Dr. Carolyn Dean Live
Dr. Carolyn Dean Live
Dr. Carolyn Dean MD ND
Meet award-winning doctor, naturopath and best-selling author of Death by Modern Medicine and The Magnesium Miracle Carolyn Dean MD ND. Hear a wealth of information designed to empower listeners and callers to pierce the veil of traditional (allopathic) medicine and discover how to improve health, vitality, and emotional well-being through nature’s perfect nutrients and picometer mineral supplementation. Enjoy weekly featured segments including: a review of news from around the health world, Dr. Dean’s Mail Bag, and a variety of guests and call-in listeners who share experiences of their quest for optimal physical, mental, and emotional health. Co-hosted by life coach Ginney Gunther, Dr. Carolyn Dean Live fills your prescription for inspiration, information and success in achieving the next level of health, vitality and wellness!
Dr. Carolyn Dean LIVE
TONIGHT - we\'ll talk with Dr. Carolyn Dean about Vitamin C, also known as ascorbic acid, is an essential nutrient, widely recognized for its antioxidant properties. These properties arise from its potent redox potential due to its capacity to donate electrons to oxidized molecules. Even in small quantities vitamin C can protect critical molecules in the body such as proteins, lipids, carbohydrates, and nucleic acids (DNA and RNA) from damage by reactive oxygen species, which are generated during normal metabolism, by active immune cells, and through exposure to toxins and pollutants (e.g., certain chemotherapy drugs and cigarette smoke). The vitamin also plays a critical role as a cofactor – a molecule that assists enzymes in chemical reactions. This dual nature of vitamin C means that it is instrumental in multiple physiological processes, including those involved in the biosynthesis of collagen, carnitine, and catecholamines. As such, vitamin C participates in immune function, wound healing, fatty acid metabolism, neurotransmitter production, and blood vessel formation, as well as other key processes and pathways.
Jun 8, 2020
Dr. Carolyn Dean LIVE
Vitamin C, also known as ascorbic acid, is an essential nutrient, widely recognized for its antioxidant properties. These properties arise from its potent redox potential due to its capacity to donate electrons to oxidized molecules. Even in small quantities vitamin C can protect critical molecules in the body such as proteins, lipids, carbohydrates, and nucleic acids (DNA and RNA) from damage by reactive oxygen species, which are generated during normal metabolism, by active immune cells, and through exposure to toxins and pollutants (e.g., certain chemotherapy drugs and cigarette smoke). The vitamin also plays a critical role as a cofactor – a molecule that assists enzymes in chemical reactions. This dual nature of vitamin C means that it is instrumental in multiple physiological processes, including those involved in the biosynthesis of collagen, carnitine, and catecholamines. As such, vitamin C participates in immune function, wound healing, fatty acid metabolism, neurotransmitter production, and blood vessel formation, as well as other key processes and pathways.
Jun 8, 2020
Dr. Carolyn Dean LIVE
Magnesium and minerals plug us in - literally! Not only do minerals provide the necessary building blocks for the structure and function of the body, they are also required for the electrical conductivity that occurs between all cells. The electrical or energetic message that minerals send is created from very small amounts of minerals, but it results in a huge impact. The nervous system uses electrical energy to transmit messages (nerve impulses) from one cell to another. The muscles are similarly activated to create all movement – large and small.
Jun 1, 2020
Dr. Carolyn Dean LIVE
Tonight, we\'ll talk with Dr. Carolyn Dean about Magnesium, Potassium and Cardiac Arrhythmia\'s - along with a wide range of other health topics and clinically recommended nutritional assets to support your body. You will love hearing the beneficial interactions with our callers and hosts alike including the body/mind connection, identifying the \'conflict\' in the \'conflict basis\' of disease and much more.
May 18, 2020
Dr. Carolyn Dean LIVE
Tonight Dr. Dean welcomes Dr. Christiane Northrup, is the New York Times bestselling author of Women’s author of Women\'s Bodies, Women\'s Wisdom. When Dr. Northrup’s legendary treatise on women’s health was first released in 1994, it was an immediate national and international bestseller. Dr. Christiane Northrup quickly emerged as a trusted women’s health expert, a visionary pioneer in women’s health, and a leading proponent of medicine that acknowledges the unity of mind, body, emotions, and spirit. Since then, this book has remained the veritable bible of women’s health information. Emphasizing the body’s innate wisdom and ability to heal, Women\'s Bodies, Women\'s Wisdomcovers the entire range of women\'shealth concerns—from nutrition to fertility, sexuality to aging, hormone replacement therapy to gynecological issues. Now, in 2020, Dr. Northrup has diligently revised and updated her book to include the very latest treatment innovations and research data. And, tonight, in the fluid dynamic of the current COVID dynamic, Dr. Northup appears LIVE with Dr. Carolyn Dean to discuss a myriad of implications for women’s health bringing a clarify, focus and a message of encouragement: you are still very wise and still in charge of your own body.
May 11, 2020
Dr. Carolyn Dean LIVE
Some people also have trouble sleeping due to persistent or severe muscle pain and cramps. Again, magnesium deficiency has been proven to cause these conditions. Thankfully, magnesium deficiency is easily identified, and may require additional magnesium in the form of food or supplements to correct. Once you find the appropriate dosage of magnesium for sleep, all that’s left to do is enjoy a restful night of peace. If you haven’t tried magnesium for sleep yet, it might be the solution you were hoping for. Tonight, we\\\'ll talk with Dr. Carolyn Dean about Can Magnesium Help with Sleep - along with a wide range of other health topics and clinically recommended nutritional assets to support your body. You will love hearing the beneficial interactions with our callers and hosts alike including the body/mind connection, identifying the \\\'conflict\\\\\\\' in the \\\\\\\'conflict basis\\\\\\\' of disease and much more!!
May 4, 2020
Dr. Carolyn Dean LIVE
Some people also have trouble sleeping due to persistent or severe muscle pain and cramps. Again, magnesium deficiency has been proven to cause these conditions. Thankfully, magnesium deficiency is easily identified, and may require additional magnesium in the form of food or supplements to correct. Once you find the appropriate dosage of magnesium for sleep, all that’s left to do is enjoy a restful night of peace. If you haven’t tried magnesium for sleep yet, it might be the solution you were hoping for. Tonight, we\'ll talk with Dr. Carolyn Dean about Can Magnesium Help with Sleep - along with a wide range of other health topics and clinically recommended nutritional assets to support your body. You will love hearing the beneficial interactions with our callers and hosts alike including the body/mind connection, identifying the \'conflict\\\' in the \\\'conflict basis\\\' of disease and much more!!
May 4, 2020
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