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Natural Medicine Journal's interviews with thought-leaders in the field of natural and integrative medicine dig deep into the most important topics in the field. Whether it's a one-on-one with top researchers in integrative medicine or a conversation with a practitioner about treating hard-to-tackle conditions, each episode promises to provide trusted, cutting-edge, evidence-based knowledge about natural medicine that you won't find anywhere else.
 
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Sponsored by DaVinci Laboratories Millennials are now the nation’s largest living adult generation, surpassing Baby Boomers in 2019. In the world of integrative medicine, this presents a significant opportunity to help a lot of patients achieve better health and protect themselves from common chronic illnesses. In this interview, Tina Kaczor, ND, F…
 
A conversation with Parkinson’s expert Laurie K. Mischley, ND, PhD, MPH According to the Parkinson’s Foundation, about 60,000 Americans are diagnosed with Parkinson’s Disease each year, and more than 10 million people are living with it worldwide. In this interview, Karolyn A. Gazella talks with Laurie K. Mischley, ND, PhD, MPH, about early diagnos…
 
Karolyn A. Gazella, founder of the Natural Medicine Journal and host of the NMJ Podcast, joins Lise Alschuler, ND, FABNO, editor, Abstracts & Commentary, of the Natural Medicine Journal, for a discussion about the journal’s mission, vision, and commitment to supporting the naturopathic and integrative healthcare communities. About the Experts Lise …
 
Chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS) is a poorly understood condition that affects up to 2.5 million Americans. Since the Covid-19 pandemic has left untold numbers of people with postviral symptoms that resemble CFS, interest in understanding the condition has been renewed. In a recent NMJ Podcast interview Natural Medicine Journal editor-in-chief Tina K…
 
A conversation with naturopathic oncologist and colon cancer expert Tina Kaczor, ND, FABNO On October 9, 2022, the New England Journal of Medicine published a study that questioned the benefits of colonoscopy, which was then picked up by many national media outlets. In this interview, Natural Medicine Journal Editor-in-Chief Tina Kaczor, ND, FABNO,…
 
Sponsored by EuroMedica The World Health Organization estimates that the Covid-19 pandemic has increased the prevalence of anxiety and depression by 25% worldwide. Fortunately, these 2 conditions respond well to an integrative approach. In this interview, Karolyn A. Gazella talks with naturopathic physician Lexi Loch, ND, who has a clinical practic…
 
After a recent report was published in JAMA, media outlets sounded the alarm that melatonin is unsafe. In this interview, Karolyn A. Gazella talks with long-time integrative health clinician Ronald Hoffman, MD, about melatonin. In addition to addressing these various reports, Hoffman answers questions about melatonin use in children, high-dose mela…
 
In this interview, leading integrative health expert Russell Jaffe, MD, PhD, CCN, describes the key factors that control bone health and how to address those factors in clinical practice. Inspired by consistent clinical success achieved at the Center for Better Bones, Jaffe explains how diet, lifestyle, and dietary supplements can epigenetically in…
 
In August JAMA published an analysis of select products for immune system support and found significant quality issues. In this interview, Dr. Lise Alschuler, a naturopathic oncologist and Associate Program Director of the Fellowship in Integrative Medicine at the University of Arizona discusses the analysis and provides some strategies on how to a…
 
Sponsored by Quicksilver Scientific When we think of bioidentical hormone replacement therapy, we think of a compounding pharmacy. However, Christopher Shade, PhD, proposes a new strategy to help practitioners help their female patients with perimenopausal and menopausal issues. Shade has developed a nonprescription protocol that can specifically a…
 
New research from Stanford University has made the connection between chemo brain and covid brain. In this interview, Karolyn talks with Tina Kaczor, ND, FABNO, about the similarities and what this means to people suffering from long covid brain issues. In addition to being a naturopathic oncologist who addresses chemo brain in clinical practice, K…
 
Many healthcare professionals may not be aware that there is some compelling research showing that self-affirmations can help enhance problem-solving, stress management, and even overall wellness. In this interview, host Karolyn Gazella talks with Janine Dutcher, PhD, who specializes in this type of research and directs the Health & Human Performan…
 
H. pylori infection can be dangerous. In this interview, research microbiologist Kiran Krishnan provides details about how H. pylori can harm health, how conventional treatment addresses this issue, and how integrative practitioners can take a more natural, safer approach. Krishnan, who specializes in the microbiome and probiotics, will also discus…
 
Compassion fatigue is a form of burnout that has been receiving some attention lately. In this interview Dr. Mari A. Ricker will describe both physician burnout and compassion fatigue and help listeners identify each. Dr. Ricker, who is the Director of Integrative Medicine in Residency at the Andrew Weil Center for Integrative Medicine, will also p…
 
In 2021, prolonged grief disorder was added to volume 5 of the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM). This interview explores how prolonged grief disorder is distinguished and described in the DSM, as well as why it was added. Mental health expert and naturopathic physician Peter Bongiorno, ND, LAc, will also describe some str…
 
Sponsored by DaVinci Laboratories The health and appearance of a patient’s skin can be a direct reflection of their health status. In addition, many patients are very interested in maintaining or regaining youthful, healthy-looking skin. Collagen peptides and other natural ingredients can help enhance a patient’s skin health routine. In this interv…
 
Emerging research is demonstrating a link between Covid-19 and cardiovascular disease. In this interview, Karolyn talks with Dr. Daniel Chong who is a naturopathic physician who specializes in heart health. In addition to describing the association between Covid-19 and cardiovascular disease, Dr. Chong also provides advice on how to address heart h…
 
Integrative oncology has made great strides over the past decade, but does it help to increase 5-year survival odds? In this interview, NMJ founder Karolyn A. Gazella talks with integrative oncology researcher, patient advocate, and breast cancer survivor Terri Crudup. Crudup was a part of the research team that recently published a study on the ef…
 
Sponsored by ChromaDex. Mitochondrial dysfunction is linked to accelerated aging and illness. That’s why supporting and enhancing mitochondrial function is a key clinical goal for many patients. In this interview integrative health expert Chris Meletis, ND, describes the research and clinical use of nicotinamide riboside to increase nicotinamide ad…
 
Sponsored by EpiCor®. Research regarding the clinical applications of postbiotics is growing rapidly. In this interview, Karolyn Gazella talks with registered dietitian and nutritionist Keri Gans, MS, RDN, CDN, about postbiotics and how they can successfully be used in clinical practice to address a broad range of health issues. Gans is the author …
 
Addressing food sensitivities in clinical practice has become increasingly important. But what’s the best way to do that? The first step is optimal testing and identification. In this interview chiropractic physician, nutritionist, and functional medicine practitioner Anthony Crifase, DC, CNS, DACBN, discusses the nuances associated with the identi…
 
Preventing and reversing age-related brain dysfunction has become a key clinical goal for many practitioners and their patients. In this interview, integrative health expert Tina Kaczor, ND, FABNO, explains some of the key mechanisms associated with the development of age-related brain dysfunction and dementia. She also describes specific nutrients…
 
Clinician distress and physician burnout is at an all-time high, but what can be done about it? A team at Weill Cornell Medicine is making an effort to create an effective, reproducible solution. In this interview, Karolyn Gazella talks with lead author Klaus Kjaer, MD, about the model they implemented in 2019 and the outcomes of their project usin…
 
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), 1 in 3 Americans have prediabetes and more than 84% don’t even know they have it. That's one reason that addressing prediabetes in clinical practice is absolutely critical. In this interview, Robert Graham, MD, FACP, who is board-certified in both internal and integrative medicine, …
 
The aging of our bodies begins within our cells. Antiaging advocates contend that this process can be slowed down, but how well has this been proven? Kara Fitzgerald, ND, IFMCP, and colleagues published a peer-reviewed paper documenting antiaging epigenetic effects using a naturopathic protocol. In this interview, Fitzgerald discusses how epigeneti…
 
While some patients recover quickly after their Covid-19 diagnosis, others do not. A baffling mix of diverse symptoms can linger long after diagnosis causing significant qualify of life issues in these patients. We are also unsure of the long-term health effects of this syndrome. In this interview, Michelle Harkins, MD, researcher and professor at …
 
Expanding a medical practice is both exciting and challenging. In this interview, Dugald Seely, ND, FABNO, describes why and how he expanded his highly specialized oncology clinic to create The Center for Health Innovation in Ottawa, Canada. There are many aspects to consider when expanding a clinical focus and it’s always helpful to learn those va…
 
Stool testing can be a valuable tool that clinicians can use in their practice. Chiropractic physician, nutritionist, and functional medicine practitioner Anthony Crifase, DC, CNS, DACBN, provides an overview about stool testing and shares his clinical insight on how he uses this tool in his practice. Listeners will learn about the different types …
 
Upward of 30% of people diagnosed with Covid-19 will develop the postacute syndrome referred to as long Covid. In this interview, listeners will find out more information about long Covid and also discover how homeopathy may be able to help these patients. Jennifer Jacobs, MD, MPH, from the University of Washington, and Elizabeth Rice, ND, from the…
 
In this interview, our editor-in-chief, Tina Kaczor, ND, FABNO, speaks with Aminah Keats, ND, FABNO, about breast cancer disparities in African American women. Keats is a practicing naturopathic physician at Capital Integrative Health in Bethesda, Maryland, and is also vice president on the board of directors for the Oncology Association of Naturop…
 
In this interview, integrative medical expert Holly Lucille, ND, RN, describes why it’s important to look at cancer stem cell activity when creating an integrative cancer treatment plan. She discusses scientific literature that looks at whether natural interventions can help stop cancer formation and growth and inhibit cancer stem cell activity. Ab…
 
L-theanine is a powerful amino acid that has several important clinical applications. In this interview, Derek Timm, PhD, and Michael Lelah, PhD, discuss the latest research and clinical uses of a special form of L-theanine. They also cover contraindications, dosage, and other clinical information.
 
Keeping the immune system strong is a key goal for both patients and practitioners. In this interview, we talk to Danielle Citrolo, PharmD, about some targeted ingredients that have been shown to improve immunity. Citrolo specifically details the science behind 3 innovative ingredients—glutathione, LC-Plasma, and L-glutamine—and how the research sh…
 
In this interview, professor Thomas Chavez, PhD, explains the philosophy, rituals, and culture of Curanderismo. Chavez, who teaches at the University of New Mexico, shines a light on this important traditional medicine that originates from Mexico and the southwestern United States. He also discusses the upcoming keynote he will be delivering at the…
 
Research has uncovered many benefits of fasting. In this episode, 2 medical experts describe the different types of fasting, the physiology of fasting, the research associated with a special type of fast, and the clinical applications of the fasting mimicking diet. Listeners will learn how to enhance the efficacy and sustainability of their fasting…
 
There is a big difference between biological aging and chronological aging. In this interview, Christopher Shade, PhD, discusses the scientific underpinnings of aging and describes the construct he uses to address this issue in clinical practice. Shade shares the scientific system he created to help reduce the factors that expedite aging. Shade is …
 
Low treatment adherence negatively impacts patient outcomes and limits the effective treatment of chronic conditions in clinical practice. In this interview, Alex Keller, ND, describes the key findings of a recent paper he coauthored with his colleagues. He also describes key strategies that integrative practitioners can use to help improve treatme…
 
A randomized clinical trial in the April 16, 2021, issue of JAMA found that loving-kindness meditation helped veterans with posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) reduce symptoms of PTSD and depression.1 In this interview, Nancy Gahles, DC, CCH, RSHom(NA), OIM, explains why and how loving-kindness meditation, and meditation in general, can help with …
 
The gut microbiota has a tremendous impact on immunity. In a recent interview, Editor-in-Chief Tina Kaczor, ND, FABNO, had the opportunity to talk with immunologist and Natural Medicine Journal Editorial Board Member Heather Zwickey, PhD, about environmental factors that affect the gut microbiota. They discussed pesticides, herbicides, and petroleu…
 
An integrative approach can help enhance the immune response against viruses and provide additional protection. In this interview, Russell Jaffe, MD, PhD, who is a respected researcher, pathologist, immunologist, and biochemist, gives clinicians advice on how to strengthen the body’s viral immune response. He discusses immune system assessment, tar…
 
The use of the antiparasitic medication Ivermectin to reduce the risk of Covid-19 is controversial, but some integrative medical doctors still use it. In this interview, immunologist and integrative health expert Heather Zwickey, PhD, tackles the topic of the off-label use of Ivermectin. She also discusses vaccine shedding, variants, and herd immun…
 
The functional food category has grown considerably over the past few years. In this interview, research microbiologist Kiran Krishnan describes how clinicians can utilize targeted functional foods in clinical practice. As a leading probiotic researcher, Krishnan focuses much of his attention on how functional foods can positively influence gut hea…
 
What role can spirituality play in healing? On this episode of the podcast, spirituality scholar Frederic Craigie, PhD, gives practitioners advice on how they can successfully meet the spiritual needs of their patients. He also talks about ways clinicians can become more spiritually grounded in their work. Craigie is a respected psychologist, autho…
 
As George Schatz, MD, helps create the Covid Clinic at Banner - University Medical Center and wraps up his Covid-19 long hauler research grant from the National Institutes of Health, he takes time out of his busy schedule to talk about this complex issue with NMJ publisher Karolyn Gazella. Schatz describes an integrative and functional medicine app…
 
CoQ10 is a commonly used nutrient in clinical practice. In this interview, Barrie Tan, PhD, describes research showing how this important nutrient has been improved. He also talks about CoQ10's synergy with other nutrients and how to effectively use CoQ10 in clinical practice. His research is laser-focused on lipid-soluble nutrients. Tan is a leadi…
 
There is a lot going on with vaccines right now and it can sometimes be difficult to stay abreast of the most current information. In this interview, immunologist and Natural Medicine Journal Editorial Board Member Heather Zwickey, PhD, answers questions about antibody dependence enhancement, vaccines and mammograms, how the Johnson & Jonson vaccin…
 
There is a growing awareness of the interconnection between sleep, stress, and mood. Often, all 3 need to be addressed in clinical practice. In this interview, pioneering integrative health researcher, pathologist, immunologist, and biochemist Russell Jaffe, MD, PhD, shares his physiology-first approach to tackling all 3 of these common clinical is…
 
Leanna Standish, ND, PhD, LAc, FABNO, discusses the clinical use of mind-altering drugs for addressing central nervous system conditions of all kinds in this interview with Editor-in-Chief Tina Kazcor, ND, FABNO. For more than 20 years, Standish has been advocating for a legal, standardized source of ayahuasca to study its effects properly in clini…
 
As the Covid-19 pandemic continues unabated, more and more people are dealing with loss and grief. Compassionately caring for the grieving person and their care partners has nuances that all healthcare practitioners should consider. On this episode, assistant research professor Heather Coats, PhD, APRN-BC, provides insights that can help clinicians…
 
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