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Hello and welcome, this is [indiscernible] [0:00:15] health series broadcasting from World PUJA Network. I’m delighted and excited to present engaging in depth conversation with my very credible guests who are leaders, researchers, authors in the field of advanced nutrition, biochemistry, emotional intelligence, energy-based medicine and mind-body connection, which focus traits a state of health

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Welcome to Your Own Health and Fitness. I am health integration. It is Layna Berman with Jeffry Fawcett, PhD. We come to you weekly with a critical independent voice on the politics and practice of health. If you are a woman or man benefiting from the use of bioidentical progesterone, you have today's guest Dr. Mack. I am grateful to him for starting me on my path after hearing him lecture UCSF

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JOHN BARKHAUSEN: Today we’re gonna be talking about human health and the physiological implications of some of the chemical processes that happen in the body, namely reduction and oxidation, and some of the other factors. My guest today is Dr. Raymond Peat. He has a PhD in biology and speciality in physiology. Ray, do you want to add anything to that? RAR PEAT: Yah, when I was studying for my

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JOHN BARKHAUSEN: This interview with Dr. Raymond Peat was recorded on January 7, 2012. Welcome to Politics & Science. I'm your host John Barkhausen. And this week, I'm, once again, very pleased to have on my show Dr. Raymond Peat, who has a PhD in biology and also studied extensively in the fields of physiology and endocrinology and, in my opinion, is a very learned science historian. Ray, do you

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JOHN BARKHAUSEN: Welcome to Politics & Science. Politics & Science can be heard weekly on WMRW-LP1 95.1 FM, airing on Wednesdays at 5 PM and Sundays at noon. And in the Bellows Falls area, it can be heard on WOOL-LP Bellows Falls at 101.1 FM, airing from 3 to 4 PM on Sunday’s and from 9 to 10 AM on Monday’s. Politics & Science presents the viewpoints of its participants and does not necessarily

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Sponsor: All right, it is 7 o’clock. We’re getting ready here for pretty exciting show it sounds like of Ask Your Herb Doctor. Let me see. 7 o’clock here at KMUD. You got to tuned into KMUD Garberville 91.1 FM and HD1 KMUE Eureka 88.1 FM and HD1 KLAI Laytonville at 90.3 FM, FM Translator K258BQ, that’s up in Shelter Cove in 99.5 and everyone else you got us on the web, KMUD.org. This part of KMUD

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null | Herb Doctors Iodine Supplement Reactions Hormones And More

ANDREW MURRAY: Welcome to Ask Your Herb Doctor. My name is Andrew Murray. SARAH JOHANNESEN MURRAY: My name is Sarah Johannesen Murray. ANDREW MURRAY: We’re both trained in England and graduated there with a degree in herbal medicine. And clients consult with us regarding their health issues and we recommend personalized advice in nutrition, supplements, herbs, diet, lifestyle. We can be reached

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JOHN BURKHAUSEN: Hello and welcome to Politics & Science. I'm your host, John Burkhausen. Today, we are dipping back into the archives when I had a show back at WGDR in the 1999- 2000 time period. And once again, this is Dr. Raymond Peat and this is a more philosophical show talking about the origins of life, the work of Lamarck, Darwin, Vernadsky up here in the show. So I hope you’ll enjoy it

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Hi everyone. The following show with Dr. Raymond Peat was recorded on January 22, 2012. It's about progesterone and a growing number of shows can be found at the radio4all website, that's radio4all. net and then search for politics and science. JOHN BARKHAUSEN: Welcome to politics and science. I'm your host John Barkhausen and today once again I'm delighted to say that Ray Peat is here to join me

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JOHN BARKHAUSEN: If you have any questions for Politics & Science, you can direct them by email to politicsandscience @madriver.com. That’s politics and science at madriver.com. Politics & Science can be heard weekly on WMRW-LP1 95 .1 FM airing on Monday’s at 5 PM and Sunday’s at noon. And in the Bellows Falls area, it can be heard on WOOL-LP Bellows Falls at 101.1 FM airing from 3 to 4 PM on

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RAY PEAT: I don’t think it ever used progesterone itself in the study in humans. Going back to the 40s when progesterone was just barely becoming available, people were using it to treat cancer in humans, but it was just on an individual basis. And there had been quite a few publications using Medroxyprogesterone, a stuff which is not progesterone, to treat kidney cancer and breast cancer and such

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RAY PEAT: It is in these papers by Cunliffe and Matzinger. CALLER: Okay, great. [inaudible] (0:00:07). And if I could have one follow-up, I’d love to hear, Ray – I am always very interested to hear him talk about the dead universe theory and biological field. So I’ll hang up. If there’s is anything he’d like to go into on that, I would be very interested to hear it. Thank you, Ray, and thank you