BHC Podcast Archive 

Magnesium is a mineral that is crucial to maintaining a normally functioning body. Unfortunately, more than half of the population of the United States is estimated to be magnesium deficient. On this episode of the Blaylock Health Channel, Dr. Russell Blaylock discusses the many health advantages magnesium has to offer us as well as the proper magnesium supplements we can take to fully experience these health benefits.   

Thanks to the recent popularity of the Ice Bucket Challenge, the subject of Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS) has received an enormous amount of media attention. On this week’s episode, Dr. Russell Blaylock talks about the physiological connections between all neurodegenerative diseases and includes steps one can take to treat and prevent the ravaging effects of these diseases.

 Reactive hypoglycemia is a condition that arises in certain people when they consume foods high on the glycemic index causing sudden fluctuations in their blood sugar. These fluctuations can result in many physical and mental disturbances including anxiety and depression. On this week’s podcast, Dr. Russell Blaylock discusses the important role glutamate plays concerning this disorder and what you can do nutritionally to prevent reactive hypoglycemia from disrupting your life. 

Despite the fact that the public is more informed than ever of its dangers, dietary excitotoxins such as the ingredient monosodium glutamate are still widely used as flavor enhancers in many different food products. On this episode, Dr. Russell Blaylock explains the effects of excitotoxins on our bodies and lists the many (often innocuous-sounding) names of excitotoxic ingredients that are prevalently found in our food supply. 

Until recently, the medical community has largely overlooked the topic of gluten sensitivity, namely non-celiac gluten sensitivity. Now, due to a growing number of people that are feeling the negative effects of gluten, this disorder is becoming increasingly more difficult to ignore. On this week’s episode, Dr. Blaylock discusses the neurological effects of gluten sensitivity and goes over different strategies you can take to protect your brain. 

Sulfites are commonly used as a preservative in several different types of food products, beverages and medications. Unfortunately, many people have an adverse reaction when exposed to this additive. On this week’s episode, Dr. Blaylock goes over the negative effects of sulfites and discusses ways to reduce the toxicity of this compound. 

Whether it be alcoholism, drug addiction or gambling, problems with addiction can be found throughout the world and it is an unfortunate aspect of the human condition. On this episode, Dr. Russell Blaylock shows that no matter what the addiction may be the biological mechanisms behind these various conditions are essentially the same. Using this knowledge, Dr. Blaylock shows us how through diet, supplementation and exercise we  can control any one of these destructive impulses. 

Ep. 14 Understanding Depression - 5/10/14

Recent scientific studies have discovered evidence linking depression and inflammation. On this week’s episode, Dr. Russell Blaylock explains how a person’s mood can be negatively influenced by the presence of inflammation in the body as well as dietary changes one can make to reduce this inflammation.

The presence of iron in the body is essential to our health, however in excess iron can become our worst enemy. On this week’s episode, Dr. Blaylock goes over the positive and negative effects of iron on the human body and gives some helpful tips on how to reduce excessive iron levels naturally.

Vitamin C is well known for being beneficial to our health, but few of us know the full extent of these benefits. On this week’s podcast, Dr. Blaylock will help us understand the many less publicized health advantages this essential nutrient has to offer.

On this week’s episode, Dr. Russell Blaylock discusses how both patients and their physicians are being mislead by bad medical information that has been excepted and perpetuated by orthodox medicine. By mainly using information regarding breast cancer and mammograms as an example, Dr. Blaylock describes how profiteers have manipulated certain medical statistics in order to produce a desired outcome.

Cancer is the second most common cause of death in the United States, responsible for around 1 of every 4 deaths. On this latest episode, Dr. Russell Blaylock shows us that, despite these gloomy figures, there have been major scientific breakthroughs in the advancement of cancer treatment. Dr. Blaylock explains how by acknowledging the close connection between cancer and inflammation, researchers have been able to developed a whole new approach to fighting cancer.

Heart disease is currently the number one killer of men in the United States. On this week’s episode, Dr. Russell Blaylock discusses how the increase of omega-6 fats in our diet, namely in the form of vegetable oil, has been a major contributor to this epidemic. Though it has been sold to us for the last century as a “heart healthy" alternative to animal fats, Dr. Blaylock goes over the latest scientific research that debunk the myths surrounding vegetable oil and have proven that the amount of omega-6 fats in the American diet and the way in which it is being consumed is in fact having detrimental effects on our cardiovascular health.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome is a complex disorder with symptoms that can significantly effect a person’s life. These symptoms include severe mental and physical exhaustion that can not be corrected with rest. On this weeks show, Dr. Russell Blaylock describes the mechanisms behind CFS and shows the connection between CFS and vaccinations. Dr. Blaylock also discusses natural approaches one could take to treat this debilitating disorder.

On this episode of the Blaylock Health Channel, Dr. Blaylock will discuss some of the latest findings concerning screening for breast cancer and the call by pathologists to reclassify many previously classified breast "cancers" as non-malignant. He will also briefly discuss chemotherapy and the advantages of natural treatment.

Aluminum, the third most common element on earth, plays no essential role in biological functions and is always considering a contaminate. Despite this fact, Aluminum has been found to be extremely prevalent in our food and water supply. On this week’s podcast, Dr. Russell Blaylock goes over the sources of this environmental toxin as well as different approaches you can take to detoxify your body.

On this episode, Dr. Russell Blaylock discusses his views on the heavily debated issue of vaccines and vaccination. In detail, Dr. Blaylock describes how vaccines can prove to be detrimental to your health and why, despite the existing evidence, no real changes are being made to protect the general public from these harmful complications.

The second part of his two part discussion on heavy metal toxicity, Dr. Russell Blaylock focuses on the dangers of cadmium exposure including where it can be found in our environment, what effect it has on our health and what steps we can take to protect ourselves from its adverse effects.

The first part of a two part discussion, Dr. Russell Blaylock describes the dangers of heavy metal toxicity. This week Dr. Blaylock focuses on the hidden dangers of mercury exposure and includes information on ways to test for and deal with mercury buildup in the body.

On this week's episode, Dr. Russell Blaylock focuses on atherosclerosis, a disease in which the arteries become  hardened and narrowed due to build up of plaque around the artery wall.  Dr. Blaylock discusses the mechanisms behind this dangerous disease, common misconceptions about the role of cholesterol and natural supplements you can take to protect yourself from this condition.

In light of Japan’s 2011 Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant disaster and the multiple repercussions that continue to be felt three years later, Dr. Blaylock discusses different ways through supplementation one can fight the effects of radiation including the mutiple types of cancer that can result from radiation exposure. 

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