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Why are we less healthy today? According to a 2015 Gallup poll, 53 percent of Americans work out at least a half an hour a day, which is the highest it’s ever been. The fitness industry is a leading industry amounting to $81.2 billion annually. Almost 45 percent of Americans claim they have gone organic, with that number as high as 53 percent in ages 18-29.

Although Americans are trying very hard to be better and more healthy versions of themselves, why is our health worsening and healthcare costs skyrocketing? There has to be some sort of greater answer to this question. Modern medicine has eradicated diseases like tuberculosis and polio, but even with better cures, other disease states are becoming more prevalent.

The Take Back Your Health NOW! Show seeks to find the answers to health’s biggest questions and find the Holy Grail of health.

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100: The Secret Life of Fat | Dr. Sylvia Tara

100: The Secret Life of Fat | Dr. Sylvia Tara

Sylvia Tara holds a Ph.D. in biochemistry from The University of California, San Diego and an MBA from the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania. She was a healthcare management consultant with McKinsey & Company, and has worked for the world’s largest...

99: Telomeres – Finding the Fountain of Youth | Dr. Bill Andrews

99: Telomeres – Finding the Fountain of Youth | Dr. Bill Andrews

Dr. Bill Andrews is the President and CEO of Sierra Sciences. As a scientist, athlete and executive, he continually pushes the envelope and challenges convention. He has been featured in Popular Science, The Today Show and numerous documentaries on the topic of life...

98: What is Lyme Disease and How Do We Treat it? | Dr Jay Nielson

98: What is Lyme Disease and How Do We Treat it? | Dr Jay Nielson

Jay W. Nielsen, M.D. has thirty-eight years experience as a family physician with special emphasis on Pain Management, Patient Education, Research, Urgent Care and Emergencies in medicine.Dr. Nielsen’s interest in Pain Management started in 1981 when he found himself...

96: Breaking Down the Mystery of Our Anatomy | Dr. Christine Eckel

96: Breaking Down the Mystery of Our Anatomy | Dr. Christine Eckel

CHRISTINE MARIE ECKEL, Ph.D., is The Anatomy Professor. She is an author, educator, photographer, and artist. In 2015, Dr. Eckel presented a TEDx talk about the value of human body donors in health sciences education. She is currently working on a book entitled,...

95: The Plant Paradox and Achieving Optimal Health | Dr Steven Gundry

95: The Plant Paradox and Achieving Optimal Health | Dr Steven Gundry

Dr. Gundry is the Director of The International Heart and Lung Institute in Palm Springs, California, and the Founder/Director of The Center for Restorative Medicine in Palm Springs and Santa Barbara. But he is destined to be known by everyday people outside his field...

94: Treating the Cause Rather than Just the Symptom | Dr Todd Nelson

94: Treating the Cause Rather than Just the Symptom | Dr Todd Nelson

Dr Todd Nelson, D.Sc., Naturopath. He and his team have had the privilege of providing thousands of  individuals and families the very best holistic health care programs for the past 35 years. His approach is truly holistic, integrating all the essential ingredients...

93: Can a Vegan Diet Solve Diabetes? | Dr Neal Barnard

93: Can a Vegan Diet Solve Diabetes? | Dr Neal Barnard

Dr. Neal Barnard, is an adjunct associate professor of medicine at the George Washington University School of Medicine and Health Sciences in Washington, D.C., president of the Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine, and founder of Barnard Medical Center.Dr....

92: A Solution to America’s Drug Problem | Dr. Bernard Fialkoff

92: A Solution to America’s Drug Problem | Dr. Bernard Fialkoff

Dr. Bernard Fialkoff graduated with a DDS Degree at the State University of New York at Stony Brook in 1980. Dr Fialkoff received his Periodontal and Dental Implant post-graduate board eligibility at the combined Memphis Veterans Administration Hospital and University...

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