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What you eat can help your incontinence.
Many bodies store fat in the liver, where it doesn't belong.
Say goodbye to tired, achy feet, once and for all.
How to build strong bones for health as teens age.
Aging doesn’t have to mean feeling achy or tired; here's how.
End the cycle of compulsive eating, we'll show you how.
What does healthy weight loss really mean and how do you accomplish it?
Get the real scoop behind the connection between alcohol and cravings, weight gain, cancer, and the frequently discussed heart health.
99% of contaminants in water have no taste so how do you know what's in yours?
How to navigate life with allergies or sensitivities.
Bowel movements are daily clues to what’s going on the body. What are yours telling you?
What motivates your commitment to your health? Tune in for powerful examples.
Strengthen your immune system with real food.
Keep your bones healthy for years to come.
More people are wanting to eat healthier yet fast food sales are off the charts, how do we break this habit?
Learn what happens when blood sugar is out of whack and how to fix it.
Learn how to manage your skin with nutrition, not harsh chemicals.
Did you know heartburn and acid reflux is caused by a lack of stomach acid, not an excess?
Nutrition suggestions to help children experience their environments with less fear.
Learn how to solve the mystery of what's causing your aching joints.
Understand the important connection between coconut oil, low carb and Alzheimer's and more.
Only 10% of your cancer risk is determined by genetics, what makes up the other 90%? Listen in.
Listen in for tips to keep you healthy and happy while caring for others.
Listen in to learn what steps you can take to get through menopause with ease.
Learn how nutrition can help or hurt autoimmune conditions like M.S. and more.
LDL, HDL, triglycerides, what exactly does it all mean? Listen in as we explain.
Special guest William J. Walsh, PhD shares how to keep your brain healthy year after year.
We have the power to prevent diabetes and to control the associated health complications.