Dr Younger has published studies on CFS, Fibromyalgia and pain. He has some unique insights on CFS and chronic inflammation. His study was the one that showed leptin was like a trigger of fatigue in CFS.
I’m happy to be interviewing Dr. Shoemaker with guest host Dana Howell. Dana’s introduced me to a lot of the CIRS (Chronic Inflammatory Response Syndrome) and mold research. I was really impressed with her story; now she has healed herself from CIRS and helps others to recover.
Dr. Shoemaker is a pioneer in CIRS research, has written several books, and has successfully treated thousands of mold patients.
Note: This interview was conducted about 9 months ago.
We speak a lot about acid and alkaline in this interview. If there’s anyone that can make sense of the alkaline/acid hypothesis, it’s Fowkes.
The quality of the video is bad because of his end and the audio was bad on my end. I’m working on making future interviews will be better on both fronts, but there’s some good nuggets here.
Todd Becker is a biochemical engineer, and works in biotech in Silicon Valley. He has a masters at Stanford and degrees in biochemistry, chemical engineering and philosophy. Read More
Tim Jackson is steeped in alternative health. I interviewed him to get an idea of some of the treatments he uses.
Paul Jaminet is quite smart, thoughtful and balanced. I learned some new ideas from him.
Ben Greenfield is voted number 1 out of the top 100 most influential individuals in health and fitness. He is the writer for Ben greenfield fitness (a site that gets over 250,000 million views a month) and author of NYT best-selling book “Beyond Training,”
Ben also has 11 years of coaching experience-I was interested to hear how he helps his clients.Read More
Dr. Izabella Wentz, Pharm.D., FASCP is the author of “Hashimoto’s Thyroiditis: Lifestyle Interventions for Finding and Treating the Root Cause.”
Izabella spent three years figuring out how to fully reverse her own Hashimoto’s Thyroiditis beyond the limited improvement that traditional medicine provided.
She has some great clinical and personal experience and is also currently experimenting with LLLT to regenerate the thyroid.
There’s a reason I’m big into infrared. You’ll get the idea why after this interview. I love his answer to the last question when I ask him about the future of infrared…He thinks everyone will have multiple devices. LLLT will be used by everyone sooner or later. The only question is, will you be an early adopter?Read More