaging and cancer-feeding toxic build-up in our bodies
The information you learn today could quite literally save your life or the life of someone you love.
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How do you know if you or someone you love is one of the millions dangerously deficient in the critical nutrient Vitamin D? Why is Vitamin D-3 the best dietary source of Vitamin D? And why is it so critically important to you and your family’s health?
We answer these questions and much more in this podcast.
KC Craichy talks with Dr. Leonard Smith about the importance of Vitamin D for SuperHealth.
KC Craichy talks with surgeon and nutrition expert Leonard Smith, M.D., about the importance of nutrition for Super Health.