39 minutes | Apr 19, 2019
Natural Approaches and Treatments for Arthritis
<Watch on Youtube.com> Dr. Madrid discusses Natural Approaches and treatment of Arthritis pain and inflammation, He discusses both osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis. He also discusses the side effects of pharmaceutical medications (NSAIDs, Opiates, Biologics) which are usually prescribed for arthritis and the more natural safer alternatives which may be beneficial. He discusses: -Diet's role in arthritis -Lifestyle Changes -Supplements -Exercise Turmeric Boswellia Fish Oil GLA Ginger Glucosamine-Chondroitin Listen to Heal Thyself Podcasts (Available on Apple and Android Platforms) https://anchor.fm/ericmadridmd Read Dr. Madrid's Arthritis Article on iherb.com Also read . his article about Turmeric and Boswellia on iherb.com
81 minutes | Mar 22, 2019
History of Fasting and the Ketogenic Diet and It's effect on Weight loss, Blood Pressure, Cholesterol, Aging and Diabetes
In a lecture at Rancho Springs Medical Center, Murrieta, California, Dr. Eric Madrid discusses intermittent Fasting (IF) and the Ketogenic Diet and its beneficial effects in the treatment of diabetes, high cholesterol and more. Dr. Madrid discusses common health myths such as one must eat 3 meals per day and breakfast is the most important meal of the day. Dr. Madrid shares the history of fasting, intermittent fasting and how incorporating fasting into one’s life can have significant benefits. He explains the 12:12 plan, 16:8 plan, 18: 6 and 23:1 plans. He also explains how he now will vary his eating schedule from day to day. He will eat using a 12:12, 18:6, 23:1, 16:8, etc. Dr. Madrid also discusses the ketogenic diet and its ability to help reduce weight and ultimately blood sugar and cholesterol levels. Recommended Books: The Obesity Code by Dr. Jason Fung Keto-tarian by Dr. Will Cole Recommended website for keto recipes: www.ketoconnect.net Follow Dr. Madrid on Social Media: Facebook.com/ericmadridmd Instagram @ericmadridmd Twitter @ericmadridmd Search "Eric Madrid" on Youtube References: Woolf, Eric C., Nelofer Syed, and Adrienne C. Scheck. “Tumor Metabolism, the Ketogenic Diet and Β-Hydroxybutyrate: Novel Approaches to Adjuvant Brain Tumor Therapy.” Frontiers in Molecular Neuroscience 9 (2016): 122. PMC. Web. 25 Jan. 2017 Cheng C-W, Adams GB, Perin L, et al. Prolonged Fasting reduces IGF-1/PKA to promote hematopoietic stem cell-based regeneration and reverse immunosuppression. Cell stem cell. 2014;14(6):810-823. doi:10.1016/j.stem.2014.04.014. Fasting increases longevity in Laboratory rats https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0047637400001093 Cancer and Neurological Diseaese Eur J Clin Invest. 2016 Mar;46(3):285-98. Increased lifespan in mice- Cell Metab. 2017 Sep 5;26(3):539-546.e5. doi: 10.1016/j.cmet.2017.08.005. Migraines and Keto Neurol Sci. 2017 May;38(Suppl 1):111-115. Pediatric use of Keto diet Pediatr Ann. 2016 Dec 1;45(12):e446-e450. Autism Improves withKeto Metab Brain Dis. 2017 Dec;32(6):1935-1941
5 minutes | Mar 13, 2019
9 Keto Friendly Fruits
Watch on youtube 9 Fruits you CAN eat on the KETO Diet Avocados- 2 net carbs (15 total carbs) Here are over 50 recipes that include avocados. https://www.bonappetit.com/recipes/slideshow/40-avocado-recipes-so-you-can-eat-as-much-avocado-as-possible Tomatoes- 2.5 grams of net carbs per serving. Raspberries- 5 grams of net carbs per serving (15 total carbs) Strawberries - 6 net carbs per serving Blackberries - 6 net carbs per serving (14 total carbs) Clementines - 7.5 net carbs (8.5 Total Carbs) Starfruit- 5.5 net carbs (9 Total Carbs) Blueberries - 9 net carbs per 1/2 cup Plums- 7 net carbs per plum plus! Lemon- not included in video but also kept friendly. Dr. Madrid on social media Heal Thyself Podcast: anchor.fm/ericmadridmd Instagram: @ericmadridmd Twitter @ericmadridmd Facebook @ericmadridmd DISCLAIMER: The material I cover in this video is for informational purposes only and not intended to be medical advice for your unique situation. Consult with your own personal physician if you have questions. Never stop taking medications without first consulting with your physician.
7 minutes | Mar 3, 2019
Intermittent Fasting (IF) Made Simple
Watch this Podcast on YouTube Dr. Madrid explains intermittent fasting and the different approaches one can take to optimize health and weight loss. 12:12 - Fast for 12 hours, eat meals within 12 hours 16:8 -Fast for 16 hours, eat meals within 8 hours 18:6- Fast for 18 hours, eat meals within 6 hours 20:4 - Fast for 20 hours, eat meals within 4 hours 23:1 . - OMAD or One Meal A Day. Fast for 23 hours, eat meal within 1 hour window. Dr. Madrid on social media Heal Thyself Podcast: https://anchor.fm/ericmadridmd Instagram: @ericmadridmd (DM me with before KETO/IF and after KETO/IF photos if you would like me to share) Twitter @ericmadridmd Facebook @ericmadridmd DISCLAIMER: The material I cover in this video is for informational purposes only and not intended to be medical advice for your unique situation. Consult with your own personal physician if you have questions. Never stop taking medications without first consulting with your physician.
30 minutes | Mar 1, 2019
My Keto /Intermittent Fasting Journey & how I lost 30 pounds in 90 days without exercising
Watch the video on YouTube.com Eric Madrid MD shares his story of how he lost 30 pounds in 90 days without exercising and then went on to lose another 30 pounds while gaining at least 10 to 15 pounds of muscle. He did this by doing Intermittent Fasting (IF) and a Ketogenic diet. Over the last 15 years, he has tried any other diets but this one finally did it! Dr. Madrid is a Board Certified Family Physician who also practices medicine using an integrative approach. He helps empower patients to ultimately heal themselves. Heal Thyself Podcast: https://anchor.fm/ericmadridmd Instagram: @ericmadridmd Twitter @ericmadridmd Facebook @ericmadridmd DISCLAIMER: The material I cover in this video is for informational purposes only and not intended to be medical advice for your unique situation. Consult with your own personal physician if you have questions. Never stop taking medications without first consulting with your physician.
11 minutes | Feb 26, 2019
MUST Listen if you take acid reducers!
Watch on Youtube.com Welcome to today's episode of Heal Thyself Radio, this is Dr. Eric Madrid. Today we are going to talk about acid reducers and how they may rob your body of essential vitamins and minerals. DISCLAIMER: The material I cover in this video is for informational purposes only and not intended to be medical advice for your unique situation. Consult with your own personal physician if you have questions. As you know, prescription medications and many over-the-counter drugs, that is those medicines which can be purchased without a prescription, can play an important role in symptom management and treatment of chronic health conditions. However, they are not without potential side effects. While the U.S. population accounts for only 4.3 percent of the world’s 7.5 billion people, Americans consume 25 percent of the world’s pharmaceutical drugs. No bueno! This does not mean we are the healthiest! Far from it. Despite the high use of pharmaceutical prescription drugs, citizens of the United States rank 31st in the world with an average lifespan of 79.3 years according to Wikipedia. Costa Rica is #30 and Cuba #32. Japan is at the top of the list, with a lifespan of 83.7 years, while Japanese women live for an average of almost 87 years. Minimizing one’s need for both prescription and non-prescription drugs and choosing better nutrition and a healthier lifestyle should be the goal for all people who want to improve health. Depending on your current health status, acid reducers may be absolutely needed. However, lifestyle changes, diet modification and routine exercise may improve one's acid reflux and overall digestive issues. Lets talk about Acid Reducers- A poor diet is the main reason many develop acid reflux symptoms. Acid reflux is also referred to by some as GERD (gastro-esophageal reflux disease) or heartburn. Both refer to the same condition. Sometimes, a person may have a hiatl hernia, which results in acid reflux, no matter how clean their diet is. Again, this can be very troubling if present. If you have persistent acid reflux, consulting with a gastroenterologists should be done. Ask your family doctor for a referral. The sale of acid-reducing medications has become a billion dollar market industry worldwide. In 2013, prescription acid reducers generated over 10 billion U.S. dollars in sales. Unfortunately, these medications give people “permission” to eat foods they should not eat. These medications frequently block the symptoms which would otherwise notify a person to avoid this food or that food. The FDA originally approved these medications to treat stomach ulcers and symptoms of occasional acid reflux. However, they are supposed to be given for only 4 to 8 weeks. This is all the time it takes to heal a bleeding stomach ulcer, in most cases. Despite this, Many take acid reducers for many months, years and possibly even decades, unnecessarily. Let me be honest, There is sometimes a good reason to take the medications. Those with precancerous changes in the esophagus, a condition called Barrett’s esophagus, should take the medication as long as advised by the specialist. Also, there is a rare condition called Zollinger-Ellison where excess acid is secreted. When present, long term acid reducers are advised. In these situation, the benefits outweigh the risk in these situations. However, I assume in time, even those with Barretts will be told otherwise. There are Two Main Classes of Acid Reducers First, there are Histamine (H2) b
3 minutes | Feb 23, 2019
Can birth control pills deplete nutrients?
Can birth control pills deplete nutrients? The answer is yes. Watch this podcast on YouTube.com Birth control pills are made of synthetic hormones, were first approved in 1960 as a means of preventing pregnancy. When used appropriately, they are 99.7 percent effective. Worldwide, over 100 million women take them. These pills can deplete B vitamins and magnesium, so if they are prescribed to you, consider taking a daily prenatal vitamin at a minimum. Most women on birth control pills will also need to supplement with magnesium, especially if muscle cramps, headaches, and heart palpitations occur. Nutrients depleted by birth control pills include the following: Calcium Magnesium Vitamin C Zinc Folic Acid Vitamin B2 Vitamin B6 Vitamin B12 Vitamin D Ideally, a well balanced diet rich in colorful fruits and vegetables can help one get most of these nutrients. Vitamin B12 and Vitamin D may need to be taken separately. If you choose to Supplement, here are the doses to consider: -Calcium 500 mg daily (one needs adequate vitamin D to ensure absorption of calcium) -Magnesium chelate -125 mg to 500 mg daily - B-Complex multivitamin - Vitamin C-500 mg daily minimum - Zinc-10 mg to 25 mg (also present in a quality multivitamin) - Vitamin D-2,000 IU to 5,000 IU daily Lastly, If you have any concerns about whether your medication is affecting your nutritional status, consult with your physician. Remember, this information is not routinely taught to us physicians in Medical School. Also, realize that there are other side effects to birth control pills. These increase high blood pressure, blood clots to name a few. Sources: Drug Muggers: Which Medications Are Robbing Your Body of Essential Nutrients--and Natural Ways to Restore Them by Suzy Cohen. DISCLAIMER: The information in this video is for informational purposes only. Consult with your own personal physician before stopping any medications. Find me on instagram and twitter @ericmadridmd
5 minutes | Feb 21, 2019
Do Blood Pressure Medications rob vitamins and minerals from your body?
In this podcast, we discuss a common blood pressure medication class and it's affect on your vitamin and mineral levels. Watch on youtube The blood pressure class to which I refer are Diuretic Medications. A diuretic is a type of medications that helps one eliminate excess sodium and ultimately water, from their kidneys. Diuretics are frequently used as first-line therapy for the treatment of high blood pressure. These medications do a great job for most in lowering blood pressure values. I frequently prescribe them to patients when diet and lifestyle changes are not enough to lower their blood pressure. It is important if you are on this type of medication, do not stop taking it. High blood pressure is also a dangerous condition which can increase your risk for a heart attack, stroke and kidney disease. Diuretic blood pressure medications include: -Hydrochlorothiazide -Triamterene-hydrochlorothiazide (Dyazide, Maxzide) -Chlorthalidone -Spironolactone (aldactone) and sometimes furosemide also known as lasix. Fortunately, these medications do a great job for most and lower blood pressure to safe levels. However, regular use can result in low blood levels of sodium, potassium and magnesium. In addition, they may caused dehydration in some if water intake is inadequate. Other Nutrients depleted , in addition to sodium, potassium and magnesium include: Calcium (Ca) Vitamin C Vitamin B1 (Thiamine) Vitamin B6 (Pyridoxine) Zinc Low levels of sodium can cause weakness, fatigue, dizziness and sometimes even mental confusion. Low levels of potassium and magnesium can cause muscle cramps and in some cases, irregular heartbeats, which may or may not cause symptoms. Consider asking your health care provider if alternative blood pressure medications can be considered. However, do not stop taking your medication unless advised to do so by your physician. Some studies show Co-enzyme Q10 and Hawthorne Berry supplementation may help lower blood pressure. Magnesium may also be helpful. Low levels of vitamin C can result in easy bruising while low levels of zinc can weaken the immune system, lead to skin rashes, and result in chronic diarrhea. If you are are taking a diuretic, try to get these nutrients from your diet, which is the preferred method. A diet high in fruits and leafy green vegetables may be helpful. Also, the following supplements may be considered, especially if you are unable to get adequate amounts through diet. Calcium 500 mg daily (one needs adequate vitamin D to ensure absorption of calcium) Magnesium chelate-125 mg to 500 mg Potassium (also present in a quality multivitamin) Vitamin C- 500 mg daily minimum B-complex as directed on the label Zinc-10 mg to 25 mg (also present in quality multivitamins) Also, follow me on instagram and twitter @ericmadridmd DISCLAIMER- the information in this video if for informational purposes only. I am not providing you with medical advice. Consult with your own personal physician before making any changes to your medications. Sources: Supplement Your Prescription Copyright 2007 by Hyla Class, MD Drug Muggers by Suzy Cohen, RPh. Copyright 2
53 minutes | Feb 15, 2019
Interview with David Tomen, founder of NootropicsExpert.com
Dr. Madrid and Nootropics expert, David Tomen (Founder of NootropicsExpert.com) discuss the history of Nootropics and how they have been useful for Dave and his journey in seeking optimal energy and maximal brain health. Watch the interview on Youtube Nootropic is a term used to describe so-called “smart supplements” that can improve cognitive function and overall brain function. According to a 2016 study in Evidence-Based Complementary and Alternative Medicine, nootropics can improve memory, alertness, creativity, and attention. Contact: David Tomen Website: https://nootropicsexpert.com Subscribe to Nootropics Expert YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC9OJ... ————————————— Dr. Madrid on Social Media Instagram @ericmadridmd Twitter @ericmadridmd
5 minutes | Feb 10, 2019
Does Metformin cause a Vitamin B12 Deficiency? MUST LISTEN IF DIABETIC!
Watch this video on youtube.com If you or a family member have diabetes, chances are metformin is being taken, or at least has been taken in the past. This medication is metformin, also known by the brand names Glucophage, Glumetza, Fortamet, Riomet, and Glucophage XR. The brand names may vary depending on where in the world you live. If you or a family member is on this drug, you will want to make sure you are aware of this common vitamin deficiencies it can cause. Although metformin does a good job lowering blood sugar, by making your insulin more efficient, it may cause various nutrient deficiencies, including a Vitamin B12 deficiency. Ironically, vitamin B12 deficiency is associated with numbness and tingling in the lower legs, feet and toes. This is something doctors call peripheral neuropathy or diabetic neuropathy in those with diabetes. Low vitamin B12 levels can also affect the memory so optimizing blood levels is important. However, it is important to realize that diabetes and elevated blood sugar readings can also cause neuropathy symptoms, so don't assume your neuropathy is 100 % due to vitamin B12 deficiency. It is possible that both diabetes and the b12 deficiency are contributing to neuropathy symptoms. Likewise, diabetes can also affect memory and appears to be a risk factor for Alzheimer's disease. If you are on metformin, ask your physician to measure your blood Vitamin B12 level at least once per year. Most laboratories report vitamin B12 levels between 200 pg/mL and 1100 pg/ml being in the normal range. Many integrative medicine doctors and even many neurologists recommend blood levels of 500 pg/mL or more to optimize nerve and brain health. Vitamin B12 deficiency can also be tested by measuring one's homocysteine level or one's methylmalonic acid level. Both will be elevated when vitamin B12 is suboptimal. Although sometimes, the vitamin B12 blood test itself may be in a normal range. Other Nutrients depleted by metformin include Vitamin B6 and Co-enzyme Q10 Both of these are important for brain, heart and nerve health. Vitamin B6 and C0Q10 also can be measured doing a blood test. However, depending on one's insurance, the costs may not be covered so one may consider simply taking the supplements without doing a lab test. The recommend dosing for these Supplements are as follows: Vitamin B12 (500 mcg to 1,000 mcg daily ) Vitamin B6 (25 mg to 100 mg daily) Co-enzyme Q10 (50 mg minimum) These nutrients may be present in a quality multivitamin but chances are, not at the doses advised so a separate supplement may need to be taken. DISCLAIMER: If you have diabetes, do not stop taking your medication. The information in this video is for informational purposes only. Consult with your own personal physician before stopping any medications. Follow Dr. Madrid on instagram and twitter @ericmadridmd References: Supplement Your Prescription Copyright 2007 by Hyla Class, MD Drug Muggers by Suzy Cohen, RPh. Copyright 2011, Rodale Publishing.
9 minutes | Feb 2, 2019
Signs and Symptoms of Low Magnesium (You have at least one)
Dr. Madrid discusses 9 signs and symptoms of a magnesium deficiency and which common medications may be the cause. Doctors estimate up to 4 in 5 people have low magnesium levels. You can also watch the video version of this on www.youtube.com These symptoms include: -Eyelid twitches -Leg cramps -Heart Palpitations -Menstrual Cramps -Overactive Bladder -Constipation -Tension Headaches -Migraine Headaches -Esophageal Spasms (?Chest pain) Many supplement with magnesium chelate (ie magnesium citrate, mag malate, mag fumarate, etc.) at a dose ranging from 125 to 400 mg per day. Magnesium oxide is not usually advised most of the time due to it's overall low absorption. Although, magnesium oxide is helpful for many with constipation. Dr. Madrid on Social Media: Instagram: @ericmadridmd Facebook.com/ericmadridmd Twitter: @ericmadridmd Dr. Madrid on Youtube.com Disclaimer: The information discussed is for informational purposes only and is not specific medical advice. Consult with your physician before making any changes to your healthcare regimen or before stopping any medications.
47 minutes | Jan 25, 2019
Interview with Author Jimmy Moore, Keto and Intermittent Fasting Expert
Interview with Author Jimmy Moore He is author or co-author of the following books: Keto Clarity Cholesterol Clarity The Keto Cure The Complete Guide to Fasting Real Food Keto Livin La Vida Lo Carb 21 Life Lessons Jimmy Moore catapulted onto the health scene in 2004 after a phenomenal 180-pound weight loss success enabled him to come off of prescription drugs for high cholesterol, high blood pressure, and respiratory problems. He is the energetic personality behind the über-popular Livin’ La Vida Low-Carb blog and host of one of the top-ranked iTunes health podcasts, The Livin’ La Vida Low-Carb Show. He has interviewed well over 700 of the world’s top health experts and dedicated his life to helping people get the best information possible so they can make the right decisions about their health. He lives with his wife, Christine, in Spartanburg, South Carolina, where they can often be found playing Frisbee golf in their front yard. Learn more about Jimmy and his work at: http://www.livinlavidalowcarb.com. Jimmy on Instagram: @Livinlowcarbman Jimmy Moore on YouTube Dr. Madrid on Social Media: Instagram: @ericmadridmd Facebook.com/ericmadridmd Twitter: @ericmadridmd Youtube.com/ericmadridmd Background Music during the introduction is from https://www.joshwoodward.com Disclaimer: The information discussed is for informational purposes only and is not specific medical advice. Consult with your physician before making any changes to your healthcare regimen or before stopping any medications.
52 minutes | Jan 22, 2019
Interview with Brendan Waddington, Australian Naturopath
Interview with Brendan Waddington Brendan is author of The Wellness Bible- A No Bullshit Guide to Health and Wellness Brendan Waddington is a health science degree qualified naturopath, soft tissue therapist, yoga instructor and personal trainer who only concerns himself with evidence-based natural therapies. His health and fitness journey began long ago, competing at a national level in martial arts at the age of eleven, then later ring fighting as a boxer and kickboxer until an injury led him to begin formal studies in health and fitness in his early twenties. Brendan has worked in some of Australia's most prestigious gyms and high-profile health clinics. He has also traveled abroad as an international fitness director, public speaker and now works as a health and wellness advisor for one of the largest energy companies in the world. Contact Brendan https://www.facebook.com/nobullshitwellness/ Instagram: @NoBullshitWellness http://nobullshitwellness.com/ Dr. Madrid Social Media: Instagram: @ericmadridmd Facebook.com/ericmadridmd Twitter: @ericmadridmd Youtube.com/ericmadridmd DISCLAIMER: This podcast is not intended to provide a diagnosis, treatment or medical advice. Opinions by Dr. Madrid and guests are for INFORMATIONAL purposes only. Please consult with your physician regarding your situation as each person is unique.
17 minutes | Jan 12, 2019
Embrace Failure, It is Necessary for Success
Embrace Failure “Doubt Kills More Dreams than Failure Ever will” Dr. Madrid discusses how many people are living their lives fearful of failure. Dr. Madrid explains the importance of failure and how without failure once will never succeed. The most successful people all have stories of failure. However, doubt and fear of failure keep millions from achieving their dreams. Failure is not negative! Failure is excellent! NBA Game Winning Shots: Michael Jordan has 19 game winning shots, he is second to Kobe Bryants 25. Kobe Bryant actually has more MISSED game winning shots than Michael Jordan. In either case, both players are amongst the greatest because they were willing to fail in front of millions. Major League Baseball Home Run Leaders: Barry Bonds holds the Major League Baseball home run record with 762 but is Number 23 with on the list of strike outs. Hank Aaron is currently second with 755. I misspoke in the podcast, he is not in the top 100 in strikeouts! However, the lesson does not change. Reggie Jackson actually has more strikeouts than any other MLB player, despite this, he was inducted into the Hall of Fame in 1993. Dr. Madrid on Social Media: Instagram @ericmadridmd Twitter @ericmadridmd Facebook.com/EricMadridMD www.EricMadridMD.com
8 minutes | Dec 23, 2018
DO NOT Make a New Year's Resolution!
Do you normally make a New Year's Resolution? Dr. Madrid explains why you should not do this and what you should do instead! This podcast is a MUST LISTEN TO for anyone who wants to improve their life! Website/Social Media: www.EricMadridMD.com Instagram: @ericmadridmd Twitter: @ericmadridmd Facebook.com/EricMadridMD YouTube.com/EricMadridMD
51 minutes | Dec 16, 2018
Interview with Mushroom Expert, Jeff Chilton
Dr. Madrid interviews Jeff Chilton, mushroom expert and “Fun guy”. They discuss the health benefits of specific mushrooms and how they can help enrich your life, lower blood pressure and reduce inflammation. In 1983, after 10 years of commercial mushroom growing experience, Jeff co-authored and published the classic, bestselling book on small-scale mushroom cultivation, The Mushroom Cultivator. That same year he moved his family to British Columbia to start a mushroom spawn laboratory and small speciality mushroom growing facility. By 1989, after much research, it became clear that many of the specialty mushrooms had medicinal properties and this was the wave of the future. In 1989 Jeff made his first trip to China to attend the International Society for Mushroom Science’s (ISMS) conference in Nanjing and he discovered the depth of mushroom knowledge and production capacity that China offered. The relationships Jeff built over the next 10 years laid the foundation that made Nammex (www.nammex.com) a leader in the new category of medicinal mushrooms. This same year, 1989, Nammex was founded. His products can also be purchased retail at www.realmushrooms.com Website/Social Media: www.EricMadridMD.com Instagram: @ericmadridmd Twitter: @ericmadridmd Facebook.com/EricMadridMD YouTube.com/EricMadridMD
36 minutes | Dec 7, 2018
Dr. Talha Memon Interview, Sleep Apnea, Symptoms and Treatment
Dr. Talha Memon received his Bachelor’s degree in Biology at New York Institute of Technology. He completed his Family Medicine Residency at University of California, Riverside where he was awarded Intern of the Year. He completed his specialty training in Sleep Medicine at University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, which is one of the most prestigious programs in the nation. He is board certified with the American Academy of Family Physicians for Family Practice and Sleep Medicine. Dr. Memon enjoys Academic Medicine. He has won numerous Research Awards, including first prize in California Academy of Family Medicine, 2nd prize at Michigan Academy of Sleep Medicine and Researcher of the Year Award at UCR. He specializes in seeing adult and children patients with Sleep Disordered Breathing (Sleep Apnea), Restless legs syndrome, Insomnia, Parasomnia and Hypersomnolence. Follow Dr . Memon on Twitter.com/SoCalSleepDoc Website/Social Media: www.EricMadridMD.com Instagram: @ericmadridmd Twitter: @ericmadridmd Facebook.com/EricMadridMD YouTube.com/EricMadridMD DISCLAIMER: This podcast is not intended to provide a diagnosis, treatment or medical advice. Opinions by Dr. Madrid and guests are for INFORMATIONAL purposes only. Please consult with your physician regarding your situation as each person is unique.
18 minutes | Dec 5, 2018
Health Benefits of Cranberries (not what you think!)
Dr. Madrid discusses the numerous health benefits of cranberries, a seasonal favorite. Cranberries are rich in antioxidants and help protect the body from many conditions such as: -Urinary infections -High blood pressure and cholesterol -High blood sugar in diabetes -Anticancer properties -Digestive benefits One cup or 220 grams of chopped cranberries contains: 50 calories 13.2 grams of carbohydrates (4.7 grams of sugar) 4 g of fiber (25 mg per day of fiber is advised) 10 milligrams (mg) of calcium 7 mg of magnesium 12 mg of phosphorus 88 mg of potassium 15 mg of vitamin C 70 IU of vitamin A 5.50 mcg of vitamin K Cranberries also contain thiamine, riboflavin, niacin, and vitamin B6. In addition, they are a great source of vitamin E. Based on article: https://iherb.co/Ly9Rifag Follow Dr. Madrid: Instagram: @ericmadridmd Twitter: @ericmadridmd DISCLAIMER: This podcast is not intended to provide a diagnosis, treatment or medical advice. Opinions by Dr. Madrid are for INFORMATIONAL purposes only. Please consult with your physician regarding your situation as each person is unique.
6 minutes | Dec 1, 2018
Control your emotions, it can be the difference between life and death!
Controlling one’s emotions can be difficult at times. As the saying goes, 10% of life is what happens to you while 90% of life is how you react. We can choose the 90%. Many people spend their life blaming others for their problems. If you blame someone else for your problems, you are in essence giving them the power and expecting them to fix your problems. You are now a powerless. Take responsibility for your life, take the “power to fix” back, make smart but frequently hard choices and you’ll see your life will improve. We each have one life to live, create the life you want. Don’t expect somebody else to create your life for you. Two artist can both paint a beautiful portrait together, but one artist should not expect the other to do it ALL. Follow me: IG: @ericmadridmd Twitter: @ericmadridmd DISCLAIMER: This podcast is not intended to provide a diagnosis, treatment or medical advice. Opinions by Dr. Madrid are for INFORMATIONAL purposes only. Please consult with your physician regarding your situation as each person is unique.
19 minutes | Nov 19, 2018
Add these Superfoods to your diet
Introduction to the Top 12 Superfoods, a class of foods rich in vitamins, minerals and phytonutrients. These foods should be consumed in one’s diet daily. Listen and learn about the health benefits of each of the superfoods listed below. 02:42 Wheatgrass 04:11 Goji berries 06:36 Cinnamon 07:36 Acai berries 08:51 Maqui berry 11:31 Bee Propolis 14:06 Spirulina 15:36 Almonds 16:51 Turmeric 16:26 Celery 16:54 Brazil Nuts 17:16 Chocolate (Dark Chocolate) Eric Madrid MD IG: @ericmadridmd Twitter: @ericmadridmd Based on my article found on iherb: https://www.iherb.com/blog/the-top-16-superfoods-to-incorporate-into-your-diet/321 DISCLAIMER: This podcast is not intended to provide a diagnosis, treatment or medical advice. Opinions by Dr. Madrid are for INFORMATIONAL purposes only. Please consult with your physician regarding your situation as each person is unique.