Archive | November, 2012

Dr. Alexander Schauss, PhD – Therapeutic Use of Minerals

In this interview from May, 2004, Robert Crayhon talks to Dr. Alexander Schauss about the therapeutic use of minerals.  Thanks to Complementary Prescriptions for the use of this recording.

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Dr. Schauss, aside from being my older brother and the person who introduced me to the field of natural health, is an internationally acclaimed speaker and researcher.  He has been awarded the Linus Pauling Award for lifetime achievement in natural medicine.  Dr. Schauss is also a noted author, having written or co-written over a dozen works. His first book, Diet, Crime and Delinquency was a milestone in our understanding of how diet can affect behavior, especially criminal behavior.

Taking in enough trace minerals is critical in achieving a state of optimal health. The problem modern society faces is the  fact that our soils have been so depleted of minerals due to over farming that the foods grown on them no longer contain sufficient minerals to keep us healthy. This is why it is critical to supplement them or a regular basis. In this interview, Dr. Schauss discusses with Robert Crayhon many of the important therapeutic uses of trace minerals.

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Dr. Ron Rosedale, MD – Treating Diabetes and Slowing Aging with Optimal Nutrition

In this interview from January, 2002, Robert Crayhon talks to Dr. Ron Rosedale about treating diabetes and slowing aging using nutrition.  Thanks to Complementary Prescriptions for the use of this recording.

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Donald Yance, MH, CN – Nutrition & Cancer

In this interview from June, 2002, Robert Crayhon talks to Donald Yance about treating cancer using nutrition.  Thanks to Complementary Prescriptions for the use of this recording.

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When it comes to knowing what works and doesn’t work in the field of natural medicine and cancer, you would be hard pressed to find anyone as knowledgeable as Donald Yance. His decades of research and work with cancer patients and people with other serious illnesses is remarkable. A dedicated healer, Mr. Yance is a true beacon of light in helping others.

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Dr. Nicholas Gonzalas, MD – Using Nutrition & Enzymes to Treat Cancer

In this interview from January, 2007, Robert Crayhon talks to Dr. Nicholas Gonzalas about treating cancer using nutrition & enzymes.  Thanks to Complementary Prescriptions for the use of this recording.

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Dr. Nicholas Gonzalas is a treasure trove of information when it come to the treatment of cancer using nutrition and enzymes. Few people in the world are as knowledgeable on the subject of cancer. You would be hard pressed to find anyone better.

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Dr. Steven Sparks, DO & Dr. Edward Lichten, MD – Insulin & Weight Loss, Testosterone for Diabetes

In this interview from April, 2007, Robert Crayhon talks to Dr. Steve Sparks & Dr. Edward Lichten about insulin & weight loss, and testosterone & diabetes.  Thanks to Complementary Prescriptions for the use of this recording.

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Ken Babal, CN – Pearls from my Nutritional Practice

In this interview from March, 2007, Robert Crayhon talks to Ken Babal about anecdotal stories from his nutritional practice.  Thanks to Complementary Prescriptions for the use of this recording.

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Dr. Mark Houston, MD & Dr. Joseph Tarantolo, MD – Nutrition in Medical Practice

In this interview from May, 2004, Robert Crayhon talks to Dr. Mark Houston & Dr. Joseph Tarantolo about nutrition in medical practice.  Thanks to Complementary Prescriptions for the use of this recording.

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Drs. Houston and Tarantolo are two phenomenal physicians. Of the two, I am friends with Dr. Mark Houston who has an amazing track record in cardiology as he has never lost a patient to a heart attack in 25 years of practice. He has some very basic ideas on preventing heart attack with a few being 300 mg of CoEnzyme Q10, 400 milligrams of magnesium (I prefer magnesium bis-glycinate or malate) and a diet low in refined carbohydrates. Next year I expect to head out to his clinic in Nashville, Tennessee to get a complete workup on myself.

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Dr. Parris Kidd, PhD – Brain Nutrients – PS, PC & GPC

In this interview from July, 2002, Robert Crayhon talks to Dr. Parris Kidd about the brain nutrients PS, PC & GPC.  Thanks to Complementary Prescriptions for the use of this recording.

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If you need to find someone who knows his stuff about brain nutrition you have found the right man in Dr. Parris Kidd. I have known Parris for a number of years and I consider him not just a brilliant man but a good friend. His books on phosphatidyl serine and glycerophosphocholine are a treasure trove of information on these very important brain nutrients. You can find his books at his website which you can go to if you click here.

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Dr. John Abramson, MD – The Cholesterol Controversy

In this interview from May, 2007, Robert Crayhon talks to Dr. John Abramson about cholesterol.  Thanks to Complementary Prescriptions for the use of this recording.

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When I spoke at Robert Crayhon’s conference Boulderfest 2005, I had to speak right after Dr. Abramson and for the first time I was nervous as he received four standing ovations for his blistering critique of the drug industry. His book, Overdosed America is a classic and should be read by anyone interested in their own health.

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Dr. Ufte Ravnskov, MD, PhD – The Cholesterol Controversy

In this interview from May, 2004, Robert Crayhon talks to Dr. Ufte Ravnskov about cholesterol.  Thanks to Complementary Prescriptions for the use of this recording.

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A pioneer in making people aware of the cholesterol and heart disease myth, Dr. Ufte Ravnskov lays it on the line in this interview. I had the absolute pleasure of sitting next to him on a panel about heart disease at Robert Crayhon’s conference, Boulderfest 2005. I also got to talk to him that evening and was very impressed by his graciousness and intelligence. His book, The Cholesterol Myth is an absolute must read.

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