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Hosted by Ellen Kamhi, Ph.D., RN, this program focuses on current issues in natural health, such as natural foods, herbs, essential oils and mind-body techniques.
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Food As Medicine

Food As Medicine

2021-05-1128:17

Ellen Kamhi talks with ethno-biologist Marc Williams, who teaches about plants, humans, other life forms and their interface. He has spent over 20 years working at various restaurants, farms, and travels throughout 30 countries in Central/North/South America, Europe and all 50 states in the USA. www.botanyeveryday.com
Ellen Kamhi talks with Morgaine Witriol, an herbalist, and The founder of Native Roots, an Ancestral folk and Herbal Medicine school that was created to Honor the Elders and to hold space for all people who want to Reclaim and Reconnect to their own Ancient Roots. www.nativerootshealing.com
Ellen Kamhi talks with Angus J. Towse, a Horticulturist, Herbalist, Acupuncturist, Massage Therapist and Martial Artist Diplomate of Oriental Medicine and a member of the American Herbalists Guild and American Massage Therapy Association, about Beautiful Bitters: Greens and Herbs for Healthy Lives. www.greenmannaturalhealth.com
Ellen Kamhi talks with Douglas Smythe, host of a radio show called The Big Shave and the YouTube show 'I'd Lather Be Shaving.' His passion for male grooming and traditional shaving became his focal point, and he created Phoenix Shaving. www.idlatherbeshaving.com
Ellen Kamhi talks with Greg MacPherson, a pharmacist and author of “Harnessing the Nine Hallmarks of Aging: to live your healthiest life.” His research has focused on the aging process at the cellular level. This work led him to discover ways to harness the nine identified, scientific hallmarks of aging, which is the premise of his book that addresses the natural aging process, how to age more favorably and simple strategies to slow the aging process and build a functional longevity plan.
Ellen Kamhi talks with Dr. Michael Meguid, a surgeon and medical researcher who spent his early childhood in Egypt, Germany, and then England. He is founder and editor emeritus of Nutrition: The International Journal of Applied and Basic Nutritional Sciences. In his book, ROOTS & BRANCHESS, Dr. Meguid shares his remarkable journey about overcoming early childhood trauma, to become a renowned surgeon and research scientist. www.michaelmeguid.com
Ellen Kamhi talks with Ann Armbrecht, the Director of the Sustainable Herbs Program under the auspices of the American Botanical Council. She is a writer and anthropologist whose work explores the relationships between humans and the earth, most recently through her work with plants and plant medicine. She is the co-producer of the documentary Numen: The Nature of Plants and the author of the award-winning ethnographic memoir Thin Places: A Pilgrimage Home, based on her research in Nepal. Her latest book is The Business of Botanicals: Exploring the Healing Promise of Plant Medicines in a Global Industry. www.annarmbrecht.com
Ellen Kamhi talks with Dr. Aimee Harris-Newon, the Founder of the Center for Integrative and Functional Health & Wellness in Bloomington. Dr. Aimee is a double board certified psychologist and champion of holistic medicine, and good nutrition as a natural way to wellness. www.thecifhw.com
Ellen Kamhi talks with Nadine Artemis, an aromacologist and the creator of Living Libations, an luxury line of organic wild-crafted non-GMO serums, immune enhancing formulas, medicinal blends, and essential oils. Nadine is the author of two books : Renegade Beauty: Reveal and Revive Your Natural Radiance and Holistic Dental Care. www.livinglibations.com
Ellen Kamhi talks with Dr. Kevin Spelman, a molecular biologist, phytochemist, clinician and herbalist who has worked with medicinal plants in the field, in the clinic, and in research models including clinical human trials and preclinical models. Dr. Spelman also publishes the audio science journal, The Spelman Report: PhytoPharmacology Review, highlighting clinically relevant research on natural products. He also runs Health, Education & Research, a consulting company for the natural products and cannabis industry.
Ellen Kamhi talks with Dr. Lynn Lafferty, a licensed pharmacist, Naturopathic Doctor, Diplomate from the American Clinical Board of Nutrition, master herbalist, and chef who is committed to finding the safest and most effective means to promote health and wellness over disease and illness. Her research is focused on natural medicine and supplementation therapy and is currently conducting research on Antibiotic Resistance and Natural Immune Builders, Herbal considerations in the elderly populations, and genomics. www.drlynnlafferty.com
Ellen Kamhi talks with Asa Waldstein, a Certified Clinical Herbalist with 20 years of experience developing and implementing compliant marketing and cGMP manufacturing processes in the dietary supplement and hemp industries. Asa is CEO of the regulatory consulting company Supplement Advisory Group. He is also founder of the Regulatory Education Series platform. www.asawaldstein.com
Ellen Kamhi talks with Susan Miller, author, columnist, entrepreneur, publisher, and pioneer of the Internet. Susan is the respected founder of Astrology Zone, considered an authority in the field of Western astrology. Susan publishes monthly forecasts published on her website and on her app, “Daily Horoscope Astrology Zone + More by Susan Miller." Susan is the author of 12 astrology books, “The Year Ahead” astrology calendars and writes monthly columns for six international fashion magazines.
Ellen Kamhi talks with Dr. Kevin Ng, a leading force in pharmacology, and inventor of ACE inhibitors, who turned his interest to Food as Medicine because foods and medicines have a common origin. Dr. Ng believes in Hippocrates’ teaching, “Let food be thy medicine and let medicine be thy food."
Ellen Kamhi talks with Dr. Matthew Jay Budoff, professor of medicine at David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA and the endowed chair of preventive cardiology at Harbor-UCLA Medical Center, who says one of the most powerful natural antibiotics we have that has the power to fight 14 different infections may be found right in your vegetable drawer. Together, they learn how to use garlic effectively to protect against bacteria and viruses.
Ellen Kamhi talks with Christopher S. Kilham, who has taught yoga, meditation, and natural health since 1971, and founder of Medicine Hunter Inc.. Together they discuss his new book, Lotus Bud, which explains, when wisely and thoughtfully combined, cannabis and yoga offer profound benefits for body, mind, and spirit.
Ellen Kamhi talks with Vidisha Mohad, PhD, a postdoctoral fellow at Harvard Medical School and Massachusetts General Hospital. Her current research focus is to understand the gut epithelial biology and the impact of gut microbiome on gastrointestinal diseases such as IBS, crohns/UC and metabolic disorders.
Ellen Kamhi talks with Cal Orey, a journalist and author of THE HEALING POWERS OF HERBS AND SPICES. We talk about why you should revisit your spice closet, as it holds the secrets to boosting your immune system as well as adding flavors and seasonings to your favorite dishes.
Ellen Kamhi talks with Andrew Cameron Bailey and Connie Baxter Marlow, who are original thinkers, writers, photographers, filmmakers, futurists, climate “solutionaries” and inspirational public speakers. Their explorations into the essence of Reality have led to a unique articulation of the conscious, loving, abundant nature of the Universe.
Integrative Wellness

Integrative Wellness

2020-12-0828:15

Ellen Kamhi talks with Dr. Marina Yuabova, a Family Nurse Practitioner and Associate Professor at the City University of New York. She is also the founder of Integrative Wellness New York, which aims to restore health holistically. She is also the author of "The Thyroid Whisperer."
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