Super Human Radio is the world's first broadcast radio show dedicated to fitness, health and anti-aging. An emphasis on exercise, nutrition and hormone management makes this one of the most progressive shows about preventative and regenerative techniques designed to increase longevity.
SHR # 1537 :: Long Term Shift Work Linked to Impaired Brain Power + Memory Loss Associated with Alzheimer's Reversed for First Time :: Guest: Dr. Phil Tucker - Dr. Dale Bredesen :: Shift workers suffer from a variety of diseases including higher rates of cancers, type 2 diabetes and more. Add to that list impaired memory and brain function as Dr. Tucker and colleagues have illuminated. What causes this decrease in brain function and memory is discussed as well as how to reverse it. PLUS No one within the Medical Orthodoxy has shown a way of reversing the memory compromising effects of Alzheimer's Disease. That is till now. Dr. Bredsen has spent the past 25 years studying the disease in hopes of discovering the single molecule or pathway that leads to memory loss so he could reverse it. What he has fond instead is 36 pathways that produce a true form of integrative medicine that reverses the disease by addressing the entire scope of the human condition. His protocol works and just happens to be the way of life we promote here in the Super Human Nation. This is a great interview.
SHR # 1536 :: CASUAL FRIDAY :: Co-host: The Lovely and Talented Alisa Profumo :: Thanksgiving Traditions of America - How to Avoid Ractopamine in Your Turkey - Cranberries Not Just Good For Turkey Dinner - McDonald's is Getting the Message - 7 Tips to Prevent Colds and Flu - Carl's Boycott Call to Starbucks - Want to Feed the World? Stop Wasting Food - Message to Cargill: People Don't Need Palm Oil - Corsets Making a Comeback - Can Real Olive Oil Cut Your Risk of Heart Attack - Is Seal Meat the Veal of the Ocean - 15 Uses for Witch Hazel - Plus More and Listener Comments
SHR # 1535 :: Trans-Evolutionary Fitness Radio: Dr. Squat Makes a House Call + The Effects of Stigma on the Perpetuation of Obesity :: Co-host: Ken O'Neill :: Dr. Fred Hatfield - Dr. Sarah Trainer :: The legendary Dr. Fred Hatfield joins O'Neill and Lanore on this week's episode of TEFR. While his resume boasts of strength achievements the discussion turns to a different type of strength acquisition. One of strength acquired from the journey of life. PLUS Could the negative stigma of being obese actually be contributing to the obesity epidemic. Dr. Trainer discusses the social implications and effects of obesity and what we can do to help change the discussion.
SHR # 1534 :: ''Take Your Pill'': The Role and Fantasy of Pills in Modern Medicine + Can You Trust Your Protein Powder :: Guest: Dr. Drew Leder - Dr. Jeff Golini :: Every 30 seconds some radio or TV ad espouses the notion that your life will be better if you take a particular pharmaceutical drug. Where did this phenomenon come from? Why do people blindly believe that there is magic in pills? Dr. Drew answers these and other questions in his latest research paper. PLUS With big brands like Walmart, CVS and Nature's Bounty now joining the ranks of some smaller unscrupulous companies guilty of spiking their protein powders to meet label claims, the general feeling is "who can you trust?" Dr. Golini talks about this as well as how some supplements in general have all sorts of things in them that are not listed on the label.
SHR # 1533 :: The BluePrint Power Hour + Anorexia and Body Fat Distribution ::Co-host: Rob Regish :: Guest: Dr. Marwan El Ghoch :: Regish answers listener questions about training, nutrition and supplementation. PLUS Over 24 million people in the U.S. are affected by eating disorders. Anorexia Nervosa is a very dangerous one with a very high mortality rate. Dr. El Goch and colleagues attempt to answer some questions about body fat accumulation, lean body mass and metabolic rate changes in individuals who recover from Anorexia Nervosa . Their findings may also help answer questions about how the body responds to weight loss and weight gain in more general terms.
Love this show. From top to bottom, covers all aspects of physical culture. Interesting guests and info.
First heard it driving across the country a few years ago. I'm so glad that the show is growing and continues strong.
Reviewed on 1/5/2010
Great topics on the shows and great guest. I have learned a lot of useful information listening to SHR.
Reviewed on 11/9/2009
Aussie's Love Carl
Carl's show is great for the novice thru to advanced in all areas of health and fitness. Insightfull chats with guests who know what their talking about. Carls experience and knowledge make for an interesting listen every time. GO CARL !!
Reviewed on 4/26/2009
Lame beyond description
And here's why: When you pause during the show, and then unpause, you are auto-skipped ahead to advertisements, completely losing your place in the show! WTF????
Completely lame, will never be back.